CAGE: Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy
Interim Conference 2013
28th – 31st May 2013
Scarman House, University of Warwick
Thursday 30th May
Session 3: ‘The Political Economy of Redistribution and Income Inequality in
Developed Democracies’,
Chair: Professor Vera E. Troeger
09:00
09:15
09:30
Registration and Coffee
Introduction and Welcome: Vera E.
Troeger
Lena Schaffer (ETH Zurich)
co-author: Gabriele Spilker (ETH Zurich)
10:30
David Rueda (Oxford) and Daniel
Stegmueller (Essex)
11:30
12:00
Coffee
Lucy Barnes (Oxford)
13:00
Lunch
14.00
Pablo Beramendi (Duke)
co-author: Philipp Rehm(Ohio)
Torben Iversen (Harvard) and David
Soskice (LSE)
15.00
16.00
16.30
17.30
19:00
Coffee
Massimo Morelli (Columbia)
co-authors: Madhav S. Aney and
Maitreesh Ghatak
Close
Dinner
Adding another Level: Individual
Responses to Globalization and
Government Welfare Policies
Redistribution and Insurance: The
Effects of Income Expectations on
Preferences in Western Europe
Preference over Taxation
Who gives, who gains?
Progressivity and Preferences
Information, Social Networks and
Interest-Based Voting: Consequences
for Distributive Politics
Can Market Failure Cause Political
Failure?
CAGE Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy
Department of Economics  University of Warwick
www.warwick.ac.uk\go\cage
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