Most seminars are held Fridays from 2:30-4:00 p.m. in Room 747 in the Politics Department at 726 Broadway. To reach room 747 take the elevator to the 6th floor and follow signs to the Politics Department. This academic year we will also co-sponsor talks with the Departments of
Political Science and Economics at Columbia University. Some talks will be held at Columbia University at the same time. Directions are available here. Talks at Columbia are noted below.
Prof. Catherine Hafer @ (212) 992-9679 or email@example.com
Prof. John Huber @ Columbia University - Columbia Information
February 4 @ NYU - Konstantin Sonin (New Economic School and the
Institute for Advanced Study). "Dictators
and Their Viziers: Agency Problems in Dictatorships, with Gregory
February 11 @ NYU - David Epstein (Columbia). "Dividing Lines: Racial
Redistricting and Substantive Representation."
February 18 @
Columbia - Gilat Levy (LSE and Princeton). "Class and Tastes: The
Effect of Income and Preference Heterogeneity on Redistribution."
@ Columbia -
Torbin Iversen (Harvard)
March 4 @ NYU - Rob Franzese (Michigan). "Effective
Representation and Multiple Authorities in Democratic Policymaking." ["Understanding and Modeling Comparative
Democratic Policymaking"] ["The
Effective Constituency in (Re)Distributive Politics"] ["Fiscal Policy with Multiple
and 18 - No Seminars for Public Choice and Spring Break
March 25 @ NYU - Helios Herrera (ITAM). "Group Formation and Voter
Participation, with Cesar Martinelli."
April 1@ NYU - Diego Comin (NYU).
"Lobbying and Technology Diffusion (with Bart Hobijn."
April 8 - No Seminar for MPSA
April 15 @ Columbia - Gerard Roland (UC-Berkeley)
April 22 @ NYU - Amanda Friedenberg (Washington University). "Optimal Retrospective Voting Rules
(joint with Ethan Bueno de Mesquita)."