Monthly Meetings

The Experimental Politics Workshop typically meets once every month for (a) guest speaker presentations and (b) internal design proposals (research proposals and works-in-progress by students and faculty). Guest speaker presentations take place from 12–1:15 p.m. on various days of the week, and in conjunction with other research groups, so please check the schedule carefully. Internal design presentations take place on Fridays from 12–1:30 p.m. All meetings are held in North Hall in either Room 422 (Ogg Room) or Room 211.

Spring 2019 Schedule

Friday, February 15:
Chagai Weiss (UW–Madison) and Salma Mousa (Stanford): 
Mobilizing Activists through Intergroup Contact: Experimental Evidence from Israel”
X. Xunchao Zhang (UW–Madison): “Harm Intended: Conflict-Generated Utility as a Consumption Good” (supplemental materials)

12–1:30 p.m., Room 211

Friday, March 15:
Lotem Bassan (UW–Madison): 
“Shame On You: Publicity and Policy Change”
Mike DeCrescenzo (UW–Madison), Benjamin Toff (University of Minnesota), and Zach Warner (Cardiff University): “Polls, Forecasts, and Voters’ Perceptions of Uncertainty” (supplemental materials)

12–1:30 p.m., Room 211

Friday, April 26:
Rikhil Bhavnani (UW–Madison) and Yoshikuni Ono (Tohoku University):
“Voting for Dynastic Politicians: India, Japan, and the Philippines in Comparative Perspective”
Shaan Amin (UW–Madison):
“Status, Emotion, and Social Identity Equilibria”
12–1:30 p.m., Room 211