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PADEMIA is a Europe-wide network of 56 academic institutions from 31 countries to promote research and teaching in reaction to growing European demands to study parliamentary democracy in Europe. PADEMIA seeks to enhance discussion among students, junior and senior researchers, also in exchange with stakeholders, on how to deal with the new challenges that parliaments and citizens across Europe are facing today. PADEMIA is financially supported by the European Union Lifelong Learning Programme and the EACEA.

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RESEARCH NEWS
  • 14
    Jun
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    Introducing the PADEMIA Research Note Series   PADEMIA encourages its members to share their research within and beyond the network. As part of this dissemination strategy, we are excited to introduce the PADEMIA Research Note Series – a collection of short pieces that highlight research results or summarise policy advice for both academic and non-academic […] Read More ⇒

  • 02
    Jun
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    Congratulations to the PADEMIA award winners! During the third PADEMIA conference on 19-20 May we awarded prizes in three different categories.   Teaching Awards: 1st: Michael Kaeding, University of Duisburg/Essen for the seminar “NRW debattiert Europa” 2nd: Pierpaolo Settembri, Costanza Hermanin, College of Europe, Bruges for the seminar: 3rd: Wim van Meurs, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen […] Read More ⇒

  • 18
    May
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    There are still some places available for PADEMIA members for the PADEMIA and LUISS summer school in Rome, taking place on 11-15 July. The application deadline is 22 may.   Find more information here… Read More ⇒

  • 27
    Mar
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    The LUISS Centre for Parliamentary Studies, in cooperation with PADEMIA, presents the 5th edition of the Summer School on “Parliamentary Democracy in Europe”. The Summer school takes place from monday 11 July until Friday 15 July, 2016 and looks at the legislative initiative and agenda-setting in the European Union.   More information can be found […] Read More ⇒

  • 17
    Mar
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    The fourth paper on parliamentary democracy is now available to download on the website. Building on the notion of a ‘Multilevel Parliamentary Field’ and the findings that it has provoked, Ben Crum illustrates in this paper the distinctive way in which democratic representation operates in the EU and sketches some of the key challenges this […] Read More ⇒

  • 07
    Mar
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    The March 2016 newsletter is available here… Be among the first to receive the newsletter through email by joining the mailinglist on the bottom of the website, or follow PADEMIA on twitter using #PADEMIA. Read More ⇒

  • 27
    Feb
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    The PhD Summer School “Parliamentary accountability: Assessing the link between citizens and elites in national and supranational politics”, is now open for applications. The PhD School invites young scholars working on research questions relating to national and European parliaments to present a research paper and get feedback from peers and leading academics in the field of […] Read More ⇒

  • 22
    Feb
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    The call for applications for our PADEMIA Awards 2016 are now open! We award prizes in three different categories:   1)      The PADEMIA Award for Outstanding Research on Parliamentary Democracy in Europe 2016 2)      The PADEMIA Award for Outstanding Teaching on Parliamentary Democracy in Europe 2016 3)      The PADEMIA Student Paper Prize 2016   Award winners will receive 900€, […] Read More ⇒

  • 15
    Feb
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    The call for papers for this year’s PADEMIA annual conference is now available on the website. The conference takes place on 19-20 May 2016. This year, we organize four different panels:   1) The influence of parliaments over public policies 2) Explaining issue variation: which EU matters are scrutinized by national parliaments? 3) Referendums and […] Read More ⇒

  • 23
    Jan
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    PADEMIA now has an official twitter feed to provide updates on research news and on  upcoming events and workshops. Make sure to follow the page and tweet using the #PADEMIA hashtag.    https://twitter.com/PADEMIAofficial Read More ⇒

  • 07
    Jan
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    The scientific service of the Hellenic Parliament is in search of partners willing to cooperate in two very interesting funding applications.  The two proposals (link) offer very interesting opportunities of cooperation. Should you be interested in joining or wish to receive further information, please contact our colleague Dimitris Koryzis no later than  Monday, 11 January. Read More ⇒

  • 18
    Dec
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    The December 2015 newsletter is now available on the website. In addition, the date for the final PADEMIA Annual Conference is set on 19-20 May, 2016. EDIT:  the address for the video talks mentioned in the newsletter changed to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvPjR1ZoZWknS4BU0e6HJG-cVXiRf7eDL.   Make sure to be the among the first to receive news on upcoming events by subscribing to […] Read More ⇒

