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Colloquium on Analytical Sociology

The colloquium provides doctoral researchers and postdoctoral fellows with an opportunity to present ongoing work and receive feedback beyond what is already given in regular one-on-one meetings with the supervisor. The colloquium is also used to work on collaborative research projects. These collaborative projects give researchers an opportunity to participate in and publish on research led by the supervisor. Moreover, they provide an invaluable opportunity for beginning researchers to learn the tricks of the trade of social science research from more experienced researchers, postdoctoral fellows and the supervisor in a safe environment.

Any public lectures organized in conjunction with the colloquium are fully open to the EUI community.


Events in Academic Year 2020-2021
  • 16 April 2021: Gaël Le Mens (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
    Topic: Politician-Citizen Interactions and Dynamic Representation: Evidence from Twitter
  • 26 March 2021: Sarah Thebaud (UC Santa Barbara)
    Topic: When do work-family policies work? Unpacking the effects of stigma and financial costs for men and women
  • 19 February 2021: Filiz Garip (Cornell University)
    Topic: How to model the weather-migration link: A machine-learning approach to variable selection in the Mexico-U.S. context
  • 22 January 2021: Gianluca Manzo (CNRS / Sorbonne University)
    Topic: How network analysis can help us out of the corona crisis
  • 4 December 2020: Michael Macy (Cornell University)
    Topic: News Credibility Depends on Ideological Alignment with the Content, not the Source
  • 20 November 2020: Solène Delecourt (Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley)
    Topic: Do buyers discriminate against female-owned businesses? Two field experiments
  • 23 October 2020: Douglas Guilbeault (Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley)
    Topic: Experimental Evidence for Scale-Induced Category Convergence across Populations


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