Comparative Politics at Rochester
Comparative Politics Workshop
The Comparative Politics Workshop provides a forum for graduate students and faculty to present work in progress in the field of comparative politics. For Fall 2012, the Workshop meets Thursdays from 12:00PM to 1:30PM in the Fenno Room.
Presentations - Fall 2012
|September 20||Peter Haschke||Practice Job-Talk||None|
|September 27||Carles Boix (Princeton)||"The Roots of the Industrial Revolution: Political Institutions or (Socially Embedded) Know-How?" *||Miguel Rueda|
|October 4||Adam Cohen||"Regulation After Privatization in the Brazilian States"||Hyesung Kim|
|October 18||Miguel Rueda||"How to Steal an Election: An Analysis of the Choice of Electoral Manipulation Strategies"||Sergio Ascencio|
|October 25||Ora John Reuter||"Political Machines at Work: Voter Mobilization and Electoral Subversion in the Workplace"||Rabia Malik|
|November 15||Avidit Acharya||Caste Politics in India †||Chitralekha Basu|
|November 29||Ben Laughlin||A Dynamic Model of Civil War ‡||Mattan Sharkansky|
|December 6||Hyesung Kim||"Explaining Cross-Ethnic Voting: Evidence from Field Research in Uganda"||Paulina Marek|
* Co-sponsored by Riker Seminar.
† Co-authored with John Roemer and Rohini Somanathan.
‡ Co-authored with with Avidit Acharya and Miguel Rueda.