JMP: "Do States Screen or Signal?"
Created by the joint initiative of the Politics Department, the Economics Department, and the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, the Research Program in Political Economy (RPPE) supports scholarship at the intersection of economics and political science.
Designed to facilitate greater interaction across departments at Princeton as well as with the broader disciplines, the program sponsors research workshops and colloquia, conferences, short-term visits to Princeton by scholars who work in political economy, and grants to students to aid their research in political economy.
PE Students on the Market: Noam Reich (POL)
PE Students on the Market: Parth Parihar (ECO)
JMP: "Policy Decay and the Determinants of Gridlock"
Zhao Li: How Internal Constraints Shape Interest Group Activities
Interest groups contribute much less to campaigns than legally allowed. Consequently, prevailing theories infer these contributions must yield minimal returns. I argue constraints on PAC fundraising may also explain why interest groups give little.
PEW: Ken ShottsMon, Apr 19, 2021, 4:15 pm to 5:30 pmLocation: via ZoomSpeaker(s):
PE Research Seminar: Leonard WantchekonTue, Apr 20, 2021, 12:15 pm to 1:15 pmLocation: via ZoomSpeaker(s):
PEW: John DugganMon, Apr 26, 2021, 4:15 pm to 5:30 pmLocation: via ZoomSpeaker(s):