Leitner Political Economy Seminar
12:00-1:30 PM, Luce Hall Room 202 unless noted with an asterisk*
September 12 - Nageeb Ali, Penn State University, “Adverse Selection in Distributive Politics”.
September 19 - Ken Scheve, Stanford University, “Mass Support for Global Climate Policies”. This seminar is joint with the International Relations Workshop.
September 26 - Michael Ting, Columbia University, “An Organizational Theory of State Capacity”. This seminar is joint with the American Politics Workshop.
October 3 - Ro’ee Levy, Yale University, “Social Media and Polarization: Evidence from a Field Experiment”.
October 7 - Katherine Casey, Stanford Graduate School of Business , “An Experiment in Candidate Selection”. This seminar will be joint with the Economic Development Workshop.
October 24 - John Roemer, Yale University , “What is Socialism Today? Several Conceptions of a Cooperative Economy”.
October 31- Amanda Kennard, New York University, “The Enemy of My Enemy: When Firms Support Climate Change Regulation”. This seminar will be joint with the International Relations Workshop.
November 11 - Abhijit Banerjee, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Co-winner of the 2019 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel, “Public Information is an Incentive: Experimental Evidence from Delhi Elections”. This seminar will be joint with the Economic Development Workshop. *Watson Center A53, 60 Sachem St.
November 14 - Jennifer Bussell, University of California, Berkeley, paper to be announced. This seminar will be joint with the Comparative Politics Workshop.
December 5 - Vicky Murillo, Columbia University, paper to be announced. This seminar will be joint with the Comparative Politics Workshop.
December 12 - Alexander Kustov, Yale University, “When Co-ethnicity Fails: Explaining the Lower Public Goods Provision in Homogeneous Communities”.
Faculty co-organizers: Gerard Padro i Miquel (Political Science and Economics) and Tyler Pratt (Political Science)