NEWEPS COVID-19 Update:
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, we will be making some changes to the format of the upcoming conference. NEWEPS 14 will still be held on May 1st, however we will be moving to a virtual format through Zoom. Four papers will be discussed simultaneously in parallel sessions in the new format.
If you are interested in participating please fill out the registration form here and send any paper submissions to email@example.com by March 30, 2020. Paper acceptance decisions will be announced April 6th.
Additional information on the virtual aspects of the conference will be forthcoming shortly.
NEWEPS is a small working group that brings together scholars who use cutting-edge empirical methods to study the political economy of governance, representation, development and conflict. NEWEPS focuses on research that uses rigorous, creative methods to do micro-level analysis of key questions in comparative political economy and international relations. Field experiments, quasi-experiments, and innovative uses of administrative, remote-sensed, historical, or other behavioral data are of particular interest. The meeting does not have a specific geographic focus.
The “conference” section of the NEWEPS website explains how conference meetings function and how papers are selected to balance various considerations (paper potential, upcoming job market paper, previous presentations and participation, and geographic and institutional diversity) with the goal of maintaining a strong and inclusive NEWEPS community.
Our fourteenth meeting will be held on May 1st via Zoom.
If you are interested in participating, please fill out the registration form.
CALL FOR PAPERS
The workshop organizers invite submissions for completed papers and detailed research designs to be included in the NEWEPS-14 program. Priority will be given to papers that use innovative methods to study questions relating to governance, representation, conflict, or development.
Both faculty and graduate students are encouraged to submit their work. We hope to hold meetings where a diverse range of perspectives can be heard, and thus strongly encourage submissions from authors identifying with under-represented groups.
The paper submission deadline is March 30, 2020. Please send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- March 30 — Submission deadline
- April 6 — Announcement of selected papers
- April 13 — Deadline for Confirmation of Acceptance
- April 20 —Final submissions of selected papers Due
- May 1 — NEWEPS-14 Conference at Palmer House, Princeton
Convenors: Jake Shapiro, Elsa Voytas, Benjamin Crisman
The agenda for NEWEPS-14 can be found here.