The Political Economy in the Chicago Area (PECA) conference is established as a annual event with a goal of strengthening the political economy community and encouraging collaboration across political economy research groups. The conference leverages on the strong concentration of political economy scholars spanning business schools, law schools, policy schools, political science, and economics departments in the Chicago area. The conference is open to rigorous theoretical, empirical, and experimental work in the field of political economy.
Attendance is by invitation only.
Ethan Bueno de Mesquita, The University of Chicago
Daniel Diermeier, Northwestern University
Francesco Trebbi, The University of Chicago
This one-day conference was sponsored by the Initiative on Global Markets, Harris School and Kellogg School of Management. View the schedule online or download PDF file.
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