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Semih Çakir wins the prize for the best MA student presentation at the CSDC Graduate Conference
Several Chair-members presented their work at the CSDC Graduate Student Conference, that took place in Québec City on 13-14 April 2018. Special mention for Florence Vallée-Dubois, who co-organized the conference, and for Semih Çakir, who was awarded the prize for the best MA student presentation. Congratulations! Semih Çakir presenting his research on partisanship in […] Read more
Semra Sevi interviewed on the topic of expat voting!
Semra Sevi gave an interview to CTV to discuss Canadian expatriates’ right to vote in federal elections. You can see the interview here. Read more
Team activity: Axe throwing!
Front row, from left to right: Fanny Geoffrion, Semra Sevi, Grégoire Saint-Martin-Audet, Fernando Feitosa and Maxime Coulombe. Back row, from left to right: Dieter Stiers, Philippe Mongrain, Ruth Dassonneville, Florence Vallée-Dubois, Semih Çakir, Christian Schimpf and Alexandra Jabbour. Read more
New publication: Gender, Political Knowledge and Descriptive Representation
The paper ‘Gender, Political Knowledge and Descriptive Representation’, co-authored by Ruth Dassonneville and Ian McAllister is now forthcoming in the American Journal of Political Science. The full article is available (online first) here. A short blogpost summarizing the main results can be found here. Read more
Formation : Introduction au logiciel Stata
13 February 2018 • 9h00 13 February 2018 • 12h00
Pavillon Lionel-Groulx, C-7147
Co-organisée par la Chaire de recherche du Canada en démocratie électorale et la Chaire de recherche en études électorales Enseignant : Jean-François Daoust La première partie de la formation consiste en une introduction/révision à la régression OLS et logistique, leurs postulats et leurs logiques respectives. Il sera question d’interpréter les coefficients et l’ampleur de leurs effets […] Read more
Introducing the Chair logo!
Proud to present the logo of the Canada Research Chair in Electoral Democracy Read more
The article ‘About time: age, period, and cohort effects on support for Quebec sovereignty‘, co-authored by Florence Vallée-Dubois, Ruth Dassonneville and Jean-François Godbout is now available online. The article is forthcoming in Nations and Nationalism. Abstract Can age, period and cohort effects help explain support for Quebec sovereignty? Previous work on this question has […] Read more
4th Leuven-Montréal Winter School on Elections
3 March 2018 10 March 2018
4th Leuven-Montréal Winter School on Elections In collaboration with the Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) Supported by the ECPR Standing Group on Public Opinion and Voting Behaviour in a Comparative Perspective & The Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship 3 March – 10 March 2017, Montréal (Canada) Elections […] Read more
Appearance on Planète Terre to talk about the German elections
The full episode can be found here. Read more
New research project: Elections as a Linkage Mechanism between Public Opinion and Policy Outcomes, a longitudinal and comparative analysis
The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) has announced the results of the February 2017 competition of its Insight Development Grants program. One of the funded research projects is a project on ‘Elections as a Linkage Mechanism between Public Opinion and Policy Outcomes’, that will be supervised by Ruth Dassonneville. Summary of the […] Read more