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Thursday, 29 March 2012 14:54


Thursday, June 14

Friday, June 15

Saturday, June 16

 

THURSDAY, JUNE 14th

14.00-14.30: Arrival of participants

 

14.30-17.00: Opening plenary & presentation of new projects (Theater)

Emiliano Grossman (Sciences Po / CEE)
Opening words

Aaron Martin (University of Melbourne)
The Australian Agendas Project

Maria Luisa Araujo & Mariana Viera da Silva (ISCTE-IUL)
The Portguese Agendas Project

Caterina Froio & Pietro Castelli Gattinara (EUI, Florence)
The CAP Party manifestoes project

Rens Vliegenthart (University of Amsterdam) & Stefaan Walgrave (University of Antwerp)
Social movements and Agenda-setting

Mona Krewel & Shaun Bevan (University of Manheim)
Presentation of GLES (German Longitudinal Election Study)

17.00-17.15: Break

17.15-18.30: Poster Session (Student Lounge)

Ana Palau & Ferran Davesa (University of Barcelona)
Media coverage of political corruption scandals in Spain (1996-2009)

Christoffer Green-Pedersen & Peter Mortensen (University of Aarhus)
Attention and the ministerial structure

Enrico Borghetto (Universita di Milano), Laura Chaques Bonafont, Ana Maria Palau, Francesco Visconti (Universitat Barcelona) & Marco Michieli (Universita di Pavia)
Comparing Executive Policy Agendas: Investiture Speeches in Spain and Italy

Ewa Nowak (Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Sklodowskiej w Lublinie)
Shifting salience between media agenda and political agenda. The example of Poland

Leticia Elias (Montesquieu Institute/Leiden University) & Arco Timmermans (Montesquieu Institute/University of Leiden)
Political attention to organized crime policy at the European level

Lisa Miller (Rutgers University)
Making the State Pay: Comparative Policy Agendas on Violence and Punishment

Markus Haverland, Minou de Ruijter & Steven van de Walle (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
The European Commission’s production of scientific evidence. Strategic or neutral?

Patricia Calca (University of Lisbon)
Portuguese Executive Laws - When the Policy Agendas Matter

Patrick Merle & Dennis Patterson (Texas Tech University)
Agendas and Public Policies: How Partisanship and Political Behavior Affect Attitudes Toward the Environment




FRIDAY, JUNE 15th


9.30-11.15: PANEL 1: Media and policy-making 1 (Room 7)

President: Laura Chaques; Discussion: Peter van Aelst

Emiliano Grossman (Sciences Po, CEE)
Issues, salience and media influence: who sets whose agenda?

Camilla Bjarnøe Jensen (Aarhuis University)
Stability rather than Changeability. How the Media Frame Policy Questions

Rens Vliegenthart (University of Amsterdam), Anne Hardy, Stefaan Walgrave (University of Antwerpen) & Amber Boydstun (University of California, Davis)
The Non-Linear Effect of Media Coverage on Public and Governmental Attention

Anne Hardy, Stefaan Walgrave (University of Antwerpen) & Amber Boydstun (University of California, Davis)
Testing and Explaining Media Wideness of Media Storms

9.30-11.15: PANEL 2: Parties and policy 1

President: Frank Baumgartner; Discussion: Christian Breunig (Room 1)

Andreas Blaette (University of Duisburg-Essen)
Do Parties Matter? Boundary-Spanning Policy Problems and Patterns of Issue. Attention in Parliamentary Debates

Shaun Bevan (University of Mannheim), Enrico Borghetto (Universita di Milano) & Marcello Carammia (University of Malta)
Changing the Transmission Belt: The Programme-to-Policy Link in Italy between the First and Second Republic

Linda Basile (Université de Sienne)
The Polity Structure Beyond (and Behind) Parties’ Talk

Federico Russo & Luca Verzichelli (University of Siena)
Budget punctuations and budgetary regimes in Italy

11.15-11.30: Break

11.30-13.15: PANEL 3: Media and policy-making 2 (Room 1)

