PAST SEMINARS

11
Apr
Gabriel Leon (King’s College, London): The Social Dynamics of Collective Action: Evidence from the Captain Swing Riots, 1830-31
2:30pm
04
Apr
Stefanie Walter (Zurich U.): To accommodate or not accommodate? Shaping post-disintegration relations with a leaving state
2:30pm
28
Mar
Nolan McCarty (Princeton): Party Polarization and the Changing American Constitutional System: The Case of Federalism
2:30pm
26
Mar
Ignacio Sánchez-Cuenca (UC3M): The Historical Roots of Political Violence
2:30pm
21
Mar
Christina Zuber (Konstanz U.): Nation, Class, and Parties: The Electoral Mobilization of Social Identities in Imperial Austria
2:30pm
14
Mar
Shanker Satyanath (NYU): Social networks and repression
2:30pm
28
Feb
Cancelled Cameron Ballard-Rosa’s seminar
2:30pm
14
Feb
CANCELLED Jordi Domènech’s seminar
2:30pm
31
Jan
David Rueda (Oxford U.): Income, Insurance and Support for Redistribution: An Experimental Approach
2:30pm
17
Jan
Michael Becher (Toulouse): Labor Unions and Unequal Representation
2:30pm
20
Dec
Laia Balcells (Georgetown U.): Do Museums Promote Reconciliation? Field Experiments on Transitional Justice
2:30pm
22
Nov
Andreu Arenas (IPEG-UPF): Party bans: deterrence or backlash? Evidence from the Basque Country
2:30pm
30
Oct
Aina Gallego (IBEI): From Job Polarization to Political Discontent?: The Political Implications of Digitalization
12:30pm
26
Jun
Dídac Queralt (Yale University): Preference for Secession: The Divide over Catalan Independence
12:00pm
25
Jun
Anne-Laure Delatte (CEPII – Paris): Moral Suasion on Private Lending : Evidence from France
2:30pm
31
May
Royce Carroll (Essex University): Ideology, Traits and Attitudes toward Immigration in the UK
2:30pm
29
May
Deniz Aksoy (Washington U. in St. Louis): Partisanship and Local Security Outcomes
2:30pm
24
May
David Carter (Washington U. in St. Louis): Systemic Crises and the Emergence of Border Disputes
12:00pm
22
May
Dawn Teele (U. of Pennsylvania): The Gender Gap in the Past
12:00pm
17
May
Jan Teorell (Lund University): Bureaucracy and Growth: A Long-Run Panel Analysis
2:30pm