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.
Ben LockwoodManagement Committee
Helios HerreraManagement Committee
Mirko DracaManagement Committee
Sharun MukandManagement Committee
Fetzer ThiemoManagement Committee
Michela RedoanoManagement Committee
Vincenzo BoveManagement Committee
Francesco SquintaniManagement 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|
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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