Presentation at ECPR General Conference 2021

  • DATE / TIME:
    2021/08/30    08:00 - 2021/09/03    17:00

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    Organiser: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)


    • Dr Sabrina Kirschke, Senior Research Associate, UNU-FLORES
    • Nasir Uddin Akif, Student Assistant, UNU-FLORES


    • Dr Selen A. ErcanAssociate Professor, Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis, University of Canberra 
    • Dr Koen P.R. Bartels, Senior Lecturer, University of Birmingham

    The ECPR General Conference is an annual event that facilitates the development of political science across Europe by delivering an interactive and engaging platform for discussion, debate and innovative thinking. With around 500 panels across 70 sections, the academic programme covers the breadth of political science. 

    During the 5 day conference Dr Sabrina Kirschke and Nasir Uddin Akif (UNU-FLORES) contribute a presentation entitled “The role of problem structures in social science nexus research. A scientometric analysis.” within the section: Navigating Complexity in Policy and Politics: Prospects and Challenges.

    The exact date and time of this session will be updated once the programme has been finalised.


    ECPR was founded in 1970. Since then, it has developed into a leading European academic association with a mission to advance political science. The ECPR helps interpret the world’s complex and changing political landscape for the benefit of all.

    The conference brings together scholars from across all regional and national borders and all sub-disciplines of political science, providing a forum for rich discussion and the advancement of research.

    The academic programme is split into several sections, each encompassing panels addressing a common theme.

    In addition to sections and panels, there are roundtables, a plenary lecture and an engaging social programme.

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