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AOPSSS #7 “Crafting International Apologies That Work: A Conjoint Analysis Approach”

In our seventh AOPSSS session, Shoko Kohama (Hokkaido University) presented her co-authored research with  Kazunori Inamasu (Kwansei-Gakuin University), Toshiyuki Himichi (Kochi University of Technology), Nobuhiro Mifune (Kochi University of Technology), Yohsuke Ohtsubo (Kobe University), and Atsushi Tago (Waseda University). Their paper examines what types of international apologies are more likely to be accepted. [PaperSlides] Yusaku Horiuchi (Dartmouth) co-hosted and discussed along with Jonathan Chu (Penn), Risa Kitagawa (Northeastern), and Jennifer Lind (Dartmouth). The discussants offered a range of really thoughtful suggestions about framing, theory, and empirics. Other participants offered comments about the research design and external validity. Looking forward to seeing the next version of this cool, policy-relevant paper!

If you have any questions or comments for the authors, please add them below!

3 replies on “AOPSSS #7 “Crafting International Apologies That Work: A Conjoint Analysis Approach””

I am grateful to all participant for joining today and giving us great feedback. I could not manage to respond to the questions in the chat box during the presentation but read all comments after the session. Please drop your comments and questions if you have any! Thank you!

Hi I am sorry I missed this webinar on Crafting International Apologies. My name is Mohsin and I am a PhD student who is studying Political Apologies. I was wondering if this webinar was recorded and was available for public viewing? Also, would it be possible to get slides from the respected authors of this paper? Thanks.

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