Seminars are held Fridays from 2:30-4:00 p.m. in Room 315 at 269 Mercer Street.
Prof. Rebecca Morton @ (212) 998-3706 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Ronny Razin @ (212) 998-8904 or email@example.com
September 13 Michael Ting, (Harvard University/Columbia University). "Legislative Bargaining"
September 20 Francesc Ortega Carandell (New York University), "The
Natural Rate of Immigration."
September 27 Francesco Squintani (University of Rochester). "Electoral
Competition with Privately-Informed Candidates." (with Dan Bernhardt and John Duggan)
October 4 Adam Meirowitz (Princeton University). "Accountability
and representation in repeated elections with uncertain policy constraints."
October 11 Steve Callender (Northwestern University - MEDS).
"Candidate Motivation and Electoral Competition."
October 24 Thomas Palfrey (Cal Tech/NYU).
"The Effect of Candidate Quality on Electoral Equilibrium: An Experimental Study."
** Note that this is a Thursday afternoon, 5:00-6:30 pm seminar. The location is Room 715 at 269 Mercer Street.**
November 1 Avinash Dixit (Princeton University). "Trade Expansion and Contract Enforcement."
November 8 Gilat Levy (London School of Economics). "Careerist Judges."
November 15 John Patty (Carnegie
Mellon). "Letting the Good Times Roll: A Theory of Voter Inference and Experimental Evidence." (with Roberto A. Weber)
November 22 Steve Coate (Cornell University). TBA
November 29 Thanksgiving Weekend - No Seminars
December 6 Steven J. Brams (NYU).
"Dividing the Indivisible: Procedures for Allocating Cabinet Ministries to Political Parties in a Parliamentary System." (with Todd Kaplan)
December 13 Howard Rosenthal (Princeton University). "Political Polarization and Income Inequality."
(with Nolan McCarty and Keith T. Poole)
** Please note that the location for this presentation is Room 747 at 726 Broadway.**