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ECPR/EURA Summer School 2018

ECPR/EURA Summer School 2018

We’re happy to be able to maintain the collaboration between ECPR (LOGOPOL), EURA, and the LocRef COST research community, and present this year’s Summer School, organized with the Central European University. The 2018 edition – “Collaborative local government for an open society” – will be held in Budapest (from 9th to 14th July 2018), and is one of the long-lasting series of summer courses for Ph.D. students interested in local government issues. It gives an opportunity to develop the understanding…

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Call for Panels (with Papers) and individual Papers for the 2016 ECPR General Conference

Call for Panels (with Papers) and individual Papers for the 2016 ECPR General Conference

The 10th ECPR General Conference will be held from 7 -10 September 2016, at Charles University, Prague; the oldest institution of higher learning in Central Europe. The Standing Group on Local Government and Politics is organising the Section Local Democracy and Local Self-Government: Coping with Challenges in Times of Change, and you can now submit your proposals for full Panels (which should include 3-5 Papers), and individual Papers. Further details can be found on the website. Panels (including 3-5 Papers)…

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Call for Panels and Papers for the General Conference

Call for Panels and Papers for the General Conference

The ECPR’s General Conference is its largest event, often bringing together some 2,500 political scientists from throughout the world. The 2015 Conference is taking place at Université de Montréal – the ECPR’s first ever event to be held outside of Europe. The list of Sections has been finalised; and the call is open for Full Panels and individual Papers. Since this is a combined stage, individuals are able to propose to a Section, either a Panel including 4 – 5…

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Could you shape the future of the ECPR? 

Could you shape the future of the ECPR? 

For the last 44 years the ECPR has been instrumental in shaping the development of the political science discipline. With a portfolio of major international events, highly ranked publications, prestigious prizes and an institutional membership that is growing year on year, the ECPR remains at the cutting edge of political science and is the association for all involved in its study. By the end of March 2015, the term of office will expire for five Executive Committee members who were…

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CfP: 4th ECPG conference – deadline extended

CfP: 4th ECPG conference – deadline extended

11-13 June 2015, University of Uppsala 11 Sections will be organised, details of which can be found here: http://www.ecpg.eu/list-of-sections.html Panel and Paper proposals for these Sections are now being accepted. Click here to propose a Panel (which should include a minimum of 3 Papers) Click here to propose a Paper The deadline for all proposals is 1 November. Participants will be notified of their acceptance in early December. Please note – all proposers (including Panel Chairs, Co-Chairs, Discussants, Paper presenters and authors) must have a MyECPR account….

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CfP: 4th ECPG conference (European Conference on Politics and Gender)

CfP: 4th ECPG conference (European Conference on Politics and Gender)

11-13 June 2015, University of Uppsala 11 Sections will be organised, details of which can be found here. Panel and Paper proposals for these Sections are now being accepted. Click here to propose a Panel (which should include a minimum of 3 Papers) Click here to propose a Paper The deadline for all proposals is 15 October. Participants will be notified of their acceptance in early December. Please note – all proposers (including Panel Chairs, Co-Chairs, Discussants, Paper presenters and…

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ECPR Research Sessions 2015: Proposals now being accepted

ECPR Research Sessions 2015: Proposals now being accepted

Radboud University Nijmegen 30 June – 3 July 2015 The Research Sessions offers established collaborative groups the opportunity to step away from their hectic work schedules and focus on commencing, or completing, their research in an environment suitable for concentrated discussion. Click here for further information.