Leitner Political Economy Seminar

Luce Hall Room 203

Thursdays 12:00-1:30pm

You can sign up for weekly announcements here. Papers can be accessed by visiting this link. If you are affiliated with Yale University and would like to download papers presented at the workshop, please send an email to Eli Rau for the password needed for access. 


Spring 2018

January 18
Christian Salas, Yale University
"Communication with Detectable Deceit"

January 25
Christopher Li, Yale University
"Selection via Middleman: Electoral Control of Bureaucrats"

February 1
Giovanni Andrettola, Yale University
"Flip-flopping and Electoral Concerns"

February 15
Wioletta Dziuda, University of Chicago
"Dynamic Pivotal Politics "

February 22
Sean Gailmard, University of California, Berkeley

March 1
Steven Callander, Stanford University
"Policy Advice in a Complicated World"

March 7
Lawrence Broz, University of California, San Diego
"Explaining Support for China's Competing Global Economic Order"
Joint with International Relations in Rosenkranz Room 05

March 29
Pablo Querubin, New York University

April 5
Andrew Little, University of California, Berkeley

April 12
Cesi Cruz, University of British Columbia
"Village Social Network Structures and Electoral Competition"
Joint with Comparative Politics

April 19
Julia Cagé, Sciences Po Paris
"The Price of a Vote: Evidence from France, 1993-2014"
Joint with Intentional Relations

April 26
Arturas Rozenas, New York University


Faculty co-organizers: Deborah Beim (Political Science), Giovanni Maggi (Economics), and Milan Svolik (Political Science)



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