Congrès de l'ASSP

Working Group: Federalism & Territorial Politics

Multilevel Party Organisations: Examining the Role of Political Parties in
Federal and Decentralised Political Systems

University of Zürich


Room: K02-F-175

Thursday, 31st January 2013, 13:30-16:00

Panel 1

13:30

Chris Deschouwer, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Keynote speech


14:15
Beata Kosowska-Gąstoł, Institute of Political Studies and International Relations, Poland
European political parties as multi-level structures (Discussant: Régis Dandoy)


14:45
Régis Dandoy, Universität Zürich
Party manifesto strategies in multi-level settings (Discussant: Klaus Detterbeck)

15:15
Klaus Detterbeck, Universität Magdeburg
Party organizations in multi-layered environments (Discussant: Beata Kosowska-Gąstoł)



Friday, 1st February 2013, 09:30-12:30

Panel 2

9:30
Tànja Verge Mestre, University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Elodie Fabre, Queen’s University Belfast
The party politics of territorial reform: a comparison of Spain and Britain (Discussant: David S. Moon and Øivind Bratberg)


10:00
Alex Wilson, University of Aberdeen
Presidentialisation of regional politics in Italy and Spain (Discussant: Wilfried Swenden)


10:30
Coffee break

11:00
Elias Anwen, Aberystwyth University
Autonomist parties as strategic actors: Evidence from Scotland and Wales (Discussant: Alex Wilson)


11:30
David S. Moon, University of Liverpool, Øivind Bratberg, University of Oslo
Why the Celts said yes, but the Northerners no: The effective role of (multi-level) parties in consolidating multi-level governance (Discussants: Tànja Verge Mestre, Eloide Fabre)


12:30
Lunch break

Friday, 1st February 2013, 14:00-16:00

Panel 3

12:00
Wilfried Swenden, University of Edinburgh
Multi-level governance and party adaptation: explaining the painful transition of the Indian National Congress Party (Discussant: Anwen Elias)


14:30
Oscar Mazzoleni, Université Lausanne, Philippe Koch, Universität Zürich, Sean Mueller, University of Kent
Career-paths in Swiss multilevel parties (Discussant: Lucas González)


15:00
Kris Deschouwer, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Concluding remarks and open discussion 

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