May 8-9, 2014
ISPS, 77 Prospect Street, Room A002
Thursday, May 8
|12:00pm||Convene over Lunch, ISPS Room A001|
Presentation I: Kate Baldwin, Political Science Yale University
"Customary Leadership, Rule of Law, and Social Conflict: Experimental Evidence from Zimbabwe"
Presentation II: Peter Loewen, Political Science, University of Toronto, Mississauga
"Expertise, Efficacy and Elite Decision Making: An Experiment with Incumbent Parliament Members in Three Countries"
|3:00pm||Break, ISPS Room A001|
Presentation III: Christian Grose, Political Science, University of Southern California
"Revealing Discriminatory Intent: Voter Identifcation Laws and Legislator Responsiveness"
Presentation IV: Patrik Öhberg and Elin Naurin, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
"Party-constrained responsiveness: A survey experiment with Swedish politicians on response to citizen-initiated contacts"
Cocktail Reception - Open to all conference attendees
ISPS, 77 Prospect Street, Main Common Area, First Floor
Friday, May 9
|8:30am||Reconvene over Continental Breakfast, ISPS Room A001|
Presentation of Research Proposals:
Brendan Nyhan, Government, Dartmouth College
Edmund J. Malesky, Political Science, Duke Unviersity
Daniel Butler, Political Science, Yale University
Presentation V: Jessica Preece, Political Science, Brigham Young University
"Pink Elephants and Political Ambition: A Field Experiment on Gender and Candidate Recruitment in the Utah Republican Party"
|11:00am||Break, ISPS Room A001|
Presentation VI: Joshua Kalla, Poiltical Science, Yale University
"Congressional Officials Grant Access Due To Campaign Contributions: A Randomized Field Experiment."
|12:30pm||Lunch, ISPS Room A001|
This conference is sponsored by the Yale Center for the Study of American Politics at ISPS.