CP Colloquium – Fall 2016

Fall 2016 Schedule

Location: All sessions will meet in the Institute of International Studies, Moses Hall 223 (lunch is provided on a first-come, first-served basis).

Time: Thursdays, 12:30PM – 2:00PM

Faculty Convener: Jason Wittenberg

September 15

Michael Shalev, UC Berkeley

Mass Protests Meet Big Data

Faculty Chair: Jason Wittenberg
Student Discussant: Allison Grossman

September 22
Isabela Mares, Columbia University

Conditionality and coercion: Electoral clientelism in Eastern Europe

Faculty Chair: Alison Post
Student Discussant: Shinhye Choi

September 29
Laia Balcells, Duke University

The Political Consequences of Terrorism (no paper associated with this presentation)

Faculty Chair: Leonardo Arriola
Student Discussant: N/A

October 6

October 13
Sarah Daly, University of Notre Dame

Enduring Civilian Support for Political Actors with Coercive Legacies

Faculty Chair: Thad Dunning
Student Discussant: Natalia Garbiras Díaz

October 20
Thad Dunning, UC Berkeley

Is Paying Taxes Habit Forming? Evidence From Uruguay

Faculty Chair: Steve Vogel
Student Discussant: David Dow

October 27
Diana O’Brien, Indiana University

Defending the Realm: The Appointment of Female Defense Ministers Worldwide

Faculty Chair: Pradeep Chhibber
Student Discussant: Melanie Thompson

November 3
Xiaobo Lu, University of Texas, Austin

Policy Coalition Building in an Authoritative Legislature: Evidence from China’s National Assemblies (1983-2007)

Faculty Chair: Kevin O’Brien
Student Discussant: Jieun Kim

November 10

November 17

November 24
Thanksgiving Break

December 1
Margit Tavits, Washington University in St. Louis

Language Shapes Public Attitudes Toward Gender Equality
Online Appendix

Faculty Chair: Jason Wittenberg
Student Discussant: Fiona Feiang Shen-bayh

The colloquium is co-sponsored by UC Berkeley’s Department of Political Science, the Institute of International Studies, and the Center on the Politics of Development.