Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models
(19 June - 14 July, 2006)

Schedule of participant presentations, July 13 – 14, 2006

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Thursday, July 13

Time

Presenter

Title

Discussant

8:30 – 9:05

Caverley, Jon
(University of Chicago)

Who Pays for Defense in Democracies? A Rational Theory of Inequality and Militarism

Webster, DG
(University of Southern California)

9:05 – 9:40

Joyce, Kyle
(Pennsylvania State University)

Third Parties and the Dynamics of War Expansion

Caverley, Jon
(University of Chicago)

9:40 – 10:15

Webster, DG
(University of Southern California)

Fish, fishers, and other fishy things: Using agent based models to explore global environmental governance

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Joyce, Kyle
(Pennsylvania State University)

10:15 – 10:30

(break)

 

 

10:30-11:05

Nalepa, Monika A.
(Rice University)

The Determinants of Transitional Justice Demand: Avoiding False Acquittal and False Conviction

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Ponce de Leon, Christian (University of Chicago)

11:05 – 11:40

Ponce de Leon, Christian (University of Chicago)

Redistributive Politics and the Poor

Nalepa, Monika A.
(Rice University)

11:40 – 12:15

Potter, Philip
(University of California, Los Angeles)

Interdependence, Globalization and Conflict: Understanding the Effects of Integration and Isolation on State Behavior

Winters, Matthew
(Columbia University)

12:15 – 1:15

(lunch)

 

 

1:15 – 1:50

Kleinberg, Katja   
(University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

Microfoundations of Economic Interdependence and Conflict

Krustev, Valentin
(Rice University)

1:50 – 2:25

Krustev, Valentin
(Rice University)

Strategic Demands and Economic Coercion

Kleinberg, Katja   
(University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

2:25 -3:00

Palanza, Valeria
(Princeton University)

Decrees vs Statutes: Choice of Legislative Paths in Separation-of-Powers Systems

Wolford, Scott
(Emory University)

3:00 -3:35

Wolford, Scott
(Emory University)

National Leaders and International  Politics

Palanza, Valeria
(Princeton University)

3:35 – 3:50

(break)

 

 

3:50 – 4:25

Breunig, Christian
(University of Washington)

Institutions, Actors, and Shifts within Budgets

Suh, Jaekwon
(University of California, Los Angeles)

4:25 – 5:00

Suh, Jaekwon
(University of California, Los Angeles)

Why People Pay More Under Proportional Rule?: Electoral Systems, Corporate Governance and Price Differences

Breunig, Christian
(University of Washington)

5:00 – 5:35

Robinson, Greg
(Michigan State University)

A Proposed Empirical Test of an Expected Utility Calculation with Moral Considerations

Schwab, David
(Indiana University)

 

Friday, July 14

Time

Presenter

Title

Discussant

8:30 – 9:05

Schwab, David
(Indiana University)

Does Deliberation Matter?

Robinson, Greg
(Michigan State University)

9:05 – 9:40

Jensen, Thomas
(University of Copenhagen)

Can Ambiguity in Electoral Competition be Explained by Projection E¤ects in Voters Perceptions?

Ragan, Robi
(University of Georgia)

9:40 – 10:15

Ragan, Robi
(University of Georgia)

A Congressional Politics Theory of the Size of Government

Jensen, Thomas
(University of Copenhagen)

10:15 - 10:30

(break)

 

 

10:30 – 11:05

Sekercioglu, Eser
(Stony Brook University)

Attainability and stability of equilibria in social dilemmas: an experimental exploration

Wright, Dominick
(University of Michigan)

11:05 – 11:40

Wright, Dominick
(University of Michigan)

Value Based Interaction and Attitude Formation

Sekercioglu, Eser
(Stony Brook University)

11:40 – 12:15

Deason, Mary (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

Organized Interest Influence: Manipulating Campaign Agendas

Monogan, James
(University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

12:15 – 1:15

(lunch)

 

 

1:15 – 1:50

Monogan, James
(University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

Model Misspecification in LQRE \& Logit Models

Deason, Mary (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

1:50 -2:25

McDonald, Ian
(Duke University)

Choosing Red, Blue, or Purple: Domestic migration and polarization in U.S. Politics

Phinney, Robin
(University of Michigan)

2:25 -3:00

Phinney, Robin
(University of Michigan)

Explaining Variation in Social Welfare Policy in the U.S.

McDonald, Ian
(Duke University)

3:00 – 3:15

(break)

 

 

3:15 – 3:50

Holian, Matthew
(Ohio State University)

What Determines Privatization of Local Public Services?  Elderly Voters and EMS

Sin, Gisela
(University of Michigan)

3:50 – 4:25

Sin, Gisela
(University of Michigan)

Separation of Power and Legislative Institutions: A Constitutional Theory of Legislative Organization

Holian, Matthew
(Ohio State University)

4:25 – 5:00

Winters, Matthew
(Columbia University)

Domestic Political Constraints and the Implementation of World Bank Programs

Potter, Philip
(University of California, Los Angeles)