Paris Empirical Political Economy Seminar (PEPES)

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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).

Please sign up on the google doc sheet.

Seminar organised by Benjamin MARX (Sciences Po) and Oliver VANDEN EYNDE (PSE).

Upcoming PEPES Seminar

fall semester 2022

September 29th - Noam YUCHTMAN (LSE)
Exporting the Surveillance State via Trade in AI

October 13th - Elias PAPAIOANNOU (London Business School)
Forced Displacement and Human Capital

October 20th - Monica MARTINEZ-BRAVO (CEMFI)
The Management of the Pandemic and its Effects on Trust and Accountability

December 1st -  Arianna ORNAGHI (Hertie School)

winter-spring semester 2023

*Schedule coming soon !*

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