What do parliaments know? Advancing the study of science, knowledge and parliaments
Keynote speech by Dr. Marc Geddes at the Tag der Parlamentsforschung (Day of Research on Parliaments), organized by the parliamentary administration Austria, Vienna
How Many Parliamentary Roles and Who Gets to Play What? A Latent Class Analysis of Backbench Activity and Fictitious Prediction of Role Incumbency in the UK House of Commons, 2001-2019
Presentation of the research project by Dr. Stephen Holden Bates (University of Birmingham) at the IParl Research colloquium, Berlin
On the Outskirts of Parliament: the Delegation for Women’s Rights
Online-Seminar and discussion of Dr C. Bloquets PhD, organized by the AK Politikwissenschaft Bamberg
Hostile or Consensual? A Comparative Study of Personal Attacks and Positive Self-Reference in Exchanges between the Conservatives and the SNP in the Prime Minister’s Questions and First Minister’s Questions
Presentation of the research project by Sebastian Ludwicki-Ziegler (University of Stirling) at the IParl Research colloquium, Berlin.
So close but still too far away from power? A longitudinal analysis of women in top positions in the European Parliament (1994- 2019)
Presentation of PhD Project by Sophie Kopsch (Université de Namur) at the IParl Research colloquium, Berlin
Parliamentarism and Federalism in Germany
Presentation by Dr. Franziska Carstensen as part of the visiting programme of a students delegation of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation Lebanon at the IParl.
Coalition formation in Germany
Presentation by Oliver Kannenberg as part of the visiting programme of a delegation of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation from Bangkok at the IParl.
The German Party System and the Party System of North Rhine-Westphalia
Presentation by Dr. Franziska Carstensen and Kevin W. Settles as part of the visiting programme of a delegation of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation from Bangkok at the IParl.
The changing functions of parliamentary committees: locating and evaluating ‘evidence’ by select committees in the UK House of Commons
Presentation of results of a research project by Dr Marc Geddes (University of Edinburgh) at the IParl Research colloquium, Berlin
There is no such thing as “one crisis”. How Parliaments in the Western Balkans are dealing with (and creating) several crises at once
Paper presentation by Oliver Kannenberg at the "Parliaments in Crises – Crises in Parliaments" workshop, Taipei, Taiwan