BrettMeyer

Dr. Brett Meyer:“An analysis of populist leaders’ responses to Covid-19.”

Dr. Brett Meyer (Global Populism and Voting Behaviour in Advanced Democracies. Tony Blair Institute for Global Change) made this presentation at the Third Panel titled “What’s next in a post-COVID-19 world?” during the First Annual International Symposium on The Future Course of Populism in Post-pandemic Era: The State of Globalization, Multilateral Governance, and Democracy — Brussels, Belgium, February 18, 2022.

JensMaesse

Dr. Jens Maesse: “Post-neoliberalism in Europe? How economic discourses have changed through COVID-19 pandemic.”

Dr. Jens Maesse (Institute of Sociology, Justus-Liebig-University Gießen) made this presentation at the Third Panel titled “What’s next in a post-COVID-19 world?” during the First Annual International Symposium on The Future Course of Populism in Post-pandemic Era: The State of Globalization, Multilateral Governance, and Democracy — Brussels, Belgium, February 18, 2022.

AlexKlein

Dr. Axel Klein: “Is there populism in Japan? A closer look at the oldest Asian democracy.”

Dr. Axel Klein (Professor of Social Sciences on East Asia / Japanese Politics, Institute of East Asian Studies, Duisburg-Essen University) made this presentation at the Second Panel titled “Pandemic of authoritarianism/populism: The state of democratic institutions, rights and freedoms” during the First Annual International Symposium on The Future Course of Populism in Post-pandemic Era: The State of Globalization, Multilateral Governance, and Democracy — Brussels, Belgium, February 18, 2022.

NeilRobinson

Dr. Neil Robinson: “Future course of global governance under the rising hybrid regimes that cohabitate with populism.”

Dr. Neil Robinson (Professor of Comparative Politics, the University of Limerick) made this presentation at the Second Panel titled “Pandemic of authoritarianism/populism: The state of democratic institutions, rights and freedoms” during the First Annual International Symposium on The Future Course of Populism in Post-pandemic Era: The State of Globalization, Multilateral Governance, and Democracy — Brussels, Belgium, February 18, 2022.

Panel2

ECPS Symposium – Panel 2: “Pandemic of authoritarianism/populism: The state of democratic institutions, rights and freedoms”

The Second Panel of the First Annual International Symposium on The Future Course of Populism in the Post-pandemic Era: The State of Globalization, Multilateral Governance, and Democracy — Brussels, Belgium, February 18, 2022.

Moderator
Dr. Werner Pascha

Speakers
Dr. Eckart Woertz
Dr. Neil Robinson
Dr. Axel Klein

 

AlineBurni

Dr. Aline Burni: “Will the pandemic bring an end to populism? What are the lessons from the pandemic in a comparative perspective?”

Dr. Aline Burnie (Political Science, German Development Institute) made this presentation at the First Panel titled “Populism and governance in the time of pandemic” during the First Annual International Symposium on The Future Course of Populism in Post-pandemic Era: The State of Globalization, Multilateral Governance, and Democracy — Brussels, Belgium, February 18, 2022.

ManuelFunke

Dr. Manuel Funke: “Populist leaders, the economy, and the pandemic: What we can expect?”

Dr. Manuel Funke (International finance and macroeconomic, Kiel Institute for the World Economy) made this presentation at the First Panel titled “Populism and governance in the time of pandemic: What we can expect?” during the First Annual International Symposium on The Future Course of Populism in Post-pandemic Era: The State of Globalization, Multilateral Governance, and Democracy — Brussels, Belgium, February 18, 2022.

MarkFindlay

ECPS Symposium: Keynote Speech by Professor Mark Findlay

Professor Mark Findlay (Director, Center for Artificial Intelligence and Data Governance, Singapore Management University. The author of Globalization, Populism, Pandemics and the Law: The Anarchy and the Ecstasy, Edward Elgar Publishing) made this presentation as a Keynote Speech at the Opening Session of The First Annual International Symposium on The Future Course of Populism in the Post-pandemic Era: The State of Globalization, Multilateral Governance, and Democracy — Brussels, Belgium, February 18, 2022.