Monday, August 28, 2017 at 11:50am to 1:00pm
USC Gould School of Law, 433
699 Exposition Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90089
John Matsusaka (USC Marshall) will present his paper "When do Legislators Follow Constituent Opinion? Evidence from Matched Roll Call and Referendum Votes" in the second installment of the Center for Law and Social Science (CLASS) Workshop.
CLASS Workshops are a weekly seminar that invite visiting speakers and provide a venue for members of the Law School and broader USC community to discuss leading-edge work on law and social science.
CLASS is an umbrella organization dedicated to a core intellectual mission of the Gould School of Law-investigating the relationship between law and the social sciences, spanning the fields of economics, political science, psychology, sociology and more.
More information about CLASS Workshops can be found here.