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TABLE OF CONTENTS
General Information & Highlights
Welcome Letter........................................................................................................... 2
APSA Anti-Harassment Policy................................................................................... 3
General Information
General Information Services and Hours........................................................................ 4
About APSA............................................................................................................. 7
Sponsors................................................................................................................. 8
Hotel Maps.............................................................................................................. 9
Restaurant List......................................................................................................... 14
Special Events and Highlights
Program Highlights.................................................................................................. 16
Short Courses......................................................................................................... 19
New Session Types................................................................................................. 21
Working Groups..................................................................................................... 23
Professional Development Panels................................................................................ 24
Poster Sessions........................................................................................................ 25
APSA Awards......................................................................................................... 39
Organized Section Awards....................................................................................... 42
Campus Teaching Award Recognition......................................................................... 63
APSA Lifetime Members............................................................................................ 64
Exhibits and Advertisers
Exhibit Hall Map..................................................................................................... 67
Exhibitor Directory................................................................................................... 68
Advertisements........................................................................................................ 80

2016 Annual Meeting Program
Theme, Division, Related Panels............................................................................... 155
Meetings and Receptions........................................................................................ 211
Detailed Daily Schedule......................................................................................... 221
Index of Participants.............................................................................................. 418

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1

Dear Colleagues,
Welcome to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for the 112th American Political Science Association Annual Meeting!
The 2016 theme is Great Transformations: Political Science and the Big Questions of Our Time. When
we selected this theme, we were thinking of transformations that occur through sudden and dramatic events, such as
terrorist attacks or nationwide protests erupting over phenomena such as police brutality, as well as transformations that
occur through cumulative, incremental developments, such as global warming and rising inequality. As we write this letter,
the news is dominated by the fallout from the Brexit referendum, the unexpected successes of Donald Trump and Bernie
Sanders, and terrorist attacks in Orlando, Florida and Istanbul, Turkey. Events such as these are both sudden developments
and products of transformations long in the making. We are, to put it bluntly, knee-deep (at least!) in great transformations
in our political landscape, and we very much look forward to the provocative presentations and discussions that will surely
take place at this year’s meeting.
We encourage you to attend the Presidential Address by APSA President Jennifer Hochschild, entitled
“Left Pessimism and Political Science” on Thursday, September 1, at 6:15 p.m. in Ballroom AB in the convention center.
The Opening Reception follows immediately at 7:30 p.m. in the Grand Hall of the convention center. Please also
attend the All-Member Meeting on Thursday, September 1, at 12:00 p.m. in room 114 in the convention center.
The meeting will give an update to members on APSA and its activities, provide a venue to express your views, vote on
new bylaws, and offer the opportunity to thank President Hochschild for her service, as well as welcome President-Elect
David Lake.
We also arranged for several theme panels and plenaries, which we hope you can attend. These include three breaking
news panels: “Taking Stock of the Brexit Shock,” “Did the Party Decide?” and “Rage against the Machine: Populist
Politics in the U.S., Europe and Latin America.” Other theme panels include “To Stay Neutral or Not When Teaching the
2016 Election,” “Global Governance: Stagnation or Transformation?” “Great Transformations in Higher Education,” and
“Transforming Marriage and Religion in American Political Thought.” A full list of the theme panels can be found on the
conference website and in the online program. We have two plenary sessions as well. The plenary roundtable on “The
State of Race Relations in the U.S.,” featuring Vincent Hutchings, Paul Frymer, Melissa Harris-Perry, and Janelle Wong,
will be on Friday, September 2 at 2:00 p.m. in Ballroom AB in the convention center. Kathryn Sikkink’s “Are We Making
Progress on Human Rights? Transformations in Knowledge and Activism,” takes place on Saturday, September 3 at 2:00
p.m. in Ballroom AB in the convention center.
This year’s conference also features some new presentation formats, such as mini-conferences, teaching cafés, and
30-minute paper presentations. We hope that you get a chance to participate in these new formats and support future
conference innovation. Speaking of innovation, don’t forget to check out the iPosters. In addition to viewing the posters
on the monitors set up in room 204-A of the convention center, and the 200s hallway, you can also log into the iPoster
portal (apsa2016.ipostersessions.com) from your own computer or device and engage in discussions with and provide
feedback to iPoster presenters online pre- and post-conference. A list of poster authors giving presentations in room 204-A
will be posted in the room and on the conference website.
We are eternally grateful for the division chairs for all of the time and energy they devoted to creating an outstanding
program for the 2016 Annual Meeting. We are also very thankful for the expertise and assistance provided by the APSA
staff. We hope you enjoy the meeting!
Kimberly Morgan, George Washington University
Deborah Schildkraut, Tufts University
2016 APSA Annual Meeting Program Co-Chairs

2 WELCOME LETTER

ANTI-HARASSMENT POLICY
APSA has received notice from several sources that graduate students and faculty have experienced sexual harassment at various
conference venues. APSA consequently reminds everyone:
The APSA annual meeting and related regional political science meetings are convened for the purposes of professional
development and scholarly and educational interchange in the spirit of free inquiry and free expression. Harassment of
colleagues, students, or other conference participants undermines the principle of equity at the heart of these professional fora
and is inconsistent with the principles of free inquiry and free expression. Consequently, harassment is considered by APSA to be
a serious form of professional misconduct.
The following Anti-Harassment Policy outlines expectations for all those who attend or participate in APSA meetings. It reminds
APSA meeting participants that all professional academic ethics and norms apply as standards of
behavior and interaction at these meetings.
1.Purpose
APSA is committed to providing a safe and welcoming conference environment for all participants, regardless of actual or
perceived gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability, socioeconomic status, age, or religion.
“Participant” in this policy refers to anyone present at APSA meetings, including staff, contractors, vendors, exhibitors, venue
staff, APSA members, and all other attendees.
2. Expected Behavior
All participants at APSA meetings are expected to abide by this Anti-Harassment Policy in all meeting venues including ancillary
events and official and unofficial social gatherings.


Abide by the norms of professional respect that are necessary to promote the conditions for free academic interchange.
If you witness potential harm to a conference participant, be proactive in helping to mitigate or avoid that harm.
Alert conference or security personnel if you see a situation in which someone might be in imminent physical danger.

3. Unacceptable Behavior
Unacceptable behaviors include:








persistent and unwelcome solicitation of emotional or physical intimacy
persistent and unwelcome solicitation of emotional or physical intimacy accompanied by real or implied threat of
professional harm
intimidating, harassing, abusive, derogatory or demeaning speech or actions by any participant in an APSA meeting
and/or at any related event.
prejudicial actions or comments related to actual or perceived gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, sexual
orientation, ability, socioeconomic status, age, or religion that coerce others, foment broad hostility, or otherwise
undermine professional equity or the principles of free academic exchange.
deliberate intimidation, stalking or following;
harassing photography or recording;
sustained disruption of talks or other events;
physical assault (including unwelcome touch or groping)
real or implied threat of physical harm

ANTI-HARASSMENT POLICY 3

GENERAL MEETING INFORMATION
Meeting Schedule
Panel Locations

Panel sessions begin Thursday, September 1, at 8:00 a.m. and end on Sunday, September 4, at 11:30 a.m. All panel
sessions, business meetings, and receptions will be held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, the Marriott Downtown
Philadelphia, and the Loews.

Thursday, September 1:
8:00 a.m. — 9:30 a.m.
10:00 a.m. — 11:30 a.m.
2:00 p.m. — 3:30 p.m.
4:00 p.m. — 5:30 p.m.

Friday, September 2 and Saturday, September 3:
8:00 a.m. — 9:30 a.m.
10:00 a.m. — 11:30 a.m.
12:00 p.m. — 1:30 p.m.
2:00 p.m. — 3:30 p.m.
4:00 p.m. — 5:30 p.m.

Sunday, September 4:
8:00 a.m. — 9:30 a.m.
10:00 a.m. — 11:30 a.m.

Business Meetings
Business meetings for organized sections, related groups, committees, and affiliate groups will be held Wednesday through
Saturday, according to the following schedule:

Wednesday, August 31:
6:30 p.m. — 9:00 p.m.

Thursday, September 1:
6:30 a.m. — 7:30 a.m.
6:30 p.m. — 7:30 p.m.

Friday, September 2:
6:30 a.m. — 7:30 a.m.
12:00 p.m. — 1:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m. — 7:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m. — 8:00 p.m.

Saturday, September 3: 
6:30 a.m. — 7:30 a.m.
12:00 p.m. — 1:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m. — 7:30 p.m.

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GENERAL MEETING INFORMATION
Receptions
Receptions hosted by organized sections, related groups, committees, and affiliate groups are open to all registered attendees,
unless otherwise noted, and will be held Wednesday through Saturday at the following times:
Wednesday, August 31
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Electronic Posters (iPosters)
Stop by the new electronic poster room in room 204 of the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Room 204 will have scheduled
poster presentations but you can always stop in to keyword search or browse all of this year’s posters. There will also be open
use iPoster kiosks in the hallway between the Grand Hall and Registration, outside Room 204. This year’s posters can also be
viewed in the online gallery, apsa2016.ipostersessions.com, both before and after the conference. Posters are searchable by
keyword, author name, division, and more. Attendees can send comments or messages directly to poster authors through the
kiosks onsite, or at any time from their own computer or device via the online gallery. See something that peaks your interest?
Reach out to the author to discuss! The full list of posters may be found on page 23 of the program book.

Exhibit Hall
The Exhibit Hall is located at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Exhibit Hall A. The Exhibit Hall features the APSA lounge,
sponsored receptions, and coffee breaks. The hours are:
Thursday, September 1
Friday, September 2
Saturday, September 3

9:30 a.m. — 5:30 p.m.
9:30 a.m. — 5:30 p.m.
9:00 a.m. — 4:00 p.m.

Coffee Breaks
During exhibit hall hours, stop by Routledge’s booth 510 for a Keurig coffee drink. Friday, September 2, grab a cup of coffee,
sponsored by Harvard University Press, at PCC 108-A before joining the “Putting the Political Back into Political Philosophy”
session on Friday at 10:00 a.m.

eJobs Annual Meeting Placement Service
The APSA eJobs Annual Meeting Placement Interview Service is located in the Marriott Salons E, F, G, and H on the 5th floor. All
participants were required to pre-register online at www.apsanet.org/ejobs.The hours are:
Thursday, September 1
Friday, September 2
Saturday, September 3

8:00 a.m. — 6:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m. — 6:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m. — 6:00 p.m.

Conference Paper Uploads
Conference paper authors are required to post papers delivered at the Annual Meeting to the All Academic submission site in
the APSA Annual Meeting paper archive. APSA strongly encourages APSA Annual Meeting participants to upload their papers
to the Annual Meeting paper repository. Papers are available online through All Academic to attendees.
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GENERAL MEETING INFORMATION
Play the Conference Mobile App Game and Win an Apple Watch!
Download the mobile app to play along with the APSA Annual Meeting Game. Complete challenges, such as visiting exhibitor
booths and attending events, to gain points. After each completed challenge, you will receive a passcode to enter into the
Game portion of the app, which will generate points. The winner will receive an Apple Watch. The challenge ends on Sunday,
September 4, at 12:00 p.m. If there is a tie, the tied leaders will be entered into a drawing for the prize.

Relax & Recharge
Attendees can charge their devices at charging stations throughout the conference. Cambridge University Press will have a
charging station with charging extensions for phones and tablets in their booth, #410, in the PCC Hall A, or, relax and put up
your feet at the Lynne Rienner Sponsored Lounge in the 600 aisle, near their booth #613.

Family Resources
Child Care

During the Annual Meeting, APSA offers daily child care service operated by ACCENT on Children’s Arrangements. On-site
registration for child care is based on availability. The hours are:
Wednesday, August 31
Thursday, September 1
Friday, September 2
Saturday, September 3
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Nursing Options

In addition to child care, the Pennsylvania Convention Center is the nation's first convention center to offer a portable Mamava
lactation suite for nursing mothers to breastfeed infants or to use breast pumps in privacy. The unit is a self-contained, mobile
pod with comfortable benches, an electrical outlet, and a door that can be locked for privacy. The 4 foot by 8 foot pod is
meant for individual use, but can fit more than one person, including parents with infants, breast pumps, or luggage. It is usually
positioned near the Concierge Desk on the Convention Center's second level near 12th and Arch Streets. Additionally, there will
be a nursing room in the Marriott Conference Suite 1 on the 3rd floor.

Registration and Badge Pick-Up Hours
Badge and program pick-up and on-site registration will be located in the Pennsylvania Convention Center, 200 Level Bridge
over Arch Street, near Exhibit Hall A, during the following times:
Wednesday, August 31
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George Mason University Book author discussants: Marty Cohen. Research-based findings will be shared. James Madison University David Karol. 112-B 4:00 p. Marriott. Related Groups. All-Member Business Meeting All APSA members are encouraged to attend the APSA General Membership Meeting. Short Courses These pre-conference. Invitation Only. sharing best practices and strategies for effective recruitment and retention of women and individuals from under-represented groups at the graduate student and junior faculty levels. University of Maryland Hans Noel. faculty members. Los Angeles 4:00 p. Breaking News: Did the Party Decide? PCC. and other affiliate organizations. Rutgers University Gary Marks. PCC.m. vote on proposed bylaws and express their views. Sides. Breaking News: Taking Stock of the Brexit Shock PCC. This event is an opportunity for members to learn about the business of the Association. and others. APSA Mentoring Roundtable: Mentoring for Success and Advancement Roundtable featuring advice and best practices--for mentees and mentors--on getting the most out of the mentoring experience. APSA Awards Ceremony  This exclusive ceremony recognizes excellence in the profession. August 31 9:00 a. Slate/CBS Marjorie Hershey. Room 410 16 2016 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS . 201-C Chair: Susan Scarrow. Indiana University Bloomington Jennifer Victor. and practitioners and for mentoring women and individuals from underrepresented backgrounds. University of Houston Presenters: Justin Fisher. DSP. University of California. 114 2:00 p. PCC. Georgetown University John Zaller.m.m. UNC-Chapel Hill Kathleen McNamara. Ballroom AB Roundtable Moderator: John M.m. Commonwealth D 5:30 p. APSA Mentoring Networking Reception Marriott.2016 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Wednesday.m. Georgetown University 2:00 p. Brunel University London Liesbet Hooghe. the official business meeting of the Association. professional day features a variety of short courses sponsored by APSA Organized Sections. Panelists will share strategies for effective mentoring relationships for academic and non-academic careers for graduate students. Diversity Recruitment and Retention Roundtable: Transformative Change Roundtable featuring MSRP department chairs and grad directors. Liberty Ballroom Thursday.m. September 1 12:00 p. PCC & Marriott – See Page 19 for Short Course Locations 6:30 p. They require pre-registration. UNC-Chapel Hill Dan Kelemen.m.m. Loews. George Washington University Presenters: John Dickerson.

S. Black Lives Matter. All attendees are invited to enjoy hors d’oeuvres and cocktails. Women’s Caucus & Committee Sponsored by the Women & Politics Research Section. APSA Committee on the Status of Black and NCOBPS Reception Marriott. the Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession. 6:30 p. Loews.m. Marriott.m. Harvard University Ronald Franklin Inglehart. University of Minnesota.m. and more. Independence Ballroom 8:30 p. Congress C Sponsored by Pi Sigma Alpha Co-sponsored by The Political Science Education Section. policing.m. Twin Cities Cynthia McClintock. 112th Annual Meeting Opening Reception APSA hosts the Opening Reception. Europe. Ballroom AB Chair: Kimberly J. PCC. Ballroom AB 6:00 p. APSA President PCC. University of Michigan. Plenary Address: The State of Race Relations in the United States Experts reflect on the state of race relations in the United States and on the pressing questions facing political scientists who study race.m. income inequality. Franklin 11 7:30 p. PCC. George Washington University Pippa Norris. political participation. Reception Honoring Teaching Everyone is invited to this reception honoring campus-wide teaching award recipients. Rahn. Ballroom AB 7:30 p.m. George Mason University David Art. George Washington University Presenters: Justin Gest. September 2 10:00 a. and Latin America PCC. Topics covered will include the presidential campaign. Morgan. Cambridge University Press.m. Tufts University Wendy M. Ann Arbor 2:00 p.m.m. 112th APSA Annual Meeting Presidential Address: Left Pessimism and Political Science Jennifer Hochschild. John Gaus Award Lecture Marriott. Franklin 9 8:30 p.2016 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS 6:15 p.m. The Teaching & Learning Committee. Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site (ESP) Reception and Tour Tour the new exhibit on mass incarceration and learn about political science courses on the politics of justice and punishment. International Attendees Reception APSA invites all international attendees to this special reception as a welcome to Philadelphia and the Annual Meeting. Breaking News: Rage against the Machine: Populist Politics in the U. criminal sentencing reform. Off-site. RSVP Required Sponsored by APSA Diversity and Inclusion Programs and the Swarthmore College Political Science Department. & The Committee on the Status of Community Colleges in the Profession 2016 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS 17 . the Women’s Caucus.. APSA Reception Honoring Women in the Profession: Women & Politics Section. and the APSA Status Committees PCC 201-C Friday. Grand Hall 7:30 p.

Salon J 7:30 p. and methods being used to measure progress all need to be clarified. September 3 12:00 p. Professor Kathryn Sikkink from Harvard University will draw on material from her forthcoming book Making Human Rights Work: Evidence for Hope. APSA Status Committees Marriott. Room 410 8:30 p. She argues that transformations in the world generated by human rights ideas and activism have paradoxically clouded our ability to evaluate and measure progress because we now know more and care more about human rights issues than even before.m. Women’s Caucus & Committee. institutions. teaching and service contributions to the profession of RBSI alumni and the future of the RBSI. Independence Ballroom Sponsored by the Women & Politics Research Section.2016 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS 7:30 p. PCC. Gays. PCC. Sexuality and Politics Section. 202-A 6:30 p. RBSI 30th Anniversary Roundtable The roundtable will address the legacy of Dr. Bunche and the RBSI program. and argue that careful issue-by-issue examination of the evidence on human rights progress and decline offers a more complex and hopeful picture than that suggested by the pessimists.m. Marriott. Liberty Ballroom 7:30 p. Plenary Address: Are We Making Progress on Human Rights? Transformations in Knowledge and Activism In this talk. Cambridge University Press. there has been a surge of pessimism about the legitimacy and effectiveness of human rights law. and the APSA Status Committees Saturday. Recently. Bisexuals and Transgenders in the Profession. and LGBT Caucus Reception Marriott.m.m.m. the Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession. Commonwealth A2 2:00 p. Graduate Student Happy Hour Graduate students are invited to network with each other and meet informally with APSA officers and council members. Featuring profiles of the RBSI: 30 for 30. Panelists and audience members will also discuss the research. Independence Ballroom 18 2016 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS . definitions of terms. the nature of the critique. the Women’s Caucus. and movements. APSA Status of Asian-Pacific Americans in the Profession Committee and Status of Latinos y Latinas in the Profession Committee Reception Marriott. To engage in a more productive debate. APSA Status Committee of Lesbians.m.m. Ballroom AB 2:00 p. RBSI 30th Anniversary Reception Marriott. Salon J APSA Status of Asian-Pacific Americans in the Profession Committee and Status of Latinos y Latinas in the Profession Committee Reception Marriott. She examines these issues.m. and their impact upon the discipline/profession. Ithiel de Sola Pool Award and Lectureship Loews. APSA Reception Honoring Women of Color in the Profession: Women & Politics Research Section.

9:00 a. — 6:00 p. and Tracing (QMMR2) PCC.m. 202-B Abolitionist Politics After Ferguson: Race.m. — 6:00 p. 1:00 p.m. 104-A Set-Theoretic Multi-Method Research: Combining QCA and Process Tracing (QMMR6) PCC. and Employability PCC. — 1:00 p.m. 104-B Assessing Political Science Civic Engagement and Pedagogy Initiatives: The Consortium for Inter-Campus SoTL Research. — 1:00 p. Police. — 1:00 p.m.m.m. and Theorizing White Supremacy PCC.m. — 1:00 p. 204-B 2:00 p. — 5:00 p. the National Survey of Student Leaders PCC.m. All short courses will be held on the premises of the Annual Meeting. Engagement. Temple University Center City Campus Designing and Conducting Field Research (QMMR5) PCC. 1:30 p. 201-A Protean and Control Power in Interaction PCC. 102-A Researching the C-SPAN Video Library PCC.m.m.m. SHORT COURSES 19 .m.m. 108-A Database and Website Development for Public Policy: The Comparative Policy Agendas Project Offsite.m. — 1:00 p. 201-C Mathematics and Democracy: Designing Better Voting and Fair-Division Procedures PCC.m. — 6:00 p. 2:00 p. Drexel University MacAlister 2019-2020 (3250-60 Chestnut Street) Process Tracing (QMMR 4) PCC.m. 9:00 a. August 31 Short Courses provide diverse opportunities for professional development and offer attendees the chance to connect with scholars from a range of backgrounds. 111-A Research Development Group: Emerging Research from MENA Workshops Alumni PCC.m. Prisons.m. 201-B Designing Multi-Method Research (QMMR1) PCC. — 5:00 p.m. — 5:00 p.m.m. — 5:00 p. 2:00 p. 201-B Challenges of Electoral Integrity and the Construction and Use of Expert Indictors Marriott.m.m. unless otherwise noted.m. — 1:00 p. 2:00 p.m. — 6:00 p. 9:00 a.m. 9:00 a. 9:00 a. 203-A Casual Case Studies: Comparing. 9:00 a. They are sponsored by APSA Organized Sections and other affiliated organizations. 9:00 a. 201-C Simulations and Games for International Relations PCC.m.m.m. 201-A Doing Political Science in the Field: Field Research.m. and each short course has a $25 fee. 2:00 p. 2:00 p. — 5:30 p. 106-AB Of Cities and Governance: New Theoretical Approaches to Urban Governance Offsite. Matching.m.m. 9:00 a.m. — 6:00 p.m. 9:00 a. Ethics.m.m. 202-A Embracing Applied Politics in the Classroom and Curriculum PCC.m. Franklin 2 City Politics in an Increasingly Urban World: Mainstreaming the Local in Scholarship and Policy Making Offsite. A Political Primer on the Periodic State Constitutional Convention Referendum PCC.m. — 1:00 p.m. — 6:00 p.SHORT COURSES Wednesday. Pre-registration for short courses is required. 203-A Managing and Sharing Qualitative Data and Qualitative Research Transparency (QMMR3) PCC. 9:00 a. 9:00 a. Drexel University MacAlister 2019-2020 (3250-60 Chestnut Street) Communicating Science in Politicized Environments PCC. — 1:00 p.m.m. 9:00 a. — 6:00 p. — 6:00 p. 2:00 p.

m. 9:00 a. 203-B You Have a Job Offer: Get the Most Out of It PCC.m. — 6:00 p.m. 9:00 a. Dissertation Workshops Pre-registration and acceptance was required in advance of the conference. . — 6:00 p. 2:00 p. Dissertation Workshop: Advances in Science.m.m.m.m.m. 107-A 20 SHORT COURSES 9:00 a. and Environmental Policy PCC. — 1:00 p. — 1:00 p. Technology.m. 204-B “What? I Have to Lead a Program Assessment?!?” Leading Your Department or Program Assessment Process for Regional Accreditation PCC.m.SHORT COURSES The Methods Studio: Workshop—Textual Analysis and Critical Semiotics—and “Crit” PCC. 108-B Understanding Complexity: A Simple Guide to Using & Developing ABM’s & Networks for Research PCC. Ethnicity and Gender in American Political Behavior PCC. — 6:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 203-B 2:00 p. 202-B Unlocking Success with Failure PCC. — 5:00 p.m. 303-AB Dissertation Workshop: On the Intersection of Race. 9:00 a. — 5:00 p.m.

– 11:30 a. 10:00 a. September 2. – 5:30 p.m. ask questions. September 2.m. – 5:30 p.m.m.m. 8:00 a. – 5:30 p. Liaising with the Media: Tips and Tactics Time: Saturday.m. 12:00 p.m.m. September 1. 10:00 a. and brainstorm together around issues in the field. September 3. Location: Marriott Liberty Ballroom NEW SESSION TYPES 21 . Sessions within the mini-conference might be comprised of other session formats.m. September 3. Location: Marriott Franklin 11 Christians in Political Science Research Roundtable Christians in Political Science Time: Friday.m.m.m.NEW SESSION TYPES Mini-Conferences A full day of content devoted to a theme. Location: Marriott Room 415 Great Powers and Democracy: Congruities and Tensions Division 18: International Security Time: Saturday.m. Members will share successful engagement methods and provide guidance to colleagues on ways to apply what they’ve learned in other ways. – 3:30 p. 8:00 a. – 11:30 a. methodologies. Location: Marriott Room 415 Global Assessment Power Mini-conference Division 17: International Collaboration Time: Friday. Location: Loews Commonwealth D Channeling Bureaucratic Ambition: Government Professions & Career Systems Division 24: Public Administration Time: Saturday. each staffed with a scholar (or scholars) in the field that has successfully used particular methodologies or epistemological frameworks. 2:00 p.m. Measuring Protest: A Comparison of Surveys and Variables Division 8: Political Methodology Co-Sponsors: Division 11: Comparative Politics and Division 12: Conflict Processes Time: Thursday. such as an edited volume or an omnibus dataset. September 3. Attendees would group together to discuss research processes. 202-A Research Café This session format incorporates a handful of topic clusters. September 2. 8:00 a. each staffed with a moderator to discuss various outreach efforts in the field.m.m. 2016. Place: PCC. Location: Marriott Independence Ballroom Outreach Café This session format incorporates a handful of topic clusters. – 1:30 p. The mini-conference can be in pursuit of a larger cohesive goal than traditional panels provide. September 1. Chinese Politics: Contestation from Within and Below Division 13: The Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries Time: Thursday. – 5:30 p. 8:00 a. Location: Marriott Room 414 The Methods Cafe Interpretive Methodologies & Methods Time: Friday.

m.m. Transforming Society Division 42: New Political Science Time: Friday.m. – 9:30 a. Room 414 Flip It and Reverse It: Media Effects on Political Elites Division 38: Political Communication Time: Saturday. 8:00 a. – 1:30 p. September 2. September 1.m. 4:00 p. 10:00 a.m. Location: PCC 112-B Nationalist Ideologies: Legacies of the Past and Implications for the Future Division 43: International History and Politics Time: Saturday.m. 10:00 a.m. Location: Marriott Meeting Room 501 22 NEW SESSION TYPES . Location: Marriott.m. – 1:30 p. Each topic cluster will be staffed with a scholar (or scholars) in the field that has demonstrated success in the use of practical instructional methods to share with attendees to take with them to their home institutions. – 5:30 p. The sessions might follow the “Brookings format. 12:00 p.” in which the discussant presents and then comments on the paper. Transforming Teaching. Attendees will group together to ask questions and brainstorm around core opportunities and issues in the field. September 3. – 1:30 p.m.m. Location: Marriott Franklin 12 What We Know about What They Know: Influences on Political Knowledge Division 38: Political Communication Time: Friday. 4:00 p. 12:00 p. 10:00 a. – 11:30 a. – 11:30 a. Room 409 Studying and Measuring Electoral Integrity Division 8: Political Methodology Co-Sponsor: Division 36: Elections and Voting Behavior Time: Friday.m.m. Location: PCC 110-B Controls. Location: Marriott. September 4. and Incentives: State – Society Relations in U. Location: Marriott Room 303 Representation in Various Forms Division 34: Representation and Electoral Systems Time: Sunday. September 3. Field Experiments on Security and Violence Division 51: Experimental Research Time: Thursday.NEW SESSION TYPES Teaching Café This session format provides a discussion forum for scholars to participate in the scholarship of teaching and learning. Politics British Politics Group Time: Saturday.m. September 2.m. share pedagogical techniques. Cues.m. September 3. Place: Marriott Salon KL Using Simulations to Teach International Politics Division 9: Teaching and Learning in Political Science Time: Saturday. the author would then have a chance to respond. Location: Loews Commonwealth A2 Rethinking Epistemology & Methodology Assumptions in Race & Ethnic Studies Division 32: Race. but each paper would have its own discussant. and discuss trends in political science education.m. Location: Marriott Room 305 30-Minute Paper Sessions This format allows a scholar to present his or her work for a longer period of time and to have a dedicated discussant who isn’t overburdened by having to read multiple papers. – 5:30 p. 12:00 p.m.K.m. September 3. September 3. – 11:30 a. September 2. 10:00 a. – 11:30 a. One session chair would guide the time.m.m. Ethnicity and Politics Time: Saturday.

m.m. Policy. and Election Administration: Charting a Research Agenda Saturday. 4:00 p. The idea is to simulate a working group conference experience amidst APSA panels. – 5:30 p.m.m. September 3. 10:00 a. – 5:30 p. PCC 101-A Practicing Politics: Political Science in Government. 2:00 p. Marriott Room 301 Social Policy in Non-Democracies Saturday.m.m. – 11:30 a.m. and Power Saturday. – 5:30 p. 4:00 p.m. September 1. – 11:30 a. Marriott Room 301 Intersectionality and Pedagogy Saturday. September 3.m. 4:00 p. – 3:30 p. September 3. September 3. Loews Tubman Historical Political Economy Thursday. Pre-registration for working groups was required. Policy Centers and Other Policy-Related Organizations Thursday.m. Marriott Room 413 Philanthropy. Election Law. September 3. Marriott Room 301 Election Sciences.m. Consolidating Databases on Political Elites in China and Russia Saturday.WORKING GROUPS An Annual Meeting Working Group consists of a small group of meeting attendees who are interested in a common topic and who agree to attend panels and plenary sessions aligned on a similar topic and to convene during the meeting for a discussion. – 3:30 p. Marriott Room 301 WORKING GROUPS 23 . 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.m. September 1.

Learn about their plans for expanding this journal submission process.. teaching. Friday.m. Commonwealth D Mentoring Roundtable: Mentoring for Success and Advancement Roundtable featuring getting the most out of the mentoring experience. Research-based findings will be shared. and differences in applying to liberal arts colleges versus research universities.m. balancing teaching. tips for writing op-eds and other nonacademic publications. Franklin II Get the Grant: Finding Funding.APSA PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PANELS Thursday. teaching and assistant teaching. Topics include: the goals of networking. understanding the parameters of non-tenure-track positions. 12:00 p. PCC. September 1 2:00 p. Participants represent research organizations. . Room 302 JPSE Editors Roundtable Meet the new editors of the Journal of Political Science Education. how to write effective application materials.m.m. The panelists represent a diverse array of funding organizations and agencies. 24 APSA PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PANELS 4:00 p. how to develop skills and materials for a nonacademic job search. Topics include: working towards the dissertation. the importance of publishing. securing funding.m.. research.. Room 410 APSR Meet the Editors Meet the new editors of the American Political Science Review.m.. 110-AB Making Connections: How to Build a Professional Network and Why You Need One This session addresses networking at all career stages.m. Writing Proposals. September 3 10:00 a. building connections outside the academy. think tanks. strategies for negotiating administrative leadership contracts. why leadership succession plans and recruitment strategies are important. Marriott. Marriott. Room 302-A Thinking Outside the Box: Non-Academic Jobs Roundtable This roundtable addresses career opportunities outside the academy. 202-A Liaising with the Media: Tips and Tactics This outreach café features participants who regularly liaise with the media and who will provide their pointers for successful media engagement. Topics include: strategies for identifying career opportunities. 4:00 p. Topics include: the transition from advisee to advisor. 2:00 p. Congress C Department Chairs’ Workshop & Luncheon The topic of this year’s workshop will be department leadership strategies. and administrative responsibilities.m. and the outcomes of networking on career success. the importance of building a network with colleagues at various points in their careers. navigating interviews with print journalists. and balancing research. Topics covered in the session will include: general strategies for communicating academic research to non-academic audiences.. Saturday. Loews. Franklin 13 Get the Job: Tips for the Academic Job Market This session addresses strategies for success at all stages in an academic job search. 4:00 p. and tips for transitioning out of the academy. and strategies for TV and radio appearances. finding the right mentors. and retain faculty leaders at all levels of department administration. Marriott. and Advancing Your Research at Every Career Stage This session is aimed at researchers at all levels and in all subfields. PCC. recruit.. Loews.. how to connect online and in person.. 202-A How to Thrive in Grad School: Strategies and Tips This panel is aimed at current or potential graduate students. the role of networking in fostering diversity and inclusion.. Topics will include how best to identify. Sharing best practices and strategies for effective mentoring relationships for academic and non-academic careers. the federal government. Marriott. 4:00 p. PCC. and non-profit organizations. and tips for how to finish on time. how to write proposals.. Topics include: where to look for funding. how to prevent burnout. 4:00 p. working towards tenure. tips for job talks. September 2 10:00 a.. and funding opportunities for international scholars and graduate students. PCC.m.m. 202-A First Year(s) on the Faculty: Advice for Early Career Success This panel is aimed at early career professors in a range of positions and institutions. and service. Learn about their plans for expanding this journal submission process. Topics include: when to go on the market and what to expect. Marriott.m. 4:00 p.

University College London • Mandatory Primaries and Satisfaction with Democracy: Evidence from Argentina Hirokazu Kikuchi.ipostersessions. Rima Wilkes • Government Formation and Political. London School of Economics • Authoritarianism on Fire: Relief Aid. both before and after the conference. apsa2016. Elite Identity. JETRO • System Transformation and Consolidation of Democracy in Iraq Alfio Cerami • Toppling Governments: Exclusionary and Fragmented Regimes and Leaders’ Demise Taeko Hiroi. Texas A&M • Local Enclave Politics: Hungarian-Majority Towns in Romania and Serbia Sherrill Stroschein. Columbia University • Authoritarian Governing in China: Mandating rather than Legislating Mayling Birney. Brown University • Finding Critical Citizens: A Response Pattern Model of Political Support Cary Wu. White. Christian Houle. Ball State University. University of South Carolina Poster Session: Comparative Politics • Absence Makes the Vote Grow Stronger Inga A-L Saikkonen. ANU. Yale University. the Media & Blame Attributions in Russia Katerina Tertytchnaya. Institute of Developing Economies. Yi-tzu Lin. Northern Illinois University • How Arms Trade Networks Affect the Prospect and Process of Democratization Zuhaib Sheikh Mahmood • How Long Will It Last? Cabinet Termination in Presidential Systems Thiago Nascimento da Silva. University of British Columbia. This year’s posters can also be viewed in the online gallery. University of Oxford • Does ‘Open Primary’ Increase Openness and Possibility of Being Elected(ROKcase) Jiyoung Lee • Does Ethnic Inequality Promote Ethnic Voting? Paul D. and more. Authoritarian Breakdown. author name. Misa Nishikawa.com. Portland Community College POSTER SESSIONS 25 . Economic. Los Angeles. or at any time from their own computer or device via the online gallery. University of Notre Dame • Making Friends and Making Enemies: How Desecuritization Policies Fail Douglas G. University of Texas at El Paso • Turnover and Norm Development: The Effect of the Political Elite Upon Democracy Amanda E. or Foil: The Sequencing of Ideational and Institutional Change Matthias Dilling. Michigan State University • Fail. University of California. Burke • Viewing the Effect of Civil Society on Democratic Consolidation Using Two Cases Jason Capote • What Does it Mean to Live in Democracy Around the World? Simeon Mitropolitski • Who Votes for Opposition in Autocracies? Rethink the Role of Ethnicity in Taiwan Chao-yo Cheng. division. Texas A&M University • Judging Corruption: Judicial Activism against Political Corruption in Italy Lucia Manzi. Colorado State University • Audacity of Hope in Autocracy: Merit-Based Elite Recruitment & Regime Stability Hanzhang Liu. Byrd. Allison C. Ball State University • Hell Chosun and Ghost Island: Discontent with Democracy in S. and Affluent Political Behavior Adam Thal. Fumble.POSTER SESSIONS Stop by the New Electronic Poster Presentations (iPosters) in room 204 of the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Room 204 will have scheduled poster presentations but you can always stop in to keyword search or browse all of this year’s posters. Kenny. Attendees can send comments or messages directly to poster authors through the kiosks onsite. Princeton University • Wealthy Districts Dictate: Four Decades of Privilege In Legislation Maricella Foster-Molina Poster Session: Comparative Democratization • Foreign Aid and Ruling Party Durability Steven R. Social Development Serap Gur. Sukriti Issar. Stanford University • International Conflict. Posters are searchable by keyword. outside Room 204. Korea and Taiwan Booseung Chang. and Democratization Joonbum Bae. University of Oxford. See something that peaks your interest? Reach out to the author to discuss! Poster Session: Class and Inequality • Achievement. There will also be open use iPoster kiosks in the hallway between the Grand Hall and Registration. Hall.

Moussa. Chapel Hill.POSTER SESSIONS • • • • • • • • • Multi-Party Cabinets Influence Presidential Legislative Success in the Americas Carlos Algara. Philip Roessler. Business Influence. University at Buffalo Understanding Burma/Myanmar’s Political Development Tun Myint. Davis Nation. University of the West Indies. Money or Emotion: Disruptive Incidents in Medical Disputes in China Jing Zhang Sisters Doing it for Themselves: Women Independents in the Middle East Bozena Christina Welborne. Mona Rights. Boston University Public Service Uptake in Multiethnic China Sara A. Anna Luehrmann Migrant Bargaining Power and the Role of Firms in Welfare Trevor Johnston. Princeton University Reparations after Human Rights Violations: The Role of Violence Paula Mukherjee. Fordham University The Electoral Support for Pro-Poor Income Growth in Latin America Santiago López-Cariboni. College of William & Mary. Smith College Spending for Stability: Authoritarian Regimes and Education Fabiana Sofia Perera. University of California. University of North Carolina. Political Instability and Foreign Direct Investment Inflows Surachanee Sriyai. University of Oxford The Impact of International and Colonial Institutions on Overall Development Stephen Michael Bagwell. Ethnicity. Carleton College Poster Session: Comparative Politics of Developing Countries: Institutions and Development • Dubious Models of the Future? Middle Eastern Migration Regimes in Global Context Justin Gest. Catholic University of Uruguay. and Violence: Microlevel Evidence from Indonesia Patrick Signoret. University of North Carolina. University of Georgia . University of Alabama. George Mason University. Tulane University • Foreign Aid Shocks and the “Brain Drain” Jikuo Lu • Institutional Selection in Post-2001 Afghanistan Marina Omar. Anna Katherine Boucher. Newland. University of Mary Washington • Institutions in Translation: Governing the Chinese Stock Market Allison Elizabeth Carroll Goldman. Chapel Hill Social Pressure and Protest Participation During the 2011 Egyptian Revolution Rebecca Mix Bryan. Claire Greenstein. and Umma: Identity After State Collapse in Syria Victoria Gilbert Party System Nationalization and Ethnic Rebellion Sivagaminathan Palani Production Regime. New York University Political Crowding Out? Consequences of FDI for Institutional Performance James Conran Rethinking Development and the Informal Economy in the Global South Stacey-Ann Wilson. New York University. Harvard Kennedy School of Government Opposition Forces and Destruction Chain: Egypt’s 2011 Securitization Strategy Engy A. University of Sydney • Exposure to Trade and the Transformation of Agrarian Society Don Leonard. Texas Tech University • Legacy Institutions: A Concept for When “Traditional” and “Informal” Do Not Fit Paul Thissen 26 POSTER SESSIONS • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Manipulated Elections as Legitimation Strategy in Non-Democratic Regimes Nicholas Kerr. University of Toronto • Internet. Rosario Queirolo. University College Dublin The Effects of Foreign Direct Investment on Protests in Developing Countries Olena Nikolayenko. Heat. Qatar University Partition. Alexandra Scacco. and Ethnic Identities: Evidence from Sudan Bernd Beber. George Washington University The Dragon’s Curse? Chinese Aid and Corruption in Tanzania Samuel Brazys. The Harvard Kennedy School Rain. Universidad Católica del Uruguay The Financial Statecraft of Debtors: African Sovereigns and Diversified Finance Alexandra Olivia Zeitz. and Social Welfare in China Hao Chen. Migration.

Bowdoin College • Emotions and Voting for the Status Quo Armando Nicolas Meier • • • • • • • Felon Disenfranchisement and Voter Turnout Emily Beaulieu. University of California. Nelsen.POSTER SESSIONS The Influence of National Parliaments on Caribbean Integration Paul C. Syracuse University • Diffusion of Judicial Independence in New Democracies Yong-il Moon. Ruthie Kelly • Do Americans Respond to Presidential Pork? Marcos Menchaca. Auburn University iVote: E-Democracy’s Effect on Voter Turnout in the 2012 Presidential Election Marty Patrick Jordan. Banda.S. Stephane Lavertu. Harvard University. Tsinghua University. Bridgett King. Stony Brook University. George Washington University • Judicial Review. Jason H. Indiana University. University of Kentucky. University of Nevada. University of Notre Dame Personal Politicians: Strategic Use of Biography in Congressional Campaigns Stephen N. William Samuel Isaac. Who is Left?: Race. The Ohio State University. Lydia Brashear Tiede. Daniel M. Bloomington Poster Session: European Politics and Society • How France Handles Hate Speech: Judicial Decision-making in the French High Court Erik J. and U. New Jersey City University The Consequence of Election Timing Vladimir Kogan. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Terror Attacks & Retrospective Voting Graig R. State University of Rio de Janeiro The New Politics of Patents in Development: The Second Image Reversed. FIT-State University of New York The Net Effect of Institutionalized Autocracy: Internet Access in Dictatorships Elizabeth A. Fordham University • Designed to Win: The Visual Identities of American Presidential Candidates Thomas J Billard. Bleich. Cornell University • Norms as Incomplete Contracts: Contesting Ambiguous Norms after EU Enlargement Martijn Mos. Middlebury College • Identity & Human Rights in Eastern Europe Catherine Scott. London School of Economics Too Affluent to Vote? Evidence from 2015 Urban Grass-root Election at Beijing Ciqi Mei. Costas Panagopoulos. and Supreme Court Polarization Jonathan Hensley • Mapping the U. Zachary F. Los Angeles • Effects of Political TV Ads on Voter Turnout: A PostCitizens United Study Elena Llaudet. Institute of Social and Political Studies. Clement. Michigan State University. Presidential Candidates Christine Cahill When Labor Goes Away. MIT • Re-Imagining Europe: European Unity in a PostFederalist Era Brent F. Smith. Kiyoung Chang. University of Houston • • • • • Poster Session: Elections and Voting Behavior • Candidate Appearance and Attack Advertising Kevin K. University of Southern California. Reno. Saint Louis University • Cross Pressured Voters and Voting Kyle Endres. Tsinghua University • Poster Session: Constitutional Law & Jurisprudence • Deciding Not to Decide: Cert. Voter Turnout Laura Bucci. Stein. The University of Texas at Austin. Michigan State University Partisans’ Projection Biases under External Threat: Comparing the US and Korea Jeeyoung Park.S. Harvard University. University of California. Constitution James ben-Aaron • Political Disagreements and Judicial Decision-making Tanya Bagashka. Windett. Michael M.S. Teppei Yamamoto. Goggin. Emory University The Electoral Consequences of Ambiguity for U. Franz. Princeton University POSTER SESSIONS 27 . Supermajorities. Furman University • Strength without Numbers: The Political Influence of Europe’s Farmers Alice Ciciora • The Political Economy of Anti-Immigrant Parties Winston Chou. Klein. Class. Berkeley Preferences over Politicians’ Personal Attributes Across Electoral Systems Yusaku Horiuchi. Denials and the 1st Amendment Brandon Thomas Metroka. Cornell University • Productive Parochialism: Regionalist Parties and Social Spending in Spain Elissa Berwick. Revisited Kenneth Shadlen. Peskowitz. Zhilin Liu.

Wesleyan University Poster Session: Experimental Research • Corruption as a Criminal Network: Theory and Evidence from the Lab Romain Reda Ferrali. University of Iowa Evaluating the Effectiveness of Public and Private Diplomatic Signals Azusa Katagiri. Auburn University • The Causes of Political Decentralization Peter G. Princeton University • Congressional Policies. Princeton University • Mini-publics and Public Opinion: Two Surveybased Experiments Shelley Boulianne. MacEwan University • Network Effects. Anne Richardson Oakes. Syracuse University 28 POSTER SESSIONS • • • • • • • • Diverted from the “Correct Vote”? Foreign Policy Influence on Electoral Behavior Nicholas Martini. and Diversionary Opportunity Dennis M. Patrick Rhamey. Virginia Military Institute The Examination of Arab Attitudes towards Iran and Saudi Arabia Alireza Raisi Threat Perception of People in Authoritarian Countries against Democracies Youcheer Kim. Alexandra Cirone. London School of Economics. Riskiness. Rivalry. University of Southern California. Stanford University. University of British Columbia . J. Johannessen. Yu-Ting Lin. Cornell University Latin American Organizations Cast Small Powers as Mediators Mariana S. University College London Poster Session: Federalism and Intergovernmental Affairs • Dodging Dillon: Cooperation and Conflict between States and Local Governments Adam Eckerd. and Cooperation Norms: A Lab-in-the-field Study Christine Gutekunst. Maastricht University • Taxes. Columbia University. Rodolpho Bernabel. University of Mannheim. Bureaucratic Implementation Peter Bils • Export Lobbies. Virginia Tech • State Nullification of Federal Law: A Call for Constitutional Change Ilaria Di Gioia. Colin Krainin. Birmingham City University. New York University • The Paradox of Confrontation: Experimental Evidence on the Effects of Protests Cassilde Schwartz. Columbia University. Leone. Harvard Kennedy School Poster Session: Foundations of Political Theory: New Research • “Young Thugs”: Childhood. State University of New York Poster Session: Formal Political Theory: Developments in Formal Political Theory • Committees and Distortionary Vagueness Nicole Rae Baerg. Trade Competition. Phoebe Mengxiao Tang. CUNY – Brooklyn College Poster Session: Foreign Policy • Blocking Issues: When Does a Bilateral Issue Impede Cooperation? Benjamin Bartlett • China’s Motivation for Participation in UN Peacekeeping Operations Sunghee Cho. Reach. Princeton University • The Unintended Consequences of Local Activism Under Federalism Min Hee Go. Birmingham City University • States and the Common Core: An Analysis of State Experiences with Common Core Matthew Allen Malone. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid Reforming toward a Calmer Sea? The Source of China-involved Incidents in the SCS Ronan Tse-min Fu. University of Southern California. and International Conflict Tyson Chatagnier.POSTER SESSIONS • • The Space Between: The Attitudinal Effects of Unequal Institutions Brett Meyer. Eric Min. Foster. Windfalls and Accountability: A Behavioralist Perspective Pedro Luis Rodriguez. University of Southern California Region. University of Houston • How Irreversibility Affects Emissions and Solar Radiation Management Aseem Kumar Mahajan • Social Expectations and Uninformed Leadership: How Bouazizi Started a Revolution Mauricio Fernandez Duque. New York The Transformative Power of Leadership: Four Case Studies of Angela Merkel Sarah Elise Wiliarty. VMI. and Violence Against Black Youth Toby Rollo. Criminality. Stanford University Justifying War: Presidential Rhetoric and Support for Military Action Sarah Maxey.

Ann Arbor • Trolling Twitter: Social Network Polarization in the 2016 GOP Primary Elections Eric C. Princeton University Asian Thought and the Self-Reliant Citizen: Emerson on Cross-Cultural Inquiry Lincoln Rathnam C. University of Colorado What is at Stake in Discussing a Human Right to Democracy? Yunjeong Choi Whose Apology? Apology as Recognition and the Boundaries of Membership Caitlin Tom. University of Frankfurt. and the Role of Mental Health Care Aubrey Leigh Grant. Princeton University Affect as Grounds for a Critical Public Reason Aberdeen Berry Antigone: A Tragedy of Human and Divine Law Karen Taliaferro. Arizona State University • Watch-lists. University of Virginia Theorizing the Ethics of Forced Migration Beyond the State Kiran Banerjee. University of Notre Dame Pluralizing Europe: A Reconceptualization from the Periphery Brendon Westler. Northwestern University • Criminalization of “Civilization’s” Castoffs v. GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences POSTER SESSIONS 29 . University of California. Out of Mind? Privatization. Tragedy. Johns Hopkins University The Value of Normative Freedom Harrison Frye. Stanford University • The Role of Reputation in Human Right Institution Adoption Ryan M Welch. Trials: Can Child Soldiering by Rebel Groups be Curbed? Jennifer Anne Mueller Poster Session: Information Technology & Politics • Evaluations About and Responses to Risks of Online Political Engagement Aysenur Dal. Constructive Collaboration Alyssa Webb. Medie • Amnesty International and the Politics of Sovereign Independence Swati Srivastava. York University Conscientious De-Democratization: Reconnecting Neo. Georgetown University • • • Out of Sight. University of Southern California • The Audience of Repression: Killings and Disappearances in Pinochet’s Chile Jane Esberg. B. University of Virginia Crisis and the State: Claus Offe’s Theory and the Current Transformation Jens Borchert. Ideology and Digital Media: Case Study Daesh Jamileh Kadivar • Sinister Side of the Web: Principal-agent Model of the Hacker-Government Contract Nadiya Kostyuk. Macpherson and The Rise of the Far-right in Europe Karl Arvid Dahlquist. Vorst • Who Influences the Twitter Event Stream? Partisan Streams in the #SOTU Address Sebastian Stier. Indiana University Setting up an Ontological Interpretation of the Phenomenon of Being-Political Fernando Romero. Syracuse University • Human Rights Reporting Bias Susan Caldwell Mulesky. University of Connecticut • Enabling Justice? State Cooperation with the International Criminal Court Franziska Boehme. Stephan Lessenich Hannah Arendt. and the Public Appearance of Death Elizabeth Barringer Hegel and Tocqueville on the American State James Tussing.POSTER SESSIONS • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • A Democratic Theory of Self-Determination Minh V Ly. University of Toronto Uncertain Threats of Environmental Harm and Obligations of Due Care Lev Szentkirályi. University of Michigan. University of Pennsylvania Refugee Resettlement and Assimilation. Berkeley Poster Session: Health Politics and Health Policy: The Politics of Health Care Delivery: Who Gets Care (and Why)? • Obamacare Everywhere: The Politics of Policy Intervention in the Submerged State Sean Miskell.to Political Liberalism Colin Kielty. Medicaid Reporting and Political Trust Ashley Tallevi. George Mason University Services at What Price? The Effect of Ethnic Diversity on Service Quality Jessica Pickett. Sanctions. Emmerich Davies Poster Session: Human Rights • A Study of the Implementation of Gender-Based Violence Norms in Africa Peace A. The Ohio State University • Power.

Louis Insulating for Investment: Regulatory Politics and FDI in Public Infrastructure Andrew F. Ruiz The Impact of Diaspora Investments. A Survey of FDI in Tunisia Daniel Naujoks. Levin. Yu-Ming Liou. University of California. University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign • Do Specialized Aid Agencies Actually Promote Development? Katherine Vera Bryant. Brigham Young University • Why Dictators Trade: The Origins of Autocratic Trade Agreements Susanne Mueller-Redwood. University of Colorado-Boulder Mass Mobilisations under IMF Programs: Labour (Im)mobility and Conditionality Saliha Metinsoy The Effect of Legal Traditions on Greenfield Investment and M&As Youngchae Lee The High-Skilled Immigration Visa Game Neil G. University of California. Chindea. University of Rochester How Does Partisan Politics Affect Transfer Pricing Regulation? Mi Jeong Shin. Hawkins. and the Origins of Counterinsurgency Joseph MacKay. Texas A&M University • Health Systems and the Efficacy of International Institutions Tracy Kuo Lin. University of Maryland Poster Session: International Political Economy • Buying Access: Host Country Corruption and International Investment Andrey Tomashevskiy. University of Texas at Austin • Obstructing Integration: the European Court of Justice and Domestic Veto Players Lauren Peritz. Boston College • Democratic Transition and The Deadly Power of Armed Groups Alliance Behavior Irina A. Jeheung Ryu. University of Oxford • Who Protects Natural Areas and Why? A CrossCountry Analysis Darren G. Washington University in St. University of Oxford/ Harvard University • Concessions and Negotiations with Armed NonState Actors Claire Tam. University of Wisconsin-Madison Poster Session: International History and Politics • Hierarchies Based on Ideational Power as the Constant in Historical East Asia Han-Hui Hsieh. Carnegie Mellon University • China’s Institutional Balancing to the International Order Kai He. University of Southern California • Steppes to Success: Reassessing the Political Dynamics of Nomadic Regimes Daniel Smith. Youyi Zhang Where You Work Is Where You Stand: A FirmBased Theory of Trade Opinion Haillie Na-Kyung Lee. University of Michigan • Clausewitz and the Offence/Defence Balance Mathias Ormestad Frendem. University of Southern California • Johann Ewald. Georgetown University Poster Session: International Security • A Vote for Freedom? The Effects of Partisan Electoral Interventions on Democracy Dov H. Washington University in St. Emory University. Columbia University The Impact of Domestic Reforms on Chinese SOEs’ Overseas Expansion Strategies Wendy Leutert. Louis • China’s Aid Cycle Tomoya Sasaki 30 POSTER SESSIONS • • • • • • • • • Do Conflicts Deter or Attract Foreign Direct Investment? A Quasi Experiment Hye Sung Kim. Harvard Kennedy School . Griffith University • Civil War Outcome and Institutional Change Adrian Arellano. The American Revolution. Hart.POSTER SESSIONS Poster Session: International Collaboration • Changing the Rules to Win: International Financial Reporting Regulation Blair Niece. Columbia University • Socialization and Hegemonic Authority: Korea under Chinese Hegemony In Young Min. University of California. San Francisco • International Agreements and Buying Partners against Transnational Terrorism Henry Pascoe. Columbia University • Covert Action and Audience Costs During the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan Andrew Scott Bowen. Davis • Refugees and the UN Security Council Moritz Marbach • Robust Commitments or Impotent Promises: Variation in Treaty Ratification Shaina Western. Berkeley • Constructivism and Rule-Following Skepticism in IR Theory Joseph MacKay.

S. Princeton University • Gambling for Resurrection vs. Cornell University Forced Migration and the Logic of Population Control Fouad Pervez. Toska Strategies of State Accommodation and The Occurrence of Intraethnic Conflict Fanglu Sun. Saint John’s University Poster Session: Law and Courts • Bounding Democracy Through the Courts: the Case of Mexico’s Electoral Tribunal José Luis Enriquez. University of Minnesota • The New Regional Order? China. Hafez. University of Michigan • The Mystery of Fisher II and Supreme Court’s Futile Attempt at Control Peter R. Buffalo State College • While Marriage Was Won: Examining the Priority Setting and Tactical Choices of LGBTQ Legal Organizations David L. Boutin. Columbia University Do They Mean It?: Sincerity and the Limits of Humanitarian Justifications Sarah Maxey. George Washington University • Gender and Justices: Behavior During Oral Arguments and Case Outcome Joseph L. Stanford University To Balance or Not to Balance: How States Respond to Potential Hegemons Mathias Ormestad Frendem. Wong. University of Oxford/ Harvard University Poster Session: International Security and Arms Control • All’s Unfair in Love and War: Small Allies and Patron-Adversary Rapprochement Audrye Y. University of Georgia • NGOs and Arms Control: From Banning Mines to Killer Robots and Nuclear Weapons Margarita H. Christian R. and East Asian Security Kenneth J. Columbia University Rebels Without Borders: Examining the Spread and Success of Rebel Movements Silvana A. University of Southern California Market for Access: Outside Options and Bargaining for Power Projection Brian Blankenship. University of Virginia • Disenchantment with the Rule of Law: Legal Agency and Informal Justice in DRC Holly Matthew Dunn • Forging Global Judicial Independence: National Bias & Institutional Preference in ICJ Yong-il Moon. Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals (IBEI) Nuclear Latency and the Role of Leaders Molly Berkemeier • Private Contract. Cyrus Mohammadian. the United States. Michael Gabbay. University of Colorado. Gade. Smith. Georgetown University. University of Alabama. Boulder • Deference to Whom? The Importance of Certainty in Executive Preferences Thomas Gray. University of Washington. Petrova. Yacobucci. Wood. Polarization. University of Alabama • Should We Call for the Solicitor General? Sinead Redmond. University of Southern California Foreign Policy and International Public Opinion during Crises Thomas Jamieson. Naval Postgraduate School Promises Under Pressure: Reassurance and BurdenSharing in U. Mohammed M. Renanah Faith Miles Network Analysis of Militant Factionalism in the Syrian Civil War Emily K. Jones. Kearn. University at Albany SUNY • Poster Session: Legislative Studies • Campaign Finance Transparency and Legislative Candidate Performance at the Polls Abby K. University of Wisconsin-Madison • Criminal Justice Practice and Homicide: Subnational Evidence from Mexico Erin Terese Huebert. Columbia University. Deakin University • The Role of Confidence-Building Measures in the Western Pacific David W. Grose. University of Southern California • Chamber Competitiveness. Alliances Brian Blankenship. Ohio State University • Signaling Deterrence: Coercive Statecraft and the Global Weapon Transfer Network Jennifer Spindel. Rice University The Strategic Logic of Military Transfers Marc Toby Grinberg. and Candidate Decisions to Run for Office Jacob Forrest Harrison Smith POSTER SESSIONS 31 .POSTER SESSIONS • • • • • • • • • • • Do Ethnic & Nonethnic Civil Conflicts Have the Same Effects? A Bayesian Analysis Richard McAlexander. Dana Patton. University of Washington. Public Violence: PMC violence in the Iraq War Austin Knuppe. Bleeding the Army: Explaining Risk in Failing Wars Shawn Cochran • Mao’s China Opposing Nonproliferation A Rational Policy with an Ideological Mask Hongyu Zhang.

