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The Cambridge-INET Institute - continuing as the Janeway Institute


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.

Organised by: 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


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.


Political Economics

Theme: transmission