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Fall Quarter 2019
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9/26/2019Brandon StewartWord Embeddings
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10/3/2019Keng-chi ChangPerceptions of Democracy among International Students /
How Live-streaming Technology Shapes Political Attitudes
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10/10/2019Leo YangFactional Competition and Power Sharing under Authoritarianism
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10/17/2019Shane XuanThe Political Economy of Democratic Attitudes in the Age of Democratic Erosion
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10/24/2019Kathryn Baragwanath // Luke+Molly // How to use the Social science compute cluster: https://sscf.ucsd.edu/ssrde/quick-start-guide
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10/31/2019Michele Castiglioni"Reforming the nepotistic state? How familial and political networks undermine bureaucratic reform in Brazil"
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11/7/2019NO MEETINGIR Job Talk
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11/14/2019NO MEETINGIR Job Talk
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11/21/2019NO MEETINGIR Job Talk
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11/28/2019NO MEETINGThanksgiving
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12/5/2019davide vivianoInference on Dynamic Causal Effects with High Dimensional Data
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Winter Quarter 2020
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1/9/2020Mariana Carvalho
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1/16/2020Luke Sanford, Thomas FlahertySatellite Data and Synthetic Controls // The New Economic Geography of Trade Politics
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1/23/2020Wayne SandholtzDo voters reward service delivery? Experimental evidence from Liberia
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Spring Quarter 2019
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5/30/2019Remy Levin
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6/6/2019Tesalia RizzoBreaking the Clientelist Feedback Loop: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Mexico
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