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Email or Customer ID. Forgot password? Old Password. New Password. Three of our panels examine party competition and its consequences with a focus on party policies and issues, and more specifically, through the lens of party position-taking, issue ownership, and issue attention. Elections and in particular partisan transitions mark one of the most important opportunities for political parties to set a distinct policy agenda.
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Papers in this panel will address that ambiguity. Issue ownership plays an important role in linking voters to parties.
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The papers in this panel will explore different dimensions of issue ownership and the roots of issue ownership at both the micro and macro levels. Beyond these specific policy and nonpolicy strategies, political parties also utilize different means to signal their policy strategies and to emphasize their nonpolicy advantages.
Legislative speeches are an important instrument for parties and members of parliament MPs to signal their positions and priorities. While there is a growing literature that focuses on speech-making in legislatures we still lack an understanding of the determinants of speech-making, the use of speech-making for party competition and its electoral consequences.
These seven panels will largely focus on West European political parties and party systems to explore the causes and consequences of party competition. The papers in this panel will adopt traditional theoretical and methodological lenses developed in established democracies to understand party competition and its electoral consequences in this region. She received her Ph. Her research interests include intra-party conflicts and elections in advanced democracies.
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She has published extensively on party policy competition and its electoral consequences, and is currently working on projects examining the consequences of party policy strategies on election results and on voter perceptions of party positions. Panel List.