Dates: May 10th-11th, 2018
Venue: University of Barcelona
Scientific committee: Peter Esaiasson (University of Gothenburg), Jordi Muñoz (University of Barcelona), Elisabeth Ivarsflaten (University of Bergen), Eva Anduiza (Autonomous University of Barcelona), Thomas J. Leeper (London School of Economics and Political Science).
Deadline for paper proposals: 31st January 2018
The workshop is an event conceived to bring together researchers who use experimental methodology to address political phenomena. Empirical works from any subfield of the discipline are welcome. We also welcome methodological contributions, and works that explore the relationship between experimental and observational data. We encourage both advanced papers and presentations of experimental designs at an early stage. Both senior and junior scholars are encouraged to participate. This is the third edition of the workshop. Last year it gathered a diverse set of scholars from several countries with high quality contributions. Full program and papers of previous editions can be found here.
The workshop will accommodate about 15 presentations over the course of two days, plus a keynote lecture.
We invite those interested in participating in the workshop to submit paper proposals (including name, affiliation and position of author/s and an abstract) before January 31, 2018 through this form or to this email: email@example.com The paper selection will be notified by February 28, 2018.
Participants are encouraged to seek funding for travel from their home institutions; although a limited number travel grants might be available for PhD Students with quality contributions and no alternative sources of funding. Please direct general enquiries to Jordi Muñoz (firstname.lastname@example.org), and logistic questions to Alejandra Suárez (email@example.com)