Prof Jorge Lanzaro, Universidad de la Republica Uruguay
Instituto de Ciencia Politica
Universidad de la Republica Uruguay
Montevideo - 11200
Dr Malgorzata Kaczorowska, University of Warsaw, Poland, email@example.com
Prof Duncan McDonnell, Griffith University, Australia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof Elin Naurin, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, email@example.com
Dr Beth Ginsberg, University of Connecticut, USA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Holly-Ann Garnett, Royal Military College of Canada, Canada, Holly-Ann.Garnett@rmc-cmr.ca
A/Prof Elin Bjarnegård, Uppsala University, Sweden, Elin.Bjarnegard@statsvet.uu.se
Prof Marian Sawer, Australian National University, Australia, email@example.com
Prof StaffanLindberg, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof Johanna Kirstin Birnir, University of Maryland, USA, email@example.com
Recognized as a research committee in 2011.
IPSA-ECP focuses on the analysis of elections, citizen activism, and political parties, within and across nation-states, using multiple methods. Elections include the role of electoral systems and electoral management, electoral reform, political representation, gender quotas, and the regulation of campaign and party funding. Parties are the key actors on the ‘supply-side’ of electoral competition, structuring voting choices, selecting candidates, offering policy platforms, campaigning, and organizing the allocation of legislative and executive offices. Lastly citizen activism includes research on political participation and voting behavior, the ‘demand-side’ of electoral competition determining party performance.