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Academic Conference Program 2019

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This year's edition of our annual Academic Conference will focus on the Political Economics of Long run Development in Eastern Europe. There is by now a growing academic literature analyzing not only the current consequences of authoritarianism and corruption, but also the economic history of the eastern region and how that can account for some of the norms and institutions in place today. The purpose of this event is to bring together scholars in this field for a fruitful exchange of ideas and presentations of the current academic standing on the topic.

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Academic Conference Program 2019

  1. 1. ACADEMIC CONFERENCE PROGRAM 2019 THE LONG SHADOW OF TRANSITION: THE POLITICAL ECONOMICS OF LONG RUN DEVELOPMENT IN EASTERN EUROPE 8:30 - 9:00 10:45 - 12:15 16:00 - 17:00 9:00 - 9:15 12:15 - 13:30 13:30 - 15:30 18:30 10:15 - 10:45 9:15 - 10:15 15:30 - 16:00 REGISTRATION AND COFFEE December 16 WELCOME: •ANDERS OLOFSGÅRD, Deputy Director SITE. “POLITICAL EFFECTS OF THE INTERNET AND SOCIAL MEDIA” •KEYNOTE 1: RUBEN ENIKOLOPOV, Rector and Professor at the New Economic School. INFORMATIONAL AUTOCRACY IN PUTIN’S RUSSIA •KEYNOTE 2: DANIEL TREISMAN, Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Los Angeles. PANEL 2: THE HISTORICAL LEGACY ENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE •GERHARD TOEWS, Assistant Professor at the New Economic School in Moscow. ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF THE 1933 SOVIET FAMINE •NATALYA NAUMENKO, Assistant Professor at George Mason University. DISMANTLED ONCE, DIVERGED FOREVER? A QUASI-NATURAL EXPERIMENT OF RED ARMY’S MISDEEDS IN POST-WWII EUROPE •CHRISTIAN OCHSNER, Assistant Professor at CERGE-EI and Research Fellow University of Zurich. FINANCING LATE INDUSTRIALIZATION: EVIDENCE FROM THE RUSSIAN STATE BANK •MARVIN SUESSE, Assistant Professor in Economics, Trinity College. PANEL 1: CURRENT POLITICAL ECONOMICS OBFUSCATING OWNERSHIP •SCOTT GEHLBACH, Professor, Department of Political Science and Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES, PROTESTS, AND CENSORSHIP •GALINA ZUDENKOVA, Professor, Department of Economics, TU Dortmund University. THE EFFECTS OF ACROSS-REGIME INTERPERSONAL CONTACT ON THE SUPPORT FOR AUTHORITARIAN REGIMES •ANDREAS STEGMANN, Postdoctoral Fellow, briq - Institute on Behaviour & Ineqaulity. COFFEE BREAK COFFEE BREAK CONFERENCE DINNER (Speakers only) LUNCH
  2. 2. ACADEMIC CONFERENCE PROGRAM 2019 12:00 - 13:15 9:30 - 10:00 13:15 - 14:15 14:15 - 14:30 10:05 - 12:00 REGISTRATION AND COFFEE PANEL 3: CURRENT POLITICAL ECONOMICS POLITICAL MACHINES: HOW EMPLOYERS SUBVERT ELECTIONS •TIMOTHY FRYE, Marshall D. Shulman Professsor, Department of Political Science, Columbia University. LIGHTS ALONG THE FRONTIER: CONVERGENCE OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY IN THE PROXIMITY OF THE POLISH-GERMAN BORDER, 1992-2012 •MICHAL MYCK, Director of the Centre for Economic Analysis, CenEA. UKRAINIAN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AT THE PATH OF TRANSITION: CAPACITY AND AUTONOMY OF CIVIL SERVANTS •TETYANA TYSHCHUK, Associate Professor at Kyiv School of Economicsl of Public. TRADING WITH THE ENEMY: THE IMPACT OF CONFLICT ON TRADE IN NON-CONFLICT AREAS •VASILY KOROVKIN, Assistant Professor in Economics, CERGE-EI. POLITICAL ECONOMY OF POPULISM •KEYNOTE 3: SERGEI GURIEV, Professor of Economics, Sciences Po. END OF CONFERENCE LUNCH December 17 THE LONG SHADOW OF TRANSITION: THE POLITICAL ECONOMICS OF LONG RUN DEVELOPMENT IN EASTERN EUROPE

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