London Public Policy Seminars


The London Public Policy seminars provide a forum for academic exchange in public policy across the greater London area.

It is organised jointly between King’s College London, the London School of Economics and Political Science, Queen Mary University of London, and University College London.

We are grateful to the Department of Government at the LSE for financial support for our activities.

For further information, please contact the organisers, Christel Koop (King’s College), Peter John (UCL) and Martin Lodge (LSE)


Forthcoming Seminars

Sarah Birch (KCL)

Getting Away with Foul Play? The Importance of Formal and Informal Oversight Institutions for Electoral Integrity

6pm, 32L.G.17

LSE, 6 October 2016

Sebastian Jielke (Rutgers)

Discrimination and Administrative Burden within Public Service Markets: Evidence from a field Experiment

6pm, 32L.LG.18

LSE, 2 November 2016

Lawrence Ezrow (Essex)

Follow the (Foreign) Leader

6pm, CLM.3.04

LSE, 1 December 2016

About Us

Previous Speakers

Steven Balla

Nicole Bolleyer

Christian Breunig

Dan Carpenter

Tom Christensen

Pepper Culpepper

Carl Dahlström & Victor Lapuente

Ben Seyd (Paper here)

Richard Bellamy

Tom Christensen

Peter Enns

Ewan Ferlie

Matthew Flinders (Paper)

Christopher Hood

Oliver James

Will Jennings

Per Laegreid (paper)

David Lewis

Patrick Legales & Charlotte Halpern

Jeremy Lonsdale & Tom Ling

Gerry McGivern

Martino Maggetti

Ken Meier

Jan Meyer-Sahling

Moshe Maor

Ed Page

Anne Rasmussen

Alasdair Roberts

Gerry Stoker

Colin Thain

Frank Vibert

Albert Weale

Kent Weaver

Alison WOlf

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