Doctoral Seminar

All doctoral students are given a regular opportunity to present an update on the progress of their research in a seminar. These meetings allow the institute’s professors and other doctoral students to provide their input and feedback by making comments and proposing improvements.

Research seminars usually take place at lunchtime and are open to the public. They consist in a follow-up (lasting 45 minutes) or a preliminary thesis meeting (lasting 60 to 90 minutes). At the end of preliminary thesis meeting, the public are asked to leave the room so that the thesis jury can deliberate in private.

The research seminar programme is available below. Please note that the seminar will be presented and discussed in the language of the thesis’s title.

Programme 2020

The first date in June will be probably cancelled or post-poned (due to health crisis).

Date Title Type
10.06.20 | CANCELLED National decision-making processes for prioritizing and funding of large-scale research infrastructures by Isabel Bolliger (12:00) Follow up
CANCELLED Digital health prevention programs in the public administration : securing motivation and long-term use of digital health services and devices by Stefan Stepanovic (12:45) Follow up
25.08.20 (11:00) | salle 005 | compulsory registration Strategic Taxes and Sticky Grants: tax-setting and spending effects of fiscal equalization par Nicola Mauri Suivi
25.08.20 | Compulsory registration To register
23.09.20 | room 201 + zoom Support for redistribution in multi-ethnic societies: understanding deservingness hierarchies in the provision of social welfare by Mia Gandenberger (12:00) Follow up
Legal and organizational dilemmas emerging from Open Government Data policies by Clarissa Valli Buttow (12:45) Follow up
The dynamics of business interest groups by Laura Gatto (13:30) Follow up
29.09.20 (11:00) | room 201 Essays on Open Government Data by Auriane Marmier Preliminary thesis meeting
14.10.20 (12:45) | room 003 The impact of asylum experience and refugees' resources by Ihsanne Otmani Follow up
26.11.20 (10:30) | salle 006 Les ressources financières et humaines des partis politiques suisses par Jérémy Vouilloz Follow up
09.12.20 (12:00) | room 003 Homogénéité politique, hétérogénéité politique, démocratie intra-parti, centralisation, décentralisation by Nahuel Aguilar Follow up

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