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5 April 2008

Political Economy Students Conference

Dear students and colleagues,

We would like to invite you to attend the Political Economy Student Conference, to be held on April 17th in the NBER premises, in Cambridge, MA. The conference is an opportunity for students interested in political economy and other related fields to get together and discuss the open issues in the field, know what other people are working on, and share ideas. The program of the conference can be found at:

http://www.stanford.edu/group/peg/april_2008_conference/conference_program

This year, some members of the NBER Political Economy Group will be joining us for the conference. We are sure that we will greatly benefit from their comments and suggestions during the discussions.

We hope that those of you interested will attend the conference. The success of the conference largely depends on students' attendance and participation. Given that we have limited seats for the conference, please e-mail leopoldo (at) mit (dot) edu as soon as possible if you are interested in attending so that we can secure a spot for you.

Best regards,

Leopoldo Fergusson
Marcello Miccoli
Pablo Querubin

Posted by Jens Hainmueller at 5:04 PM