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Title: Political Economics - PhD Field of Study | Stanford Graduate School of Business
Description: The Stanford PhD Program in political economics focuses on the non-market, collective, and political activity of individuals and organizations.
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Texto: Political Economics - PhD Field of Study | Stanford Graduate School of Business Skip to main content The Experience Why Business School Learning at Stanford GSB Life at Stanford GSB The Leadership School News & History Impact The Programs MBA Program MSx Program PhD Program Executive Education See All Programs Faculty & Research Faculty Publications Books Working Papers Case Studies Centers & Initiatives Stanford Seed Labs Business Library Insights Accounting Big Data Career & Success Corporate Governance Economics Education Energy & Environment Entrepreneurship Finance Government Health Care Innovation Leadership Management Marketing Nonprofit Operations, Information & Technology Organizational Behavior Political Economy Social Impact Supply Chain Alumni Communities News Reunions Featured Events Career Resources Lifelong Learning Volunteering Giving Contact Alumni Relations Events Enter the terms you wish to search for. Companies, Organizations & Recruiters Stanford Community Library Newsroom Contact Us Visit Us Jobs MyGSB Change lives. Change organizations. Change the world. PhD Program Section menu Fields of Study Accounting Economic Analysis & Policy Finance Marketing Operations, Information & Technology Organizational Behavior Political Economics Requirements Academic Experience Admission Financial Aid Student Life Placement Contact the PhD Program You are here The Programs › PhD Program › Fields of Study › Political Economics Political Economics The political economics field is an interdisciplinary field focusing on the collective, political activity of individuals and organizations. The PhD Program in political economics prepares students for research and teaching positions by providing rigorous training in theoretical and empirical techniques. The intellectual foundation for the program is positive political economy, which includes formal models of rational choice, collective action, political institutions, political competition, and behavioral political economy. Development and extensions of theories are often combined with empirical analysis, including the identification of causal effects. Students become involved in research early in the program. They begin their own research during the first year and are required to write research papers during the summers following the first and second years. The program is flexible and allows ample opportunity to tailor coursework and research to individual interests. The program is small by design to promote close interaction between students and faculty. Fields of Inquiry Specific fields of inquiry include: Bureaucratic politics Comparative institutions Constitutional choice Elections Government and business Interest groups Judicial institutions Law and economics Legislative behavior and organization Macro political economy Political economy of development Political behavior and public opinion Regulation Cross-campus Collaboration The program, embedded in the larger community of political economics scholars at Stanford University, combines the resources of Stanford GSB with opportunities to study in the departments of economics and political science . Drawing on the offerings of all three units, students have a unique opportunity to combine the strengths of economic methods and analytical political science and to apply them to the study of political economy. The program involves coursework in economic theory, econometrics, game theory, political theory, and theories of institutions and organizations. Preparation and Qualifications Faculty selects students on the basis of predicted performance in the PhD Program. Because of the rigorous nature of the program, a substantial background or ability in the use of analytical methods is an important factor in the admission decision. In many instances, successful applicants have majored in economics, mathematics, or political science as undergraduates. However, this background is not a prerequisite for admission. Students are expected to have, or to obtain during their first year, mathematical skill at the level of one year of calculus and one course each in linear algebra, analysis, probability, optimization, and statistics. The successful applicant usually has clearly defined career goals that are compatible with the purposes of the program and is interested in doing basic research in empirical and/or theoretical political economics. Recent Journal Articles in Political Economics Journal Article | The Delegate Paradox: Why Polarized Politicians Can Represent Citizens Best Douglas Ahler , David Broockman Journal of Politics . October 2018 , Vol. 80, Issue 4, Pages 1117-1133 Journal Article | Determinants of Refugee Naturalization in the United States Nadwa Mossaad , Jeremy Ferwerda , Duncan Lawrence , Jeremy Weinstein , Jens Hainmueller Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America . September 11, 2018 , Vol. 115, Issue 37, Pages 9175-9180 Journal Article | Trading for Peace Saumitra Jha Economic Policy . August 2018 , Vol. 33, Issue 95, Pages 485-526 Recent Insights by Stanford Business October 18, 2018 Written Are You an Ethical Leader? Good intentions and gut instinct won’t take you far enough, say two Stanford GSB professors. October 5, 2018 Written Ten Years after the Financial Meltdown: What Have We Learned? We aren’t nearly as safe as we could be, two Stanford GSB finance experts find. September 6, 2018 Written Why “Uncertainty Shocks” Are Part of the Trump-Era Economy A Stanford economist says that populist politicians have become a major source of economic uncertainty. Apply Attend an Admission Event Stay in Touch See the Requirements for this Program See Also PhD Degree Requirements Related Links Recent Academic Placements Job Market Candidates Faculty in Political Economy Jonathan Bendor Professor David W. Brady Professor David Broockman Assistant Professor Steven Callander Professor Katherine Casey Associate Professor Dana Foarta Assistant Professor Saumitra Jha Associate Professor Daniel P. Kessler Professor Keith Krehbiel Professor Neil Malhotra Professor Gregory J. Martin Assistant Professor Condoleezza Rice Professor Ken Shotts Professor Emeriti Faculty David P. Baron Professor Emeritus Paul Brest Professor and Dean Emeritus William F. Miller (1925-2017) Professor Emeritus John F. Cogan, Public Policy Program, Hoover Institution Morris P. Fiorina, Department of Political Science, Hoover Institution A. Mitchell Polinsky, Program in Law and Economics, School of Law Barry R. Weingast, Department of Political Science, Hoover Institution Follow Us Companies, Organizations & Recruiters Stanford Community Library Newsroom Contact Us Visit Us Jobs MyGSB Stanford Business Email Your source for management ideas and insights, delivered to your inbox. Accessibility Non-Discrimination Policy Privacy Policy Terms of Use Stanford University Copyright © Stanford Graduate School of Business 655 Knight Way, Stanford, CA 94305 MBA Program MSx Program PhD Program Executive Education See All Programs Why Business School Learning at Stanford GSB Life at Stanford GSB The Leadership School News & History Impact MBA Program MSx Program PhD Program Executive Education See All Programs Faculty Publications Books Working Papers Case Studies Centers & Initiatives Stanford Seed Labs Business Library Accounting Big Data Career & Success Corporate Governance Economics Education Energy & Environment Entrepreneurship Finance Government Health Care Innovation Leadership Management Marketing Nonprofit


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