Although “D2.4: Report on Comparative Findings and Assessment of Risk Factors to Democratic Quality” was submitted some while ago, seen substantial new research in this area by PaCE done by the Paris-Londron University of Salzburg has been done since then – with new results about relative deprivation among other factors. The updated report is available here:
Elements in the Simulation Agent-based simulation of the co-evolution of: voter attitudes/voting, party policy, social influence and social network. This is an evidence-led simulation focussing on Austria 2013-2017 (during the ‘immigration crisis’). Details in the following reports: D2.5-Lessons learned from simulation analysisD4.3-Populism and opinion dynamics A 2D illustration of...
The complete data set of parties used for the comparative analysis in PaCE, produced by Dimitrios Syrrakos and Takis Pappas is freely available.
A spreadsheet with the dataA report describing the data, including the fields etc.An interactive infographic summarising the data
When: Thursday 19 May 2022, 13:00 – 17:00 CET
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