Paris Empirical Political Economy Seminar

Welcome to the homepage of the Paris Empirical Political Economy Seminar, a new monthly seminar series co-organized by the Department of Economics at Sciences Po and the Paris School of Economics.

 

The PEPES seminar series is a forum for front-line research in applied political economy providing top international scholars in the field with the opportunity to present their work. The seminar also aims to provide a common platform in which researchers working in this field in the Paris area may come together.

 

Seminars will be held on Thursday from 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM (sandwiches are served, but only for registered participants). To register for the seminar’s mailing list or to schedule a meeting with one of the speakers, please contact the organizers Oliver Vanden Eynde (PSE) and Quoc-Anh (QA) Do.


Participants can register for seminars here.


Calendar for the 2018/2019 Academic Year

Fall 2018 at PSE (48 Boulevard Jourdan, 75014 Paris)


 Date Speaker  Title   Time/Place
Sep 13

Mathias Thoenig

(U of Lausanne)

"Ethnic conflicts and Democracy"

12:30 pm

Sep 27  Raquel Fernandez

(NYU)

"Cultural Change" 12.00pm
R02-01
Oct 18 Gerard Roland
 (UC Berkeley)
 "The Deep Historical Roots of Modern Culture:  A comparative perspective"  12:30pm
R02-01
Nov 8 Davide Cantoni
(LMU Munich) 
"Persistence and Activation of Right-Wing Political Ideology" 12:30pm
 Nov 15 Moses Shayo
(Hebew University)
 13:00pm
Nov 22 David Yang
(MIT)

 12:30pm

Nov 29Claudio Ferraz 
(PUC-Rio)
   12:30pm
 Dec 13 Vincent Pons
(Harvard)
  12:30pm


Spring 2019 at Sciences-Po (28 rue des Saints-Pères, Paris 75007)

 Date Speaker  Title   Time/Place
 Mar 19 (Tuesday)Alberto Alesina
(Harvard)
 12:30 pm 
Mar 28Romain Wacziarg
(UCLA) 
 12:30 pm 
Apr 11Saumitra Jha
(Stanford) 
 12:30 pm
May 2Melissa Dell
(Harvard)

 12:30 pm
June 13 Maria Micaela Sviatschi
(Princeton)
 12:30 pm

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