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QAPEC

QAPEC provides a framework to coordinate collaborative research in quantitative and analytical political economy within the University of Warwick as well as with the Centre’s UK and international networks and partners (PolEconUK, EPEC, PSPE-LSE, QAPS at Princeton), through the organisation of informal meetings, research seminars and international conferences.

QAPEC provides a context to pursue research excellence in quantitative and analytical political economy combined with impactful and interdisciplinary collaborations. QAPEC is a founding member of the UK consortium of researchers in quantitative and analytical political economy (PolEconUK), of the European Political Economy Consortium (EPEC), and a partner of the Quantitative and Analytical Political Science program at Princeton University (QAPS), and the Political Science and Political Economy group at the London School of Economics.

Specifically. QAPEC aims to:

  • Further establish our international reputation for research excellence and impact in quantitative and analytical political economy.
  • Engage with the research community in quantitative and analytical political economy within and beyond the university, with the objectives of enhancing exposure and dissemination of research.
  • Supporting collaborations with UK and international research networks and partners (PolEconUK, EPEC, QAPS), to engage with research questions and challenges in quantitative and analytical political economy, and to increase chances of raising research income.
  • Provide a positive and supportive work ethos, training, environment to promote personal development and opportunity for all members of the centre.
  • Organise weekly seminars, regular workshops and conferences in the field of quantitative and analytical political economy – interdisciplinary events which bring together economists, political scientists and academics in related disciplines.

Francesco Squintani

Director

Ben Lockwood

Management Committee

Helios Herrera

Management Committee

Mirko Draca

Management Committee

Sharun Mukand

Management Committee

Fetzer Thiemo

Management Committee

Michela Redoano

Management Committee

Vincenzo Bove

Management Committee

Francesco Squintani

Management Committee
Sonia Bhalotra University of Warwick
Ben Lockwood University of Warwick
Helios Herrera University of Warwick
Dan Bernhardt University of Warwick
Mirko Draca University of Warwick
Peter Hammond University of Warwick
Omer Moav University of Warwick
Sharun Mukand University of Warwick
Daniel Sgroi University of Warwick
Thiemo Fetzer University of Warwick
Sinem Hidir University of Warwick
Kirill Pogorelskiy University of Warwick
Michela Redoano University of Warwick
Christopher Roth University of Warwick
Andreas Stegmann University of Warwick
Claudia Rei University of Warwick
Christian Soegaard University of Warwick
Arianna Ornaghi University of Warwick
Vicenzo Bove University of Warwick
Arzu Kibris University of Warwick
Andreas Murr University of Warwick
Jessica Di Salvatore University of Warwick
Andreas Isoni University of Warwick
Andrea Gamba University of Warwick
Abhinay Muthoo University of Warwick
Prof. Enriqueta Aragones Institut d'Analisi Economica, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
Prof. Marco Battaglini Cornell University, Economics Department
Prof. Renee Bowen,
UCSD, Economics Department
Prof. Alessandra Casella Columbia University, Economics Department
Prof. Oeindrila Dube University of Chicago, Harris School of Policy
Prof. John Duggan University of Rochester, Political Science Department
Prof. Dana Foarta Stanford University, Graduate School of Business
Prof. Sean Gailmard Berkeley University, Political Science Department
Prof. Paola Giuliano UCLA, Anderson School of Business
Prof. Adam Meirowitz University of Utah, Eccles School of Business
Prof. Massimo Morelli Universita' Bocconi, Social and Political Science Department
Prof. Thomas Palfrey Caltech, Humanities and Social Sciences Division
Prof. Maggie Penn Emory University, Political Science Department
Prof. Maria Petrova Institute for Political Economy and Governance, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Prof. Robert Powell Berkeley University, Political Science Department
Prof. Ronny Razin London School of Economics, Economics Department
Prof. Alessandro Riboni Ecole Polytechnique, Economics Department
Prof. Erik Snowberg University of British Columbia, Economics Department
Prof. Ken Shotts Stanford University, Graduate School of Business
Prof. Milan Svolik Yale, Political Science
Prof. Peter Buisseret Harvard University, Government Department
Dimitri Migrow University of Calgary
Prof. David Myatt London Business School
Prof. Stephane Wolton London School of Economics
Prof. John Patty Emory University, Political Science
Prof. Shanker Satyanath New York University, Political Science Department
Apurav Yash Bhatiya University of Warwick
Song Yuan University of Warwick

QAPEC organises the annual CEPR Conference in Political Economy, jointly with the QAPS group of Princeton University and with Eccles School of Business of the University of Utah. The conference, held at the University of Warwick in Venice venue, brings together the top theoretical and empirical economists and political scientists across Europe and North America. The conference builds on the experience of the previous successful meetings organized annually since 2013.

QAPEC runs a weekly seminar series at the University of Warwick main campus, jointly organized with the PSPE group at the London School of Economics. QAPEC participates in the organization of the bi-weekly PolEconUK webinar series. In these seminar series, international speakers present their work in quantitative and analytical political economy, and interact with the QAPEC group of academics.

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Mon 8 Nov, '21
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POLECON UK - Muhammad Yasir Khan (Pittsburgh)

The POLECONUK Webinar provides a platform for scholars to disseminate research in political economy to a broad academic audience. We are a part of the POLECONUK network.

Please register by joining our mailing list. We will send out to all registered users an email with details how to join the seminar about three hours before the event.

Muhammad Yasir Khan (Pittsburgh), Title to be advised.

Mon 22 Nov, '21
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POLECON UK - Javier Rivas (Bath)

The POLECONUK Webinar provides a platform for scholars to disseminate research in political economy to a broad academic audience. We are a part of the POLECONUK network.

Please register by joining our mailing list. We will send out to all registered users an email with details how to join the seminar about three hours before the event.

Javier Rivas (Bath), Title to be advised.

Mon 6 Dec, '21
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POLECON UK - Yoko Okuyama (Uppsala)

The POLECONUK Webinar provides a platform for scholars to disseminate research in political economy to a broad academic audience. We are a part of the POLECONUK network.

Please register by joining our mailing list. We will send out to all registered users an email with details how to join the seminar about three hours before the event.

Yoko Okuyama, (Uppsala), Title to be advised.

LSE - Political Science and Political Economy (PSPE)

The Political Science and Political Economy (PSPE) research group at the LSE brings together faculty and PhD students who do quantitative and/or formal research on political institutions, political behaviour, public policy, and political economy.

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Princeton- Program for Quantitative and Analytical Political Science (QAPS)

The QAPS program was established in 2009 to support theoretical and quantitative research in political science and its dissemination. The program supports graduate students through QAPS fellowships, hosts host post-doctoral research fellows, organises quantitative skills workshops and conferences.

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EPEC

The European Political Economy Consortium fosters high-quality research in political economy by facilitating exchange among the leading European centres in political economy. It consists of five founding institutions, including Warwick.

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PolEconUK

The Political Economy UK Group is a network of institutions, economists and political scientists working in political economy. We host an annual Conference in the Spring/ Summer organised by one of the member institutions. Our objective is to disseminate and share research in political economy conducted in the United Kingdom.

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