PIPES

The Program on International Politics, Economics, and Security at the University of Chicago

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Natasha Murtaza on Thurs, Feb. 19

Winter 2015 PIPES presents:

 “The Effect of Party Competition on Electoral Violence: A Study of Lebanon, Bangladesh & Pakistan”

 

Natasha Murtaza

University of Chicago

 

Discussant: Drew Stommes

 

 

Thursday, February 19: 4:30pm-6:30pm

Pick Hall, Room 506

5828 South University Avenue

To access the paper, please contact Kevin Weng at:  kevinw89@uchicago.edu

Persons who believe they may need assistance to attend the session should contact Kevin Weng in advance to make arrangements. The PIPES Speakers Series is supported by grants from the Council on Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences and The University of Chicago Division of the Social Sciences.

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Jonathan Caverley on Thurs, Nov. 13

Autumn 2014 PIPES presents:

 

 “Foreign Military Training and Coup Propensity”

 

 

 

Jonathan Caverley

MIT

 

Discussant: Kevin Weng

 

 

Thursday, November 13th: 4:30pm-6:30pm

Pick Hall, Room 506

5828 South University Avenue

To access the paper, please contact Kevin Weng at:  kevinw89@uchicago.edu

 

Persons who believe they may need assistance to attend the session should contact Kevin Weng in advance to make arrangements. The PIPES Speakers Series is supported by grants from the Council on Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences and The University of Chicago Division of the Social Sciences.

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Rasler @ PIPES, Thurs, Jan 23

The University of Chicago

Program on International Politics, Economics, and Security

Presents:

Karen Rasler, Indiana University, Bloomington

“Dynamics, Endogeneity, and Complexity in Nonviolent Protest Campaigns: Illustrations from the Arab Spring”

Discussant:

Bess Ritter

PIPES meets from 4:30-6:30pm in PICK 506, 5828 S. University Avenue.
Please direct any comments or questions about PIPES to Kevin Weng at kevinw89@uchicago.edu

Download the paper here.

 

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Borzyskowski @ PIPES, Thursday, Oct. 3rd

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Vernal Ventilation @ PIPES, Thursday, May 2nd

The University of Chicago

Program on International Political Economy and Security

Presents a Special Spring Tradition!

Vernal Ventilation

A series of brief presentations of works in their
early stages, along with Food!

Presenting

Anjali Anand
Robert Valentine
M.J. Reese
Yubing Sheng
David Benson

PIPES meets from 4:30-6:30pm in PICK 506, 5828 S. University Avenue.
Please direct any comments or questions about PIPES to David Benson at dbenson at uchicago.edu

Download the paper here.

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Kaplan @ PIPES, Thursday, March 29th

The University of Chicago

Program on International Political Economy and Security

Welcomes:

Morgan Kaplan, University of Chicago

“Putting the Horse Before the Cart: How Civilian Perceptions Affect Patterns of Violence and Competition in Multi-Party Insurgencies”

Discussant:
Chris Price

PIPES meets from 4:30-6:30pm in PICK 506, 5828 S. University Avenue.
Please direct any comments or questions about PIPES to David Benson at dbenson at uchicago.edu

The Paper has been distributed over the PIPES mailing list.

For people with valid CNet ID’s you can download the paper here. Just enter your CNet ID and password when prompted.

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Stevenson @ PIPES, Thursday, March 1st

The University of Chicago

Program on International Political Economy and Security

Welcomes:

John Stevenson, University of Chicago

“Joining the International System: Mass Killing and the NEW (Newly-Independent Economics of War) States Dataset, 1900-2006”

Discussant:
M.J. Reese

PIPES meets from 4:30-6:30pm in PICK 506, 5828 S. University Avenue.
Please direct any comments or questions about PIPES to David Benson at dbenson at uchicago.edu

The Paper has been distributed over the PIPES mailing list.

For people with valid CNet ID’s you can download the paper here. Just enter your CNet ID and password when prompted.

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Archive: Ishida, October 27th, “Redistributive Incentive in Party Competition over Foreign Policy Choice: A Two-level Game Approach to National Defense Spending Decisions”

Atsushi Ishida, University of Chicago

“Redistributive Incentive in Party Competition over Foreign Policy Choice: A Two-level Game Approach to National Defense Spending Decisions”

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