O Grupo de Economia Política (GEP), organizado por pós-graduandos e recém-doutores do Instituto de Relações Internacionais (IRI) e do Departamento de Ciência Política (DCP) da Universidade de São Paulo (USP), promove encontros regulares com pesquisadores que compartilham interesses metodológicos e substantivos para acompanhar os trabalhos mais recentes no campo da economia política.
O GEP está aberto para a comunidade uspiana e para professores e pesquisadores de universidades vizinhas. Os encontros acontecem na sala do Centro de Estudos das Negociações Internacionais (CAENI) — 2º andar, prédio do IRI — às sextas-feiras, 14:00.
Os textos a serem discutidos serão enviados com uma semana de antecedência e o link de acesso para os mesmos estarão também disponíveis neste website.
23/09: Xiang, Jun. “Dyadic Effects, Relevance, and the Empirical Assessment of the Kantian Peace.” International Interactions (2016): 1-24.
14/09: Beck, Nathaniel, and Jonathan N. Katz. “Throwing out the baby with the bath water: A comment on Green, Kim, and Yoon.” International Organization 55.02 (2001): 487-495.
09/09: Green, Donald P., Soo Yeon Kim, and David H. Yoon. “Dirty pool.” International Organization 55.02 (2001): 441-468.
19/08: Competence and Luck – Different Types of Valence in Representation and Elections. Working paper, Rodopho Bernabel (2016). (presença do autor).
Erikson, Robert S., Pablo M. Pinto, and Kelly T. Rader. “Dyadic analysis in international relations: A cautionary tale.” Political Analysis 22.4 (2014): 457-463.
(1) Reynolds, Evangeline M., and Matthew S. Winters. “Foreign aid funnel? A placebo-based assessment of aid flows to non-permanent United Nations Security Council members.” Research & Politics 3.1 (2016).
(2) Reynolds, Evangeline. “Best of all plausible worlds? Checking robustness of time-series cross-sectional models with fictitious plausible alternate treatments.” Visions in Methodology Conference, McMaster University. 2014.
(1) Albertus, Michael, and Victor A. Menaldo. “Capital in the Twenty-First Century—In the Rest of the World.” Annual Review of Political Science, Forthcoming(2015).
(2) Erikson, Robert S. “Income Inequality and Policy Responsiveness.” Annual Review of Political Science 18 (2015): 11-29.
10/06: de la Cuesta, Brandon, and Kosuke Imai. “Misunderstandings About the Regression Discontinuity Design in the Study of Close Elections.” Annual Review of Political Science 19 (2016): 375-396.
06/10: Fear of Crowds in World Trade Organization Disputes: Why Don’t More Countries Participate?, Johns e Pelc, Journal of Politics, 78(1), 2016
29/09: Do WTO Disputes Actually Increase Trade?, Jeffrey Kucik e Krzysztof Pelc, working paper, 2015.
21/09: Selection on Observed and Unobserved Variables: Assessing the Effectiveness of Catholic Schools, Altonji et al., Journal of Political Economy 113(1), 2005
08/09: The Logic of Child Soldiering and Coercion, Beber e Blattman, International Organization 67(1), 2013
Texto complementar: Global Production Networks, Chronic Poverty and ‘Slave Labour’ in Brazil, Philips e Sakamoto, Studies in Comparative International Development 47, 2012
31/08: The Slave Trade and the Origins of Mistrust in Africa, Nunn e Wantchekov, American Economic Review, 2011
17/08: Compulsory Voting Can Increase Political Inequality: Evidence From Brazil, Cepaluni e Hidalgo, working paper, 2015
30/06: Preferences for International Redistribution:The Divide over the Eurozone Bailouts, Bechtel, Hainmueller e Margalit, AJPS 58(4), 2014
23/06: When are International Institutions Effective? The Impact of Domestic Veto Players on Compliance with WTO Rulings, working paper, 2015
09/06: Intelligent Policing and Homicide Prevention: Using the Synthetic Control Method to Estimate the Effect of Policy Implementation, working paper, 2015
02/06: Minimum Wages and Employment: A Case Study of the Fast-Food Industry in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, Card e Krueger, The American Economic Review 84(4), 1994
26/05: What Difference Does It Make? Impact of Peer-Reviewed Scholarships on Scientific Production, Bin et al., Scientometrics, 2015
19/05: Multivariate Continuous Blocking to Improve Political Science Experiments, Moore, Political Analysis, 2012
12/05: Can Civilian Attitudes Predict Civil War Violence?, Hirose, Imai e Lyall, working paper
28/04: An Empirical Validation Study of Popular Survey Methodologies for Sensitive Questions, Rosenfeld, Imai e Shapiro, AJPS (forthcoming)
14/04: Social Desirability Bias In Voter Turnout Reports, Holbrook e Krosnick, Public Opinion Quarterly 74(1), 2010
07/04: Explaining Support for Combatants during Wartime: A Survey Experiment in Afghanistan, Lyall, Blair e Imai, APSR 107(4), 2013
31/03: The Multiple Effects of Casualties on Public Support for War: An Experimental Approach, Gartner, APSR 102(1), 2008
24/03: Does the media matter? A Field Experiment Measuring the Effect of Newspapers on Voting Behavior and Political Opinions, Gerber, Karlan, e Bergan, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 2009
17/03: Causes of Non-Compliance with International Law: A Field Experiment on Anonymous Incorporation, Findley, Nielson e Sharman, American Journal of Political Science, 59(1), 2015
Survey and Experimental Research in International Political Economy, Jensen, Mukherjee e Bernhard, International Interactions, 40:3, 2014
Surveys, Experiments, and the Landscape of International Political Economy, Thomas Pepinsky, International Interactions, 40:3, 2014
Survey Research in International Political Economy: Motivations, Designs, Methods, Dustin Tingley, International Interactions, 40:3, 2014
26/11: Foreign Direct Investment and Institutional Diversity in Trade Agreements: Credibility, Commitment, and Economic Flows in the Developing World, 1971–2007, Tim Büthe and Helen V. Milner, World Politics, vol.66, 01, 2014.
