*The following seminar has been cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak.
The 16th Yamakawa Kenjiro Lecture Series featuring Isabela Mares (Yale University)
The two talks will discuss the methodological and empirical aspects of electoral clientelism based on her new book (with Lauren E. Young), Conditionality and Coercion (Oxford University Press, 2019).The talks are open to the public
- First talk: “How to study electoral irregularities: new advances in theory and measurement”DATE: March 9th (Mon); 15:30 to 18:00.
VENUE; Collaboration Room 3 at Building 18, University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus
DISCUSSANT: Rieko Kage (University of Tokyo)
- Second Talk: “Democratization after Democratization: How European countries ended electoral corruption”
DATE; March 10th (Tue): 17:30 to 19:30
VENUE; Conference Room 1, ISS Building, University of Tokyo, Hongo Campus
DISCUSSANT: Yuko Kasuya (Keio University)
This talk is based on Chapter 2 of her recent book (with Lauren Young) Conditionality and Coercion
SPEAKER: Isabela Mares
Arnold Wolfers Professor of Political Science
Please contact <hiwatari[a]iss.u-tokyo> for further information or queries.