Conf/CfP - Comparative Agendas Project, 6-8 June 2019, Hungary

Publish Date: Jan 18, 2019

Deadline: Apr 02, 2019

Event Dates: from Jun 06, 2019 12:00 to Jun 08, 2019 12:00

Comparative Agendas Project Annual Conference 2019


12th Annual Conference of the Comparative Agendas Project (CAP)

June 6-8, 2019

Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Budapest, Hungary

Local Organizers: Zsolt Boda, Miklós Sebők


Paper proposals: February 15

Notifications of acceptance: March 1

Registration deadline: April 2nd

Papers are due: May 27

On behalf of the Conference Committee (Zsolt Boda, Miklós Sebők, Rens Vliegenthart of the University of Amsterdam and Christoffer Green-Pedersen of Aarhus University) we are happy to announce that the 12th Annual Conference of the Comparative Agendas Project (CAP) will take place at the Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences on June 6-8, 2019. We are also pleased to introduce Professor Zsolt Enyedi (Central European University) as our keynote speaker, who will deliver a lecture on The Issue Positions of Populist Parties.

The CAP is a network of research projects representing more than two dozen national and subnational governments all focused on policy attention in some form or another. With no central structure or funding source the annual CAP meeting is an important venue for sharing ideas, commenting on each other’s work and improving the quality and size of the network. In that regard we are especially interested in contributions from practitioners and scholars from outside our existing network of 100+ international academics.

Presentations based on submitted research papers in all areas of agenda-setting and public policy are welcome. Both academic and non-academic attendees are welcome. We will organize a special session on „Illiberal tendencies in policy-making”. We encourage submissions relating to this theme in particular.The conference will consist of keynote presentations, parallel panels, a junior-meets-senior session, a poster session as well as a closing plenary session discussing the future of the Comparative Agendas Project.

We acknowledge the financial support of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences for the conference.

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