CCS section at the 2020 ECPR General Conference

Section Title: What Citizens Want and What Elites Do: Inequalities in Political Representation in Contemporary Democracy
Katrine Beauregard and Ioannis Andreadis
Campaigns and Electoral Behaviour (P036)
Chair: Julia Partheymüller
Discussant: Katrine Beauregard
Time: 25/08/2020 09:00 - 10:45
Determinants of Democratic Legitimacy in South Asia: Politics, Integrity or Effectiveness of Governance? By Akram Hossain
The Demand for Expertise: The Consequences of Citizens’ Technocratic Preferences for Electoral Behaviour by Eri Bertsou
The Impact of Candidates’ Tweets on Their Electoral Success by Dimitra Papaxanthi. Evangelia Kartsounidou and Ioannis Andreadis
Unequal Distribution or Unequal Effect? Explaining the Gender Gap in Candidates‘ Electoral Success by Heiko Giebler

Representation (P347)
Chair: Heiko Giebler
Discussant: Ioannis Andreadis
Time 26/08/2020 10:30 - 12:15
Are Men and Women Mobilize Differently by Political Parties? The Consequences of Inequalities in Representation on the Gender Gap in Political Engagement by Katrine Beauregard
Are Party Elites More Responsive to Voters? Issue Strategies in the Party Hierarchy by Laurenz Ennser-Jedenastik, Martin Haselmayer and Lena Maria Huber
Dropping Out of Politics? The Impact of Harassment on Political Recruitment in Britain, 2017-2019 by Sofia Collignon and Wolfgang Rüdig

Congruence (P070)
Chair: Katrine Beauregard
Discussant: Julia Partheymüller
Time: 27/08/2020 10:45 - 12:30
Congruence of Political Elites and Citizens Regarding Different Aspects of the Swiss-EU Relations and Determinants of Possible Gaps by Lukas Lauener
Exploring Congruence in Greece (2009-2019) by Evangelia Kartsounidou and Ioannis Andreadis
Twisting Without Turning; How Margaret Thatcher Responded to Public Opinion by Chris Butler

Innovations in Survey Research: Experiment and Big Data (P179)
Chair: Ioannis Andreadis
Discussant: Anke Tresch
Time 28/08/2020 09:00 - 10:45
Immigration Policies and Political Support. Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Germany Stephan Simon
Using Quantitative Methods to Compare Elite Political Framing to Mainstream Media Reporting of the Same-Sex Marriage Debate in Australia by Andrea Carson, Gosia Mikolajczak and Ziying Yang
Using Web Surveys to Collect Data from Candidates. Experience from the 2019 Greek Candidate Survey by Maria Tsigkou, Evangelia Kartsounidou and Ioannis Andreadis

Populism, Nationalism and Immigration (P309)
Chair: Anke Tresch
Discussant: Heiko Giebler
Time 28/08/2020 11:15 - 13:00
A Republican Hypocrisy? The Strategic Use of Cultural Policies to Incorporate Minorities in France by Amanda Garrett
Agents of Diversity or Reputational Shields? How Western European Political Parties Respond to the Immigration Mood by Marc van de Wardt, Maria Sobolewska and Patrick English
Technocratic Nationalism and New Elite Coalitions: Policy Processes in the Neoliberal Agae by Ipshita Basu