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Workshop in Political Economics

Cambridge-INET are hosting a Workshop in Political Economics in Cranmer Room, Jesus College, Cambridge on Monday 6th November 2017, between 10.00am - 5.00pm.

Organisers: Toke Aidt (Cambridge) and Felix Grey (Cambridge)

Venue: The Cranmer Room, Jesus College, Cambridge

Event Date: Monday 6th November 2017

Time: 10:00am - 05:00pm

Programme:

10.00 Democracy and redistribution (Toke Aidt, Cambridge)

10.40 Colonial Indirect Rule and Pre-colonial Ethnic Institutions: Evidence from British India (Arash Naghavi, University of Konstanz)

11.20 Coffee

11.45 Keynote (Roger Congleton, West Virginia University)

12.30 Lunch

13.30 Top-Down or Bottom-Up? The Impact of Elections on Spending Allocations in US State Legislatures (Su-Min Lee, Cambridge)

14.10 Buying off the Revolution: Evidence from the Colombian National Peasant Movement, 1957-1985 (Maria Lopez-Uribe, LSE)

14.50 Coffee

15.20 Machine Learning Indices, Democratic Institutions, and Economic Development (Tommy Krieger, University of Konstanz)

16.00 Social learning by Victorian cities (Felix Grey, Cambridge)

Workshop ends at about 16.40.

Tags:

Political Economics

Theme: transmission