President: Emiliano Grossman; Discussion: Rens Vliegenthart

Camille Dagenais (Sciences Po, CEE)
Does Content Matter? Analysing the Agendasetting power of Le Monde on the French
Government for Unemployment (1981-2009)

Gunnar Thesen (International Research Institute of Stavanger, Norway)
Political Agenda-Setting and the Mediatization of Politics (How the Media Affect Party Competition)

Joeri Veen, Peter Van Aelst & Joop van Holsteyn (Universiteit Antwerpen)
From Conception to Birth: Media Influence on the Lawmaking Process

Isabelle Guinaudeau (European University Institute)
Who sets the EU on the agenda? Insights from EU coverage in British, French and German newspapers (1990-2012)


11.30-13.15: PANEL 4: Agendas in EU institutions (Room 7)

President: Sebastiaan Princen; Discussion: Sylvain Brouard

Christine Arnold (Maastricht University), Eliyahu V. Sapir (University of Nottingham) & Alexia Katsanidou (European University Institute)
Issue Congruence across Legislative Terms: Examining the Democratic Party Mandate in the European Parliament

Pascal Sciarini and Anke Tresch (University of Geneva)
The political agenda-setting power of the media in Switzerland: The international connection

Petya Alexandrova (Montesquieu Institute)
Issue Linkages on the European Council Agenda

Petya Alexandrova (Montesquieu Institute) & Anne Rasmussen (Leiden University)
The (lack) of responsiveness of the European Council


13.15-14.15: Lunch (on premises)


14.15-16.15: PANEL 5: Policy process and institutions 1

President: Bryan Jones; Discussion: Isabelle Engeli (Room 1)

Aaron Martin (University of Melbourn)
Policy Agendas in the Australian Commonwealth Government

Christian Breunig (University of Toronto)
The Content and Dynamics of Legislative Agendas

Shaun Bevan (MZES, University of Mannheim) & Will Jennings (University of Southampton)
Representation, Agendas and Institutions


14.15-16.15: PANEL 6: Parties and policy 2

President: Arco Timmermans; Discussion: John Wilkerson (Room 7)

Caterina Froio & Pietro Castelli Gattinara (European University Institute)
Towards a Frame-Based Account of Party Competition? Niche and Mainstream Parties and the Politicization of Immigration in Italy and France

Christopher Green Pedersen (University of Aarhus), Stefaan Walgrave (Universiteit Antwerpen), Fréderic Varone & Pascal Sciarini (University of Geneva)
Issue competition and the rise of radical-right parties in Belgium, Denmark and Switzerland

Henrik Seeberg (Aarhus University)
Political agenda-setting and unexpected policy change: On the opposition’s opportunities to cause policy change in Britain from 1992-2005

Simon Persico (Sciences Po Paris) & Isabelle Guinaudeau (EUI, Florence)
What is issue competition? Conflict, consensus and issue ownership in party competition


16.15-16.30: Break


16.30-18h: Second Plenary

President: Gerard Breeman; Discussion: Stefaan Walgrave (Theater)

Arco Timmermans (Montesquieu Institute/Leiden University), Sebastiaan Princen (Utrecht University) & Marcello Carammia (University of Malta)
Parallel and Serial Processing in Agenda Setting: Sequencing Attention in Institutions

Coggins, Atkinson, Stimson, and Baumgartner (University of North Carolina)
Policy moods

Michelle Whyman & Bryan Jones  (University of Texas)
Building Blocks and Bursts in US Lawmaking


18h-18h30: Presentation of the Palgrave Book Series (Theater)

Amber Stone-Galilee (Palgrave)
Christopher Green-Pedersen (University of Aarhuis)


19.30: Common Dinner at Hôtel de la Paix (exact location in folder)



SATURDAY, JUNE 16th

9.30-11.30: PANEL 7: Policy process and institutions 2

President: Marcello Carammia; Discussion: Fredérique Varone (Room 7)

Martial Foucault (University of Montreal) & Fabrizio Gilardi (University of Zurich)
Determinants of Budgetary Punctuations in Switzerland

Sebastiaan Princen & Femke van Esch (Utrecht University) 
Understanding policy change using cognitive maps

Jeroen Joly (Universiteit Antwerpen) & Régis Dandoy (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
Do Foreign Policy Ministers Become Portfolio Dictators?

