Peter John Loewen

Research

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For a full list of my publications please see my CV.

 Recent Talks

 
 

CSDP Workshop - May 17, 2017 - Princeton: When do politicians respond to public opinion?

Canadian Election Study Workshop - May 29, 2017 - Toronto: Prediction and explanation in election studies.

Canadian Political Science Association - May 30, 2017 - Toronto: Large scale election studies.

Canadian Political Science Association - June 1, 2017 - Toronto: Prospects for an anti-immigration party in Canada

Bribery Talk - Political Behaviour Group - Sept 18, 2017: The Advantage of State Monopolies on the Use of Punishment

Depression Talk - Political Behaviour Group - December 4, 2017: Voters punish politicians with depression

Depression Talk - Temple University - February 5, 2018: Voters punish politicians with depression

Politicians talk - Department of Political Science, University of Calgary - February 8, 2018: Are politicians good enough for democracy?

Empathy talk - Department of Political Science and International Relations, Université Geneve - March 5, 2018: Empathy and Political Preferences

Politicians talk - Department of Political Science, University of Essex - March 6, 2018: Are politicians good enough for democracy?

Politicians talk - Public Policy Group, LSE/Kings/QM - March 8, 2018:  Are politicians good enough for democracy?

University of Toronto Alumni Talks - Palo Alto, Boston, Washington DC, Spring 2018: Trade and public opinion in Canada and the US

Canadian Political Science Association Annual Meeting - Regina, SK: Empathy and Political Preferences and Politicians and Depression.

American Political Science Association Annual Meeting - Boston, MA: When do politicians pursue more policy information?

US Studies Centre, University of Sydney: Automation and Populism

Melbourne - Experiments 1, 2, 3. Retrobias paper.

Forecasting lecture.