The Political Representation, Executives, and Political Parties Survey

The Political Representation, Executives, and Political Parties Survey

An expert survey on policy positioning and democratic linkage mechanisms

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This research network...

This research network...

... brings together renowned scholars from Europe and the Americas to study the causes and consequences of populism.
Check out the webpage for more information!

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The PERG seminar series...

The PERG seminar series...

... provides a platform for discussing research by local and international scholars in the areas of international relations, comparative politics, political economy, macroeconomics, and environmental economics.
We meet four to five times per semester and everybody is welcome to attend!

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I am Assistant Professor of Comparative Politics at the IE School of Global and Public Affairs in Madrid (Spain) and Associated Researcher at the Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa (Portugal). Before joining IE University I held a Senior Lecturer position at Swansea University (UK) and lectured at Konstanz University (Germany) and at the University of Notre Dame (USA) where I have been a visiting fellow at the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies during the academic year 2008-2009.

My research interests fall into the area of comparative politics and evolve around political parties, political institutions, women representation, ideology and issues of political representation, political preferences, and political behavior. I am also part of Team Populism, a network studying the causes and consequences of populism.

Contact Details:

nwiesehomeier (at) faculty (dot) ie (dot) edu
IE School of Global & Public Affairs
Maria de Molina 11
28006 Madrid
Spain