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PinEAD Workshop #1
18 May 2020, Duisburg


Christine Unrau, Katja Freistein, Frank Gadinger   KHK, Duisburg
Behind Walls and Inside Houses: How Right-Wing Populists Narrate Anti-Globalization

Axel Klein   IN-EAST, IfP
(No) Populism in Japan

Taylan Yildiz   IfP, NRW School of Governance
Pop goes the Weasel. Zur Poetologie des Populismus

PinEAD Workshop #2: How to Measure Populism
02 July 2021

This (closed) workshop offered scholars working on populism a platform to present and discuss their particular research methods (e.g. qualitative data analysis, expert surveys & interviews, analyses of voter behavior).


Hannes MOSLER, Frédéric KRUMBEIN & Axel KLEIN
Measuring populism in East Asian democracies

Measuring Populism with Elite and Expert Surveys

YEN Wei-Ting
Economic insecurity as a root cause of populism in Taiwan?

Sebastian JUNGKUNZ
How Populist Attitude Scales Fail to Capture Support for Populists in Power

Christoph NGUYEN
Measuring right-wing political attitudes and the rejection of outgroups through survey experiments

PinEAD Workshop #3: Populism in South Korea and East Asia
7–8 July 2023

This (closed) workshop was supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF), hosted by the Chair for Korean Politics and Society (Prof. Hannes B. Mosler).

Axel KLEIN (University of Duisburg-Essen)
Chang-Ryong OH (National Assembly Research Service, Seoul)
Chulki HONG (Sogang University, Seoul)
Frédéric KRUMBEIN (Tel Aviv University)
Hannes B. MOSLER (University of Duisburg-Essen)
Hee Kyoung CHANG (University of Duisburg-Essen)
Joohyung KIM (Seoul National University)
Willy JOU (Waseda University, Tokyo)

International Workshop: Populism and Democracy in East Asia
8–9 March 2024, Seoul National University

Axel Klein   University of Duisburg-Essen
Combustibles, Fuel & Fire: A Psychological (?) Approach to Transgressive Populism
Discussant: Ha, Shang E.   Sogang University, Seoul

Hannes Mosler   University of Duisburg-Essen
Latent Triggers for Populism in South Korea
Discussant: Kang, Myunghoon   Pohang University of Science and Technology

Oh, Changrhyong   National Assembly Research Service
Political Values of South Korean Millennials: Between Populism and Meritocracy?
Discussant: Koo, Sejin   Inha University, Incheon

Willy Jou   Waseda University
Looking for Populist Issues and Parties in Japan
Discussant: Lee, Jung-Hwan   Seoul National University

Frédéric Krumbein   Tel Aviv University
The Role of Populism in Taiwan’s 2024 Election
Discussant: Chang, Young Hee   Chungnam National University, Daejeon

Hong, Chulki   Korea Institute for National Unification
From Minjung to P’op’yullijŭm: A Conceptual History of Populism in South Korea, 1920-2020
Discussant: Chang, Whi   Yonsei Institute for North Korean Studies, Seoul

Kim, Joohyung   Seoul National University
Populism and Democracy: Redirecting the Debate
Discussant: Willy Jou   Waseda University, Tokyo

This workshop was supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF).

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