Englisch Schumpeter-Nachwuchsgrupppe "Was machen eigentlich Parlamente?"
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According to Frank Zappa, Jazz is not dead, it just smells funny. The same is true for parliaments, at least according to the opinion of the majority. In our project, which is funded with a Schumpeter-Fellowship by the Volkswagen Foundation, we aim to systematically and comparatively investigate whether the alleged decline of parliaments holds true empirically. more

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  • 17.01.2018

    Publication "How Legislative Democracy Creates Political Parties"

    by Dr. Michael Koß more

  • 01.12.2015

    Third conference of the Standing Group on Parliaments of the ECPR

    The third conference of the Standing Group on Parliaments of the ECPR (European Consortium of Political Research) will take place in Munich between 30 June and 2nd July 2016. The conference will bring together 60–80 senior and junior scholars of the field. Away from the hectic bustle of large-scale conferences it will offer unique opportunities for detailed discussions and networking. The academic programme will be completed by a social programme including a tour of the 150-year-old Bavarian Parliament and of one of Munich's world-class museums, and a visit to one of Munich's most famous beer gardens. more

  • 15.06.2015

    Challenges to Parliamentarism in the 19th and 21st centuries

    An interdisciplinary workshop of the Schumpeter research group “What do parliaments actually do?” at the LMU’s Center for Advanced Studies (CAS), 11–12 June 2015 more

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