2020 Harvard Experimental Political Science Conference

April 23 - 24, 2020
CGIS South, Rooms S030 and S020
1730 Cambridge St
Cambridge, MA


Now Accepting Applications


The Harvard Experiments Working Group will hold the fifth annual Harvard Experimental Political Science Conference on April 23 and 24, 2020. Graduate students will be invited from around the world to present cutting-edge experimental research throughout both days of the conference, and a keynote address will be given on April 24 by Guy Grossman, associate professor at the political science department at the University of Pennsylvania.

This year, we are instituting two special tracks for applications. These tracks reserve presentation slots at the conference for projects of a particular type. The first track will reserve one presentation slot for the most interesting null results; the second track will reserve one presentation slot for a research design. If you are interested in being considered for either of these tracks, please indicate so in response to the appropriate question on the application survey.

To apply, please fill out the survey at this link. Applications are due by January 31st, and those admitted will be notified by mid-February.

The Harvard Experiments Working Group is committed to gender balance and diversity in whom we invite to participate in this conference. Graduate students from underrepresented groups in higher education are especially encouraged to apply.

This conference is generously supported by the Institute for Quantitative Social ScienceWeatherhead Center for International Affairs, and the Center for American Political Studies.