Daniel Møller Eriksen wins best paper award

PhD student in political science, Daniel Møller Eriksen, receives the Bryan Jones Best Paper Award for his paper ’Politics as usual on social media? How party competition dynamics diffuse into new arenas’.

Daniel Møller Eriksen
Daniel Møller Eriksen Photo: Privat
Daniel Møller Eriksen receives the award at the CAP conference. Photo: Private
Daniel Møller Eriksen received the best paper award at this year's CAP Conference. Bryan Jones stands next to Daniel (in a blue shirt), while Frank Baumgartner facing away from the camera (in a white polo). Photo: Private

Daniel Møller Eriksen’s paper ’Politics as usual on social media? How party competition dynamics diffuse into new arenas’ was identified as the best paper by a junior scholar presented at the Comparative Agendas Project conference 2022 in Israel.

”The conference in Israel was the first time I participated in an academic conference, so I didn't expect to win an award. I’m humbled to receive this recognition. Firstly, because the CAP conference is a fantastic community of scholars with an interest in the study of agenda-setting. Secondly, since Bryan Jones and Frank Baumgartner are two of my greatest academic idols, receiving a prize from them is a great honor,” says Daniel Møller Eriksen.

Daniel Møller Eriksen received the award at this year’s CAP conference in Antwerp this week.

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