Susumu Shikano

Political Methodology

Susumu Shikano is Professor of Political Methodology. He is doing research on spatial models of politics and diverse topics in political behavior. Before coming to Konstanz, he was professor ad interim at the University of Potsdam (2008) and assistant professor at the University of Mannheim (2001-2008). He received a Dr. phil (2001) and venia legendi (2007) for political science from the University of Mannheim.

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Upcoming presentation at the AK Handlungs- und Entscheidungstheorie

Susumu Shikano will present the paper "A paradox of digital innovation in political participation: Emerging new digital divides" at the upcoming annual meeting of the AK Handlungs- und Entscheidungstheorie, 23.-24. May 2019 at the University of Bremen. The paper is co-authored with Theresa Küntzler (CDM) and Taehee Kim (University of Oldenburg).

Upcoming presentation at MPSA Conference in Chicago

Susumu Shikano will present a paper "Ballot Sequence and Choice Set Effects on Voting in Mixed-Member Electoral Systems" (co-authored with Erik Herron, West Virginia University) at the upcoming annual conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, 4.-7. April 2019 in Chicago.

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