PAST SEMINARS

29
Feb
Vicente Valentim (Oxford): The Normalisation of the Radical Right: A Norms Theory of Political Supply and Demand
2:30pm
15
Feb
Carl Henrik Knutsen (Oslo): Synthesizing Research through Total Model Space: The Case of Democracy and Growth
2:30pm
01
Feb
Macarena Ares (UB): A life course approach to political preference formation across social classes
2:30pm
25
Jan
Margit Tavits (Washington University in St.Louis): Women and Men Politicians’ Response to War: Evidence from Ukraine
2:30pm
18
Jan
Asya Magazinnik (Hertie School in Berlin): Constructing Constituencies: A Simulation-Based Approach for Evaluating How Electoral Maps Can Promote Minority Representation
2:30pm
16
Nov
Daniel Kselman (IE, Madrid): Political Geography, Party Unity, and Polarization
2:30pm
02
Nov
Miriam A. Golden (EUI): Effects on Reelection Rates of the Introduction of Merit Civil Service Appointments in U.S. States
2:30pm
19
Oct
Miriam Venturini (ZURICH): The Imperfect Union: Labor Racketeering, Corruption Exposure, and Its Consequences
2:30pm
05
Jul
Alejandro Lopez Peceño (NYU): Suffrage Expansion and Political Development: Insights from 19th-Century France (with Anne Degrave and Arturas Rozenas) / July 5, 2023
4:00pm
29
Jun
Monika Nalepa (Chicago): Political Economy of Post-authoritarian purges and lustrations: from a global to subnational perspective – Public Lecture / June 29, 2023
10:00am
25
May
Jorge Mangonnet (Nuffield College): Family Ties and Authoritarian Distribution to Elites in Paraguay, 1954-2007 / May 25, 2023
2:30pm
27
Apr
David Rueda (Oxford) : Crime or Redistribution: Fairness, Effort and Preferences / April 27, 2023
2:30pm
13
Apr
Livia Schubiger (Oxford): Training Local Leaders to Prevent and Reduce Intimate Partner Violence: Evidence from Peru / April 13, 2023
2:30pm
23
Mar
Vera Troeger (Hamburg) : Motherhood, Leave Generosity and Academic Productivity / March 23, 2023
2:30pm
16
Mar
Verena Fetscher (Hamburg): Income, Perceptions of Inequality and Support for Redistribution: An Information Provision Experiment in the UK / March 16, 2023
2:30pm
09
Mar
Massimo Morelli (Bocconi): Does Position Taking Crowd Out Policy Making? Congressional Capacity and the Quality of Laws / March 9, 2023
2:30pm
23
Feb
Carl Müller-Crepon (LSE): Packing or Cracking Ethnic Groups? The Ethnic Roots of Administrative Geographies in Sub-Sahara Africa / Feb. 23, 2023
2:30pm
09
Feb
Anselm Hager (Humboldt): On the Causes of Feudalism: An Economic Hypothesis / Feb. 9, 2023
2:30pm
26
Jan
Sofia Breitenstein (UB): Don’t look up! Selective information exposure and the electoral punishment of corruption / Jan. 26, 2023
2:30pm
12
Jan
Marc Sanjaume (UPF): Ethnic conflict, polarization, and foot voting / Jan. 12, 2023
2:30pm