2016-2017

October 6, 2016: Thad Dunning (UC Berkeley)
Is Paying Taxes Habit Forming? Experimental Evidence from Uruguay
Joint with CPC
12:00 PM, 422 North Hall

November 3, 2016: Georgy Egorov (Northwestern University)
Single-issue Campaigns and Multidimensional Politics
Joint with CPC
12:00 PM, 422 North Hall

November 10, 2016: Sean Gailmard (UC Berkeley)
Building a New Imperial State: Agency Problems and Separation of Powers in English North America
Joint with APW and CPC
12:00 PM, 422 North Hall

January 23, 2017: Gary King (Harvard University)
How the Mass Media Activates Public Expression and Influences National Agendas
Joint with APW
12:00 PM, 422 North Hall

April 20: Leonard Wantchekon (Princeton University)
“Critical Junctures: Independence Movements and Democracy in Africa”
Joint with CPC
12:00 PM, 422 North Hall

April 24: David Stasavage (NYU)
“When Inclusive Institutions Failed: Lessons from the Democratic Revolutions of the Middle Ages”
Joint with CPC and History & Politics 
Co-sponsored by Jean Monnet European Union Center of Excellence  
12:00 PM, 422 North Hall
*Monday session 

April 27, 2017: Miriam Golden (UCLA)
“Pre-Analysis Plan for: Improving Political Communication: A Field Experiment in Pakistan”
Joint with CPC
12:00 PM, 422 North Hall

May 11, 2017: Federica Izzo (London School of Economics)
“With Friends Like These, Who Needs Enemies? Intra-Party Conflict and Endogenous Manipulation of Valence”
12:00 PM, 422 North Hall