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Afterword : on communities, language, and everyday (academic) citizenship
Revamping the menu – or just offering what’s in stock? Candidate list volatility in open-list PR systems. Evidence from Finland
Why do parties change candidate lists between elections? Although candidate list volatility is an important indicator of the responsiveness of electoral representation, it has received little attention in research. We offer ...
The conditional effect of personal vote-seeking behaviors on MPs electoral performance: Evidence from an open-list PR system
Considerable research argues that voters reward personal vote-seeking behaviors. The expected electoral gain would be the primary driver of MPs' action. Nevertheless, empirical evidence is scarce, and the findings do not ...
Paritätsgesetz oder Wahlrechtsreform? : Warum Deutschland beides braucht
Translators as mediators of citizenship : rethinking community in relational translation
Translation is often assumed to be successful if it builds understanding beyond linguistic barriers. In contrast, failed translation signals miscommunication. The article challenges this assumption to explore the potentials ...
Gender budgeting in the crossroad of gender policy and public financial management : The Finnish case
This article analyses the implementation of gender budgeting (GB) in Finland. It pays attention to recent shifts in governance and public finance management and their effects on GB. It provides new insight about the ...
The politics of platform work: representation in the age of digital labour
(Edward Elgar, 2021)
Representation of platform workers in politics and labour market relations is a multifaceted problem. On the one hand platform work is complicated in policymaking, owing to the grey areas in labour and competition law. On ...