NOUS Spotlight: Ekkehard Koehler: Do Politicians Discriminate Against (Polarized) Constituents?
February 22 @ 15:00 - 16:00 CET
NOUS Spotlight is an ongoing series of brief, focused Zoom meetings for scholarly discussion. In February, Ekkehard Koehler (University of Siegen, Germany) will present his work on the question “Do Politicians Discriminate Against (Polarized) Constituents? A Field Experiment on State Legislators before the 2020 Election”. The talk will be moderated by Lotta Stern (Ratio Institute and Stockholm University, Sweden). Interested? Register by mail to email@example.com to obtain the Zoom access link.
Each of the meetings begins with one scholar presenting some piece or aspect of his work in a short, max. 15-minute introduction. After that, there is time for questions and discussion within the group, under the guidance of a moderator. NOUS Spotlight is directed at a scholarly public. Its aim is to foster interdisciplinary international discourse: We want to share and discuss what we are currently working on. We cover a very wide range of fascinating topics.