Democratic Innovations is a new interdisciplinary ISPS program bringing together social scientists from a variety of fields to think about the factors that affect government policy and decision-making, and to analyze novel institutions that might support improvements in representation and government performance. This workshop features the presentation of current research that tests innovative ideas for improving the quality of democratic representation and governance.
The workshop will meet in person or on Zoom on selected Fridays from 12:00-1:15 p.m. In person workshops will meet in Room A002 at ISPS, 77 Prospect Street.
This workshop is open to the Yale community only.
Faculty Organizer: Alan Gerber, Sterling Professor of Political Science and Director of ISPS
Workshop Coordinator and Contact: Pamela Greene
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|OCT 14||Andrew Hall, Professor of Political Economics, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Virtual workshop on Zoom
|OCT 28||Michael Pomirchy and Kaylyn Jackson Schiff, Postdoctoral Associates at ISPS, Yale University|
|NOV 4||Peter Buisseret, Assistant Professor in Government, Harvard University|
|DEC 2||Ian Turner, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Yale University|