The Comparative Politics and Development Doctoral Workshop takes place at least every other week in the Michaelmas and Lent Term on Fridays from 12-1 pm in CLM.2.05 (Clement House, second floor).
The CP Workshop is a great opportunity for research students and faculty to present on-going work, discuss matters of research and professional development and foster synergies within the department. All interested are welcome to attend.
Lunch is provided, however please join the mailing list to get details on how to pre-order.
To join the mailing list or if you have an interest in presenting, please contact Kate Alexander (K.I.Alexander@lse.ac.uk) or Dr. Steffen Hertog (S.Hertog@lse.ac.uk).
1 July 2014
Student presentation: Flavia Donadelli
Biodiversity conservation and climate change regimes in Brazil: overlaps and conflicts
Time: 2-3 pm
* Please note the change in time and room.
11 October 2012
‘Meet & Greet’ – introduction to the workshop by Pon and Steffen, and opportunity for new and seasoned PhD students to mingle
25 October 2012
Faculty presentation: Francisco Panizza
“Away with them all” – “We are fantastic” Critical junctures and crises narratives in the 2001-02 financial crises in Argentina and Uruguay”.
1 November 2012
Getting a job in comparative politics (or with a comparative politics PhD) - Steffen Hertog and Bill Kissane
29 November 2012
Faculty presentation: Dann Naseemullah
The Politics of Developmental State Persistence: Institutional Origins, Industrialization and Agrarian Challenge
Download the paper
13 December 2012
Faculty presentation: Ken Shadlen (International Development)
The Politics of Patents and Innovation Policy in Latin America
24 January 2013
Student presentation: Juergen Braunstein
The political economy of Sovereign Wealth Fund Investment
31 January 2013
Student presentation: Mollie Gerver
Comparing Non-Governmental Organizations Facilitating Repatriation of Refugees and Failed Asylum Seekers in Israel
14 February 2013
Faculty presentation: Jonathan Hopkin
Economic Reform and the Debt Crisis in Southern Europe
21 February 2013
Faculty presentation: Elliott Green (International Development)
Endogenous Ethnicity: How Urbanization Promotes Homogenization
28 February 2013
Faculty presentation: Mayling Birney (International Development)
Authoritarian Stability under a Rule of Mandates: The Conditional Implementation of Village Elections in China
7 March 2013
Student presentation: Sasha Jesperson
Addressing Organised Crime though the Security-Development Nexus: Questions of Interface
21 March 2013
Getting published: a discussion with faculty – Prof. Simon Hix, Dr. Steffen Hertog
29 May 2013
Student presentation: Ting Luo
Authoritarian control in China’s village committee elections: Economic development and Incumbency advantage