John Wilkerson, Kevin Shotwell, Nick Stramp (University of Washington)
The Power of Policy Ideas: Tracing Legislative Language in the Congressional Landscape

9.30-11.30: PANEL 8: Framing and policy outcomes

President: Christopher Green-Pedersen; Discussion: Pascal Sciarini (Room 1)

Gerard Breeman (Wageningen University) & Arco Timmermans (Montesquieu Institute/Leiden University)
The Up and Down with the Environment in Europe: Social Dynamics, Agenda Setting, and Priorities

Laura Morales (University of Leicester),Virginia Ros (University of Manchester), Laura Chaqués & Anna Palau (Universitat Barcelona)
Leading or following? The dynamics between the political elites and public opinion in the emergence of the immigration issue in Spain

Roy Gava (Université de Genève)
Regulating Swiss Banks: Private Actors and Political Attention

Arco Timmermans (Montesquieu Institute/Leiden University), Gerard Breeman (Wageningen University)
European Enthusiasm, National Apathy: How Political Attention in EU Member States Fades when Policies Europeanize



11.30-13: Closing plenary (Theater)

Where is CAP headed?

A critical assessment of the conference by

- André Blais (University of Montreal)

- Pepper Culpepper (European University Institute, Florence)


15-18: Post-conference program: Visit of Reims and Caves de Champagne (registration required)

 

 

JUNE 15th

 

9.30-11.15: PANEL 1: Media and policy-making 1

President: Laura Chaques; Discussion: Peter van Aelst

Emiliano Grossman (Sciences Po, CEE)

The structural determinants of issue salience: a study of the impact of the media on policy attention

Camilla Bjarnøe Jensen (Arthus University)

Stability rather than Changeability. How the Media Frame Policy Questions

Rens Vliegenthart (University of Amsterdam), Anne Hardy, Stefaan Walgrave (University of Antwerpen) & Amber Boydstun (University of California, Davis)

The political agenda-setting effect of media storms

Anne Hardy, Stefaan Walgrave (University of Antwerpen) & Amber Boydstun (University of California, Davis)

Testing and Explaining Media Wideness of Media Storms

9.30-11.15: PANEL 2: Parties and policy 1

President: Frank Baumgartner; Discussion: Christian Breunig

Andreas Blaette (University of Duisburg-Essen)

Do Parties Matter? Boundary-Spanning Policy Problems and Patterns of Issue. Attention in Parliamentary Debates

Enrico Borghetto (Universita di Milano) & Marcello Carammia (University of Malta)

Changing the Transmission Belt: The Programme-to-Policy Link in Italy between the First and Second Republic

Linda Basile (Université de Sienne)

The Polity Structure Beyond (and Behind) Parties’ Talk

Federico Russo & Luca Verzichelli (University of Siena)

Public spending in Italy ?

11.15-11.30: Break

11.30-13.15: PANEL 3: Media and policy-making 2

President: Emiliano Grossman; Discussion: Rens Vliegenthart

Camille Dagenais (Sciences Po, CEE)

Setting the agenda for the insoluble: Relationships between Le Monde and the French Government on unemployment (1980-2009)

Gunnar Thesen (International Research Institute of Stavanger, Norway)

Political Agenda-Setting and the Mediatization of Politics (How the Media Affect Party Competition)

Peter Van Aelst (Universiteit Antwerpen), Rosa Van Santen (Universiteit van Amsterdam), Luzia Helfer & Joeri Veen (Leiden University)

When News is Politics and Politics becomes News: A reciprocal analysis of parliamentary questions and press coverage in four West-European countries

Isabelle Guinaudeau (European University Institute)

Who sets the EU on the agenda? Insights from EU coverage in British, French and German newspapers (1990-2012)

11.30-13.15: PANEL 4: Agendas in EU institutions

President: Sebastiaan Princen; Discussion: Sylvain Brouard

Christine Arnold (Maastricht University), Eliyahu V. Sapir (University of Nottingham) & Alexia Katsanidou (European University Institute)

