Workshop on Legislative Behavior and Accountability
Postponed in autumn
Paris Nanterre University (France)
This two-day workshop aims to bring together researchers interested in interdisciplinary work on political economy and legislative studies. We welcome theoretical as well as empirical papers related to Members of Parliament and legislative elections on all continents. Topics include MPs’ activities, accountability, corruption, vote-buying, transparency, peer effects, legislative bargaining, etc. Papers studying other groups of politicians (local or national) are also welcome.
The workshop is intended for presentation of work in progress that can benefit from discussion. PhD students are more than welcome.
There is no conference fee. All participants will be asked to discuss a paper. The workshop will be held on June 29-30 on the campus of Paris Nanterre University, 20 minutes from the city center.
PhD students and post-docs can apply for funding to cover travel expenses (up to 500€). Please let us know when you submit.
Deadline and Submissions
Researchers are invited to submit before March 30, 2020. Full papers or extended abstracts should be sent to lbaworkshop2020
Authors will receive the final decision on April 20.
Local organizers : Benjamin Monnery and Eric Phélippeau
Program committee : Florent Dubois (Paris Nanterre University), Abel François (Lille University), Eric Langlais (Paris Nanterre University), Benjamin Monnery (Paris Nanterre University), Julien Navarro (Lille Catholic University), Eric Phélippeau (Paris Nanterre University), Sofia Wickberg (Sciences Po).
Sponsors : The workshop is funded by the National Research Agency (grant n°ANR-18-CE26-0004), with the support of EconomiX-CNRS and Université Paris Nanterre.
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