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10 · OCTOBER · 2023

IBEI Research Seminars 2023-24

During the course 2023-24, IBEI has organised a series of research seminars. Check the complete list below:

First & Second Semester's Programme

  • 9 October 2023 | Building Cooperation Across Ethnic Groups with Interpersonal Monetary Transfers: A Field Experiment in Post-war Liberia. With Joan Barceló (New York University Abu Dhabi). More info
  • 6 November 2023 | Progressive Pragmatism: A future Ethos for British Foreign Policy. With Jamie Gaskarth (The Open University). More info
  • 20 November 2023 | Breaking Bad: How Leaders' Personalities Change and the Consequences for Foreign Policies. With Juliet Kaarbo (University of Edinburgh). More info
  • 11 December 2023 | New Democracies and Commitment to Human Rights Treaties. With Xinyuan Dai (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). More info
  • 29 January 2024 | Pre-colonial statehood and democratization: Evidence from West Africa. With Charles Butcher (Norwegian University of Science and Technology). More info
  • 5 February 2024 | The General Relativity of Fiscal Space: A Cross Country Dynamic Approach. With Marc Morgan (University of Geneva). More info
  • 18 March 2024 | The Populist Challenge to European Foreign Policy. With Ana Juncos (University of Bristol). More info
  • 22 April 2024 | Politics and Social Visions. ideology, conflict and solidarity in the EU. With Maurizio Ferrera (SciencesPo). More info
  • 29 April 2024 | Administrative Responses to Democratic Backsliding: When is Bureaucratic Resistance Justified? With Michael Bauer (European University Institute). More info
  • 27 May 2024 | Nomadic (counter)mapping: motioning migration-security nexuses. With Jef Huysmans (Queen Mary University of London). More info