Links to papers are provided as available.
||Adam Dynes, Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science, Yale|
"Which Citizens Do Elected Officials Target with Distributive Spending? Experimental Tests of Office Holders' Targeting Strategies"
||Celia Paris, Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science, Yale
"Of Bickering and Bipartisanship: Citizen Reactions to Political Disagreement Among Elected Officials"
||Rachel Silbermann, Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science, Yale
"Work-life Balance, Commute Time, and the Supply of Women Politicians"
||Traci Burch, Political Science, Northwestern University
"Trading Democracy for Justice: Criminal Convictions and the Decline of Neighborhood Political Participation"
||Susan Stokes & Erdem Aytac, Political Science, Yale University
"A New Solution to the Paradox of Voting: The Subjective Costs of Abstention"
|Alan Wiseman, Political Science & Law, Vanderbilt University
"Lawmakers: Legislative Effectiveness in the United States Congress"
**Meets on a Friday from 12:00-1:15 pm in ISPS Room A002.
||Georgia Kernell, Political Science, Northwestern University|
"Strategic Party Heterogeneity"
||Ryan Moore, Political Science, Univ. of Washington in St. Louis
"Public Opinion and the State Politics of the Affordable Care Act"
||Shanna Rose, NYU Wagner School & Department of Politics
“Financing Medicaid: Federalism and the Growth of America's Health Care Safety Net”
||Ilyana Kuziemko, Columbia Business School
"Social Comparison and Redistributive Preferences"
(paper for advance background reading)
Paul Light, NYU Wagner School of Public Service
"Investigations Done Right and Wrong: Government by Investigation, 1945-2012"
||Claire Kim, Political Science & Asian American Studies, UC Irvine
"Race, Species and Nature in a Multicultural Age"