Tabled papers - ADC 2016
PhD candidates whose papers were not selected for presentation at one of the panels, or who are unable to attend the Annual Doctoral Conference have the option to "table" their papers instead of presenting. Tabled papers are circulated to conference participants and supervisors, and are available for reading at the venue of the conference.
Below you can find the list of tabled papers at ADC 2016. Click on the titles to access the abstract of each paper. Full papers will be available upon request, to registered participants and audience of the conference. To request access to a specific paper, please contact email@example.com.
- Seraphine MAERZ: What Are the Driving Forces of E-Government in Autocracies? Comparing Competitive and Non-Competitive Authoritarian Regimes
- Bálint MIKOLA: Online Primaries and Intra-party Democracy: Candidate Selection Processes in Podemos and the Five Star Movement
- Elena Cristina MITREA: Qualitative Insights on the Transmission of Ideology
- Milos RESIMIC: Party-business networks and privatization in post-authoritarian context: The case of the Serbian privatization after Milošević
- Medet TIULEGENOV: Gender and access to power: Central Asian post-soviet discourses and institutions in comparative perspectives
- Renira Corinne ANGELES: Is it trade unions or left partisanship that moderate top executive compensation?
- Anna BURGER: Extreme working hours in Western Europe and North America: Diverging convergences since the 1970s
- Sergiu DELCEA: Pro-Urban Welfare in an Agricultural Country? Economic Nationalism and the Origins of the Welfare State in Interwar Romania
- Husseyin Emrah KARAOGUZ: Flexible innovation legislation, absence of evidence-based policy-making, and their influence on innovation policy design in Turkey
- Ardi PRIKS: Baltic States and the 2013 European Common Agricultural Policy Reform: Intergovernmental Decision-making in Theory and Practice
- Jelena BELIC: Towards a Transitional Theory of Justice
- Kin-wai LEUNG: A de jure Libertarian State without Consent Theory
- Alexander AKBIK: The Appearance of War – War as a (dys-)functional System
- Erna BURAI: The politics of (talking) protection
- Markos KOUNALAKIS: The Death Penalty and International Extradition: The Problem of United States Policy and Process
- Margaryta RYMARENKO: Interaction matters: how the EU approach to Russia shapes the outcomes of cooperation in the ‘common neighborhood’
- Aron TABOR: From Exception to Order: The Formation of American Exceptionalism in the 1950s
- Adina MARICUT: EU politicization beyond the Euro crisis: Immigration crises and the politicization of free movement of people
- Vija PAKALKAITE: Using EU Directives as Changed Opportunity Structures to Implement Energy Reforms
- Agatha SIWALE: Analysing Institutional Change in the Resource Curse Context
- Lisa WEWERKA: Who influences the scope of demonstrative equality thinking of administrative agencies in the field of anti-discrimination?
- Caitlin WYNDHAM: Same, same but different? Political outcomes and changing political opportunities in non-democracies.