Organized by Brandice Canes-Wrone, Nick Bloom (Stanford), and Jonathan Rodden (Stanford), CSDP is co-sponsoring this conference that explores how political phenomena affect investment and other economic outcomes. Scholars from political science and economics will examine the major research and policy debates surrounding this issue. The CSDP...
Chuck Cameron, Nolan McCarty, Alex Hirsch, and John Kastellec organized this summer Workshop on Political Institutions. The focus is on political institutions broadly, and the series reflects the current research interests of faculty and graduate students. Attendees will “workshop” papers to one another:
This new workshop series is intended to draw together experimentalists at Princeton University who conduct research relating to politics and public policy, in order to create a forum for developing new research methods and ideas, providing mutual assistance and feedback on "work in progress", and sharing the results of completed research...
New Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on the Choice of Political Institutions
During the 2012 spring term, Monika Nalepa (University of Notre Dame and 2011-2012 CSDP Visiting Scholar), along with Princeton faculty members Adam Meirowitz, Alex Hirsch, and John Londregan, organized a research workshop in response to the CSDP Call for Proposals.
This one-day conference will feature presentations by Ching-hsin Yu, Su-Feng Cheng, Chi Huang, Lu-huei Chen, and Eric Yu of the Election Study Center at National Chengchi University in Taiwan.
10:00am Coffee and light breakfast
10:15am Introductions and welcoming remarks by Larry Bartels and Chris Achen
10:30am Some Academic Debates about...
Conference on Comparative Responses to the Economic Crisis
Sat, Mar 27, 2010, 9:00 am to Sun, Mar 28, 2010, 1:30 pm
In the fall of 2009 PIIRS, along with CSDP and Oxford University, launched the first phase of a three-year research cluster initiative, The Politics of the Economic Crisis. Principal investigators and coordinators of the research cluster are Larry Bartels, Donald E.
Second Annual Princeton Conference on Psychology and Policy Making
Fri, Feb 19, 2010, 12:00 pm to Sat, Feb 20, 2010, 5:00 pm
Over the last few decades, insights from the fields of social and cognitive psychology have proven tremendously valuable to the study of public opinion and mass behavior. Less attention has been paid to psychological theories' implications for the study of political institutions, elite behavior, and other elements of the policy making process...
Thu, May 1, 2008, 4:30 pm to Sat, May 3, 2008, 3:00 pm
The Center for the Study of Democratic Politics in the Woodrow Wilson School will host a three-day conference entitled "The American Electoral Process" beginning at 4:30pm on Thursday, May 1 and concluding at 3:00pm on Saturday, May 3, in Bowl 1 of Robertson Hall on the Princeton University campus.
Fri, Nov 30, 2007, 12:00 pm to Sat, Dec 1, 2007, 3:00 pm
Newspapers are under siege, TV viewers have abandoned the broadcast networks for the niche world of cable television, and wholly new forms of communication like YouTube, blogs and electronic town halls are changing the way Americans engage (or don't engage) with politics. How are political candidates, officeholders, and the media themselves...
Fri, May 18, 2007, 1:00 pm to Sat, May 19, 2007, 5:30 pm
Part of a series of annual conferences, the two-day History of Congress Conference will bring together a broad range of political scientists and historians to share their study of the US Congress and generate new ideas. Note: This conference is by invitation only.
Comparative Politics of Inequality and Redistribution Workshop