Methods Workshop

 

Spring Quarter, 2017

April 5: Alexander Hirsch, Cal Tech, “The Lobbyist’s Dilemma: Gatekeeping and the Profit Motive”

April 19: Ines Levin, UC Irvine, "Learning about the Influence of Spatial and Temporal Proximity using Regression Trees.”

May 3: Arthur Spirling, NYU

May 8: Pablo Barbera, USC, co-sponsored with American Politics Seminar (Note: Monday, not Wednesday)

June 7: Bryce Dietrich, Iowa, "Understanding Social Polarization in the U.S. Congress Using Variations in Pixel Intensity and Clustering, 2000-2014.”


Methods Workshop archive