Imperialism. Voting. Colorado State University • Race. Davis • Sufficientarianism for the Desperately Badly Off Anders Herlitz • The Aesthetics of Nature: Theoretical Foundations For Environmental Action Eric Rosset. University of California. University of Michigan Institutional Change and Floor Speech in the U. Andrew B Hall.POSTER SESSIONS • • • • • • • How Do Interest Groups Seek Access to Committees? Alexander Fouirnaies. House Jennifer L. Nuffield College. Lucas Entel. and Regional Alignment: Bargaining and Leveraging for Power Vanessa Quince. Alfred Moore. Race. Gelman. Irvine • The Neighborhood Effect: Liberians’ Civic Engagement in New York and Minnesota Janet Elizabeth Reilly. University of Minnesota Poster Session: Migration and Citizenship • A Network Approach to Studying Immigrants’ Political Participation Sara Pavan. Congress David A. Stanford University In Pursuit of Power: The Effects of Competition for Congressional Control Jeremy Gelman. and Epistemic Democracy Kevin J. Madison • Measuring Party Positions on Immigration Kimberly Twist. Elliott. University at Buffalo • Political Theory and the Activist Turn of the 1960s Jason Toby Reiner. University of Wisconsin. Pace University • Paternalism and the Autonomy Interests of Children Samantha Godwin • Political Ethics Chad Lavin. University of Pittsburgh. and Political Identity in an Era of Neoliberalism • Decentering Our Political Selves: The New Political Subject in Uncertain Times Chelsea DeCarlo. Haverford College . Yale University • Good Ways of Being Passive Michael Kenneth MacKenzie. Brookhart. University of Maryland College Park • The Insurance Approach to Climate Change Ross Mittiga. University of Washington. University of California. Queen’s University • Localized Citizenships: Defining Sub-national Citizenship in China Samantha Vortherms. University of Rochester Negative Representation in the U. National Sun Yat-sen University The Role of Organized Party Factions in Driving Institutional Reform in Congress Emily Baer. Regina Wagner Policy Typology and Co-sponsorship: A Study of Taiwan Legislative Yuan Chien-Shih Huang Remedy or Not? Social Movements to Representative Deficit Da-Chi Liao. Sarah Lawrence College • The Ties that Blind: Settlers and Reactionary Political Violence Lachlan McNamee Poster Session: New Political Science: Activism. University of Washington • Social Movements and the New Spirit of Capitalism Blair Taylor 32 POSTER SESSIONS • • The Affect of Veteran Activism Benjamin Thomas Grant Schrader. Stephen Winkler. University of Toronto • The Audacity of Anonymous Ashley Elizabeth Gorham • The Feminization of Political Alternatives in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Noa Balf. Dickinson College • Practicing Justice: Impartiality as Democratic Listening Jacob Garrett • Rawls’ Kantian Fraternity-Difference Principle Correspondence Adam Scott Kunz. Colorado State University The New Politics of Labor: An Ethnographic Study of an Alt-Labor Organization Biko Koenig Poster Session: Normative Political Theory • Acknowledgment as an Idiom for Theorizing Latino Politics Anthony Badami. University of Chicago • Arendt’s Cave: Rethinking the Relation Between Theory and Practice. Waligore. Donahue. University of Virginia • The Widest Public is the Wisest: Diversity. Madison. Columbia University • Why No One Is Free while Others Are Oppressed: The Authority of Injustice Thomas J.S. University of Wisconsin. University of Cambridge • Have Indigenous Rights Always Existed? Timothy P.S.

University of Southern California Poster Session: Political Economy • BITs. Stanford University POSTER SESSIONS 33 . Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. Tufts University The Illusion of Higher Education Yeon Soo Park. Kent State University • Communication Density. Temple University • What If? A Method to Study Counterfactual Political Behavior Stephanie Dornschneider. Andrei Zhirnov • Greenfield or Acquisitions: Foreign Direct Investment and US Industry Lobbying Hak-Seon Lee. University of Glasgow • Presidential Particularism and Congressional Credit Claiming: An RD Design Erin Cikanek. Korea University Poster Session: Political Methodology • A Graph Based Approach to Estimating Actor Influence on Policy Decisions Fin Bauer. University of California. Ann Arbor • Sticks. The University of Texas at Austin. Conflict and Military Intervention Min Jeong Kim. Patrick Y. University of California.POSTER SESSIONS Poster Session: Political Communication • Beyond the Bars: Elite and Media Framing of Prisoner Treatment at Guantánamo Bay Kristen Traynor. Michael Gibilisco. Nicholas Wayne Henderson. SUNY at Binghamton. Dougal. James Madison University • Institutional & Economic Mobilization in Russian Party Politics 1906-17 Navid Hassanpour. Wu. University of Rochester. Pei Zheng. and Public Goods Provision Neeraj Vimal Prasad. Berkeley • The Iran Nuclear Deal: How Global Power Relations Shape Global News Saif Shahin. Stones. Andrej Kokkonen. Peter Esaiasson. Evgeny Sedashov. Texas A&M University • Synthetic Control Methods for Diffusion Outcomes Yunkyu Sohn. Political Risk. Gakushuin University • Generalized Trust and Oxytocin: Validating Survey Questions by Neuropeptides Sebastian Oskar Lundmark. University of Michigan • Unpacking the Unknown: A Method for Deriving Status Quo Distributions Ryan J. The University of Texas at Austin • Trends in News Media Portrayals of the U. University of Gothenburg • Ideological Distance and Strategic Decision-Making on the US Supreme Court Alison Higgins. Supreme Court Leeann Bass • When Information Overcomes Predispositions: Episodic Frames and Public Opinion Thomas Jamieson. University of Trier • Personalization of Politics: A Novel Method to Explain Media Coverage Patterns Ana Ines Langer. Roxanna Rachel Ramzipoor. University of Michigan. Harvard University • FDI. Columbia University • • • Polarization and Inequality: Towards a Mechanistic Account Joanna Bryson. University of Illinois at Chicago • Deliberative Signals: Incivility’s Role in Highlighting Anti-Democratic Rhetoric Emily Sydnor • Does Screen Size Matter? Making Trait Inferences on Mobile Devices Lena Masch. Demand Heterogeneity. University of Gothenburg. National Research University – Higher School of Economics. the Credibility Threshold. The Fletcher School.S. University of Gothenburg. Vander Wielen. Seton Hall University • Causal Estimation of Electoral System Effects on Public Spending Colleen Elizabeth Driscoll. Technical University of Munich • Common Space for Candidates across Districts and Elections Fang-Yi Chiou. University of Rochester • Field Experiment on the Impact of Issue Advocacy on Media Coverage Michael C. Academia Sinica. University of California. University of Michigan. San Diego • The Complex Voter: A Method for Determining Dimensionality of Policy Space Kevin McAlister. Alejandro Pineda. University of California. National Taipei University • Estimating Signaling Games with Multiple Equilibria Casey Crisman-Cox. Berkeley • Gender Gap in Voter Turnout by Moon Age: A Circular Data Analysis Kentaro Fukumoto. and Words: Strategic Uses of Propaganda as Tools of Rebellion Sherry Zaks. University of Michigan. Mau-Ting Lin. ESSEC Business School • Globalization and Corruption: An Industry-Level Test Dina Balalaeva. Berkeley. and FDI Terence Teo. and Private Infrastructure Projects Srividya Jandhyala. Nolan McCarty Preference Formation.

Josephson.POSTER SESSIONS Poster Session: Political Networks • A Comparative Study of Local Water Policy Networks in China and US Hongtao Yi. and the Subtle Cues that Give Them Away Jennifer Jean Jones. University of Michigan • Coping with Terrorism: Combining Behavioral and Attitudinal Responses to Threat Brianna A. Cornell University • The Run to Fund: How Political Parties Compete to Fund Religious Organizations Noa Cnaan-On. University of Colorado.M. Tao Chen. Duke University • Why do Republicans Nominate More Extremists? Bradley T Spahn. Boulder • Networks and Loyalties: Drivers of Military Disobedience in the Sino-French War Eric Hundman. Ramiro Berardo. Gabriela G. Arzuaga • Human History in Rousseau John Harpham. Huazhong University of Science & Technology • More Links. More Votes? Overlapping Ties and Legislative Vote Shares in Brazil Stefan J. Lesley University • What (More) Can Political Science Do To Educate Democratic Citizens? Jyl J. IIM Bangalore • Electoral Effects of Presidential Grassroots Lobbying Organizations Jonathan David Klingler. Kantack. University of Houston Inducing Hope for Peace: An Experimental Intervention Oded Adomi Leshem. Louisiana State University. Jacob Daniel Ball. Harvard University • Do Party Careers Matter for Party Switching? : Subnational Comparison in India Ajit Phadnis. Harvard University • Problem of Socrates and the Role of Political Philosophy: Nietzsche and Strauss Sungwoo Park. Gender. University of Georgia The Determined Motivated Reasoner: Issue Dynamics in Presidential Campaigns Benjamin R. Huazhong University of Science & Technology. The Ohio State University. Irvine ‘My Kind of Partisan’ . Xiaolin Xu. Smith. Stanford University Threat of Violence and Support for Strong Leadership Anup Phayal. Ohio State University. Rutgers University-Newark Poster Session: Political Thought and Philosophy: Historical Approaches • Adorno’s Critique and Rescue of Liberal Individualism Fabian N. Sukala. University of Chicago Poster Session: Political Organizations and Parties • A Space Irony: Political Parties. Stanford University The Role of the Information Environment in Partisan Voting Erik Peterson. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign The Impact of Transitional Justice on Political Trust Risa Kitagawa. Seoul National University • Protreptic Strategies of “The Art of Rhetoric” and Dilemmas of Liberal Democracy Daniel DiLeo. Vitela. Stanford University Poster Session: Political Psychology • Changing Attitudes or Persistent Prejudice? Disgust Toward LGBT People & Issues Logan S. George Mason University Linguistics for Leaders: Party. Wojcik. University of California. New Policy Areas.The Role of Party Leaders in Shaping Partisanship Alexa Bankert. Louisiana State University • The Problem of Public Interest Participation in Consumer Credit Regulation Mallory SoRelle. Pennsylvania State University. Casey. Louisiana State University. Altoona . Twin Cities 34 POSTER SESSIONS • • • • • • • • Flagging Democrats: The Authoritarian Disposition and the Arab Spring Matthew Ward. Cameron University • Beyond ‘Jacksonian’ Spoils: The Gilded Age Transformation of Political Patronage Jeffrey Broxmeyer • Beyond One-Party Rule: Factional Politics in American Local Government Peter Bucchianeri. University of Kentucky Poster Session: Political Science Education: Transformative Experiences in and outside the Classroom • Empowering Students through Teaching Activism and Advocacy Heather Heckel • Growing Voters & Political Media Literacy Skills: Spin Room Simulation Activity Jo-Anne Hart. Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse • Quite Contrary: An Empirical Evaluation of Libertarian-Republican “Fusionism” C. University of Minnesota. and US Space Policy Wendy Whitman-Cobb.

Syracuse University • Performance Funding in Higher Education: Exploring Unintended Consequences Christopher Birdsall. University of Notre Dame The Shattered Soul: Labor in the Digital Era David Peter Palazzo The Threat of Anomie – Responses and Solutions in Early Liberal Thought Luise Papcke Thomas Jefferson and the Intellectual Origins of Herrenvolk Democracy Michael Gorup. College of the Holy Cross Tasteful Citizenship: Hume on the Role of Judgment and Sentiment in Politics Brianne Michelle Walsh Wolf. Department of Political Science • Have Performance Agreements Improved Service Delivery in Brazil? Lorena Vinuela. University of Oklahoma Poster Session: Public Opinion • Citizenship Perceptions in Turkey Bengi Ruken Cengiz. University of Texas. University of Maryland • The Media and the Message: The Content of Presidential Speeches and Tweets James Michael McQuiston. University of Wisconsin. Duke University The Paranoid Style of Tyranny: Rule. University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign Poster Session: Presidents & Executive Politics • Immigration Policy in the 2016 Presidential Nomination Process Sean D.POSTER SESSIONS • • • • • • • • • • Rich Public and Poor Citizens: Machiavelli and the Economic Question Faisal Baluch. Cornell University The Politics of Rebirth in the Mortal World of Machiavelli Katherine Bermingham. New York University Which Factors Drive Protest Behavior in the PostCommunist World Today? Peter Chereson. The New School • Adaptation by Imitation: Governance Innovation by Mutual Learning in China Xiaohong Yu. New York University. Austin Poster Session: Public Administration • Citizen Participation and Decentralized Service Delivery: The Case of Vietnam Diep Thi Ngoc Duong. and Emergent Equality Jordan Jochim. Barry University • Prime Ministers. Madison The Citizenship of Children: Civic Education Before the Nation State Alexandra Oprea. Faction. Cornell University Two Concepts of Dignity: Isaiah Berlin and the Seduction of Militant Liberalism Aaron Gavin What If They Don’t Listen? Persuasion and Force in Plato’s “Republic” Colleen Mitchell Poster Session: Politics of Communist and Former Communist Countries Division • A Genealogy of “Scientific Policy-Making” in China Yimin Li. Syracuse University. University of Pittsburgh • Blurring the Lines: Measuring Self-censorship in China and Belarus Dimitar D. Core Executives. Foreman. Columbia University • • The Variation of Repression Intensity under Authoritarianism Ye Wang. American University • Tech-savvy Government? A Multi-agency Study of IT Spending and Performance Alex Ingrams.Newark • The Influence of State Politics on Higher Education Governance Structures Tracey Bark. Ye Wang • The Nationalist Capture – Central European Comparative Analysis Hadas Aron. Sabanci University • Creating Complexity: Opinion Leaders’ Efforts to Activate the Status Quo Bias Andrew Tyner. Pennsylvania State University • Foreign Media. Governance and Politics Chris Eichbaum • Strategically Empty? Vacancies and Nomination Delay in Presidential Appointments Evan Haglund. Mengyang Zhao. Gueorguiev. Charles David Crabtree. Rutgers University . University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill POSTER SESSIONS 35 . Szu-chien Hsu • Agrarian Origins of Political Instability in Rural Central Asia Farhod Yuldashev. US Coast Guard Academy • The Influence of Political Dynamics on Presidents’ Critical Executive Orders Gilbert David Nunez. The University of Akron Wayne College • The Priorities of a President: Understanding Policy Attention Rebecca Eissler. Knowledge Elite and Repression Strategies Mengyang Zhao.

University of New Mexico • How Facing Uncertainty Makes People Better Citizens Joe Roberto Tafoya. the Press. University of Florida • Mobilizing the Opposition: Campaign Activity and Minority Opponents Hans J. University of Washington • Exploring Mid-level Bureaucracy: A Tentative Typology Pedro Cavalcante. Joana Stocker. (SUNY) • Escaping Hispanophobia: Can Circular Migration Improve Latino Immigrant Health? Melina Juarez. Ethnicity. and Minority Representation Shakari Byerly. Berkeley Public Opinion Polarization in Ecuador. Federal University of ABC. National Research University Higher School of Economic Political Knowledge Batteries: Scaling and Best Practices in Online Surveys Douglas Ahler. Michael C. Stephen N. Dyson 36 POSTER SESSIONS • • • • Redistribution or Recognition? Legislating the Women’s Issues in Croatia Nikolina Jozanc. The University of Texas at Austin • Issue Based or Partisan Voting? Vote Choice. Hassell. University of California. Erika Yamada • Oversight. University of Michigan. Herron. Zayed University. Texas: The Voter Initiative & the Politics of Bilingual Education Girma Elyot Alifeyo Parris. Los Angeles Exploring Political Polarization in Russia Using Social Media Data Daria Kharkina. Marquette University Poster Session: Qualitative Methods • A Critical Realist Explanatory Framework Drawing on a Grammar Model Bruno Da Rocha Braga. Charles River Analytics. Immigration. Faculty of Political Science University of Zagreb Registration Innovation: What Improves Voter List Accuracy? Holly Ann Garnett. University of California. Rocco. Kelly. University of Michigan. The Ohio State University The Politics Behind Perceptions of Political Bias Omer Yair. Dartmouth College. University of Brasilia (UnB). Accountability. UCLA • Minority Representation and Local Engagement: Gaining Credit for Informal Action Erik Grant Hanson. George Washington University The Politics of Trial and Error: Medicare Demonstrations and Policy Change Andrew S. Measurement Effects.POSTER SESSIONS • • • • • • • Diminished Voices: Polling. The Chinese University of Hong Kong Poster Session: Race. Rodriguez. Science and Technology • The Case of Rome: Institutional Continuity and Change in Early Principate Rome Mattias Ottervik. The Ohio State University. Gabriela Lotta. Aitalieva. and Turkey Orcun Selcuk. Smith. Brasília Federal Institute of Education. Memorial University of Newfoundland Television News Content Predicts Political Knowledge Robert Bond. Johns Hopkins University. Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne • Ethnic Resistance to Language Policy in China 2001-2010 Lina Wang. and Voters’ Evaluations of Party Leaders Amanda Bittner. Philip B. Florida International University Question Format. Cornell College . Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy at the University at Albany. Berkeley. and Compliance in Federal Corporations Dana D. Zayed University • Citizen Perceptions of Corruption in the Public Service Nurgul R. University of California. Daniel A. & Group Consciousness Angela Gutierrez. Hebrew University of Jerusalem Poster Session: Public Policy: New Research on Public Policies and Policymaking • A Policy Analysis Framework for Cyber Security Operations Amy Sliva. Los Angeles • Missing Black Americans and Representation in Political Institutions David Cottrell. Richard Andres • Accountability in Distance: The Political Economy of Affordable Housing in China Xin Sun • Assessing Representative Bureaucracy in the Middle East Ginger Silvera.G. McGill University Rules Matter: Profit Repatriation and the Central Banks’ Interest Rates Policies Huan-Kai Tseng. Matthew Sweitzer. and Politics • California v. Javier M. Goggin. Venezuela. University of California.

Representation. Georgetown University • Ideology and Learning in State Legislator Attention to Policy Innovations Daniel J. Texas Tech University Poster Session: State Politics and Policy: Politics and Policy in the American States • Diversity and the State: Do Rules at the State Level Hurt Local Governments? Karin Kitchens. Stockton University. It’s Balance Heidi Obediente. UCSD Poster Session: Representation and Electoral Systems • Bypassing Parliament: Why Proportional Elections Produce Majoritarian Results Mattan Sharkansky. Gomez. Brendon Swedlow. Rhodes College. Charles David Crabtree. University of North Carolina. Hebrew University of Jerusalem • Constituency Diversity. KAIST • Policy Punctuation or Politics As Usual?: The Dynamics of Science Policymaking Renée J. University of Toronto • The Global Controversy: Polish Nationalism and the LGBT Movement in Warsaw Nawojka Lesinski • The Spread of Same-sex Unions Policies in Latin America Kelly Kollman. James Madison University • Divided on Racial Lines: The Emergence of New Racism in Modern Public Opinion Danielle Russell. Kowal. University of Connecticut • Racial Biases in Sentencing? A Comparative Analysis of Sentence Length between African American and White Women Jasmine Smith.POSTER SESSIONS • Talking the Talk? Descriptive Representation of Latinos and Congressional Speech Michael S. Jackson State University • It’s Not Women or Men. Mallinson. Johnson. Gabriel Koehler-Derrick • Do Sheep Follow the Shepherds? Evangelical Clergy Influence Cross-Nationally Amy Erica Erica Smith. Dublin Poster Session: Science. SUNY Binghamton University • The Effect of Socioeconomic Factors on News Media Source Preference and African American Political Knowledge Jasmine Jackson. Trinity College. Pennsylvania State University POSTER SESSIONS 37 . Indiana University • Beyond Victimization: Assessing Relief and Recovery Under UNSCR 1325 Priscilla Torres. Technology & Environmental Politics • Cultural Influences on Taiwanese Perceptions of Environmental Activism Li-Yin Liu. Northern Illinois University • National Styles of Science? Political Correlates of Science Funding So Young Kim. Northern Illinois University. West Virginia University Poster Session: Sexuality and Politics: Comparative Case Studies in Gay Rights • Norms of Contention: Examining Nepali Public Opinion on Sexual Norms Sarah Rich-Zendel. University of Notre Dame • Mass Attitudes about Muslim-American Candidates Nazita Lajevardi. University of Central Florida • Linked Fate and Latinos: Another American Invention? Renzo Olivari. Iowa State University • Issue Attitudes and Issue Salience Among Liberal Young Evangelicals Jeremiah Castle. Université de Montréal • The Inconvenient Truth of the Political Environmental Cycle Shiran Shen • Tweeting the Policy Narrative: The Case of Environmental Policy Groups Matthew Barnes. Harvard University • • Narrow Representation? Racialized Issues and Representation Franchesca Victoria Nestor Reforming Representative Democracies: Determinants of Legislative Responsiveness Miriam Sorace. Constituent and Donor Ideological Relationships Jose S. University of Glasgow. Chapel Hill • Female Political Representation and Prevalence of Sexual Violence in the US Susanne Schwarz. Inaki Sagarzazu. Bowdoin College Poster Session: Ralph Bunche Summer Institute Scholars Poster Session • Contributions in Politics: Congressman. Rhodes College • The Effects of Learning about Genopolitics Alexandre Morin-Chassé. and Polarization in State Legislatures Eric Hansen. Erin A Dolgoy. Loyola Marymount University Poster Session: Religion and Politics • “Where Do We Go From Here?”: The Varying Electoral Fates of Islamist Parties Ashley Anderson.

POSTER SESSIONS


Judicial Federalism, School Finance Decisions, and
Policy Learning
James C. Clinger, Murray State University
Quantifying Tradeoffs in Redistricting through
Clustering
Justin Levitt
Turning Out to Vote: Increased Costs for Minority
Voters at Polling Places
Patricia Posey, University of Pennsylvania

Poster Session: Teaching & Learning
• Integration through Education? The Brčko Model in
Post-war Bosnia-Herzegovina
Mary Kate Schneider, University of Maryland
• Learning from What International Students Think
about Democracy
Catherine Bartch
• Using Web Archives to Teach Climate Justice
Politics
Ted Perlmutter, Columbia University
Poster Session: The African Politics Conference
Group
• The Impact of Voter Emigration on Party Survival:
Evidence from Zimbabwe’s ZANUPF
Chipo Dendere
• Trust is a Must: The Impact of Political Trust on
Protest Behavior in Africa
Patience Kapfer, University at Buffalo
• Voting for Social Protection: Evidence from Ghana
Rachel Strohm
Poster Session: The Politics of Advanced
Industrialized Countries
• Norm Diffusion & Gender Equality - The Case of
Corporate Board Quotas
Malliga Och, Idaho State University
• Now or Later: Tradeoffs in Implementation Among
European Union Member Sates
Jean Clipperton
• Occasional Watchdogs or Coalition Pork?
Oversight and Policy in Coalitions
Christine S. Lipsmeyer, Texas A&M University;
Mallory E. Compton, Texas A&M University

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Poster Session: Urban and Local Politics
• Market or Government? A Comparison of
Metropolitan Governance in Latin America
Jia Tian
Poster Session: Women and Politics
• An Experimental Evaluation of the Effect of
Masculinity on Political Ambition
Sarah Oliver, St. Lawrence University
• Gender Quotas and Their Long-Term Consequences
for Women’s Political Careers
Yann Kerevel, Louisiana State University
• How Gender & Newsroom Culture Shape Media
Framing of Violence Against Women
Holly Jeanine Boux, Georgetown University; Shirley
Adelstein, U.S. Office of Personnel Management;
Megan Ruxton, Colorado State University
• Legal Strategies to Combat Violence against
Women in Politics in Latin America
Juliana Restrepo Sanin, Rutgers University
• Legislative Patterns and Performance of Female
Legislators in East Asia
Jaemin Shim
• Mayoral Office Prestige and the Intersectionality of
Gender and Race
Twyla Blackmond Larnell
• Men and Gendered Advocacy in the European
Parliament, and Beyond
Mary Nugent
• Reexamining the Link Between Descriptive
Representation and Political Efficacy
Katelyn E. Stauffer, Indiana University
• The War on Women: An Analysis of American
Social Policies
Laura U. Schneider, Grand Valley State University
• Why Do the Peacemakers Talk So Much About
War?
Madison V. Schramm, Georgetown University;
Alexandra Stark, Georgetown University
• Women’s Representation: Field Experiments from
Latin America and Europe
Zoila Ponce de Leon Seijas, University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill; Gabriele Magni, University
of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

2016 APSA AWARDS
DISSERTATION AWARDS
Gabriel A. Almond Award
The Gabriel A. Almond prize is awarded annually for the
best dissertation in the field of comparative politics.
Award Committee:
Arthur Spirling, New York University (Chair)
Lisa Blaydes, Stanford University
Marc Howard, Georgetown University
Recipient: Dawn Teele, Yale University
Title: “The Logic of Women’s Enfranchisement: A
Comparative Study of the United States, France and the
United Kingdom”
William Anderson Award
The William Anderson prize is awarded annually for
the best dissertation in the general field of federalism or
intergovernmental relations, state and local politics.
Award Committee:
Liesbet Hooghe, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
(Chair)
Yoshiko Herrera, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Shanna Rose, Claremont McKenna College
Recipient: Philip Rocco, University of California, Berkeley
Title: “Reorganizing the Activist State: Conservatives,
Commissions, and the Politics of Federalism, 1947-1996”

Helen Dwight Reid Award
The Helen Dwight Reid prize is awarded annually for the
best dissertation successfully defended during the previous
two years in the field of international relations, law, and
politics.
Award Committee:
Kristian Skrede Gleditsch, University of Essex (Chair)
Susan Hyde, Yale University
Paul Poast, University of Chicago
Recipient: Melissa Lee, Stanford University
Title: “Mind the Gap? The International Sources of
Sovereignty and State Weakness”
E.E. Schattschneider Award
The E.E. Schattschneider prize is awarded annually for the
best doctoral dissertation completed and accepted during
that year or the previous year in the field of American
government.
Award Committee:
Lina Newton, Hunter College (Chair)
Dan Hopkins, Georgetown University
Kent Portney, Texas A&M University
Recipient: Rachel Potter, University of Michigan
Title: “Writing the Rules of the Game: The Strategic Logic of
Agency Rulemaking”

Edward S. Corwin Award
The Edward S. Corwin prize is awarded annually for the
best dissertation in the field of public law.

Leo Strauss Award
The Leo Strauss prize is awarded annually for the best
dissertation in the field of political philosophy.

Award Committee:
Amy Steigerwalt, Georgia State University (Chair)
Gretchen Helmke, University of Rochester
Anthony Lang, University of St Andrews
Recipient: Jud Mathews, Yale University
Title: “Constitutional Rights, Private Law, and Judicial
Power”

Award Committee:
Jill Hargis, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
(Chair)
Leigh Jenco, London School of Economics
Lars Tønder, University of Copenhagen
Recipient: Matthew Longo, Yale University
Title: “Sovereignty in the Age of Securitization: A Study on
Borders and Bordering in the United States after 9/11”

Harold D. Lasswell Award
The Harold D. Lasswell prize is awarded annually for the
best dissertation in the field of public policy. The award is
co-sponsored by the Policy Studies Organization.
Award Committee:
Jennifer Clark, University of Houston (Chair)
Christian Breunig, University of Konstanz
Chris Koski, Reed College
Recipient: Brian Palmer-Rubin, University of California,
Berkeley
Title: “Evading the Patronage Trap: Interest Organizations
and Policymaking in Mexico”

Leonard White Award
The Leonard D. White prize is awarded annually for the
best dissertation successfully defended during the previous
two years in the field of public administration.
Award Committee:
Rosemary O’Leary, University of Kansas (Chair)
Sergio Fernandez, Indiana University
Susan Miller, University of South Carolina
Recipient: Bruce Jones, University of Texas at Dallas
Title: “An fMRI Study of the Reward Preferences of
Government and Business Leaders”
2016 APSA AWARDS 39

2016 APSA AWARDS
PAPER/ARTICLE AWARDS

BOOK AWARDS

Franklin L. Burdette/Pi Sigma Alpha Award
The Franklin L. Burdette/Pi Sigma Alpha prize is awarded
annually for the best paper presented at the previous year’s
annual meeting. The award is supported by Pi Sigma
Alpha.

Ralph J. Bunche Award
The Ralph Bunche Award is given annually for the best
scholarly work in political science that explores the
phenomenon of ethnic and cultural pluralism.

Award Committee:
Carol Nackenoff, Swarthmore College (Chair)
Jake Bowers, University of Illinois
Jonas Pontusson, University of Geneva
Recipients: John Voorheis, University of Oregon, Nolan
McCarty, Princeton University, Boris Shor, Georgetown
University
Title: “Unequal Incomes, Ideology and Gridlock: How
Rising Inequality Increases Political Polarization”
Recipient: Pablo Barberá, New York University
Title: “How Social Media Reduces Mass Political
Polarization: Evidence from Germany, Spain, and the U.S.”
Heinz Eulau Award – American Political Science
Review
The Heinz Eulau Award is awarded annually for the best
article published in the American Political Science Review
in the past calendar year. The award is supported by
Cambridge University Press.
Award Committee:
Aseem Prakash, University of Washington (Chair)
Michelle Dion, McMaster University
Martin Gilens, Princeton University
Recipients: Ariel White, Harvard University, Noah
Nathan, Harvard University and Julie Faller, Harvard
University
Title: “What Do I Need to Vote? Bureaucratic Discretion
and Discrimination by Local Election Officials”
Heinz Eulau Award – Perspectives on Politics
The Heinz Eulau Award is awarded annually for the best
article published in Perspectives on Politics in the past
calendar year. The award is supported by Cambridge
University Press.
Award Committee:
Aseem Prakash, University of Washington (Chair)
Virginie Guiraudon, Sciences Po
Macartan Humphreys, Columbia University
Recipient: Rebecca Thorpe, University of Washington
Title: “Perverse Politics: The Persistence of Mass
Imprisonment in the Twenty-first Century”

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Award Committee:
Christina Greer, Fordham University (Chair)
Kanchan Chandra, New York University
Marc Helbling, Social Science Research Center WZB
Recipients: Marisa Abrajano, University of California,
San Diego and Zoltan Hajnal, University of California,
San Diego
Title: White Backlash: Immigration, Race, and American
Politics (Princeton University Press)
Gladys M. Kammerer Award
The Gladys M. Kammerer Award is given annually for the
best book published during the previous calendar year in
the field of U.S. national policy.
Award Committee:
Eleanor Powell, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Chair)
Sarah Anzia, University of California, Berkeley
Andrew Rudalevige, Bowdoin College
Recipients: Helen Milner, Princeton University and
Dustin Tingley, Harvard University
Title: Sailing the Water’s Edge: The Domestic Politics of
American Foreign Policy (Princeton University Press)
Victoria Schuck Award
The Victoria Schuck Award is given annually for the best
book published on women and politics.
Award Committee:
Jill Vickers, Carleton University (Chair)
Fiona Mackay, University of Edinburgh
Shauna Shames, Rutgers University, Camden
Recipient: Sarah Deer, Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Title: The Beginning and End of Rape: Confronting Sexual
Violence in Native America (University of Minnesota Press)
Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award
The Woodrow Wilson Award is given annually for the
best book on government, politics, or international affairs.
The award, formerly supported by the Woodrow Wilson
Foundation, is sponsored by Princeton University.
Award Committee:
John Mollenkopf, City University of New York (Chair)
James Robinson, University of Chicago
Ashutosh Varshney, Brown University
Recipient: Prerna Singh, Brown University
Title: How Solidarity Works for Welfare: Subnationalism
and Social Development in India (Cambridge University
Press)

2016 APSA AWARDS
CAREER AWARDS
Distinguished Teaching Award
The APSA Distinguished Teaching Award honors the
outstanding contribution to undergraduate and graduate
teaching of political science at two- and four-year
institutions. The contribution may span several years or an
entire career, or it may be a single project of exceptional
impact.
Award Committee:
Sherri Wallace, University of Louisville (Chair)
Jacqui Briggs, University of Lincoln
Richard Holtzman, Bryant University
Recipient: Dewey Clayton, University of Louisville
John Gaus Award
The John Gaus Award and Lectureship honors the
recipient’s lifetime of exemplary scholarship in the joint
tradition of political science and public administration and,
more generally, recognizes and encourages scholarship in
public administration.
Award Committee:
Lael Keiser, University of Missouri (Chair)
Frances Berry, Florida State University
Dan Carpenter, Harvard University
Recipient: Rosemary O’Leary, University of Kansas
Frank J. Goodnow Award
The Frank Johnson Goodnow Award was established by the
APSA Council in 1996 to honor service to the community of
teachers, researchers, and public servants who work in the
many fields of politics. Frank J. Goodnow, the first president
of the American Political Science Association, a pioneer in
the development of judicial politics, and former president
of Johns Hopkins University, is an exemplar of the public
service and volunteerism that this award represents.

Hubert H. Humphrey Award
The Hubert H. Humphrey Award is awarded annually in
recognition of notable public service by a political scientist.
Award Committee:
Raphael Sonenshein, California State University, Los
Angeles (Chair)
Anthony King, University of Essex
Les Lenkowsky, Indiana University
Recipient: Edwin Dorn, University of Texas at Austin
Ithiel de Sola Pool Award
The Ithiel de Sola Pool Award and Lectureship was
established in 1995 by the Association to honor the
memory and contributions of Ithiel de Sola Pool. The award
honors a scholar whose research explores a broad range
of fields pursued by Ithiel de Sola Pool including political
theory, political behavior, political communication, science
and technology policy, and international affairs.
Award Committee:
Danielle Vinson, Furman University (Chair)
Matt Baum, Harvard Kennedy School
Andy Gelman, Columbia University
Recipient: Robert Huckfeldt, University of California,
Davis
Carey McWilliams Award
The Carey McWilliams Award is given annually to honor
a major journalistic contribution to our understanding of
politics.
Award Committee:
Steve Livington, George Washington University (Chair)
Andrew Chadwick, Royal Holloway, University of London
Josh Tucker, New York University
Recipient: Alan Rusbridger, Oxford University and The
Guardian

Award Committee:
Anne Schneider, Arizona State University (Chair)
Richard Johnson, University of British Columbia
Tom Remington, Emory University
Recipient: Virginia Sapiro, Boston University

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2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS
SECTION 01. Federalism &
Intergovernmental Relations
Publius, The Journal of Federalism Best Article
Award
This award is for the best article published in Publius, The
Journal of Federalism in the previous calendar year.
Award Committee: Michael Gusmano, Chair, The Hastings
Center; Paul Manna, College of William & Mary; Frank J.
Thompson, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey –
Newark
Recipient: Gwen Arnold, University of California, Davis
Title: “When Cooperative Federalism Isn’t: How U.S.
Federal Interagency Contradictions Impede Effective
Wetland Management.” Publius, The Journal of Federalism
45(2): 244-269.

SECTION 02. Law and Courts
Best Graduate Student Paper Award
The Best Graduate Student Paper Award is given annually
for the best paper on law and courts written by a graduate
student.
Award Committee: Justin Wedeking, Chair, University
of Kentucky; Martha Ginn, Augusta University; Morgan
Hazelton, St. Louis University; Matthew Hitt, Louisiana State
University; Alicia Uribe, University of Illinois
Recipient: Thomas Gray, University of Virginia
Title: “Executive Influence on State Supreme Court Justices:
Strategic Deference in Reappointment.”
Teaching and Mentoring Award
The Teaching and Mentoring Award recognizes innovative
teaching and instructional methods and materials in
law and courts. Examples of innovations that might
be recognized by this award include (but are not
limited to) outstanding textbooks, websites, classroom
exercises, syllabi, or other devices designed to enhance
the transmission of knowledge about law and courts to
undergraduate or graduate students.

lasting impression on the field of law and courts.
Award Committee: Ryan Owens, Chair, University
of Wisconsin–Madison; Chris Bonneau, University of
Pittsburgh; Gbemende Johnson, Hamilton College; Maya
Sen, Harvard University; Patrick Schmidt, Macalester
College
Recipients: Andrew D. Martin, University of Michigan
and Kevin M. Quinn, University of California, Berkeley
Title: “Dynamic Ideal Point Estimation via Markov Chain
Monte Carlo for the U.S. Supreme Court, 1953-1999.”
2002. Political Analysis. 10:134-153
Lifetime Achievement Award
The Lifetime Achievement Award is an award for a lifetime
of significant scholarship, teaching and service to the law
and courts field.
Award Committee: Susan Haire, Chair, University of
Georgia; Rachel Caufield, Drake University; Ken Kersch,
Boston College; David Law, University of Hong Kong;
Christine Nemacheck, College of William & Mary
Recipient: Lee Epstein, Washington University in St. Louis
Best Conference Paper Award
The Law and Courts Best Conference Paper Award
(formerly the American Judicature Society Award) is given
annually for the best paper on law and courts presented
at the previous years’ annual meetings of the American,
international, or regional political science associations.
Single and co-authored papers, written by political
scientists, are eligible. Papers may be nominated by any
member of the Section.
Award Committee: Paul Collins, Chair, University of
Massachusetts Amherst; Rachael Hinkle, University at
Buffalo; Scott Lemieux, College of St. Rose; Salmon
Shomade, University of New Orleans; Jeffrey Yates,
Binghamton University
Recipient: Jonathan P. Kastellec, Princeton University
Title: “Empirically Evaluating the Counter-Majoritarian
Difficulty: Public Opinion, State Policy, and Judicial Review
Before Roe v. Wade”

Award Committee: Richard Pacelle, Chair, University of
Tennessee; Jennifer Bowie, University of Richmond; Alyx
Mark, North Central College; Laura Moyer, University of
Louisville; Teena Wilhelm, University of Georgia

Best Journal Article Award
The Best Journal Article Award recognizes the best journal
article on law and courts written by a political scientist and
published during the previous calendar year.

Recipient: Susan Haire, University of Georgia

Award Committee: Lori Hausegger, Chair, Boise State
University; Drew Lanier, University of Central Florida;
Danny Lempert, State University of New York at Potsdam;
Kelly Rader, Yale University; Albert Yoon, University of
Toronto

Lasting Contribution Award
The Lasting Contribution Award is given annually for a
book or journal article, 10 years or older, that has made a
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Recipient: Rachael Hinkle, University at Buffalo
Title: “Legal Constraint in the U.S. Courts of Appeals.”
Journal of Politics 77(3):721-735
Law and Courts Service Award
The Law and Courts Service Award recognizes service to
the section in the literal sense, as in service on committees
and in leadership positions, as well as service within the
section, as in service to the profession within the field of
law and courts in the form of archiving data, promoting
infrastructure, representing the profession in the media, etc.
Award Committee: Matthew Hall, Chair, University of
Notre Dame; Bethany Blackstone, University of North
Texas; Rebecca Gill, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Kirk
Randazzo, University of South Carolina; Susanne Schorpp,
Georgia State University
Recipient: Christine Harrington, New York University

SECTION 03. Legislative Studies
Richard F. Fenno Prize
In the tradition of Professor Fenno’s work, this prize is
designed to honor work that is both theoretically and
empirically strong. Moreover, this prize is dedicated
to encouraging scholars to pursue new and different
avenues of research in order to find answers to previously
unexplored questions about the nature of politics.
Award Committee: Craig Volden, Chair, University of
Virginia; Leslie Schwindt-Bayer, Rice University; Andrew
Taylor, North Carolina State University
Recipients: Sven-Oliver Proksch, McGill University and
Jonathan B. Slapin, University of Essex
Title: The Politics of Parliamentary Debate: Parties, Rebels
and Representation. Cambridge University Press, 2015
Carl Albert Dissertation Award
The Carl Albert Dissertation Award is given annually for
the best dissertation in legislative studies. Topics may be
national or subnational in focus on Congress, parliaments,
state legislatures, or other representative bodies.
Award Committee: Michael Barber, Chair, Brigham Young
University; Jennifer Clark, University of Houston; Jason
Windett, Saint Louis University
Recipient: Molly E. Reynolds, Brookings Institution
Title: “Exceptions to the Rule: Majoritarian Procedures and
Majority Party Power in the U.S. Senate.” University of
Michigan, 2015

CQ Press Award
The CQ Press Award for the best paper on legislative
studies presented at the previous year’s APSA Annual
Meeting.
Award Committee: Daniel Magleby, Co-chair, Binghamton
University; Pamela McCann, Co-chair, University of
Southern California; Ben Highton, University of California,
Davis
Recipients: John Voorheis, University of Oregon; Nolan
McCarty, Princeton University; Boris Shor, Georgetown
University
Title: “Unequal Incomes, Ideology and Gridlock: How
Rising Inequality Increases Political Polarization.”
Jewell-Loewenberg Award
The Jewell-Loewenberg Paper Award for the best article in
the Legislative Studies Quarterly in the previous year.
Award Committee: Barry Burden, Chair, University of
Wisconsin; Jason Casellas, University of Houston; Susan
Miller, University of South Carolina
Recipients: Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Ohio State
University; Josh M. Ryan, Utah State University; Anand
Edward Sokhey, University of Colorado at Boulder
Title: “Examining Legislative Cue-Taking in the US Senate.”
Legislative Studies Quarterly 40 (2015):13-53.
Alan Rosenthal Prize
In the spirit of Alan Rosenthal’s work, this prize is dedicated
to encouraging young scholars to study questions that
are of importance to legislators and legislative staff and
to conduct research that has the potential application to
strengthening the practice of representative democracy.
Award Committee: Gisela Sin, Chair, University of Illinois,
Urbana-Champaign; Sunil Ahuja, The Higher Learning
Commission; Seth Masket, University of Denver
Recipient: James M. Curry, University of Utah
Title: Legislating in the Dark. University of Chicago Press,
2015

SECTION 04. Public Policy
Aaron Wildavsky Enduring Contribution Award
The Aaron Wildavsky Enduring Contribution Award is
given for the best book or article published in the general
area of public policy during the past twenty (20) plus years.
Award Committee: Paul Quirk, University of British
Columbia; Ann Bowman, Texas A&M University; Isabela
Mares, Columbia University

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Recipient: Robert D. Putnam, Harvard University
Title: Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American
Community. Simon and Schuster, 2001
Best Comparative Policy Paper Award
Given to a scholar who has received his or her PhD within
the last five years and whose career to date demonstrates
unusual promise.
Award Committee: Karen Jusko, Stanford University; Brian
Min, University of Michigan; Jacinct Jordana Casajuana,
Pompeu Fabra University; Klaus Schubert, University of
Muenster; Zach Elkins, University of Texas at Austin
Recipients: Vladimir Gimpelson, Higher School of
Economics, Moscow and Daniel Treisman, University of
California, Los Angeles
Title: “Misperceiving Inequality”
Best Poster on Public Policy Award
The Best Poster on Public Policy Award is given for the
best paper or poster presented at the poster session at the
previous APSA meeting.
Award Committee: Sarah Anzia, University of California,
Berkeley; Hongtao Yi, The Ohio State University; Christian
Breunig, University of Konstanz; Edella Schlager, University
of Arizona
Recipient: Alexander Bolton, Duke University
Title: “Ideological Diversity and Policymaking in the United
States”
Recipients: Delphia Shanks-Booth and Mallory
SoRelle, Cornell University
Title: “Information v. Ideology: Recognizing (Government)
Benefits in the Submerged State”
Best Paper on Public Policy Award
The Best Paper on Public Policy Award recognizes the best
paper on Public Policy given at the previous APSA Annual
Meeting.
Award Committee: Samuel Workman, University of
Oklahoma; Jeronimo Cortina, University of Houston; R.
Kent Weaver, Georgetown University
Recipient: Daniel Galvin, Northwestern University
Title: “Wage Theft, Public Policy, and the Politics of
Workers’ Rights”
Theodore J. Lowi Policy Studies Journal Best
Article Award
The Theodore J. Lowi Policy Studies Journal Best Article
Award is given to recognize an article of particular
distinction published at any time in Policy Studies Journal.
Award Committee: Susan Moffitt, Brown University;
Graeme Boushey, University of California, Irvine; Laura
Evans, University of Washington
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Recipients: Megan E. Hatch, Cleveland State University
and Elizabeth Rigby, George Washington University
Title: “Laboratories of (In)equality? Redistributive Policy and
Income Inequality in the American States” Policy Studies
Journal. 43(2): 163-187. May 2015

SECTION 05. Political
Organizations and Parties
Emerging Scholars Award
Given to a scholar who has received his or her PhD within
the last five years and whose career to date demonstrates
unusual promise.
Award Committee: Christina Wolbrecht, Chair, University
of Notre Dame; Heath Brown, CUNY, John Jay College
and Graduate Center; Michael T. Heaney, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor
Recipient: Samara Klar, University of Arizona
Jack Walker Award
The Jack Walker Award recognizes an article published
in the last two calendar years that makes an outstanding
contribution to research and scholarship on political
organizations and parties.
Award Committee: Florence Faucher, Chair, Science
Politique-Paris; Robert G. Boatright, Clark University; AnnKristin Kölln, University of Gothenburg
Recipient: Noam Lupu, Vanderbilt University
Title: “Brand Dilution and the Breakdown of Political Parties
in Latin America”, World Politics 66, no. 4 (October
2014), 561–602
Leon D. Epstein Outstanding Book Award
Recognizes a book published in the last two calendar years
that made an outstanding contribution to research and
scholarship on political organizations and parties.
Award Committee: Peter Francia, Chair, East Carolina
University; Marie Hojnacki, Pennsylvania State University;
Markus Wagner, University of Vienna
Recipients: Sven-Oliver Proksch, McGill University and
Jonathan B. Slapin, University of Essex
Title: The Politics of Parliamentary Debate: Parties, Rebels
and Representation. Cambridge University Press, 2015
Recipients: Michael T. Heaney, University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor and Fabio Rojas, Indiana University,
Bloomington
Title: Party in the Street: The Antiwar Movement and the
Democratic Party after 9/11. Cambridge University Press,
2015

2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS
Samuel J. Eldersveld Career Achievement Lifetime
Award
Recognizes a scholar whose lifetime professional work has
made an outstanding contribution to the field.
Award Committee: Jeffrey M. Berry, Chair, Tufts University;
Paul Webb, University of Sussex; Hal Bass, Ouachita
Baptist University
Recipient: Kay L. Schlozman, Boston College

SECTION 06. Public Administration
John Gaus Award
The John Gaus Award honors the recipient’s lifetime of
exemplary scholarship in the joint tradition of political science
and public administration. The winner delivers the Gaus
Award at the Annual Conference. This year, the Gaus Lecture
is scheduled for 6:30 — 7:30PM on Friday, September 2nd,
followed by a reception, all at the conference in Philadelphia.

new light on important public administration questions, their
scholarly and methodological rigor and their promise for
advancing practice and theory development.
Award Committee: John Bryson, Chair, University of
Minnesota; Amanda Girth, Ohio State University; Amanda
Rutherford, Indiana University
Recipient: Jennifer Dodge, Rockefeller College,
University at Albany, State University of New York
Title: “Technological controversies and emerging governance:
The case of “fracking” in New York and Pennsylvania.”
Recipient: Sanghee Park, Boise State University,
Title: “Cutback or Collaboration? Finding a tipping point
for saving without damaging performance.”
Recipient: Agustin Leon-Moreta, University of New
Mexico
Title: “Inequality and the Quality of Local Government in
the United States.”

Award Committee: Lael Keiser, University of Missouri;
Frances Berry, Florida State University; Dan Carpenter,
Harvard University

Best Poster Award
Awarded for the best poster presented at the 2015 APSA
Conference.

Recipient: Rosemary O’Leary, University of Kansas

Award Committee: Manny Teodoro, Texas A&M University
and Scott Robinson, University of Oklahoma

Herbert Kaufman Best Paper Award
Awarded to the best paper presented on a panel sponsored
(or co-sponsored) by the Public Administration section at the
previous APSA Annual Meeting.
Award Committee: Scott Robinson, University of Oklahoma;
Dominic Bearfield, Texas A&M University; Claudia
Avellaneda, Indiana University
Recipient: Asmus Leth Olsen, University of Copenhagen
Title: “Negative Performance Information Causes
Asymmetrical Evaluations and Elicits Strong Responsibility
Attributions.”
Herbert A. Simon Best Book Award
The Herbert A. Simon Book Award is for significant
contributions to public administration scholarship.
Award Committee: Rich Fording, University of Alabama;
Ann Bowman, Texas A&M University; Scott Lamothe,
University of Oklahoma
Recipient: Manuel Teodoro, Texas A&M University
Title: Bureaucratic Ambition: Careers, Motives, and
the Innovative Administrator. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins
University Press.
Paul A. Volcker Junior Scholar Research Grant
Award
Awarded to junior scholars researching public administration
issues that affect governance in the United States and
abroad. Proposals will be judged on their potential to shed

Recipients: Simon Haeder, Susan Webb Yackee and
Jason Webb Yackee, University of Wisconsin
Title: “Coalition Drift? Congressional accountability and
government regulation, 1950-1987.”

SECTION 07. Conflict Processes
Best Paper Award
This award is given annually for the best paper written
by one or more untenured scholars (graduate students,
post-docs, or faculty) and presented as part of a conflict
processes sponsored panel or poster session at the previous
Annual Meeting. Papers are eligible only if all authors are
untenured at the time the paper is presented. Nominations
must be made by a member of the Conflict Processes
section; self-nominations are encouraged.
Award Committee: Michael Colaresi, Chair, Michigan
State University; David B. Carter, Princeton University; Erica
Chenoweth, University of Denver
Recipient: Zachary C. Steinert-Threlkeld, University of
California, San Diego
Title: “Spontaneous Collective Action: Peripheral Mobilization
during the Arab Spring.” APSA Annual Meeting, 2015
Best Book Award
Given annually for the best book in conflict processes that
was published in the two calendar years prior to the year
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2015 Leon Weaver Award The Leon Weaver Award is given for the best paper presented at the previous year’s annual meeting at a panel sponsored by the Representation and Electoral Systems Division. Pennsylvania State University Recipient: Scott Strauss. 2015 The Legacy Award The Legacy Award will be given to a living author for a book. Chair. Washington University. Temple University 46 2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Recipient: Amy Catalinac. University of Pennsylvania. Rebecca U. Northeastern University Recipient: Jasmine Farrier. Jon Rogowski. University of Michigan. Sven Oskarsson. University of Houston Recipient: Susan Stokes. Neustadt Award is given for the best book published during the year that contributed to research and scholarship in the field of American presidency. Kriner.” SECTION 09. Hallet Award The George H. Joseph Pika. Award Committee: Raymond Tatalovich. selfnominations are encouraged. Dancygier. Bowdoin College. Scarrow. St. essay. Zaryab Iqbal. Lilly Goren. University of Wisconsin Title: Making and Unmaking Nations: The Origins and Dynamics of Genocide in Contemporary Africa. Representation and Electoral Systems George H. 2015 SECTION 08. Cambridge University Press. Washington University. University of Arkansas. Chair. Uppsala University. St. Chair. CQ Press. Brazil. University of Essex.497 Japanese Candidate Election Manifestos. Justin Kirkland.” American Political Science Review. Columbia University Recipients: Rafaela M. Fayetteville. San Diego Title: Going Public: New Strategies of Presidential Leadership. Award Committee: G. Susan E. Cambridge University Press. Princeton University. University of Rochester. Chair. Edited volumes and textbooks are not eligible for the award. Robin Kolodny. Chair. published at least 10 years prior to the award year that has made a continuing contribution to the intellectual development of the fields of presidency and executive politics. 1986 Founder’s Best Paper Award The Founders Award honoring Lester Seligman will be given for the best paper on executive politics authored by a PhD–holding scholar at the previous year’s (2015) APSA Annual Meeting.2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS in which the award is given. Duke University. University of Washington Recipient: Samuel Kernell. Dan Ponder. Lucas Leemann. Ken Kollman. Louis Title: The Particularistic President: Executive Branch Politics and Political Inequality. Louis. Cornell University Press. University of Houston. Presidents and Executive Politics Neustadt Award for the Best Book on the Presidency The Richard E. Kåre Vernby. University of California. New York University Title: “Positioning Under Alternative Electoral Systems: Evidence From 7. Marquette University. Award Committee: Guy Grossman. University College London. Mariah Zeisberg. Nominations must be made by a member of the Conflict Processes section. Magna Inacio. Award Committee: Julia Azari. Award Committee: Jonathan Slapin. Award Committee: Janet Martin. Carroll University. ETH Zurich. Award Committee: Lars-Erik Cederman. Drury University. 2001 Lawrence Longley Award The Lawrence Longley Award is given for the best article published in the previous year. Isabela Mares. University of Louisville Title: “Judicial Restraint and the New War Powers” . Bingham Powell. Stockholm University Title: “Why Are Immigrants Underrepresented in Politics? Evidence from Sweden. or article. Andrew Dowdle. University of Michigan Recipients: Douglas L. Chair. Loyola University of Chicago. Uppsala University. Yale University Title: Mandates and Democracy: Neoliberalism by Surprise in Latin America. Karl-Oskar Lindgren. Chair. Thorpe. Kyle Beardsley. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Boston University and Andrew Reeves. Hallett Award is presented annually to the author of a book published at least ten years ago that has made a lasting contribution to the literature on representation and electoral systems. University of Delaware. William Mayer.