  • 02
    Dec
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    PADEMIA members are invited to send paper proposals for two brand new workshops in 2016:   The Workshop “EU Communication Transformed: Politics and Media in Crisis Mode” takes places on the 8th of March in Cologne, Germany. Organized by our colleagues IfM, this workshop focuses on the changing communicative environment media and parliamentary actors find themselves […] Read More ⇒

  • 02
    Dec
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    Our PADEMIA partner LUISS Guid Carli University and Nicola Lupo host a lecture by PADEMIA colleague Thomas Christiansen, on “Parliamentary Administrations in the European Union: Evolution and New Challenges”. PADEMIA members are welcome to visit on the 3rd of December, in Rome.   Find more information here… Read More ⇒

  • 20
    Nov
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    The third paper on parliamentary democracy is now available on the website. Yan Shaohua posits that the European Parliament is becoming a fully fletched actor in EU trade policy after the Lisbon treaty. Find the paper here…   New paper submissions are welcomed and can be sent to Thomas Christiansen or Anna-Lena Högenauer   Read More ⇒

  • 16
    Nov
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    The new workshop, “Legislatures and foreign affairs: political parties, committees, and individual MPs”,  is now open to receive your paper proposals. The workshop is the perfect oportunity for PADEMIA members to add to the debate on the role of the European parliament in foreign affairs. The aim of the workshop is to illuminate scholarly understanding of […] Read More ⇒

  • 13
    Nov
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    In cooperation with SUMMIT, a Commission-funded project on the European Council, PADEMIA organizes the twin-event “Tackling the European Council – Raising Awareness for a Key Institution”. the PADEMIA Workshop on parliamentary control of the European Council and its members will be part of a bigger programme of in total eight working groups and panels as well […] Read More ⇒

  • 09
    Nov
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    PADEMIA members are welcome to attend a conference on the “Linkage between Parliaments and Citizens in Contemporary Europe”, organized at the Université Libre de Bruxelles on 18 November. For more information, please visit the following website. Read More ⇒

  • 16
    Oct
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    Two events that are interesting to the PADEMIA community have announced a call for papers.   The first is the PACO Conference ‘Parliamentary Cooperation and Diplomacy in Europe and beyond – Theories, Practices and Comparisons’, which will take place in Brussels on 18-19 February 2016. This conference aims to analyze parliamentary cooperation and diplomacy both at the EU level and […] Read More ⇒

  • 09
    Oct
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    The October 2015 issue of the PADEMIA newsletter is now available to download. The newsletter covers everything you need to know to stay up to date, from upcoming news to recent publications by PADEMIA members. You can also subsribe to the newsletter by joining the mailinglist at the bottom of the homepage. Read More ⇒

  • 09
    Oct
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    PADEMIA member Ben Crum, together with Deirdre Curtin, contributed a chapter on EU accountability to the book “The European Union, Democratic Principles and Institutional Architectures in Times of Crisi (2015),” edited by Simona Piattoni. More information on this book can be found on the following website (link). Also, all PADEMIA members are encouraged to announce […] Read More ⇒

  • 24
    Sep
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    The call for papers for the workshop “Political Parties and the European Crises” is now available online. The aim of this workshop is to analyse the impact of several contemporary crises on European political parties. The deadline for handing in papers is Octerber 15th. Click here for more information. Read More ⇒

  • 10
    Sep
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    A new workshop has been added to the event list. The workshop “Strengthening Parliaments through Institutional Engineering” takes place at the Sciences Po in Paris on the 3rd and 4th of December. Please find more information here. Read More ⇒

  • 17
    Jul
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    The PADEMIA team wants to thank all participants of the Second Annual PADEMIA Conference 2015 for their presence. The Conference was a great succes. A short summary of the conference’ highlights will be posted on the website soon. Read More ⇒

  • 09
    Jul
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    The call for papers for the PhD workshop ‘Analyzing Parliamentary Democracy With Advanced Content Analysis Methods’ is now available on the website. The deadline for submitting paper abstracts is August 13th, 2015. The workshop is the perfect opportunity for doctoral students of parliamentary affairs in Europe to exchange ideas and discuss their research with their peers […] Read More ⇒

  • 26
    Jun
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    Please note that the deadline for the call for papers for the following workshop has been extended to July 15th: ‘The European Parliament in The Contemporary World’ in Ljubljana, October 16th, 2015. Find more information here… Read More ⇒

