The Political Behaviour Colloquium offers researchers and fellows interested in political behaviour a platform to discuss their work.
We conceive political behaviour as broadly as you can imagine. So, our interests cover a very extensive field in political science that ranges from the foundations of attitudes towards leaders, governments, or democracy; to the process of voting decisions and the consequences of political participation. Empirically driven comparative analyses and case-studies are welcomed, and they can focus on the global, European, national or regional level.
All EUI members (faculty, researchers, fellows, visiting fellows...) are very welcome to attend. We announce the calendar at the beginning of each term to the members of our mailing list.
We open at least two calls during the year: in September and December. However, we also accept proposals throughout the year and sometimes organise specific methodological workshops or talks by senior scholars.
Please contact the convenors of the Colloquim, Álvaro Canalejo and Nerea Gándara ([email protected]), to be added to the mailing list or if you want to present your work.
The colloquium was founded in October 2007 and was initially sponsored by Prof. Mark Franklin, and thereafter by Prof. Alexander Trechsel and Prof. Hanspeter Kriesi. Now the colloquium is sponsored by Prof. Elias Dinas.