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PIPES Schedule 2011 Autumn Our Autumn Schedule is complete! Add your e-mail to the listserv to receive reminders and pa (More)
Maoz @ PIPES, Thursday, October 13th 2011
The University of Chicago Program on International Political Economy and Security Welcomes: Zeev Maoz, University of California, Davis “How Cooperation Emerges from Conflict: An Agent-Based Model of Security” Discussant: Keven Ruby PIPES meets from 4 (More)
Maoz @ PIPES, Commentary
The University of Chicago Program on International Political Economy and Security Welcomes: Zeev Maoz, University of California, Davis “How Cooperation Emerges from Conflict: An Agent-Based Model of Security” Discussant: Keven Ruby PIPES meets from 4 (More)
Archive: Maoz, October 23th, 2011 - “How Cooperation Emerges from Conflict: An Agent-Based Model of Securit”
Zeev Maoz, University of California, Davis “How Cooperation Emerges from Conflict: An Agent-Based Model of Security” More)
Ahmed @ PIPES, Thursday, October 20, 2011
The University of Chicago Program on International Political Economy and Security Welcomes: Faisal Ahmed, Oxford University “Brain Drain and Government Size” Discussant: John Stevenson PIPES meets from 4:30-6:30pm in PICK 506, 5828 S. University Aven (More)
Discussion: Ahmed @ PIPES
The University of Chicago Program on International Political Economy and Security Welcomes: Faisal Ahmed, Oxford University “Brain Drain and Government Size” Discussant: John Stevenson PIPES meets from 4:30-6:30pm in PICK 506, 5828 S. University Aven (More)
Archive: Ahmed, October 20th, 2011 – “Brain Drain and Government Size”
Faisal Ahmed Brain Drain and Government Size More)
Allee @ PIPES, Thursday, October 27th
The University of Chicago Program on International Political Economy and Security Welcomes: Todd Allee, University of Maryland “Demands Now or Disputes Later: Why Difficult WTO Accessions Eliminate Future Trade Disputes” Discussant: Karen Ellis PIPES (More)
Archive: Allee, October 27th, "Demands Now or Disputes Later"
Todd Allee, University of Maryland “Demands Now or Disputes Later: Why Difficult WTO Accessions Eliminate Future Trade Disputes” More)
Carpenter @ PIPES, Thursday, November 3rd
The University of Chicago Program on International Political Economy and Security Welcomes: Charli Carpenter, University of Massachusetts, Amherst “Explaining the Advocacy Agenda: Insights From the Human Security Network” Discussant: Dawood Ahmed PIP (More)
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