The sessions of the Seminar will take place in the Getafe Campus of Carlos III University.

All seminars are held on Fridays at 12.30 in Building 18 (room 18.0.A02) except where indicated.

  1. 2017, May 5th
    Matt Golder
    Pennsylvania State University
    It’s Not Only What You Say, but Also How You Say It: Campaign Sentiment in European Party Manifestos
  2. 2017, May 12th
    David Altman
    Catholic University of Chile
    Mechanisms of Direct Democracy: Feud of the Conservative Forces in Society or Liberalism at its Most?
  3. 2017, May 19th
    Julia Cagé
    Sciences Po, Paris
    The Production of Information in an Online World: Is Copy Right?
  4. 2017, May 26th
    Olga Shvetsova
    SUNY Binghamton
    Politics and the Distributive Properties of the Technological Trajectory: the Case of Health
  5. 2017, April 21st
    Delia Baldassarri
    New York University
    Interethnic Relationships in Contemporary Communities: How does Diversity Affect Solidarity and Cooperation?
  6. 2017, March 31st
    Laia Balcells
    Duke University
    The Political Consequences of Terrorism: A Quasi-Experimental Approach
  7. 2017, March 10th
    Sofía Pérez
    Boston University
    The Political Economy of Austerity: Outcomes and their Implications in Southern Europe
  8. 2017, March 3rd
    Roberto Gargarella
    UBA/Di Tella, Buenos Aires
    The New Constitutionalism in Latin America. Reflections from Constitutional Theory
  9. 2016, December 16th
    Ruth Milkman
    US Labor and the Great Recession
  10. 2016, December 13th (*Tuesday)
    Ian Shapiro
    Yale University
    Business and the South African Transition
  11. 2016, November 25th
    Pedro Magalhaes
    University of Lisbon
    Procedural Fairness and the Economic Vote
  12. 2016, November 18th
    Hye-Young You
    Vanderbilt University
    Targeted Transfers and Local Public Goods Provisions: Evidence from the Shale Gas Boom in the US
  13. 2016, November 11th
    Luis de la Calle
    The Legacy of War Dynamics on State Capacity Building: Evidence from 19th Century Mexico. Joint Seminar with Economic History
  14. 2016, November 4th
    María Sobolewska
    University of Manchester
    Reputational Benefits for Political Parties from Ethnic and Gender Diversity. Evidence from Survey Experiments in the UK. Joint Seminar with the CALMA Project
  15. 2016, October 28th
    Gustavo Torrens
    Indiana University
    Stirring Up a Hornets’ Nest: Geographic Distribution of Crime
  16. 2016, October 14th
    Peter Foldvari
    University of Utrecht
    The Geographical and Institutional Determinants of the Location of Christian Missions in Sub-Saharan Africa. Joint Seminar with Economic History

  1. 6/7 June 2016
    Ethnicity and Diversity: Concepts, Measures, Causes, and Consequences
  2. 29/30 June 2015
    Comparative Political Networks
  3. 18/19 June 2015
    Institutions of Protection: The Organization of Security and Justice System Institutions in Autocracies
  4. 8 to 12 June 2015
    Molly Roberts Text Analysis for Applied Social Science
  5. 20/21 November 2014
    Policy Making under Hard Times: Southern European Countries in a Comparative Perspective

Comparative Sociology Seminars

Convened by Peter Stamatov and Damon Mayrl

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