Previous Events

Now, you're just somebody that I used to know – Parliamentary party switching in multi-level Germany 

Paper presentation by Oliver Kannenberg as part of the NoPSA 2024 XX Nordic Political Science Congress, Bergen (Norwegen).


Members of the German Bundesrat: Do they represent? 

Keynote Speech by Prof. Dr. Franziska Carstensen within the panel "Bicameralism and Subnational Level of Representation" at the 3rd Global Conference on Parliamentary Studies, Charles University, Prague.

From Pixels to Policies - a Cross-Country Exploration of Digital Engagement and Political Action 

Paper presentation by Kevin W. Settles as part of the IAPSS World Conference, Athens


Das Rollenverständnis kommunaler Mandatsträger:innen (RKOM) 

presentation of the teaching research project of the Master's programme "Public Administration" at the University of Kassel by Dr Nadin Fromm (University of Kassel) and Kevin Settles (IParl)

Members of the German Bundesrat: Do they represent? 

Presentation of the paper "Members of the German Bundesrat: Do they represent?" by Dr. Franziska Carstensen and Dr. Calixte Bloquet as part of a workshop of the DVPW (German Political Science Association) thematic group Federalism, Berlin.


Zerreißprobe für die Demokratie oder Repräsentation neu gedacht? Rollenwandel und Rollenkonflikte von Abgeordneten in Zeiten von Wandel- und Transformationsprozessen 

Presentation of the dissertation project by Lukas Heubeck (Universität Wien) at the IParl Research colloquium, Berlin


The Comparison and Evaluation of Parliamentary Control in Times of Crisis. Reflections on the Examples of the German Bundestag and the French Assemblée nationale at the Beginning of the Covid-19 Pandemic 

Paper presentation by Anastasia Pyschny at the Franco-German conference "The international comparison as method and object", Straßbourg/Fribourg.


Age Representation in Parliaments on the Party Level: Introducing a New Dataset 

Presentation of the research project by Kira Renée Kurz (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg) at the IParl Research colloquium, Berlin


European Representation in EU National Parliaments 

Presentation of the dissertation by Dr. Lucy Kinski (Salzburg Centre of European Union Studies) at the IParl Research colloquium, Berlin


Economic and Political Inequality: Does Wealth affect the Process Preferences of MPs and Citizens? 

Presentation of a research project by Dr Lars Vogel (Universität Leipzig) at the IParl Research colloquium, Berlin