“Globalization, regional integration and their critics: Exploring the micro-foundations of political competition in the 21st century”
With the rise of populist parties in Europe, the Brexit referendum, and the election of Donald Trump as US president, critics of migration, globalization, and regional integration are on the upswing worldwide. This lecture series, organized by MEDAM researcher Esther Ademmer, deals with the manifestations, causes, and consequences of these developments, and asks how they are connected to changes in political conflicts in modern democracies. The focus is particularly on the micro-foundation of these processes: Do citizens increasingly feel that they belong to new social lines of conflict that run across the classical right-left pattern? And which role do social media play in political conflicts?
Friday, 5 October 2018
14:00 Restructuring European party competition in times of multiple crises
Swen Hutter (European University Institute)
16:00 Die Rolle sozialer Medien in der populistischen Kommunikation
Sebastian Stier (GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Monday, 8 October 2018
16:00 Increasing concerns about migration? Attitudes towards immigrants and refugees
Alexander W. Schmidt-Catran (Goethe University Frankfurt)
18:00 Die Entstehung einer neuen Konfliktlinie?
Evidenz aus Debatten in sozialen Netzwerken während der Flüchtlingskrise
Esther Ademmer & Tobias Stöhr (Kiel University & Kiel Institute for the World Economy)
Tuesday, 9 October 2018
18:00 Altruismus oder Versicherung?
Zu den Grundlagen von Verteilungspräferenzen und ihrer Identifikation
David Benček & Christian Martin (Kiel Institute for the World Economy & Kiel University)
Wednesday, 10 October 2018
14:00 Populists in Power
Manuel Funke (Kiel Institute for the World Economy)
16:00 Das populistische Einstellungssystem – Please note: This lecture is cancelled!
Heiko Giebler (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung)
Thursday, 11 October 2018
14:00 Understanding regional disintegration: Brexit, citizens and social media debates
Anamaria Dutceac Segesten (Lund University)
Friday, 12 October 2018
14:00 Austerity, Immigration or Globalization: Was Brexit predictable?
Thiemo Fetzer (University of Warwick)
16:00 Immigration and welfare state preferences
Tim Reeskens (Tilburg University)
Lectures in the series are held in German or English.
Location: Lecture Hall, Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Kiellinie 66, 24105 Kiel
Contact: Esther Ademmer, email@example.com