ISPO events

Workshops

Workshops are an instrument used by ISPO to present partial findings of the working groups to foreign guests and leading experts in the field. The seminars include discussion of the findings themselves, methodology used, and the problems researchers encounter. Discussions often result in expert recommendations leading to further improvement in research techniques, or the establishing of contact with experts from domestic institutions in the various countries, thus creating opportunities for effective international cooperation.

 This page presents findings from various workshops and meetings.

Podzimní semestr 2009/2010

27.10 v 18:00 (místnost U53)
Bohuš Binka: Zelený extrémismus Zelený extrémismus (1,55 MB)
Diskutující: J. Urbanovská



13.10 v 18:00 (místnost U53)
Pavel Dufek:  Síla konceptuálních rozlišení, aneb jak vyrobit kosmopolitní spravedlnost pro každého  Síla konceptuálních rozlišení, aneb jak vyrobit kosmopolitní spravedlnost pro každého (259,10 KB)
Diskutující: Ondřej Císař 

 

 


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27. říjen 2006

"Parliamentary Elections and Party Landscape in the Visegrád Group Countries"

program of conference aviablezde here.

Working papers:

Andzej Antoszewski:

A Turning Point? Polish 2005 Parliamentary Election and Consolidation of Party System A Turning Point? Polish 2005 Parliamentary Election and Consolidation of Party System

Sarah Birch:

Elections, Electoral Systems and Party Systems in the Visegrad States, 2005-2006 Elections, Electoral Systems and Party Systems in the Visegrad States, 2005-2006

Zsolt Enyedi:

Stability in the shadow of chaos. The Hungarian party system in 2006 Stability in the shadow of chaos. The Hungarian party system in 2006

Olga Gyárfášová, Vladimir Krivý:

Elections, Electoral Systems and Party Systems in the Visegrad States, 2005-2006 Electoral behaviour - persistent volatility or clear sign of consolidation?

Roman Chytilek, Jakub Šedo:

Party System Stability and Territorial Patterns of Electoral Competition in the Czech Republic Party System Stability and Territorial Patterns of Electoral Competition in the Czech Republic

Marek Rybář:

Maxmilián Strmiska:

The Czech party system: a few observations on the properties and working logic of the Czech party arrangement The Czech party system: a few observations on the properties and working logic of the Czech party arrangement


Róbert Tardos:

Polish Voters 2005: Volatility at Its Extreme or a Brave New World of Stabilization Poles on the rise facing each other with a delicate balance in the Hungarian case
(first draft)

Poles on the rise facing each other with a delicate balance in the Hungarian case Poles on the rise facing each other with a delicate balance in the Hungarian case

(second draft)

Artur Wołek:

Polish Voters 2005: Volatility at Its Extreme or a Brave New World of Stabilization Polish Voters 2005: Volatility at Its Extreme or a Brave New World of Stabilization


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"Local political pluralism: Brno in three centuries"

Conference themes (a discussion is scheduled after every second theme):

1. Pluralism in politics and society before 1938

2. Pluralism in the Brno society stripped of freedom?

3. Political pluralism in Brno after 1990

4. Elections and referenda 1919-2004

The conference programme can be downloaded zde here.


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