Political Methodology Research Seminar

The Political Methodology Colloquium and the graduate research seminar in Formal Theory and Quantitative Methods have been combined, and take place Fridays, 12pm-1:30pm, in 127 Corwin.

The Political Methodology Colloquium is a forum where graduate students and faculty members from various subfields present their ongoing research that either applies or develops formal/quantitative methods.  Occasionally, external speakers are invited to give a presentation. Faculty Coordinator is Kosuke Imai. Graduate Student Coordinator is Winston Chou. Papers are posted in advance of the presentation. You may download them by clicking the presentation title in the table below.

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Past Seminars

2008-2009 | 2010-2011 | 2011-2012 | 2012-2013 | 2013-2014 | 2014-2015

Current Year Seminars

Date Presenter Title
Sep. 18, 2015
Sep. 25, 2015 Carlos Velasco Rivera
Oct. 2, 2015 Steven Liao (University of Virginia, Niehaus Postdoc)
Oct. 9, 2015 James Lo
Oct. 16, 2015 Adeline Lo (UCSD)
Oct. 23, 2015 Ryan Brutger
Oct. 30, 2015 Gabriel Lopez Moctezuma
Nov. 6, 2015  
Nov. 13, 2015 Santiago Olivella (University of Miami, Q-APS Postdoc)  
Nov. 20, 2015  
Nov. 27, 2015
Dec. 4, 2015 Erin Hartman (UCLA, Postdoc)
Dec. 11, 2015 Brandon Stewart (Department of Sociology)

Dec. 18, 2015
Dec. 25, 2015 
Jan. 1, 2016
Jan. 8, 2016

Jan. 15, 2016
Jan. 22, 2016
Jan. 29, 2016
Feb. 5, 2016  
Feb. 12, 2016
Feb. 19, 2016 Jens Hainmueller (Stanford University)
Feb. 26, 2016

Mar. 4, 2016 Allan Dafoe (Yale University)
Mar. 11, 2016  
Mar. 18, 2016  
Mar. 25, 2016
Apr. 1, 2016
Apr. 8, 2016
Apr. 15, 2016
Apr. 22, 2016 Gabriel Katz (University of Exeter)