Eilert Sundts hus
Moltke Moesvei 31
The Department of Political Science at the University of Oslo is hosting Europe's biggest gathering of political scientists this year!
Professor Oddbjørn Knutsen will give an overview of the book "The Nordic Models in Political Science. Challenged, but still viable?". He will also comment on his two chapters "Political parties and party systems" and "Social cleavages and political value conflicts".
Tore Wig and Øyvind Østerud will discuss the topic "Trump in The White House: Increased risk of war?". The discussion will be based on Wig's op-ed article "Sleepless in the Age of Trump" in the Norwegian daily Klassekampen.
PhD Candidate Martin Søyland will present the Talk of Norway project with description, how to get involved, and examples of usage.
PhD Candidate Lisanne de Blok will present the paper "Responsible Government, Responsive Citizens? The impact of responsibility perceptions on the link between performance evaluation and political support", co-authored with Wouter van der Brug og Tom van der Meer.
Lisanne is a part of the Programme group "Challenges to Democratic Representation" and is visiting Oslo these days to work with Staffan Kumlin and Atle Haugsgjerd who will also chair.
Tittel: "Iskald krig – norske agenter bak jernteppet mot slutten av den kalde krigen"
Title: "An Intra-party Democracy Index"
Title: "Democratization in the Modern Age: The Evolution of Knowledge Since World War II"
Postdoctoral Fellow Zoltán Fazekas, Department of Political science, UiO: "Selecting the Sensational: Explaining Media Coverage of Political Polls".
Title: "Reasonableness in index-making"
PhD Candidate Peter Egge Langsæther, Department of Political science, UiO: "How Religion Affects Party Preference: Evidence from 15 countries on the Role of Political Values"