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Session 5: Political Economic Theory

July 30-31, 2020
Organized by: 

Avi Acharya (Stanford), Kyle Bagwell (Stanford), Steve Callander (Stanford GSB), Hulya Eraslan (Rice), Dana Foarta (Stanford GSB) and Tom Palfrey (CalTech)

Deadline for Applications: 
March 1, 2020

This session will bring together researchers from political science and economics who apply economic theory to the study of politics. This includes work in the areas of vo0ng theory, political bargaining, policy-making and implementation, lobbying and regulation, and the media and information environment in which politics takes place. The session will encourage productive dialogue between researchers in economic theory that have developed ideas and tools relevant to the study of poli0cs, and those in poli0cal science study ques0ons and topics that can be addressed by economic theory.

In this Session

List of papers for this session will be posted soon.