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The Political Science and Political Economy Programme

Political Science and Political Economy Annual Conference

LSE-NYU Political Science and Political Economy annual conference

Friday 10 June 2022 09:30 - Saturday 11 June 2022 18:00

Many of our seminars and public events this year will continue as in person or as hybrid (online and in person) events. Please check our website listings and Twitter feed @STICERD_LSE for updates.

Unless otherwise specified, in-person seminars are open to the public.

Those unable to join the seminars in-person are welcome to participate via zoom if the event is hybrid.


About this event

Please click here for details of the 2024 LSE - NYU Conference 

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The LSE-NYU conference brings together political scientists and economists to discuss recent contributions, both theoretical and empirical, to the study of institutions, political behaviour and related social phenomena.

The conference is hosted by both LSE and NYU and is held every year either in London (even years) or on an NYU campus (odd years).  After a two-year break due to the pandemic, we are very happy to resume our meetings. The 11th annual conference will be held at LSE on Friday 10 and Saturday 11 June 2022. 

On this webpage you can find the programme and, if you would like to attend, a link to register.

You can view the conference programme here.

If you would like to attend, please fill in the form to register.

You can read the papers here:

Culture, Institutions & the Long Divergence, by Alberto Bisin, Jared Rubin, Avner Seror, and Thierry Verdier

Small Campaign Donors, by Laurent Bouton, Julia Cagé, Edgard Dewitte, and Vincent Pons

The fascist roots of migrant labour exploitation, by Mario F. Carillo, Gemma Dipoppa, and Shanker Satyanath

The limits of decentralized administrative data collection: Experimental evidence from Colombia, by Natalia Garbiras-Díaz and Tara Slough

Discrimination and state capacity: Evidence from WWII US Army Enlistment, Nancy Qian and Marco Tabellini

The franchise, policing, and race: Evidence from arrests data and the Voting Rights Act, by Giovanni Facchini, Brian Knight, and Cecilia Testa

The web of power: How elite networks shaped war and China, by Ying Bai, Ruixue Jia, and Jiaojiao Yang

A theory of non-democratic redistribution and public good provision, by Nicola Persico

Policymaking in times of crisis, by Peter Bils and Federica Izzo

For further information please contact Lubala Chibwe, by email: l.chibwe@lse.ac.uk.