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March 2021
Buying time with children: Time-intensive child investment and women's labor supply across the life course

Buying time with children: Time-intensive child investment and women's labor supply across the life course

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A presentation by Vida Maralani (Cornell University) on 16 March 2021 within the Inequality Working Group
Date:
02/03/2021
Can Historical Events Generate Long-Term Cohort Effects in Politicization? Evidence from Western Europe, 1973–2002

Can Historical Events Generate Long-Term Cohort Effects in Politicization? Evidence from Western Europe, 1973–2002

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Presentation by Sergio Galaz-García (Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, CIDE) on 9 March 2021 in the framework of the Political Behaviour Colloquium
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01/03/2021
February 2021
March To Brussels: The Diffusion of Protests against Austerity and Free Trade in the EU

March To Brussels: The Diffusion of Protests against Austerity and Free Trade in the EU

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Presentation by Julia Rone (Minderoo Centre for Technology and Democracy at CRASSH, University of Cambridge) on 4 March 2021 in the framework of the Political Economy Working Group
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25/02/2021
SPS alumna Angela Liberatore heads up ERCEA's Scientific Department

SPS alumna Angela Liberatore heads up ERCEA's Scientific Department

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Liberatore took up her role as Head of the ERCEA's Science Department on 16 February.
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24/02/2021
Decolonising Fieldwork

Decolonising Fieldwork

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A talk by Dr Mayssoun Sukarieh (King's College London) organised in the framework of the Qualitative and Fieldwork Working Group on 26 February 2021
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22/02/2021
Gender research on teamwork in academia

Gender research on teamwork in academia

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In a recently published article, EUI Professor of Sociology Klarita Gërxhani and co-authors find that in economics, women receive less credit for co-authored research than do their male counterparts.
Date:
22/02/2021
Do multicultural policies fuel the success of radical right parties? Evidence from a quasi-experiment in Romania

Do multicultural policies fuel the success of radical right parties? Evidence from a quasi-experiment in Romania

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Presentation by Edina Szocsik (University of Basel) on 23 February 2021 in the framework of the Political Behaviour Colloquium
Date:
19/02/2021
How to model the weather-migration link: A machine-learning approach to variable selection in the Mexico-U.S. context

How to model the weather-migration link: A machine-learning approach to variable selection in the Mexico-U.S. context

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A presentation by Filiz Garip (Princeton University) on 19 February 2021 within the Colloquium on Analytical Sociology
Date:
11/02/2021
What is different in this crisis. Lessons from and for industrial relations theory

What is different in this crisis. Lessons from and for industrial relations theory

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Guglielmo Meardi (Scuola Normale Superiore) gives a talk on 18 February 2021 within the Political Economy Working Group
Date:
11/02/2021
Truth and Bias, Left and Right

Truth and Bias, Left and Right

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Presentation by Bernhard Clemm von Hohenberg (University of Amsterdam) on 16 February 2021 in the framework of the Political Behaviour Colloquium
Date:
11/02/2021
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