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Dear Colleagues,

The Standing Group on Political Networks of the European Consortium for Political Research – ECPR – invites proposals for papers to be included in the program of the 14th ECPR General Conference, to be hosted on 26-28 August 2020 at the University of Innsbruck, Austria. We welcome contributions to the following panels:

Climate Policy Networks (corresponding organizers: Maria Brockhaus, [log in to unmask], Monica Di Gregorio, [log in to unmask])    

Comparing Political Networks (Manuel Fischer, [log in to unmask], Petr Ocelík, [log in to unmask])

Complexity and Multiplexity – Exploring Subnational Climate Policy Networks (Ulrike Zeigermann, [log in to unmask], Marlene Kammerer, [log in to unmask])   

From Texts to Networks: Semantic, Socio-semantic, and Discourse Networks (Lukáš Lehotský, [log in to unmask])

Social Movement Networks in Times of Crisis (Katia Pilati, [log in to unmask], Eva Fernandez Guzman, [log in to unmask])  

Social Network Approaches to Environmental Issues and Contestation (Mark Stoddart, [log in to unmask])

The panel abstracts are available in the attachment. 

If you are interested in proposing a paper on one of the topics listed above, please send a paper proposal to the corresponding panel organizer(s) by January 31, 2020, including the following information:

- paper title and abstract (no more than 500 words)

- institutional affiliation (all authors)

- email address linked with a myECPR account (all authors)

Once papers have been selected, they will then need to be submitted to the ECPR via their submission system. Authors must have a myECPR account (more details here). The official call will remain open until 19 February 2020.  

Please feel free reply to this email for further information. 


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