Issue Congruence across Legislative Terms: Examining the Democratic Party Mandate in the European Parliament

Pascal Sciarini and Manuel Fischer (University of Geneva)

Internationalization/Europeanization and the relationships between media agenda and political agenda

Petya Alexandrova (Montesquieu Institute)

Issue Linkages on the European Council Agenda

Petya Alexandrova (Montesquieu Institute) & Anne Rasmussen (Leiden University)

The (lack) of responsiveness of the European Council

13.15-14.15: Lunch

 

14.15-16.15: PANEL 5: Policy process and institutions 1

President: Bryan Jones; Discussion: Isabelle Engeli

Arco Timmermans (Montesquieu Institute/Leiden University), Sebastiaan Princen (Utrecht University) & Marcello Carammia (University of Malta)

Parallel and Serial Processing in Agenda Setting: Sequencing Attention in Institutions

Coggins, Atkinson, Stimson, and Baumgartner (University of North Carolina)

Policy moods

Sebastiaan Princen & Femke van Esch (Utrecht University)

Understanding policy change using cognitive maps

Trey Thomas (University of Texas)

Inside the Black Box of Positive Feedback: Theoretical and Empirical Foundations for an Agent-based Model of Issue Emergence

Christian Breunig (University of Toronto)

The Content and Dynamics of Legislative Agendas

 

14.15-16.15: PANEL 6: Parties and policy 2

President: Arco Timmermans; Discussion: John Wilkerson

Caterina Froio & Pietro Castelli Gattinara (European University Institute)

Towards a Frame-Based Account of Party Competition? Niche and Mainstream Parties and the Politicization of Immigration in Italy and France

Christopher Green Pedersen (University of Aarhus), Stefaan Walgrave (Universiteit Antwerpen), Fréderic Varone & Pascal Sciarini (University of Geneva)

Issue competition and the rise of radical-right parties in Belgium, Denmark and Switzerland

Henrik Seeberg (Aarhus University)

Political agenda-setting and unexpected policy change: On the opposition’s opportunities to cause policy change in Britain from 1992-2005

Simon Persico (Sciences Po Paris)

Ownership, conflict and consensus in party competition. The case of environmental issues in France and the UK

16.15-16.30: Break

16.30-18.30: Second Plenary

 

 

JUNE 15th

 

9.30-11.15: PANEL 1: Media and policy-making 1

President: Laura Chaques; Discussion: Peter van Aelst

Emiliano Grossman (Sciences Po, CEE)

The structural determinants of issue salience: a study of the impact of the media on policy attention

Camilla Bjarnøe Jensen (Arthus University)

Stability rather than Changeability. How the Media Frame Policy Questions

Rens Vliegenthart (University of Amsterdam), Anne Hardy, Stefaan Walgrave (University of Antwerpen) & Amber Boydstun (University of California, Davis)

The political agenda-setting effect of media storms

Anne Hardy, Stefaan Walgrave (University of Antwerpen) & Amber Boydstun (University of California, Davis)

Testing and Explaining Media Wideness of Media Storms


9.30-11.15: PANEL 2: Parties and policy 1

President: Frank Baumgartner; Discussion: Christian Breunig

Andreas Blaette (University of Duisburg-Essen)

Do Parties Matter? Boundary-Spanning Policy Problems and Patterns of Issue. Attention in Parliamentary Debates

Enrico Borghetto (Universita di Milano) & Marcello Carammia (University of Malta)

Changing the Transmission Belt: The Programme-to-Policy Link in Italy between the First and Second Republic

Linda Basile (Université de Sienne)

The Polity Structure Beyond (and Behind) Parties’ Talk

Federico Russo & Luca Verzichelli (University of Siena)

Public spending in Italy ?


