Leitner Political Economy Seminar
12:00-1:15 PM, Luce Hall Room 202 unless noted with an asterisk*
January 16 - Mike Tomz, Stanford University, “Public Reactions to Foreign Interference in Elections”. This seminar is joint with the International Relations Workshop.
January 23 - Politics Without Borders
January 30 - Yuen Yuen Ang, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, “Invisible Innovators: How Markets Emerge Under Adversity in the Global South”. This seminar is joint with the Comparative Politics Workshop.
February 6 - Timur Kuran, Duke University, “Economic Harbingers of Political Modernization: Peaceful Explosion of Rights in Ottoman Istanbul”. This seminar is joint with the Comparative Politics Workshop and CHESS Workshop.
February 13 - Politics Without Borders
February 20 - Pauline Jones, University of Michigan, “Religious Repression & Political Mobilization in Muslim Majority States”. This seminar is joint with the Comparative Politics Workshop.
February 27 - Robert Gulotty, University of Chicago, “Supplying Influence: How Supply Chains Shape Corporate Politics”. This seminar is joint with the International Relations Workshop.
March 5 - Scott Ashworth, University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy, “Electorates vs. Voters”.
March 26 - Anton Sobolev, Yale University, “How Pro-Government ‘Trolls’ Influence Online Conversations in Russia”.
April 2 - Stephane Wolton, London School of Economics, “Executive Absolutism: A Model”.
April 9 - Politics Without Borders
April 16 - Amy Pond, Texas A&M University, paper to be announced. This seminar is joint with the International Relations Workshop.
April 23 - B. Pablo Montagnes, Emory University, paper to be announced.
April 30 - Sam van Noort, Yale University, “The Industrial Revolution and the Emergence of Liberal Democracy: Natural Experimental Evidence from the United States”.
May 5 - Sascha Becker, Monash University and University of Warwick, paper to be announced.
Faculty co-organizers: Gerard Padro i Miquel (Political Science and Economics) and Tyler Pratt (Political Science)