Calendar

SKAT Fall 2022 Calendar 
The SKAT Workshop meets Monday from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. We will be meeting in-person at Knox Hall 501D, but we are also planning to have some Zoom meetings. The format of each meeting might change, so please see our homepage for the most up to date information (http://blogs.cuit.columbia.edu/skat/). To receive the paper (and the Zoom link) circulated the week prior to each meeting, please email [email protected] or [email protected].
  • September 19 (in-person) – Joonwoo Son (Columbia University): Numbers Relied upon by All Concerned: Competing Constructions of the Audience in Reform of Japanese Official Statistics
  • September 26 (from 12:30 to 2:00 pm at Knox Hall 501D, in-person) – Iddo Tavory (New York University): Tangled Goods: The Practical Life of Pro Bono Advertising
  • October 3 (via Zoom) – Olivia Steiert (The New School for Social Research): TBD
  • October 10 (in-person) – Héctor Vera (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) Experts in the Public Debate on Covid in Mexico
  • October 17 (in-person) – Pieter Vanden Broeck (Columbia University): Platforms, Teachers and Their Territory
  • October 24 (via Zoom) – Michael Rabi (Hebrew University of Jerusalem): The Governance of Global Health
  • October 31 (in-person) – Ari Galper and Jonathan Ben-Menachen (Columbia University): How Do Causal Accounts Explain?
  • November 14 (via Zoom) – Elizabeth Popp Berman (University of Michigan): Thinking like an Economist: How Efficiency Replaced Equality in U.S. Public Policy
  • November 28 (in-person) – Dian Sheng (Columbia University): The Formation of Subfield Choice and Research Interests by Elite Economics PhDs
  • December 5 (in-person) – Natalia Otrishchenko (Lviv Center for Urban History): TBD
  • December 12 (via Zoom) –  Dariusz Jemielniak (Kozminski University / MINDS): Good Climate for Denialism? Anti-scientific disinformation on social media
  • December 19 (via Zoom) – Julian Jürgenmeyer (Columbia University): Trials of Legitimacy. Stress Testing and the Politics of Expertise in US Bank Supervision