Economics Lunch with Guillem

6 October 2015 (Tue), 12.00 - 1.00pm
At Saga Private Dining Hall

Guillem will talk about “How to shape electoral systems into your favour”. Guillem’s research revolves around electoral systems and voting behavior. He has done research using both real elections and experimental data in order to assess how voters think when they vote, and how they rationalize their vote afterwards. This talk will revolve around various manipulations in the political arena: how governments manipulate rules to their own favor, and how (some) voters manipulate the rules to achieve their goals. There will be a special note to the recent Singaporean elections.

Check out the event poster here.