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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

 

2016 Best Paper Award

IPES 2017 Conference

 

Eric Arias of Princeton University won the David A. Lake Award for Best Paper presented at the 2016 conference for his paper, "Patronage by Credit: International Sources of Patronage Spending in Developing Countries".

 

IPES Discussion List

IPES Discussion List


IPES has a discussion list where you can post job announcements or discuss IPE ideas. To join, send an email to listserv@princeton.edu with no subject. In the body include subscribe ipes-d.

 

2017 Best New Dataset  

Best New Dataset 2017


At the 2017 conference, Leonardo Baccini (McGill University), Manfred Elsig (World Trade Institute), and Andreas Dür (University of Salzburg) will be awarded our initial prize for the best new dataset for The Design of Trade Agreements (DESTA) .