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CDDRL 2023 Winter Research Seminar Series
The Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law at Stanford University’s Freeman-Spogli Institute for International Studies is an interdisciplinary center that bridges the worlds of scholarship and policy. Its weekly seminars feature research related to the many dimensions of social, political, and economic development, and seek to understand how countries can become more democratic, just, and well-governed.

2023 Winter Seminar Schedule:

Jan. 10 - Classless Politics: Islamist Movements, the Left, and Authoritarian Legacies in Egypt by Hesham Sallam

Jan. 17 - Urbanization, City Size, and Public Services by Allison Post

Jan. 24 - Using ML-Generated Data to Study Development by Brandon de la Cuesta

Jan. 31 - Can Peace Be Preserved across the Taiwan Strait? by Kharis Templeman

Feb. 7 - Political Equality: Concept and Measurement by Margaret Levi

Feb. 14 - Sacred Foundations: How the Medieval Church Shaped the State by Anna Grzymala-Busse

Feb. 21 - Increasing COVID-19 Vaccination in Kenya by Leah Rosenzweig

Feb. 28 - Infrastructure Development and Democratic Participation by Frank Fukuyama & Michael Bennon

March 7 - Democracy and Disinformation in the Philippines by Yuko Kasuya

March 14 - The Psychology of Economic Development by Catherine Thomas

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