Comparative Politics Colloquium

Comparative Politics Colloquium, Fall 2019

Thursdays, 12:30-2:00pm, Barrows 202

 

9/5

Nirvikar Jassal (Practice Job Talk) 

“Gender, Law Enforcement, and Access to Justice: Evidence from All-Women Police Stations in India”

9/12

Justine Davis (Practice Job Talk) 

"Wartime Experiences of Civic Leaders: Legacies of Civil War in Sub-Saharan Africa"

9/19

Tanu Kumar (Practice Job Talk)

“Building civic engagement through redistribution: The political and economic effects of social welfare on households in India.”

9/26

Matthew Stenberg (Practice Job Talk) 

“Subnational Consolidation in Single-Party Dominant Regimes: Evidence from Hungarian Mayoral Elections”

10/3

Chris Carter (Practice Job Talk) 

“The Causes and Consequence of Indigenous Territorial Authority in the Americas”

10/10

Monika Nalepa, University of Chicago

“How does Kompromat Affect Politics? A Model of Transparency Regimes”

10/17

Emily Sellars, Yale University

"When State Building Backfires: Elite Divisions and Collective Action in Rebellion."

10/24

Jenny Guardado, Georgetown University

“Protection or Peril? Colonial State Presence and Long-Run Development in Mexico“

10/31

Eduardo Marques, University of Sao Paulo

"The politics of incremental progressivism: governments, governances and urban policy changes in São Paulo"

11/7

David Skarbek, Brown University

“Behind Bars: The Institutional Diversity of Prison Governance"

11/14

Melissa Sands, UC Merced (joint with Global Metropolitan Studies)

"Field Experimental Evidence on Smart City Technology and Voter Registration”

11/21

Daniel Treisman, UCLA

“Why Dictators Love Elections”