Adam Berinsky. Matt Blackwell. University of California.” Political Analysis. Georgia Southern University. 2015). New York University Title: “Birds of the same feather tweet together: Bayesian ideal point estimation using Twitter data. Jr. Award Committee: R. Vanderbilt University. Megan Shannon. University of Illinois. Award Committee: Mike Ward. New York University. Nicolas Merz. California Institute of Technology. Award Committee: Robert J. Tam Cho. Jeffrey Peake. Montreal. Shana Gadarian. Political Methodology Statistical Software Award Recognizes statistical software that has made a significant contribution to the advancement of political science. University of California. Princeton University.. within ten years of their degree. Edwards III Dissertation Award is given for the best dissertation in presidency research completed and accepted during the previous two calendar years (January 1. Urbana-Champaign. University of Michigan. Stanford University. F. University of Georgia Emerging Scholar Award The Emerging Scholar Award honors a young researcher. Richard Nielsen. Award Committee: Michelle Belco. Gosnell Prize The Harold Gosnell Prize recognizes the best work of Political Methodology presented at a political science conference in the previous year. Chair. University of Virginia Title: “Delegation or Unilateral Action?” George C. Harvard University Title: “A New Method for Estimating Treatment Effects under `Truncation-by-Death’” Career Achievement Award The Career Achievement Award honors an outstanding career of intellectual accomplishment and service to the profession in the Political Methodology field. Edwards III Dissertation Award The George C. Stanford University Recipient: Keith T. Wendy K. D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Recipient: Janet Box-Steffensmeier.2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Founder’s Best Graduate Student Paper Award The Founders Award honoring Stephen Wayne will be given for the best paper on executive politics presented by a graduate student at either the preceding year’s APSA Annual Meeting or at any of the regional meetings. Lonna Atkeson. Duke University. Princeton University Title: “Topical N-Gram Citation Model. Award Committee: Matthew Beckmann. University of Houston. Concordia University. Thad Dunning. Clemson University Recipient: Kenneth Lowande. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Harvard University Recipients: Jirka Lewandowski. Award Committee: Josh Clinton. 23(1): 76-91 SECTION 10. University of Michigan Title: “Writing the Rules of the Game: The Strategic Logic of Agency Rulemaking” Excellence in Mentoring Award The Society for Political Methodology Excellence in Mentoring Award honors members of the Society for Political Methodology who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to mentoring and advising graduate and/or undergraduate students—particularly those from underrepresented groups. University of Georgia Recipient: Rachel Augustine Potter. Duke University. Anthony Madonna.” Recipient: Anton Strezhnev. Kosuke Imai. Alexander Tahk. who is making notable contributions to the field of Political Methodology. Berkeley Recipient: Rocio Titiunik. Graham Dodds. Colorado University. Jas Sekhon. Poole. Sunshine Hillygus. Daniel Hidalgo. Syracuse University. Irvine. Franzese. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Berkeley Recipient: Pablo Barberá. Award Committee: Neil Malhotra. George Washington University. Sven Regel. Joshua Kennedy. University of California. Lara Brown. University of Wisconsin Award Committee: Erin Hartman. Michael Alvarez. Simon Jackman. 2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS 47 . Ohio State University Warren Miller Prize Given for the best article in political analysis. University of Michigan. University of California. University of New Mexico. Stanford University. 2014 – December 31. Chair. Ann Arbor Harold F. Karen Jusko. Maya Sen. Arthur Spirling. Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung Title: manifestoR: Access and Process Data and Documents of the Manifesto Project Recipient: Yuki Shirito. and Pola Lehmann. Harvard University. Society for Political Methodology Poster Award Recognizes the best political methodology poster given at any political science conference in the preceding year. Los Angeles.

Robert Braithwaite. Timothy Krebs. Interests. Pennsylvania State University. 2015 Best Dissertation on Urban Policy The Best Dissertation Award is given annually for the best dissertation on urban politics accepted in the previous year. Urban and Local Politics Dennis Judd Best Book Award The Best Book Award recognizes the best book on urban politics published in the previous year. Title: "American Political Behavior and the Role of Religious Context. Kristin Good.” SECTION 11. Lindenwood University Recipient: Diane Wong. Los Angeles Title: Racial and Ethnic Politics in American Suburbs. Forster. and Ideas in the Making of Urban Governance in the United States and Canada. Chair. Award Committee: Jonathan Laurence. Matt Blackwell. Rutgers University. New York City. Michigan State University. Cornell University Title: “Disappearing Chinatowns: The Struggle Against Gentrification in San Francisco. Teppei Yamamoto. UC-Berkeley. Blake. Ted Jelen. Joshua Sapotichne. Cambridge University Press. Stanford University. Emory University. and Boston. Religion and Politics Aaron Wildavsky Dissertation Award Recognizes the best dissertation on religion and politics successfully defended within the last two years. Tel Aviv University. Award Committee: Michael Rich. Princeton University and Dustin Tingley. 1800-2000.” Best Paper Award The Best Paper Award recognizes the best paper dealing with religion and politics presented at the previous year’s APSA Annual Meeting. Chair. and public service. Award Committee: Mara Sidney. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Title: “Essays on Modeling and Causal Inference in Network Data. San Diego Best Paper Award The Best Paper Award is given for the best paper given at an Urban Politics Section panel at the previous year’s APSA Annual Meeting. Brandon Stewart. Chair. Duke University. the John T. Award Committee: Paru Shah. York University.” John T. Chair. Williams Award has been established for the best dissertation proposal in the area of political methodology. Williams Dissertation Prize In recognition of John T.” Norton Long Career Achievement Award The Norton Long Career Achievement Award is presented annually to a scholar who has made distinguished contributions to the study of urban politics over the course of a career through scholarly publication. University of North Carolina at Greensboro Recipient: Zachary Todd Taylor. University of California. Western University Title: “The Politics of Metropolitan Development: Institutions. Suzanna Linn. Award Committee: Hanna Lerner. Boston College. George Washington University. University of New Mexico Recipient: Steve Erie. Chair.” Honorable Mention: Alicia D. Hal Wolman. Princeton University Recipients: Marc Ratkovic.” University of Toronto Byran Jackson Dissertation Research on Minority Politics Award The Byran Jackson Award recognizes the outstanding scholarship by a graduate student in the area of race and urban politics. Dalhousie University. University of Toronto Recipient: Sultan Tepe. University of Nevada. Chicago. Harvard University Title: “Sparse Estimation with Uncertainty: Subgroup Analysis in Large Dimensional Designs. Juliet Gainsborough. Columbia University. Michigan State University Recipient: Shoaib A. Title: “Defining Shari’a: The Politics of Islamic Judicial Review. Stony Brook University. Ghias. University of California. Award Committee: Justin Grimmer. Columbia University. Title: “The Elusive Structure of State Secularism and its Disguised Critics. Megan Mullin. University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. Williams’s contribution to graduate training. Bentley College Recipient: Lorrie Frasure-Yokely. University of Illinois.2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Award Committee: Michael Peress. University of Florida. Amelie Barras. Title: “Ritual Contention in Divided Societies: Participation in Loyalist Parades in Northern Ireland." Honorable Mention: Jonathan S. Harvard University. Chair. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Recipient: Dean Knox. Marquita Bowers-Brown. Award Committee: Jeff Henig. the mentoring of students. Ruth Marshall.” 48 2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS SECTION 13. Allison Bramwell. .

University of California. Best Paper Award The Best Paper Award is given for the best paper published in a relevant journal in the last two years. Cambridge University. University of Maryland. University of Michigan. Santa Barbara Title: “Fiddling While the World Burns: The Double Representation of Carbon Polluters in Comparative Climate Policymaking. Carleton University Title: Constructing Private Governance: The Rise and Evolution of Forest. Stephen Ansolabehere. and environmental politics. technology and environmental politics. Gerber. Relevant journals include political science. Louis Recipients: Danielle Resnick. within ten years of their PhD degree. Award Committee: Ronald Mitchell. Irvine. Washington. Caldwell Award The Lynton Keith Caldwell Prize is given for the best book on environmental politics and policy published in the past three years. Kathleen Sullivan. Lynton K. 2015 Don K. Cambridge University Press Emerging Young Scholar Award The Emerging Young Scholar Award is given in recognition of a researcher. Bentley Allan. Walsh Dissertation Award in honor of a young scholar who tragically passed away. Award Committee: Dorothy Daley. David Konisky. Indiana University Award Committee: Neil Carter. Price Award The Don K. University of Waterloo. technology. State University of New York at New Paltz. 1880-1920. Green. Daniel Deudney. University of Cincinnati Recipient: Graeme Auld. University of Oregon. University of Michigan Title: “Motivational Crowding in Sustainable Development Interventions. Indian School of Business. Johns Hopkins University Virginia M. public policy. Johns Hopkins University 2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS 49 . Award Committee: Thomas Birkland. Helen Ingram. interdisciplinary environmental science. and Fisheries Certification. University of Missouri. College Park Title: Networks in Contention: The Divisive Politics of Climate Change. and environmental politics published in the last year. Eric Smith. University at Albany. technology.2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Award Committee: Woody Sanders. State University of New York. University of York. University of Toronto. Coffee.” Recipient: Graeme Auld. Technology & Environmental Politics Elinor Ostrom Career Achievement Award The Career Achievement Award is given to an individual in recognition of their lifetime contribution to the study of science. who is making notable contributions to the field of science. Ohio State University Recipient: Jennifer Hadden. University of California. Kathy Hochstedler. David Shafie. Carleton University Recipient: Matto Mildenberger. Walsh Dissertation Award The Virginia M. The award is to be given to up to two post-PhD scholars who are in their career (pre-tenure. Award Committee: Tabitha Benney. Elizabeth Pérez-Chiqués. Harvard University. Heather Hodges. Santa Barbara Recipient: Margaret Keck. New York University. Ohio University. Scott Minkoff. St. Johns Hopkins University Recipient: Jennifer Hadden. University of Wisconsin at River Falls. Yale University Press. Price Award recognizes the best book on science. 2014 Clarence Stone Scholar Award The Clarence Stone Scholar Award recognizes up to two young scholars who are making a significant contribution to the study of urban politics. Neil Kraus. Award Committee: Jessica F. University of Utah. Graeme Auld. International Food Policy Research Institute. Award Committee: Todd Swanstrom. University at Albany. Vladimir Kogan. Ashwini Chhatre. University of Kansas. Science. Chair. Stefan Renckens. technology. or recently advanced within the last 3 years). Arcadia University SECTION 15. Elisabeth R.” Yale University. Matthew Arbuckle. North Carolina State University. State University of New York Title: “Trash: A Political History. DC and Amy Widestrom. and environmental politics. and science and technology studies journals.” American Political Science Review 109 (3): 470-487. University of California. is given for the best dissertation in the field of science. University of Texas at San Antonio. public administration. Chapman University. Carleton University Recipients: Arun Agrawal. Reed College. University of Maryland Title: Networks in Contention: The Divisive Politics of Climate Change. 2015 Recipients: Patricia Strach.

Karen Celis. University of California.” Yale University. Cambridge University Press . University of Toronto Recipient: Patrick Wolfe. 2015 First Book Award The First Book Award is given for a first book by a scholar in the early stages of his or her career in the area of political theory or political philosophy. past university affiliations include: University of Melbourne. Award Committee: Deserai A Crow. commemorates the scholarly. Willamette University Recipient: Neil Roberts. technology. Anne Norton. and environmental politics presented at the previous year’s APSA Annual Meeting. Award Committee: Alice Kang. Foundations of Political Theory. University of Chicago Press Recipient: Shalini Satkunanandan. Matto Mildenberger. University of Pennsylvania (assistant professor) Title: “The Logic of Women’s Enfranchisement: A Comparative Study of the United States. Elizabeth A. Chair. France. Gustavus Adolphus College. Women and Politics Research Best Dissertation Award Given for the best dissertation on women and politics completed and accepted in the previous year. and the Women’s Caucus for Political Science. Illinois State University Title: “Religious Agency and the Limits of Intersectionality. and the United Kingdom. Post and Paromita Sen.” APSA Annual Meeting. University of Tübingen Title: “Engendering Democracy in Turkey: Participation and Inclusion of Women’s Civil Society Organizations under AKP Rule. University of Minnesota. University of California. Victoria University and La Trobe University Title: Traces of History:  Elementary Structures of Race. Andrew J. Award Committee: Wendy Brown. University of Kentucky Recipients: Sarah Bush. and professional contributions of Susan Moller Okin and Iris Marion Young to the development of the field of feminist political theory. Anderson. Albright. Sabatier Best Conference Paper Award is given for the best paper on science. Santa Barbara Title: “Salience of Wildfire Risks and the Management of Public Lands. Volume 30. Santa Barbara.” Hypatia.2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Sabatier Best Conference Paper Award The Paul A. Issue 4. University of California. Heather Hodges. Santa Barbara Recipients: Sarah E. Santa Barbara. 2015 Honorable Mention: Hürcan Asli Aksoy. Rosanne Kennedy. Williams College Title: Freedom as Marronage. University of Virginia Title: ”A Woman in a Man’s World: A Gendered Understanding of Crisis Bargaining” 50 2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Okin-Young Award The Okin-Young Award in Feminist Political Theory. Fall 2015 SECTION 17. Yale University (PhD). Pomona College. Jill Locke. David Gutterman. University of California. University of Pennsylvania. Rutgers University. mentoring. Award Committee: Shatema Threadcraft. Duke University. New York University. Award Committee: Meg Rincker. Reed College. Foundations of Political Theory David Easton Award The David Easton Award is given for a book that broadens the horizons of contemporary political science by engaging issues of philosophical significance in political life through any of a variety of approaches in the social sciences and humanities.” University of Tübingen. pages 657–674. 2015 Best Paper Award Given for the best paper presented at the previous year’s annual meeting in the field of women and politics. Award Committee: John Seery. CUNY-John Jay College Recipient: Dawn Teele. University of California. University of Nebraska-Lincoln. cosponsored by Women and Politics. Plantinga. San Diego Title: “How Gender Stereotypes Can Increase Engagement with Female Officeholders: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Tunisia” Honorable Mentions: Abigail S. Tiffany Barnes. Samantha Majic. Joe Carens. This annual award recognizes the best paper on feminist political theory published in an English language academic journal during the previous calendar year. Purdue University Northwest. 2015 SECTION 16. University of California. Temple University and Lauren Prather. Joan Tronto. Verso. University of California. Davis Title: Extraordinary Responsibility: Politics Beyond the Moral Calculus. University of Colorado Boulder. Matthew Wibbenmeyer. Berkeley. Vrije Universiteit Brussel Recipient: Jakeet Singh.

Rice University Recipient: Eitan Hersch. Zoltán Fazekas. J. Waltz Dissertation Award is awarded to a successfully defended doctoral dissertation on any aspect of security studies. and (4) power of expression. Stuttgart Recipient: Pablo Barberá. Jeff Gulati. and Civil Conflict. David Edelstein. Yale University. Ken Rogerson. Kevin Wallsten.D. Chair.) to any topic in the field of security studies. Alan Steinberg. policy analysis. Stacie Goddard. Long Beach. Haverford College. which has been submitted in final. University of California. Sebastian Adrian Popa. Yale University Title: Hacking the Electorate: How Campaigns Perceive Voters. Stanford University Title: “The Politics of Military Operations” SECTION 20. Award Committee: Karuna Mantena. International Security and Arms Control Kenneth N.” Honorable Mention: Carrie Lee. Information Technology and Politics Best Dissertation Award The Best Dissertation Award recognizes the best dissertation in the area of Information Technology and Politics. Duke University Recipient: David Benson. 23(1). Award Committee: Catie Bailard. Award Committee: Michael Jensen. University of Pennsylvania. Pablo Barberá. Southern Methodist University Title: “The Internet Effect: How Authoritarian Governments use Internet Communication Technologies to Maintain Control of States. Cambridge University Press. Deakin University. University of Rhode Island. George Washington University. California State University. University of Manchester. The contest is limited to books published in the previous calendar year. Manuscripts are judged according to (1) originality in substance and approach. Chair.” Political Analysis.” Best Book Award The Best Book Award recognizes the best book in the area of Information Technology and Politics. The committee welcomes nominations for dissertations employing any approach (historical. University of New Mexico. Wellesley College Recipient: Daniel Krcmaric. New York University Title: “Birds of the Same Feather Tweet Together: Bayesian Ideal Point Estimation Using Twitter Data. Lauren Copeland. Waltz Dissertation Award Kenneth N. Chair. Bentley University. library copy in the previous calendar year. New York University. Baldwin Wallace University. Santa Barbara. Universität Stuttgart. Chair.” SECTION 19. Rutgers University Award Committee: Jessica Feezell. Kenneth Boutin. (3) rigor in approach and analysis. Award Committee: Susan Woodward. Comparative Politics Sage Best Paper Award The Sage Best Paper Award is given to the best paper in the field of comparative politics presented at the previous year’s APSA Annual Meeting. University of Canberra. Mannheim Centre for European Social Research Title: “A Bad Workman Blames his Tweets. Award Committee: Rachel Gibson. Best Conference Paper Award The Best Conference Paper Award recognizes the best conference paper in the area of Information Technology and Politics. National Sun Yat-sen University. Georgetown University. Craig Borowiak. Award Committee: Michael Horowitz.Taiwan. (2) significance for scholarly or policy debate. Kaohsiung. University of Wisconsin. Mannheim Centre for European Social Research. theoretical. The contest is limited to articles published in the previous calendar year. quantitative. Chair. 76-91. City University of New York. Vázquez-Arroyo. Chair. Rebecca Weitz2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS 51 . Brian Krueger. Laurie Freeman. Cecilia Manrique. La Crosse Recipient: Josh Simon. Recipients: Yannis Theocharis. Gerhard Fuchs. 2015 Best Information Technology & Politics Article Award The Best Published Article Award recognizes the best scholarly article published about Information Technology and Politics. etc. Mass Atrocities. Antonio Y. Dachi Liao. Columbia University Title: “Jose Marti’s Immanent Critique of American Imperialism” SECTION 18. University of Southern Denmark. Graduate School. Duke University Title: “The Justice Dilemma: International Criminal Accountability.2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Best Paper Award The Best Paper Award is given for the best paper presented on a foundations panel at the previous year’s APSA Annual Meeting.

Mareike Kleine. University of Notre Dame. Bingham Powell and was initiated by his students. presented at the previous year’s APSA Annual Meeting. Case Western Reserve University. Jeffrey Staton. University of East Anglia. Award Committee: Dan Slater. Arizona State University. University of Gothenburg. Louis Recipients: Michael Coppedge. Frida Andersson. . University 52 2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS of Michigan. Jan Teorell. University of Wisconsin– Madison. 2014 Greg Luebbert Best Article Award The Luebbert Article Award is given for the best article in the field of comparative politics published in the previous two years. Joe Wright. Award Committee: Carsten Jensen. Josefine Pernes.net/en/data Powell Graduate Mentoring Award This prize. 48 (8). Lund University. Pennsylvania State University. Mona Leena Krook. National Cheng Kung University. Award Committee: Evelyne Huber. University of Konstanz. Staffan I. John Gerring. Yi-ting Wang. Brigitte Zimmerman. European Politics and Society Best Article Award This award is given for the best article dealing with European Politics & Society published in the last year. Award Committee: Vivien Schmidt. Lucy Barnes. University of Gothenburg. Jane Gingrich. University of Kent. Oxford University. University of California. Tricia D. University of North Carolina. Michael Bernard. Marius Busemeyer. University of Texas at Austin. Moscow and Daniel Triesman. Hertie School. Los Angeles Title: “Misperceiving Inequality. University of Denver Title: “Does Reform Prevent Rebellion? Evidence from Russia’s Emancipation of the Serfs. University of Notre Dame Recipient: Perna Singh. Lindberg. North Dakota State University. Award Committee: Lenka Bustikova. Chair. Allen Hicken. University of Chicago Title: Autocracy and Redistribution: The Politics of Land Reform. George Washington University. St. David Altman. https://v-dem. Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile. Brown University.” World Politics. Berlin. Chair. introduced in 2012. Carl Henrik Knutsen. Daniel Pemstein. Vol. Berkeley. Boston University. Santa Barbara Recipients: Vladimir Gimpelson. Oslo University.” Leubbert Best Book Award The Luebbert Book Award is given for the best book in the field of comparative politics published in the previous two years.” Comparative Political Studies. Guillermo Trejo. June 2015 Lijphart/Przeworski/Verba Data Set Award The Data Set Award recognizes a publicly available data set that has made an important contribution to the field of comparative politics. Natalia Stepanova. University of Florida. Rutgers University Recipient: Suzanne Berger. London School of Economics Title: Property and Political Order in Africa: Land Rights and the Structure of Politics. The prize was named in honor of G. University of Chicago. 2015. Aarhus University. Svend-Erik Skaaning.2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Shapiro. Anke Hassel. Cambridge University Press. University of Gothenburg. Pamela Paxton. Farhad Miri. University of Gothenburg. Harvard University. Olsen. Washington University. Eltan Tzelgov. University of North Carolina. Scott Gehlbach. University of Gothenburg. Adam Glynn. Chair. Oxford University Recipient: Michael Albertus. Brown University Title: “Subnationalism and Social Development in India: A Comparative Analysis of Indian States. Kelly McMann. Melanie Cammett. Marquardt. Higher School of Economics. University of Gothenburg. David Rueda. University of California. Dawn Brancati. London School of Economics Recipients: Evgeny Finkel. Steven Fish. 984 – 1019 Best Book Award The Best Book Award is given for the best book on European Politics and Society published in the previous year. Kyle L. Aarhus University. Boston University. Chair. University of Gothenburg Title: Varieties of Democracy (V-Dem) Data Set. Massachusetts Institute of Technology SECTION 21. Valeriya Mechkova. Amit Ahuja. University of California. Emory University. Cambridge University Press 2015 Recipient: Catherine Boone. Emory University. will be awarded on a biannual basis to a political scientist who throughout his or her career has demonstrated a particularly outstanding commitment to the mentoring of graduate students in comparative politics.

one of the foremost scholars of European politics. Chair. Tracy L. Jeffrey Yates. Award Committee: Matthias Matthijs. University of Reading Title: “Risks. Chris Reenock. Michigan State University Christopher A. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Recipients: Stanislav Markus. Costs and Labour Markets: Explaining CrossNational Patterns of Far Right Party Success in European Parliament Elections. Named in memory of Professor Peter Mair. Mooney Dissertation Award This award is given for the best dissertation in American state politics and policy completed during the previous calendar year. Award Committee: Keith Hamm. France. Mitchell Orenstein. Bonneau. University of Iowa. University of Iowa. Award Committee: Jane Gingrich. Virginia Gray. Osborn. Cann.” SECTION 22. state politics or policy published during the previous calendar year in any peer-reviewed journal. 2015 Ernst B. Thus. University of Pennsylvania. Award Committee: Jennifer Wolak. Schilling. 665-677 Virginia Gray Best Book Award To be awarded annually to the best political science book published on the subject of U. books would be eligible to be considered for the award for three years. Susan Miller. Boehmke. Scott Abramson. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Recipient: Melinda Gann Hall. Lael Keiser. Award Committee: Michael Berkman. Haas Best Dissertation Award The Ernst B. Milada Vachudova. Emily U. Bob Erikson. Charles University. University of Michigan Title: Nations under God: How Churches Use Moral Authority to Influence Policy. European University Institute and Magda Giurcanu. and the United Kingdom” Yale University. state politics or policy in the preceding three calendar years. Columbia.” Best Article Award The award recognizes the best journal article on U. Louisiana State University. Anna Grzymala-Busse. Wesleyan University. Award Committee: Antonis Ellinas. Klaus Armingeon. Prague Best Paper Award The Best Paper Award is given for the best paper given on EPS-sponsored panels at the previous annual meetings.S. 68(4). University of Pittsburgh and Damon M. Chair. University of Missouri. Ann Arbor Title: “Devolution and Policy Experimentation under Federalism: Essays on Innovation and Emulation in the American States. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Pennsylvania State University. Chair. Sarah Wiliarty. Haas Best Dissertation Award is given for the best dissertation on European Politics and Society filed during the previous year. University of Cyprus. Johns Hopkins University. Chair. Oxford University. Florida State University Recipients: Frederick J. Chair. Award Committee: Tom Carsey. University of Colorado.2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Award Committee: Kathleen Thelen. Utah State University 2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS 53 .” Political Research Quarterly. 2015 Peter Mair Award The Peter Mair Memorial Award will fund the travel of two young scholars to attend the APSA meeting. Sara Goodman Wallace. Irvine Recipient: Anna Grzymala-Busse.S. University of California. University of Houston. University of Michigan. University of South Carolina Recipients: Christopher W. the award is meant explicitly to enable young scholars of European politics without adequate funding to present a paper in one of the panels organized by the EPS section. University of Tennessee Title: “Pivotal Politics and Initiative Use in the American States. James Garand. 2015. Marquette University Recipients: Björn Bremer. University of Bern. Princeton University Press. Columbia University. Chair. University of Pennsylvania Title: “The logic of women’s enfranchisement: A comparative study of the United States. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Duane Swank. University of Chicago and Volha Charnysh. Jennifer Hayes Clark. State Politics and Policy Career Achievement Award The Career Achievement Award is given every biennium to a political scientist who has made a significant lifetime contribution to the study of politics and public policies in the American states. Binghamton University Recipient: Chidambaram Parinandi (directed by Jenna Bednar and Charles Shipan). Rice University. Harvard University Title: “Big Business and the Politics of Wealth Defense: The Case of Ukrainian Oligarchs” Recipients: Daphne Halikiopoulou and Tim Vlandas. University of Michigan. University of Rochester Recipient: Dawn Langan Teele.

No. Cook Best Graduate Student Paper Award The Cook Award recognizes the best paper on Political Communication presented by a graduate student at the previous year’s APSA Annual Meeting. Temple University Title: “The Inadvertent Audience: How Online Peer Influence Mitigates Selective Exposure. University of Pennsylvania. Stony Brook University. University of Delaware. Berkeley Recipient: Prerna Singh. University of Connecticut Recipients: Yanna Krupnikov. Cornell University Title: “Citizen Engagement (and Disengagement) in Response to Social Ills. Rice University Recipient: Nick Anspach. Temple University. Paletz. Shannon McGregor. University of California. University of Virginia Press Recipients: Ray La Raja and Brian Schaffner. To be considered for the award. Adria Lawrence. Davis. Princeton University Press. Amherst Title: Campaign Finance and Political Polarization: When Purists Prevail. Tulia Faletti. Northwestern University. 2015 Mary Parker Follett Award for Best Article The Mary Parker Follett Prize recognizes the best article on politics and history published in the previous year. Award Committee: Tracy Osborn. one of the founders of Political Communication who gave exemplary service to the ICA Political Communication Division and the APSA Political Communication Section. Siena College. Chair. 19441972. University of Michigan Press SPPQ Best Paper Award The State Politics and Policy Award is given for the best paper on state politics and policy presented at any professional meeting in the previous calendar year. the dissertation research must pertain to some aspect of political communication. Magdalena Wojcieszak. Brown University Title: “Subnationalism and Social Development: A Comparative Analysis of Indian States. Shelley J. Adam Seth Levine. University of Pennsylvania. Chair. Alan Steinberg. Daniel Lewis. Award Committee: Gianpietro Mazzoleni. Illinois State University Recipient: Mona Vakilifathi. 54 2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS George Washington University. Political Communication Timothy E. University of Massachusetts. Hoffman.” World Politics. 67. David Greenstone Book Prize recognizes the best book in history and politics in the past two calendar years. Vol. Southwestern University Title: “Fighting Words and Fiery Tone: The Interaction of Political Incivility and Psychological Conflict Orientation” SECTION 24. K. Engstrom. David L. 3(2015). Stanford University Paul Lazarsfeld Best Paper Award The Paul Lazarsfeld Award recognizes the best paper on political communication presented at the previous year’s APSA Annual Meeting. Betty Hanson.” Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award One outstanding doctoral dissertation award in political communication may be given annually. Lindsay H. Award Committee: Erik J. David Greenstone Book Prize The J. MacEwan University. In his memory. Johanna Dunaway. Boulianne. and Institutions in State Supreme Court Elections. Texas A&M University. the ICA division presents the award every other year. Jason Wittenberg. Award Committee: Brian Harrison. Orfeo Floretos. San Diego Title: “Constraining Bureaucrats Today Knowing You’ll Be Gone Tomorrow: The Effect of Legislative Term Limits on Statutory Discretion. University of California. innovation. University of Iowa. University of Milan. University of Texas. Kerri Melitta. and personal dedication. editors.2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Title: Voters’ Verdicts: Citizens. Politics and History J.” David Swanson Career Achievement (jointly administered with the International Communication Association) The David Swanson Career Achievement Award recognizes distinguished and sustained contributions to the field as planners. Duke University. Campaigns. Award Committee: Georgia Kernell. University of Amsterdam Recipient: Shanto Iyengar. Award Committee: Daniel Carpenter. and leaders and in roles that require time and energy. Chair. pp. Wesleyan University Recipient: Emily Sydnor. University of Michigan Title: Paths Out of Dixie: The Democratization of Authoritarian Enclaves in America’s Deep South. Northwestern University. Erika Franklin Fowler. 506-562 . Harvard University. Steven Livingston. Yale University Recipient: Robert Mickey. University of California.” SECTION 23. Award Committee: Kathleen Hall Jamieson. The award honors David Swanson.

Fairfield University. named for William H. Joshua Yesnowitz. University of Toledo Recipient: Marie Gottschalk. Anna Grzymala-Busse. Texas Tech University. Award Committee: Miriam Golden. Laurence Davis. Stanford University Title: “The Achilles Heel of Plurality Systems: Geography and Representation in Multiparty Democracies. Political Economy Recipient: Rachel Augustine Potter. King’s College London Title: The Social Order of the Underworld: How Prison Gangs Govern the American Penal System Oxford University Press. is given for the best book on political economy published during the past three calendar years. San Diego Title: Building Legislative Coalitions for Free Trade in Asia: Globalization as Legislation. University of Virginia Title: “Writing the Rules of the Game: The Strategic Logic of Agency Rule Making. 2015 Mancur Olson Best Dissertation Award The Best Dissertation Award.2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Walter Dean Burnham Dissertation Award The Walter Dean Burnham Award is given for the best dissertation in the field of politics and history. Steinberg. Chair. Award Committee: Heike Schotten. 2015 Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven Award The Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven Award recognizes an activist group.” Honorable Mention: Megumi Naoi. Jeff Broxmeyer. Johns Hopkins University Title: Demanding Devaluation: Exchange Rate Politics in the Developing World.” SECTION 25. New Political Science Michael Harrington Book Award The Michael Harrington Book Award is given for an outstanding book that demonstrates how scholarship can be used in the struggle for a better world. in the region of the annual 2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS 55 . Peace Research Institute Oslo Recipient: Charlotte Cavaillé.” American Journal of Political Science. Antoinette Handley. National University of Singapore Award Committee: Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro. Chair. named for Mancur Olson. Cornell University Press. Los Angeles. Oeindrila Dube. Riker Book Award The Best Book Award. 59/4 (October) 2015: 789-805 Recipient: Francisco Garfias. Christian Bay Best Paper Award The Christian Bay Award recognizes the best paper presented on a New Political Science panel at the previous year’s annual meeting. Fiona McGillivray Prize Best Paper Award The Fiona McGillivray Prize is given for the best paper in political economy presented at the previous year’s APSA Annual Meeting. Brown University. College Park and Jonathan Rodden. University of California. Jonathan M. London School of Economics. Award Committee: Victor Shih. Assema Sinha. New York University. Cheryl Schonhard-Bailey. University of Maryland. Obert. University of North Carolina. London School of Economics. Princeton University Press. University of Massachusetts. Chair. Carie Steele. Award Committee: Evelyne Huber. Charles Shipan. University College Cork. University of Toronto Recipients: Ernesto Calvo. University of Pennsylvania Title: Caught: The Prison State and the Lockdown of American Politics. Boston. Soo Yeon Kim. Fairfield University Title: “An Anatomy of Sexism: The Colonized Vagina. San Diego. University of Michigan Award Committee: Robert Kirsch. Amherst College Recipient: Sarah Johnson. 2014 Recipient: Jocelyn Boryczka. Stanford University Title: “Elite Competition and State Capacity Development: Theory and Evidence from Post-Revolutionary Mexico. Award Committee: Stephanie Rickard. University of Michigan. Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse Title: “Demand for redistribution in the age of inequality. SECTION 27. Lucrecia Iommi. Riker. Claremont McKenna College.” Michael Wallerstein Award The Michael Wallerstein Award is given for the best published article in political economy in the previous calendar year. Williams College Recipient: David Skarbek. Scott Gates. University of California. University of Chicago Title: “The Ages We Live By: Historical Periodization in Social and Political Thought” is given for the best dissertation in political economy completed in the previous two years. Arizona State University. University of California.” William H. Cambridge University Press 2015 Honorable Mention: David A.

Cambridge University Press. University of Utah Title: “Overcoming the History Problem: Group-Affirmation in International Relations. Steve Greene. Jennifer Lawrence. Chair. Santa Barbara. University of Bristol. Daniel Myers. this award will be awarded annually at the Teaching and Learning Conference. Brians Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research and Mentorship Established in 2014. Award Committee: David Redlawsk. Mitchell Brown. Lane Award for the best book in political psychology published in the past year. Lane Best Book Award The Robert E. Manoa. University of Arizona Stephen Eric Bronner Dissertation Award For an outstanding Political Science dissertation finished within the previous year of the APSA Meeting which exemplifies the commitment to use scholarship in the struggle for a better world. 2015 Best Paper Award The Best Paper Award is given to the most outstanding paper in political psychology delivered at the previous year’s Annual Meeting. Cengiz Erisen. John Ehrenberg. Award Committee: Terrell Carver. Frances Piven. University of Minnesota Recipients: Bethany Albertson. “to make the study of politics relevant to the struggle for a better world. Timothy Ryan. Auburn University. Stony Brook University Title: “What Motivates Reasoning? A Goal-Oriented Theory of Political Evaluation. D. Adelphi University. University of Illinois SECTION 29. Long Island University. American University. Award Committee: Casey Klofstad. 2015 SECTION 28. Virginia Tech. Flynn. Trinity College. Nancy Love. Honorary. Syracuse University Title: Anxious Politics: Democratic Citizenship in a Threatening World. Rutgers University. Antioch College Title: “Commercial Capital and the Political Economy of Agricultural Overproduction. teacher and activist. Virginia Tech. SUNY. Political Psychology Robert E. Beth Miller Vonnahme. TOBB University of Economics and Technology Recipients: Matthew Ward. Award Committee: Manfred Steger. Chair. Stephen Eric Bronner. Diane Lowenthal. for junior scholars (graduate students or those no more than seven years since receiving their PhD). CUNY-Graduate Center Recipients: Eric Groenendyk. Northwestern University. Honorary. Chair. Kaufman. Irvine Award Committee: Maggie Gray. Union College.” Distinguished Junior Scholars Award The APSA Political Psychology section will give up to five $400 grants. Michael Tesler. University of Texas at Austin and Shana Gadarian. successful career as a writer. Chair. Rutgers University and Jeffrey Fine. McCoy Career Achievement Award recognizes a progressive political scientist who has had a long. Cornell University Press.” into practice. Political Science Education Craig L. Appalachian State University Recipient: V. University at Albany. University of Memphis and Yanna Krupnikov. American University . Isaac Kamola. University of Miami. Jeffrey Sosland. University of Houston.2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS meeting that puts the ideals of the New Political Science Section. Andrew Scerri. Tarah Williams. meant for travel to the APSA. University of Hawaii. North Carolina State University Recipients: Elizabeth Matto. Clemson University Best APSA Conference Paper Award The Best Paper Presentation Award is given for the best presentation on undergraduate education at the past year’s APSA Annual Meeting. 56 2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Best Dissertation Award The Best Dissertation Award is given for the best dissertation in political psychology filed during the previous year. Timothy Luke. Award Committee: Bobbi Gentry. Brendan Nyhan.J. University of California. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Recipient: Eun Bin Chung. Monica Schneider. Award Committee: Zoe Oxley. Virginia Tech. 2015 Recipient: Stuart J. Miami University. McCoy Career Achievement Award The Charles A. Elizabeth Suhay. American University. Bridgewater College. University of Missouri – Kansas City. University of California.” Syracuse University. with recognition also given at the APSA annual PSE section reception. Award Committee: Victor Asal. Chair. University of Delaware Title: Nationalist Passions.” Recipient: Urban Tree Connection Charles A. Spike Peterson. Rutgers University Recipient: Dean Snyder. Award Committee: Kent Jennings. Dartmouth College.

Award Committee: Cameron Thies. Vanderbilt University and Jonathan Weiler. Converse Best Book Award The Philip E. Vanderbilt University.” Lifetime Achievement Award The Lifetime Achievement Award is given to a person whose lifetime contributions to political science have had a significant impact on undergraduate education. University of Michigan Title: “Save Our City: The Curious Absence of Aeschylus in Modern Political Thought. University of Central Florida SECTION 30. University of Florida Title: “Emerging Powers as Socializers: Examining Norm Diffusion and Knowledge Production in China’s Security Strategy. Davide Panagia.” Best Graduate Student Paper Award Panel chairs from any division are invited to nominate outstanding graduate student papers presented at the APSA Annual Meeting that are relevant to the study of foreign policy. Mark Peffley. Oklahoma State University and Brendon Wrestler. Award Committee: Bridget Coggins. Indiana University. Elizabeth Saunders. University of Regina. Alexandra Guisinger. University of Louisville. University of California. Chair. University of North Carolina. John Ryan. Carl Scott. Santa Barbara. Ted Brader. University of North Carolina Title: Authoritarianism and Polarization in American Politics. University at Albany. SUNY. Public Opinion. Award Committee: Sherri L. Public Opinion. Morningside College. Charlotte. William Bianco. Terry Gilmour.2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Recipients: Eric Michael French. James Scott. Ex-Officio: Renee Van Vechten. Los Angeles. Literature and Film Wilson Carey McWilliams Best Paper Award The Wilson Carey McWilliams Best Paper Award is given for the best paper presented at the previous year’s APSA Annual Meeting.Gallen. Wallace. Elections. University of California. Dennis Foster. Patrick McKinlay. Chair.” APSA Annual Meeting. Brendan Green. Switzerland. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Title: “What Do Nuclear Weapons Offer States? A Theory of State Foreign Policy Response to Nuclear Acquisition. and Voting Behavior Warren E. Chair. Midland College.” Recipient: Lina Benabdallah. Converse Book Award is given for an outstanding book in the field published at least five years before. University of Michigan. University of California. Cambridge University Press. University of Cincinnati Recipient: Mark Bell. Columbia University Recipient: John Aldrich. 2015 Award Committee: Cindy Kam. Arizona State University. Bridgewater College. Susan Allen. Colgate University Title: “Military Experience and Congressional Oversight of the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Texas Christian University Recipient: Robert Jervis. and Voting Behavior field. Amherst.” SECTION 32. Chair. University of California. Robert Van Houweling. Award Committee: Desha Girod. Joseph Roberts. Award Committee: Claudia Franziska Brühwiler. University of the Redlands Recipient: Kerstin Hamann. Politics. George Washington University Award Committee: Cherie Maestas. Temple University. Berkeley SECTION 31. Bobbi Gentry. Foreign Policy Philip E. University of Kentucky 2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS 57 . University of Massachusetts. Roger Williams University. Recipient: Arlene Saxonhouse. Duke University Award Committee: Tatishe Nteta. 2009 Best Paper Award The Best Paper on foreign policy presented at the previous years APSA Annual Meeting. Miller Prize The Warren E. Georgetown University. Miller Prize is awarded every two or three years for an outstanding career of intellectual accomplishment and service to the profession in the Elections. Emerging Scholar Award The Emerging Scholar Award is awarded to the top scholar in the field who is within 10 years of her or his PhD. Utah Valley University. Victor Asal. Canada Recipient: Danielle Lupton. Indiana State University Title: “How to Lose a Class in Ten Days: The Link between Pedagogy and Student Retention. Steve Nicholson. Distinguished Scholar Award Recognizes a history of distinguished scholarship in the field of foreign policy. Stony Brook University Recipients: Marc Hetherington. University of Mississippi. Ann Ward. University of St. Virginia Military Institute. Merced.

Tony Affigne. Award Committee: Natasha Altema McNeely. or to an edited volume. Tony Affigne. encourages interdisciplinary conversations between political scientists and historians. Adam Levine. Colorado State University. Nichole Bauer. Award Committee: Natasha Altema McNeely. Carbondale Title: Bringing Race Back In: Black Politicians. California State University Bakersfield. University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. University of Virginia Press Best Book Award for Inter-Race Relations in the United States The Best Book Award is given for the best book in the field of Race. Deracialization. Stanford University Best Paper Award The Best Paper Award is given for the best paper delivered at the previous year’s APSA Annual Meeting. and Voting Behavior in the Age of Obama.2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Recipients: Yanna Krupnikov. University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Queensland Title: International Order in Diversity: War. Award Committee: David Peterson. Cambridge University Press 58 2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Outstanding Article Award The Outstanding Article Award in International History and Politics recognizes exceptional peer-reviewed journal articles representing the mission of the International History and Politics Section of the American Political Science Association.S. University of Texas at Austin Recipient: Cecelia Mo. International History and Politics Best Book Award for Race Relations in the United States The Best Book Award is given for the best book in the field of Race. Southern Illinois University. Cambridge University Press. Ethnicity. Black.” Best Article in Political Behavior Award This award is for the best article published in Political Behavior in the previous calendar year. Species. and Politics. Iowa State University. Key). and Politics. Bakersfield. Iowa State University. Jessica Preece. Ethnicity. Jervis and Schroeder Best Book Award This award may be granted to a single-authored or multiauthored book. Stout. including innovative work that brings new light to events and processes in international politics. Tony Affigne. Stony Brook University and Neil Malhotra. Vanderbilt University Title: “The Consequences of Explicit and Implicit Gender Attitudes and Candidate Quality in the Calculation of Voters. Los Angeles Title: Racial and Ethnic Politics in American Suburbs. University of Alabama. and White Relations in the Twenty-First Century. Brigham Young University. University of California. Ivy Cargile. University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Trade and Rule in the Indian Ocean. Zeynep Somer-Topcu. Providence College Award Committee: Jonathan Kirshner. Tony Affigne.S. The copyright date of a book will establish the relevant year. Wake Forest University Title: Partners or Rivals?: Power and Latino.M. Award Committee: Anand Sokhey. Ethnicity and Politics Best Book Award for Race & U. Scott McClurg. Peterson. Stacie Goddard. University of Virginia Press SECTION 34. University of Minnesota Title: “Macrointerest: The Public as Attentive Gods of Vengeance but Lazy Gods of Reward (with Apologies to V. Griffith University. Erik Grynaviski. The award will be given to works published in the calendar year prior to the year of the APSA meeting at which the award is presented. University of Queensland and Jason Sharman. Ivy Cargile. Southern Illinois University. Ivy Cargile. University of Colorado. Providence College Recipient: Christopher T. Ivy Cargile. 2015 Award Committee: Natasha Altema McNeely. Chair. Cambridge University Press. Wellesley College. Kyle Saunders. Cornell University Recipients: David A.O. Recipient: Ronald Krebs. and Nature in a Multicultural Age. National Security. Race.” SECTION 33. Bakersfield. Chair. Cambridge University Press Recipients: Andrew Phillips. Ethnicity. University of California. University of Minnesota Title: Narrative and the Making of U. California State University Bakersfield. and Politics. Joanne Miller. 2015 Best Book Award for Race Theory & Racial Construction The Best Book Award is given for the best book in the field of Race. Providence College Recipient: Betina Cutaia Wilkinson. and Politics. George Washington University Recipient: Lorrie Frasure-Yokley. California State University. Chair. Irvine Title: Dangerous Crossings: Race. . Award Committee: Natasha Altema McNeely. Ethnicity. California State University. Cornell University. Electoral Politics The Best Book Award is given for the best book in the field of Race. Providence College Recipient: Claire Jean Kim. University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.

Hyon Joo Yoo. Nuffield College. Duke University Recipient: Anne Meng. Jeff Colgan. Award Committee: Kenneth F. University of Michigan. Johns Hopkins University. and Empire in the Indian Ocean. Mai Hassan. i. Allen Hicken. Comparative Democratization Juan Linz Best Dissertation Award Given for the best dissertation in the Comparative Study of Democracy completed and accepted in the two calendar years immediately prior to the APSA Annual Meeting. German Institute of Global and Area Studies Recipient: Bryn Rosenfeld. Award Committee: Jordan Gans-Morse. Democracy. University of Oregon 2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS 59 . Narratives. Berkeley Title: “Ruling Parties in Authoritarian Regimes: A Theory of Endogenous Institutional Change” SECTION 37. Award Committee: Macartan Humphreys. George Washington University.. University of Oxford. pages 927–942. Scholars who are currently writing their dissertations or who completed their dissertations in 2015 are eligible. University of California. Nuffield College. Papers must be nominated by panel chairs or discussants. Brown University Recipients: Andrew Phillips. Yale University Title: “Bureaucrats versus Politicians: A Field Experiment on Political Oversight and Local Public Service Provision“ Recipient: Kathleen Klaus. Award Committee: Kurt Weyland. University of California. The Outstanding Article Award is given to a published article that appeared in print in the calendar year preceding the APSA meeting at which the award is presented. 436-448 Honorable Mention: Michael Beckley. Greene. The year of final journal publication. co-authored or edited). (2015). and Political Violence in Kenya” Best Paper Award Given to the best paper on Comparative Democratization presented at the previous year’s APSA Convention. Sebastian Mazzuca. 7-48 SECTION 35. University of Queensland and Jason Sharman. Rachel Beatty Riedl. as detailed by print citation. Craig Parsons. and Leader Turnover.” International Security. Michael Broache. University of WisconsinMadison Title: “Claiming Land: Institutions. Cambridge University Press. University of Oxford Title: “Varieties of Middle Class Growth and Democratic Preference Formation” Best Book Award Given for the best book in the field of Comparative Democratization published in 2015 (authored. and substantive work that is an exemplar for the application of qualitative methods. Grinnell College. San Diego Recipient: Daniel Treisman. Griffith University. studies that introduce specific methodological innovations or that synthesize and integrate methodological ideas in a way that is in itself a methodological contribution. Northwestern University. Award Committee: Barry Driscoll. University of California. Award Committee: Henry Nau. It may be granted to an article that is single. Company. Singapore Management University Recipient: Pia Raffler. Colm Fox. 39.or co-authored. Defense Pacts.S. Edmund Malesky. October 2015 Best Field Work Award This prize rewards dissertation students who conduct especially innovative and difficult fieldwork. Queensland Title: “Explaining Durable Diversity in International Systems: State. 59. Berkeley. University of Missouri. Award Committee: Henry Thomson. Sheena Chestnut Greitens. The award is intended to encompass two types of contributions: new research on methodology per se. Sciences Po Bordeaux Recipient: Kenneth Roberts. Katerina Linos. Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Giovanni Sartori Book Award The Giovanni Sartori Book Award honors Giovanni Sartori’s work on qualitative methods and concept formation.” American Journal of Political Science Volume 59. Issue 4. University of California.e. Chair. Columbia University. Simeon Nichter. 4 (Spring 2015). establishes eligibility. University of Michigan. Trinity University. Christian von Soest. University of Texas at Austin. Cornell University Title: Changing Course in Latin America: Party Systems in the Neoliberal Era. Los Angeles Title: “Income. University of Texas at Austin.2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS and advances historiographical methods. 2015 Best Article Award Single-authored or co-authored articles focusing directly on the subject of democratization and published in 2015 are eligible. and especially his contribution to helping scholars think about problems of context as they refine concepts and apply them to new spatial and temporal settings. Tufts University Title: “The Myth of Entangling Alliances: Reassessing the Security Risks of U. University of Tampa.” International Studies Quarterly.

Indiana University SECTION 38. including his work linking that method to a systematic concern with research design. 2015) Kenneth Sherrill Best Dissertation Award The Best Dissertation Award recognizes the best dissertation on sexuality and politics completed and successfully defended in the previous two calendar years. Award Committee: Helma de Vries-Jordan. and institution-buildingas a founder of the qualitative and multi-method research movement in contemporary political science. Lisa Wedeen. Krebs. or Reconstructing Sexual Autonomy. Jonathan Mercer. Award Committee: Shanna Rose. University of Toronto Title: “Japanese Female and ‘Trans’ Athletes: Negotiating Subjectivity and Media Constructions of Gender. Sarah Parkinson. This award will be given to a paper presented at the previous Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. 2015 Recipient: Carly Thomsen. The award will be given to an article or book chapter published in the calendar year prior to the year of the APSA meeting at which the award is presented. Free University of Berlin Title: “Putting path dependence in its place: toward a Taxonomy of institutional change. George Article Award honors Alexander George’s contributions to the comparative case-study method.City College Title: “Comparison and Ethnography: What Each Can Learn from the Other. Chair. Webster University. University of Omaha. Northern Arizona University. 30.” Columbia Journal of Gender Equality (vol. Drew Walker. University of Minnesota.Org Title: “Disabling Consent. University of California. no. Simmons. 2015 innovative application of qualitative and multi-method approaches in substantive research. Award Committee: Rasmus Brun Pedersen. University of Michigan Title: Nations under God: How Churches Use Moral Authority to Influence Policy. University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. with the date of publication being established by the journal issue for articles and the copyright date of the book for chapters. AccessMatters.” David Collier Mid-Career Achievement Award The Award honors David Collier’s contributions through his research. John Gerring. Award Committee: Tiffany Willoughby-Herard. Bogdan Popa. Columbia University . Brown University Recipients: Joseph J. and Nation. who founded and sustained Sage Publications as a leading publisher of social science methodology -. Fischel. Claremont McKenna College. Princeton University Press. California State University at East Bay. James Mahoney. University of Saskatchewan Recipients: Erica S. Cambridge University Press. Yale University and Hilary R. Honorable Mention: Anna Grzymała-Busse.including very centrally qualitative methods. Jeremiah Garretson. 2014 SECTION 39. who through his presence and gentle questioning at virtually every health politics panel graciously nurtured the scholarship of both junior and senior scholars. Sexuality. Santa Barbara Title: “Unbecoming: Visibility Politics and Queer Rurality. Boston University. Daniel Beland. University of Wisconsin– Madison and Nicholas Rush Smith.” University of California. Oberlin College Recipient: Satoko Itani. Aarhus University. and/or institutional contributions to this area of methodology. Ramazan Kilinc. Award Committee: Carolyn Warner. Health Politics and Policy Leonard S. Robins Best Paper Award The Len Robins Best Paper on Health Politics and Policy Award. 2015 Award Committee: Peter Hall. Northwestern University Alexander L.” Journal of Theoretical Politics 27(2) (April 2015): 301-323 Sage Paper Award The Sage Paper Award honors Sara and George McCune. honors the late Len Robins. University of Bamberg and Lora Anne Viola. 60 2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Recipient: Lauren Mathews Morris MacLean. Sexuality and Politics Cynthia Weber Best Conference Paper Award The Best Conference Paper Award recognizes the best paper exploring sexuality and politics presented at the previous year’s APSA Annual Meeting. George Article Award The Alexander L. Miriam Laugeson. Santa Barbara.” University of Toronto. and his contribution of developing the idea and the practice of process tracing. University of Washington Recipients: Thomas Rixen. Julie Moreau. graduate teaching. University of Minnesota Title: Narrative and the Making of US National Security. City University of New York . The award will be presented annually to a mid-career political scientist to recognize distinction in methodological publications. O’Connell. University of California. Harvard University. Irvine.2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Recipient: Ronald R. James Brasfield. This award may be granted to a journal article or to a chapter in an edited volume that stands on its own as an article. 2. Chair. Arizona State University. University of Chicago.

Experimental Research Political Ties Award This award is given on a biennial basis to the best article published on political networks. Sarah Parkinson. Lewis. Purdue University.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (Vol. Larson. Cornell University Title: “The Contingency of Policy Feedback Effects: How Policy Features Interact with Political Conditions and Motivations to Shape Public Opinion. University of Montreal. Dartmouth College. Vladeck. Georgetown University. Philip Leifeld. Award Committee: Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon. Naval Academy Title: “Ethnic Networks. University of Minnesota and Suzanne Mettler. U. Stanford University and Daniel Butler. Chair. Menninga. 2016 Best Book Award The best book award is given on a biennial basis to the best book published on political networks. Anthony Sayers. Brigham 2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS 61 . University of Arizona. University of Minnesota Recipient: Jennifer Hadden. Recipients: David Broockman. Elizabeth J. Cambridge University Press. Washington University in St. Jeff Conroy-Krutz. Jungmoo Woo. Schwartz Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes scholarship and leadership in bringing the study of Canadian Politics to the international political science community. Claremont McKenna College Recipient: Bruce C. Nexera. University of Pennsylvania. 38). Gwen Arnold. Amherst Title: “Sharing Constituencies: Polarization and Representation in the Extended Party Network. Mucha. Karpowitz. Rutgers University– Newark. Best Paper Award The Best Paper Award recognizes a paper that was scheduled to be presented at APSA and features experimental research. College Park Title: Networks in Contention: The Divisive Politics of Climate Change. Louis Award Committee: Josh Kertzer. SUNY at Purchase. Karen Baird. University of Massachusetts. Award Committee: Frank J. New York University. University of Maryland. University of California. Memorial University of Newfoundland. Mildred Schwartz. No. Boston University. Sparer. University of Minnesota.S. Bert Rockman.” Outstanding Public Engagement in Health Policy Awarded to an individual who has been working to improve health and the health care system by actively engaging in politics and policy making. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Title: “Kantian fractionalization predicts the conflict propensity of the international system.” APSA Annual Meeting. Thompson. Inc. Political Networks political science conference in the previous year. Award Committee: Scott Matthews. Ohio State University. Kent Weaver. Queen’s University SECTION 41. Davis. Award Committee: Christopher F. Chicago Recipient: Keith Banting. Ohio State Recipients: Jennifer M. Washington University Title: “The Causal Effects of Elite Position-Taking on Voter Attitudes: Field Experiments with Elite Communication. 2015 John Sprague Award This award is given annually to the best paper on political networks presented by a graduate student delivered at a political science conference in the previous year. 112. Jacobs. Sean Westwood. University of Kentucky Recipient: Mia Costa. University of Pennsylvania Recipients: Skyler J. Dartmouth University. Skylar Cranmer.2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Recipients: Lawrence R. Guy Grossman. Award Committee: Samara Klar. There is a fund that supports this award and the award includes a cash award that comes from the fund. Harvard University. University of Iowa.” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting. Denis Saint Martin. 2015 SECTION 42. Michael S. Award Committee: Justin Gross. Canadian Politics Mildred Schwartz Lifetime Achievement The Mildred A. Shanna Rose. Columbia University. Cranmer. David Jones. University of Illinois. Chair. Peter J. SECTION 40. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Sarah Gollust. Jacob Montgomery. Award Committee: Pablo Barberá. University of Calgary. New York University and Janet I. Michigan State University. Brendan Nyhan.” Best Conference Paper Award This award is given annually to the best paper on political networks presented by a faculty person delivered at a Best Book Award The Best Book Award recognizes the best book published in 2015 that either uses or is about experimental research methods in the study of politics. University of Glasgow.

