School of Politics and International Relations Seminar Series

Contacts

Feodor Snagovsky
School of Politics and International Relations Seminar Series

The School of Politics and International Relerations seminar series features the research of both ANU staff and visting fellows.

Upcoming events

Power Sharing in the World's Largest Democracy: Informal Consociationalism in India (and Its Decline?)

12–2pm 24 May 2018

India is one of the most diverse countries of the world but operates with a majoritarian Westminster system and simple plurality, albeit also with a federal...

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Past events

Gender, Anxiety, and Attitudes to Terrorism

4 May 2017

Social dominance orientation (SDO) measures individuals’ preference for inter-group hierarchies; that is, the idea that some groups in society should rightly...

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Pork is Policy: Dissipative Inclusion at Local Level

27 Apr 2017

This paper investigates, in subnational comparative perspective, the impact of local public policies on several indicators of the quality of life, poverty,...

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Oil Rents and Patronage: The fiscal effects of oil booms in the Argentine provinces

20 Apr 2017

When do oil dependent governments decide to spend oil rents in expanding their political machines through patronage, clientelism, and in enlarging their...

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Oil Rents and Patronage: The Fiscal Effects of Oil Booms in the Argentine Provinces

20 Apr 2017

When do oil dependent governments decide to spend oil rents in expanding their political machines through patronage, clientelism, and in enlarging their...

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Affective Response to a Territorial Threat in International Relations

30 Mar 2017

This paper (co-authored with Thomas Wynter) investigates the emotional impact on citizens of international security threats, with an emphasis on the...

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Navigating Law, Politics and Informality: A Study of the Supreme Court of the Philippines, 1986-2015

23 Mar 2017

Our talk is structured into two parts: First, drawing on insights from ongoing research of ours on judicial politics in Southeast Asia, we propose a...

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How Desirable is Intra-Party Democracy? Evidence from the Political Party Database Project

16 Mar 2017

Few scholars on political parties would disagree that intra-party democracy (IPD) is desirable. Yet, this is exactly where agreement ends. Precisely how we...

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What have we learned about constitutional design in deeply divided societies over the last quarter of a century?

9 Mar 2017

In the aftermath of the end of the cold war, constitutional transitions in South Africa (1994), Bosnia (1995), Fiji (1997), Northern Ireland (1998) and Iraq (...

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Gendered ministerial careers in three Westminster countries

2 Mar 2017

In recent years there has been an increased scholarly interest in the descriptive representation of women in executives. Particular emphasis has been given to...

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SPIR Seminar Series: Semester 1, 2017

23 Feb 2017

  Week Speaker Talk title 23 February Patrick Dunleavy "Why some bureaucratic autonomy is key...

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