Research Output and outreach
Project Conference Papers
Khokhlova A., Ershova A., Yordanova N., Schmidt F. D. "Authority Expansion of the EU under Conditions of Contested Policy Integration". EPSA 2022, COMPTEXT 2022, ECPR GC 2022, SGEU ECPR 2022.
Khokhlova A., Ershova A., Yordanova N. "Haste Makes Waste? Legislative negotiations in the light of public salience, polarization and institutional conflict". EPSA 2022 and SGEU ECPR 2022.
Schmidt F., Vulić I., and Glavaš G. SLICER: Sliced Fine-Tuning for Low-Resource Cross-Lingual Transfer for Named Entity Recognition. Proceedings of the 2022 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP). Abu Dhabi, 2022.
Schmidt F., Vulić I., Glavaš G. Don't Stop Fine-Tuning: On Training Regimes for Few-Shot Cross-Lingual Transfer with Multilingual Language Models. Proceedings of the 2022 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP). Abu Dhabi, 2022.
Litschko R., Vulić I., Glavaš G. Parameter-Efficient Neural Reranking for Cross-Lingual and Multilingual Retrieval. Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING), Gyeongju, 2022.
Yordanova N., Khokhlova A., Ershova A., Schmidt F. D., Glavaš G. (2021) “Curb EU Enthusiasm: Categorising the Commission’s Responsiveness” presented at European Political Science Association 2021 conference, University Association for Contemporary European Studies 2021 conference, and INDIVEU workshop 2021.
Ershova A., Khokhlova A., Yordanova N. (2021) “Constraining the Agency to Please the Public: the New Mode of Responsiveness in the EU” presented at the European Political Science Association 2021 conference, the American Political Science Association 2021.
Data Set Releases
Sylvester C., Greene Z., Ebing B., (2022) "ParlEE plenary speeches data set: Annotated full-text of 21.6 million sentence-level plenary speeches of eight EU states", https://doi.org/10.7910/DVN/ZY3RV7, Harvard Dataverse.
Blog posts by the EUINACTION team members
Ershova A. and S.A. Popa (2021) ‘The public are more likely to comply with COVID-19 measures adopted in countries they believe handled the pandemic better than the UK.’ LSE Policy and Politics Blog. Available at: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/covid19-compliance-policies-abroad/
Greene, Z. and L. Toner (2021) `Parties’ increased reliance on online forms of communication may hold serious consequences for both their functioning and their relationship with the public.’ LSE British Politics and Policy. Available at: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/parties-online-communication/
Greene, Z. and M Luhiste (2021) ‘Why certain lifestyles and interests may have influenced COVID-19 decision-making more than others.’ LSE British Politics and Policy Blog. Available at: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/descriptive-substantive-representation-covid19/
Yordanova N., M. Angelova, R. Lehrer, M. Osnabrügge M. and S. Renes (2020) ‘Why EU member states should take heed of the sovereignty concerns of their citizens.’ EUROPP European Politics and Policy LSE Blog. Available at: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2020/12/21/why-eu-member-states-should-take-heed-of-the-sovereignty-concerns-of-their-citizens/
Aleksandra Khokhlova, Nikoleta Yordanova, and Anastasia Ershova were interviewed about their research on EU policy responsiveness. Find the article here
Our results were presented to the public and policy stakeholders at Synergy'22 on 16 June 2022
The EUINACTION project held a poster presentation titled: "Who does the EU listen to and when? Utilizing Machine learning to understand EU policy responses" at the EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) 2022 that took takes place on 13-16 July 2022 in Leiden (the Netherlands), the European City of Science 2022.
Anastasia Ershova held an invited talk discussing the politics of delegation in the EU at the Department of Politics Colloquium, Strathclyde University, 05 November 2022