Helen Marrow.2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Young University. Princeton University Title: “The Rich are Different from You and Me: How Wealthy Student Bodies Foster Economically Conservative Students” . 2015 Best Book Award Best Book Award for the best book on migration and/or citizenship published in the previous year. Chair. Cornell University. the facilitation of randomized experiments in political science by those outside the academy. the State. Consolidating Power: Emigration & Authoritarianism in Modern Egypt. Elizabeth Cohen. and Adam Thal. Cornell University Title: American Insecurity: Why Our Economic Fears Lead to Political Inaction. Lousiana State University Recipient: Eun Bin Chung.” Best Article Award Award for best article on migration and/or citizenship accepted in the previous calendar year. Disability. Princeton University Recipient: Eleanor Neff Powell. This award recognizes a special form of public service. Menlo College. University of London Title: “Trading People. Leadership Lab of the Los Angeles LGBT Center SECTION 43. Award Committee: Jonathan M. Chair. Award Committee: Melissa R. Johns Hopkins University Title: “Bargaining Citizenship: Women’s Organizations. Georgetown University.” Public Service Award Many experiments only occur thanks to the assistance of non-researchers who provide access to resources and data. and Marriage Migrants in South Korea. San Diego. 48. University of London Recipients: Antje Ellermann. Kathleen Searles. Maria Koinova. Chair. Cambridge University Press. Michelson. H. University of Massachusetts. Ladd. Ohio State University Title: “Overcoming the History Problem: Group-Affirmation in International Relations. Daniel Butler. Lund University Title: “Race. Princeton University Press. Class and Inequality Best Paper Award Awarded to the best paper presented on the topic of economic or social class inequality at the American Political Science Association’s Annual Meeting. Award Committee: James Hollifield. Gender. and the Ethics of Immigrant Selection. 2015 SECTION 45. 2015 Best Dissertation Award The Best Dissertation Award recognizes the best dissertation completed in calendar year 2015 that utilizes experimental methods on substantive questions about politics or makes a fundamental contribution to experimental methods. Fiona Adamson.” Comparative Political Studies. University of California. Tufts University Recipient: Gerasimos Tsourapas. Chair. University of British Columbia and Agustin Goenaga Orrego. Richard Friman. Samara Klar. Washington University Recipient: Adam Seth Levine. Martin Gilens. Yale University. University of Wisconsin Title: “Legislative Consequences of Fundraising Influence” Recipients: Tali Mendelberg.” Recipient: Daisy Kim. Yanna Krupnikov. University of Maryland. Katherine McCabe. Southern Methodist University. Award Committee: Jacqueline Stevens.” Best Dissertation Award Award for best dissertation on migration and/or citizenship accepted in the previous calendar year. University of Illinois. Rutgers University. Taeku Lee. Irvine Title: “Conceptualizing and Measuring Citizenship and Integration Policy: Past Lessons and New Approaches. University of Warwick. SUNY. 62 2016 APSA ORGANIZED SECTION AWARDS Award Committee: David FitzGerald. Marquette University Recipient: Leila Kawar. Urbana-Champaign Recipient: Sara Goodman. University of Pittsburgh Recipient: Dave Fleischer. University of California. Cara Wong. Northwestern University. Award Committee: Jacob Hacker. Berkeley. Amherst Title: Contesting Immigration Policy in Court: Legal Activism and Its Radiating Effects in the United States and France. University of Arizona. Mara Sidney. University of Albany. Antoine Banks. Peter Enns. Migration and Citizenship Best Paper Award Award for best paper on migration and/or citizenship presented at the previous APSA Annual Meeting (either as part of a panel or poster session). Kristin Kanthak. Class. University of California. Syracuse University. Award Committee: Julie Novkov. Stony Brook University.

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7 Room: 67.10 Room: RELATED GROUP MEETING Loews. Commonwealth A1 THE CHURCHILL CENTRE ANNUAL BLACK TIE ACADEMIC DINNER.8 Room: 67.3 Wed 9:00 am Room: 8. 103-A 91.9 Wed 9:00 am Sat 12:00 pm Room: 50. Commonwealth A2 THE AFRICAN POLITICS CONFERENCE GROUP BUSINESS MEETING Loews. 204-B SITING AND ENGAGEMENT COMMITTEE BUSINESS MEETING Offsite.11 Room: 6. DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even STATE POLITICS AND POLICY SECTION RECEPTION Loews. Commonwealth A2 TEACHING AND LEARNING COMMITTEE BUSINESS MEETING Marriott. Room 308 SIMULATIONS AND GAMES FOR INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS PCC. Offsite TBD SOUTHEAST ASIAN POLITICS OPEN MEETING Marriott.7 Room: 101. Room 412 SWPSA EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETING PCC.25 Room: 37.1 Fri 7:30 pm THEME. Room 310 SET-THEORETIC MULTIMETHOD RESEARCH: COMBINING QCA AND PROCESS TRACING (QMMR6) PCC.26 Room: 2. Congress A Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Room: 208 STATE POLITICS AND POLICY SECTION BUSINESS MEETING Loews. Commonwealth A2 RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT GROUP: EMERGING RESEARCH FROM MENA WORKSHOPS ALUMNI PCC.21 Room: RELIGION AND POLITICS SECTION RECEPTION PCC.8 Room: 87. TEACHING.16 Fri 6:30 pm Room: 33.13 Room: Thu 6:30 pm 80. Commonwealth D 70.3 THE 114TH CONGRESS: OBSERVATIONS FROM THE 2015-16 APSA CONGRESSIONAL FELLOWS Loews.S.13 Room: 3.23 Room: TEXAS RECEPTION PCC. 104-B REPRESENTATION AND ELECTORAL SYSTEMS SECTION BUSINESS MEETING AND AWARDS CEREMONY Loews.20 Room: RECEPTION HONORING TEACHING Loews. Room 308 Wed 9:00 am Thu 7:30 pm Room: THE APSA PRACADEMIC FELLOWSHIP: EXPERIENCE FROM THE FIRST YEAR PCC. 108-A Room: Fri 7:00 am Sat 12:00 pm STRUCTURES OF POLITICAL SCIENCE REVOLUTIONS: DA-RT AND AUDIT CULTURES Loews. 104-A Room: 33. 104-B Thu 6:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Fri 12:00 pm Sat 9:30 am . Union League of Philadelphia THE FUTURE OF TRANSGENDER RIGHTS Marriott.13 RELIGION AND POLITICS SECTION BUSINESS MEETING PCC.22 Sat 6:30 pm Room: 21. 104-A Fri 7:30 pm 30.1 Room: 87.1 Thu 7:30 pm Room: 70. TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS SECTION BUSINESS MEETING Marriott. Congress C 87. 113-A Sun 8:00 am Fri 7:30 pm Thu 2:00 pm Thu 7:00 am Fri 7:30 pm Sat 2:00 pm Sat 12:00 pm Co-sponsored by DIVISION 24: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY 30. HONORING MICHAEL BARONE Offsite.70. HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE FUTURE OF AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE AS A MODE OF SCHOLARSHIP. Congress C 30.14 Room: 70.15 Room: Sat 12:00 pm 33. Room 301 STANFORD POLITICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT RECEPTION PCC.8 Room: 106. 102-A RESEARCHING THE C-SPAN VIDEO LIBRARY PCC. 104-A RUSSIAN POLITICS GROUP BUSINESS MEETING Marriott. Commonwealth A2 Room: 87.12 Room: 30. Franklin 13 THE FUTURE OF U.3 Fri 6:30 pm Page 208 TEACHING CIVIC ENGAGEMENT ROUNDTABLE: TEACHING CIVIC ENGAGEMENT ACROSS THE DISCIPLINES IN THE TWENTYFIRST CENTURY Loews. 201-C SEXUALITY AND POLITICS SECTION BUSINESS MEETING Marriott. 303-AB SCIENCE.7 Room: 3. AND WORKING PCC.13 Wed 2:00 pm SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY POLITICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT RECEPTION PCC.

3 Room: THE PARTISAN DIVIDE AND THE 2016 ELECTION Loews.7 Room: 59.) URBAN & LOCAL POLITICS Fri 7:30 pm SECTION RECEPTION Offsite. 104-B UNDERSTANDING COMPLEXITY: A SIMPLE GUIDE TO USING & DEVELOPING ABM'S & NETWORKS FOR RESEARCH PCC.26 Room: 102. Room 302 TO HELL AND BACK: BLACK POLITICAL SCIENTISTS.14 Room: THE METHODS CAFE Marriott.17 Fri 7:30 pm Room: 67. AND ELECTION ADMINISTRATION: CHARTING A RESEARCH AGENDA Loews. Franklin 13 WOMEN'S CAUCUS FOR POLITICAL SCIENCE BUSINESS MEETING Marriott.2 Wed 2:00 pm Room: 6.28 Fri 7:30 pm Room: 101. 110-AB 50.11 Room: 102.10 Room: 104. 203-B Thu 7:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Fri 8:30 pm Wed 2:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm 67. 102-A UNLOCKING SUCCESS WITH FAILURE PCC. 103-B WOMEN AND POLITICS RESEARCH SECTION BUSINESS MEETING Marriott.27 Room: Thu 7:30 pm 70. Congress A UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE RECEPTION.24 THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOUNDATION BOARD OF EDITORS ANNUAL MEETING Marriott. Room 308 Fri 4:00 pm Room: 95. Tubman Fri 12:00 pm Thu 6:30 pm Sat 4:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Fri 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 10:00 am Sat 4:00 pm THEME. Meeting Room 502 UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE RECEPTION Loews. AND THE QUOTIDIAN VIOLENCE OF ACADEMIC LIFE PCC. ELECTION LAW.7 Room: 44. Congress B THE WILF FAMILY DEPARTMENT OF POLITICS NEW YORK UNIVERSITY RECEPTION Loews.6 Sat 6:30 pm Room: WHO PUBLISHES. Commonwealth D THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX: NON-ACADEMIC JOBS ROUNDTABLE Marriott.W. Room 301 WORKING GROUP: ELECTION SCIENCES.9 Room: 70.103.8 THE METHODS STUDIO: WORKSHOP—TEXTUAL ANALYSIS AND CRITICAL SEMIOTICS—AND “CRIT” PCC.9 Room: UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE RECEPTION Marriott. Drexel University Stiles Hall Multipurpose Room (325 N.14 Wed 9:00 am Room: 82.1 Room: 70. 112-A UCLA POLITICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT RECEPTION PCC. HOSTED BY LOUIS PAULY. WHO PERISHES? CHALLENGES IN RESEARCH WITH VULNERABLE POPULATIONS Loews. Commonwealth A2 THE REVIEW OF POLITICS. DIVISION AND RELATED GROUP PANELS X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 209 209 Related Group Panels 50. Congress B 33. CHAIR PCC.25 Room: 70. Salon A Room: THE JOURNAL OF POLITICS RECEPTION PCC. 15th St. DISABILITY. Room 301 30. 108-B Room: Room: 33. 15th St.16 Room: W. DISPOSSESSION.4 Fri 7:30 pm Room: Fri 12:00 pm 71. Salon I UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE RECEPTION Loews. Commonwealth C WHY RECONSTRUCTION MATTERS TO POLITICAL SCIENCE PCC.3 Fri 7:30 pm Room: 95. 202-B UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.17 WESTERN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETING Marriott. NORTON FOCUS GROUP Marriott.5 Fri 10:00 am Room: 50. BERKELEY RECEPTION Marriott.) 50.27 Room: Sat 7:30 pm URBAN & LOCAL POLITICS Fri 6:30 pm SECTION BUSINESS MEETING Offsite. 106-AB UW-MADISON POLITICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT RECEPTION PCC. Drexel University Stiles Hall Multipurpose Room (325 N.5 Room: 70. UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME RECEPTION Loews. Liberty Ballroom 6.15 Sat 6:30 pm . Room 306 WORKING GROUP: CONSOLIDATING DATABASES ON POLITICAL ELITES IN CHINA AND RUSSIA Marriott.28 Room: 2.

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Liberty Ballroom) APSA All-Member Business Meeting (PCC. (PCC. Business meetings are general member meetings that are open to all Association members unless the title clearly indicates that the meeting is for a specific group (e. 104-B) Claremont Institute Reception (Loews. Gender and Political Leadership in 21st Century America (Marriott. Circ Bar) APSA Graduate Student Happy Hour (Marriott. Room 302) Association Leaders Meeting (PCC. Franklin 6) Class and Inequality Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 302) APSA/ASA Africa Planning Committee Meeting (PCC. and most are open to all members. Room 301) APSA Committee on the Status of First Generation Higher Education Scholars in the Profession Business Meeting (Marriott. Salon J) APSA Status of Asian-Pacific Americans in the Profession Committee and Status of Latinos y Latinas in the Profession Committee Reception (Marriott. Independence Ballroom) APSA Status Committee Chairs Meeting (Marriott.MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS BUSINESS MEETINGS: Many groups hold meetings and receptions at the APSA Annual Meeting. Room 410) APSA Technology Task Force Meeting (Marriott. Grand Hall) 2016 GESIS Klingemann Prize for the Best CSES Scholarship (PCC. Room 301) APSA Congressional Fellows. editorial board reception). Bisexuals and Transgenders in the Profession Business Meeting (Marriott.g. Room 307) CQ Press Event (Loews. RECEPTIONS: All receptions are open to all APSA members unless the title clearly indicates otherwise (e. 101-A) APSA Awards Ceremony (Marriott. Room 308) APSA Committee on the Status of Blacks and NCOBPS Reception (Marriott. Liberty Ballroom) APSA Committee on the Status of Asian Pacific Americans Business Meeting (Marriott. Franklin 9) APSA Committee on the Status of Blacks in the Profession Business Meeting (Marriott. Section. 105-AB) Committee on the Status of Latinos in the Profession Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 410) APSA Reception Honoring Women in the Profession: Women & Pol. APSA Committee Meetings: Generally working meetings of committees are considered closed to attendees.Program Committee Meeting (Marriott. Alumni. Congress A) Canadian Politics Section Business Meeting (Marriott. and Friends Happy Hour (Marriott. editorial board). Room 308) APSA Status Committee of Lesbians. Bisexuals and Transgenders in the Profession. Room 301) Community College Status Committee Business Meeting (PCC. Related Group: Independent professional groups with persistent organizational structure and minimum membership can organize a business meeting. Gays. Room 302) APSA Mentoring Networking Reception (Marriott. Gays. Section. 112-B) 2017 Division Chairs . and LGBT Caucus Reception (Marriott. Room 309) Comparative Democratization Section Reception (Marriott. Liberty Ballroom) APSA International Committee Business Meeting (Marriott. 114) APSA Asia Committee Planning Meeting (PCC.g. Commonwealth B) Class and Inequality Reception and Outreach Event (Marriott. Meeting Room 501) Book Reception for Contested Transformation: Race. Room 302) APSA Journal Editors Meeting (Marriott. 101-A) BYU Political Affairs Society Reception (Marriott. APSA MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS (ALPHA) APSA Meetings and Receptions by Alpha Thu 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Sat 7:00 am Thu 12:00 pm Thu 5:30 pm Wed 6:30 pm Thu 8:30 am Thu 8:30 pm Sat 12:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Sat 7:00 am Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Thu 8:00 am Sat 7:00 am Thu 5:30 pm Thu 8:30 pm Fri 8:30 pm Sat 5:30 pm Fri 5:00 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Sat 2:00 pm Fri 5:30 pm Fri 12:00 pm Fri 7:00 am Fri 10:00 am Thu 7:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Fri 5:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Thu 7:00 am Sat 12:00 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 7:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : 5001 Page 211 211 Meetings and Receptions 112th Annual Meeting Opening Reception (PCC. Room 301) APSA Status Committee of Lesbians. Room 304) Christians in Political Science Business Meeting (PCC. 101-A) Comparative Democratization Section Business Meeting (Marriott. WomenĀs Caucus & Comm. APSA Organized Section: All attendees regardless of membership in a section are invited to attend section business meetings and to learn more about the work of sections. WomenĀs Caucus & Comm. Room 407) Columbia University Department of Political Science Reception (PCC. 101-A) APSR Editorial Board Meeting (Loews. Attendees should first consult with a committee chair about the possibility of attending. Room 308) British Politics Group Reception (Marriott. (Marriott. 201-C) APSA Reception Honoring Women of Color in the Profession: Women & Pol. Sexuality and Politics Section. Room 310) Comparative Politics Section Business Meeting . Room 302) APSA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession Business Meeting (Marriott. Washington C) Asian Pacific American Caucus Business Meeting (Marriott.

Room 407) Human Rights Section Reception (Offsite. Three Parkway Building (1601 Cherry Street.(Marriott. Room 304) Italian Political Science Review. 612)) Drexel Center for Public Policy Reception (Offsite. 111-A) Ideas. Room 302) Ithiel de Sola Pool Award and Lectureship (Loews. Room 303) John Gaus Award and Lectureship (Marriott. Franklin 10) Health Politics & Policy Section Business 212 MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 212 Sat 7:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Sat 8:00 pm Sat 6:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 7:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Fri 6:00 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 7:30 pm Fri 12:00 pm Thu 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Sat 7:30 am Thu 7:00 am Fri 12:30 pm Fri 6:00 pm Fri 7:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Meeting (Loews. Room 305) French Politics Group Business Meeting (Marriott. Tubman) Journal of Race. Congress C) Drexel Center for Public Policy Business Meeting (Offsite. Philadelphia. Tubman) European Politics and Society Section Business Meeting (Loews.)) Department Chairs Luncheon (Loews. Editorial Board Meeting (Marriott. 6th Fl. 612)) EITM Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 414) Law & Courts Section Business Meeting (PCC. Meeting Room 502) Future Directions of the American National Election Studies (PCC. Congress C) Human Rights Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 406) International Attendee Reception (Marriott. Commonwealth A1) Health Politics and Policy Section Reception (Loews. 303-AB) First-Time Attendee Breakfast (Marriott. 104-A) Journal of Women. Room 409) Indigenous Studies Network Business Meeting (PCC. 103-C) Japan Political Studies Group Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 413) Interest Groups & Advocacy Business Meeting (Marriott. Caribou Cafe) IPSA Research Committee #12 (Biology and Politics) Business Meeting (PCC. 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Franklin 4) Interpretive Methodologies and Methods Business Meeting (Marriott. 111-A) Information Technology and Politics Section Business Meeting (Loews. Franklin 11) Journal of Comparative Politics Business Meeting (Marriott. Commonwealth A2) Jack Miller Center Reception (PCC. Room 413) Journal of Conflict Resolution Editorial Board Meeting (PCC. Ste. 2027 Fairmont Ave. Room 413) Conference Group on Taiwan Studies Business Meeting (Marriott. 12 St. Franklin 7) Federalism and IGR Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Ethnicity and Politics Business Meeting (PCC.Public Administrative Section Reception (Marriott.. Three Parkway Building (1601 Cherry Street. Room 411) Female Working Group on African Politics (invite only) (PCC. and Voting Behavior & Political Communications Sections Joint Reception (Marriott. at Sansom St. Tubman) International Security and Arms Control Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Franklin 9) Cornell University Department of Government Reception (Offsite. 101-A) Journal of Political Science Education Editorial Board Meeting (Loews. 204-B) Law and Courts Section & Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence Section Lifetime Achievement Sat 7:30 pm Fri 12:00 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 12:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Fri 7:00 pm Thu 7:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Thu 7:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Sat 12:00 pm Fri 7:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Sat 12:00 pm Fri 2:00 pm Sat 12:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 12:00 pm Thu 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm . Salon J) Conflict Processess Business Meeting (Marriott. Ste. Commonwealth C) Eric Voegelin Society Reception (Loews. Politics & Policy Editorial Board Meeting (PCC.. Room 408) Foundations Plenary Speaker Session (PCC. Congress A) Experimental Research Section Business Meeting (Marriott. 303-AB) LGBT Caucus Business Meeting (Marriott. Franklin 3) Elections. Knowledge and Politics Business Meeting (Marriott. PA 19130) Elections. Room 413) Labor Project Business Meeting and Keynote (PCC. Commonwealth C) Institute for Humane Studies Reception (Marriott. Public Opinion. Liberty Ballroom) Foundations of Political Theory Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 411) Conference for the Study of Political Thought (CSPT) Annual Reception (Marriott.

Room 302) New Political Science Invited Lecture (Marriott. Room 305) Political Networks Section Reception (Offsite. Ethnicity. Room 413) Legislative Studies Section Business Meeting (Marriott. 303AB) Science. 104-B) Representation and Electoral Systems Section Business Meeting and Awards Ceremony (Loews.Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:00 am Fri 6:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Sat 6:00 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 11:45 am Wed 8:00 am Fri 6:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Thu 8:00 am Fri 8:00 am Thu 6:30 pm Sat 12:00 pm Sat 6:00 pm Fri 7:00 am Sat 7:30 pm Fri 7:00 am Sat 12:00 pm Thu 7:30 pm Fri 7:00 am Sat 12:00 pm Sat 5:30 pm Sat 12:00 pm Fri 6:00 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 12:00 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Political Organizations and Parties Section Business Meeting (PCC. Commonwealth D) Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Section Reception (Marriott. Technology and Environmental Politics Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 412) SWPSA Executive Council Meeting (PCC. Room 310) Sexuality and Politics Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 301) Pearson Focus Group (PCC. Franklin 2) Organized Section Chairs Breakfast (Marriott. Room 308) PRQ Reception (Marriott. Franklin 1) New Political Science Publications Executive Committee Business Meeting (Marriott. Asian Arts Initiative) Minority Student Recruitment Program (MSRP) Best Practices Meeting (Marriott. Franklin 5) Political Economy Section Business Meeting (Marriott. 204-C) Migration and Citizenship Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Commonwealth A2) Russian Politics Group Business Meeting (Marriott. 303-AB) Pearson Reception (PCC. Franklin 8) Political Communication Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 309) Political Forecasting Group Business Meeting (Marriott. and Politics Section Business Meeting (Loews. Room 301) National Conference of Black Political Scientists Executive Council Meeting (PCC. Tubman) Politics and Art in Philadelphia . and Film (Loews. 204-B) Law and Courts Section Reception (PCC. Room 305) Political Methodology Section Business Meeting (PCC. Room 302) Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI) Orientation Meeting (Marriott. Salon KL) Race. Liberty Ballroom) PRQ Editorial Board Meeting (Marriott. Room 408) Polity Business Meeting (Marriott. Independence Ballroom) Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI) Advisory Committee Meeting (Marriott. Franklin 11) Public Policy Section Business Meeting and Award Ceremony (PCC. 107-A) Political Psychology Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 413) Presidency and Executive Politics Business Meeting (Loews. Offsite TBD) MIT Department of Political Science Reception (PCC. Commonwealth A1) Politics. Room 414) PS Editorial Board Meeting (Marriott. 202-A) Publius: The Journal of Federalism Editorial Board Meeting (Marriott. Room 308) New Political Science Reception (Marriott. 303-AB) Perspectives on Politics Editorial Board Meeting (Loews. Washington C) Politics and History Section & International History and Politics Section Joint Reception (Loews. Vintage Wine Bar & Bistro) . 101-A) New Political Science Business Meeting (PCC. Franklin 1) Migration and Citizenship Section Reception (Offsite. Room 406) MENA Workshops Alumni and Friends Reception (Offsite. Room 308) Fri 7:00 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 10:30 am Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Sat 7:00 am Sat 12:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 7:30 pm Fri 8:00 am Thu 10:00 am Fri 7:30 pm Sat 12:00 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 7:00 am Sat 12:00 pm Fri 6:30 pm MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 213 213 Meetings and Receptions Panel (PCC. Washington A) Politics and History Section Business Meeting (Loews. Congress C) Religion and Politics Section Business Meeting (PCC. Franklin 7) Legislative Studies Section Reception (Marriott. Congress C) Related Group Meeting (Loews. 107-A) MPSA Executive Council Meeting (Offsite. MPSA Offsite Location) Meeting of Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES) Project (PCC. Literature and Film Section Business Meeting (Marriott. 104-A) Religion and Politics Section Reception (PCC. 111-B) New Political Science Editorial Board Meeting (Marriott. Commonwealth A2) Politics & Gender Journal Editorial Board Meeting (Loews. 112-A) Political Networks Section Business Meeting (Marriott. 201B) Legislative Studies Quarterly Editorial Board Breakfast Meeting (Marriott. Washington C) Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI) 30th Anniversary Reception (Marriott. Literature. Room 301) Reception Honoring Teaching (Loews. 112-A) Political Organizations and Parties Section Executive Council Meeting (PCC. Washington C) Pi Sigma Alpha Business Meeting (Marriott. Commonwealth A1) Public Administration Section Business Meeting (Marriott.A Reception Sponsored by the Siting and Engagement Committee and Organized Section on Politics. Room 306) Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Section Business Meeting (Loews. Room 309) Political Science Education Section Business Meeting (Loews.

Room 308) APSA International Committee Business Meeting (Marriott. Salon I) University of Chicago Department of Political Science Reception (Loews. Room 301) Working Group: Social Policy in NonDemocracies (Marriott. 101-A) APSA Mentoring Networking Reception (Marriott. Policy Centers. Room 302) Minority Student Recruitment Program (MSRP) Best Practices Meeting (Marriott. Policy. 106-AB) Indigenous Studies Network Business Meeting (PCC. 204-C) APSA Awards Ceremony (Marriott. Congress B) The Wilf Family Department of Politics New York University Reception (Loews. University of Notre Dame Reception (Loews. Room 308) Texas Reception (PCC. 15th St. Editorial Board Meeting (Marriott. and Other Policy-Related Organizations (Marriott.W. Meeting Room 502) University of Rochester Department of Political Science Reception (Loews. Norton Focus Group (Marriott. Commonwealth A1) The Churchill Centre Annual Black Tie Academic Dinner. Room 301) APSA Committee on the Status of Asian Pacific Americans Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 301) Stanford Political Science Department Reception (PCC. Room 308) Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI) Orientation Meeting (Marriott. 102-A) Urban & Local Politics Section Business Meeting (Offsite.)) Urban & Local Politics Section Reception (Offsite. Offsite TBD) Southeast Asian Politics Open Meeting (Marriott. Drexel University Stiles Hall Multipurpose Room (325 N. Room 413) Working Group: Philanthropy. Franklin 13) Women's Caucus for Political Science Business Meeting (Marriott. 106-AB) UW-Madison Political Science Department Reception (PCC. Room 301) 214 MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 214 Sat 12:00 pm Thu 6:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Thu 7:00 am Fri 7:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Sat 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Fri 8:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 12:00 pm Thu 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 10:00 am Working Group: Election Sciences. Room 306) Working Group: Consolidating Databases on Political Elites in China and Russia (Marriott. Commonwealth D) UCLA Political Science Department Reception (PCC. and Other Policy-Related Organizations (Marriott. Commonwealth A2) State Politics and Policy Section Reception (Loews. Room 301) Working Group: Intersectionality and Pedagogy (Marriott. Congress A) University of Toronto Department of Political Science Reception. Room 301) APSA Asia Committee Planning Meeting (PCC. 101-A) Working Group: Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government. 104-A) State Politics and Policy Section Business Meeting (Loews. Liberty Ballroom) Teaching and Learning Committee Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 301) APSA All-Member Business Meeting (PCC. Room 302) Wed 8:00 am Wed 6:30 pm Thu 7:00 am Thu 7:00 am Thu 7:00 am Thu 8:00 am Thu 8:00 am Thu 8:30 am Thu 10:00 am Thu 12:00 pm Thu 2:00 pm Thu 4:00 pm Thu 5:30 pm Thu 5:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm . Congress B) University of Michigan Department of Political Science Reception (Marriott. 111-A) Italian Political Science Review. Franklin 7) Future Directions of the American National Election Studies (PCC. Honoring Michael Barone (Offsite. 110AB) The Review of Politics. Room 301) Yale University. Room 410) Canadian Politics Section Business Meeting (Marriott.)) W. Policy Centers. Room 308) Women and Politics Research Section Business Meeting (Marriott. and Election Administration: Charting a Research Agenda (Loews. 15th St. Room 301) Working Group: Practicing Politics: Political Scientists in Government. Political Science Reception (Marriott. Room 301) Western Political Science Association Executive Council Meeting (Marriott. Room 301) First-Time Attendee Breakfast (Marriott. 114) Working Group: Historical (Marriott. Room 407) Sat 4:00 pm Thu 2:00 pm Sat 4:00 pm Sat 10:00 am Thu 4:00 pm Sat 2:00 pm Sat 7:30 pm APSA MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS (BY TIME) APSA Meetings and Receptions by Time Meeting of Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES) Project (PCC. Room 304) Experimental Research Section Business Meeting (Marriott. 108-A) Teaching and Learning Committee Business Meeting (Marriott. Berkeley Reception (Marriott. Drexel University Stiles Hall Multipurpose Room (325 N. Chair (PCC. and Power (PCC. Salon A) The Journal of Politics Reception (PCC. Union League of Philadelphia) The International Organization Foundation Board of Editors Annual Meeting (Marriott. 103-A) The African Politics Conference Group Business Meeting (Loews. Election Law. 104-B) University of California. Tubman) Working Group: Historical (Marriott. Hosted by Louis Pauly. Liberty Ballroom) Committee on the Status of Latinos in the Profession Business Meeting (Marriott.Siting and Engagement Committee Business Meeting (Offsite. Congress A) Syracuse University Political Science Department Reception (PCC.

Congress C) European Politics and Society Section Business Meeting (Loews. 112-A) Public Administration Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 413) British Politics Group Reception (Marriott. Congress B) University of Michigan Department of Political Science Reception (Marriott. Room 309) Publius: The Journal of Federalism Editorial Board Meeting (Marriott. 201-C) Asian Pacific American Caucus Business . Commonwealth A1) Western Political Science Association Executive Council Meeting (Marriott. MPSA Offsite Location) APSA Committee on the Status of First Generation Higher Education Scholars in the Profession Business Meeting (Marriott. Franklin 8) Fri 7:00 am Fri 7:00 am Fri 7:00 am Fri 7:00 am Fri 7:00 am Fri 8:00 am Fri 8:00 am Fri 10:00 am Fri 10:30 am Fri 11:45 am Fri 12:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Fri 12:00 pm Fri 12:30 pm Fri 12:30 pm Fri 2:00 pm Fri 5:00 pm Fri 5:30 pm Fri 5:30 pm Fri 6:00 pm MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 215 215 Meetings and Receptions Labor Project Business Meeting and Keynote (PCC. 111-B) Political Networks Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 408) Ideas. Room 302) APSR Editorial Board Meeting (Loews. Congress A) Human Rights Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 308) Journal of Conflict Resolution Editorial Board Meeting (PCC. Grand Hall) Political Networks Section Reception (Offsite. Room 301) Foreign Policy Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Independence Ballroom) PRQ Reception (Marriott. 104-A) Southeast Asian Politics Open Meeting (Marriott. Room 413) Political Methodology Section Business Meeting (PCC. 101-A) CQ Press Event (Loews. Gays. University of Notre Dame Reception (Loews.W. Room 414) Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Section Reception (Marriott. Commonwealth D) Religion and Politics Section Business Meeting (PCC. Room 305) Political Organizations and Parties Section Executive Council Meeting (PCC. Ethnicity and Politics Business Meeting (PCC. Room 308) Law and Courts Section & Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence Section Lifetime Achievement Panel (PCC. 104-A) LGBT Caucus Business Meeting (Marriott. Congress A) The Churchill Centre Annual Black Tie Academic Dinner. Room 306) Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Section Business Meeting (Loews. Room 307) BYU Political Affairs Society Reception (Marriott. 107-A) Political Psychology Business Meeting (Marriott. 101-A) APSA Status Committee of Lesbians. Meeting Room 501) Conference for the Study of Political Thought (CSPT) Annual Reception (Marriott. Honoring Michael Barone (Offsite. 303AB) National Conference of Black Political Scientists Executive Council Meeting (PCC. 104-B) State Politics and Policy Section Reception (Loews. Tubman) MPSA Executive Council Meeting (Offsite.Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 6:30 pm Thu 7:00 pm Thu 7:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Thu 7:30 pm Thu 8:30 pm Thu 8:30 pm Fri 7:00 am Meeting (Marriott. (PCC. Norton Focus Group (Marriott. Liberty Ballroom) PS Editorial Board Meeting (Marriott. Franklin 11) Public Policy Section Business Meeting and Award Ceremony (PCC. Congress A) Pi Sigma Alpha Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 308) APSA/ASA Africa Planning Committee Meeting (PCC. Room 413) New Political Science Publications Executive Committee Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 406) Journal of Race. Vintage Wine Bar & Bistro) APSA Committee on the Status of Blacks and NCOBPS Reception (Marriott. Salon J) International Attendee Reception (Marriott. Washington C) Department Chairs Luncheon (Loews. 105-AB) New Political Science Business Meeting (PCC. Union League of Philadelphia) The Review of Politics. Section. 204-B) Institute for Humane Studies Reception (Marriott. 101-A) Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI) Advisory Committee Meeting (Marriott. Room 302) Legislative Studies Quarterly Editorial Board Breakfast Meeting (Marriott. WomenĀs Caucus & Comm. Room 407) Interest Groups & Advocacy Business Meeting (Marriott. Meeting Room 502) 112th Annual Meeting Opening Reception (PCC. Franklin 9) APSA Reception Honoring Women in the Profession: Women & Pol. Bisexuals and Transgenders in the Profession Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 301) SWPSA Executive Council Meeting (PCC. 202-A) W. Room 301) State Politics and Policy Section Business Meeting (Loews. Commonwealth A2) The African Politics Conference Group Business Meeting (Loews. Salon KL) Religion and Politics Section Reception (PCC. Room 302) Association Leaders Meeting (PCC. 101-A) Politics & Gender Journal Editorial Board Meeting (Loews. Knowledge and Politics Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 308) Organized Section Chairs Breakfast (Marriott.

Public Administrative Section Reception (Marriott. PA 19130) Foundations Plenary Speaker Session (PCC. Three Parkway Building (1601 Cherry Street. Knowledge and Politics Reception (Marriott. 103-C) Law and Courts Section Reception (PCC. Pennsylvania 6 (114 S. Franklin 10) Ideas. Commonwealth B) Class and Inequality Reception and Outreach Event (Marriott. Three Parkway Building (1601 Cherry Street.Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site (ESP) Reception and Tour (Offsite. Room 304) IPSA Research Committee #12 (Biology and Politics) Business Meeting (PCC. Room 306) Interpretive Methodologies and Methods Business Meeting (Marriott. and LGBT Caucus Reception (Marriott. Room 413) Conflict Processess Business Meeting (Marriott. Drexel University Stiles Hall Multipurpose Room (325 N. Room 411) French Politics Group Business Meeting (Marriott. Ste. Room 408) Russian Politics Group Business Meeting (Marriott. Public Opinion. 107-A) Politics and Art in Philadelphia . 6th Fl. 6th Fl. 111-A) John Gaus Award and Lectureship (Marriott. Washington C) Politics and History Section & International History and Politics Section Joint Reception (Loews. Bisexuals and Transgenders in the Profession. 15th St. Commonwealth A1) Politics. 201B) Legislative Studies Section Reception (Marriott. Gays. and Voting Behavior & Political Communications Sections Joint Reception (Marriott. Sexuality and Politics Section. Congress C) Stanford Political Science Department Reception (PCC. Salon J) APSA Status of Asian-Pacific Americans in the Profession Committee and Status of Latinos y Latinas in the Profession Committee Reception (Marriott. Franklin 7) Migration and Citizenship Section Business Meeting (Marriott.)) Information Technology and Politics Section Business Meeting (Loews. Tubman) International Security and Arms Control Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Franklin 5) Political Economy Section Business Meeting (Marriott. 12 St. Room 414) Law & Courts Section Business Meeting (PCC. at Sansom St. 108-A) Texas Reception (PCC. Ste. and Film (Loews. 112-A) 2016 GESIS Klingemann Prize for the Best CSES Scholarship (PCC. Room 309) Political Forecasting Group Business Meeting (Marriott.A Reception Sponsored by the Siting and Engagement Committee and Organized Section on Politics. 110AB) Fri 7:00 pm Fri 7:00 pm Fri 7:00 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm . Public Opinion. 103-A) The Journal of Politics Reception (PCC. Franklin 1) Political Communication Business Meeting (Marriott. Franklin 11) Journal of Women.. Room 412) Sexuality and Politics Section Business Meeting (Marriott. 105-AB) Drexel Center for Public Policy Reception (Offsite.. 104-A) Syracuse University Political Science Department Reception (PCC. 303-AB) Latino Caucus in Political Science Business Meeting (Marriott. 204-C) Class and Inequality Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Franklin 4) Jack Miller Center Reception (PCC. Liberty Ballroom) Gaus Reception . Literature and Film Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Literature. 2027 Fairmont Ave. Asian Arts Initiative) MIT Department of Political Science Reception (PCC. 612)) Elections. Washington A) Reception Honoring Teaching (Loews. Franklin 13) Cornell University Department of Government Reception (Offsite. Franklin 9) Drexel Center for Public Policy Business Meeting (Offsite. Commonwealth A2) Politics and History Section Business Meeting (Loews. Room 308) Urban & Local Politics Section Business Meeting (Offsite. Room 310) International Security and Arms Control Section Reception (Marriott. Franklin 3) Federalism and IGR Section Business Meeting (Marriott. 612)) Elections. 112-B) APSA Status Committee of Lesbians. Salon C) Foundations of Political Theory Reception (Marriott. Room 407) Conference Group on Italian Politics and Society Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 305) Political Science Education Section Business Meeting (Loews. Politics & Policy Editorial Board Meeting (PCC.)) Women and Politics Research Section Business 216 MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 216 Fri 6:00 pm Fri 6:00 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Fri 6:30 pm Meeting (Marriott. Room 410) Claremont Institute Reception (Loews. Franklin 6) Columbia University Department of Political Science Reception (PCC. Room 406) Migration and Citizenship Section Reception (Offsite.. Commonwealth C) Political Organizations and Parties Section Business Meeting (PCC. Philadelphia. Meeting Room 502) Human Rights Section Reception (Offsite. & Voting Behavior Sections Business Meeting (Marriott. Caribou Cafe) International History and Politics Section Business Meeting (Loews. 204-B) Legislative Studies Section Business Meeting (Marriott.

Room 310) Comparative Politics Section Reception (Marriott. 303-AB) MENA Workshops Alumni and Friends Reception (Offsite. and Election Administration: Charting a Research Agenda (Loews. Chair (PCC. Room 306) APSA Graduate Student Happy Hour (Marriott. Room 310) Siting and Engagement Committee Business Meeting (Offsite. Franklin 1) APSA Congressional Fellows. Independence Ballroom) University of Toronto Department of Political Science Reception. Room 408) Eric Voegelin Society Business Meeting (Loews. Tubman) . Commonwealth A2) Women's Caucus for Political Science Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 302) Polity Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 413) APSA Status Committee Chairs Meeting (Marriott. 101-A) Community College Status Committee Business Meeting (PCC. Room 308) Related Group Meeting (Loews. Meeting Room 502) Eric Voegelin Society Reception (Loews. Washington C) Representation and Electoral Systems Section Business Meeting and Awards Ceremony (Loews. Room 409) Japan Political Studies Group Business Meeting (Marriott. Commonwealth A1) PRQ Editorial Board Meeting (Marriott. (Marriott. Room 301) Pearson Reception (PCC. 104-B) APSA Reception Honoring Women of Color in the Profession: Women & Pol. Room 301) Ithiel de Sola Pool Award and Lectureship (Loews. 303-AB) Perspectives on Politics Editorial Board Meeting (Loews. Liberty Ballroom) Conference Group on Taiwan Studies Reception (Marriott. 106-AB) University of California. Independence Ballroom) Sat 4:00 pm Sat 5:30 pm Sat 5:30 pm Sat 6:00 pm Sat 6:00 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 6:30 pm Sat 7:30 pm Sat 7:30 pm Sat 7:30 pm Sat 7:30 pm Sat 7:30 pm Sat 7:30 pm MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 217 217 Meetings and Receptions UCLA Political Science Department Reception (PCC. Room 413) Female Working Group on African Politics (invite only) (PCC. Room 411) University of Chicago Department of Political Science Reception (Loews. Congress B) University of Rochester Department of Political Science Reception (Loews. Offsite TBD) APSA Technology Task Force Meeting (Marriott. Room 308) Christians in Political Science Business Meeting (PCC. Room 309) Comparative Politics Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 301) APSA Journal Editors Meeting (Marriott. 104-B) Comparative Democratization Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 413) Journal of Political Science Education Editorial Board Meeting (Loews. Tubman) New Political Science Editorial Board Meeting (Marriott. Section. Salon I) Urban & Local Politics Section Reception (Offsite. Washington C) Presidency and Executive Politics Business Meeting (Loews. Ethnicity. Congress C) Science. Meeting Room 501) EITM Business Meeting (Marriott. Drexel University Stiles Hall Multipurpose Room (325 N. Commonwealth A2) Journal of Comparative Politics Business Meeting (Marriott.)) UW-Madison Political Science Department Reception (PCC. Congress C) New Political Science Reception (Marriott. and Power (PCC. Room 302) Working Group: Social Policy in NonDemocracies (Marriott. Circ Bar) Book Reception for Contested Transformation: Race. Room 302) Pearson Focus Group (PCC. Room 305) Health Politics & Policy Section Business Meeting (Loews. Commonwealth C) Foundations of Political Theory Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Tubman) Health Politics and Policy Section Reception (Loews. Policy. and Friends Happy Hour (Marriott. Salon A) Comparative Democratization Section Reception (Marriott. Room 303) Race. 15th St. Berkeley Reception (Marriott. 303-AB) Working Group: Consolidating Databases on Political Elites in China and Russia (Marriott. Offsite TBD) New Political Science Invited Lecture (Marriott.Program Committee Meeting (Marriott. Commonwealth A1) In The Field: Political Science Meeting (Marriott.Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 7:30 pm Fri 8:30 pm Fri 8:30 pm Sat 7:00 am Sat 7:00 am Sat 7:00 am Sat 7:00 am Sat 7:30 am Sat 10:00 am Sat 10:00 am Sat 12:00 pm Sat 12:00 pm Sat 12:00 pm Sat 12:00 pm Sat 12:00 pm Sat 12:00 pm Sat 12:00 pm Sat 12:00 pm Sat 12:00 pm Sat 12:00 pm Sat 12:00 pm Sat 12:00 pm Sat 12:00 pm Sat 2:00 pm Sat 2:00 pm Sat 4:00 pm Working Group: Intersectionality and Pedagogy (Marriott. Franklin 2) Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI) 30th Anniversary Reception (Marriott. and Politics Section Business Meeting (Loews. Technology and Environmental Politics Section Business Meeting (Marriott. Room 301) Working Group: Election Sciences. 101-A) APSA Committee on the Status of Blacks in the Profession Business Meeting (Marriott. Alumni. Room 301) Working Group: Philanthropy. Liberty Ballroom) APSA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession Business Meeting (Marriott. Gender and Political Leadership in 21st Century America (Marriott. WomenĀs Caucus & Comm. Congress A) The International Organization Foundation Board of Editors Annual Meeting (Marriott. Hosted by Louis Pauly. Election Law. 102-A) 2017 Division Chairs .

Franklin 2) City Politics in an Increasingly Urban World: Mainstreaming the Local in Scholarship and Policy Making (Offsite. and Tracing (QMMR2) (PCC. 204-B) ĄWhat? I Have to Lead a Program Assessment?!?ď Leading Your Department or Program Assessment Process for Regional Accreditation (PCC. 203-A) Managing and Sharing Qualitative Data and Qualitative Research Transparency (QMMR3) (PCC. 108-A) Database and Website Development for Public Policy: The Comparative Policy Agendas Project (Offsite. the National Survey of Student Leaders (PCC. Prisons. Technology. 106AB) Of Cities and Governance: New Theoretical Approaches to Urban Governance (Offsite. 201-A) Designing and Conducting Field Research (QMMR5) (PCC. 201-A) 218 MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 218 Wed 2:00 pm Wed 2:00 pm Wed 2:00 pm Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Protean and Control Power in Interaction (PCC. and Environmental Policy (PCC. Temple University Center City Campus) Designing Multi-Method Research (QMMR1) (PCC. 202-B) Unlocking Success with Failure (PCC. Matching. Matching. 201-C) Mathematics and Democracy: Designing Better Voting and Fair-Division Procedures (PCC. 203-B) Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 2:00 pm Wed 9:00 am Wed 2:00 pm Wed 9:00 am Wed 2:00 pm Wed 2:00 pm Wed 9:00 am Wed 1:00 pm APSA SHORT COURSES (BY TIME) APSA Short Courses by Time Wed 2:00 pm Wed 1:30 pm Wed 9:00 am Wed 2:00 pm Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 2:00 pm Causal Case Studies: Comparing. Commonwealth D) Yale University. 201-B) Dissertation Workshop: Advances in Science. and Environmental Policy (PCC. Room 410) Sat 7:30 pm Sat 7:30 pm Sat 8:00 pm APSA SHORT COURSES (ALPHA) APSA Short Courses by Alpha A Political Primer on the Periodic State Constitutional Convention Referendum (PCC. Ethics. 303-AB) Dissertation Workshop: On the Intersection of Race. Police. 111-A) Research Development Group: Emerging Research from MENA Workshops Alumni (PCC. Drexel University MacAlister 2019-2020 (325060 Chestnut Street)) Simulations and Games for International Relations (PCC. Engagement. 201-C) Simulations and Games for International Relations (PCC. 108-B) Understanding Complexity: A Simple Guide to Using & Developing ABM's & Networks for Research (PCC. 201-B) Designing Multi-Method Research (QMMR1) (PCC. Ethics. 202-B) ĄWhat? I Have to Lead a Program Assessment?!?ď Leading Your Department or Program Assessment Process for Regional Accreditation (PCC. and Employability (PCC. 202-A) EIP Breakout 1 (Marriott. Drexel University MacAlister 2019-2020 (3250-60 Chestnut Street)) Communicating Science in Politicized Environments (PCC. 201-A) Doing Political Science in the Field: Field Research. and Tracing (QMMR2) (PCC. 203-A) Managing and Sharing Qualitative Data and Qualitative Research Transparency (QMMR3) (PCC. Franklin 3) EIP Breakout 2 (Marriott. Ethnicity and Gender in American Political Behavior (PCC. 202-A) Embracing Applied Politics in the Classroom and Curriculum (PCC. 104-B) Assessing Political Science Civic Engagement and Pedagogy Initiatives: The Consortium for Inter-Campus SoTL Research. 203-B) You Have a Job Offer: Get the Most Out of It (PCC. 203-A) Causal Case Studies: Comparing. 106AB) Of Cities and Governance: New Theoretical Approaches to Urban Governance (Offsite. Room 407) Conference Group on Taiwan Studies Business Meeting (Marriott. Franklin 2) Dissertation Workshop: Advances in Science. Franklin 4) Embracing Applied Politics in the Classroom and Curriculum (PCC. Ethnicity and Gender in American Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am . and Employability (PCC. Political Science Reception (Marriott. 203-B) Challenges of Electoral Integrity and the Construction and Use of Expert Indicators (Marriott. Engagement. 202-B) Abolitionist Politics After Ferguson: Race. Drexel University MacAlister 2019-2020 (325060 Chestnut Street)) Process Tracing (QMMR 4) (PCC. 102-A) Researching the C-SPAN Video Library (PCC. and Theorizing White Supremacy (PCC. 204-B) The Methods Studio: WorkshopĚTextual Analysis and Critical SemioticsĚand ĄCritď (PCC. 201-C) Mathematics and Democracy: Designing Better Voting and Fair-Division Procedures (PCC. 107-A) Doing Political Science in the Field: Field Research. 204-B) Understanding Complexity: A Simple Guide to Using & Developing ABM's & Networks for Research (PCC. 303-AB) Dissertation Workshop: On the Intersection of Race. Technology. 201-B) Challenges of Electoral Integrity and the Construction and Use of Expert Indicators (Marriott. 104-A) Set-Theoretic Multi-Method Research: Combining QCA and Process Tracing (QMMR6) (PCC.The Wilf Family Department of Politics New York University Reception (Loews.

201-C) The Methods Studio: WorkshopĚTextual Analysis and Critical SemioticsĚand ĄCritď (PCC. 102-A) Researching the C-SPAN Video Library (PCC. 111-A) Research Development Group: Emerging Research from MENA Workshops Alumni (PCC. 201-B) Process Tracing (QMMR 4) (PCC. 107-A) EIP Breakout 1 (Marriott. Temple University Center City Campus) A Political Primer on the Periodic State Constitutional Convention Referendum (PCC. Franklin 4) Protean and Control Power in Interaction (PCC. the National Survey of Student Leaders (PCC. 204-B) Wed 2:00 pm Wed 2:00 pm Wed 2:00 pm MEETINGS AND RECEPTIONS X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 219 219 . Franklin 3) EIP Breakout 2 (Marriott. Police. Prisons.Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 9:00 am Wed 1:00 pm Wed 1:30 pm Wed 2:00 pm Wed 2:00 pm Wed 2:00 pm Wed 2:00 pm Wed 2:00 pm Wed 2:00 pm Wed 2:00 pm Meetings and Receptions Political Behavior (PCC. 108-A) Designing and Conducting Field Research (QMMR5) (PCC. 201-A) Set-Theoretic Multi-Method Research: Combining QCA and Process Tracing (QMMR6) (PCC. Drexel University MacAlister 2019-2020 (3250-60 Chestnut Street)) Database and Website Development for Public Policy: The Comparative Policy Agendas Project (Offsite. 104-B) Assessing Political Science Civic Engagement and Pedagogy Initiatives: The Consortium for Inter-Campus SoTL Research. 203-B) You Have a Job Offer: Get the Most Out of It (PCC. 108-B) Unlocking Success with Failure (PCC. 104-A) City Politics in an Increasingly Urban World: Mainstreaming the Local in Scholarship and Policy Making (Offsite. 203-A) Communicating Science in Politicized Environments (PCC. and Theorizing White Supremacy (PCC. 202-B) Abolitionist Politics After Ferguson: Race.

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Aarhus University 3.1 CHALLENGES OF ELECTORAL INTEGRITY AND THE CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF EXPERT INDICATORS Room: Marriott. University at Albany.3 DISSERTATION WORKSHOP: ON THE INTERSECTION OF RACE. University of Aarhus 2.2 DISSERTATION WORKSHOP: ADVANCES IN SCIENCE.7 OF CITIES AND GOVERNANCE: NEW THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO URBAN GOVERNANCE Room: Offsite. ETHICS. Wilfrid Laurier University 2. MATCHING. New York University D. Katzenstein. 201-A Part: Jason Seawright. 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM APSA Short Course 2. Indiana University South Bend SIMULATIONS AND GAMES FOR INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS PCC. AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY Room: PCC. Boise State University John Hudak Caroline Heldman. Purdue University Sarah Allen Gershon.4 EIP BREAKOUT 1 Room: Marriott. Franklin 3 Chair: Pippa Pippa Norris. University at Albany.9 . Brams. Brown. 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM APSA Events 1. 111-A Part: Peter J. 203-A Part: Justin S. Scacco. AND TRACING (QMMR2) Room: PCC. Drexel University MacAlister 2019-2020 (325060 Chestnut Street) DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : 5001 Page 221 221 Daily Schedule Part: 2. 106-AB Part: Steven J. AND EMPLOYABILITY Room: PCC. Vaughn. 202-A Part: Meredith L. Boise State University Corey Cook. 107-A Part: Nadia E. Mercyhurst College 2. Drexel University MacAlister 2019-2020 (325060 Chestnut Street) Co-sponsored by DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL POLITICS 2.6 PROTEAN AND CONTROL POWER IN INTERACTION Room: PCC. Syracuse University 2. SUNY Nina A. University of Sydney 3. Harvard University 3. Weiss. Harvard University Svend-Erik Skaaning. Nelson. Jensen. TECHNOLOGY. Smith.10 Room: Part: UNDERSTANDING COMPLEXITY: A SIMPLE GUIDE TO USING & DEVELOPING ABM'S & NETWORKS FOR RESEARCH PCC. American Political Science Association 3. Hinze James M. 203-B Jennifer M. 104-A Part: Robert X. Georgia State University 3. 202-B Liz Johnson. Franklin 2 Part: Pippa Pippa Norris. Florida State University Room: Part: 2.7 RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT GROUP: EMERGING RESEARCH FROM MENA WORKSHOPS ALUMNI Room: PCC.3 DOING POLITICAL SCIENCE IN THE FIELD: FIELD RESEARCH.DAILY SCHEDULE Wednesday. Northwestern University 2. ENGAGEMENT. Purdue University Joshua M.1 MEETING OF COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ELECTORAL SYSTEMS (CSES) PROJECT Room: PCC. 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM APSA Short Course 4. ETHNICITY AND GENDER IN AMERICAN POLITICAL BEHAVIOR Room: PCC. 102-A Part: Andrew Stinson. Cornell University 3. Kollars.1 CITY POLITICS IN AN INCREASINGLY URBAN WORLD: MAINSTREAMING THE LOCAL IN SCHOLARSHIP AND POLICY MAKING Room: Offsite. Syracuse University Diana Kapiszewski.1 CAUSAL CASE STUDIES: COMPARING. Purdue University Wednesday. Marc Kilgour. Complex Systems Institute UNCC “WHAT? I HAVE TO LEAD A PROGRAM ASSESSMENT?!?” LEADING YOUR DEPARTMENT OR PROGRAM ASSESSMENT PROCESS FOR REGIONAL ACCREDITATION PCC. Georgetown University Sebastian Karcher. Franklin & Marshall College Casey Delehanty. August 31.6 MATHEMATICS AND DEMOCRACY: DESIGNING BETTER VOTING AND FAIR-DIVISION PROCEDURES Room: PCC.5 EIP BREAKOUT 2 Room: Marriott. 204-B Victor Asal.8 RESEARCHING THE C-SPAN VIDEO LIBRARY Room: PCC. Lehigh University Sean McKitrick. 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM APSA Short Course 3. 201-C Part: Colin Elman. University of California. Indiana State University Wednesday. Ohio State University 3. Santa Barbara Ramiro Berardo. 303-AB Part: Sarah Anderson. Browning. 204-C Wednesday.5 MANAGING AND SHARING QUALITATIVE DATA AND QUALITATIVE RESEARCH TRANSPARENCY (QMMR3) Room: PCC. Occidental College Candice J.8 Room: Part: Annika M. 201-B Part: Derek Beach. Franklin 4 Chair: Alessandro Nai.2 DESIGNING MULTI-METHOD RESEARCH (QMMR1) Room: PCC. SUNY 2. 2016 Wednesday.4 EMBRACING APPLIED POLITICS IN THE CLASSROOM AND CURRICULUM Room: PCC. American University Joseph Morris.