  • 23
    Jun
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    The final version of the Second Annual Conference programme is now available on the website.   Click here for more information. Read More ⇒

  • 01
    Jun
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    A date has been set for the workshop ‘The European Parliament in the Contemporary World’ in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The deadline for sending in papers is 20 June. Find more information and the call for papers here… Read More ⇒

  • 11
    May
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    The PADEMIA team would like to remind you about the PADEMIA Teaching, Research and Student Paper Awards. The awards come with an official award ceremony at our Annual Conference and a valuable financial reward. This is also the perfect opportunity for PhD- and MA students to get their award winning paper published in a journal.   The […] Read More ⇒

  • 23
    Apr
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    The programme for the Second Annual PADEMIA Conference in Brussels on 2 and 3 July is now available. Also, the deadline for sending in papers is 15 May 2015. Click here for more information. Read More ⇒

  • 01
    Apr
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    The First Annual Report is now accessible via the website. In this annual report, PADEMIA partners give a summary of the research and teaching activity in the field of Parliamentary Democracy at their Institutions. The annual report maps best practices in research and teaching. Based on contributions by member institutions from all countries involved in the […] Read More ⇒

  • 04
    Feb
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    The weblectures on Parliamentary Democracy are now available on the website. The weblectures feature a number of academic experts from the PADEMIA network who lay out the key ideas of PADEMIA in a series of informative videos.   Find the videos here.. Read More ⇒

  • 22
    Jan
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    The second online paper on parliamentary democracy has been posted on the website. Mark Harwood writes about the Maltese parliament and EU affairs.   We always welcome more submissions. Please contact Thomas Christiansen or Anna-Lena Högenauer.   Find the paper here…   Read More ⇒

  • 03
    Nov
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    The first online paper on parliamentary democracy has been posted on the website. The online paper is open to all members of the network as well as external contributors. We always welcome more submissions. Please contact Thomas Christiansen or Anna-Lena Högenauer   Find the paper here…   Read More ⇒

  • 27
    Oct
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    The PADEMIA workshop “EU-communication transformed: The 2014 Elections and the Media” will be postponed to early 2015. The jointly organized workshop by the Institute for Media and Communications Policy and Bertelsmann Stiftung was originally scheduled to take place on November 19, 2014, in Berlin. The new date will be communicated in the coming weeks. The deadline for paper […] Read More ⇒

  • 11
    Sep
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    You can now submit papers for the Workshop on “EU-communication transformed? The 2014 elections and future challenges” to be held in Berlin on November 19, 2014. Find the call for papers here.. Read More ⇒

  • 03
    Jun
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    PADEMIA, invites applications for guest lectures by network partners to be hosted by partner institutions. Please view the call for more information. Read More ⇒

  • 03
    Jun
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    The program of the annual PADEMIA conference is now available for download here. Read More ⇒

  • 07
    Apr
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    The PADEMIA Erasmus Academic Network anually grants three awards: one for an excellent piece of work by a researcher on the topic of Parliamentary Democracy in Europe, one for excellent teaching on Parliamentary Democracy in Europe; and one for an excellent piece of work by a graduate or doctoral student on the topic of European […] Read More ⇒

  • 07
    Mar
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    IfM Berlin is organizing a panel discussion on political participation in the EU and media communication on EU politics. The event is taking place on Friday, March 14 at 09:30. More information is available here. Please register by emailing info@medienpolitik.eu. Note: event is in German. Read More ⇒

  • 03
    Mar
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    The first PADEMIA newsletter has just been published. This installment contains more detailed information on the structure of the network and an introduction of PADEMIA’s co-coordinator: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. You can subscribe to the newsletter by joining our mailinglist at the bottom of the page. You can also download the February 2014 issue here. Read More ⇒

  • 26
    Feb
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    PADEMIA’s first annual conference will be hosted by the Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA) in Brussels on June 12 and 13. Click here for more information. Read More ⇒

  • 25
    Feb
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    We are pleased to welcome you the new PADEMIA website! The site is a platform for members of the PADEMIA network, the broader academic community, and others interested in parliamentary democracy in Europe, to stay involved with work conducted throughout the network. More specifically, the site will serve as a hub for the announcements of […] Read More ⇒

CALL FOR PAPERS

LUISS Summer School: Parliamentary Democracy in Europe: Legistlative initiative and agenda-setting in the European Union

Date:  11-15 July, 2016

Place: Rome (Italy)

Application deadline: 22 May, 2016

 

Click here for more information.


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