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«DETERMINANTS AND CONSEQUENCES OF PREFERENCE VOTING: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS»

Rettorato,Universita' di Roma 17 novembre 2014


17 NOVEMBER | OPENING SESSION |(8:45 A.M. 9:15 A.M.) DETERMINANTS AND CONSEQUENCES OF PREFERENCE VOTING Fulco Lanchester, Director of the Department of Political Sciences, Professor of Comparative Public Law, Sapienza University, Rome Oreste Massari, professor of Political Science, Sapienza University, Rome Stefano Ceccanti, professor of Comparative Public Law, Sapienza University Giovanni Maria Vianello, International Office, Sapienza University Rome Gianluca Passarelli, assistant professor of Political Science, Sapienza University, Rome 17 NOVEMBER | SECTION 1 (9:15 A.M.1:15 P.M.) PREFERENCE VOTING, ELECTORAL SYSTEMS AND POLITICAL PARTIES Audrey Andr, Universiteit Antwerpen, Sam Depauw, Vrije Universiteit Brussel The Incidence and Distribution of Preference Voting across Different Types of Elections in Belgium sa Bengtsson, bo Akademi University, Finland Intra-list competition and incumbency advantage in open-list PR: The case of Finland Daniel Bochsler, University of Zurich Getting the constituencies right: When are mixed-member electoral systems proportional? Roman Chytilek, Peter Spac, Masaryk University, Czech Republic The balance of party and voter preferences in semi-open lists systems: The cases of the Czech Republic and Slovakia Ellis S. Krauss, University of California, San Diego Election systems and bicameralism in Japan: why Japan is not the U.K. Matthew S. Shugart and Christine Cahill, University of California, Davis The Incentives (or Lack of Incentives) for MPs to Cultivate Personal Votes in Flexible List Systems Gianluca Passarelli, Sapienza University, Rome Preferential voting in Italy: the worst of electoral systems? A diachronic analysis