12/11: Does Inequality induce more Borrowing? Electoral Institutions and Responses to Economic, Jonh Ahquist e Ben Ansell, Working paper, 2014.
Who Liberalizes? Economic Crises and Sectoral Variation in Trade Policies. Ballard-Rosa, Carnegie and Gaikwad. Working Paper, 2013
Protectionist Responses to the Crisis: Global Trends and Implications, Bussière, Pérez-Barreiro, Straub and Taglioni. World Economy, 34, 2011
Political Parties, Supply-Side Strategies, and Firms: The Political Micro-Economy of Partisan Politics, Camyar, Isa. The Journal of Politics 76, no. 03 (July 2014): 725–39.
Party Politics and International Trade: Mainstream Parties, Niche Parties, and Trade Openness, Camyar, Isa. International Studies Quarterly 56, no. 2 (June 1, 2012): 397–404.
17/09: Political Ideology and Endogenous Trade Policy: an Empirical Investigation. Pushan Dutt and Devashish Mitra, The Review of Economics and Statistics, 2005.
03/09: Policy space and regional predilections: Partisanship and trade agreements in Latin America, Robert Galantucci, Review of International Political Economy, 2014.
10/06: “United we stand, divided we fall.”: which countries join coalitions more often in gatt/wto negotiations?, Cepaluni e Fernandes, 2014 (working paper).
27/05: Cheap Talk: Transaction Costs, Quality of Institutions, and Trade Agreements, Baccini, EJIR, 2012.
13/05: Unpacking the Black Box of Causality: Learning about Causal Mechanisms from Experimental and Observational Studies, Imai et. al., APSR, 2011.
Quantile Regression for Time-Series-Cross-Section Data, Alexander, Harding, and Lamarche (working paper, 2010)
A quantile regression approach for estimating panel data models using instrumental variables, Harding e Lamarche (Economics Letters, 2009)
15/04: Reduction, Stasis, and Expansion of Budgets in Advanced Democracies, Christian Breunig (Comparative Political Studies, 2011)
Inequality and Regime Change Stephan Haggard, Robert Kaufman, and Terence Teo
Rethinking Inequality and Democratization, Ben Ansell and David Samuels
RMDs, Carles Boix
Democracy, Public Policy, and Inequality Daron Acemoglu, Suresh Naidu, Pascual Restrepo and James A. Robinson
Inequality, Democratization, and Democratic Consolidation, Christian Houle
11/03: Balancing Demands: The World Economy and the Composition of Policy Preferences, Timothy Hellwig (Journal of Politics, jan. 2014)
17/12: Synthetic Control Methods for Comparative Case Studies: Estimating the Effect of California’s Tobacco Control Program, Abadie, Diamond e Hainmueller (Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 105, No. 490, 2010)
26/11: Assessing Economic Liberalization Episodes: A Synthetic Control Approach, Billmeier e Nannicini (The Review of Economics and Statistics, 95(3), 2013)
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05/11: Which Devil in Development? A Randomized Study of Citizen Actions Supporting Foreign Aid in Uganda, Milner, Nielson, e Findley, 2013 (working paper).
15/10: When Payouts Pay Off: Conditional Cash Transfersand Voting Behavior in Brazil 2002–10, Zucco, (AJPS, 47(3), 2013).
01/10: The Effect of Electoral Rules on Public Goods Provision: An Experimental Approach in Thailand’s 2011 General Elections, Selway, Hicken, e Kannnika, 2013 (working paper).
19/09: Using Field Experiments in International Relations: A Randomized Study of Anonymous Incorporation, Findley, MG, Nielson DL, Sharman JC. (International Organization 67(4), 2013).
Texto complementar: On Politicians’ Office-seeking Behavior: Evidence From a Pair of Field Experiments in Brazil, Spada, Kern, Guimarães, Cepaluni, 2013 (working paper).
22/08: The Spoils of Victory: Campaign Donations and Government Contracts in Brazil, Boas, Hidalgo e Richardson, 2013 (working paper).
Anexo: Supporting Information