The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems in collaboration with the Electoral Integrity Project is holding a Plenary Session in conjunction with APSA 2018. The business meeting held from 9am-2:30pm was a closed event, but talks and discussions were open to the public from 3:00-5:30pm and all were encouraged to attend.
3:00 – 3:30 Presentation and Discussion: Electoral Integrity
The Burgeoning New Research Agenda on Electoral Integrity: Evidence from Expert and Public Survey Datasets. Pippa Norris.
3:30 – 4:15 Presentations and Discussion: Comparative Research
New Forms of Electoral Mobilization Across the World: Evidence from the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. John Aldrich, Rachel Gibson, and Pedro Magalhães.
Lost in Translation - How Differences in Word Intensity Affect Citizens’ Satisfaction with the Working of Democracy. Stefan Dahlberg.
Meaningful Choice? The Party Choice Set and Satisfaction with Democracy. Ruth Dassonneville and Ian McAllister.
4:15 – 5:30 Presentations and Discussion: Single Country Research
The Hillary Hypotheses: Testing Candidate Views of loss. Stephen Quinlan and Michael Lewis-Beck.
Mexico 2018: Anti-Elite Sentiments as Defined by Module 5 of CSES and the Vote. Rodrigo Castro.
Voter Behaviour and Political Mobilization in Iran. Daniel Tavana and Kevan Harris.
5:30 – 5:45 Closing
6:00 – 9:00 Dinner – Harvest restaurant