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ISPS Experiments Workshop

The ISPS Experiments Workshop is an opportunity for faculty and students from Yale and neighboring schools (Columbia, NYU, etc.) to present their research and get feedback on works in progress. The focus is on research that involves lab, survey, field, and natural experiments as well as methodological works that improves the design and analysis of experiments. As ISPS is an interdisciplinary organization, we welcome speakers and attendees from a variety of social science disciplines.

The ISPS Experiments Workshop meets on selected Fridays from 12:00-1:15 p.m. at ISPS, 77 Prospect Street, Room A001.  Lunch is served.

Graduate Student Organizer and Contact: Kyle Peyton, Department of Political Science

2017-2018 Schedule

SEP 22 Anna Maria Wilke, Ph.D. Student in Political Science, Columbia University
“Countering Violence Against Women Through Mass Media: A Field Experiment in Rural Uganda”
OCT 6 Andris Saulitis, Ph.D. Student in Political Science, European University Institute
“Personalization and the Framing Effect on Paying Back Debt to Hospitals: A Field Experiment”
OCT 13 Umberto Mignozzetti, Ph.D. Student in Politics, New York University
OCT 27 Lilla Orr, Ph.D. Student in Political Science, Yale University
NOV 10 Suzanne Schwarz, Ph.D. Student in Political Science, Princeton University
DEC 8 Molly Offer Westort, Ph.D. Student in Political Science, Yale University
“Group Identity Formation in Response to Group Experiences”
JAN 19 Jun Park,  Ph.D. Student in the Yale School of Management
FEB 16 Yang Yang Zhou, Ph.D. Student in Political Science, Princeton University
MAR 2 Tara Lyn Slough, Ph.D. Student in Political Science, Columbia University
MAR 30 Ro’ee Levy, Ph.D. Student in Economics, Yale University
APR 13 Mia Costa, Ph.D. Student in Political Science, UMass Amherst

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sponsored by the Institution for Social and Policy Studies