Tthe 1st Waseda-Irvine conference on Political Economy

The Jack W. Peltason Center for the Study of Democracy (UC Irvine) and CPPE will hold an international conference, Waseda-Irvine Conference on Political Economy on October 19th, 2018.
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Date: October 19th, 2018
Venue: Social Sciences Plaza B, Room 5206, University of California, Irvine
Organizers: Amihai Glazer (UCI), Hideki Konishi (Waseda)

Opening speech
9:00 am- 9:10 am

Session 1:
9:10 am -- 12:00pm (50 minutes for each presentation including discussion)

Julia Valdes (UCI), Examining the Effects of Priming on Private Politics Use
Marisa Kellam (Waseda), Can Democracy Survive Without Free Media? (abstract: LinkIconabstract.pdf)

Airo Hino (Waseda), Lost in Translation?: Testing the Validity of Ideological Scales in Japan (full paper: LinkIconhino&endo_apsa2018.pdf)

Session 2:
13:30 pm -- 16:20 pm (50 minutes for each presentation including discussion)
Yasushi Asako (Waseda), Strategic Ambiguity with Probabilistic Voting

Toshi H. Arimura (Waseda), Seemingly Unrelated Interventions: Environmental Management Systems in the Workplace and Energy Conservation Behaviors at Home (full paper: LinkIcondp1802.pdf

Vellore Arthi (UCI), Can Migration Make Deadly Recessions Look Healthy? Evidence from Large-Scale Linked Microdata

Closing speech
16:20 pm --16:30 pm