Wednesday, 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Chair:

Part:

Marion Orr, Brown University
Kristin R. Good, Dalhousie University
Richard Stren, University of Toronto
Clarence N. Stone, George Washington University
Ronald K. Vogel, Ryerson University
Blair A. Ruble, Woodrow Wilson Center
Mara Sidney, Rutgers University, Newark
Martin George Horak, University of Western Ontario
Maureen M. Donaghy, Rutgers University, Camden
David Kaufmann, University of Bern
Theresa Enright, University of Toronto
Veronica Herrera, University of Connecticut
Laura A. Reese, Michigan State University
Elizabeth Ann Strom, University of South Florida

6.5
Room:
Part:
6.6
Room:
Part:

6.7
Room:
Part:

Wednesday, 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM
APSA Short Course
5.1
DATABASE AND WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT FOR
PUBLIC POLICY: THE COMPARATIVE POLICY
AGENDAS PROJECT
Room: Offsite, Temple University Center City Campus
Part:
Bryan D. Jones, University of Texas, Austin
Frank R. Baumgartner, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Joseph Paul McLaughlin, Temple University

6.8
Room:
Part:
6.9
Room:
Part:

Wednesday, 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM
APSA Short Course
6.1
A POLITICAL PRIMER ON THE PERIODIC
STATE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION
REFERENDUM
Room: PCC, 202-B
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
AND JURISPRUDENCE

Part:

6.2
Room:
Part:
6.3

Room:
Part:
6.4
Room:
Part:

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J.H. Snider, iSolon.org
Richard Briffault, Columbia University
John Dinan, Wake Forest University
David M. Farrell, University College Dublin, Belfield
Craig B. Holman, Public Citizen
Carol S. Weissert, Florida State University
William Dawes Blake, University of Maryland,
Baltimore County
Sanford Levinson, University of Texas, Austin
ABOLITIONIST POLITICS AFTER FERGUSON:
RACE, PRISONS, POLICE, AND THEORIZING
WHITE SUPREMACY
PCC, 104-B
Sean Parson, Northern Arizona University
ASSESSING POLITICAL SCIENCE CIVIC
ENGAGEMENT AND PEDAGOGY INITIATIVES:
THE CONSORTIUM FOR INTER-CAMPUS SOTL
RESEARCH, THE NATIONAL SURVEY OF
STUDENT LEADERS
PCC, 203-A
J. Cherie Strachan, Central Michigan University
Elizabeth A. Bennion, Indiana University
COMMUNICATING SCIENCE IN POLITICIZED
ENVIRONMENTS
PCC, 108-A
James N. Druckman, Northwestern University
Samara Klar, University of Arizona
Yanna Krupnikov, Stony Brook University
Arthur Lupia, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

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Room:
Part:

DESIGNING AND CONDUCTING FIELD
RESEARCH (QMMR5)
PCC, 201-B
Benjamin L. Read, University of California, Santa Cruz
PROCESS TRACING (QMMR 4)
PCC, 201-A
Andrew Bennett, Georgetown University
Jeffrey T. Checkel, Simon Fraser University
Tasha A. Fairfield, London School of Economics
SET-THEORETIC MULTI-METHOD RESEARCH:
COMBINING QCA AND PROCESS TRACING
(QMMR6)
PCC, 201-C
Ingo Rohlfing, University of Bremen
Carsten Q. Schneider, Central European University
THE METHODS STUDIO: WORKSHOP—
TEXTUAL ANALYSIS AND CRITICAL
SEMIOTICS—AND “CRIT”
PCC, 108-B
Dvora Yanow, Wageningen University
Peregrine Schwartz-Shea, University of Utah
UNLOCKING SUCCESS WITH FAILURE
PCC, 203-B
Lee D. Walker, University of North Texas
Jennifer Segal Diascro, University of California,
Washington DC (UCDC)
Susan M. Sterett, Virginia Tech
Erik S. Herron, West Virginia University
Judith Grant, Ohio University
YOU HAVE A JOB OFFER: GET THE MOST OUT
OF IT
PCC, 204-B
Amy L. Atchison, Valparaiso University

Wednesday, 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
APSA Events
7.1
APSA AWARDS CEREMONY
Room: Marriott, Liberty Ballroom

Thursday, September 1, 2016
Thursday, 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM
APSA Events
8.1
COMMITTEE ON THE STATUS OF LATINOS IN
THE PROFESSION BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Marriott, Room 301
8.2
FIRST-TIME ATTENDEE BREAKFAST
Room: Marriott, Liberty Ballroom
8.3
TEACHING AND LEARNING COMMITTEE
BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Marriott, Room 308

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM
Theme Panels
9.1
20 YEARS AFTER WELFARE REFORM
Room: PCC, Ballroom AB
Chair: Sanford F. Schram, Hunter College, CUNY
Part:
Frances Fox Piven, Graduate Center, CUNY
Kaaryn Gustafson, UCI Law
Ron Haskins, Brookings Institution
Lawrence M. Mead, New York University

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

9.2

DATA ACCESS, TRANSPARENCY, AND
REPLICATION IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
Room: PCC, 114
Chair: William G. Jacoby, Michigan State University
Part:
Raymond Duch, CESS Nuffield
Nicole Janz
Arthur Lupia, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Neil Malhotra, Stanford University
Colin Elman, Syracuse University
9.3
GLOBAL GOVERNANCE: STAGNATION OR
TRANSFORMATION?
Room: PCC, 204-C
Chair: Miles Kahler, American University
Part:
Martha Finnemore, George Washington University
Daniel W. Drezner, Tufts University
Jessica Green, New York University
Judith Kelley, Duke University
Jon C. W. Pevehouse, University of Wisconsin, Madison
APSA Events
10.1
APSA INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE BUSINESS
MEETING
Room: Marriott, Room 302
10.2
FIRST GENERATION SCHOLARS IN THE
PROFESSION ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION
Room: PCC, 202-A
Chair: Lorrie Frasure-Yokley
Part:
Pei-te Lien, University of California Santa Barbara
Els de Graauw, Baruch College
Virginia H. Gray, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
Jessica L. Lavariega Monforti, Pace University
Kamal Sadiq, University of California, Irvine
Cherry Rain, Redlands Community College
10.3
MINORITY STUDENT RECRUITMENT
PROGRAM (MSRP) BEST PRACTICES MEETING
Room: Marriott, Room 301
Division Panels
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
11.1
MACHIAVELLI’S "FLORENTINE HISTORIES"
Room: PCC, 102-A
Chair: Alison McQueen, Stanford University
Disc:
John P. McCormick, University of Chicago
Papers: Machiavelli and Guicciardini on the Medici Regime
Mark Jurdjevic, Glendon College, York University
Corruption and Popular Judgment in Machiavelli's
Florentine Histories
Amanda M. Maher
MachiavelliĀs Istorie Fiorentine as Chronicle of Popular
Revolt
Yves Winter, McGill University
Machiavelli's Commercial Republic
Catherine H. Zuckert, University of Notre Dame

DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
11.3
AMERICAN POLITICAL THOUGHT AT THE
MARGINS
Room: PCC, 108-B
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL
THEORY

Chair:
Disc:

Kimberly K. Smith
Justin Rose
Kimberly K. Smith

Papers: "Malignant Prejudiceď: Easton, Race, and the Ethics of
American Republicanism
Melvin Lee Rogers, University of California, Los
Angeles
Democracy: Doing it Over
Melissa A. Orlie
Unsettling American Political Thought: Wendell BerryĀs
Vision of Transformation
Michael Lamb, Wake Forest University
Europeans into Americans: Turner, Tocqueville, and
Democracy at the Frontier
Matthew Longo, University of Oxford
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
11.4
FRENCH LIBERALISM AND THE BIG PICTURE
Room: PCC, 108-A
Chair: Greg Conti, Jesus College, Cambridge
Disc:
Samuel Moyn
Papers: Filling the ĄEmpty Spaceď: What Is Original about
LefortĀs Theory of Democracy?
Greg Conti, Jesus College, Cambridge
Is ĄDemocratic Constructivismď Possible?
Lisa J. Disch, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Pierre Rosanvallon and the Goal of Democratic
Intelligibility
William Selinger
Rethinking the ĄFrench Liberal Revivalď
Iain Graham Stewart, University College London
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
11.5
THE LIFE AND WORK OF RICHARD E.
FLATHMAN
Room: PCC, 113-C
Chair: Paige Digeser, University of California, Santa Barbara
Part:
Nancy J. Hirschmann, University of Pennsylvania
Sophia Mihic, Northeastern Illinois University
Douglas C. Dow, University of Texas at Dallas

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DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
11.2
ROUSSEAU AND HIS PREDECESSORS
Room: PCC, 107-B
Chair: Genevieve Rousseliere, University of WisconsinMadison
Disc:
Genevieve Rousseliere, University of WisconsinMadison
Jason Rosensweig, University of Chicago

Papers: Refined Epicureanism and Rousseau's Political Thought
Jared Holley
RousseauĀs Sparta: What Lycurgus Tells Us About the
Lawgiver
Robert Lee McNish
Christopher R. Hallenbrook, Bloomsburg University
of Pennsylvania
The Triumph of Wisdom in RousseauĀs Reception of
Cicero
Megan Kathleen Dyer, Texas A&M University
RousseauĀs "Emile" as Rejoinder and Reinforcement of
LockeĀs "Education"
Rita Koganzon, Harvard University
Rousseau's Princely Psychology: RousseauĀs "Prince"
and the "Prince" in Rousseau
Alan Joseph Kellner, Northwestern University

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Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

Norma Claire Moruzzi, University of Illinois, Chicago
Stephen Engelmann, University of Illinois, Chicago
David P. Weinstein, Wake Forest University
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
11.6
RETHINKING HISTORICAL AND STRUCTURAL
INJUSTICE
Room: PCC, 105-AB
Chair: Dimitrios E. Efthymiou, Goethe University Frankfurt
Disc:
Jeanne Morefield, Whitman College
Papers: Narrating Historical Injustice: Responsibility and the
Politics of Memory
David Temin, University of Minnesota
Adam J. Dahl, Sewanee: The University of the South
ĄWisdom Comes Through Sufferingď: The Political
Wisdom of Mourning Injustice
Heather N. Pool, Denison University
Refusing Empathy
Alexander Keller Hirsch, University of Alaska
Structural Solidarity
Mara Marin, Frankfurt University
DIVISION 4: FORMAL POLITICAL THEORY
11.7
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY
Room: PCC, 107-A
Chair: Kristopher W. Ramsay, Princeton University
Disc:
Colin Krainin, Princeton University
Papers: Crisis Bargaining Games with Privately Informed Allies
Bradley C Smith, University of Rochester
Dynamic Alliances: Short Run Shifts in Power
Colin Krainin, Princeton University
International Institutions and Rogue States Deterrence
Catherine Hafer, New York University
Umberto Mignozzetti, New York University
Outbidding as Deterrence: Endogenous Demands in the
Shadow of Group Competition
William Spaniel, Stanford University
War as a Stick: Fighting to Keep Adversary's
Unobservable Actions in Check
Bahar Leventoglu, Duke University
DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
11.8
GENDER AS A CAMPAIGN CUE
Room: Marriott, Franklin 10
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS
RESEARCH

Chair:
Disc:

Jessica Robinson Preece, Brigham Young University
Laura Stoker, University of California, Berkeley

Papers: Girlpower Gone Awry: How Feminine Looks Affect
CandidatesĀ Perceived Competence
Rachel Velázquez Bernhard
Implicit Gender Cues in Candidate Communication
Jennifer Jean Jones, University of California, Irvine
Measurement of Multiple Attitudes toward Women and
Men as Political Candidates
John Brehm, University of Chicago
Megan Savel, University of Chicago
The Demobilizing and Mobilizing Effect of Campaign
Rhetoric on Women and Men
Nichole Bauer, University of Alabama
Yanna Krupnikov, Stony Brook University
Sara Shahmirzadi Yeganeh, Stony Brook University

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Voter Gender Bias and Support for Female Political
Leaders
Leonie Huddy, SUNY, Stony Brook
Johanna Willmann, SUNY, Stony Brook University
DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
11.9
ISSUES, PARTIES, AND BELIEF SYSTEMS
Room: Marriott, Room 408
Chair: Nathan P. Kalmoe, Louisiana State University
Disc:
Nathan P. Kalmoe, Louisiana State University
Matthew S. Levendusky, University of Pennsylvania
Papers: Consequences of Issue-Partisan Conflicts on Vote
Choice and Participation
Katherine McCabe, Princeton University
Do Party Elites drive Mass Polarization over Global
Warming? A Survey Experiment
Matt Luttig, University of Chicago
Dynamic Constraint
Alexander Coppock, Yale University
Donald P. Green, Columbia University
Party versus Policy: How Competing Information
Affects CitizensĀ Opinions
Cheryl Boudreau, University of California, Davis
Scott A. MacKenzie, University of California, Davis
The New Ideological Electorate: Partisan Threat and
Ideological Social Identity
Jarrod Kelly, University of Pittsburgh
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
11.10
AUTHORITARIAN CONTROL AND
AUTOCRATIC SURVIVAL
Room: PCC, 103-C
Chair: Cierra Belin, American Political Science Association
Papers: A Theory of Media Control and Liberalization
Ryan Yuhao Fang, The Pennsylvania State University
A Theory of Propaganda
Carlo Matthias Horz, New York University
Bypass Aid and Autocratic Survival
Matthew DiLorenzo, Vanderbilt University
Revolution and Authoritarian Control
Tusi Wen, Duke University
Trust, Malfeasance and Power
Mahvish Shami, London School of Economics
Amy Nivette, University of Oxford
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
11.11
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF SOVEREIGN RISK
Room: PCC, 103-B
Chair: Andreas Fuchs, University of Heidelberg
Disc:
Layna Mosley, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
Papers: The Political Economy of Sovereign Debt Issues
Cameron Ballard-Rosa
Layna Mosley, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
Rachel Wellhausen
Sovereign Loans and Military Corporation with Respect
to Security Risks
Jonas Bunte, University of Texas at Dallas

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

Sovereign Debt, Regime Type and the Rise of Chinese
Ratings Agencies
Andreas Fuchs, University of Heidelberg
Kai Gehring, University of Zurich
Daniel McDowell, Syracuse University
The Political Economy of Sanctions and Sovereign Bond
Ratings
Glen Biglaiser, University of North Texas
David J. Lektzian, Texas Tech University
Sovereign Borrowing, Divided Government, and
Government Survival in Democracies
Matthew R. DiGiuseppe, University of Mississippi
Patrick E. Shea, University of Houston
DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY
11.12
COLONIAL INSTITUTIONS, STATE CAPACITY,
AND CONFLICT
Room: PCC, 203-B
Chair: Andreas Wimmer
Disc:
Didac Queralt, Institute of Political Economy and
Governance
Papers: The Anatomy of Colonial Police Forces in former
German Southwest Africa
Jan Henryk Pierskalla, The Ohio State University
Alexander De Juan, GIGA German Institute of
Global and Area Studies
Historical Legacies and Political Conflict: Evidence from
Peru
Jenny Guardado, Georgetown University
Colonial Origins of Maoist Insurgency in India
Shivaji Mukherjee, University of Toronto
Varieties of Violence: Conflict and Sovereignty in South
Asia
Adnan Naseemullah, King's College London
DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
11.13
AGGREGATE DATA IN THE STUDY OF
POLITICAL BEHAVIOR
Room: Marriott, Franklin 11
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND
VOTING BEHAVIOR

Chair:
Disc:

Dorothy Kronick, Stanford University
Chamna Yoon, baruch college
Curtis S. Signorino, University of Rochester

Co-sponsored by DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS

Chair:
Disc:

Alison Craig, Ohio State University
Lorien Jasny
Jennifer Nicoll Victor, George Mason University

Papers: Detecting Changes in Network Time Series using
Bayesian Inference
Jong Hee Park, Seoul National University
Yunkyu Sohn, University of California, San Diego
Fuzzy Social Network Analysis of the Role of IOs in
International Conflict
Badredine Arfi, University of Florida
Assessing Military Access in Politics: A Dyadic
Methodology
David Sylvan
Jean-Louis Arcand, Graduate Institute of
International and Development Studies
Public Discourse in Ideological Communication
Networks
Jennifer L. Brookhart, University of Wisconsin,
Madison
Alexander M. Tahk, University of
Wisconsin–Madison
DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
11.15
SPATIAL DATA ANALYSIS: METHODS AND
APPLICATIONS
Room: Marriott, Franklin 3
Chair: Jeff Gill, Washington University
Disc:
Melissa Sands, Harvard University
Emily Schilling, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Papers: A Redistricting Method Based on Interregional Mobility
and Social Interaction
William Hobbs, UC San Diego
Connecting Context and Attitudes with Dynamically
Geolocated Survey Data
Ryan T. Moore, American University
Andrew Reeves, Washington University in St. Louis
Combining Design Effects with Neighborhood Effects in
Survey Research
Pierre F. Landry, NYU-Shanghai
Leave The Person Out? Reassessing Personalized
Measures of Interracial Context
Yamil Velez, Wesleyan University
DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE EDUCATION
11.16
BEST PRACTICES IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
ASSESSMENT
Room: Marriott, Room 305
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND
LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

Chair:
Disc:

Jeffrey F. Kraus, Wagner College
Fletcher McClellan, Elizabethtown College

Papers: Faculty Perceptions and Internship Outcomes
Bobbi Gentry, Bridgewater College
Renee B. Van Vechten, University of Redlands
Shamira M. Gelbman, Wabash College

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Papers: Analyzing Decision Records from Committees
Moritz Marbach
BLP-Lasso for Aggregate Discrete Choice Models
Applied to Elections
Sergio Montero, University of Rochester
Matthew Shum, California Institute of Technology
Hyunsook Moon-Chen, University of California,
Santa Barbara
Improving Ecological Inference by Predicting Race from
Voter Registration
Kabir Khanna, Princeton University
Kosuke Imai, Princeton University
Voter Turnout and Preference Aggregation
Yasutora Watanabe, Hong Kong University of
Science and Technology

DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
11.14
METHODOLOGICAL ADVANCES IN SOCIAL
NETWORK ANALYSIS
Room: Marriott, Room 306

225

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

Evaluating the Use of Digital Portfolios in
Undergraduate Courses
Kelly Clancy, Nebraska Wesleyan University
Institutional versus Departmental Assessment: Exercises
in a False Dichotomy
Patrick F. McKinlay, Morningside College
Valerie M. Hennings, Morningside College
The Perfect Storm: Navigating Enrollment Declines in
Political Science
David A. Crockett, Trinity University
John R. Hermann, Trinity University
In Search of Grading Nirvana
Matthew M.C. Roberts, Grand Valley State
University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
11.17
25 YEARS OF CRITICAL JUNCTURES:
COLLIER & COLLIER'S SHAPING THE
POLITICAL ARENA
Room: PCC, 204-B
Chair: Thad Dunning, University of California, Berkeley
Part:
Deborah Yashar, Princeton University
Kenneth M. Roberts, Cornell University
Robert R. Kaufman, Rutgers University, New Brunswick
Sebastián Mazzuca, Johns Hopkins University
Gerardo L. Munck, University of Southern California
Steven Levitsky, Harvard University
Christopher H. Achen, Princeton University
DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS
11.18
INEQUALITY, REDISTRIBUTION, AND
DEMOCRACY
Room: PCC, 201-B
Chair: Eunyoung Ha, Claremont Graduate University
Disc:
Christian Houle, Michigan State University
Papers: Inequality, Dualization, and Redistributive Spending in
Developing Countries
Yu-Min Hsu, National Taiwan University
Redistributive Policies and Political Order in Central
Asia and North Africa
Frances Loustau-Williams, University of Pittsburgh
Farhod Yuldashev, University of Pittsburgh
The Inequality Trap: How High Inequality Increases the
Probability of Democracy
Joan Carreras Timoneda, University of Maryland
Sebastian Vallejo, University of Maryland, College
Park
The structure of inequality and middle-income support
for redistribution
Noam Lupu, Vanderbilt University
Jonas Pontusson, University of Geneva
Transnational Myths and Mobilization: Agrarian Reform
from Brazil to the US
Anthony R. Pahnke, St. Olaf College
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
11.19
CIVIL SOCIETY AND AGENCY OUTSIDE THE
STATE
Room: PCC, 109-AB
Chair: Abhishek Chatterjee, University of Montana
Disc:
Kent E. Freeze, Carleton College

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Papers: Brightening the Bright Spots: NGOs and Public Service
Provision in India
Emily R. Clough
Defining the Truth: Peruvian Social Science and
Indigenous Resistance
Cyrus Ernesto Zirakzadeh, University of Connecticut
Perceptions of civil society organizations in rural China:
the skeptical society
Taiyi Sun, Boston University
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
11.20
COMPETING AND GOVERNING IN
MULTIETHNIC SOCIETIES
Room: PCC, 201-A
Chair: Leonardo R. Arriola, University of California, Berkeley
Disc:
Robert A. Blair
Papers: Overcoming Coethnic Favoritism: An Experiment in an
African Democracy
Eric J. Kramon, George Washington University
Claire Leslie Adida, UCSD
Jessica Gottlieb, Texas A&M University
Gwyneth McClendon, Harvard University
Political Endorsements and Cross-Ethnic Voting in
Africa
Leonardo R. Arriola, University of California,
Berkeley
Donghyun Danny Choi, University of California,
Berkeley
Matthew Gichohi, University of California, Berkeley
Ethnic Favoritism in KenyaĀs Bureaucracy after
Independence
Jeremy Horowitz, Dartmouth College
Who Gets on the Ballot: Vote Buying, Ethnicity, and
Candidate Entry in Ghana
Nahomi Ichino, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Noah Nathan, University of Michigan
Dangerous Disconnect: Elite Misperception and Violence
Outbreak in Elections
Steven Rosenzweig, Yale University
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
11.21
ETHNIC POLITICS IN PAKISTAN, AFRICA, AND
CHINA
Room: PCC, 112-B
Chair: Clayton J. Cleveland, Ohio University
Disc:
Martin Mendoza-Botelho, Eastern Connecticut State
University
Papers: Ethnic Ties, Political Clout or Efficiency: Who Gets
What Services and Why?
Ghazia Aslam, George Mason University
Persistence Despite Change: Ethnicity and Power in
Africa
Beth Rabinowitz, Rutgers University
Public Goods Spending and Ethnic Identity in Rural
China
Elise Pizzi, University of Iowa
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
11.22
GOVERNANCE AND STATE PERFORMANCE
Room: PCC, 111-B
Chair: Samuel Brazys, University College Dublin

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

Disc:

Maiah Jaskoski, Northern Arizona University

Papers: Elections and Goods Provision in Decentralized
Developing Countries
Barry Driscoll, Grinnell College
Making Development Work: The Quality of Government
Approach
Bo Rothstein, University of Oxford
Risks and Rewards: How Political Institutions Shape Oil
Income
Jordan Kyle, International Food Policy Research
Institute
When State Capacity Interferes with Policy Diffusion
Florence Larocque
DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES
11.23
SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND CONTENTIOUS
POLITICS ACROSS REGIONS
Room: PCC, 113-A
Chair: Mneesha Gellman, Emerson College
Disc:
Jessica J. Price, Tulane University
Papers: Donor Funding & Social Movement Demobilization:
The Barabaig Movement, Tanzania
Kristin McKie, Saint Lawrence University
Resistance Movement Participation and Tax Morale in
Timor-Leste
Diana Greenwald, University of Michigan
The Student Movement and Welfare Politics in ĄThird
Waveď Asian Democracies
Illan Nam, Colgate University
DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF ADVANCED
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES
11.24
WELFARE STATE AND INSTITUTIONS
Room: PCC, 110-AB
Chair: Christian Rudolf Thauer, The Hebrew University of
Jerusalem
Disc:
Erik Jones, Johns Hopkins University

DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY
11.25
CONTENTIOUS POLITICS IN EUROPE
Room: PCC, 201-C
Chair: Katrin Uba, Uppsala University
Disc:
Katrin Uba, Uppsala University

DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
11.26
THE POLITICS OF CENTRAL BANKING IN
ADVANCED ECONOMIES
Room: PCC, 103-A
Chair: Jeffry A. Frieden, Harvard University
Disc:
Jeffry A. Frieden, Harvard University
Papers: Policy ideas at the BoJ; Why breaking away from
monetary orthodoxy took so long?
Gene Park, Loyola Marymount University
Giacomo Chiozza, Victoria University of Wellington,
Political Science and International Relations
Programme
Saori N. Katada, University of Southern California
The Federal ReserveĀs Support Coalition in Congress
J. Lawrence Broz, University of California, San
Diego
Forward Guidance as a New Idea: Changes in the MPC
Discourse of the MPC under King and Carney
Cheryl M. Schonhardt-Bailey, London School of
Economics
Derek William Valles
Central Bank Independence, Economic Growth, and
Inequality
Raymond Hicks
Cristina Bodea, Michigan State University
The ECB in the Brave New World of Broad Central
Banking
C. Randall Henning, American University-SIS
DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
11.27
DETERRENCE AND COERCION
Room: Marriott, Franklin 2
Chair: Keir Lieber, Georgetown University
Disc:
Keir Lieber, Georgetown University
Papers: Demonstrating Military Power: The Sources of
Successful Extended Deterrence
Evan B. Montgomery, Center for Strategic and
Budgetary Assessments
Stacie Pettyjohn, RAND Corporation
Deterrence Across Domains: How the Choice of Means
Affects Strategic Ends
Erik Gartzke, UCSD
Jon R. Lindsay, University of Toronto
Nuclear Deterrence Theory in Asia: Ideational Beliefs
and Nuclear Strategy
James Turner Simpson, Boston University
The Logic of Bargaining with Cyber Weapons
Richard Andres

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Papers: Inward Conquest: Health Care and Policing in the 19th
and Early 20th Centuries
Ben William Ansell, Nuffield College, University of
Oxford
Johannes Lindvall, Lund University
Political Contexts of the Age Orientation of the Welfare
State
Yesola Kweon
Kohei Suzuki, University of Gothenburg
Reforming the Banks: Mobilization and Control in
Europe and the United States
J. Nicholas Ziegler, Brown University
Rethinking the Social Investment State: Investment in
Ethnic Minorities
Amos Zehavi, Tel Aviv University
Dan Breznitz

Papers: Contentious Politics during Economic Crisis: SelfImmolation as a Form of Protest
Ingrid Bego, Western Carolina University
Democracy in Crisis: Mobilizing for ĄReal Democracyď
in Iceland and Scotland
Alyssa Maraj Grahame, University of Massachusetts
Amherst
Industrial Conflict in the European Union, 2005-2012
Nicholas Toloudis, The College of New Jersey
Rewarding Contention: Political Capital of Social
Movement Activists
Dominika Roksana Kruszewska

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
11.28
THE DYNAMICS OF CIVIL CONFLICT
Room: Marriott, Franklin 1
Chair: Michael Weintraub, Binghamton University (SUNY)
Disc:
Michael Weintraub, Binghamton University (SUNY)

From Nonalignment to Strategic Autonomy: the
Evolution of IndiaĀs Foreign Policy
Szu-hsien Lee, National Tsing Hua University
Yu-tai Tsai, National Chung Cheng University
(Taiwan)
MonroeĀs Legacy: Regional Exclusion Doctrines in
Comparative Perspective
Steven F. Jackson, Indiana University of
Pennsylvania
The Belt and Road Initiative and the Making of ChinaĀs
Grand Strategy?
Lina Benabdallah, University of Florida

Papers: An Invitation to the Table: Inclusive Peace Agreements
in Civil Conflict
Caroline Brandt, UC Berkeley
Friends or Foes? Rebel to Rebel Relations and Multiparty Civil War Outcomes
Sema Hande Ogutcu-Fu, Binghamton University
(SUNY)
seden akcinaroglu, binghamton university
International Politics by Other Means: External Sources
of Civil War Escalation
Mark Toukan, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Military Intervention and Opposition Group
Fragmentation in Civil Conflict
Daniel Gustafson, University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill
Stephen E. Gent, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill

DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
11.31
DISASTERS AND VIOLENCE
Room: Marriott, Salon A
Chair: Elena V. McLean, SUNY, University at Buffalo
Disc:
Resat Bayer, Koc University

DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND ARMS
CONTROL
11.29
EXPLAINING THE VIOLENCE IN SYRIA
Room: PCC, 104-A
Chair: Howon Jeong, School of Conflict Analysis and
Resolution, George Mason University
Papers: Lessons from Syria: A Transformation in the Role of
Chemical Weapons?
Hassan Elbahtimy, Centre for Science and Security
Studies
Susan B. Martin, University of London, Kings
College
Geoffrey A. Chapman, King's College London
The International Order and the Arab Spring
Benjamin Miller, University of Haifa
When Civilians are Attacked: State Gender Equality and
Terrorist Targeting
Laura Huber, Emory University
Why Leaders Gas their Own People: Contrasting Causal
Mechanisms in Iraq & Syria
David Palkki, Air War College
Lawrence P. Rubin, Georgia Institute of Technology
ĄWeĀll Whack Them in the Outhouseď: Russian
Counterinsurgency History and Syria
Andrea M. Lopez, Susquehanna University

DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
11.32
ECONOMICS OF WAR
Room: Marriott, Salon B
Chair: Theresa Schroeder, Radford University
Disc:
Rosella Cappella, Boston University

DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY
11.30
GRAND STRATEGIES, GREAT POWERS,
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES
Room: Marriott, Franklin 5
Chair: Bruce W. Jentleson, Duke University
Disc:
Bruce W. Jentleson, Duke University
Papers: A Marketing Theory of ChinaĀs Rise and Niche Strategy
in International Relations
Chunman Zhang, Johns Hopkins University
Do Relative Economic and Military Strength Determine
Grand Strategy Choice?
Raymond W. Deppen, University of Missouri, St.
Louis

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Papers: Economic Sanctions and Disaster Preparedness
Elena V. McLean, SUNY, University at Buffalo
Taehee Whang, Texas A&M University
Health Rights, Epidemic Disasters and Political Unrest:
The Sickly Trinity
Graig R. Klein, New Jersey City University
Natural Disasters, Aid, and Conflict: The Case of Floods
in Colombia
Jorge Gallego, Universidad del Rosario
The Determinants of Environmental MigrantsĀ Conflict
Perception
Vally Koubi, ETH Zurich
Tobias Friedrich Karl Boehmelt, University of Essex
Gabriele S. Spilker, University of Salzburg
Lena M. Schaffer, ETH Zürich

Papers: Industrialization, Trade, and Democracy: Tracing the
Path Towards Zones of Peace
Alex Antony, Indiana University
Inequality, Redistributive Conflict, and the Changing
Pattern of War Finance
Chia-Chien Chang, UC Santa Barbara
Information, Markets, and War Dynamics
Jeffrey B. Arnold, University of Washington
The Business of Peace: New Data on The Role of
Corporations in Peace & Conflict
Molly M. Melin, Loyola University, Chicago
Promises in the Nuclear Age: Why Alliances Are
Violated More Often After 1945
Matthew Fuhrmann, Texas A&M University
Molly Berkemeier
DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES
11.33
THE STRATEGY OF NONVIOLENCE
Room: Marriott, Salon C
Chair: Luke N. Condra, University of Pittsburgh
Disc:
Ches Thurber, Northern Illinois University

Thursday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

Papers: A Farewell to Arms? Reassessing the Effectiveness of
Non-Violent Resistance
Costantino Pischedda, University of Miami
Non-Violent Revolutions and Democratic Change
Marianne Dahl, PRIO / NTNU
Violent and Non-violent Electoral Contention in SubSaharan Africa
Manuel Vogt, Princeton University
How the Occupy Wall Street Movement Fails to Change
Privately Owned Public Space
Hao Cao, The University of Texas at Austin
DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES
11.34
POLARIZATION IN CONGRESS
Room: Marriott, Franklin 8
Chair: Sean M. Theriault, University of Texas, Austin
Disc:
Mary Layton Atkinson, University of North Carolina,
Charlotte
Papers: Modeling Polarization in the Congress and the 50 State
Legislatures
Lynda W. Powell, University of Rochester
An Ideological Measure For All Bills: Congress is Not
as Polarized as its Output
Scott Guenther, University of California--San Diego
Does Intra-District Polarization Cause Party Polarization
in Congress?
Hiroki Kubo, Osaka University
The Causes of Fiscal Dysfunction in Congress
John M. Sides, George Washington University
The Pork Barrel, Polarization, and U.S. Congressional
Elections
Andrew H. Sidman, CUNY-John Jay College
DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY
11.35
INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN AND RESOURCES
REDISTRIBUTION
Room: Marriott, Franklin 12
Chair: Terry M. Moe, Stanford University
Disc:
Terry M. Moe, Stanford University
Bruce E. Cain, Stanford University

Papers: Voters, Activists and Policy Representation
Jan E. Leighley, American University
Jennifer Oser, Ben-Gurion University
Toward a New Theory of Democratic Regulatory
Governance
Jong-sung You, The Australian National University
Seung-Hun Hong, The Australian National University
The Tea Party Movement and Policy Responsiveness at
the State Level
Tony E. Carey, University of North Texas
Christopher S. Parker
What Factors Guide Issue Prioritization among Interest
Groups?
Darren R. Halpin, Australian National University
Anthony J. Nownes, University of Tennessee
Bert Fraussen, Australian National University
DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS
11.37
NEW DATA, NEW METHODS IN THE STUDY OF
LAW AND COURTS
Room: PCC, 113-B
Chair: Raul Alberto Sanchez Urribarri, La Trobe University
Disc:
Matthew C. Ingram, University at Albany, SUNY
Papers: Building a Cross-National Database of Jurisprudence on
Non-CitizensĀ Rights
Rebecca Hamlin, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst
Bridging the Methodological Divide: Predictions and
Legal Scholarship
Christopher Krewson, University of Wisconsin,
Madison
Exploring Determinants of Judicial Performance in
Developing Countries
Joseph L. Staats, University of Minnesota, Duluth
The Ideological Content of Reversals v. Affirmances
Revisited
Doug Rice, University of Massachusetts
Gregory A. Caldeira
Charles E. Smith, University of Mississippi
Christopher Zorn, Pennsylvania State University
The Political Geography of European Legal Integration
R. Daniel Kelemen, Rutgers University, New
Brunswick
Tommaso Pavone, Princeton University
DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS
11.38
WORKING AROUND PUBLIC LAW AND
COURTS
Room: PCC, 203-A
Chair: Michael W. McCann, University of Washington, Seattle
Disc:
Michael W. McCann, University of Washington, Seattle
Papers: Commercial Arbitration as an Instrument of Corporate
Power
Eric Thomas George, York University

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Papers: Choice and Design in the Designation of Metropolitan
Planning Organizations
Susan Marie Miller, University of South Carolina
Elisabeth R. Gerber, University of Michigan
Justice For All? Relying on Legal Services Corporations
and Legal Aid Societies
Mathew D. McCubbins, University of Southern
California
Equity and Representation in StateĀs Water Grant
Allocation
Iris Hui, Stanford University
Bruce E. Cain, Stanford University
Examining the Impact of Direct Democracy on Finances
of Local Governments
Jason Thomas, Syracuse University
Yilin Hou, Syracuse University
Michelle Lynn Lofton, Syracuse University
PolicyTargeting as a Strategic Public Choice for
Redistributive Spending
Dong-Wook Lee, Claremont Graduate University

DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY
11.36
THE DYNAMICS OF INSTITUTIONAL,
ORGANIZATIONAL, AND POLICY
RESPONSIVENESS
Room: Marriott, Franklin 6
Disc:
Ginger Silvera, Zayed University

Purdue University Papers: Formal and Informal Institutions: Key Challenges in Analysis and Transformation Georgina Waylen. Leibniz Universität Hannover Christian Herzog. Princeton University Bennett Butler Facing Diversity: Categorizing Ambiguous Candidates in Canada and the US Benjamin Forest. Room 303 Chair: Dominic Heinz. University of Manchester New Rules for the WorldĀs Women? Power.42 DESCRIPTIVE REPRESENTATION Room: Marriott. University of Calgary DIVISION 32: RACE. Madison Framed? Media Construction of Legal Knowledge in an Age of Litigation Parker Read Hevron. Lancaster. University of Birmingham Francesca Gains. Texas Christian University Disc: Emily Farris. Merrimack College DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS 11. University of Wisconsin. University of Bamberg Disc: Victoria Elizabeth Tait Iris Reus. Berlin Social Science Center Challenges but no Transformation: Religious Instruction in Public Schools Julia von Blumenthal. McGill University Mike Medeiros. Princeton University Pavielle Haines. Schmidt. Chicago Old Rights. University of Southern California DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE 11. Rutgers University Papers: Political Monitoring in a Federated System: The Case of Germany Thomas D. Franklin 9 Chair: Joanna Tice.41 FEMINIST INSTITUTIONALISM AT 10 YEARS: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON TRANSFORMATIVE CHANGE Room: Marriott. Laurel Weldon. University of California Berkeley Is Barack Obama a Good Descriptive Representative? Tali Mendelberg. Agency and UN Women Fiona S. Boston University S. The Graduate Center. University of Oregon Transforming Liberalism Through Corporate and Community Rights Elisabeth K. Mackay. Deardorff.40 GREAT TRANSFORMATIONS IN GERMAN POLITICS: BETWEEN REFORM AND CHANGE Room: Marriott. Loyola University. Informal Legacies: The Impact of Gender Quotas in Ireland Leah Culhane.39 CONSTRUCTING RIGHTS. University of Bamberg Tobias Schulze-Cleven. Emory University Governing the Big Data Society ĉ The Response to New Regulatory Challenges Lena Ulbricht. Universität Duisburg – Essen Iris Reus. University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Papers: Finding Common Ground: Judicial Conceptions of Political Community Stuart L Chinn. Texas Christian University Rebecca J. Princeton University The Master's Tools: Tribal Contracting and the Struggle for Sovereignty Danielle Delaney. University of Edinburgh Formal Change.43 EVANGELICAL CHRISTIANITY Room: Marriott. University of Toronto DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS 11. Vassar College The Role of the Courts in Transgender Rights Susan Mezey. University of Sussex Karen Beckwith. Room 304 Chair: Michelle D. Meeting Room 501 Chair: Emily Farris. University of Bamberg Public Broadcasting Funding: A Mastered Great Transformation? Dominic Heinz. University of Manchester Merit in Cabinet Appointment? Informal Rules and Women's Ministerial Recruitment Claire Annesley. CUNY Disc: Joanna Tice. Case Western Reserve University Susan Franceschet. Leibniz Universität Hannover Iris Reus. The Graduate Center. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Papers: 'Colour Blind' Politics and the Obama Presidency Richard Johnson. McGill University Spencer Piston. Kreitzer. Chaves. Franklin 7 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS 230 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 230 Co-sponsored by Political Studies Association Chair: Disc: Vivien A. 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM The Effect of Retrenchment Threat on Lawsuit Claiming Paul J. CUNY Papers: Religious Chickens or Partisan Eggs? Religious Switching and Political Ideology Jonathan Parent. Oxford University Winners from the Losing Team? Descriptive Representation and Elections Christian Dyogi Phillips. Neiheisel.Thursday. Humboldt Universtät zu Berlin Steffen Beigang Transformation of Federalism? Federalism Reform impact on Länder Policy-Making Nicolai Dose. Syracuse University Sarah Staszak. New Problems: The Right to Petition in the 21st Century Kevin J. University of Manchester Looking Local: Sub-national Institutions and Policies on Violence Against Women Vivien Lowndes. Texas Woman's University Jeb Barnes. AND COMMUNITIES Room: Marriott. Gardner. McGravey. ETHNICITY AND POLITICS 11. University at Buffalo. SUNY . Le Moyne College Religious Dimensions of Symbolic Conservatism: Pathways to Ideology Jacob R. LAW. Leuphana University Lueneburg DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS RESEARCH 11. Boston University Asian Racial Conservatives in Parliament: A Study in Race and Governmentality Laura Jean Kwak.

44 NEW FRONTIERS IN GROUP-PARTY INTERACTIONS Room: Marriott. Frames. Dartmouth College How Do Americans Want Their Elected Representatives to Make Laws? Bo MacInnis. Michigan Technological University F. Louis Patrick Tucker. Herrnson. College of the Holy Cross Institutionalizing Alliances: Parties and Incentives for Group Recruitment Katherine Krimmel. IMT Institute for Advanced Studies Lucca Daniel Stevens. Syracuse University Operational Contingencies in Degraded Environments Bob Smith. Martinez. Lawless. Ensley. Davis Chair: Disc: . CUNY. Taylor. Birkland. Boston University Friends and Family: What Rewards Await Partisan Interest Groups Richard McGrath Skinner. Louisiana State University Visualizing the 2016 Presidential Election Tim Groeling. Davis Timothy W. Comfort Disc: Thomas A. Wheaton College Electoral Context and Presentation of Self Taeyong Park. Stanford University Sean Westwood.45 HOW DOES ELECTORAL CONTEXT AFFECT VOTER AND CANDIDATE BEHAVIOR? Room: Marriott. Fahey. Washington University in St Louis Collective Responsibility in Congressional Elections Carlos Algara. Kent State University Preferences and Partisanship: Party Cues. Heaney. Auburn University Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 231 231 Daily Schedule Papers: The Effect of Political Trust Under Unified and Divided Government David R. Salon J Chair: David Karol. Jones. University of Wisconsin Paul S. University of Chicago Papers: Ahead of the Class: Feminists and Coalition Building in the Democratic Party Christopher Baylor.48 DISASTERS. Wagner. University of California. Michigan State University The Impact of Electoral. 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM Evangelical Political Economy and the Origins of the Progressive Movement John W. University of Michigan Michael T. Farnsworth. Salon I Michael D. University of Exeter Travis Coan Gabriel Katz. University of Michigan.46 GET IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME: PREFERENCES FOR LEADER RESPONSIVENESS AND REFORM Room: Marriott. University of Florida Gabriel Lenz Papers: Citizen Preferences for Legislator Responsiveness to Different Influences David L Vannette.A. Salon D Chair: Laurel Harbridge. and Attitudes on Trade Christopher P. Stanford University The Language of Leaders and Public Opinion Michael P. University of California. Santa Barbara Jon A. University of California. Michigan State University Alon Peretz Kraitzman. Chapman University At the Crossroads: The New Politics of Latino and Asian American Evangelicals Janelle Wong DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES 11. University of California-Los Angeles DIVISION 39: SCIENCE. and Adaption to Climate Change Adam Wellstead. TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS 11. George Washington University Jennifer L. Madison Papers: Agenda Convergence in Congressional Campaigns Danny Hayes.Thursday. 112-A Chair: Stephen J.47 COVERING CAMPAIGNS Room: PCC. RISK AND GOVERNMENT DECISIONS Room: Marriott. Burden.& Party-systems on Congruence from a Micro-perspective Mirjam Dageförde. University of Mary Washington Working Together in Washington? Partisanship and Interest Group Cooperation Jesse M. Sunlight Foundation Casey Byrne Dominguez. Washington University in St. University of Mary Washington Disc: Michael W. University of Exeter Primary Influences: Campaign Communications in the Local Press Joshua P. Donnelly. University of Wisconsin. Compton. Crosson. National Intelligence University Mitchell Brown. American University Media Flows and Effects in the 2015 British General Election Susan A. Smidt. Room 307 Chair: Louise K. Sciences Po Paris DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION 11. Colaresi. Disaster Recovery Rules and Local Climate Adaptation Efforts Bridget K. University of Maryland Disc: Ruth Bloch Rubin. University of San Diego Female Candidate Recruitment as a Function of Policy Demanders Rosalyn Cooperman. Banducci. Krosnick. Auburn University Kathleen Hale. Michigan State University Corwin D. Darr. Ann Arbor DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR 11. North Carolina State University Papers: Administrative Traditions.M. Stanford University Sarah Anderson.E. Risk Aversion. Northwestern University Disc: Barry C. Baruch College The Difficult Kind: Challengers and the Problems Posed by Electorates Michael J. University of Connecticut DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION 11.

Department of Political Science.53 HOW TO BUILD A NATIONAL IDENTITY DATABASE (LIKE A CONSTRUCTIVIST) Room: Marriott. National University of Singapore Bentley B. Duke University Deserai Anderson Crow. but not Revolts Christian Goebel. 104-B Chair: Carisa R. National Taiwan University From Resistance Movements to Constitutionalism in Emerging Democracies in Asia Michael Curtis Davis.52 IN THE SPOTLIGHT: CELEBRITIES IN US AND INTERNATIONAL POLITICS Room: PCC. College of Charleston Short-term Changes in Voter Intention in Myanmar's Landmark Election David G. American University Incumbency Advantage and Online Dialogue in Iran Navid Hassanpour. Arugay. Catholic University of America Papers: Assisted Reproductive Technology in Discourse: What's Left "Not-said"? Laci Hubbard-Mattix Military Wives. Weiss. London Metropolitan University Celebritizing the ĄSwedish Modelď: Celebrities & Prostitution Decriminalization Edith Kinney. University of WisconsinMadison Transformative Temporalities Kellan Anfinson DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION 11.Thursday. Democracy. Franklin 4 Chair: Aqil Shah Disc: Meredith L. University at Buffalo Papers: (In)Visible (In)Justice Jennifer Lawrence Critical Transformative Politics and the New Green Consensus Andy Scerri. SlutWalks. Tully The Structural Weakness of a Tutelary Regime: A Common Agency Approach Yuki Takagi. San Jose State University DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS 11. Salisbury University Sarah Surak.51 THE QUESTION OF DEMOCRACY IN ASIA Room: Marriott. Santa Barbara Marina Duque. Showden. and Celebrity Mark Wheeler. University of Colorado Denver Lydia A. or No Gender Angelika von Wahl. and Surrogacy Benefits Melissa Haussman. 111-A Chair: Beth Ginsberg Disc: Sarah Elizabeth Spengeman. George Washington University Deen G. Affirmation. Lafayette College . Three. Salon KL Chair: Marc Lynch. Showden. Schwartz. University of Vienna 232 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 232 DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS 11. University of Auckland Papers: Lights! Camera! Misinformation? Celebrities & Human Trafficking Samantha Ann Majic. Princeton University Papers: Ideological Diversity and Political Tolerance in Egyptian Twitter Networks Alexandra Arons Siegel. University of California. Johns Hopkins University Bridget Coggins. Winthrop University Theorizing Deep Capital Jonathan P. Lawhon Policy Learning and Information Processing Matthew Nowlin. Meeting Room 502 Co-sponsored by Green Politics and Theory Chair: Disc: Sarah Surak. University at Albany. University of the Peloponnese Human Rights. Carleton University Amanda Grace Roberts Sex Wars. American University Brendan Nyhan. Harvard University DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND POLITICS 11. University of Ottawa Ted Hopf. Stanford University Hans Hanpu Tung. CUNY-John Jay College Migrant Celebrities in Greece Sotirios Petropoulos.49 THE POLITICAL EFFECTS OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE MIDDLE EAST Room: Marriott. George Washington University Disc: Amaney Jamal. Virginia Tech Ethos. Columbia University DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE 11.50 PRESENT ENVIRONMENTAL INEQUALITIES AND TRANSFORMATIVE POTENTIALITIES Room: Marriott. and Transformation in the Work of Herbert Marcuse Michael Lipscomb. Salisbury University Chad Lavin. University of Nebraska Kearney Transforming Gender Dualism Through Intersex Activism: Two.54 CONTROLLING THE BODY Room: PCC. State and Federal Insurance Plans. University of the PhilippinesDiliman DIVISION 40: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS 11. Franklin 13 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND POLITICS Chair: Part: Srdjan Vucetic. 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM Risk Perceptions and Policy Learning in the Aftermath of Extreme Flooding Elizabeth Ann Albright. University of Auckland Disc: Carisa R. Freelon. Dartmouth College Online Polarization in EgyptĀs Failed Transition Marc Lynch. NYU The Causes and Consequences of Misperceptions in the Middle East Thomas Zeitzoff. and Carceral Feminism Lorna Norman Bracewell. University of Hong Kong Crisis Not Reequilibration: Post-Coup Instability in Southeast Asian Democracies Aries A. SUNY Aqil Shah Papers: How Regime Responsiveness in China Facilitates Protests. Allan.

University of Aosta Valley Italian Party Financing in Comparative Perspective Piero Ignazi. The Hastings Center Disc: Michael K. VALEO AT 40: NEW THINKING. Florida State University Jeffrey Vincent Swanson. California State University.56 FIELD EXPERIMENTS ON SECURITY AND VIOLENCE Room: Marriott. Reed. Boston University Papers: Democracy and Health: Insight from Argentina's Provinces James W. Berkeley Related Groups 12. New York University Disc: Bernd Beber. University of MassachusettsBoston The Suspicious Consensus: Ideological (Dis)similarities in Immigration Attitudes Alexander Kustov. Irvine DIVISION 55: CLASS & INEQUALITY 11. University of Bologna Political Change and Stability in Russia and Italy Vincent Della Sala. Florida State University Nursing Student Perceptions of Older Adult Substance Abuse Sara J. Harvard University Jonathan Phillips Leah R Rosenzweig DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH 11. Goethe University Frankfurt Migrant Visibility and Host-Society Attitudes toward Migration Jeffrey Daniel Pugh. Weissert. Malnight. The World Bank Group Joseph Harris. Social Science Research Center WZB Richard Traunmuller.55 THE POLITICS OF PUBLIC HEALTH IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Room: PCC. Room 409 Chair: Bernd Beber. Princeton University Papers: A History of Violence: Field Evidence on Trauma. University of Massachusetts. Stanford University Papers: Case Management: Delegation or Abdication William G. Duke University Part: Steven M. Boston University Disc: Varun Gauri. Gusmano. Organizational Type and the Quality of Health Care Provision Melani Cammett.1 AGING POLICY AND POLITICS GROUP: POPULATION AGING: CHALLENGES TO SOCIAL POLICY Room: Marriott. UC Irvine School of Law Raymond J. Brooklyn Law School DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 233 233 Daily Schedule Papers: Islamophobia: Xenophobia or Religious Intolerance? Marc Helbling. George Washington University Theda Skocpol Thomas E. Room 414 Chair: Guy-Uriel Charles. Princeton University Do Migrant Remittances Inhibit Sanction Success? Joshua P. New York University Konstantin Ash. Gusmano. is Renzi's Leadership also Sufficient for Changing Italy? Sergio Fabbrini. Gusmano.H Okma Michael K. University of Glasgow Simona Piattoni. Schaffner. New York University DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP 11. The Hastings Center . Lewis University The Bright Side of Ageing Kieke G. Hasen. Brown University Political Context.57 MIGRANTS & HOST SOCIETIES Room: PCC. Room 309 Chair: Nicholas Carnes. McGuire. Luiss Guido Carli Renzi's Jobs Act: A New Era for the Italian Labour Market Policy? patrik vesan.58 AUTHORS MEET CRITICS: HACKER AND PIERSON ON AMERICAN AMENSIA Room: Marriott. 202-B Chair: Sara Angevine. Berkeley Jacob S. Yale University Paul Pierson. Amherst Lee Drutman. Teles Henry Farrell. University of California. New America Diana Dwyre. Room 410 Chair: Michael K. Università degli Studi di Trento 12. Duke University School of Law Part: Richard L. Transparency. University of California. 106-AB Chair: Joseph Harris. and Conflict in the Mining Sector of Peru Renard J Sexton.Thursday. Hacker. University of California.2 CONFERENCE GROUP ON ITALIAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY: ITALIAN POLITICS UNDER RENZI AND BEYOND: TRANSFORMATION OR STAGNATION? Room: Marriott. Wesleyan University State Responses to Public Health Challenges in Maoist China and Nehruvian India Prerna Singh. University of Salford Papers: Renzi's Government and the Primacy of Politics Maurizio Carbone. Room 412 Chair: Martin J Bull. Chico Joel Mark Gora. NEW DIRECTIONS ON CAMPAIGN FINANCE Room: Marriott. UC -San Diego Joan Ricart-Huguet. The Hastings Center 12. Harvard University The Effect of Mass Bed Net Distribution Campaigns on Politics in Tanzania Kevin Croke Non-Compliance with Polio Vaccination in Northern Nigeria Shelby Grossman.3 LAW AND POLITICAL PROCESS STUDY GROUP: BUCKLEY V. La Raja. Discounting and Present Bias Vera Mironova A Randomized Evaluation of State-Led Village Policing in Papua New Guinea Jasper Jack Cooper Accountability. Harvard University Aytug˘ S¸as¸maz. University of Trento Although Necessary. Mann. Amherst Brian F. University of Massachusetts. 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM DIVISION 48: HEALTH POLITICS AND HEALTH POLICY 11. Whittier College Disc: Pete Mohanty.

4 Room: Chair: Part: WOMEN'S CAUCUS FOR POLITICAL SCIENCE: THE TASK FORCE ON POLITICAL SCIENCE IN THE 21ST C 5 YEARS LATER Marriott. Shanghai Jiaotong University Political and Economic Consequences for Chinese Cities of Anti-Japanese Protests Jeremy L. San Diego Evaluating Labor Markets of Online Crowdsourcing Platforms in China Xiaojun Li. Princeton University Understanding ĄRed Memoryď: Maoist Nostalgia in Contemporary China Jeffrey Arshad Javed Iza Ding. Cornell University Why Do Autocrats Manipulate Nationalism?: Evidence from China Chuyu Liu. 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM Division Panels DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF COMMUNIST AND FORMER COMMUNIST COUNTRIES 13. University of California. Yale-NUS College Thursday. Tsai. Harvard Kennedy School Patronage Networks. Berkeley Xi Lu The Pitfalls of Information Gathering Through Citizen Complaints Jennifer Pan. Pinderhughes.Thursday. Factionalism: Evidence from Xi JinpingĀs Corruption Crackdown Peter L. University of Notre Dame Michael A. Academia Sinica Meritocracy vs. Room 415 Chair: Bruce J. San Diego Yiqing Xu. University of Michigan. Collusion. Room 308 . University of Pittsburgh Contentious Politics and Authoritarian Coercive Capacity Yuhua Wang. Wallace. Princeton University Edmund J. Menlo College Denise Marie Walsh. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Imperial Exams as a Representative Institution Tianyang Xi. Peking University We Asked You: Policy Preferences and Consultative Democracy in China Dimitar D Gueorguiev. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Uncovering Hierarchies Using Career Paths and Network Measures Franziska Barbara Keller. Pennsylvania State University Pollution and Regime Support: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Beijing Meir Alkon. University of British Columbia Weiyi Shi. University of California. University of Texas at Austin Lily L. Pennsylvania State University Yingjie Wei. Wallace. Merced Papers: Measuring Ideology Using Social Media Data Yiqing Xu. Harvard University Chih-Jou Jay Chen. Cornell University Terri E Givens. Pennsylvania State University Xiao Ma. San Diego Ideology under Autocracy: Explaining Political Participation in China Jason Yuyan Wu.1 CHINESE POLITICS: CONTESTATION FROM WITHIN AND BELOW Room: Marriott. Princeton University Strategic Shuffling of Provincial Leadership Teams in China David Janoff Bulman. University of California. San Diego Religious Institutions and the Impact of Inter-Ethnic Inequality on Conflict Xun Cao. Princeton University Erik H Wang. Landry Jennifer Pan. Stanford University Margaret E Roberts. Shih. and Economic Performance Junyan Jiang. University of Virginia Sherri L. Malesky. Stanford University 234 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 234 How does Property Tax Reform Affect CitizenGovernment Relations in China? Xiaobo Lu. Particularistic Accountability. San Diego Rory Truex. University of Chicago Intra-factional Competition. Columbia University Data Manipulation. Duke University Haifeng Huang. Rutgers University Thursday. Alexander-Floyd. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Pierre F. University of California. Media Coverage and Political Promotion in China Ji Yeon (Jean) Hong. Ann Arbor Yujeong Yang The Precarious Policy of Censorship Tianguang Meng. Harvard Kennedy School Kyle Alan Jaros.1 APSA COMMITTEE ON THE STATUS OF ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICANS BUSINESS MEETING Room: Marriott. Lorentzen. University of Louisville Valeria Sinclair-Chapman. University of California. George Washington University Lily L. Yale University Kevin Foley. Cornell University Jessica Chen Weiss. Ash Center. Stanford University Victor C. 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM 12. Syracuse University The Logic of Authoritarian Political Selection: Evidence from China Hanzhang Liu. Gallagher. and the Tournament Model Steven Matthew Oliver. University of California. Room 411 Dianne M. Purdue University Lisa Garcia Bedolla. University of California. Penn State University Chuyu Liu. Columbia University Moving In and Moving Up? Labor Conditions and China's Changing Development Model Mary E. 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM APSA Events 14. Dickson. Tsinghua University Jennifer Pan. Berkeley Luis Ricardo Fraga Nikol G. UCSD Disc: Margaret E Roberts. Tsai. University of Washington The Great Firewall in Comparative Perspective Rory Truex. University of California. Stanford University Authoritarian Rule of Law: Experimental Evidence from Chinese Courts Yue Hou Daniel Mattingly. Jones-Correa. UCSD Boliang Zhu.

