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International Political Economy Society

The International Political Economy Society (IPES) provides an annual forum for scholars of IPE to present their best new work in progress to an informed and critical scholarly audience. The annual conference is centered on a small number (approximately 75 each year) of carefully screened and selected papers.

 

IPES Conference Program

 

2017 Best Paper Award

IPES 2017 Conference

 

Authors Cameron Ballard-Rosa (University of North Carolina), Mashail Malik (Stanford University), Stephanie Rickard (London School of Economics), and Kenneth Scheve (Stanford University), won the David A. Lake Award for Best Paper presented at the 2017 conference for their paper, "The Economic Origins of Authoritarian Values: Evidence from Local Trade Shocks in the United Kingdom."

 

IPES 2018 Travel Information

IPES Discussion List


Travel and hotel information for the 2018 Conference to be held at MIT November 2-3, 2018 is now available. Please visit the Conferences page for more information. Create a scholar account to receive additional information about the conference as it becomes available. 

 

2018 Best New Book

Best New Dataset 2017


At the 2018 conference, Rachel Wellhausen (University of Texas at Austin) will be awarded our prize for the best new book for The Shield of Nationality: When Governments Break Contracts with Foreign Firms (Cambridge University Press 2015).