Based on the conceptual, empirical, and theoretical framework developed in his forthcoming Populism and Liberal Democracy: A Comparative and Theoretical Analysis (Oxford University Press, April 2019), Takis Pappas ventures to answer ten major questions: What is populism? Why does it matter? Who are the populists? Who are not populists? Where does populism thrive? What causes populism? How does populism rule? Which are the possible pathways for populist democracies to take? Why does populism threaten democracy? Can populism be resisted?
|Date||15 January 2019|
|Time||15:00 - 17:00|
Takis S. Pappas holds a PhD from Yale University and is a comparative political science researcher and writer affiliated with the University of Helsinki, Finland. He is the author of Making Party Democracy in Greece (Macmillan,1999), Populism and Crisis Politics in Greece (Palgrave, 2014), Populism and Liberal Democracy (Oxford University Press, 2019), and the co-editor of European Populism in the Shadow of the Great Recession (ECPR Press, 2015). Most of the time, he lives in Strasbourg, France, and tweets @takisspappas. Pappas is ACES Visiting Scholar from 14-18 January 2019.
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