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AOPSSS #32 “Preferences for Government Concessions amid Protests: A Conjoint Experiment with Causal Interactions in Hong Kong”

In the thirty-second AOPSSS session, Hans H. Tung (National Taiwan University) presented his new paper with Ming-Jen Lin (National Taiwan University) that empirically tests at a micro-level Acemoglu and Robinson’s (2006) commitment problem thesis by conducting a conjoint experiment with causal interactions on protesters in Hong Kong’s recent anti-extradition movements. Milan Svolik (Yale), David Yang (Harvard), and Noam Yuchtman (LSE) offered a range of thoughtful theoretical comments. Looking forward to seeing the next version of the paper!

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