Presentations will explore a variety of issues concerning political economy of the Muslim World, including economic performance, political participation, activism, identity formation and institutional change. The conference will commence with a half-day graduate student workshop. Organized jointly by the Baker Institute and the Association for Analytic Learning About Islam and Muslim Societies (AALIMS), the conference is co-sponsored by the School of Social Sciences at Rice University. The event is the fourth installment of the AALIMS conference series. The first AALIMS conference took place at Duke University in 2010, the second at Harvard University in 2011 and the third at Stanford University in 2012.
All sessions are free and open to public. For more information, please contact Mahmoud El-Gamal, professor of economics and statistics, Rice University, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2013 Conference Organization Committee
- Lisa Blaydes (Stanford University)
- Mahmoud El-Gamal (Rice University)
- Murat Iyigￃﾼn (University of Colorado Boulder)
- Asim Khwaja (Harvard University)
- Timur Kuran (Duke University)
- Melissa Marschall (Rice University)
For a full agenda, including presentation topics and speakers, download the conference program.