Australian Political Economy Network Workshop

ANU, Monday 9 July 2018

ANU Campus

The APEN organizes a yearly workshop in Political Economy to discuss the latest work of researchers from Australia and overseas. The 2018 APEN workshop will be hosted by the Research School of Economics at ANU on 9 July. 

Workshop Program

Invited Speakers

Jon Eguia (MSU)
Topic: Tactical Extremism

Anthony Fowler (UChicago)
Topic: Do Campaign Contributions Buy Favorable Policies? Evidence from the Insurance Industry

Pauline Grosjean (UNSW)
Topic: Men

Lin Hu (ANU)
Topic: The Politics of Attention

Paul Raschky (Monash)
Topic: The Effect of Internet on Political Mobilzation

Federico Masera (UNSW)
Topic: The Charitable Terrorist: State Capacity and the Support for the Pakistani Taliban

Simon Loertscher (University of Melbourne)
Topic: Multi-Party Competition: A Simultaneous Location Game with Entry

Call for Papers

Call for papers has now closed.

Workshop Details

HW Arndt Lecture Theatre 1
Building 25a, Kingsley Street
The Australian National University 

Monday 9 July 2018

9am - 5pm

Registration closes
14 June 2018

How to register
Via Eventbrite
Registration is free and includes lunch and conference dinner on 9 July. 

Unfortunately, the workshop is unable to fund travel expenses for participants.


Accomodation close to campus includes;

University House

Scientific Committee

Marco Faravelli (UQ)
Gabriele Gratton (UNSW)
Kieron Meagher (ANU)
Mandar Oak (Adelaide)
Lionel Page (QUT)
Paul Raschky (Monash)
Eik Swee (Melbourne)
Andrew Wait (Sydney)

More information about APEN can be found on the APEN website

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