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Franklin 10 Chair: Samara Klar. 105-AB Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS Chair: Disc: Michael S. Emory University Papers: Bureaucratic Leadership and State Capacity: Evidence from the Philippines Nico Ravanilla. Garcia Albacete. WZB Berlin Social Science Center DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY 17.Thursday. The University of Chicago Papers: The Shared Burdens of Social Cooperation Lucas Stanczyk. TOBB University of Economics and Technology Papers: How Political Advertising Tone Affects Cognitive Processing Keena Lipsitz 236 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 236 Testing the Online Model of Candidate Evaluation in a More Realistic Environment Richard R. University of Florida Democratic Illusions in Canadian Public Policy Genevieve Fuji Johnson Consensus Deliberation in the Greek Political Assemblies Mirko Canevaro Deliberative Democracy in Latin America: A Comparative Assessment Thamy Pogrebinschi. 203-B Chair: Dawn L. University of Massachusetts. and the Politics of Place Warren Magnusson Time for Change: Bringing Activist Epistemology to Comparative Political Theory Elva Fabiola Orozco Mendoza. Lewis-Beck.5 DELIBERATIVE DEMOCRACY IN EVERYDAY POLITICS Room: PCC. Anderson. Harvard Kennedy School Papers: Deliberative Democracy in Nicaragua Leslie E. Princeton University DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY 17. Chapel Hill Charity Boxes.8 BUREAUCRACY AND STATE CAPACITY Room: PCC.9 MENUS OF (ELECTORAL) MANIPULATION Room: PCC. Carlos III-Juan March Institute of Social Sciences (IC3JM) Mónica Ferrín. 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM Papers: Arendt and Hegel on Place-Making and the Chaos of Things Anna Jurkevics Locality. MIT The Ethics of Economic Growth Julie L. Florida State University Disc: Quintin H. Lowell Hector Bahamonde. CSIC Perceptions of competence in candidatesĀ faces and voices influences vote choice Casey A.6 MARKETS. Klofstad Trait Inferences in High-Information Environments Tessa M. university of iowa Jane Mansbridge. University of Oxford Grigore Pop-Eleches. Rafanelli.7 EVALUATIONS AND INFERENCES IN CAMPAIGN ENVIRONMENTS Room: Marriott. Rose. 103-C Chair: Quintin H. Rutgers University. Florida State University Brendan Pablo Montagnes. Princeton University Discrimination in Strategic Settings Dominik Duell. Lewis-Beck. Lau. Princeton University The People and the Party: Disfranchisement and Party Building David Alexander Bateman. Street Begging. ITAM Cesar Martinelli. Ditonto Kyle Mattes. Dartmouth College Social Equality in a Market Society Jeff Spinner-Halev. Teele. Drexel University Foreign Influence and Democratic Politics Lucia M. Boston College Cengiz Erisen. Collegio Carlo Alberto Marta Fraile. University of Toronto Disc: Brian Berkey. University of Essex Dimitri Landa. 107-B Chair: Joseph H. Columbia University . New Brunswick Mona S. Beazer. Centro de Investigación Económica Corporate Production of State Capacity: Evidence from a Natural Experiment Austin Wright. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and University of Minnesota Rational Sclerosis: A Theory of Transactional Rigidity and Economic Development Alberto Simpser. Beazer. Rutgers University Cognitive Styles and Political Learning in Electoral Campaigns Gema M. and Distributive Justice Cristian Perez. Intimidation. University of North Carolina. NYU DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY 17. University of Iowa DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY 17. and Clientelism in Romanian elections Isabela Mares. University of Pennsylvania Chiara Cordelli. University of Michigan Bureaucrats and Politicians: Electoral Competition and Dynamic Incentives Anusha Nath. university of iowa Christopher Manick. JUSTICE AND CITIZENSHIP Room: PCC. Columbia University Giancarlo Visconti. University of Arizona Disc: Emily Thorson. University of Pennsylvania Disc: Lucas Leemann Joanna Didi Kuo Papers: Shaping Competition: AlliesĀ Party Licensing and the German Extreme Right Giovanni Capoccia. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY 17. Identity. University of Florida Michael S. Kleinberg. Cornell University Voting for the Lesser Evil: Corruption. Stanford University Mark Dincecco. Carens.

Berkeley Messy Data. Johns Hopkins University Jane Y. New York University Yasir Khan.13 ACCOUNTABILITY AND CORRUPTION: POLITICAL ELITES IN DEVELOPING DEMOCRACIES Room: PCC. Bagozzi. Austin Randomization Inference for Outcomes with Clumping at Zero Luke Keele. University of California. University of California. Junn. Franklin 11 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS Co-sponsored by DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES Chair: Disc: Brice Acree. Skidmore College Papers: Analyzing Rerandomized Experiments with HorvitzThompson Estimation Joel A. 204-B Chair: Daniel S. University of Glasgow Xiao Yang A Methodological Framework for the Validation of Political Event Data Benjamin E. Yale University DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY 17. Politicians: Evidence from a Field Experiment on Oversight Pia Raffler. University of Delaware Patrick T.Thursday. UCLA Can SMS-Mobilization Increase Citizen Reporting of Public Service Deficiencies? Guy Grossman. and āShadowĀ Across the Urban-Rural Divide in China Johan Lagerkvist.12 PROMOTION LETTERS: PROBLEMS OF SELFSELECTION & 'DEVALUATION' Room: Marriott. Sparrow. The University of Texas at Austin Part: John J. UC Berkeley Chris James Kennedy. University of Texas at Dallas John R. McConnaughy. University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Robert C. University at Albany. University of California. Room 305 Chair: Bartholomew H.14 DEFINING AND DEPLOYING POLITICAL SPACE IN ASIA Room: PCC.John Jay College Policing Politics: MyanmarĀs Military Regime and Protest Spaces in Transition Marco Bünte. āLoyaltyĀ. Monash University Malaysia āExitĀ. Gingerich. 1918-1944 Dawn L. Georgetown University DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY 17. University of North Carolina. Stanford University Robert Shaffer. University of Texas. Freeman. George Washington University Christian Fong. Middleton. Treisman. Chapel Hill Brice Acree. Weiss.10 CAUSAL INFERENCE IN RANDOMIZED EXPERIMENTS Room: Marriott.11 CODING AND VALIDATING POLITICAL EVENT DATA Room: Marriott. Robust Inference? Assessing New Bayesian & Non-Parametric Techniques Pete Mohanty. 201-C Chair: Meredith L. University of Georgia Jake Ryland Williams. Yale University DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS 17. University at Albany. SUNY Postdemocratic Labour Control in South Korea: The Erasure of WorkersĀ Space Susan Lee Kang. University of Glasgow David Alan Muchlinski. Berkeley Monitoring Violence: Real-Time Change Detection for Conflict Event Data Philipp Hunziker. Stockholm University Meredith L. Chapel Hill Emily Hencken Ritter. University of Virginia Party-Centered Corruption and the Political Control of Bureaucrats Sarah Brierley. University of Pennsylvania Black Civil War Veterans and the Fight to Redeem the Promise of Rights Michael Weaver. Weiss. Merced DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS 17. Teele. CUNY. Franklin 3 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH Chair: Disc: Corrine M. University of Virginia Papers: Bureaucratic Discretion in Clientelistic Contexts: Evidence from Malawi Sarah Andrews. University of Pennsylvania Kristin Grace Michelitch. āVoiceĀ. National University of Singapore Papers: Conceptualizing Political Space and Mobilization in Asia Eva Louise Hansson. Twin Cities Measuring Consolidation of Power: Extracting Event Data from Laws and Decrees Natalie Ahn. Los Angeles Disc: Daniel W. Lieberman. Austin . Stanford University Christopher B Mann. 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM Political Cleavages and Opposition to Female Voters in France. Vanderbilt University Politicians: Experimental Evidence on Candidacy and Performance Saad Ahmad Gulzar. ETH Zurich DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 17. Coleman. SUNY Disc: Edward Aspinall. International Growth Center Bureaucrats vs. Murdoch University DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 237 237 Daily Schedule Papers: A Machine Learning Approach to the Measurement of Electoral Violence Sarah Birch. University of California-Berkeley Using Scalable Machine Learning to Understand Violent Collective Action Lefteris Jason Anastasopoulos. Stockholm University New Modes of Participation in Singapore. University of Texas. University of Minnesota. University of Southern California Kurt Weyland. University of Cailfornia. the Philippines and Malaysia Garry Rodan. Brandt. University of North Carolina. Australian National University Suzaina Kadir.

15 SURVEY AND LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA Room: PCC.Thursday. Rutgers University. Elitist. Goethe University Papers: Land. Jensenius. L. Cairo University Marwa Shalaby. Harvard University Disc: Tarek E. Luiss Guido Carli Matthias M. Norwegian Institute of International Affairs Rajesh Ramachandran. 109-AB Chair: Herbert Kitschelt. or Paralysis? Domestic Politics and the Refugee Crisis Sean Christopher Anderson. Masoud. Harvard University Papers: Passive Support for the Islamic State: Evidence from a Survey Experiment Amaney Jamal. CUNY-York College DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY 17. Loyola University Maryland The Mediated Migration of Chinese Small-Scale Gold Miners in Ghana Yang Jiao. Sarbahi. Columbia University Drivers of Societal Tolerance: Rational. University of Gothenburg Refugee Responses to Foreign Intervention in the Syrian Civil War Daniel Corstange. Boulder ChinaĀs Global Capital vs Social Forces: Contention over ChileĀs Copper Mines Carsten Vala.19 MIGRATION. University of Georgia Papers: Homegrown Terrorism: Why is France Under Attack. Protest. Loyola University Maryland Disc: Deborah Brautigam. Masoud. Portland State University Kristen Kao. University of Minnesota 238 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 238 How Colonial Ideas Shaped Postcolonial Imaginings of Development in India Prerna Singh. Clientelism and Programmatic Linkage Kiril Kolev Yi-ting Wang. 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS 17. Ziegfeld. Johns Hopkins University . Miami University DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES 17. Crepaz.16 TRANSITIONS FROM CLIENTELISTIC TO PROGRAMMATIC PARTY COMPETITION Room: PCC.Chapel Hill & VU Amsterdam Kathleen R. George Washington University Democratization Through Competition: Historical Lessons from India Maya Jessica Tudor Adam W. 110-AB Chair: Markus M. National Cheng Kung University Political Economy of Programmatic and Clientelistic Partisan Politics Herbert Kitschelt. Emotional or Religious? Mazen Hassan. Wayne State University Quiet Riot: Estimating a Causal Effect of Protest Violence Emiliano Raphael Huet-Vaughn. The Catholic University of America Purgatory. and Islamism on Voter Preferences Lindsay J.18 POLITICS OF CHINA’S INVESTMENT AND RESOURCE EXTRACTION IN AFRICA & LATIN AMERICA Room: PCC. and Colonialism: Evidence from India Alexander Lee. Ziegfeld. ETHNICITY AND PROTEST Room: PCC. New Brunswick Gary Marks. McNamara. 111-B Chair: Irfan Nooruddin. 201-A Chair: Carsten Vala. Middlebury College Selecting by Ethnicity: Remigration Policies in The Netherlands and Japan Michael Orlando Sharpe. University of Colorado. Brown University The Colonial Origins of Democratic Dominance: The INC in Comparative Perspective Adam W. Georgetown University Sergio Fabbrini. Qatar University Examining the Effects of Gender. Johns Hopkins/SAIS Papers: African Agency and Resource Management: the Case of China Exim Bank in Angola Lucy Jane Corkin. University of Gothenburg Ellen M. Lust. Princeton University Part: R. State Capacity. UNC . Matthijs. SESRI. L. Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (KITLV) DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 17. RMB Westport Resource-Based Development and the Politics of Chinese Investment in Namibia Meredith J DeBoom. 201-B Chair: Tarek E. Georgetown University Disc: Francesca R. Daniel Kelemen. University of Gothenburg Papers: The Foundation of Policy-based Politics in Africa Nic Cheeseman Ethnic Group Inequality. University of Rochester Land Tenure and Communist Insurgency in India Anoop K. Benstead. 203-A Chair: Kim Lane Scheppele. Crepaz. Qatar University Justin Gengler.17 LEGACIES OF HISTORICAL AND COLONIAL PAST IN SOUTH ASIA Room: PCC. Princeton University Mark Tessler. Why Has Germany Been Spared? Dorle Hellmuth. Duke University The Political Economy of Meritocracy: Elections and Bureaucracy in Indonesia Ward Berenschot. Princeton University Michael Robbins. University of Michigan Qualification or Affiliation? Explaining Candidate Evaluations among Arab Voters Bethany Shockley. George Washington University DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 17. University of Georgia Disc: Markus M. Ethnicity. Rice University DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS 17.20 EUROPE'S INTERSECTING CRISES Room: PCC. Duke University Disc: Carl Dahlstrom.

San Diego Strategic Speech and International Politics Arthur A. Stein DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION 17.26 NUCLEAR SECURITY: PAST AND PRESENT Room: PCC. Doves. University of Wisconsin.22 ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION AND PUBLIC OPINION Room: PCC. Princeton University Unipolarity in Historical China: Moving Beyond Americentrism Yuan-kang Wang. George Washington University Brian Radzinsky.27 CRITIQUING CORE CONCEPTS IN FOREIGN POLICY ANALYSIS Room: Marriott. Conflict. New York University Papers: Self-Interest or Worldview: Who Supports International Redistribution in the US? Gautam Nair. Georgetown University DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY 17. China and the World Program. Texas A&M University Papers: ChinaĀs Rise and the Engagement-Containment Debate Brandon Yoder. San Diego Andy Baker. Princeton University DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND ARMS CONTROL 17. University of Amsterdam Papers: Civilian Casualties and American Public Support for Military Interventions Won Steinbach. and Domestic Politics Lori Helene Gronich. Ramirez. Madison Bordering on Peace: Border Settlement and International Economic Cooperation Gina Marie Riccardella. University of Virginia Pandering to War: Military Escalation in Response to Public Demand Brandon Merrell. Federal University of Pernambuco Thiago Rodrigues São Marcos Nogueira.CGTI / São Paulo School of Economics . Emory University Trade. and Foreign Aid: Two Replications Lauren Prather. Georgetown University Marc L. University of Notre Dame Robert Jervis. University of Virginia Disc: Bernd Beber. Morgan Francis J. 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY 17. and the Future Chi-hung Wei. Tomz.21 DISPUTES IN THE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Room: PCC. Weeks. National University of Singapore "On the Verge of Alliance": Defining and Explaining China-Russia Relations Alexander Korolev. Princeton University Christina Jun-Yao Lai. Yale University Paternalism. Boulder Voting for Capital Mobility: Self-Interest and Attitudes about Capital Controls Stephen Craig Nelson. 104-A Chair: Sonja M. Amadae. University of Colorado. Naval Postgraduate School Papers: A Seasons Theory of Foreign Policy Change: Hawks.Thursday. Davis Promoting Cooperation by Bringing More Disputes Yoo-Sun Jung. University of California. SOKA. Naval Postgraduate School Disc: Christopher Darnton. Duke University How does Public Opinion affect Foreign Policy? Michael R.25 PUBLIC OPINION AND INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT Room: Marriott. MIT Michael Desch.23 BARGAINING AND NEGOTIATION Room: PCC. Princeton University Hypocrisy Costs in Crisis Bargaining: An Experimental Approach Abby Post. University of California. the Past. Race. University of Notre Dame Gary Goertz Brokering Security Cooperation: Diplomacy. Perceptions. George Washington University Anthony M. Franklin 2 Chair: Abby Post. Center for Strategic & International Studies DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 239 239 Daily Schedule Papers: Bargaining in the UN Security CouncilĀs Formal and Informal Meetings Richard Loeza. Gavin. Johns Hopkins University Globalization and Welfare State Attitudes in Newly Industrialized Asia Sijeong Lim. Tel Aviv University Disc: Adam Dean DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY 17. Steinberg. 103-B Chair: Eyal Rubinson.FGV Screening for Losers: Institutions and Information Jason S. 103-A Chair: Richard Nielsen Disc: Jennifer L Tobin. Stanford University Jessica L. George Washington University How Does Trust Among Ambassadors Affect Diplomacy in International Negotiations? Shawn L. University Tokyo DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY 17. Western Michigan University DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY 17. National University of Singapore Rhetorical Entrapment toward China: The Present. 102-A Disc: Hartmut Lenz. Georgetown University Papers: Regime Type and Assertiveness in the WTO Cristiane Carneiro. Northwestern University David A. Franklin 5 Chair: Christopher Darnton. and Compromise: Incentives for Cooperative Bargaining Outcomes Ryan Brutger. Georgetown University Disc: Oriana Skylar Mastro. Center for Global Trade and Investments . University of Amsterdam Brian Burgoon. Columbia University .24 CHINA IN THE WORLD Room: Marriott. and the Origins of NATO Daisuke Minami. Busch. P. University of Sao Paulo Flávio da Cunha Rezende. University of Wisconsin-Madison Keren Yarhi-Milo. University of Helsinki Part: Patrick M. Franklin 1 Chair: Oriana Skylar Mastro. Bell.

Day. Bushouse. University at Buffalo. SUNY Eric M. University of Bamberg Committees as Contexts for Descriptive and Substantive Representation Jorge Miguel Fernandes.32 HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON PUBLIC POLICY Room: Marriott. University of Louvain Laura Morales. Harvard Kennedy School DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES 17. Politics. University of Bamberg Thomas Saalfeld. University of Denver Civilian-Militant Interactions in Terrorist Territories Joel K. University of Virginia Where Women Fight: New Data on Women's Participation in Rebel Groups Jakana Thomas. Franklin 12 Chair: Manny P. New York University Valentina Mele. & OPPORTUNITIES IN THE EMPIRICAL STUDY OF SUBNATIONAL VIOLENCE Room: Marriott. Wilk The Creation of a Constituency: The Tennessee Valley Authority. 1933-1962 Devin Caughey.30 LEGISLATIVE ORGANIZATION AND IMMIGRANT-ORIGIN REPRESENTATIVES IN EUROPE Room: Marriott. and Government Support for HBCUs Deondra Rose. University of Memphis At the Pleasure of the State: Policy. University of Leicester Parliamentary Parties as Contexts for Descriptive and Substantive Representation Thomas Saalfeld. Salon B Chair: Michael Horowitz. K. University of Bamberg DIVISION 24: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 17. University of Oxford Making Electoral Peace: How Peacekeeping Activities Influence Electoral Violence Hannah Smidt DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES 17. Università Bocconi Public Participation. Michigan State University Days of Contention: Introducing NAVCO 3. Kansas State University Mandating Security: UN Peacekeeping Mandates and Civilian Protection Gabriella Elizabeth Lloyd. Duke University State and Local Enforcement of Fair Housing Policy Charles M. University of Houston Jeffrey D. Teodoro. University of Bamberg DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 240 Disc: Kaare Wallace Strom. Texas A&M University Profit from Administration: Examining BankruptcyĀs Street-Level Bureaucrats Serena Laws DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY 17. University of Warwick Andrea Ruggeri. Wingate University . Caverley. University of Georgia DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES 17. and Politics Magdalena Krajewska. University of Denver Jonathan Pinckney. University of Pennsylvania Disc: Jonathan D. Independent Scholar Michael Callaghan Pisapia. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sara N. 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM Measuring and Reclassifying Soft Power Instruments Judit Trunkos Risk Disposition and Deterrence Effectiveness: An Experimental Examination Zachary Zwald. Franklin 4 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY Chair: Disc: Emily D. Room 303 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY Chair: 240 Thomas Saalfeld. Universite Libre de Bruxelles Thomas Saalfeld. Chatfield. Texas A&M University Papers: A Missing Link between Fiscal Shock and Privatization Gyeo Reh Lee. University of Bamberg Jorge Miguel Fernandes. College Park Jessica Maves Braithwaite. University of Maryland.31 PRIVATE MANAGEMENT | PUBLIC VALUE Room: Marriott. University of Pennsylvania Philip B.28 DATA. Bello-Pardo. Support. University of California. University College London Disc: Lisa Hultman.29 DISAGGREGATING PEACEKEEPING: NEW DATA ON OPERATION ATTRIBUTES Room: Marriott. University of Arizona Honor Among Thieves: Understanding Cooperation Among Violent Non-State Actors Michael Horowitz. CHALLENGES. & Compliance in Water Utility Privatization David Switzer. Indiana University Political Accountability and Public-Private Infrastructure Partnerships Anthony Michael Bertelli. Kansas State University Carla Martinez Machain. Salon A Chair: Kristin Marie Bakke. Sie Cheou-Kang Center. University of Denver National ID Card Proposals in the 1970s: Backlash.Thursday. Potter. San Diego Papers: Rules of Procedure and the Floor Activities of Immigrant-Origin Legislators Lucas Geese Jean-Benoit Pilet. Wake Forest University Papers: A Century of Transformation in Child Policy Brenda K. University of Bamberg The Presence of Citizens of Immigrant Origin in Regional Legislaures Régis Dandoy. Uppsala University Papers: The Effect of Different Troop Deployments on Conflict Initiation by Host States Michael E. Lamb. Berejikian. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Papers: The Foundations of Rebel Groups in Latin America Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham. Mission Leadership and Mission Effectiveness Vincenzo Bove. University of Massachusetts Doug Imig. American University Phil Nicholas. Conservation. The Ohio State University Blue Helmets.0 Erica Chenoweth. University of Denver Evan Perkoski. Flynn.

Amherst Papers: Civic Constitutionalism and Civil Rights Wayne D. ETHNICITY AND POLITICS Chair: Disc: Linda Kay Mancillas Heather Silber Mohamed. Curry. Calfano. Kastellec. University of Notre Dame God and Gender: Latinx Identity and Public Opinion Toward Transgender Rights Brian F. Finn. College Park Money Talks: Gendered Electoral Financing in Malawi and Zambia Ragnhild Louise Muriaas. University of Texas at El Paso DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE 17. 113-B Chair: John P. Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico Who Gets What.37 RACE & RELIGION Room: Marriott. Collins. Trinity University Hans J. Race. ETHNICITY AND POLITICS 17. Menlo College Race. 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS 17. University of Notre Dame Juan Valdez. Room 304 Chair: Rebecca McCumbers Flavin Disc: John E. University of Georgia The Diffusion of the Law in the American States Abigail A Rury. Moore. Chr. Smith. Federal University of Pernambuco . Rice University Strengthening the Regulatory Framework of Subnational Debt in Mexico Heidi Jane M. African American and Anglo Civic Engagement Lakeyta Monique Bonnette. and the New Deal Revolution Sean Beienburg.36 GENDER. Clark University Terri L. Princeton University Nicholas Almendares. University of North Texas Brian R. Martinez-Ebers. Rhodes College Daniel Blyth Magleby. Hassell. Lehigh University The Union Indissoluble: Federalism and Antebellum Constitutional Instability Robinson Woodward-Burns. Princeton University Disc: John P. University of Maryland. University of Iowa The Players Matter: Attorney Influence on Trial-Level Outcomes Todd A. Princeton University Fiscal Federalism and Sovereign Risk: Evidence from Eurozone Bond Spreads Kyle Hanniman. Queen's University Metropolitan Institutions in Brazil: Public Goods and Prospects for Development David Hughes. Georgia State University Adrian D. and Parental Status on Candidate Viability Camille Danielle Burge. Virginia Tech Popular Constitutionalism. Meeting Room 501 Chair: John Francis Burke. the States. University of Notre Dame Mark Brockway. AND CONFLICTS Room: Marriott.34 AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT: ACTORS. Pitzer College James Benjamin Taylor. Franklin 7 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 32: RACE. Faith and Conservatism on Public Opinion about Immigration Ricardo Ramirez.35 ISSUES IN FISCAL FEDERALISM Room: Marriott.33 EXPLAINING JUDICIAL DECISION MAKING (USCOA AND US STATE COURTS) Room: PCC. Pantoja. Villanova University DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS 17. Washington University in St. Romano. Religion and Public Policy Preferences Tony E. Georgia State University Sarah Allen Gershon. University of Colorado at Boulder Disc: Renée J.Thursday. ORDERS. Tulane University Papers: Fragmentation and Litigation Outcomes in Contemporary US Policy Implementation Miranda Yaver. Room 306 Chair: Srinivas Parinandi. RACE. University of Pennsylvania Toward an Iconography of Multiple Orders: Visualizing Constitutional Development Eric Lomazoff. Western Carolina University The Sentence of Death: Communication and Retention Costs on State High Courts Michael K. Towner Papers: Black Women Mayoral Candidates in the Age of āBlackLivesMatter Nadia E. Carey. AND POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS Room: Marriott.G. Northwestern University Melissa R. Binghamton University DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS RESEARCH 17. Cornell College Papers: The Role of Culture. Johnson. University of Bergen Vibeke Wang. Michelsen Institute Who Wins? Investigating Gender. University of North Texas Valerie J. Brown. Michelson. Kastellec. Texas A&M DIVISION 32: RACE. Shenandoah University Todd A. and Representation: Evidence from Brazil Giuliana Pardelli. University of North Carolina Wilmington Muslim American Core American Values Reem Abou-samra. and How? The allocation of federal transfers in Brazil Mariana Batista. Ainsworth. Harrison. University of Massachusetts. Purdue University Jamil Shatema Scott Minority Women Candidates: The Intersection of Race and Gender Stereotypes Heather Hicks. Louis How Equal is Equal? The EEOC and the Federal Court of Appeals Scott H. Wesleyan University Rebecca Hamlin. Trinity University Disc: John Francis Burke. Villanova University Melissa Hodges. When. Local Taxation. University of Cincinnati Religion & Social Capital: Latino. Villanova University Substantive&Descriptive Rep:An Experiment on Electoral Rules & Intersectionality Kostanca Dhima. Wayne State University DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 241 241 Daily Schedule Papers: Federal Transfers.

University of Florida Paulina S. The Pennsylvania State University Glenda Oskar. Salon J Chair: Dalston G Ward. National University of Ireland James McBride Do Voters Swing in the Rain? The Impact of Bad Weather on U. Washington University in St. Political Disaffection. Aarhus University Bert Bakker. Memorial University Geo-Targeting with Campaign Emails? A Field Experiment Taewoo Kang. Valdosta State University Cameron McClure. Hansen. University of Copenhagen Papers: Do Interactions With Candidates Increase Voter Support and Participation? Vincent Pons. Rice University Public Attitudes towards Islamist Parties in the Post Arab Spring Era Alireza Raisi DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND ELECTORAL SYSTEMS 17. Positive Campaign Advertisements Ryan Yuhao Fang. Tulane University Religion and Politics of Constitution-Making in Tunisia. Manifesto Statements. Bingham Powell. Failures of Ideological Congruence G. Washington State University Orion A Yoesle. University of Nottingham Negative vs.S. Vrije Universiteit Brussel Sam Depauw. Harvard Business School Enrico Cantoni. University of Washington Tacoma Islamist Parties and Institutional Sources of Moderation A. Subjective Norms and Civic Duty Edward A. Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs In Opposition to the Opposition Zsuzsanna Blanka Magyar. and Turkey Etga Ugur. Salon C Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION Chair: Disc: Rune Slothuus. and Democracy in Chile Peter M. University of Toronto Jeroen Karl Joly DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES 17. Louisiana State University Disc: Joshua D Potter.38 ISLAM AND POLITICS BEFORE AND AFTER THE ARAB SPRING Room: Marriott. Rippere. Rice University Papers: Citizen Perceptions. University of Massachusetts. Jacksonville University Seth C. University of Delaware Disc: Muqtedar Khan. University College Dublin. Fieldhouse. 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS 17. Siavelis. Franklin 9 Chair: Muqtedar Khan. University of Amsterdam Papers: Asymmetrical Priming of Issues and Performance Scott Matthews. Washington University in St. Texas Tech University DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR 17. Meeting Room 502 Chair: Joshua D Potter. The Department of Political Science at the University of Gothenburg The Gap between Public and MP Preferences regarding Democratic Representation Audrey André.41 CAMPAIGNING. UCLA New Parties and the Transformation of Party Systems Holger Döring. McKee. University of Bath Social Class Bias in Low-Turnout Elections: Fads and Fallacies Christopher H.Thursday. Egypt. University of Manchester David John Cutts. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Duty for Duties Sake? Descriptive Norms. Craig. Salon D Chair: Peter Charles John. Election Outcomes Erik P Duhaime. Washington State University Negative Campaigning and VotersĀ Electoral Preferences in a Multiparty Setting Annemarie Sophie Walter. Amherst The Missing Structural Perspective of Islam in Democratization & Secularization Khaled Helmy. Princeton University Richard Sinnott. Louis Papers: A Marriage of Convenience: Personalism and Populism in European Democracies Emilia Zankina. PRIMING AND VOTE CHOICES Room: Marriott.42 CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF TURNOUT Room: Marriott. University College London Disc: Kasper M. University of Gothenburg Patrik Ohberg. Washington State University Samuel Callahan Rhodes. Achen. MIT Taylor Moulton .40 DYNAMICS OF MULTIPARTY SYSTEMS Room: Marriott. Pennsylvania State University Symphony without an Audience? Voter Reaction to Issue-Based Campaign Ads Stephen C. Wake Forest University Do Citizens and Politicians Think Alike? ĉ Evidence from a Survey Experiment Peter Esaiasson. American University in Bulgaria Getting a Bigger Slice of the Pie: Portfolio Allocation and the Radical Right Viktoryia Schnose.39 CONGRUENT REPRESENTATION? Room: Marriott. Louis 242 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 242 How Electoral Systems Affect Political Resources: A Revision of DuvergerĀs Law Bernard Tamas. University of Rochester Elite-Mass Congruence. University of Delaware Papers: Birthing the Modern Subject: Subject Transformation in Contemporary Arab Thought Yasmeen Daifallah. Vrije Universiteit Brussel ElitesĀ Knowledge of the PublicĀs Issue Priorities in Three Countries Stefaan Walgrave Peter John Loewen. University of Bremen DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR 17. Louisiana State University Mathias Tromborg. University of Nottingham Cees van der Eijk.Kadir Yildirim.

San Diego Explaining Issue Ownership Change in America Jane Green. University of Houston Jeffrey Milyo. Media. Cobb. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Gary King. University of Pennsylvania Eunji Kim. Universite de Montreal Public Opinion & Climate Change: An Experiment with Message Source and Content Juliet Carlisle.44 THE STRANGER: ASSESSING POLICY RESPONSIVENESS AND ISSUE OWNERSHIP Room: Marriott. Duke University Public Opinion and Climate Change in Canada Erick Lachapelle. Peterson. Iowa State University. Georgetown University Papers: Candidates' News Coverage and Electoral Success: A Semantic Networks Perspective Dror Walter.45 A MYRIAD OF MEDIA EFFECTS Room: PCC. West Virginia University DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE 17. Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Sarah Luczyk. Yale University DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 243 243 Daily Schedule Papers: Local Policy Responsiveness: A Case Study on Immigration Policy Sarah Parrish Bergquist. SUNY. University of California. ATTITUDES. Loyola University Maryland DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION 17. UT Rio Grande Valley Shaping Safe Spaces: Deliberation and the Painful Practice of Activism Rebecca Traber. University of California. The Washington Center for Internships & Academic Seminars Jennifer Augspurger. North Carolina State University Papers: Scandals. Hill. Dawes Sven Oskarsson. University of Missouri The Effect of Corruption on Political Trust: Evidence from a Natural Experiment Macarena Ares. Arkansas State University Disc: Michael D. Illinois State University Jonathan M. University of Pennsylvania The Electoral Consequences of Elite-Induced Opinion Change Erik Peterson. Lax. European University Institute Differential Effects of Political Scandals on Political Preferences Dominic Nyhuis. and the Reproduction of the ĄGlobalď University Isaac Kamola. M. Sokoloff. University of Colorado Denver Papers: Hot Takes: How (and why) Climate Change Storylines Change in American Politics Jack Zhou. Uppsala University DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION 17. Ladd. Columbia University Jeffrey R. CUNY-John Jay College Papers: John Sexton. TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS 17. Lehigh University Samantha Ann Majic. University of West Florida Pedagogy as Politics: Putting the Political Back into Political Science William W.Thursday. Santa Barbara The Impact of Scandals on Trust in Government Scott J Basinger. Duke University Disc: Deserai Anderson Crow. Room 307 Chair: Nora Hanagan.47 POLITICIZING THE CAMPUS: EDUCATIONAL SPACES AND NEOLIBERALISM Room: Marriott. University of Antwerp Estimating Citizens' Policy Positions Using Roll Call Votes Gregory Huber. 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM Genes. Northern Illinois University Public Perceptions of Hydraulic Fracturing in Four Marcellus Shale States Matthew Barnes. Palmer. Branch Campuses. Columbia University Adam Zelizer Government Agendas and the Adaptation to Public Preferences Daniel Bischof. European University Institute Enrique Hernández. Harris. Harvard University Benjamin Schneer. 112-A Chair: Carl L. University of Pennsylvania Sijia Yang.43 HONESTY: EFFECTS OF SCANDALS AND CORRUPTION ON TRUST. University of Manchester Will Jennings. Clark. University of Maine Douglas B. University of Washington Disc: Laura Katz Olson. āChafee2016 Disc: Jeffrey W. Educational Attainment. and Political Participation Christopher T. and Public Opinion in China:A Regression-Discontinuity Approach Yanjun Liu. Florida State University Media Effects on Retrospective Economic Perceptions Diana C. Yale University Seth J.46 ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEM FRAMES AND PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS Room: Marriott. University of Idaho April K. University of Pennsylvania Measuring MediaĀs Effect on Public Conversations Ariel Rebecca White. Salon I Chair: Bradley Thomas Dickerson. University of Zurich Luca Bernardi. Mutz. Stanford University Gabor Simonovits. Salon KL Chair: Hannah Walker. University of Southampton Disc: . Trinity College Memorializing Tragedy: Race and Class in American School Shootings Jennifer Kelkres Emery. Franklin 8 Chair: David A. University of Leicester Ruud Wouters. Koch. Goethe University Frankfurt Transforming Ties with the State: Distrustful Citizens and the Reagan Era Amy Fried. Geneseo DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION 17. Uppsala University Karl-Oskar Lindgren. Rajk Laszlo College for Advanced Studies DIVISION 39: SCIENCE. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Who Listens to Whom? Assessing Inequalities in Representation Justin Phillips. AND BEHAVIOR Room: Marriott.

John Jay College and the Graduate Center Papers: The Grand Masquerade: The Global Periphery and the Myth of Statehood Valerie Freeland. University of Groningen DIVISION 48: HEALTH POLITICS AND HEALTH POLICY 17.48 HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON NATIONALISM. SELF-DETERMINATION AND SOVEREIGNTY Room: Loews. CUNY. University of Warwick DIVISION 47: SEXUALITY AND POLITICS 17. Franklin 13 Chair: Laura Stoker. University of Warwick William Margulies. Occidental College DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND POLITICS 17. Michael's College Papers: Norm Contestation at the UN Human Rights Council: SOGI and Religious Rights Michael Joel Voss. and Civilian Victimization in Civil War James Hughes. DePaul University 244 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 244 The Gender of Dignity: Embodiment and the Fight for Human Rights Karen Zivi. University of Lucerne Taking Mixed Methods Forward: A Multilevel Integration Approach Yeon Ju Lee.53 ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE: THE ACA. Cornell University Information Management in Authoritarian Governance Arturas Rozenas. 107-A . Commonwealth A1 Chair: George J. University of Minnesota. University of Toronto When Do Voters Support the European UnionĀs Involvement in Gay Rights? Douglas Page. University of Warwick Philippe Blanchard. University of Chicago When Anyone Will Do: Identity. Arnold. George Washington University Papers: The Tocqueville Paradox: Why Reform May Provoke Rebellion Scott Gehlbach Evgeny Finkel.52 SEXUALITY AND INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS Room: PCC. George Washington University Why do Autocrats Disclose? James R. Ingram. 111-A Chair: Sara Angevine. Kabasakal Arat.Thursday. Los Angeles Disc: Milan Svolik. George Washington University Theorizing Sovereignty and Self-Determination as International Rights to Resist Antonio Franceschet. Blatter. London School of Economics Anar Ahmadov. Andreopoulos. University of California. Bosia. Ingram. 104-B Co-sponsored by DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY Chair: Disc: James D. Andreopoulos. University of Amsterdam Matthew C.50 HUMAN RIGHTS AS EMANCIPATORY POLITICS? Room: PCC. Queen's University State Centralization and Nationalism: A Historical Comparison Margarita H. Franklin 6 Chair: Barbara Geddes. Georgetown University B. McMaster University Ayten Gundogdu. St. Berkeley Papers: Analyzing Diffusion: Mixed-methods Research Designs for Spatially Dependent Data Imke Harbers. University of California. Leiden University From Qualitative to Quantitative Analysis in a LargeScale Migration Project Maria V. New York University The Propagandist's Curse Andrew Little. Cornell University Human Rights Norm Diffusion: Same-Sex Partnership and Marriage in Southeast Asia Ronald L. University of South Carolina Protecting or Protesting the Pink?: LGBT Rights in the European Parliament Martijn Mos. New York University DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS 17. Petrova. SUNY Different Kinds of Qualitative Research: An Idealtypological Approach Joachim K. Free France. University at Albany. University of Calgary The Evolution of Self-Determination: From Statehood to Minority Rights Oded Haklai. University of Chicago Human Rights Norms and Their Rivals: A Historical Analysis of Challenges Zehra F.51 MIXED METHOD RESEARCH DESIGNS Room: Marriott. Miller. Peter Rosendorff.49 FORMAL MODELS OF AUTHORITARIAN POLITICS Room: Marriott. Berkeley Disc: Laura Stoker. Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (IBEI) DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION 17. Simon Fraser University Semi-Sovereign Actors in International Politics Dillon Tatum. MEDICAID. CUNY. Twin Cities James Raymond Vreeland. Holzhacker. Barnard College-Columbia University Papers: Is it Better to be a Criminal Than a Stateless Person?ArendtĀs Famous Comparison Kathleen R. University of ConnecticutStorrs DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS 17. University of California. 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM The New Campus Anti-Rape Movement: Networked Activism for Change Caroline Heldman. and Decolonization Emma Stone Mackinnon. Hollyer. AND THE POLITICS OF HEALTH CARE Room: PCC. University of Toledo Examining the Framing Effects of Transnational LGBTI Human Rights Advocacy Erin Aylward. Whittier College Disc: Michael J.John Jay College and the Graduate Center Disc: George J. Koinova. Ideology. Yale University Michael K. Grand Valley State University Self-Determination as a Human Right: Cassin.

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University of Mississippi Patrick E. University of Reading Social Standards in Trade Agreements and the Embedded Liberalism Compromise Ida Bastiaens. Yale University Stephen Herzog. Thies. Allen. 103-A Chair: Mark Copelovitch. AND THE NUCLEAR REVOLUTION Room: Marriott. Yale University Nuno P. Drexel University Disc: Marina Elisabeth Henke. DiGiuseppe.21 CONTEMPORARY POLITICS OF SOVEREIGN DEBT Room: PCC. New York University Papers: Debt Induced Migration William T. Franklin 2 Chair: Etel L.23 FORMAL INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Room: PCC. University of Southern California Assessing Climate Security Vulnerability in Asia Joshua Busby. University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign The Power of the Weak: How Informal Governance Shapes the UN Security Council Christoph Mikulaschek. Reno Nisha Krishnan. University of California Irvine Disc: Etel L. University of California Irvine Charles L. Dickey Center for International Understanding Rex Douglass. Naval Postgraduate School Disc: Emily Meierding. Fordham University Evgeny Postnikov. Shea. University of Mississippi Amy Yuen. University of Wisconsin Madison Intellectual Property Provisions and Support for US Trade Agreements Iain Osgood. Glaser. University of Virginia Risk and Uncertainty in Emerging Market Debt Sarah M. Arizona State University DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY 22. Johns Hopkins/SAIS Disc: Emilie Marie Hafner-Burton. Austin Todd Graham Smith.24 CLIMATE. University of Nevada. Chapel Hill Politics of Debt Restructuring: Institutions. Alliances. University of Melbourne Human Rights Clauses in Economic Agreements: Domestic Politics of Enforcement Patrick Kearney. Preferences. Monteiro. The Ohio State University Layna Mosley. Princeton University The Strategic Logic of Security Council Consensus on Int'l Criminal Courts Christopher Rudolph. ENERGY. Brooks. and Strategic Coordination Steven Tyler Landis. University of Michigan Papers: Concealing Disease: Non-Compliance with WHOĀs International Health Regulations Catherine Z. Austin Stephen Chaudoin. Naval Postgraduate School Papers: Arctic Shock: Utilizing Climate Change to Test Theories of Resource Competition Jonathan Markowitz. University of Michigan. Brandeis University Following the Trend(lines): The Increasing Workload of the UNSC Susan H.22 PROTECTING PEOPLE THROUGH INTERNATIONAL TRADE AGREEMENTS Room: PCC. University of Southern California Multiple Threats. Bernhard. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign David Leblang. University of Geneva Damian Raess. New York University Market Spillovers from Sovereign Litigation Faisal Z. AND SECURITY Room: Marriott. 103-B Chair: Deborah Brautigam. Drexel University The "NIMBY" Effect and Support for International Legal Institutions Terrence Chapman. University of Texas. Yale University Two Warheads Passing in the Night: On Modeling Nuclear Proliferation Alexander Lanoszka.Thursday. University of California San Diego The End of the Beginning: China and the Consolidation of the Nuclear Revolution Avery Goldstein. Solingen. University of North Carolina. Graham. Arizona State University Cameron G. Coe. NONPROLIFERATION. Ahmed. LbJ School of Public Affairs Conflicts of Abundance: Emerging Energy Security Trends in the US & Saudi Arabia Jennifer S Hunt. 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY 22.25 NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION. University of Texas. Northwestern University Erin R. University of Wisconsin. Princeton University Laura Alfaro. Middlebury College DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY 22. George Washington University Papers: Give Peace a (Second) Chance: A Theory of Nonproliferation Deals Muhammet Bas. American University-SIS . Madison Disc: David Stasavage. Ann Arbor Yilang Feng. 102-A Chair: Erin R. and Creditor Losses Matthew R. Harvard University Andrew J. Aerial Visibility. San Diego Ryan M. University of California. Worsnop. Harvard University DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY 22. Franklin 1 Chair: Emily Meierding. Australian National University The Oil Logic of Japan's Surrender Rosemary Kelanic Organized Conflict. Arizona State University SeyedBabak RezaeeDaryakenari. Ohio State University Raphael Cunha. Graham. University of Houston Patronage by Credit Eric Braian Arias. University of Pennsylvania DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 251 251 Daily Schedule DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION 22. Solingen. Powers Papers: Do PTAs Including Labor Provisions Reduce Collective Labor Rights Violations? Dora Katalin Sari. and Nuclear Proliferation Alexandre Debs.

Davis Papers: Bullets to Ballots: Maoists and the Corruption Complex in Jharkhand Rumela Sen. MacDonald. University of Essex Justice During Armed Conflict: Addressing Grievance or Projecting State Strength Cyanne E. Baum. Room 306 Chair: Jacob R. University of North Texas Disc: Miroslav Nincic. Graduate Institute Geneva Eric Dunford. AND CONTENTIOUS ACTION Room: Marriott. University of Maryland. Taliaferro. Berkeley DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES 22. K. University of Sao Paulo Defense Budgets and Grand Strategy Zachary A. Cornell University Electoral Violence in Civil Wars: Evidence from Colombia Juan Fernando Tellez. University of Geneva To be on the safe side: Government repression in space and time Janina Beiser. Columbia University Joshua D. 104-A Chair: Jeffrey W. University of California. University of Arkansas. University of Maryland Ethnicity and Wartime Patterns of Civilian Abuse Livia Isabella Schubiger. Universität Konstanz Kristian Skrede Gleditsch. University of Maryland David E. Selden. Harvard University Keren Yarhi-Milo.26 PUBLIC OPINION AND THE USE OF MILITARY FORCE Room: Marriott. Kertzer.30 GRIEVANCE. University of Maryland. Politics. University of Virginia Papers: Democratic Peace and Covert Military Force: An Experimental Test Allison Carnegie. Franklin 5 Chair: Tobias Hofmann. Green. Wellesley College DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY 22. Stanford University Jessica L. Fayetteville The Reticence about Human Rights in North Korea Junhyup Kim. Harvard University Philip B. London School of Economics Lisa Hultman. Salon B Chair: Eric Keels. Weeks. PRIO Papers: Grievance and Contentious Events Eric Dunford. Indiana University Perceptions of Grievance and Mobilization Erin Colleen McGrath. National University of Singapore Disc: Daniel Bruce Braaten. Duke University Land and Politics: the Rural Sources of Electoral Violence Camilo Nieto-Matiz. Cunningham. P. College Park DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES 22. Purdue University 252 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 252 DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES 22. Hebrew University of Jerusalem DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY 22. University of Virginia Disc: Matthew A. Boston College Paul K. Lobell. 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM Why Israel Never Received NixonĀs Promised Nuclear Power Plants Or Rabinowitz. Brookings Institution Colleen J. PRIO Disc: Scott Gates. Congressional Research Service Part: Matthew Glassman Matthew N. Ripsman. Texas Lutheran University Tobias Hofmann. Catholic University of America Gregory Koger Molly Reynolds. Tomz. National University of Singapore Papers: A Stepping Stone: Regional Integration and Domestic Interests in the WTO Vinicius G. University of Maryland. Salon A Chair: Scott Gates. Loyle. University of California. University of Wisconsin-Madison DIVISION 19: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND ARMS CONTROL 22. Potter. and Urban Violence Lucas Novaes. College Park David Backer.31 PARTY AND PROCEDURES IN THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS: A VIEW IN 2016 Room: Marriott.29 ELECTIONS AND VIOLENCE Room: Marriott. ETH Zurich Simon Hug. Stanford University What Determines Public Support for International Norm Enforcement? Melissa M. Franklin 8 Chair: Philip B. Rodrigues Vieira. University of Florida Greater Aid Effectiveness? EU Aid to RTAs Since 1995 Brandy Jolliff Scott. San Diego The Face of the Enemy: Images of Foreign Leaders and Popular Support for War Rachel M.28 ECONOMIC STATECRAFT: NAVIGATING REGIONS AND RESOURCES Room: Marriott. Midwestern State University Revisiting the Drivers of ChinaĀs Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Diplomacy Ka Zeng. Princeton University International Organizations and Public Opinion on Humanitarian Intervention Jonathan Chu. University of Maryland Karsten Donnay. College Park Erin Colleen McGrath. University of California. University of Utah Norrin M. Straus. Princeton University Lauren Prather. Stein. Potter. George Washington University Which Features of Democracy Contribute to the Democratic Peace? Michael R. OPPORTUNITY.Thursday. Shogan. University of Notre Dame Rebel Victory and Vote Coercion: Sustaining Post-War Peace Shelley Xuan Liu Voting for the Police: Law Enforcement. Swers. Uppsala University Lars-Erik Cederman.27 POWER AND PEACE: SYSTEMIC CONSTRAINTS AND DOMESTIC CONDITIONS Room: PCC. Tufts University Part: Steven E. Library of Congress Michele L. Georgetown University . K. University of Maryland David Backer. Lee. Lehigh University Timothy Crawford.

Lewis. University of Toronto Peter John Loewen. University of Toronto .St Petersburg Whose Complementarity? Local Agency in the Implementation of the Rome Statute Lucrecia Garcia Iommi. Schneider. George Mason University Revisiting "After Disaster": New Techniques in the Narrative Policy Framework Thomas A. Rowan University Marilena Olguta Vilceanu. University of Colorado. 113-C Chair: Scott H. University of Rochester David A. Rowan University DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY 22. Courts of Appeals Michael Thunberg A Strategic Model of Circuit Splits Joshua A. North Carolina State University Louise K. Room 304 Chair: Mark A. Vanderbilt University Appropriations Power over Bureaucratic Regulations Before and After Chevron Jason A. West Virginia University Agency Characteristics and Presidential Particularism Andrew Reeves. University College London DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE 22. Emory University Benjamin E Lauderdale. TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS Chair: Disc: Louise K. Louis DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY 22. Boulder Beliefs and Behaviors of Appellate Court Judges Douglas M Johnson. University of Georgia Disc: Scott H. University of Exeter Sebastian R. University of Georgia Papers: The Effects of Panel Assignment on the US Courts of Appeals Deborah Beim. Gelman. Fairfield University Legal Scholars and the Domestication of Anti-Atrocity Law in Guatemala Mark S. Birkland. Washington University in St. Cornell University Mallory SoRelle. University of Texas. Graber Part: Sanford Levinson. Wasby Shaping Executive Orders in the U. Nuffield College. University of Georgia Saundra K.35 LAW AND POLITICS OF THE US COURTS OF APPEALS Room: PCC.36 THE DOMESTICATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW Room: PCC. 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM James Ian Wallner. United States Senate DIVISION 24: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 22. Cornell University Public Acceptability and Tax Policy: An Experimental Approach Matthew S Lesch. London School of Economics Making Precedent for the Circuit Stephen L.34 EXPERIMENTS ABOUT POLICY FEEDBACKS ON MASS POLITICAL BEHAVIOR Room: Marriott.Thursday. Schneider. Franklin 4 Chair: Saundra K. University of Southern California Cecilia Hyunjung Mo Citizens versus Consumers' Willingness to Co-produce Public Services Oliver James. Franklin 12 Chair: Miranda Yaver.S. Birkland. Marquette University The Spread of National Human Rights Institutions and Human Rights Outcomes Katerina Linos Thomas Innes Pegram. Comfort Thomas A. Yale University Tom Clark. MacDonald. Agency Budgets and Political Appointments Carl Dahlstrom. Comfort Papers: Citizens United Against Hurricanes and Other Natural Disasters Catherine Bartch How Do Extreme Weather Events Influence Climate Adaptation Policy Windows? Dana Archer Dolan. University of South Florida . 113-B Chair: Ezequiel Alejo Gonzalez Ocantos Disc: Duncan Snidal.37 IS THE FEDERALIST RELEVANT TO 21ST CENTURY CONCERNS Room: Marriott. Ainsworth. University of Southern California Papers: The Judicial Diffusion of Inter-American Jurisprudence Ezequiel Alejo Gonzalez Ocantos Legalized Bureaucratic Politics: The Rise and Demise of the Bush Torture Program Arturo Jimenez-Bacardi. Louis Disc: John Hudak Miranda Yaver. Berlin. Louis Papers: Partisan Politics. Strayhorn. Washington University in St.32 THE POLITICS OF AGENCY BUDGETS AND SPENDING Room: Marriott. University of Gothenburg Political Control and the Presidential Spending Power David E. Michigan State University DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS 22. Oxford Wayne Sandholtz.33 CRISIS AND DISASTER RESPONSE Room: Marriott. Jilke Partisan Politics and Policy Transparency: Evidence from a Survey Experiment Mi Jeong Shin. University of Rochester DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS 22. Washington University in St. Louis Partisanship and the Submerged State: Experiments in Social Policy Recognition Delphia Shanks-Booth. Michigan State University Disc: Lefteris Jason Anastasopoulos. Washington University in St. Department of Political Science. Franklin 6 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE. University of Gothenburg Mikael Holmgren. North Carolina State University / SAS Institute When Crisis Becomes Policy: Credit Card Security and Public Policy Discourses Alison N Novak. Austin DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 253 253 Daily Schedule Papers: The Evolution of Human Trafficking Messaging Tabitha Bonilla. Ainsworth. North Carolina State University Clare FitzGerald.

41 FRAMING AND TESTING RELIGIOUS BELIEFS AND RESPONSES Room: Marriott. George Washington University Ismail K.39 GENDERED WAR. University of Pennsylvania Politicking Pastors Dilara Kadriye Uskup Religion and Its Role in Political Attitudes. PARTIES. Rice University Santiago Alles. University of Cincinnati Stuart D. University of Vermont Papers: Women in Legislatures: Gender. Jones. Texas A&M University Kendall Funk. Dubin. Arizona State University Caroline C. Knoxville Magda Hinojosa. Elliott Janet M. Schwindt-Bayer. University of Toronto Kim Lane Scheppele. Franklin 9 Chair: Steven Andrew Snell. Greer. Department of Politics and IR.42 GENDER & REPRESENTATION IN LATIN AMERICAN LEGISLATURES. Claassen. Beer. University of Illinois. Franklin 7 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY Chair: Disc: Burcu Pinar Alakoc. Webster University Laura Roost. Johns Hopkins University Ran Hirschl. Donnelly. Crime. Michigan State University Alberto Diaz-Cayeros Rebecca J. Irvine Structural Violence and Structural Intersectionality in Women's Peacebuilding Karie E Cross DIVISION 32: RACE. Meeting Room 501 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS RESEARCH Chair: Disc: Leslie A. Warren. Room 309 Chair: Scott L. Kabasakal Arat. and Democracy Leslie A. Jacobson. University of Kentucky Mark P. University of Massachusetts. Rice University Effect of Institutional Reforms on Women's Representation in Colombia Monica Pachon. University of Puget Sound Papers: Activating Racial Sympathy in American Politics Jennifer Chudy. University of Michigan Part: Kenneth A. Universidad del Rosario DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES 22. Providence College Disc: Tony Affigne. University of Cincinnati Jacob R. ETHNICITY AND POLITICS 22. Neiheisel. Schwindt-Bayer. and Tolerance Kellen J. Barnes. Crawford.38 FEDERALISM IN GOOD TIMES AND BAD Room: Marriott. Lewis. Jardina. Duke University Spencer Piston. AND SUBNATIONAL GOVERNMENTS Room: Marriott. Gracey. 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM Emily Zackin. Princeton University Scot M. University of California.Thursday. Anglia Ruskin University Heather A. Duke University Disc: Steven Andrew Snell. University of California. Kent State University Andrew R. Boston Christopher P. and Demands from the State Corrine M. White. University of ConnecticutStorrs Papers: The Girls of War in 1914 and 2014: The Evolution of the Protection Racket Laura E Sjoberg The Discomfort of Safety: Theorizing Gendered Civilian Anxiety in Wartime Katharine M Millar Translating UNSCR 1325: A Case Study on the Canadian Combat Arms Victoria Elizabeth Tait Two Models. One Goal: Competing Paths to Implementing Gender Security Carrie Reiling.40 DEHUMANIZING POLITICS Room: Marriott. University of Cincinnati DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND ELECTORAL SYSTEMS 22. The Pennsylvania State University Zehra F. Boston Disc: Travis Johnston.43 ENGINES OF PARTY COALITION CHANGE Room: Marriott. McConnaughy. Rice University Miki Caul Kittilson. Providence College Robin D. Rice University WomenĀs Representation in Subnational Governments Maria C. SUNY Religion. Salon J Chair: Travis Johnston. University at Buffalo. Peterson. Duke University Papers: Malum Religiosorum Factionum: Beliefs about the Religious Divide in Politics Paul A. Police. University of Massachusetts. Boston University It's a 'Racist Plot'? The Effectiveness of Racial Defenses Nyron N. Davis . University of Southern California DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS RESEARCH 22. University of Iowa Building a Coalition for Criminal Justice Reform: Issue Framing and Religion Stephen T. University of Oxford DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS 22. Room 303 Chair: Tony Affigne. and Politics: How do voters respond? Michele Margolis. Temple University Segregation and Partisanship and Media Framing of Racial Unrest in Baltimore Andrew Rojecki. Secularism. Ohio State University Not Quite Human: White Views of Blacks in the 21st Century Ashley E. Lehigh University Niccole M. Institutions. Pamphilis. Laible. Djupe. Oliver. Chicago 254 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 254 DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS 22. GENDERED PEACE Room: Marriott. University of Tennessee. University of Michigan Race. Arizona State University WomenĀs Representation in the Argentine National and Subnational Governments Tiffany D. Escobar-Lemmon. Denison University Ryan L. Texas A&M University Women in Political Parties: Seen But Not Heard Jana Morgan. Mockabee. Opinions.

and Progressive Ambition Daniel Lee. Aarhus University David J. Denison University Primary Effects: Assessing the impact of candidates on the parties.Thursday. University of Minnesota. University of Konstanz Disc: Andrew Little. McDonald. Aarhus University Thomas J. University of Southern California Simon Heuberger. University of Pennsylvania Buying the Votes of the Poor: How the Electoral System Matters Louise Thorn Bøttkjær. Reno Jason H. Cornell University DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 255 255 Daily Schedule Papers: The Bipolar Voter: The Effect of Elite Polarization on Issue Voting in the US Michael D.48 COMMUNICATION AND THE DYNAMICS OF AUTHORITARIAN REGIMES Room: Marriott. University of Southern Denmark Mogens K. Room 408 Chair: Nils B. University of Michigan DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR 22. Election Anomalies. and Election Frauds Walter R. University of Nevada.47 A POTPOURRI OF FRAMING AND RHETORICAL EFFECTS Room: PCC. UC San Diego Disc: Spyros Kosmidis. University of Virginia Only Lip Service? The Civil Rights Rhetoric of Democratic Presidents Micah Samuel Mintz. University of California. Ladd. Salon I Chair: Matt Luttig. University of Chicago Disc: Lilliana Hall Mason. CLIENTELISM AND VOTE BUYING Room: Marriott. Cornell University Reuben Kline. McGill University DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION 22. Georgetown University Fear and Loathing Outside DC: The Increasing Fear of ĄOthersď in the Electorate Scott Boykin Are You a Team Player? Elites and Coalitions in a Politically Polarized Public John Kane DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION 22. University of Michigan. University College London Election Complaints. 1992-2016 Justine G. University of Aarhus Understanding the Influence of Moral versus Pragmatic Framing in Public Opinion Matthew Wright. UNLV Disc: Holly Ann Garnett. College Park Papers: Social Foundations of Political Polarization: Integrating Conflicting Research Christopher P. Stony Brook University Papers: Internalizing the āCentral Organizing IdeaĀ: The Psychology of Framing Revisited Fabian Guy Neuner. Muste. University of Nevada. Hendry. University of Michigan Logan Woods. Justesen. Copenhagen Business School Peter Sandholt Jensen. Mebane.44 CORRUPTION. University of Oxford Papers: Accountability and Corruption: Experimental Evidence from Peru Sofia B. Binghamton University Candidate Polarization and Attack Advertising Kevin K. Copenhagen Business School Rejuvenation or Renomination? Corruption & Candidate Turnover in Eastern Europe Allan Sikk. 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM Papers: Beyond Service: National Committees and Party Brands in American Politics Boris Heersink. Weidmann. Riverside DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR 22. University of Michigan. Binghamton University Mert Moral. Salon C Chair: Christian B. Stony Brook University DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION 22. Jonathan M. Nichter.45 ELITE POLARIZATION AND THE EFFECTS ON VOTING BEHAVIOR Room: Marriott. Ann Arbor Joe Klaver.46 I GO TO EXTREMES: SOCIAL AND AFFECTIVE BASES FOR POLITICAL POLARIZATION Room: Marriott. SUNY. American University When Does Climate Change Rhetoric Foster Political (In-)action? Adam Seth Levine. Aarhus University Michael Bang Petersen. University of Massachusetts Amherst Party Change in the US: Signaling. Vera. University of Montana Not My Kind of Party? Negational Party Identity and Political Behavior Alexander George Theodoridis. University of Pittsburgh . Aarhus Universitet Lene Aarøe. Windett.M. Ann Arbor The Deservingness Heuristic and Outgroup Bias in Political Communication Lasse Laustsen. Kent State University Disc: Yanna Krupnikov. Saint Louis University Look WhoĀs Disillusioned Now: Political Disaffection and Polarization in the US Christina Farhart. SUNY. Leeper High Voting Costs Deter Turnout among Moderates and Encourage Polarized Politics Victoria Anne Shineman. University of California. American University Morris E Levy. Twin Cities Proximity Voting in the Age of Elite Polarization Joshua Robison. Jensen. Las Vegas Michael C. Brady. University College London Philipp Koeker. Banda. University of Maryland. 112-A Chair: Kristen Traynor. Merced Differences in Non-Policy Polarization between Activists and the General Public. Coordination. Salon D Chair: Simeon C. University of Pittsburgh A Tale of Two Villages: Kinship Networks and Preference Change in Rural India Neelanjan Sircar. Ross.

