Presented papers - ADC 2016
The 2016 Annual Doctoral Conference features seven thematic panels. In each panel three to four PhD candidates present and discuss their papers with an invited faculty discussant.
In the list below you can find the paper proposals for each presentation. To access the abstracts, please click on the title of the papers.
PANEL #01 - COMPARATIVE POLITICS
- BOSANCIANU, Manuel: Party Ideological Shifts and Declining. Participation in Postwar Advanced Industrial Democracies
- ZAVECZ, Gergo: Effects of political disagreements on satisfaction with democracy in a cross-national setting
PANEL #02 - POLITICAL ECONOMY
- HERNANDEZ SANCHEZ Alfredo: The logic forgiveness: sovereign debt restructuring and democracy
- ULCELUSE Magdalene: Varieties of capitalism, variation in immigrant self-employment rates
- IZSAK Daniel: Varieties of Regionalisation: The Impact of Regional Vehicle-type Approval and Emission Standards in the Car Industry in the EU and NAFTA
- ROCH, Stefan: A lot has changed; everything remains the same: The myopia of World Bank capacity development and the case of administrative reform in Moldova
PANEL #03 - PUBLIC POLICY / Higher Education
- CRACIUN, Daniela: Topic Modelling: A Novel Methodology for the Systematic Study of Higher Education Internationalization Policy
- TOROTCOI, Simona: The Bologna Process: A Sui Generis Phenomenon?
Panel #4 - Political Theory
- LI, Mang Kong: Can workplace democracy be justified by deliberative democracy?
- ZALA, Miklos: The Parallel between Religious/Cultural and Disability Accommodation
- IVANKOVIC, Viktor: The Deliberative Ideal and Choice Architecture
PANEL #05 - Middle-East
- WOLFE, Leah: Constructive Resistance as a Pathway to Social Change? Concrete Conditions Enabling an Abstract Idea
- NICUTAR, Andreea: Our memories are like shrapnel.” On the loneliness of war’s storytellers
- KARACA, Asli: Visibility and Autonomy in Women’s Islamic Movements in Egypt and Turkey
- GUNESCH Johannes: Probing the contingency of ‘universal’ rights: International Development Coop-eration and the Egyptian uprising
PANEL #06 - INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
- PEAK, Thomas: Arguing for a Universal Humanitarian Jus ad Bellum Through 'Comparative Global Intellectual History': Exploring the Limits of an Emerging Field
- KOLARIC, Tamara: The memory is in the nuance – film, collective memory and banality
- SHANMUGASUNDARAM, Sasikumar: Deontic Scorekeepers and Norm Instituted Social Practices in World Politics: A Conceptual Elaboration
- RAANAN, Oded: Troops in Protest: Reconsidering Political Agency in Civil-Military Relations Literature
PANEL #07 - Formal Representation
- BECKER, Bastian: Economic Inequality & Distributive Conflict: The polarizing effect of unequal opportunities on redistributive preferences
- MOLDER, Martin: Measuring the perceptual structure of political space on the basis of direct pairwise assessments of similarity
- OANA Ioana-Elena: Income Inequality and Policy Responsiveness Perception - A Genetic Matching Approach