You are hereAgenda: Money, Politics, and the Economy
Agenda: Money, Politics, and the Economy
9:30-10am: Coffee & Pastries
10:05-11:00: Following the Money
Sheila Krumholz (Opensecrets.org): Who Gives, And Where Does it Go? Sheila's presentation.
Larry Bartels (Vanderbilt) Unequal Democracy: Is There a Partisan Political Economy?
11:00-12:00: Can Bad Politics Corrupt the Economy?
Bruce Owen (Stanford): Buying Regulation and Type 2 Corruption Bruce's presentation.
Adam Bonica (Stanford) Are there Republican and Democratic Corporations? Adam's presentation.
12:00-12:45: Join us for lunch and a look at the inside of campaign finance!
12:45-1:30: Trevor Potter (former FEC Commissioner, Colbert Super PAC and McCain 2008 General Counsel)
Campaign 2012 and the Rise of Super PACS. Trevor's presentation.
1:30-2:30: How the Economy Shapes Campaigns
Lynn Vavreck, (UCLA) The Message Matters: How the Economy Drives The Debate. Lynn's presentation.
David Brady: (Stanford) Does the Unemployment Rate Choose the President?
2:30-3:00 Joel Hyatt (Co-founder and CEO Current TV, national Finance chair for Gore 2000, former US Senate candidate) Campaigns and Big Media: A View From Inside. Joel's presentation.
3:00: Reception and discussion
All events are at the John A. and Cynthia Fry Gunn Building, Koret-Taube Conference Room, 366 Galvez, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, Stanford University.
We are posting the videos as we complete the mixing and editing. Stay tuned! (Note: Q&A sessions are not captured)