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Warwick-Princeton-Yale-CEPR Political Economy Symposium 2024
26-27 April 2024
EIEF- Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance, Rome, Italy.


The Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), the Department of Economics at the University of Warwick, along with the Department of Politics at Princeton University, the Department of Political Science at Yale University and the Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance (EIEF) are organising a symposium on Political Economy in Rome, Italy, from the 26-27 April 2024.

The aim of the symposium is to bring together top theoretical and empirical political scientists and economists across the world: a focal encounter taking place in Europe every Spring discussing high-quality work in political economy, broadly defined. Another important aim of this symposium is to provide young researchers with the opportunity to meet and discuss their work with senior top scholars in the field. A limited number of papers will be selected (10 over two days) to allow maximum time for discussion.

If you have any difficulties registering for this meeting, please contact Jemila Benchikh, Events Officer at [email protected]

The symposium will feature a range of academics from across the world presenting papers on a number of topics. The full programme for the symposium can be found here


Travel and Accommodation 
Travel and accommodation expenses will be covered for all participants according to the CEPR travel guidelines. If you could contribute to the costs of your attendance from a research grant at your disposal, however, this would free up funds for other participants. Please indicate in your application whether you will be able to cover your own travel costs, or whether you will require funding.
Yours sincerely,
Helios Herrera (University of Warwick and CEPR)
Mateusz Stalinski (University of Warwick)
Adam H. Meirowitz (Yale University)
Matias Iaryczower (Princeton University)
Kristopher Ramsay (Princeton University)

Advisory Committee
Nathan Canen (University of Warwick and CEPR)
Noam Yuchtman (Oxford University and CEPR) 
Galina Zudenkova (TU Dortmund and CEPR)
Gilat Levy (LSE and CEPR)
Salvatore Nunnari (Bocconi University and CEPR)
Maria Petrova (Pompeu Fabra University and CEPR)
Stephane Wolton (LSE and CEPR)
Giacomo Ponzetto (CREI and CEPR)
Mathias Thoenig (University of Lausanne and CEPR)
Mounu Prem (EIEF and CEPR)