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Collaborator on a team proposal from U of Houston Political Science to Carnegie ``Social Media Regulation and Election Integrity: The Domestic- International Connection'' - filed March 15 2021
Monash-Warwick-Zurich Text-as-Data Workshop
February 18th & 19th, 2021
starting 7:25am UTC+0 | 8:25am UTC+1 | 6:25pm UTC+11
On Zoom (REGISTER for link)
Thursday, February 18th
7:25am | 8:25am | 6:25pm
Introduction (5 mins)
7:30am | 8:30am | 6:30pm
Dov Levin and Nikolay Marinov filed a proposal ``Fixing the Horse-Race: New Directions in the Study of Election Interventions'' with NSF on August 17th, 2020.
Developing Solutions for Conspiracy Beliefs, Fake News, and MisinformationUniversity of Miami
March 19-22, 2020
German Public Opinion on Foreign and Security Policy in a Time of Transatlantic Stress, Part II
Workshop / Venue: Amerikahaus
Jan 15 2020, Jordan Tama of American University and Marinov applied to the NSF with a grant proposal titled ``Commitment, Delegation, and Effectiveness: U.S. Statements and Actions on Sanctions''.
On January 12, 2020, Simon Hug of University of Geneva and Marinov applied for a grant to study election interventions and civil war.
The conference aims to bring together scholars working in comparative politics, political economy, and formal political theory. 2019 Organizers: Sean Gailmard and Andrew Little, Berekeley.
T Braueninger and N Marinov will present their work on propaganda.
Strategic Decisions on Economic Sanctions
Thu, August 29, 12:00 to 1:30pm, Washington Hilton, TBA
Meddling in Elections
Sat, August 31, 4:00 to 5:30pm, Washington Hilton, TBA