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Conferences and Workshops: 2010-2011

July 13, 2010
Europe and the 'De-Americanization' of Globalization
Sponsored by the European Union Program, Princeton University and Brigham Young University
Hosts: Wade Jacoby (Brigham Young University) and Sophie Meunier (Princeton University) Held at the European University Institute

September 7, 2010
Orientation for Members of the NCGG Fellowship Programs
To be held in Roberston Hall, Room 438, 9:00 AM

September 9, 2010
Town/Gown Walking Tour with Princeton Tour Company
Open to incoming NCGG Fellopws. 1:30PM-3:00PM.

September 15, 2010
Woodrow Wilson School Orientation
To be held in the Bernstein Gallery, lower level of Robertson Hall, 10:30am – 11:45am

September 16, 2010
Informational Session and Tour of the Donald E. Stokes Library with Librarian Nancy Pressman Levy
Donald E. Stokes Library, Wallace Hall, 11:00am-12noon. By invitation only.

October 1-2, 2010
Back to Basics: Power in the Contemporary World
Hosts: Martha Finnemore (George Washington University), Judith Goldstein (Stanford University) and Helen V. Milner (Princeton University)
Room 015, Robertson Hall. By invitation only.

November 17, 2010
Publishing Workshop with Charles T. Myers, Group Publisher, Social Sciences, and Senior Editor for Political Science and Law at Princeton University Press
How do you turn a dissertation into a book manuscript, and how do you get it published?!
Prospect House, 12:00PM-2:00PM. By invitation only.

January 27-29, 2011
The Political Economy of International Organizations
Co-sponsors: Mortara Center for International Studies, Georgetown University and Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance, Princeton University
Zürich, Switzerland

February 4-5, 2011
New Methodologies and Applications in Comparative Politics and International Relations
Host: Kosuke Imai (Princeton University) and Michael Tomz (Stanford University)
Room 300, Wallace Hall

February 18-19, 2011
International Relations and Climate Change
Hosts: Sarah Bermeo (Duke University), Tana Johnson (Princeton University), Helen V. Milner (Princeton University) and Dustin Tingley (Harvard University)
Bowl 016, Robertson Hall

April 15-16, 2011
International Political Economy Conference
Yale University

May 14, 2011
Political Institutions and Economic Policy Workshop Hosts: Helen V. Milner and Thomas Romer (Princeton University)
Room 300, Wallace Hall

Conferences and Workshops: 2009-2010

September 8, 2009
Orientation for Members of the NCGG Fellowship Programs
To be held in Roberston Hall, Room 438, 9:00 AM

September 9, 2009
Tour of Donald E. Stokes and Princeton University Libraries
12:15PM-2:30 PM. By invitation only.

September 10, 2009
Town/Gown Walking Tour with Princeton Tour Company
Open to incoming NCGG Fellopws. Pre-registration required. 1:30PM-3:00PM.

September 16, 2009
Woodrow Wilson School Orientation Open House
To be held in the Bernstein Gallery, lower level of Robertson Hall, 10:30am – 11:45am

September 30, 2009
NCGG Welcome Reception
To be held in 300 Wallace Hall, 5:00PM-6:00PM. Open to the WWS community. RSVP to Patricia Trinity

November 13, 2009
More than Winning: The Logic of Electoral Manipulation
Host: Alberto Simpser (University of Chicago)

November 18, 2009
Publishing Workshop with Charles T. Myers, Group Publisher, Social Sciences, and Senior Editor for Political Science and Law at Princeton University Press
How do you turn a dissertation into a book manuscript, and how do you get it published?! This session is open to incoming NCGG Fellows. 12:00PM-2:00PM. By invitation only.

January 28-30, 2010
The Political Economy of International Organizations
Co-sponsors: Mortara Center for International Studies, Georgetown University and Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance, Princeton University

February to April, 2010
Global Governance Upturned
Sponsor: Oxford-Princeton Global Leaders’ Fellowship Program

April 16-17, 2010
International Political Economy Conference
Host: Joanne Gowa (Princeton University)

April 30-May 1, 2010
Workshop on the Politics of PTAs
Hosts: Helen Milner (Princeton University), Soo Yeon Kim (University of Maryland), Raymond Hicks (Princeton University)

May 3-4, 2010
Oxford-Princeton Global Leaders Fellowship Programme 2nd Annual Colloquium Hosts: Oxford University and Princeton University
This colloquium is open to invited participants. If you wish an invitation and commit to coming to all or almost all of the colloquium, please contact Patricia Trinity

