Political Economy Seminars

Find seminars on political economy that are open to Stanford GSB faculty and PhD students, or request permission to attend.

Political economy seminars are held on Tuesdays from 12:00 to 1:15 p.m., unless otherwise indicated. Stanford GSB faculty may also schedule a session to meet the speaker individually.

Winter 2022

Date & Time Speaker Title
Jan 19
2:00–3:00
M109
Nikita Melnikov
Princeton University
Mobile internet and Political Polarization
Jan 27
9:30–10:30
P107
Andrew Mack
Princeton University
Incentives for Learning in Repeated Elections
Feb 01
12:00–1:15
C102
Keith Schnakenberg
Washington University in St. Louis
 
Feb 02
2:30–3:30
M109
Alexey Makarin
Northwestern University
Production Networks and War joint paper with Vasily Korovkin
Feb 03
10:00–11:00
P107
Ceren Baysan
University of California, Berkeley
Persistent Polarizing Effects of Persuasion: Experimental Evidence from Turkey
Feb 08
12:00–1:15
C102
Roger Myerson
The University of Chicago
 
Feb 15
12:00–1:15
C102
Leeat Yariv
Princeton University
 
Mar 01
12:00–1:15
C102
Andrea Prat
Columbia Business School
 
Mar 15
12:00–1:15
C102

Julia Payson
NYU 

 

Spring 2022

Date & Time Speaker Title
Mar 28
12:00–1:15
TBD
Maya Sen
Harvard Kennedy School
 
Apr 12
12:00–1:15
TBD
Marina Halac
Yale University
 
Apr 26
12:00–1:15
TBD
Oeindrila Dube
The University of Chicago Harris Public Policy
 
May 10
12:00–1:15
TBD
Pablo Montagnes
Emory
 
May 24
12:00–1:15
TBD
Marc Meredith
University of Pennsylvania
 
June 06
12:00–1:15
TBD
Kareem Haggag
UCLA
 

Fall 2021

Date & Time Speaker Title
Sep 28
12:00–1:15
C102
Brian Richter
University of Texas at Austin
joint paper with Joaquin Artes, Aaron Russell Kaufman, and Jeffrey Timmons
Oct 19
12:00–1:15
C102
Charles Angelucci
MIT

Joint paper with Andrea Prat

Oct 26
12:00–1:00
W104
Stanislav Markus
University of South Carolina visiting Stanford GSB
( )
Nov 02
12:00–1:15
C102
Bruno Strulovici
Northwestern University

Whistleblowing, Fake News, Polarization, and the Battle for Truth: Organizing Social Learning and Institution Enforcement when Information Sources are Limited

Nov 16
12:00–1:15
C102
Jaya Wen
Harvard Business School
Nov 30
12:00–1:15
C102
Shaoda Wang
The University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy
Dec 07
12:00–1:15
C102
Ernesto Dal Bo
UC Berkeley
From Rivals to Partners: The Alignment of Capital and State Coercion in the Rise of Modern Economic Growth ( ) joint paper with Lukas Leucht and Noam Yuchtman

Seminar Organizers

Assistant Professor
Political Economy
Assistant Professor
Political Economy