Paris Empirical Political Economy Seminar (PEPES)
The Paris Empirical Political Economy Seminar is a monthly seminar series co-organised by the Department and the Paris School of Economics.
It 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.
Thursday - 12:30 - 14:00 (sandwiches are served to registered participants).
Seminar organised by Benjamin MARX (Sciences Po) and Oliver VANDEN EYNDE (PSE).
Upcoming PEPES Seminar (insérer lien)
Fall Semester 2019
September 19th - Marco TABELLINI (Harvard)
From Immigrants to Americans: Race and Assimilation During the Great Migration
September 26th - James SNYDER (Harvard)
The Growth of Campaign Advertising in the U.S., 1880 to 1930
November 14th - Julien LABONNE (Oxford)
Making Policies Matter: Voter Response to Campaign Promises
November 21st - Brian KNIGHT (Brown University)
Opposition Media, State Censorship, and Political Accountability: Evidence from Chavez's Venezuela
Winter / Spring Semester 2020
March 12th - Samuel BAZZI (Boston University)
March 19th - Marta REYNAL-QUEROL (Barcelona GSE)
April 2nd - Mike CALLEN (UC San Diego)
May 7th - Maria PETROVA (Barcelona GSE)
May 28th - Joachim VOTH (University of Zürich)
June 4th - Paola GIULIANO (UCLA)