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23
Aug

Three more Research Notes are now available:     In Research Note 11, Oľga Gyárfášová and Karen Henderson argue that the fuzziness of party and voter attitudes in Slovakia on EU issues, together with an inward-looking agenda focusing on economic advantages, help depress turnout in Slovakia and do not bode well for the future.   In Research […]

18
Aug

The PADEMIA Research Notes Series keeps on growing as two new additions have become available.     In Research Note 9, Agnieszka Grzelak looks at the Polish Parliament and argues that  the parliamentary democracy in Poland is under threat – while the rules of the procedure are still applied, in practice the rights of the opposition are […]

28
Jul

During the 3rd annual PADEMIA conference on the 20th of May, 2016, Kaare Strøm gave a speech on the perils of parliamentary democracy and the Madisonian turn. The speech was recorded and is now publicly available. See the video by clicking this link.

23
Jul

The fifth paper on parliamentary democracy is now available to download on the website. Fotios Fitsilis and Dimitris Koryzis examine parliamentary control in the Hellenic Parliament and the National Assembly of Serbia. Find the paper here…     New paper submissions are welcomed and can be sent to Thomas Christiansen or Anna-Lena Högenauer

23
Jul

Two brand new Research Notes have been added tot the collection.   In one, Roman Senninger studies the policy issues addressed in parliamentary questions about the EU in the Danish Folketing and shows that (1) the content of questions has been broadened over time and that (2) Eurosceptics strongly emphasize general EU matters.   In the […]

14
Jun

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 […]

02
Jun

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 […]

18
May

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…

27
Mar

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 […]

17
Mar

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 […]

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