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Dear colleagues,

This is to alert you to a panel organised by Kristian S. Gleditsch and
myself on Spatial and Network Interdependent in Politics [1] at the
Joint Sessions of Workshops in Warsaw in March 2015 [2] of the
European Consortium for Political Research. A call for papers has gone
out and the deadline for submission of abstracts is 1 December 2014 --
instructions for paper submission are on the website [3].

Whereas so far most applications in political science have been
empirical applications of existing techniques from the field of
spatial econometrics and social network statistics, in recent years
there has been more focus on developing new methodologies specifically
of use to applications typical in political science. The aim of this
workshop is to bring together applied researchers and methodologists
who work at the cutting edge of spatial econometrics and statistical
network analysis, to exchange ideas on the future of the statistical
analysis of network interdependence in political science.

Kind regards,

Jos

[1] Panel details:
http://www.ecpr.eu/Events/PanelDetails.aspx?PanelID=2412&EventID=90
[2] Conference details: http://www.ecpr.eu/Events/EventDetails.aspx?EventID=90
[3] How to propose a paper:
http://www.ecpr.eu/Events/Content.aspx?ID=13&EventID=90

-- 
Dr Johan A. Elkink
Lecturer, School of Politics and International Relations
      & College of Human Sciences' Graduate School
Vice-Principal for Internationalisation, College of Human Sciences
University College Dublin
Ph. +353 1 716 8150  |  Newman Building, Rm F304
http://www.joselkink.net

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