May 15, 2010
Political Institutions and Economic Policy Workshop Hosts: Helen V. Milner and Thomas Romer (Princeton University)

Conferences and Workshops: 2008-2009

August 28, 2008
Robert O. Keohane Festschrift
To be held in Boston; By invitation only

September 2, 2008
Incoming NCGG Fellows Orientation
To be held in 438 Robertson Hall, 9 AM

September 9, 2008
Tour of Stokes & Firestone Libraries for NCGG Incoming Fellows
To be held at Stokes Library, 2:30 PM

September 10, 2008
Woodrow Wilson School Orientation - For all new WWS members
To be held in Bowl 016, Robertson Hall, 10:30 AM

September 11, 2008
NCGG Welcome Reception
To be held in 300 Wallace Hall, 5 PM. Open to the WWS community. RSVP to Patricia Trinity

September 23, 2008
Publishing Workshop for NCGG Incoming Fellows
To be held in 438 Robertson Hall, 11 AM

December 8-12, 2008
Theories of International Political Economy and China
Peking University, Beijing, China; By invitation only

February 20, 2009
The Politics of WTO Reform
By invitation only

April 3-4, 2009
The Economics, Law and Politics of the GATT/WTO To be held at Yale University; By invitation only

May 16, 2009
Political Institutions and Economic Policy Workshop To be held in 300 Wallace Hall; By invitation only

News: 2007-2008

October 8, 2007 - Oxford-Princeton Global Leaders Fellowship Programme announced--Information about the program

March 27, 2007 - Center receives endowment

Conferences and Workshops: 2007-2008

August 27, 2007
New Student Information Session
This session will provide students with a brief overview of the resources available at the center. Pre-registration required. To be held in 300 Wallace at 12:30pm.

September 4, 2007
New Fellows Orientation
To be held in 438 Robertson Hall, 10am

September 11, 2007
Welcome Reception
To be held in 300 Wallace at 5pm. Open to WWS community. RSVP to nbarthel@princeton.edu

September 27-28, 2007
Globalization and Democracy conference - Preliminary program

November 9-10, 2007
International Political Economy Society conference at Stanford University - Program

February 14-16, 2008
Princeton-Yale Seminar on Reputations and International Agreements (Please note that the seminar is not open to the public.)

Conferences and Workshops: 2006-2007

May 19, 2007
Political Institutions and Economic Policy workshop

May 11-12, 2007
Power and Institutional Design workshop

May 3-4, 2007
Effectiveness of International Institutions

March 16-17, 2007
Migration, International Relations, and the Evolution of World Politics
Preliminary program

March 1-4, 2007
PICSim (Princeton Interactive Crisis Simulation 2007)
Organized by the Undergraduate PICSim group

December 15, 2006
Microfinance conference
Organized by the Undergraduate Microfinance group

February 23, 2007
"Europe and the Management of Globalization"

November 17-18, 2006
International Political Economy Society Inaugural Conference

Conferences and Workshops: 2005-2006

May 13, 2006
"Research Group on Political Institutions and Economic Policy"
(Co-sponsored by the Research Program in Political Economy, the Center for Globalization and Governance, and PIIRS.)
(Please note that the meeting is not open to the public.)

May 5, 2006
"The Politics and Policy of HIV/AIDS in the Developing World"
(Co-sponsored by the Princeton AIDS Initiative, the Center for Health and Wellbeing, and the Center for Globalization and Governance.)
(For additional information please contact Josh Busby.)

April 7-8, 2006
"Rationality and Reputation in International Relations Theory"
(Organized by Josh Busby and Barbara Walter.)
(Please note that the workshop is not open to the public.)

March 9-11, 2006
"Observing Trade: International Trade Networks and Their Impacts"
(Sponsored by PIIRS and cosponsored by The Woodrow Wilson School, the International Economics Section, and the Center for Globalization and Governance)

February 26-27, 2006
"Financing Global Public Goods"
(Part of the L20 project.)
(Please note that the workshop is not open to the public.)

February 24-25, 2006
"Workshop on Nested and Overlapping Institutions"
(Organized by Sophie Meunier and Karen Alter)

February 16-18, 2006
"Normative and Empirical Evaluation of Global Governance"

November 11-12, 2005
"Transatlantic Relations Workshop"
(Please note that the workshop is not open to the public.)

April 29-30, 2005
"The Political Economy of Globalization: How Firms, Workers, and Policymakers Are Responding to Global Economic Integration"



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