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Call for Papers: Lisbon Meeting on Institutions and Political Economy 2016

The third edition of the Lisbon Meeting on Institutions and Political Economy will take place in Lisbon, the 19th and 20th of February 2016. This meeting consists of sessions where contributed papers are presented, and two keynote public addresses by Toke Aidt (University of Cambridge) and Georg Vanberg (Duke University). We welcome submissions of complete papers on the following topics:

  • Coalition Theory and Governance (session chaired by Georg Vanberg)
  • Local government finance and political economy
  • Political accountability
  • Political institutions (session chaired by Toke Aidt)
  • Conflict and fragility (session chaired by Tilman Brück)

Submissions should take the form of a complete paper, and be sent to: callforpapers@lisbonmeeting.org.pt. Submissions should be sent no later than January 3th 2016. See more information here.

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