Benjamin Höhne analyzes in the section "Aussenansicht" of the Süddeutsche Zeitung the membership development of political parties in Germany. Among other things he proposes some interessenting proposals regarding the intra-party potential for reforms. The article is available online on sz.de.
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Populism unalteredly raises questions in Politics and Society. On this subject the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung hosted a congress in Bitterfeld-Wolfen. Dr. Benjamin Höhne conducted a workshop on the interrelations between social media and populism.
On 25th April 2018 20 students of the Martin Luther University as well as research assistants of the IParl attended an excursion to Magdeburg, organized by Benjamin Höhne. The main objective was to obtain additional insights into the political landscape of a state capital.
Dr. Benjamin Höhne and Daniel Hellmann from the IParl presented on the 17th April 2018 in Kiel current results of the research project on candidate selection for the German Parliamentary Elections of 2017.
The ninth Graduate Conference on Party Research in Düsseldorf took place from 2nd to 3rd February 2018. It gives interested doctoral candidates in Party Research an international platform for their research.