“Speaking Democracy” accepted for ISA Convention 2015

We are happy to announce that we will present our research on the changing self-presentation of IOs at the ISA’s Annual Convention 2015. Our paper that will review first findings from our data will be on a great panel on Legitimacy and Legitimation of International Organizations: Sources and ConsequencesWe are looking forward for discussions with you and the colleagues on our panel.

The panel will chaired by Jonas Tallberg (Stockholm University). Michael Zürn (WZB) and Christian Rauh (WZB) will discuss the following papers:

  • Sources of Popular Legitimacy for International Organizations
    • Lisa Dellmuth (Stockholm University)
    • Jonas Tallberg (Stockholm University)
  • Legitimation Effect: Do Foreign Publics Care About IO Approval in the Use of Military Force?
    • Daniel Maliniak (University of California San Diego)
    • Michael J. Tierney (College of William and Mary)
  • Could Procedural Improvements Increase Public Support for Climate Change Mitigation?
    • Brilé Anderson (ETH Zürich)
    • Aya Kachi (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zürich)
  • How to Explain the Variance of Public Legitimation Discourses on International Organizations: The EU, the G8 and the UN in National Media Communication, 1998-2013
    • Henning Schmidtke (University of Bremen)
    • Dominika Biegon (University of Bremen)
    • Jennifer Gronau (University of Bremen)
    • Frank Nullmeier (University of Bremen)
    • Steffen Schneider (University of Bremen)
  • Speaking Democracy: Why International Organizations Adopt a Democratic Rhetoric
    • Klaus Dingwerth (Universität St. Gallen)
    • Henning Schmidtke (University of Bremen)
    • Tobias Weise (Universität St. Gallen)
    • Jonas Wodarz (University of Bremen)

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