Conferences and Presentations

 

  1. “Corruption and Gendered Perceptions of Elites.” (with Tània Verge and Leslie Schwindt-Bayer). Presented at the APSA conference in Philadelphia, 31. August – 4. September 2016
  2. “Measuring Populism Using Expert Surveys.” Presented at the conference `Solving the Puzzles of Populism’ at the Brigham Young University Centre, London 30. April – 2.May  2015. An updated version was presented at `Explaining Populism: Team Populism January Conference’, Brigham Young University, Provo, 28. – 30. January 2016
  3. “The symbolic impact of women’s representation on citizens’ political attitudes: Measuring the effect through survey experiments.” (with Tània Verge and Ana Espirito-Santo) Presented at the APSA conference in San Francisco 3. – 6. September 2015
  4. “Immigration Attitudes and Vote Choice in Ecuador.” (with Iñaki Sagarzazu) Presented at the ALACIP conference 22. – 25. July in Lima
  5. “Presidents, Coalition Cabinets, and Ideological Adjustment: Evidence from Brazil.” (with Christian Arnold and David Doyle) Invited Presentation, Trinity College Dublin’s political science research seminar, 27.03.2015
  6. “Attitudes towards Immigration in Latin America: culture, economy and voting for the right.” (with David Doyle) Presented at the LASA conference in Chicago, 21. – 24. May 2014
  7. “Support for Clientelistic Party Linkages in Latin America.” (with David Doyle) Presented at the EPSA conference in Barcelona 20. – 22. June 2013
  8. “The political right and party-linkages in Latin America.” (with David Doyle) Presented at the LASA conference in San Francisco 23. – 26. May 2012
  9. “Representação política em Portugal: A Perspectiva dos Cidadãos.” (with Mónica Brito Viera) Presented at the Workshop ‘The Quality of Democracy in Hard Times,’ ICS-UL, Lisbon, 19.01.2012
  10. “Discontent and the Left Turn in Latin America.” (with David Doyle) Presented at the LASA Conference in Toronto 7.-9. October 2010
  11. “The Meaning of Left-Right in Latin America: Insights from Expert Surveys.” Presented at the ECPR General Conference in Potsdam 9.-12. September 2009
  12. “Presidents, Parties and Policy Competition.” Lecture at the Helen Kellogg Institute, University of Notre Dame, April 2009 
  13. “The Compatibility of the Incompatible? Economic and Identity-based Incentives as Joint Causes of Civil War Onset.” Presented at the Author’s Conference of the Politische VierteljahresschriftSpecial Issue, Konstanz, February 2008
  14. “Presidents and Parties in Policy Space: Evidence from Expert Surveys in 18 Latin American Countries.” Invited Lecture at the Latin American Centre, Oxford, October 2007
  15. “Presidents and Parties in Policy Space: Expert Surveys of Policy Positions in 18 Latin American Countries. Preliminary results.” Presented at the V Congreso Europeo de Latinoamericanistas, Brussels, April 2007 
  16. “Polarization and Conflict: Reconsiderations.” Presented at the Winter Meeting of the EU Polarization and Conflict Project, Milan, December 2005 
  17. “Institutions as Mediators? The Role of Decentralization and Majority Rule in the Polarization-Conflict Nexus.” (with Gerald Schneider) Presented at the General Meeting of the EU Polarization and Conflict Project, Oslo, July 2004 
  18. “Foreign Economic Liberalization and Political Instability: The Latin American Case.” (with Gerald Schneider) Presented at the General Meeting of the EU Polarization andConflict Project, Oslo, July 2004 

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