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February 2019 - Archive

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Spring program for the Permanent Seminar

 

During the Spring six sessions of the Permanent Seminar will take place, organized by Andrew Richards. Except where indicated, the sessions will take place on Fridays at 12:30. The seminar room is announced on the webpage of the Permanent Seminar.

The planned schedule is:


8th March: Pablo Barberá (LSE): “From Riot Police to Tweets: How World Leaders Use Social Media During Contentious Politics”

22nd March: Milena Ang (University of Chicago): “Guilty by Association: the Spillover Effects of Corruption-related Prosecutions”

29 th March: Jan Paul Heisig (Wissenchaftszentrum Berlin): “Lack of Skills or Formal Qualifications? New Evidence on Cross-country Differences in the Labor Market Disadvantage of Less-educated Adults”

5th April: Luis Miller (CSIC), “The Effect of Education, Income Inequality and Merit on Inequality Acceptance”

10th May: Anna Getmansky (LSE): “War and Politics: How and Why Wars Affect Individual Level Attitudes and Behavior”

31st May: Yasemin Soysal (University of Essex) and Héctor Cebolla (UNED): “Does Migration Make One ‘Cosmopolitan’? Empirical Evidence from Bright Futures Survey”

The seminary sessions are open to the whole academic community.


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