Cost, Credibility, and Relative Salience: Experimental Evidence on Corruption Voting

Conference

Mats Ahrenshop, affiliated graduate student of CESS, is attending the Sixth Annual Toronto Political Behaviour Workshop where he will do a poster presentation on 21 September 2018. He will present his paper: "Cost, Credibility, and Relative Salience: Experimental Evidence on Corruption Voting". Read more here.

Where Will the British Go? And Why?

New Research

What will attract the highly-skilled migrants from a post-Brexit UK? This paper examines the migration preferences of potential emigrants from the UK to determine whether the migration calculus is primarily economic or political. This is a CESS working paper. Read abstract and get link to full article here.

Choosing the Risky Option

New Research

Davide Morisi's research exploring the risk propensity of voters in referendum campaigns has been published in Public Opinion Quarterly. Part of the findings are based on data from experimental studies conducted in collaboration with CESS. Read the abstract and find link to full article here.

CESS Santiago Winter School 2018

Summer School

From the 16th to 27th of July CESS Experimental Methods Winter School was hosted at the University of Santiago, Chile. Participants from a wide range of backgrounds and countries were introduced to experimental methods in social sciences. Read all about the exciting program.

CESS ESSEX Summer School 2018

Summer School

CESS Essex Summer School was hosted at Nuffield College from the 25th June- 6th July. For two weeks, participants from the UK, across Europe, South Africa, India, and Brazil were introduced to experimental methods in social sciences by CESS fellows and guest lecturers.