July 9, 2014 - Training

Analyse des élections parlementaires de mai 2014


Laurie Beaudonnethttp://pol.umontreal.ca/repertoire-departement/vue/beaudonnet-laurie/ is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science, Université de Montréal. She holds a PhD from the European University Institute in Florence, Italy. Her current research focuses on how political values and the perceptions of public policies affect political support in multilevel systems.

Her research and teaching interests include public opinion, comparative political behaviour, European integration, European identity, welfare regimes and quantitative methods.









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Mandatory readings:


  • Hix, S., & Marsh, M. (2011). Second-order effects plus pan-European political swings: An analysis of European Parliament elections across time. Electoral Studies30(1), 4-15.
  • Franklin, M. (2006). European elections and the European voter. Dans: Jeremy Richardson (ed) European Union: power and policy-making, Routledge, Chapitre 3, 227-246.
  • Hix, S., Noury, A. G., & Roland, G. (2007). Democratic politics in the European Parliament. Cambridge University Press, Chapitre 1 “Development of the European Parliament”, 12-31
  • Van Spanje, J., & de Vreese, C. (2011). So what’s wrong with the EU? Motivations underlying the Eurosceptic vote in the 2009 European elections. European Union Politics12(3), 405-429.
  • De Vries, C. E., & Edwards, E. E. (2009). Taking Europe To Its Extremes Extremist Parties and Public Euroscepticism. Party Politics15(1)


 (A review of the following websites is also strongly recommended : http://www.votewatch.eu/, http://euandi.eu/, http://www.electio2014.eu/)

This conference is part of the Summer School «Gouvernance européenne et globale» (July 7th-12th, 2014).

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