11.15-11.30: Break


11.30-13.15: PANEL 3: Media and policy-making 2

President: Emiliano Grossman; Discussion: Rens Vliegenthart

Camille Dagenais (Sciences Po, CEE)

Setting the agenda for the insoluble: Relationships between Le Monde and the French Government on unemployment (1980-2009)

Gunnar Thesen (International Research Institute of Stavanger, Norway)

Political Agenda-Setting and the Mediatization of Politics (How the Media Affect Party Competition)

Peter Van Aelst (Universiteit Antwerpen), Rosa Van Santen (Universiteit van Amsterdam), Luzia Helfer & Joeri Veen (Leiden University)

When News is Politics and Politics becomes News: A reciprocal analysis of parliamentary questions and press coverage in four West-European countries

Isabelle Guinaudeau (European University Institute)

Who sets the EU on the agenda? Insights from EU coverage in British, French and German newspapers (1990-2012)

11.30-13.15: PANEL 4: Agendas in EU institutions

President: Sebastiaan Princen; Discussion: Sylvain Brouard

Christine Arnold (Maastricht University), Eliyahu V. Sapir (University of Nottingham) & Alexia Katsanidou (European University Institute)

Issue Congruence across Legislative Terms: Examining the Democratic Party Mandate in the European Parliament

Pascal Sciarini and Manuel Fischer (University of Geneva)

Internationalization/Europeanization and the relationships between media agenda and political agenda

Petya Alexandrova (Montesquieu Institute)

Issue Linkages on the European Council Agenda

Petya Alexandrova (Montesquieu Institute) & Anne Rasmussen (Leiden University)

The (lack) of responsiveness of the European Council


13.15-14.15: Lunch

 


14.15-16.15: PANEL 5: Policy process and institutions 1

President: Bryan Jones; Discussion: Isabelle Engeli

Arco Timmermans (Montesquieu Institute/Leiden University), Sebastiaan Princen (Utrecht University) & Marcello Carammia (University of Malta)

Parallel and Serial Processing in Agenda Setting: Sequencing Attention in Institutions

Coggins, Atkinson, Stimson, and Baumgartner (University of North Carolina)

Policy moods

Sebastiaan Princen & Femke van Esch (Utrecht University)

Understanding policy change using cognitive maps

Trey Thomas (University of Texas)

Inside the Black Box of Positive Feedback: Theoretical and Empirical Foundations for an Agent-based Model of Issue Emergence

Christian Breunig (University of Toronto)

The Content and Dynamics of Legislative Agendas

 

14.15-16.15: PANEL 6: Parties and policy 2

President: Arco Timmermans; Discussion: John Wilkerson

Caterina Froio & Pietro Castelli Gattinara (European University Institute)

Towards a Frame-Based Account of Party Competition? Niche and Mainstream Parties and the Politicization of Immigration in Italy and France

Christopher Green Pedersen (University of Aarhus), Stefaan Walgrave (Universiteit Antwerpen), Fréderic Varone & Pascal Sciarini (University of Geneva)

Issue competition and the rise of radical-right parties in Belgium, Denmark and Switze

 

THURSDAY, JUNE 15th

 

9.30-11.15: PANEL 1: Media and policy-making 1

President: Laura Chaques; Discussion: Peter van Aelst

Emiliano Grossman (Sciences Po, CEE)

The structural determinants of issue salience: a study of the impact of the media on policy attention

Camilla Bjarnøe Jensen (Arthus University)

Stability rather than Changeability. How the Media Frame Policy Questions

Rens Vliegenthart (University of Amsterdam), Anne Hardy, Stefaan Walgrave (University of Antwerpen) & Amber Boydstun (University of California, Davis)

The political agenda-setting effect of media storms

Anne Hardy, Stefaan Walgrave (University of Antwerpen) & Amber Boydstun (University of California, Davis)

Testing and Explaining Media Wideness of Media Storms

 

9.30-11.15: PANEL 2: Parties and policy 1

President: Frank Baumgartner; Discussion: Christian Breunig

Andreas Blaette (University of Duisburg-Essen)

Do Parties Matter? Boundary-Spanning Policy Problems and Patterns of Issue. Attention in Parliamentary Debates

Enrico Borghetto (Universita di Milano) & Marcello Carammia (University of Malta)

Changing the Transmission Belt: The Programme-to-Policy Link in Italy between the First and Second Republic

Linda Basile (Université de Sienne)

The Polity Structure Beyond (and Behind) Parties’ Talk

Federico Russo & Luca Verzichelli (University of Siena)

Public spending in Italy ?

