The Graduate Student International Political Economy Workshop (GSIPE) is a virtual, interdisciplinary, graduate-student-run workshop. We aim to provide a venue for graduate students (including pre-docs and post-docs) to present works-in-progress and solicit feedback from their peers and faculty. The workshop will be held weekly on Mondays at noon EDT over Zoom.

We invite graduate students and faculty from political science and economics with an interest in international political economy (broadly defined) to participate. Please join the mailing list by signing up on the Google Form.

We welcome papers in all stages of progress and job market papers.

Job Market Talks
  • Political science: 40 min. presentation, 40 min. Q&A
  • Economics: 1 hr. presentation, 20 min. Q&A
Regular Talks
  • Political science: 20 minutes presentation, 40 min. Q&A
  • Economics: 45 min. presentation, 15 min. Q&A

Participants are expected to read the papers before the workshop. Papers will be posted on the “Paper” tab of the website and circulated via the mailing list. The link to the Zoom meeting will likewise be sent to the mailing list one hour before the start time of the meeting.

The workshop is committed to promoting the work and voices of Black, Indigenous, POC, and women scholars.

Our Spring 2021 call for papers is live! Submit your abstracts by December 15, 2020 via this Google Form.

Cleo O’Brien-Udry (Yale, cleo.obrien-udry @ yale.edu), Alex Kirss (GW, akirss @ gwmail.gwu.edu), and Paul I. Ko (Penn State, pik106 @ psu.edu)