City University of Hong Kong DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS 22. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Enabling change: Experimental Insights on Electricity Policy Acceptance Clau Dermont. Florida State University Disc: Joel R. Duquesne University Charles H. Haas. Cingranelli. U. Johns Hopkins University DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE 22. Heidelberg University Contentious Politics and Democratization: The Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong Stephan Ortmann. SUNY Mikhail G.S. Carrese. University of Berne Reactors and Renewables: Contrasting Energy Politics in East Asia and Europe Il Hyun Cho.Thursday. Commonwealth A2 Chair: Henry R. Protest. 104-B Co-sponsored by DIVISION 40: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS Chair: Disc: Silvio Waisbord Michael X. Room: Marriott. George Washington University Part: John M. and Protest Diffusion in Autocracies Espen Geelmuyden Roed. University of Virginia Mark L. TECHNOLOGY AND HUMAN RIGHT ADVOCACY Room: PCC. Room 307 Chair: Christopher M. University of California. University of Konstanz DIVISION 39: SCIENCE. and Dissent in Authoritarian Regimes Eoghan Stafford.50 INTERNET [AND] GOVERNANCE Room: Marriott. Levinson. Franklin 3 Chair: David Kuehn. American University Global Internet Governance & Development: International Organization Roles Nanette S. Rogerson. Bridgewater State University Prison yoga and meditation in the U.49 GLOBAL POLITICS AND ENERGY TRANSITIONS Room: Marriott. Miller. University Heidelberg Tanja Eschenauer David Kuehn. Rutgers University.51 CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON INCARCERATION IN THE U. SUNY. Meeting Room 502 Chair: Lisa L. Columbia University Evaluating Multistakeholder Impact on the Internet Governance IANA Transition Derrick L. Mass Incarceration. Binghamton Censorship of the Arab Spring in MENA Media Dumitru Ciocan. UCLA Diffusion of Protest in Autocracies: The June 1953 East German Uprising Charles David Crabtree. University of Maryland 256 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 256 Power as a Category of Practice: the Case of Internet Governance Kavi J. and Human Rights David L. 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM Papers: The Technology of Statecraft in the Age of Social Media Camber Warren. Florida State University Steven Pfaff. Air Force Academy Henry Edmondson. Troy University Papers: A Multi-Method Approach to Assess Institutional Design in Electricity Systems Michael R Davidson.S. Pennsylvania State University Holger Lutz Kern. Croissant. Grambling State University Disc: Kenneth S. Binghamton University.52 WHERE IDEAS MATTER Room: Loews. American University-SIS Meryem Marzouki How do Authoritarian Regimes Repress the Online Sphere? Joan Carreras Timoneda. Weidmann. Reenock. Prisons and Reserve Armies in Canada and the United States Paul Kellogg. Miller. Delli Carpini. and Ideology Wendy Wright. New Brunswick Papers: Alone in a Cell: The Role of Solitude in Political Theories of Imprisonment Sarah X. University of Konstanz Nils B. University of South Florida The Problem of the Solution: Reformism. State-controlled Mass Media. Campbell. carceral system Farah Godrej. Contentious Politics. New Brunswick Disc: Lisa L. University of Zurich The "DictatorĀs Endgame" Aurel S. National University of Singapore Papers: Transitional Democracy. Georgia College & State University DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION 22. Lee.54 MEDIA. Duke University Papers: Election-Monitoring & Social Media: Lessons from KenyaĀs 2013 Election for 2017 Ted Perlmutter. Owen. Pemberton. Salon KL Chair: Charles L. Lafayette College Toward Energy Transition: Analysis of Public Energy R&D in OECD Countries Inkyoung Sun. Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) DIVISION 40: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS 22.S. University of Berne Isabelle Stadelmann-Steffen. Naval Postgraduate School Breaking News: Censorship. Filippov. Mitchell. Riverside Punishment.53 BREAKING THE BOUNDS: CONTENTIOUS POLITICS AND THE TRANSITION TO DEMOCRACY Room: Marriott. Athabasca University DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND POLITICS 22. TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS 22. Pennsylvania State University The Internet. University of Washington Anti-corruption Campaigns and Popular Support: A Survey Experiment Yaoyao Dai. Rubin. Heidelberg University Disc: Terence C. University of Zürich Bruno R. Nau. Rutgers University. University of Zurich Fabrizio Gilardi. Abraham. Georgia Institute of Technology Paul O. Lipson Lawrence P. University of Pennsylvania . Wueest. Cogburn.

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Duke University DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY 26. University of Copenhagen Kim Mannemar Soenderskov. University of Connecticut Part: James Bohman. Aarhus University Network Effects of Felon Disenfranchisement on Political Participation Allison Penelope Anoll. Hampden-Sydney College Papers: An Interactive Theatre Tool for Political Science Classrooms Anar Ahmadov. Connolly. Campbell. AND ETERNITY Room: PCC. War. Johns Hopkins University Cornel West. Brown University William E. Room 305 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE EDUCATION Chair: Disc: Papers: What's So Great about Public Reasons? Ian R. Solomon-Schwartz. University of Oklahoma DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY 26. Kapstein Part: Catherine Boone. Umphres. Stow. Thompson DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY 26. University of Maryland Bonnie Honig. 105-AB Co-sponsored by DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY Chair: Disc: Lucas Swaine.9 NEW FRONTIERS IN THE STUDY OF SOCIAL CONTEXT Room: Marriott. University of Chicago Paul Frymer. Zeynep Bulutgil. New York University Lucas Swaine. University of Michigan 260 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 260 Christopher N. St. Schwartzberg. Morrell. Irvine Amy Gutmann Jane Mansbridge. Brigham Young University Jonathan Rodden. Troy University Gigi Gokcek. 108-A Co-sponsored by DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS Chair: Part: Ian Ward. SABBATH. Princeton University Papers: Revolution. Princeton University DIVISION 7: POLITICS AND HISTORY 26. University of Copenhagen Peter Thisted Dinesen. 203-B Disc: Joan Ricart-Huguet. MacMullen. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Disc: Elisabeth R. Green. Gerber. George Washington University Visual Framing: Imagery in Political Representation.7 CONCENTRATED POWER AND DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS Room: PCC. 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY 26.6 1996: A GOOD YEAR FOR DELIBERATIVE THEORY. Stanford University Exposure to Inequality Changes Redistributive Behavior: A Field Experiment Melissa Sands.11 THE MAKING OF NATIONS Room: PCC. Dominican University of California . 20 YEARS LATER Room: PCC. University of California. Columbia University Democracy as the Dispersion of Power Samuel Ely Bagg. Tufts University DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 26. Franklin 10 Chair: Cara Wong. 107-B Chair: John R. AND TRANSLATION Room: PCC. Learning. Ohio University Secularism and the Politics of Translation andrea cassatella DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY 26. and Legal Secularization since 1850 H. Taylor. Harvard University The Content and Correlates of Subjective Local Contexts Frederik Hjorth. Dartmouth College Papers: Plebeianism and the Problem of Principled Vulgarity Jeffrey E. Middle Georgia State University James Pontuso.12 TEACHING INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Room: Marriott. Dartmouth College Melissa A. Stanford University Mackenzie Leigh Israel-Trummel. Leiden University Teaching Cooperation (and Conflict) in the Undergraduate IR Classroom Chana M. University of Cincinnati Rhetoric and Persuasion in LincolnĀs Political Thought Ramon Edgardo Lopez āA Paean of Hopeful StrifeĀ: Race and Despair in American Democratic Imagination Kirstine S. Karpowitz. Duke University Recieving Public Reasons William P. Lawrence. Louis University Simone Chambers.5 REIMAGINING DEBT: INDEBTEDNESS. George Washington University Scott Gehlbach Michael Albertus. London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) Evgeny Finkel. RHETORIC. Pottenger. Berinsky Christopher F. College of William & Mary Papers: Social Context and Political Attitudes: Evidence from LDS Missions Adam J. Harvard Kennedy School Dennis F. 103-B Chair: Michael E. and Research Guilherme A Silva Comparing ĄStar Trekď and ĄStar Warsď as Tools for Teaching Political Science Joel R.Thursday. University of Pennsylvania Democracy-eroding Multilateralism in the EU? Turkuler Isiksel. Princeton University DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY 26.10 LAND AND CONFLICT Room: PCC. 103-C Chair: Ethan B. University of Alabama in Huntsville Disc: Simon A.8 REASON.

Jelen. Roeder. Yale University DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS 26. 204-B Co-sponsored by DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS Chair: Part: Jeffrey T. Blanken. Simon Fraser University Andrew Bennett. Los Angeles Papers: Cultural Revival and Electoral Politics: Ethnic Mobilization in Malawi Amanda Lea Robinson. University of California-Berkeley Leonardo R. London School of Economics Regina A. Waseda University Philippine Political Dynasties and Targeted Spending Laurie Tumaneng. Berkeley Matthew Gichohi. Princeton University Jennifer Widner. George Washington University Daniel N.17 BEYOND THE ‘NEW’ NEW INSTITUTIONALISM: DEBATING THE POLITICS OF DEVELOPMENT Room: PCC. AND INEQUALITY Room: PCC. Cal Poly San Luis Obispo DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 26. Rents and Land Transactions in China Xin Sun. The Ohio State University Identity in the Making: Some Observations on Ethnic Adaptation in India Anoop Sadanandan. University of California.18 THE LOGICS OF CLIENTELISM Room: PCC. University of Manchester.19 DEMOCRACY. Princeton University Political Context and the Divisiveness of Identities in Africa John F.Thursday. 113-A Chair: Ryan Steele Jablonski. University of Sussex Nicolas van de Walle Pablo Yanguas. University of California. MIT Peter A. Checkel. University of Southern California Devesh Kapur 261 . Princeton University Kunal Sen. University of Manchester DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 26. Brown University Carol Wise.13 DA-RT AND QUALITATIVE METHODS: THE CASE OF PROCESS TRACING Room: PCC. Harvard University Elisabeth Jean Wood. University of Virginia Competitive Elections and Public Goods Distribution in Africa Donghyun Danny Choi. The Ohio State University Disc: Henry E. College Park Political Protest & Identity: Shaping Young Activists in TurkeyĀs Gezi Park Avital Livny. University of Manchester Atul Kohli. University of Maryland. Naval Postgraduate School Jason J. University of California.15 SECESSIONIST VIOLENCE: THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE STATE AND THE SECESSIONIST REGION Room: PCC. Vision Mediaw Part: Sam Hickey. 113-B Chair: Amanda Lea Robinson. Lepore. Georgetown University James Mahoney. University of California. Bateson. Tsai. UK Abdul-Gafaru Abdulai. University of Oxford Bureaucrats as Patrons: Administrative Chiefs and Clanism in Northern Kenya Brenton Peterson. University of Nevada. REDISTRIBUTION. University of Ghana Business School Sohela Nazneen. Berkeley Does Democracy Dampen Clientelism? Evidence from Mexico Yuriko Takahashi. Las Vegas DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 261 Daily Schedule Papers: Separatist Leaders and Violent Secession: The Case of East Ukraine Elise Giuliano. Appalachian State University Disc: Ted G. 110-AB Chair: Aleksander Lust. McCauley. London School of Economics and Political Science Papers: A Tale of Two Constituencies: Clientelism.14 POLITICS AND IDENTITY CHANGE IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE Room: PCC. Hall. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Ashutosh Varshney. Pennsylvania State University DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES 26. San Diego DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 26.16 AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS: A PANEL ON GLOBALIZING INDIA Room: PCC. UrbanaChampaign DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS 26. Harvard University The Impact of Democracy and Income Redistribution on Secessionist Violence Valery Dzutsati. University of California. Separatist Movements and Organized Crime in the Balkans and Caucasus Danilo Mandic. University of Illinois. Berkeley David Dow. Fairfield. 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS 26. Northwestern University Tasha A. Arriola. Columbia University States. Valenzuela. 201-A Chair: David Hulme. Hale. 201-C Chair: Ahsan Ishaq Butt Disc: Philip G. Posner. 109-AB Part: Aseema Sinha. Claremont Mckenna College Kellee S. Arizona State University Winning the Contest by Not Playing: Hybrid Warfare and Market Penetration Leo J. Syracuse University Pivotal Identity: How Competitive Elections Politicize Latino Ethnicity Ali A.

George Mason University The Politics of Trust in Derivatives Markets: The Case of Central Clearing Erin Lockwood. Markets. University of North Carolina. Brandeis University Papers: Democracy and Foreign Exchange Reserves Byunghwan Son. University of California. Edelstein. Aarhus University Sigrun Kahl. Texas A&M University John Schuessler. Nuffield College. 202-A Chair: Francesca Vassallo.20 ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL INTEGRATION OF IMMIGRANTS IN EUROPE Room: PCC. Chapel Hill John D. Franklin 1 Chair: Joshua Itzkowitz Shifrinson.23 GREAT POWER POLITICS AND GRAND STRATEGY: BRIDGING THEORY. ETH Zurich Bradley C. Tierney. German Development Is Central Bank Independence Always a Good Thing? Andreas Kern. Parks. University at Buffalo U.21 NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN MONETARY AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Room: PCC. College of William & Mary How to Win Friends and Influence the UN: Donor Influence on the UN Bureaucracy Svanhildur Thorvaldsdottir. Virginia Tech Robert J. Irvine Rejectionism and Engagement: How Xenophobia Affects Immigrant Political Behavior Carolyn Morgan. Georgetown University The Stopping Power of Water and American Grand Strategy Joshua Itzkowitz Shifrinson. University of Heidelberg Axel Dreher. Stone. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Papers: An Evaluation of Immigrant Integration Policies in Western Europe Michael Neureiter. 103-A Chair: Meredith Wilf. Grand Strategy. University of Southern Maine Disc: Rahsaan Maxwell. Stockholm University Jonas Tallberg The Politics of Contract Allocation in Multilateral Aid Organizations Elena V. University of Haifa Grand Strategy and Uncertainty David M. Goodhart. and Top Income Shares Evelyne Huber. Rutgers University The Influence of the International System on U. Reardon. Ohio State University EU Anti-Immigration Attitudes in the Post-Economic Recession Era Francesca Vassallo. Northwestern University Remittances and Central Bank Independence Ana Carolina Garriga. London School of Economics The Political Sources of Widening Central Bank Mandates in Developing Countries Florence Dafe. Chapel Hill Jingjing Huo. University of Rochester Trung Dang DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY 26. Press. Johns Hopkins University Work Time Regimes: Implications for Income and Gender Inequality James Conran DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY 26. Bush School of Government and Public Service Disentangling Grand Strategy Paul C. AND PRACTICE Room: Marriott. North Carolina State University DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY 26. 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM Papers: Politics.24 NUCLEAR WEAPONS AND INTERNATIONAL POLITICS Room: Marriott. Banks and IMF Conditionality Randall W. and the Great War Jack S. Franklin 2 Chair: Joshua Rovner. University of Rochester Advocacy Strategies in Global Governance: Inside vs.S. University of North Carolina. Levy. University of Gothenburg Mikael Gilljam. Simmons. Dartmouth College . University of Waterloo Representation versus Redistribution Carsten Jensen. University of Rochester Disc: Duncan Snidal. McLean. Stephens. Texas A&M University Disc: Robert Reardon. 104-A Chair: Randall W. University of Pittsburgh 262 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 262 DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION 26. University of Pittsburgh Disc: Lucy M. CIDE Covadonga Meseguer. University of Gothenburg Use with Caution: Democracy without Solidarity Erik Jones. Southern Methodist University Papers: The New Era of Counterforce Keir Lieber. Oxford Beth A. HISTORY.S. Georgetown University Michael Aklin. Southern Methodist University Disc: Joshua Rovner. Outside Lobbying Lisa Maria Dellmuth.Thursday. College of William and Mary Michael J. SUNY. Yale University Magnus Bergli Rasmussen. Harvard University Papers: Aid on Demand: African Leaders and the Geography of ChinaĀs Foreign Assistance Andreas Fuchs.22 LOBBYING INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Room: PCC. Institute of Social Research (ISF) Norway Testing the Opinion-policy Link in Sweden Mikael Persson. Bush School of Government and Public Service Papers: Economic Interdependence. North Carolina State University John Schuessler. University of Southern Maine DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY 26. Georgetown University Daryl G. Cold War Strategy Benjamin Miller. University of Pittsburgh Navigating Economic Integration: The Role of Sending and Receiving State Diversity Hannah Marie Alarian. Stone. Avey.

Room 303 Chair: Kathryn Pearson. Metzger.28 NEGOTIATING CIVIL WAR PEACE Room: Marriott. University of Idaho Settling Territorial Disputes: The Strategies of the Weak and the Strong Erik Charles Beuck. University of Tennessee Paul K. Carter. the GAO. Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY 26. Arnold. Wiegand. Princeton University DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES 26.27 MANAGEMENT OF TERRITORIAL DISPUTES Room: Marriott. University of Houston DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 263 263 Daily Schedule Papers: Foreign Policy and Regime Survival in MubarakĀs Egypt during the Gulf Wars Debra Shushan. Wiegand. University of Maryland. Texas A&M University The Origins of Grand Strategy and the Implications for Proliferation Thomas Patrick Cavanna. University of Missouri The Credibility Cartel: Extra-Governmental US National Security Organizations Chad Levinson. and Representation John Logan Ray. Cato Institute The Target Strikes Back: Explaining RussiaĀs Strategy of Countersanctions Masha Hedberg. Licht. and Civil War Resolution Vibeke Wøien Hansen. Franklin 8 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND EXECUTIVE POLITICS Chair: Disc: Meena Bose. Licht. Masthay. University of Oslo Jon Hovi. University of Konstanz Papers: Bargaining. Castillo. University of Missouri Papers: Bureaucrats and Their Constituents: Congress. Franklin 5 Chair: Amanda A. Metternich. University at Albany Old Flaws in New Sanctions: Evidence from Russia and Iran Emma Ashford. Air War College Meena Bose. University of Chicago Chair: Disc: . Twin Cities Disc: Theodore J. University of Essex Double Trouble: Government and Rebel Fragmentation and Conflict Duration Nils W. University of Rochester David B. Salon B Krista E. University of Oslo Helge Holtermann. Huth. Vanderbilt University Allocation and Usage of Presidential Resources in Interbranch Bargaining Philip Waggoner. University College London DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES 26. Green. University of Virginia Legislators as Lobbyists Melinda Ritchie. Reputation. College Park Papers: Examining Faits Accomplis in Territorial Disputes Bella Wang. University of California-Los Angeles Discretion and Non-compliance in the Unilateral Presidency Kenneth Lowande. SUNY. Weidmann. Emory & Henry College Florian Justwan. Binghamton University Disc: Amanda A. Binghamton University Benjamin Tkach. Sanctioned States Flock Together Bryan Robert Early. College of William & Mary Powers at War: Presidential Prerogative in Peacetime Hilde Eliassen Restad. Austin LeadersĀ Motivations Behind the Intervention in Syrian Civil War Adriana Boersner. Salon A Chair: Jeffrey B. China and the World Program. Southern Methodist University Nuclear Pragmatism: How Nuclear Acquisition Changes Foreign Policy Mark S. AND UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES Room: Marriott. University of Minnesota. Hofstra University DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES 26. INFLUENCE. University of Cincinnati Austin Long. University of Rochester Competing Risks Analysis of Peace Negotiations in Internal Armed Conflicts Baris Ari. 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM Clandestine Capabilities in World Politics Brendan R.26 LEADERS AND EXECUTIVE INSTITUTIONS IN FOREIGN POLICY MAKING Room: Marriott. and Civil War Duration Casey Crisman-Cox. University of Oslo Tatjana Stankovic. University of Oslo Civil Wars of Attrition: Bargaining. Hofstra University David Palkki. Princeton University Birds of a Feather.25 ECONOMIC SANCTIONS: OBJECTIVES. National University of Singapore Microfoundations for Individual Level Attitudes towards Border Disputes in India Sarah Fisher. Columbia University Looking for Off-ramps: Limited Nuclear War & the Challenge of Escalation Control Jasen J. University of Tennessee Krista E. University of Houston Brandon Rottinghaus. Enforcement. University of Tennessee Systemic Uncertainty and the Emergence of Border Disputes Scott Abramson. Bjorknes University College Presidents and Proliferation: Nuclear foreign policy and Executive control Sarat Krishnan.29 CONGRESS AND THE BUREAUCRACY Room: Marriott. Center on Conflict and Development Papers: Acting One Way and Talking Another: ChinaĀs Economic Statecraft in East Asia Christina Jun-Yao Lai. Princeton University How Many and When?: Investigating Stages Within Territorial Disputes Shawna K. Bell DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY 26. The University of Texas. University of Washington Disc: Nils B.Thursday. Vanderbilt University Hye Young You.

Johns Hopkins University Disc: Robert C. Stony Brook University Peter DeScioli. Franklin 6 Chair: Wendy Whitman-Cobb. Parsons. Asheville Leeann Bass DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND EXECUTIVE POLITICS 26. and Political Engagement Conrad Ziller. Georgetown University Law Center Unilateral Diplomacy by the Executive Branch: International Environmental Policy Kiki Caruson.34 DEVOLUTION. University of Oklahoma DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY 26. Curtin University Anthony Michael Bertelli. West Virginia University DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS 26. University of Wyomoing Jessica Terman. West Virginia University David King Aaron Tyler Mentzer. American University Presidential Diplomacy in an Era of Unilateralism: The End of the Treaty Power? Jeffrey S. Duval. SUNY Albany Jordan Tama. West Chester University of Pennsylvania Papers: Organizing Across Boundaries: The Politics of Transportation Reform Margaret Weir. Room 306 Chair: Barry C. George Mason University Richard C. University of Oklahoma Meeyoung Lamothe. Cameron University Disc: Vivien Lowndes. American University-SIS Papers: Breaking the Cycle of Unrestrained Presidential National Security Power Chris Edelson. UNIVERSITY OF YORK Lluis Orriols.The University of Sheffield Letting the Gini Out of the Bottle: Careful What You Wish about Death and Taxes! Robert D. 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM Publicizing Unilateral Executive Action Ashley Moraguez. Sciences Po Bordeaux . Franklin 4 Chair: Laura Katz Olson. Bias. Clemson University The National Security State at DétenteĀs End: Lessons from the Vietnam War Adam M.32 THE EFFECTS OF POLICY DESIGN ON TAKEUP AND MASS POLITICAL BEHAVIOR Room: Marriott. University of North Carolina. 113-C Chair: Robert C. Burden. Roanoke College Representation in Collaborative Governance: The Case of Food Policy Councils Chris Koski. University of Birmingham Duane D. Matyasovsky. Brown University Comparing Collaboration: Energy Efficiency Action Across Local Governments Jisun Youm. University of South Florida DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY 26. Reed College Saba Siddiki Taking a Closer Look at Local Government Service Provision Scott Lamothe. The Graduate Center. the British Case Sandra Leon. West Virginia University Thomas K. Lieberman. and Collaboration in Local Autism Policy Networks Bryan M. CUNY The Obama Administration and Authorizations for the Use of Military Force Melanie M. FRAGMENTED POWER. Lehigh University Papers: Experiments on Social Safety Nets for Unemployment Scott Bokemper.Thursday. Yale University How does Regulation affect Beliefs? The Stock Market Valuation of OD approvals Cyril Benoit. Social Science Research Center WZB Effects of Medicare Eligibility on Political Attitudes and Participation Baobao Zhang. New York University Papers: Convergent Election Administration Across the States Mitchell Brown. Northwestern University DebtorsĀ Rights and American Social Citizenship Emily Zackin. Lehigh University 264 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 264 Disc: Iliyan Iliev. University of Southern Mississippi Laura Katz Olson. Auburn University Kathleen Hale. Trust. University of Wisconsin Disc: Alan Fenna.31 DYNAMICS OF COALITIONS AND COLLABORATION IN MULTIPLE POLICY AREAS Room: Marriott. Auburn University Making Accountability Work Under Asymmetric Devolution. Florida State University Core Beliefs. Peake. McMahon. West Virginia University Raquel Echeverria Matthew G. Franklin 12 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY Chair: Disc: Bruce Miroff. Johns Hopkins University DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS 26. University of Cologne Marc Helbling. University Carlos III of Madrid . Milne. Policy Knowledge. Stony Brook University Anti-Discrimination Laws. Marlowe. University of Washington Minority Rights Movements and the Public-Private Welfare State Chloe Thurston. Lieberman.33 THE EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION OF AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP RIGHTS Room: PCC. AND ELECTORAL ACCOUNTABILITY Room: Marriott. Johns Hopkins University Papers: When the State Fails: The death of federal civil rights activism after 1975 Desmond King Building a National Security State: Securing the State and Terrorizing Citizens Megan Ming Francis.30 MULTILATERAL AND UNILATERAL PRESIDENTIAL DIPLOMACY AND FOREIGN POLICY Room: Marriott. Feiock.

New Brunswick Susan J. Rowan University Michael Hankinson. South Dakota State University Papers: Are the Women of Congress Affected by the Women of their Districts? Lauren Marie Santoro. Austin WomenĀs Representation in the 114th Congress: Priorities. The University of Texas-Pan American David L. Georgetown University Disc: Donald L. Bipartisanship. Franklin 7 265 . Holmes. Bowdoin College Janet M. West Virginia University Does Descriptive Representation of Women Enhance Legislative Communication? Mia Costa. Rutgers University.S.36 GENDERED LEADERSHIP IN CONGRESS AND ON COURTS Room: Marriott. Bowdoin College Lisa M. New Brunswick DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS RESEARCH 26. Florida Gulf Coast University Gender and Policy Responsiveness in the United States Congress Jeffrey Lazarus.Los Angeles Teachers Unions and Selective Engagement in New York and Philadelphia. Tulane University Higher-Poverty Schools and Public Policy: The Case of Promise Neighborhoods Neil Kraus. Amherst DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS 26. Franklin 9 Chair: Yuhki Tajima.37 REPRESENTING WOMEN. Ann Arbor Marta Arretche The Consequences of Maintaining Communities of Interest Daniel Blyth Magleby. Northern Illinois University DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 265 Daily Schedule Papers: Gendered Leadership and State Supreme Court Chief Justices: A Survey Analysis Mikel Norris. University of Wisconsin. University of Massachusetts. Lawless. University of Vermont Co-sponsored by DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND ELECTORAL SYSTEMS Chair: Disc: Lisa Hager. Leal. ETHNICITY AND POLITICS 26. Mahoney. University of Massachusetts. Horowitz. Coastal Carolina University Women and Consensus on State Supreme Courts Meghan E. Schaffner. AND ANTIMINORITY MOBILIZATION IN ASIA Room: Marriott. Rutgers University-Camden Kira Sanbonmatsu. University of Oxford Immigration Enforcement and Public Perceptions of Immigrants and Latinos Elizabeth A Maltby. Meeting Room 501 Chair: Angel Saavedra Cisneros. Illinois State University Joseph V. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and University of Minnesota Dilip Mookherjee The Indirect Effect of Income on Preferences for Centralization of Authority Diogo Ferrari. University of California . REPRESENTING WOMEN'S INTERESTS Room: Marriott. Congress Jennifer L. University of Iowa Perceptions About Latinos and Immigration Attitudes Lucila Figueroa. Carroll. 1935-1965 Nicholas Toloudis. Rutgers University.Thursday. Whittier College Lisa Hager. University of Michigan. Room 304 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES Chair: Disc: Janet M. and Collaboration in the U. Leonard. Binghamton University DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL POLITICS 26.35 SCHOOL POLITICS Room: Marriott. Duke University Papers: Emerging Democracy and Religious Intolerance: Indonesia and Malaysia Compared Kikue Hamayotsu. Martin. Wineinger. University of Texas. Amherst Does Legislator Ideology Affect Women's Representation? An Experimental Analysis Danielle Thomsen. INTOLERANCE. Georgia State University Sex. Theriault. The College of New Jersey DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS RESEARCH 26.38 CONSTRUCTING THE IMMIGRANT "OTHER" Room: Marriott. Steigerwalt. Rutgers University The Impact of WomenĀs Legislative Caucus Variation on WomenĀs Representation Anna M. & Polarization Kelly Dittmar. Syracuse University Bailey Sanders Woman-Invoked Rhetoric and the Impact of Republican Women in Congress Catherine N. Harvard University Papers: Charter School Boards and Democratic Principles J. University of Texas at Austin Papers: Black Views towards Undocumented Immigrants in the United States Lorrie Frasure-Yokley Experimentally Testing the Effect of Economic Threat on Anti-Immigrant Sentiment Jonathan Mellon. 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM Resource Transfers to Local Govts: Political Manipulation and Voting Patterns Anusha Nath. River Falls Talking in the Halls: How Deliberative Democracy Influences Urban Governance Jonathan Collins. Impact. South Dakota State University Sara Angevine. Tulane University DIVISION 32: RACE.39 NATIONALISM. University of Virginia Republican Campaign Appeals and Black Opinion on Immigration Reform Tatishe Mavovosi Nteta. Celeste Lay. The University of Texas-Pan American Disc: Angel Saavedra Cisneros. Martin. Georgia State University Amy L. University of Massachusetts Amherst Brian F. TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS Chair: Disc: Alison N Novak. Ross. American University Sean M. Room 309 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE.

Thursday, 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Competition, Coordination, and the Colonial Origins of
Intolerance in Indonesia
Alexandre Pelletier, University of Toronto
Religious Freedom and Public Order: Constitutional
Tensions in Two Muslim States
Matthew J. Nelson, University of London, SOAS
Religious Nationalism Discourse and Prejudice in
Thailand
Joel Sawat Selway, Brigham Young University
DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND ELECTORAL
SYSTEMS
26.40
GENDER AND EXECUTIVE REPRESENTATION
IN LATIN AMERICA
Room: Marriott, Meeting Room 502
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS
RESEARCH

Chair:
Disc:

Michelle M. Taylor-Robinson, Texas A&M University
Veronica Montecinos, Penn Sate University
Diana Z. O' Brien, Indiana University

Papers: Latin AmericaĀs Presidentas: Challenging Old Patterns,
Forging New Pathways
Gwynn Thomas, SUNY, University at Buffalo
Catherine Reyes-Housholder
Getting into the Elite Club? Women in Presidential
Cabinets
Michelle M. Taylor-Robinson, Texas A&M University
Representation without Equality: Women in the Costa
Rican Executive Branch
Jennifer M. Piscopo, Occidental College
Informal Rules and WomenĀs Representation in ChileĀs
Executive Branch
Susan Franceschet, University of Calgary
Women, Power, and Policy in Brazil
Anna Calasanti, University of New Mexico
Mala Htun, University of New Mexico
DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND
PARTIES
26.41
COALITION IMPLICATIONS OF RANKED
CHOICE VOTING ELECTIONS
Room: Marriott, Salon J
Chair: Todd Donovan, Western Washington University
Disc:
Todd Donovan, Western Washington University
Papers: Voter Mobilization under Preferential and Plurality
Elections
Caroline J. Tolbert, University of Iowa
Kellen J. Gracey, University of Iowa
Courtney Juelich, University of Iowa
The Other Side of Urban Reform: Insurgents and Issues
Under City STV, 1930-61
Jack Santucci, Georgetown University
Debates Over the Future of IrelandĀs Single Transferable
Vote
David M. Farrell, University College Dublin, Belfield
Jane Suiter, Dublin City University
Clodagh Harris, University College Cork
Voter Turnout under RCV in Local Elections: A QuasiExperimental Design
Jason A. McDaniel

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Voter Participation with Ranked Choice Voting in the
United States
David C. Kimball, University of Missouri, St. Louis
Joseph Anthony, University of Missouri at St. Louis
DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR
26.42
CAMPAIGN DYNAMICS, SOCIAL MEDIA AND
VOTER PREFERENCES
Room: Marriott, Salon C
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION

Chair:
Disc:

Robert Klemmensen, University of Southern Denmark
Kenneth R. Benoit

Papers: UK 2015 - The Impact of Social Media on Voters'
Knowledge and Preferences
Jonathan Nagler, New York University
Kevin Munger, NYU
Patrick J. Egan, New York University
Joshua A. Tucker, New York University
Campaign Dynamics of Leader Popularity: Causes and
Effects
Mona Krewel, Cornell University
Julia Partheymüller, University of Mannheim
Campaigning through Multiple Communication Channels
Taewoo Kang, Washington State University
Diffusion of Elite Campaign Rhetoric to the Mass Public
Robert Klemmensen, University of Southern
Denmark
David Dreyer Lassen, University of Copenhagen
The Dynamics of Accuracy in Campaign Advertising
and its Effects
Barbara Allen, Carleton College
Gabriel Katz, IMT Institute for Advanced Studies
Lucca
Daniel Stevens, University of Exeter
DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR
26.43
ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE: BIG DATA
APPLICATIONS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
Room: Marriott, Salon D
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 8: POLITICAL
METHODOLOGY

Chair:
Disc:

Clifton van der Linden, University of Toronto
Peter John Loewen, University of Toronto

Papers: Examining the 2015 Canadian Federal Election
Campaign through a Big Data Lens
Francois Gelineau
Elisabeth L. Gidengil
Richard Johnston, University of British Columbia
Clifton van der Linden, University of Toronto
You're Hot then You're Cold: Feeling Thermometer
Framing Effects
Yannick Dufresne
Anja Kilibarda, Columbia University
Breaking the Chemical Weapons Taboo: Rethinking
Norms on Intervention
Gregory Eady
Clifton van der Linden, University of Toronto
Same-sex Marriage Debate in Australia: Public Opinion
and Policy Responsiveness
Andrea Carson, University of Melbourne
Shaun Ratcliff, Monash University

Thursday, 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION
26.44
SOMETIMES A FANTASY: CAUSES AND
CONSEQUENCES OF CONSPIRACY
ENDORSEMENT
Room: Marriott, Salon I
Chair: Joseph E. Uscinski, University of Miami
Disc:
Joseph E. Uscinski, University of Miami
Papers: Conspiratorial Beliefs, Partisanship, and Polarization
Adam M. Enders
Steven Michael Smallpage, Michigan State University
An Experimental Test of the ĄConspiracy Theories are
for Losersď Hypothesis
Kyle L. Saunders, Colorado State University
Joanne Miller, University of Minnesota
Christina Farhart, University of Minnesota, Twin
Cities
The Mediating Impact of Conspiracy Thinking on
Climate Change Attitudes
Joseph E. Uscinski, University of Miami
Santiago Olivella, Princeton University
The Influence of the Authoritarian Personality on
Conspiracy Beliefs
Sean Richey, Georgia State University
DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
26.45
INNOVATIONS IN MEASURING POLITICAL
COMMUNICATION
Room: PCC, 112-B
Chair: Lindsey Cormack, Stevens Institute of Technology
Disc:
Josh Pasek, University of Michigan
Lefteris Jason Anastasopoulos, University of Georgia
Papers: Estimating Multiple Measures of Media Ideology in the
United Kindgom
Gaurav Sood, Independent
Philip Habel, University of Glasgow
Evaluating Online Labor Markets for Content Analysis
of Political Communication
Nicholas Winter, University of Virginia
Adam Gregory Hughes, University of Virginia
Issue Agendas in Television Media
Kelsey Shoub, UNC-Chapel Hill
Andrew Tyner, University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill
Brice Acree, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
Using Structural Topic Models to Assess Television
News Content
Robert Bond, The Ohio State University
Matthew Sweitzer, The Ohio State University
DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
26.46
POLITICAL ELITES AND SOCIAL MEDIA
Room: PCC, 112-A
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 40: INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS

Eric A. Baldwin, University of California, Los Angeles
Leticia Bode
Jie Lu, American University

DIVISION 39: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND
ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
26.47
STATE AND LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL
POLITICS AND POLICY
Room: Marriott, Room 307
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY

Chair:
Disc:

Leigh S. Raymond, Purdue University
Matthew Nowlin, College of Charleston

Papers: Environmental Marble Cake: Three Level Federalism in
Environmental Compliance
David Switzer, Texas A&M University
Mellie Haider
Manny P. Teodoro, Texas A&M University
Youlang Zhang
The Grass is Always Greener: U.S. State Environmental
Politics and Well-Being
Andre Pierre Audette, University of Notre Dame
Benjamin Radcliff, University of Notre Dame
Christopher L. Weaver, University of Notre Dame
The RFS mandate in Corn Country; Exploring the
economic impacts.
Ryan M. Yonk, Utah State University
Randy T. Simmons, Utah State University
The Green Publicity State: 'Green Economy'in Michigan
and Ontario, 2007-2012
Stephanie Tombari, University of Guelph
Impact of Political Culture on City Sustainable Built
Environment Commitments
Megan Topham, The University of Texas at Arlington
Colleen Casey, University of Texas at Arlington
DIVISION 40: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND
POLITICS
26.48
DIGITAL PROTEST AND POLITICAL
PARTICIPATION
Room: Marriott, Salon KL
Chair: David A. Karpf, George Washington University
Disc:
Nick Anstead, London School of Economics
Papers: Bridging the Gap Between the State and Contemporary
Forms of Civic Engagement
Max Halupka, Institute for Governance and Policy
Analysis
Emma Vines, University of Canberra

Papers: How Public Opinion Shapes Policy Outcomes in China:
the Policy Feeler Mechanism
Tongtong Zhang, Stanford University

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Disc:

The Dynamics of Social Media Censorship in
Transitioning Democracies
Abdullah Aydogan
Rima Tanash, Rice University
Zhouhan Chen, Rice University
Melissa J. Marschall, Rice University
Devika Subramanian, Rice University
Dan Wallach, Rice University
The Impact of Ideology on Congressional Members'
Social Media Messages
C. Danielle Vinson, Furman University
Patrick Ramjug
Tweet Style: How Governing and Elections Shape
Political Communication
Thad Kousser, University of California, San Diego

Thursday, 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Expressive v. Strategic Forms of Environmental
Activism in the 21st Century
Hahrie C. Han, University of California, Santa
Barbara
Aaron C Sparks, University of California, Santa
Barbara
Images that Matter: Online Protests and the Mobilizing
Role of Pictures
Andreu Casas, University of Washington
Nora Webb Williams, University of Washington
The Personal is Political: Promoting Disability Rights
Online
Filippo Trevisan, American University
The Role of Social Media in Framing AustraliaĀs Coal
Seam Gas Debate
Michael J. Jensen, University of Canberra
DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
26.49
POPULISM AND BIGOTRY IN A TIME OF
INEQUALITY
Room: Marriott, Room 408
Chair: Nancy Sue Love, Appalachian State University
Disc:
Nancy Sue Love, Appalachian State University
Papers: The Bigot Today
Stephen Eric Bronner
Politics and Identity in an Era of Growing Islamophobia
Dalia Fikry Fahmy, Long Island University, Brooklyn
Toward an Antiracist Populism
Joseph E. Lowndes, University of Oregon
Occupy's Failure
John Ehrenberg, Long Island University, Brooklyn
DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND POLITICS
26.50
THE STORIES WE TELL: HISTORY, IDENTITY,
IMAGE AND INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
Room: Loews, Commonwealth A2
Chair: John M. Owen, University of Virginia
Disc:
Jennifer M. Dixon, Villanova University
Papers: Foreign Policy Making and Memory of Limited
Sovereignty
Jaeyeon Yim
From Foe to Friend: Changes in State Reputation
Emily Holland
Hadas Aron, Columbia University
Imprinting the National Story: Gandhi, Chiang Kai-shek,
and the Imperial Powers
Grace Huang, St. Lawrence University
Transformation of Identity: Patriotic Education
Campaign in Japan and China
Florence Yang
Why History Matters: Explaining the U.S. Intelligence
Failure in Iraq, 1958
Jeffrey G. Karam, Brandeis University
DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION
26.51
CONTENTION, INEQUALITY AND
DEMOCRATIZATION
Room: Marriott, Franklin 3
Chair: Sean Burns, None
Disc:
David L. Cingranelli, Binghamton University, SUNY

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Papers: Who Revolts? Revisiting the Social Origins of
Democratic Revolutions
Tore Wig, University of Oslo
Sirianne Dahlum
Decomposing the "Revolutionary Threat" Thesis of
Democratization
Jared Abbott, Harvard University
Matthew J Reichert, Harvard University
Aytug˘ S¸as¸maz, Harvard University
Rousing the Rabble: Inequality, Institutions, and Regime
Change
Terence Teo, Seton Hall University
Uprising: A Unified Theory of Democratization and
Revolution
Sean Burns, None
From Belgrade to Maidan to Tahrir: Comparative
Democratizing Mass Mobilizations
Spyridon Kotsovilis
DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS
26.52
MONITORING AND ENFORCING HUMAN
RIGHTS
Room: PCC, 104-B
Chair: Emily Hencken Ritter, University of Cailfornia, Merced
Disc:
Yonatan Lupu, George Washington University
Papers: Sanctioning Abuse? Economic Sanctions and Respect for
Physical Integrity
K. Chad Clay, University of Georgia
Daniel Hill
The Good, the Bad, and the Data: Human Rights Law
and Cross-National Indicators
Geoff Dancy, Tulane University
Christopher J. Fariss, Penn State University
Heretics and Infidels: Treaty Membership and the
Enforcement of Human Rights
Daniela Donno, University of Pittsburgh
Nikolay V. Marinov, University of Mannheim
Creating and Coopting National Human Rights
Institutions
Thania Sanchez, Yale University
Assessing the Effects of Human Rights Treaties When
Times Change
Jana von Stein, Victoria University of Wellington
DIVISION 46: QUALITATIVE METHODS
26.53
APPROACHES TO ETHNOGRAPHY AND
INTERVIEWING
Room: Marriott, Franklin 13
Chair: Eric Radezky
Disc:
Joseph E. Campbell, Rose State College
Papers: Partisan Personas of the Modern US Representative
Eric Radezky
Studying Urban StateĉSociety Intermediaries Through
Serial Interviews
Benjamin L. Read, University of California, Santa
Cruz
Surveying Caribbean Elites: The Effects of Mode Choice
on Response Quality
Jennifer Gauck, Social Solutions International, Inc.
Understanding Party Mobilization through Life History
Interviews
Johanna Söderström, Uppsala University

Thursday, 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

DIVISION 48: HEALTH POLITICS AND HEALTH POLICY
26.54
OBAMACARE WARS: FEDERALISM, STATE
POLITICS, AND THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT
Room: PCC, 107-A
Chair: Frank J. Thompson, Rutgers University, Newark
Part:
Shanna Rose, Claremont McKenna College
Robert B. Hackey
Julia Lynch, University of Pennsylvania
Donald F. Kettl, University of Maryland
Paul L. Posner, George Mason University
Philip B. Rocco, Marquette University
Daniel Beland
Alex Waddan, University of Leicester
DIVISION 50: POLITICAL NETWORKS
26.55
METHODOLOGICAL AND EMPIRICAL
APPLICATIONS OF POLITICAL NETWORKS
Room: PCC, 111-A
Chair: Curtis S. Signorino, University of Rochester
Disc:
Eric Hundman, University of Chicago
Papers: The Market for Small Arms, Global Networks, and
Influential Global Arms Traders
Kristopher W. Ramsay, Princeton University
Brett Benson, Vanderbilt University
Using Global Event Data to Diagnose Network Shocks
Jesse Hammond, University of California, Davis
Brandon J. Kinne, University of California, Davis
Why Who You Know Matters: Influence and Social
Networks
Karen Albert, University of Rochester
Analyzing Roles and Positions in Political Networks
Elizabeth Maggie Penn, Washington University in St.
Louis
John W. Patty, University of Chicago
Modeling the Co-Evolution of Security and Economic
Cooperation
Oliver Westerwinter, University of St. Gallen
DIVISION 51: EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
26.56
METHODOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS IN
EXPERIMENTS
Room: Marriott, Room 409
Chair: Victoria Anne Shineman, University of Pittsburgh
Disc:
David W. Nickerson, Temple University

DIVISION 52: MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP
26.57
THE FUTURE OF IDENTITY POLITICS IN THE
UNITED STATES
Room: PCC, 202-B
Chair: Danielle Lemi, University of California, Riverside
Disc:
Beth Ginsberg
Papers: Destructive Nostalgia: What Explains White Working
Class Radicalism?
Justin Gest, George Mason University
Tyler Thomas Reny, University of California Los
Angeles
Jeremy Mayer, George Mason University
Race and Descriptive Representation: Re-examining the
Importance of Race
Danielle Lemi, University of California, Riverside
Multiracial Coalitions and The Rise of Solidarity
Amongst Minority Communities
Vanessa C. Tyson, Scripps College
Kiku Huckle, Pace University
DIVISION 53: AFRICAN POLITICS
26.58
POLITICS IN AUTHORITARIAN STATES IN
AFRICA
Room: Loews, Commonwealth A1
Chair: Malte Lierl, Yale University
Disc:
Carl LeVan, American University
Papers: A Tradition Coopted: Participatory Development and
Authoritarian Rule in Sudan
Anne-Laure Mahé, Université de Montréal
Punishment, Patronage and Political Order in
Authoritarian Rwanda
Anu Chakravarty
The Political Survival of Cabinet Ministers in AfricaĀs
Authoritarian Regimes
Alex Kroeger, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Voting for the Devil You Know: Popular (Il)Legitimacy
in Autocratic Cameroon
Natalie Wenzell Letsa, Cornell University
Related Groups
27.1
CLAREMONT INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF
STATESMANSHIP AND POLITICAL
PHILOSOPHY: STRAUSS ON PHILOSOPHY,
RELIGION, AND MORALITY
Room: Loews, Commonwealth B
Chair: David Oliver Davies, University of Dallas
Part:
John W. Grant, Hillsdale College
Timothy W. Burns, Baylor University
Mark J. Lutz, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Eric Buzzetti, Concordia University
27.2
ERIC VOEGELIN SOCIETY: ROUNDTABLE:
VACLAV HAVEL'S LEGACY TODAY.
Room: Loews, Commonwealth C
Chair: Martin Palous, Florida International University
Part:
Henrik Syse, Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO)
Glenn Hughes, St. Mary's University
Zdravko Planinc, McMaster University
Jeffrey C. Isaac, Indiana University, Bloomington

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Papers: "Don't Know" Responses and Cultural Differences
Yoshikuni Ono, Tohoku University
Masahiro Yamada, Kwansei Gakuin University
How Post-Treatment Bias Can Ruin Your Experiment
and What to Do About It
Jacob M. Montgomery, Washington University in St.
Louis
Michelle Torres, Washington University in St. Louis
Just Checking? Manipulation Checks in Experimental
Research Designs
John Kane
Jason Barabas, Stony Brook University
Using Online Panels to Improve Persuasion Field
Experiments
Joshua L Kalla, University of California, Berkeley
David Broockman, Stanford GSB
Jasjeet Singh Sekhon, University of California,
Berkeley

Testing Mechanisms: A Principal Stratification Approach
Albert Fang, Yale University

Thursday, 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

27.3
Room:
Chair:
Part:

27.4
Room:

LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, AND TRANSGENDER
CAUCUS: AFTER MARRIAGE EQUALITY:
WHAT IS NEXT FOR THE LGBT MOVEMENT?
PCC, 203-A
Carlos Ball, Rutgers University School of Law
Joseph Fischel, Yale University
Donald P. Haider-Markel, University of Kansas
Nancy J. Knauer, Temple University
Gary Mucciaroni, Temple University
Bruno Perreau
David Rayside
PUBLIUS: THE JOURNAL OF FEDERALISM:
MARTHA DERTHICK'S FEDERALISM
SCHOLARSHIP
Marriott, Room 411
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND
INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

Chair:
Part:

27.5

Room:
Chair:
Part:

John Dinan, Wake Forest University
Tim Conlan, George Mason University
R. Kent Weaver, Georgetown University
Troy E. Smith, Brigham Young University at Hawaii
Joshua M. Dunn, University of Colorado, Colorado
Springs
WALTER BAGEHOT RESEARCH COUNCIL ON
NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY: AMERICAN
SECURITY CHALLENGES IN AN AGE OF
POLARIZATION AND POLITICAL DISTRUST
Marriott, Room 414
Joseph Prud'homme
Joseph DiSarro, Washington & Jefferson College
Frank P. Le Veness, Saint John's University
Alan G. Stolberg, U.S. Army War College
Lucy Margarita Arraya
Kevin Costa, Radio France Internationale
Matthew A. Pauley, Manhattanville College
Robert F. Pecorella, St. John's University

Thursday, 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
APSA Events
28.1
APSA ASIA COMMITTEE PLANNING MEETING
Room: PCC, 101-A
28.2
APSA MENTORING NETWORKING RECEPTION
Room: Marriott, Room 410

Thursday, 6:15 PM to 7:15 PM
APSA Events
29.1
112TH APSA PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: LEFT
PESSIMISM AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
Room: PCC, Ballroom AB
Part:
Jennifer L. Hochschild, Harvard University

Thursday, 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
APSA Events
30.1
CANADIAN POLITICS SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Room: Marriott, Room 304
30.2
EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Marriott, Franklin 7
30.3
FUTURE DIRECTIONS OF THE AMERICAN
NATIONAL ELECTION STUDIES
Room: PCC, 106-AB

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INDIGENOUS STUDIES NETWORK BUSINESS
MEETING
PCC, 111-A
ITALIAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW,
EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING
Marriott, Room 302
LABOR PROJECT BUSINESS MEETING AND
KEYNOTE
PCC, 105-AB
NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE BUSINESS MEETING
PCC, 111-B
POLITICAL NETWORKS SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
Marriott, Room 305
POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES
SECTION EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETING
PCC, 107-A
POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY BUSINESS MEETING
Marriott, Room 309
PUBLIUS: THE JOURNAL OF FEDERALISM
EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING
Marriott, Room 306
QUALITATIVE AND MULTI-METHOD
RESEARCH SECTION BUSINESS MEETING
Loews, Commonwealth D
RELIGION AND POLITICS SECTION BUSINESS
MEETING
PCC, 104-A
SOUTHEAST ASIAN POLITICS OPEN MEETING
Marriott, Room 301
STATE POLITICS AND POLICY SECTION
BUSINESS MEETING
Loews, Commonwealth A2
THE AFRICAN POLITICS CONFERENCE GROUP
BUSINESS MEETING
Loews, Commonwealth A1
WESTERN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETING
Marriott, Room 308

Thursday, 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
APSA Events
31.1
LAW AND COURTS SECTION &
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE
SECTION LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT PANEL
Room: PCC, 204-B

Thursday, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
APSA Events
32.1
INSTITUTE FOR HUMANE STUDIES
RECEPTION
Room: Marriott, Room 413

Thursday, 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
APSA Events
33.1
BRITISH POLITICS GROUP RECEPTION
Room: Marriott, Room 307
33.2
BYU POLITICAL AFFAIRS SOCIETY
RECEPTION
Room: Marriott, Meeting Room 501
33.3
CONFERENCE FOR THE STUDY OF POLITICAL
THOUGHT (CSPT) ANNUAL RECEPTION
Room: Marriott, Salon J

Friday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

33.4
Room:
33.5
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33.6
Room:
33.7
Room:
33.8
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33.9
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33.10
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33.11
Room:

INTERNATIONAL ATTENDEE RECEPTION
Marriott, Independence Ballroom
PRQ RECEPTION
Marriott, Room 414
QUALITATIVE AND MULTI-METHOD
RESEARCH SECTION RECEPTION
Marriott, Salon KL
RELIGION AND POLITICS SECTION
RECEPTION
PCC, 104-B
STATE POLITICS AND POLICY SECTION
RECEPTION
Loews, Congress A
THE CHURCHILL CENTRE ANNUAL BLACK
TIE ACADEMIC DINNER, HONORING MICHAEL
BARONE
Offsite, Union League of Philadelphia
THE REVIEW OF POLITICS, UNIVERSITY OF
NOTRE DAME RECEPTION
Loews, Congress B
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF
POLITICAL SCIENCE RECEPTION
Marriott, Meeting Room 502

Thursday, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
APSA Events
34.1
112TH ANNUAL MEETING OPENING
RECEPTION
Room: PCC, Grand Hall
34.2
POLITICAL NETWORKS SECTION RECEPTION
Room: Offsite, Vintage Wine Bar & Bistro

Thursday, 8:30 PM to 10:00 PM
APSA Events
35.1
APSA COMMITTEE ON THE STATUS OF
BLACKS AND NCOBPS RECEPTION
Room: Marriott, Franklin 9
35.2
APSA RECEPTION HONORING WOMEN IN THE
PROFESSION: WOMEN & POL. SECTION,
WOMEN’S CAUCUS & COMM.
Room: PCC, 201-C
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS
RESEARCH
Co-sponsored by Women's Caucus for Political Science

Friday, September 2, 2016
Friday, 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM

APSA Events
37.1
SWPSA EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETING
Room: PCC, 303-AB