 

11.15-11.30: Break


11.30-13.15: PANEL 3: Media and policy-making 2

President: Emiliano Grossman; Discussion: Rens Vliegenthart

Camille Dagenais (Sciences Po, CEE)

Setting the agenda for the insoluble: Relationships between Le Monde and the French Government on unemployment (1980-2009)

Gunnar Thesen (International Research Institute of Stavanger, Norway)

Political Agenda-Setting and the Mediatization of Politics (How the Media Affect Party Competition)

Peter Van Aelst (Universiteit Antwerpen), Rosa Van Santen (Universiteit van Amsterdam), Luzia Helfer & Joeri Veen (Leiden University)

When News is Politics and Politics becomes News: A reciprocal analysis of parliamentary questions and press coverage in four West-European countries

Isabelle Guinaudeau (European University Institute)

Who sets the EU on the agenda? Insights from EU coverage in British, French and German newspapers (1990-2012)

11.30-13.15: PANEL 4: Agendas in EU institutions

President: Sebastiaan Princen; Discussion: Sylvain Brouard

Christine Arnold (Maastricht University), Eliyahu V. Sapir (University of Nottingham) & Alexia Katsanidou (European University Institute)

Issue Congruence across Legislative Terms: Examining the Democratic Party Mandate in the European Parliament

Pascal Sciarini and Manuel Fischer (University of Geneva)

Internationalization/Europeanization and the relationships between media agenda and political agenda

Petya Alexandrova (Montesquieu Institute)

Issue Linkages on the European Council Agenda

Petya Alexandrova (Montesquieu Institute) & Anne Rasmussen (Leiden University)

The (lack) of responsiveness of the European Council

 

 

13.15-14.15: Lunch

 


14.15-16.15: PANEL 5: Policy process and institutions 1

President: Bryan Jones; Discussion: Isabelle Engeli

Arco Timmermans (Montesquieu Institute/Leiden University), Sebastiaan Princen (Utrecht University) & Marcello Carammia (University of Malta)

Parallel and Serial Processing in Agenda Setting: Sequencing Attention in Institutions

Coggins, Atkinson, Stimson, and Baumgartner (University of North Carolina)

Policy moods

Sebastiaan Princen & Femke van Esch (Utrecht University)

Understanding policy change using cognitive maps

Trey Thomas (University of Texas)

Inside the Black Box of Positive Feedback: Theoretical and Empirical Foundations for an Agent-based Model of Issue Emergence

Christian Breunig (University of Toronto)

The Content and Dynamics of Legislative Agendas

 

14.15-16.15: PANEL 6: Parties and policy 2

President: Arco Timmermans; Discussion: John Wilkerson

Caterina Froio & Pietro Castelli Gattinara (European University Institute)

Towards a Frame-Based Account of Party Competition? Niche and Mainstream Parties and the Politicization of Immigration in Italy and France

Christopher Green Pedersen (University of Aarhus), Stefaan Walgrave (Universiteit Antwerpen), Fréderic Varone & Pascal Sciarini (University of Geneva)

Issue competition and the rise of radical-right parties in Belgium, Denmark and Switzerland

Henrik Seeberg (Aarhus University)

Political agenda-setting and unexpected policy change: On the opposition’s opportunities to cause policy change in Britain from 1992-2005

Simon Persico (Sciences Po Paris)

Ownership, conflict and consensus in party competition. The case of environmental issues in France and the UK


16.15-16.30: Break

 

16.30-18.30: Second Plenary

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Henrik Seeberg (Aarhus University)

Political agenda-setting and unexpected policy change: On the opposition’s opportunities to cause policy change in Britain from 1992-2005

Simon Persico (Sciences Po Paris)

Ownership, conflict and consensus in party competition. The case of environmental issues in France and the UK


16.15-16.30: Break


16.30-18.30: Second Plenary

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