Lansing B. Lee, Jr./Bankard Seminar in Global Politics

The Lansing B. Lee/Bankard Seminar in Global Politics is a year-long speaker series that features leading scholars in International Relations, Comparative Politics, and Political Economy.

Invited scholars present cutting-edge research and engage in lively debate with faculty and graduate students. The seminar is made possible through generous grants from the family of Lansing B. Lee, Jr. and the Bankard Fund for Political Economy at the University of Virginia.

Dr. Todd S. Sechser helms the program.

Spring 2019

Ariel Dinar
Professor of Environmental Economics and Policy
School of Public Policy, University of California Riverside
Presentation Title
Why are there so Few Basin-wide Treaties?
Start Date
02-11-2019
Start Time
12:15
End Time
1:30
Location
Gibson 296
Michael Ross
Professor
Department of Political Science, University of California Los Angeles
Presentation Title
TBD
Start Date
03-04-2019
Start Time
12:15
End Time
1:30
Location
Gibson 296
Kevin Cope
Associate Professor of Law
University of Virginia
Presentation Title
Making Treaties
Start Date
03-18-2019
Start Time
12:15
End Time
1:30
Location
Gibson 296
Caitlin Talmadge
Associate Professor of Security Studies
Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
Presentation Title
TBD
Start Date
04-08-2019
Start Time
12:15
End Time
1:30
Location
Gibson 296
John Marshall
Assistant Professor
Department of Political Science, Columbia University
Presentation Title
TBD
Start Date
04-15-2019
Start Time
12:15
End Time
1:30
Location
Gibson 296
Valerie Karplus
Class of 1943 Career Development Assistant Professor of Global Economics and Management
Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Presentation Title
Smoke and Mirrors: Did China's Environmental Crackdowns Lead to Persistent Changes in Polluting Firm Behavior?
Start Date
04-22-2019
Start Time
12:15
End Time
1:30
Location
Gibson 296
Edmund Malesky
Professor
Department of Political Science, Duke University
Presentation Title
Testing Legislator Responsiveness to Citizens and Firms in Single-Party Regimes: A Field Experiment in the Vietnamese National Assembly
Start Date
04-29-2019
Start Time
12:15
End Time
1:30
Location
Gibson 296