9 February: lecture on coalition agenda-setting (Access Europe)

This lecture by David Fortunato (Texas A&M University) focuses on coalition agenda-setting and asks how we can best explain the ways in which coalition parties divide the legislative agenda. During his lecture, Fortunato will derive from literature three models to understand how coalition government go about dividing the legislative agenda, and critically test these models using original legislative and public opinion data of seven parliamentary democracies.
About the speaker David Fortunato is assistant professor of Political Science at Texas A&M University. He studies political insitutions and their effects on legislative behavior, political-economic outcomes, and voter behavior.
Time & location: Thursday 9 February, 15:30-17:00, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Roeterseilandcampus, Common Room Political Science department (B9.22)