The Research Workshop on Political Economy (Government 3007) is a full-year course open to all graduate students and faculty. For the 2013-14 academic year, the workshop will be run by Muhammet Bas, Robert Bates, and Horacio Larreguy.
The Workshop is organized to facilitate graduate student-faculty discussion of research in progress. Faculty and graduate-student members of the Workshop meet weekly to present and discuss work by Workshop members. This work could be versions of dissertation prospectuses, thesis chapters, stand-alone research papers, or simply rough ideas for new research. Practice job talks are also welcome, and those planning to go on the market this fall should be in touch ASAP to schedule their presentation.
The Workshop gives graduate students the opportunity to interact with an interdisciplinary group of faculty interested in Political Economy. It provides a venue for in-depth discussion of student work with faculty and graduate-student peers. All graduate students interested in Political Economy, regardless of field of concentration or year, are invited to take the Workshop.
- Time - Mondays, 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
- Location - Rm K354, 1737 Cambridge St (CGIS Knafel Building)
- Eligibility - Open to all members of the Harvard community
- Coordinator - Akos Lada
Visit the Faculty of Arts and Sciences course site for detailed schedule information.
Presenters: Joana Naritomi,
Paper: "Consumers as Tax Auditors"