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IIS - Lanny Martin - 4/05/2018

NASP International and Interdisciplinary Seminars

Lanny Martin (Bocconi University)
Coalition bargaining before an audience

4 May 2018, 14.30
Room A
NASP Graduate School in Social and Political Sciences
Via Pace, 10 - Milan

 

Lanny Martin is full professor at the Department of Policy Analysis and Public Management of the Bocconi University. He is currently the Comparative Politics editor of the Journal of Politics. His research focuses on comparative political institutions, legislative politics, political economy, and coalition government.

 

This seminar is part of the NASP International and Interdisciplinary Seminars Series 2018.

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