Friday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM
Theme Panels
38.1
CYBER AND CONFLICT: TRANSFORMATIVE
CHANGE OR STATUS QUO DYNAMICS?
Room: PCC, Ballroom AB
Chair: Emily O. Goldman
Part:
Robert Jervis, Columbia University
Jacquelyn Schneider, Naval War College
Erik Gartzke, UCSD
Jon R. Lindsay, University of Toronto
Austin Carson, University of Chicago
Fiona Stephanie Cunningham, Political Science
Department, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Joshua Rovner, Southern Methodist University
38.2
GENDER TRANSFORMATIONS
Room: PCC, 204-C
Chair: Mala Htun, University of New Mexico
Part:
S. Laurel Weldon, Purdue University
Valentine M. Moghadam, Northeastern University
Peace A. Medie
Nikol G. Alexander-Floyd, Rutgers University
Javier Corrales
Lisa Garcia Bedolla, University of California, Berkeley
Zehra F. Kabasakal Arat, University of ConnecticutStorrs
38.3
POLITICAL THEORY AND POLITICAL
TRANSFORMATION
Room: PCC, 114
Chair: Ira Katznelson, Columbia University
Part:
Ingrid Creppell, George Washington University
Roxanne L. Euben, Wellesley College
Jeffrey C. Isaac, Indiana University, Bloomington
Leigh K. Jenco, London School of Economics
Stephen Taylor Holmes, New York University
APSA Events
39.1
NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF BLACK
POLITICAL SCIENTISTS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
MEETING
Room: PCC, 101-A
39.2
RALPH BUNCHE SUMMER INSTITUTE (RBSI)
ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING
Room: Marriott, Room 302
Division Panels
DIVISION 1: POLITICAL THOUGHT AND PHILOSOPHY:
HISTORICAL APPROACHES
40.1
INSINCERITY AND AUTHENTICITY IN
AMERICAN POLITICAL THOUGHT
Room: PCC, 106-AB
Chair: Cristina Beltran, New York University
Disc:
Corey Robin
Papers: Confessions of an Ex-Communist
Nolan Bennett, Georgetown University
Telling it Like it Is: Authenticity in Civil-Rights Era
Black Freedom Struggles
Nina Hagel, Bates College
Booker T. Washington and the Politics of Deception
Desmond Jagmohan, Princeton University

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36.1
ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN CAUCUS BUSINESS
MEETING
Room: Marriott, Room 302
36.2
LEGISLATIVE STUDIES QUARTERLY
EDITORIAL BOARD BREAKFAST MEETING
Room: Marriott, Room 413
36.3
NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE PUBLICATIONS
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BUSINESS MEETING
Room: Marriott, Room 308
36.4
ORGANIZED SECTION CHAIRS BREAKFAST
Room: Marriott, Liberty Ballroom
36.5
PS EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING
Room: Marriott, Room 301

Friday, 7:00 AM to 8:30 AM

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Stephen DouglasĀs Self-Deception: Popular Sovereignty
in the Territories
Trevor Latimer, University of Georgia
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
40.2
DEMOCRACY NOW
Room: PCC, 108-A
Chair: Rosanne T. Kennedy, New York University
Disc:
David W. McIvor, Colorado State University
Papers: Democracy, Impatience, and Failure
Mario Feit, Georgia State University
On Dromophilia: Speed, Democracy and the Desire for a
"Quick Fix"
Simon Glezos, University of Victoria
The New Crowd: Masses, Mobs, and Movements Online
Nancy Sue Love, Appalachian State University
The museum as a site of democracy: affect, sensory
reasonings and history.
Elaine Stavro, Trent University
Toward a Counter-History of Democracy
Gabriel Rockhill, Villanova University
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
40.3
DEMOCRATIC ENGAGEMENT AND
DISENGAGEMENT
Room: PCC, 108-B
Chair: John T. Lombardini, College of William & Mary
Disc:
John T. Lombardini, College of William & Mary
Papers: Democratic Public Opinion and Freedom: A
Tocquevillian Problem and Solution
Jennie Choi Ikuta, University of Tulsa
Intergenerational Justice and Democratic Political
Engagement
Elizabeth Markovits, Mount Holyoke College
Modern Mindfulness: The Buddhist Retreat Toward
Democracy in the U.S.
Shannon Mariotti, Southwestern University
Stirring Emotion: The Place of Enthusiasm in Hatred for
Democracy
Andrew Poe, Amherst College
Tropes of Transit: The Muqqadimah, Zhuangzi, and
Discourses on Livy
Dorothy H. B. Kwek, Universität Konstanz
DIVISION 2: FOUNDATIONS OF POLITICAL THEORY
40.4
PROTESTS AND PUBLICS: REVISITING
MARGINALIZED GROUPS’ STANDING AND
UPTAKE
Room: PCC, 113-C
Chair: Karen Zivi, Grand Valley State University
Disc:
Andrew Schaap, University of Exeter
Papers: Between the Human and the Person: A Critical Inquiry
into the Subject of Rights
Ayten Gundogdu, Barnard College-Columbia
University
Respect for non-persons: Despotism, Domination, and
the Politics of Ecological Emancipation
Sharon R. Krause, Brown University
Seizing Standing: On the Politics of Claiming Oneself
Already Authorized
Daniel Nichanian

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Resonant Insurgency: The Function of Social
Movements as Democratic Claim-Makers
Deva Woodly, New School for Social Research
Moralizing Sensibilities and a Moral Economy of Protest
Ana Maria Ospina Pedraza
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
40.5
ASSESSING DELIBERATION
Room: PCC, 107-B
Chair: Mark E. Warren, University of British Columbia
Disc:
Mark E. Warren, University of British Columbia
Papers: An Epistemic Approach to Religion in the Public Sphere
Benjamin R. Hertzberg, Emory University
Inclusion and the Operationalization of Democratic
Listening
Molly Scudder, Purdue University
Trust and Deliberation: Consensuality and Agonism in
Police-Community Forums
Stephen K. White, University of Virginia
Rachel Lee Wahl, University of Virginia
Talking across Diversity: Deliberative Capital &
Facilitating Discourse Quality
Afsoun Afsahi, University of British Columbia
DIVISION 3: NORMATIVE POLITICAL THEORY
40.6
NORMATIVE THEORIZING WITH THOSE WHO
STRUGGLE
Room: PCC, 105-AB
Chair: Chris Tenove, University of Toronto
Part:
Brooke A. Ackerly, Vanderbilt University
Linda Bosniak, Rutgers University
Genevieve Fuji Johnson
Fonna Forman, University of California, San Diego
Antje Wiener, University of Hamburg
Luis Cabrera, Griffith University
DIVISION 4: FORMAL POLITICAL THEORY
40.7
DELEGATION AND THE MANAGEMENT OF
EVIDENCE AND INFORMATION
Room: PCC, 107-A
Chair: Kristopher W. Ramsay, Princeton University
Papers: An Informational Argument for Judicial Deference
Ian R. Turner, Texas A&M University
John W. Patty, University of Chicago
Decision Rules, Evidence Disclosure and Conflict of
Interest
Marlene Guraieb, New York University
Effort Allocation in a Resource Constrained Court: A
Theory of Case Management
Ryan Hubert, University of California, Davis
The Role of Courts in Technology Policy
Sepehr Shahshahani, Princeton University
Strategic Analysis of a "King-Maker"
Suhjin Lee, London School of Economics and
Political Science
DIVISION 5: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
40.8
THE POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY OF
DELIBERATING GROUPS
Room: Marriott, Room 408
Chair: Lilach Nir, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Disc:
Jason Barabas, Stony Brook University

Friday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

Papers: How Deliberation Changes Policy Attitudes: Learning
versus Diversity
Robert C. Luskin, University of Texas, Austin
Pete Mohanty, Stanford University
Opting Out of Political Discussions: Evidence of MicroProcesses of Polarization
Jaime E. Settle, College of William & Mary
Taylor Nicole Feenstra, University of California, San
Diego
Social Identity, Partisanship, and Political Deliberation
C. Daniel Myers, University of Minnesota
Social Stereotypes and the Flow of Ideas in Political
Deliberation
Edana Beauvais
Diversity, Deliberation, and the Creation of Bonding and
Bridging Capital
Taeku Lee, University of California, Berkeley
Kevin M. Esterling, University of California,
Riverside
Archon Fung, Harvard University
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
40.9
NEW THEORIES AND EVIDENCE ON
PROPERTY RIGHTS
Room: PCC, 102-A
Chair: Timothy Frye
Disc:
Timothy Frye
Papers: The Politics of Order in Informal Markets: Evidence
from Lagos
Shelby Grossman, Harvard University
The Cost of Government in Privatizing the Commons:
Kajiado District, Kenya
Colin Harris, George Mason University
Private Entrepreneurs, Legislatures, and Property
Protection in China
Yue Hou
Elite Capture: How Decentralization and Informal
Institutions Weaken Property Rights in China
Daniel Mattingly, Stanford University
DIVISION 6: POLITICAL ECONOMY
40.10
SOCIAL POLICY IN NON-DEMOCRACIES:
RUSSIA & CHINA
Room: PCC, 103-C
Chair: Sarah Wilson Sokhey, University of Colorado
Disc:
Israel Marques, National Research University - Higher
School of Economics
Mary E. Gallagher, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Papers: Conditions for Conditionality: Testing the Validity of
Linear Interaction Models
Jens Hainmueller, Stanford University
Jonathan Mummolo, Stanford University
Yiqing Xu, University of California, San Diego
Interdependent Outcomes in Political Science: Modeling
Dependence Across Choices
Scott Cook, Texas A&M University
Jude C. Hays, University of Pittsburgh
Robert J. Franzese, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor
Two Wrongs Make a Right: Misclassification in Binary
Data from Multiple Sourcess
Scott Cook, Texas A&M University
Modeling Unbalanced Multi-Level Data: Case of
Russian Fiscal Federalism.
Anna Pechenina
Richard Herrington, University Of North Texas
DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
40.12
TEXT ANALYSIS: METHODS
Room: Marriott, Franklin 3
Chair: Will Lowe, Princeton University
Disc:
Eugenia Giraudy, University of California, Berkeley
Anton Strezhnev, Harvard University
Papers: Active Learning for Automatic Content Analysis: Trend
Prediction in Big Data
Gregor Wiedemann, Leipzig University
Building Grammatical Models of Complex
Organizational Processes
Jon Strandquist, Graduate Institute of International
and Development Studies
Deep-Learning Methods for Analyzing Political
Language
Brice Acree, University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill
The Unreliability of Measures of Intercoder Reliability,
and What to do About it
Justin Grimmer, Stanford University
Gary King, Harvard University
Chiara Superti, Columbia University
DIVISION 10: POLITICAL SCIENCE EDUCATION
40.13
TRANSFORMATIONAL LEARNING IN DIVERSE
CONTEXTS
Room: Marriott, Room 305
Co-sponsored by DIVISION 9: TEACHING AND
LEARNING IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

Chair:
Disc:

DIVISION 8: POLITICAL METHODOLOGY
40.11
MODEL SPECIFICATION: METHODS AND
APPLICATIONS
Room: Marriott, Franklin 12
Chair: Suzanna Linn, Pennsylvania State University
Disc:
Adeline Lo
Graeme Blair, UCLA

Papers: Reaching beyond the WaterĀs Edge: Teaching Global
Engagement
Adam Lusk, Rosemont College
Teaching Students to Engage With Evidence: Evaluating
Active Learning Strategies
Steffen Blings, Cornell University
Sarah Maxey, Cornell University
Understanding Civic Engagement: ānow that I see it I
understandĀ
Sharon Mary Feeney, Dublin Institute of Technology
John W. Hogan, Dublin Institute of Technology

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China
Xian Huang, Rutgers University
Explaining VillagersĀ Trust in Healthcare Workers in
Rural China
Kerry Ratigan, Amherst College
The State that Betrays the Trust
Natalia Forrat, Stanford University

William E. Hudson, Providence College
Sarah Elizabeth Spengeman, Catholic University of
America
Michael L. Coulter, Grove City College

Instituto de Ciencia Política. Lorentzen.14 EXTRACTIVES IN CONTEXT: COMMUNITIES AND THE LOCAL POLITICS OF DISTRIBUTION Room: PCC.16 MILITARY COUPS. Univ.17 THE PERSISTENCE OF CLIENTELISM Room: PCC. Texas A&M University Papers: Coups. University of Gothenburg DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 40. Self-Governance. Weinthal. Emory University Susan C. Rueda. IE Business School. Indiana University Community Organization and Private Distributive Politics in Peru Matthew Amengual Property Rights. and DRC Jessica Steinberg.19 CONTENTION AND REPRESSION IN AFRICA AND SOUTH AMERICA Room: PCC.15 INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE UNDER AUTHORITARIAN RULE Room: PCC. Greensboro Populism and Party System Instability: Which Way Do the Arrows Run? Allen D. University of Gothenburg Disc: Ellen M. Colorado Technical University Normative Power Europe and Perceptions as Cultural Filters in Civic Studies Sharon Pardo. Wharton. School of IR Herbert Kitschelt. Seligson. Johns Hopkins University . University of Gothenburg Arturas Rozenas.Friday. PUCChile Michelle M. DEMOCRATIC EROSION. University of Pittsburgh Presidential-Election Rules and Democratic Erosion in Latin America Cynthia McClintock Mass Support for Coups d'etats in Latin America and the Caribbean: 2004-2014 Mitchell A. Stokes. University of Michigan. Emory University Grant T. of Pennsylvania DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS 40. Middlebury College Orion A. AND POLITICAL INSTABILITY Room: Marriott. Reed College DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS 40. New York University Kate Odziemkowska. University of California. 204-B Chair: Susan C. Cornell University 274 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 274 Radicalism and Democratic Backsliding in Latin America Anibal Perez-Linan. Emory University Don't Call It a Comeback: Autocratic Successor Parties and Democratization Michael K. University of Chicago Milena Ang Collan Granillo. University of Central Lancashire Disc: Chunman Zhang. and the Economic Value of Community Consent Sinziana Dorobantu. Duke University Disc: Erika S. 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM Transforming Learning: Teaching Non-traditional Students Carolyn Geiser. Pennsylvania State University Papers: Policy Experimentation as a Source of Institutional Change in China Jessica C. Lewis Elections as Subversive Institutions in Competitive Authoritarian Regimes Valerie Bunce Legitimizing Electoral Autocracies Aleksandar Matovski. University of North Texas DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS 40. Booth. Teets. 201-C Chair: Erika S. Nichter. Taylor-Robinson. UC San Diego The Gender Gap in Clientelism: Evidence from Argentina Mariela Szwarcberg Daby. New York University Papers: Opposition Unity and Cooptation in Presidential Elections in Sub-Saharan Africa Jennifer Gandhi. Yale University Freeness and Fairness: Connections between Subnational and National Elections Kelly M. 201-B Chair: Peter L. McMann. Yale University Disc: Miguel R. Buckles. Lust. Franklin 13 Chair: Cynthia McClintock Disc: Juan Pablo Luna. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS 40. Weinthal. Attempts. 201-A Chair: Yu Tao. University of New South Wales When Polarization Trumps Virtue: Captured Voters and Subversion of Democracy Milan Svolik. Ann Arbor Darin Self. Berkeley Disc: Joseph Wright. Duke University Papers: Subnational Bargaining over Mining Rents: Evidence from the Argentine Provinces Paul Alexander Haslam. Lindberg. University of Chicago Party Organization and Linkage Strategies Daniel Max Kselman. University of North Carolina. Miller. George Washington University Getting Elections Right? Electoral Reform in Democracies and Autocracies Carolien Van Ham. Hicken. Stanford University The Origins of Ethnic Orders: Institutional Emergence in Authoritarian Malaysia Thomas Pepinsky DIVISION 11: COMPARATIVE POLITICS 40. Zambia. Stokes.18 THE ROLE OF ELECTIONS IN REGIME TRANSFORMATIONS Room: PCC. Lust. Vanderbilt University John A. Case Western Reserve University Staffan I. Duke University Why Citizens Sustain Clientelism Simeon C. Yale University Papers: Transitional Justice and Clientelism Monika Nalepa. and Rebellions: Instability in Latin American Politics Fabrice Lehoucq. 109-AB Chair: Ellen M. University of Ottawa Firm as Governor? Effects of Firms on Governance in Mozambique.

8:00 AM to 9:30 AM Papers: Anti-Slavery Activism in Mauritania and Social Movement Theory Claire Seulgie Lim. Brown University Police. American University Papers: Firms in Firmament: Protean Power and Hydrocarbons Rawi Abdelal. Haverford College Control and Protean Power in Contemporary Arms Control Jennifer L. Boston College DIVISION 15: EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY 40. University of Michigan Ann Arbor WhoĀs to Blame: Economic Performance & Blame in a Centralized Political System Quintin H. University of Ottawa Miles Kahler. Georgetown University DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 275 Daily Schedule Papers: Public Support for Anti-Corruption Policies: Is More Spending Acceptable? Tatiana Kostadinova. Hitotsubashi University Rentaro Iida Jonathan Robert Lewis. university of iowa Papers: External Endorsements and Economic Policy Preferences in the Crisis Alexander Kuo. university of iowa Disc: Michael S. Lavelle. Irvine The Origin of Social Capital: Great Transformation in Quake-stricken China Taiyi Sun. University of Nevada-Las Vegas Rafael Oganesyan. Las Vegas DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY 40. University of Nevada. Boston University Avenue of Transgression: Mass Movement & Resource Subsidies in Egypt and Nigeria Marcus Walton. Morocco & Turkey Kelsey P. Chinese University of Hong Kong Disc: Veronica Herrera. Lewis-Beck. Duke University Ashutosh Varshney. Boston University DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 40. City University London Disc: Kathryn C. University of Georgia.25 THE EVOLUTION OF FINANCIAL REGULATIONS: INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE CONTEXTS Room: PCC. Taxes & Governance Compared to Poland & Russia Marc P. University of Wisconsin. Graduate School of Social Sciences. Milwaukee The Politics of Corporate Tax Competition in Eastern Europe Carissa Tudor Block 275 . 103-B Chair: Christopher Gandrud. Beazer. European University Institute Hanna Kleider. Bloomington DIVISION 13: THE POLITICS OF COMMUNIST AND FORMER COMMUNIST COUNTRIES 40. American University Disc: Jacqueline Best. Commonwealth A2 Chair: Lucia A. Boise State University Natasha Borges Sugiyama. Berenson. 1: PROTEAN AND CONTROL POWER IN INTERACTION Room: Loews. Cornell University Jose Fernandez-Albertos. Seybert. Indiana University. Florida State University Ora John Reuter. King's College London The Influence of Party Strategies on VotersĀ Attitudes Towards Corruption Albana Shehaj. University of Colorado Boulder The Emergence of Economic Voting in European Parliamentary Elections Nathan Henceroth. Grinnell College Disc: Besnik Pula.23 GREAT TRANSFORMATIONS IN WORLD POL.24 ECONOMIC PREFERENCES AND ECONOMIC VOTING IN EUROPE Room: PCC. Northwestern University Terrorism and Protean Power Barak Mendelsohn.21 THE NATURE OF INDIAN DEMOCRACY Room: PCC. 111-B Chair: Jing Vivian Zhan. Florida International University Ukraine in Transformation: Trust. College of William & Mary Part: Anirudh Krishna. Mullen. Northwestern University Stephen Craig Nelson. Virginia Tech DIVISION 14: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES 40.Friday. University of Connecticut Papers: How Democracy Works: Participatory Institutions and Well-being in Brazil Michael Touchton. Brown University Atul Kohli. Hitotsubashi University DIVISION 12: COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 40. University of Wisconsin. University of Pittsburgh Political Violence and Parliament in Nigeria Kazuhiro Obayashi. 202-B Chair: Danielle Nicole Lussier. UGA Pocketbook in Private? Social Pressure and Economic Policy Evaluations in the EU Jim M Pripusich. Milwaukee Participatory Budgeting in El Salvador Ten Years Later Gary Bland Strategic Ambivalence: Migrant and Refugee Engagement in Egypt. Norman. Case Western Reserve University Abraham Newman. Princeton University Maya Jessica Tudor Paul Staniland. Harvard University Protean Power and Financial Markets Erin Lockwood. Politics and Public Security in Brazil Douglas Block.20 DYNAMICS OF PARTICIPATION AND ENGAGEMENT Room: PCC. New School for Social Research Sumit Ganguly.22 CHALLENGES OF POSTCOMMUNIST GOVERNANCE Room: PCC. 203-B Chair: Michael S. Lewis-Beck. University of Chicago Sanjay Ruparelia. University of California. CSIC Left-Leaning and Unwilling to Support Redistribution Florian Stoeckel. University of Miami Brian Wampler. 113-A Chair: Rani D. Erickson.

Franklin 5 Chair: Sheng Ding. Madison Keeping the Euro at any Cost? Explaining Greek Preferences for Euro Membership Elias Dinas. University of Zurich DIVISION 17: INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION 40. Massachusetts Institute of Technology DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY 40. UC-Berkeley Leaders. 103-A Chair: Joanne Gowa. University of Pennsylvania Big Treaties. University of Wisconsin. TAIPEI. Advisers. TOKYO: EAST ASIAN SECURITY RELATIONS Room: Marriott. Yale University Robert F.29 LEADERS IN THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM Room: Marriott. Victoria University of Wellington Papers: Bargaining over Compliance: Strategic Escalations of EU Infringement Proceedings Tobias Hofmann. Twomey. University of Pennsylvania Interests. City University London Financial Globalization Policy Diffusion: Adoption of Basel I Meredith Wilf. Franklin 1 Chair: Anoop K. University of Chicago. London School of Economics Christopher Gandrud.30 BEIJING. University of California. Ithaca College Ming-Ping (Eric) Chiu. University of Michigan. University of California. National University of Singapore Compliance with Multilateral Treaties: Evidence from Self-Reporting Karolina M. University of Pennsylvania Witold J. Henisz. Institutions. Putnam. University of Minnesota Alliances and Repression Alexander Von Hagen-Jamar. Small Effects Joanne Gowa. Milewicz. Mansfield. Sarbahi. Claremont Graduate University Greg Richey. Victoria University of Wellington Disc: Jana von Stein. University of Rochester Disc: Henk Erich Goemans. London School of Economics Mark Copelovitch. and Foreign Policy Change Brett Ashley Leeds. Texas A&M University Sizing up the Adversary: Leader Attributes and Reciprocation Michael Horowitz. Naval Postgraduate School . Los Angeles 276 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 276 The Consequences of Membership Suspension from International Organizations Inken von Borzyskowski. University of York Nikitas Konstantinidis. Princeton University Raymond Hicks The Global Consequences of Domestic Regulation Rebecca Perlman Partisan Politics in International Financial Rescues Stephanie J. University of Pennsylvania Papers: Agency Versus Structure in International Affairs: A New Empirical Approach Allan Dafoe. Ann Arbor Organization-Building and Insurgent Military Effectiveness During Iraq Alec Worsnop. Bloomsburg University Disc: Christopher P. University of Melbourne Do Financial Crises Discipline Future Credit Growth? Puspa D Amri. Columbia University Judith Lynn Goldstein. University of Minnesota Papers: Food Insecurity and Violence Ore Koren. George Washington University DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY 40. Trager.28 BLURRED LINES IN REPERTOIRES OF POLITICAL VIOLENCE AND REPRESSION Room: Marriott. George Washington University Scott Wolford. University of Cambridge Stefanie Walter. and the Political Origins of Elite Support for War Elizabeth Nathan Saunders. 104-A Chair: Jana von Stein. Columbia University DIVISION 18: INTERNATIONAL SECURITY 40. Chwieroth. University of Oxford Design of Enforcement: Collective Action & the Enforcement of International Law Leslie Johns.27 COMPLIANCE AND ENFORCEMENT Room: PCC. Lund University International Negotiations and the Repression-Dissent Nexus Yonatan Lupu. University of Rochester Michael Horowitz. Melbourne School of Government. 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM Papers: The Political Economy of Implementing Macroprudential Regulatory Tools Jeffrey M. Florida State University Felicity Vabulas. University of Minnesota Disc: Ore Koren. Stanford University Papers: Political Economy of Financial Reform Edward D. Willett.Friday. UCLA Andrew Bertoli. University of Oxford Ignacio Jurado. Berkeley Career Socialization and Leader Violations of Treaty Commitments Matthew Fuhrmann. Rickard. Claremont Graduate University DIVISION 16: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY 40. University of Pittsburgh Making Banks Pay--Extensions of Deposit Insurance Schemes Raphael Reinke The Changing Politics of Regulating Systemically Important Banks Andrew Walter. Princeton University Disc: Allison Carnegie. Harris School of Public Policy Studies The International Law and Politics of Treaty Drift Tonya L. California State University San Bernardio Thomas D. University of Texas Protectors or Predators: Gendarmeries in State Repression Meredith Blank.26 THE IMPACT OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS AND EVENTS Room: PCC. Rice University Michaela Mattes. Franklin 2 Chair: Henk Erich Goemans.

31 DOMESTIC AUDIENCE COSTS Room: Marriott. University of Georgia Joel Sievert How Parties Construct Democracy: Ballot Law Changes in the US Erik J. House Elections Jamie L. Powell.Friday. Tamkang University Struggle for Recognition in the Sino-Japanese Relations Seunghee OH. Davis Jordan Kujala Choice and Competition in Primary Elections Aaron Scott King.32 THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF GOVERNMENTSPONSORED MASS KILLING Room: Marriott. University of Rochester Lynda W. Vaughn. University of North Carolina. Clinger. Waseda University Masaaki Higashijima. 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM Papers: Back to the Future: Instability of Sino-Japan Relationship in the 21st Century Hsiao-chuan Liao. Tohoku University Shin Toyoda. Carson.33 PRIMARIES. Donnelly. Salon B Chair: Alexander Siedschlag. University of Southern California Political Determinants of Bureaucratic Autonomy: Social Policymaking in Turkey Ozsel Beleli. Sabanci University Papers: Audience Costs: Why Regime Type Does Not Matter Olivier Henripin. Franklin 10 Chair: Justin S. Boise State University Papers: Structural Reorganization as Personnel Management Mikael Holmgren. Engstrom. Stanford University Learning Audience's Resolve: Endogenous Publicity and Crisis Bargaining Cathy Xuanxuan Wu. Duke University Disc: Scott Straus. Ramapo College of New Jersey Difficult but Necessary: Changing the U. Uppsala University Lisa Hultman. University of Gothenburg Unwanted Bureaucracy: Congressional Testimony by Unsympathetic Agency Leadership Joshua Semat. Austin Taking Voters Seriously: Electoral Cycles of Audience Costs Kiyotaka Yasui.S. Chapel Hill DIVISION 24: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 40. Room 306 Chair: Lynda W. Murray State University Papers: Corporate Political Activity as a Bundle of Goods Maxwell B. Davis Jason M. Princeton University Off to the Courts? Or the Agency?: Public Attitudes on Policy Enforcement Shana Kushner Gadarian. Syracuse University Quinn W. University at Albany. Ewha Womans University Why Underbalancing? Nation Building and TaiwanĀs Rapprochement toward China Dean Chen. Franklin 9 Chair: Patricia Strach. Kansas University The International Control of Government Mass Violence Kristin Marie Bakke. Mitchell. UC Davis Disc: . University of North Carolina.the Public&the Endless Education Reform Cycle Eleanor Schiff. Powell. Uppsala University Government-Sponsored Mass Killing as a Commitment Problem Gary Uzonyi. Madison DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES 40. University of California. Chicago Engaging the Chinese Domestic Audience During Foreign Policy Crises Yue Zou Going Public under Media Pressure Azusa Katagiri. University of Oxford PrincipalsĀ Tension: Institutions.S. University of California. Syracuse University Electoral Accountability in 19th Century U. Wilmington The Concept of a Candidacy Danielle Thomsen. CANDIDATES. Salon A Chair: Gary Uzonyi.35 NEW RESEARCH ON THE POLITICS OF POLICYMAKING PROCESSES Room: Marriott. Pennsylvania State University Intergovernmental Collaborative Management as a Congressional Choice Anthony Michael Bertelli. Pennsylvania State University DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY 40. Roberts. University College London Neil J. AND BALLOTS: ELECTORAL COMPETITION IN THE UNITED STATES Room: Marriott. Boise State University Disc: Justin S. Vaughn. Palmer. Mulroy.-Taiwan Defense Relationship Eric Gomez Prospect Theory and Sino-Japanese Maritime Disputes Dalei Jie. University of Rochester Laurel Harbridge. New York University Pamela Clouser McCann. Boston University Benjamin Schneer. Northwestern University Papers: Do Congressional Incumbents Benefit From Divisive Out-Party Primary Elections? Christopher P. Department of Political Science. University College London Hannah Smidt Ethnic Exclusion and Collective Targeting in Civil War Hanne Fjelde. SUNY Disc: James C. Northwestern University DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 277 277 Daily Schedule Papers: Government Mass Killing and Post-Conflict Terrorism Nazli Avdan. and Stakeholders in Public Pension Financial Reporting Carolyn Abott. University of Wisconsin. Peking University DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES 40. Waseda University DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES 40.34 OF AGENTS AND PRINCIPALS Room: Marriott. Penn State Harrisburg Disc: Kerim Can Kavakli. Loyola University. Duke University Military Ethnic Composition and Genocide Paul Lorenzo Johnson. Transparency. University of Texas. Florida State University Disclosure. Ewha Womans University Eunbong Choi.

39 GOVERNORS IN THE AMERICAN STATES Room: Marriott. N.36 COURTING THE PUBLIC: JUDICIAL REVIEW AND INDEPENDENCE IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE Room: PCC. Walker. University of Houston Savannah Sipole. Boyea. Georgia State University Samantha Harris. University of Delaware Timothy Kuhner. Vanderbilt University News Coverage of the 2013 Virginia GovernorĀs Race vs Presidential Election News S.Friday. Devolution and American Federalism in an Age of Polarization Joshua Meyer-Gutbrod A Paradox of Externalities in Federal Systems Sanford C. Emory University Lee D. Oberlin College Part: Donald A. Louis DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE 40. University of Arkansas at Little Rock . Rhodes College Nelson C. Schneider. University of Houston Michelle Helene Belco. 113-B Chair: Susanne Schorpp Disc: Jeffrey Staton. California State University. Florida State University 278 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 278 Unpopular Policy. 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM Which Immigration Policies Advance in Congress? Jennifer Hayes Clark. Downs.S. Farnsworth. and Australia Carol S. Regime Type and Judicial Independence Brad Epperly. Winters. NYU DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND POLICY 40. University of Houston Beyond Policy Adoption: How Implementation Expands the Scope of Diffusion Kelly Branham Smith. Legislative Oppositions & Judicial Decision-Making Benjamin Bricker. Smith Wayne Batchis. Duke University Sharece Thrower. Brown University DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS 40. Hirsch.37 THE FIRST AMENDMENT IN A DIVERSE AGE Room: Marriott. Southern Illinois University. Brigham Young University Alexander Bolton. Camden Callum Ingram. University of Oxford Polarization and Intergovernmental Health Policy in the U. American University Giving to Governors: How Region and Competition Impact Contributions Brent D. Western University Daniel Silver Jan Doering. Michigan State University John Barry Ryan. Carbondale Inter-branch Crisis Bargaining in Separation of Powers Systems Amanda Driscoll Political Competition. Jensen. Texas Tech University Papers: Bring on the Sunshine: The Effect of Legislative Term Limits on Executive Success Samantha Guthrie. New York University Dimitri Landa. DePauw University Papers: Amplifying Collaboration: Participatory Budgeting and Community Organizations Carolina Johnson.38 POLARIZATION AND (DE)CENTRALIZATION Room: Marriott. Craw. University of Southern California Jefferey M. University of Amsterdam There Goes the Neighborhood? Neighborhood Institutions and Parolee Integration Michael C. Sellers The Defended Neighborhood: How Attitudes towards Immigrants Change over Time Sjoerdje Charlotte van Heerden. Weissert. University of Toronto Promise or Peril? Neighborhood Capacities for Urban Regeneration Ellen Shiau. Dometrius. University of North Texas Papers: The General Will? The Public. University of South Carolina āLooks Can be DeceivingĀ: Judicial Councils and Judicial Independence Karen Bodnaruk Jazayeri Public Awareness and the Behavior of "Unpopular" Courts Jay Krehbiel. University of Washington Neighborhood Effects on Electoral Behavior in a Large City: Toronto. Room 307 Chair: Richard F. Rutgers University. North Carolina State University Papers: Governors. University of Mary Washington DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL POLITICS 40. Hyper-Partisanship. Room 409 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS Chair: Disc: Melanie Marie Bowers. Johnson. Los Angeles Juliet Ann Musso. American University Polarization and Executive Policymaking: Evidence from the American States Michael Barber. 1997-2014 Zack Taylor. Gordon. Madison Rogers M. Dartmouth College Disc: Renée J. Foundation for Individual Rights in Education DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS 40. Lehigh University Offers and Throffers: The New Politics of Education Policy Ursula Hackett. Birkland. Robert Lichter. Stony Brook University Thomas A. University of Texas at Arlington Gubernatorial Executive Orders: A Focus on Function Over Form William Harder. and Shifting Alignments in the Federal System Jennifer M. Washington University in St. University of Wisconsin. George Mason University Stephen J.40 NEIGHBORHOOD-LEVEL POLITICAL DYNAMICS Room: Marriott. Room 304 Chair: H. Franklin 8 Co-sponsored by Publius: The Journal of Federalism Chair: Disc: Saundra K.

University of Massachusetts Boston Christine Marie Sierra. University of Southern California Carol Hardy-Fanta. University of Gothenburg Monika Djerf-Pierre. Harvard University Karen Beckwith. Uppsala University Lenita Freidenvall. Carroll. University at Buffalo. Clark University What Candidates Say & What is Reported: Bias in Coverage of Minority Candidates Hans J. Valenzuela.45 RACIAL. Gracey. Boston College Antoine Yoshinaka. Franklin 7 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION Chair: Disc: Nicholas Winter.44 MEDIA PRIMING OF RACIST SENTIMENTS Room: Marriott. Valentino. University of Michigan Jane Y. American University Working for Women? The Emergence and Impact of the WomenĀs Equality Party Elizabeth J. University of Bristol Meryl Kenny. University of Notre Dame Pei-te Lien. University of Texas at Austin Muslim-American Portrayals in the Media and Effects on Mass Attitudes Nazita Lajevardi. Rice University Tània Verge. Las Vegas Lindsey Cormack. and BlacksĀ Stereotypes of Latinos D. Xavier Medina Vidal. Cox. Higgins. Pennsylvania State University Corruption and Gendered Perceptions of Elites in Spain and Portugal Leslie A. Room 303 Chair: Stephen Maynard Caliendo. University of California Los Angeles Ali A. ETHNICITY AND POLITICS 40. Schwindt-Bayer. SUBSTANCE AND IMPACT Room: Marriott.43 CONTESTED TRANSFORMATION: RACE GENDER & POLITICAL LEADERSHIP IN 21ST CENTURY USA Room: Marriott. GESIS . University of Notre Dame The Effect of Co-Ethnic Churches on Latino & Asian American Political Attitudes Alvaro Jose Corral. University of Michigan. Princeton University Loren Collingwood. 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS RESEARCH 40. University at Buffalo.42 WOMEN’S PARTIES AROUND THE WORLD: ORIGINS. The Ohio State University Part: Susan J. Ochanomizu University DIVISION 32: RACE. Pinderhughes. Media Source. Junn. UCSD DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES 40. University of Nevada. Hopkins. Cowell-Meyers. Queen Mary University of London David John Cutts. IE University Using Non-binary Measures of Gender to Study Sex Gaps in Party Choice Kristi Winters. Matthew Vandenbroek. North Central College Disc: Carolina Ferrerosa-Young. Virginia Tech Betina Cutaia Wilkinson. Smooth. Room 415 Chair: Dilara Kadriye Uskup Disc: Dilara Kadriye Uskup Kellen J. ETHNICITY AND POLITICS 40. University of Michigan. ETHNIC. University of Gothenburg DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS RESEARCH 40. Strategy and System Kimberly B. Public Religion Research Institute Racialized Churches: How Race Changes the Impact of Church Congregations Meyer Levy. Cooper. American University Gendered Media Leads to Gendered Attitudes: Evidence from the UK and the US Shan-Jan Sarah Liu. University of Edinburgh How Inclusive is the Feminist Initiative? Elin Bjarnegard. North Central College Papers: Priming Anti-Latino Prejudice in Contemporary Political Campaigns Tyler Thomas Reny. Cornell College DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS 40. Public Religion Research Institute Robert P Jones. Stockholm University Challenges and New Strategies of the WomenĀs Local Party in Japan Ki-Young Shin. Austin Who are They? An Examination of Identities in Media Coverage of Immigration Emily Farris. New Brunswick John Armando Garcia. University of New Mexico Dianne M.Friday.41 INNOVATIONS IN ASSESSING GENDER GAPS AND ATTITUDES Room: Marriott. SUNY DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 279 279 Daily Schedule DIVISION 32: RACE. Wake Forest University The Changing Norms of Racial Political Rhetoric and the End of Racial Priming Nicholas A.46 THE GEOGRAPHY OF PARTY POLITICS Room: Marriott. SUNY Disc: David A. Universitat Pompeu Fabra Nina Wiesehomeier.Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences Peter Allen. Hassell. Jelen. Evans. Stevens Institute of Technology Papers: Evaluating the Impact of Gender Quotas on Attitudes Towards Female Politicians Danielle M. Public Religion Research Institute Daniel A. AND RELIGIOUS DIVISIONS Room: Marriott. University of Iowa Papers: Measuring American Religious Diversity and Its Association with Out-group Threat Betsy L. Salon J Chair: Antoine Yoshinaka. Case Western Reserve University Papers: Do WomenĀs Parties Improve the Lot of Women? Impact. Rutgers University. University of California Santa Barbara . Public Religion Research Institute Rachel Lienesch.G. Columbia University Stephen Maynard Caliendo. UC Riverside Media Coverage. Texas Christian University Heather Silber Mohamed. University of Bath Can Gender Identity Explain Gaps Between Women and Men in Socio-tropic Anxiety? Lena Wangnerud. University of Virginia Ted G. University of Texas. Meeting Room 501 Chair: Wendy G. Franklin 6 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES Chair: Disc: Ana Catalano Weeks. Ann Arbor Fabian Guy Neuner. Ann Arbor L. University of Gothenburg Maria Solevid.

47 THE CAUSES AND POLITICAL CONSEQUENCES OF PARTIES' POLICY IMAGES Room: Marriott. Charlotte Papers: Can Involvement in Decision-Making Procedures Foster Political Trust? Hannah Werner. A Belgian Panel Study Sofie Marien. University of British Columbia The Effect of Direct Democracy on Political Trust. Wesleyan University Papers: Timing the Habit: Voter Registration and Turnout in the American States Daniel A. Christoph Steinhardt. Simon Fraser University Network Discord and Political Engagement: Dynamic Patterns among Teens Jennifer Fitzgerald Erik Amnå. Fayetteville Karen Denice Sebold. University of North Carolina. AND ENGAGEMENT Room: Marriott. Trust. Richman. University of Texas at Austin Follow the (Foreign) Leader Tobias Friedrich Karl Boehmelt. University of Florida Enrijeta Shino. The University of Houston Gender Stereotyping in New Politics: Old Traits for New Parties? Monica Ferrin Marta Fraile. University of California. University of Arkansas. Chapel Hill Amy Sentementes. University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill Leah Christiani. 1932-2014 Daniel J. Merced DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR 40. University of Leuven Did Rapid Modernization Destroy Social Trust in China? H. University of Mississippi Papers: Candidate Rhetoric and The Gender Gap in American Presidential Campaigns Marcia Neille Beyer. Merced Matthew V. University of California. University of Florida How Young is too Young? Voting at 16 and Political Participation Laura Bronner. Chapel Hill Kelsey Shoub. Department of Government. de Rooij.S. University of Leuven Political Lie Detection Jonathan Woon. 112-B Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS RESEARCH Chair: Disc: Kelly Dittmar. Nuffield Centre for Experimental Social Sciences DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION 40. LSE David Ifkovits. Salon I Chair: Joseph E. University of Pennsylvania Eric Schickler. UCLA The Nationalization of State Politics: Polarization and Electoral Bias Jesse T. University of North Carolina. University of California. University of Essex How Election Campaigns affect Voter Perceptions of Party Positions Zeynep Somer-Topcu. POLITICAL PARTICIPATION. Salon C Chair: Randolph T.Friday. University of British Columbia DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR 40. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill . CSIC Gema M. Wesleyan University Disc: Josh Carpenter. Rutgers University-Camden Heather L. and Tolerance: Cross-national Evidence Sule Yaylaci. University of Essex Roni Lehrer Hugh Ward. Fayetteville Nationalization. Ondercin. Davis Simon Weschle.49 IT'S A MATTER OF TRUST: INSTITUTIONAL AND ATTITUDINAL EFFECTS ON TRUST Room: Marriott. University of Magdeburg Intrastate Violence. Dowdle. Old Dominion University The Nationalization of U. Old Dominion University Joshua N. Fayetteville Joshua L. Political Parties. University of Miami Disc: Cherie Maestas. Hopkins. University of California. Zingher. Rice University Papers: Beyond Manifestos: How Voters infer Policy Positions based on Party Interactions James Adams. Carlos III-Juan March Institute of Social Sciences (IC3JM) How Powerful a Presence? Women as Sources in Television News Pamela Johnston Conover. University of Texas at Austin Margit Tavits. Örebro University Ali Abdelzadeh Altruistic Motivation for Election Participation: A Synchronic Online Experiment Akitaka Matsuo. Oxford University Logan Dancey. Berkeley The Political Geography of Independent Expenditures in Presidential Nominations Andrew J. Oriel College.50 GENDER AND POLITICAL COMMUNICATION Room: PCC. Garcia Albacete. Smith. Stevenson. 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM Papers: Decentralization as Party Electoral Strategy Kathryn Wainfan. University of Arkansas. The Chinese University of Hong Kong Jan Delhey. and Volatility: Canada as a Critical Case Richard Johnston. Department of Government 280 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 280 Immigrant Turnout and the Political Context of Origin and Destination Eline A. Louis Pathologies of the Politically Engaged Citizen David Fortunato. University of North Carolina. Salon D Chair: Logan Dancey. Sectional Insurgency. University of Essex Lawrence Ezrow. Carlos III-Juan March Institute of Social Sciences (IC3JM) Christopher Wlezien. University of Arkansas. Rice University Disc: Randolph T. Uscinski. Hibbing.48 TURNOUT. Mitchell. University of Pittsburgh DIVISION 38: POLITICAL COMMUNICATION 40. Stevenson. Washington University in St. Harvard University.

8:00 AM to 9:30 AM The Twitter Revolution: Will Girls Be Allowed? Phillip J.54 NEW GLOBAL POLITICS?: INTERNATIONALIZING THE CAUCUS FOR A NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE Room: Marriott. University of British Columbia The Effects of Local Pollution Regulation on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Claire Brunel. Johns Hopkins University G. Rogerson. Franklin 4 Chair: Geoff Dancy.53 HONOR. City University of New York One Hesitates to Call Them Living: What Remains of the Human in Giorgio Agamben William Stahl Papers: Changing the Discipline and the World: Reflections on Cross-Field Collaboration Kevin Funk. Bosia. University of Florida To Struggle for a Better World: Radical Scholarship in the Anthropocene Mauro J.John Jay College Disc: Isaac Kamola. American University-SIS Derrick L. Tulane University Disc: Geoff Dancy. University of Warwick Do Truth Commissions Contribute to Democratic Governance? Oskar N. Hampden-Sydney College Narrative and Social Class under Italian Fascism Chiara Ferrari. George Mason University DIVISION 41: POLITICS. Caraccioli. Meeting Room 502 Chair: Susan Lee Kang. Schaefer. University of Amsterdam The State Strikes Back: IOs as Impediments to Global Governance Dane K. SUNY APSA and Justice in Palestine: Building a Discipline. Rutgers University How Do Human Rights Trials Deter Future Violence? the South Korean Experience Hae Won Lee. Appalachian State University DIVISION 39: SCIENCE. Rahman. Levinson. University of Michigan Explaining Patterns of Local Government Climate Adaptation Derek Kauneckis. Ardoin. American University DIVISION 40: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS 40. University of Connecticut Disc: Donald D.55 MODERNIST INTERNATIONALISMS AND NEW WORLD ORDERS Room: Loews. St. Princeton University Mass Justice: Why It Consolidates Both Democratic and Authoritarian Transitions Anu Chakravarty Historical Memory of State Repression and the Tunisian Democratic Transition Sarah Weirich. Duke University Papers: Climate Policy Resilience in the Canadian Provinces: The Case of Carbon Pricing David Hubert Houle. Virginia Tech State as Exception: An Alternative LGBTI Politics and Alternatives to the State Michael J. 1895-2015 Craig N. Salon KL Part: Nanette S. John Ikenberry. AND FILM 40.51 CLIMATE ACTION AT STATE AND LOCAL LEVELS Room: Marriott. Denison University DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION 40. University of Toronto Elizabeth Ann Albright. Wu Kenneth S. CUNY.P. AND THE RELATIVITY OF VALUES Room: PCC. Room 407 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY Chair: Disc: Sara Hughes. Heike Schotten. American University Irene S. Expanding a Struggle C. TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS 40. Wellesley College Internationalism in the Global Commons Elizabeth Ann Mendenhall Power and Partnership: The Shifting Foundations of the Western Liberal Order Peter Trubowitz. Singh. Tulane University Papers: Setting Rules of how to Make the Rules: A Crucial Phase in Constitution-Making Tereza Jermanova. Johns Hopkins University Disc: Jeffrey W. Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs Sustainable Transformations: Using Density Bonusing to Meet Local Climate Goals Elizabeth Schwartz. Thoms. LITERATURE. University of Massachusetts Boston . Duke University Elizabeth (Betty) C. Princeton University Internationalist Engineers: Industrial Standard-Setting. Murphy.T. Cogburn. Boston University DIVISION 45: HUMAN RIGHTS 40. 110-AB Chair: Cyrus Ernesto Zirakzadeh. University of Connecticut J. Michael's College Activist Scholarship. Commonwealth A1 Chair: Daniel Deudney. 104-B DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 281 281 Daily Schedule Papers: "Arrange your Face": Honor and Affect in 'Wolf Hall' Smita A. Appalachian State University Renee Gannon Scherlen. Trinity College Laura E Sjoberg DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND POLITICS 40. Legro Papers: Toward a Typology of Modernist Internationalisms Daniel Deudney. London School of Economics Brian Burgoon. Imerman.56 CONSTITUTION MAKING AND TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE Room: Marriott.52 AUTHORS/CRITICS ROUNDTABLE: INTERNET GOVERNANCE RESEARCH METHODS Room: Marriott. DePauw University AchebeĀs Heroditean Inquiry or His Non-relative Defense of Relativism Kenneth DeLuca. Hanson. Georgia State University Varad Mehta DIVISION 42: NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE 40.Friday. Out of Place? Meredith L.57 HUMAN RIGHTS AND FOREIGN POLICY Room: PCC.A. Weiss. EXCELLENCE. University at Albany.

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Koc University Disc: Galia Press-Barnathan. University at Buffalo DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES 45. Lim. Delaware State University Disc: Jeremy D. Middlebury College Disc: Susan H. Wayne State University Drone Strikes and ĄHearts and Mindsď: A QuasiExperimental Analysis in Pakistan Daniel Silverman. University of Delaware The Anachronism of A China Socialized: Why Has Engagement Failed? Xiangfeng Yang. Yale University Disc: Michael James Gilligan. Lopez. Harvard University Elena V. Carter. University of California. Room 303 Chair: Martin Ejnar Hansen. Princeton University Expecting the Unexpected: Disaster Risks and Conflict Muhammet Bas. Yonsei University Wonju Campus DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES 45. Michigan State University Beth Elise Whitaker. Goethe-University Frankfurt DIVISION 23: PRESIDENTS AND EXECUTIVE POLITICS 45. Salon A Chair: Amy Yuen. University of North Carolina.31 QUASI-EXPERIMENTS OF CONFLICT Room: Marriott.30 PEACEKEEPING Room: Marriott. Salon B Chair: Robert Blair. University of Houston Papers: An Endogenous Account of the Crisis of Governing Legitimacy Curt Nichols. Princeton University How War Changes Land: The Long-term Economic Impact of US Bombing in Cambodia Erin Lin. Rice University Approving of But Not Choosing Violence: Paths of Nonviolent Radicals Maiah Jaskoski. Oklahoma State University UN Peacekeeping and Selectivity Miku Matsunaga 290 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 290 DIVISION 21: CONFLICT PROCESSES 45.32 LEGISLATIVE BEHAVIOR IN EUROPE Room: Marriott.Friday. Snow Cover. Hebrew University of Jerusalem Belgin San-Akca. Bailey. National University of Singapore The Road Not Taken: William Howard Taft and the Dilemmas of Regime Restoration David A. Syracuse University The Origin of US Racial Imperialism Taesuh Cha. Santa Cruz DIVISION 20: FOREIGN POLICY 45. and the Fighting Season in Afghanistan. Franklin 9 Chair: Samuel B. George Mason University Quality of Peace and Long Peace Resat Bayer. Sacred Heart University ICTs and Peacekeeping: ICT Investment and Postconflict Stability Charles Patrick Martin-Shields. University of North Carolina. Veale. Hoff. University of Mississippi Papers: Collaborating for Peace: Inter-Organizational Networks in Peace Operations Isil Akbulut. 1811-1945 Niels Goet. Franklin 5 Chair: Belgin San-Akca. University of Bristol Who Represents the Poor? German Legislators and Welfare State Policies Thomas Zittel.33 PERSPECTIVES ON EXECUTIVE POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT Room: Marriott. Johns Hopkins University Race and War: The Enemy Image and Disastrous Outcomes of the Second World War Shino Yokotsuka. Allen. 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM Papers: Rebel Funding and Conflict Duration Justin Conrad. Koc University Targeting Peace: United Nations Peacekeeping Operations and Terrorist Activity Jacob A. New York University Papers: Climate Change. University of Reading State Identity Discourses and Continuity and Change in IranĀs Nuclear Policy Abolghasem Bayyenat. Baylor University Jill Nichols. Trinity University . House of Commons Sarah Childs. University of Oxford Papers: Private Members Bills: experimental evidence from the UK Peter Charles John. Dartmouth College Regulating Legislative Debate in the UK House of Commons. Baylor University Martin Van Buren and the Jacksonian Reinvention of the Constitution Elvin T. University of Oxford Signals of Ambition: Speech and Career Progression in the House of Commons Patrick Leslie. Susquehanna University Rule without States? Exploring the Implications of NonState Actor Governance Liana Eustacia Reyes-Reardon.29 IMAGE AND IDENTITY IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICS Room: Marriott. Charlotte James Igoe Walsh. SUNY. Drew University Daniel J. Santa Cruz Michael Wilson. Ohio State University Economic Shocks and Rebel Tactics: Evidence from Colombia Austin Wright. University of California. Koc University Papers: Debating IndiaĀs ĄSecurity Identityď as a "Rising" Maritime Power(1998-2015) Pounami Basu. 2001-2013 Timothy A. Crockett. Charlotte Kevin T Greene. University of North Carolina. University College London Yusaku Horiuchi. McLean. Mauslein. Charlotte Plugging the Pipelines: Challenges of Terminating State Support for Rebel Groups Andrea M. University of Essex Gender Sensitive Parliaments: the Case of the UK Parliament at Westminster Chloe Challender. Northern Arizona University Berny Lazareno. Brunel University London Disc: Raphael Heuwieser.

University of Pennsylvania Disc: Eric A. Santa Clara University The Crocodile in the Bathtub: The Solicitor General and the Supreme Court Alan Kluegel The Judicial Protection of Anti-Judicial Speech Thomas M. Room 304 Chair: Michael Zilis Disc: Mark E. Mills Strategic Rulemaking: Agency Proposal of Significant Rules Gbemende Johnson Susan Marie Miller. Charlotte Measuring Higher Education Governance: A MetaRegression Analysis Eric William Shannon.35 NEW DIRECTIONS IN EDUCATION POLICY RESEARCH Room: Marriott. Virginia Tech Papers: Assessing the Effect of Technical and Political Complexity on Rulemaking Delay Nicole Kalaf-Hughes. Mills Dropping the Final Rule Bomb: Political Oversight & Timing of Agency Rulemaking Rachel Augustine Potter Making Lemonade from Lemons: Accounting for Agency Capacity in Rulemaking Christopher Michael Carrigan. Franklin 6 Chair: John Portz. Democracy. Yale University DIVISION 24: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 45.Friday. University of North Carolina. Universidad del Rosario Papers: The Municipal Fiscal Sustainability after Decentralization Claudia N. Franklin 10 Chair: Karen M. Curry. and Public Policy: Participation in Regulatory Review Mercy DeMenno. El Colegio de México Alejandra Armesto The Decentralization of Policy-Making: Policies for Women in Brazil Malu A. Price. San Francisco State University An Empirical Test of the Unitary Executive Framework Patrick R.2014 Julian Daniel Lopez-Murcia. George Washington University Russell W. University of Oxford DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 291 291 Daily Schedule DIVISION 26: LAW AND COURTS 45. Northeastern University Papers: Comparing Growth and Proficiency Scores for School Accountability Jason Giersch. Rush.38 UNDERSTANDING THE POSTDECENTRALIZATION SCENARIO IN LATIN AMERICA Room: Marriott. University of South Carolina Technocracy. and the Problem of Partisan Capture Terri Peretti. Syracuse University Richard S. University of Tokyo Rights Activism and Legislation for Persons with Disabilities in Japan and Korea Celeste Arrington.Sanford School of Public Policy DIVISION 25: PUBLIC POLICY 45. Indiana University Recentralisation and its Causes: Colombia 1994 . Bryn Mawr College John Portz. C. Escobar-Lemmon. Washington and Lee Papers: Influence of International and Foreign Law in U. the Supreme Court. University of Texas at Dallas Whose Money Matters and How in Public Schools: Variations across States Eunju Kang. Keck. Room 306 Chair: Jean-Paul Faguet. Lowry.37 JUDICIAL DECISION-MAKING: ASSESSING INFLUENCES AND CONSTITUTIONAL IMPLICATIONS Room: Marriott. Northeastern University Disc: Marissa Martino Golden.S. 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM The Unitary Executive in Congress Justin Peck. SUNY Geneseo DIVISION 27: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE 45. London School of Economics Disc: Maria C. Avellaneda. 113-B Chair: Eric A. Feldman. Texas A&M University Monica Pachon. George Washington University Increasing Welfare at the Cost of (Re-)Centralization? Christian Winkler. Duke University . University of Kansas The Charter School Explosion: Why Charter Schools Proliferated in Albany. University of Texas at El Paso Rebecca Ann Reid Shelby County. Virginia Tech Disc: Karen M. Hult. Hokkaido University Who Judges? Introducing Jury Systems in Industrialized Democracies Rieko Kage.34 THE POLITICS OF RULEMAKING Room: Marriott. O'Brien. University of Oxford Resisting the Center? Governors and Recentralization Policies in Mexico Juan Cruz Olmeda. College of Saint Rose The Political Economy of State-Owned Enterprises and Public Higher Education Robert C. NY Ryane McAuliffe Straus. University of Pennsylvania Papers: Free and/or Fair? How Courts Rule on Election Campaign Regulations Kenneth Mori McElwain. Hult. Long Island University DIVISION 28: FEDERALISM AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS 45. Weber State University Brandon Thomas Metroka. University of Tokyo . Feldman. Supreme Court Opinions James R Keller Todd A. Bowling Green State University Russell W. Gatto. Syracuse University Reliance on Amicus Curiae in United States Supreme Court Concurring Opinions Jeremy Buchman.36 COURTS AS CATALYSTS OF POLICY CHANGE: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES Room: PCC.

Buckley. CUNY David B. Adelphi University Felons and Food: State Policy Variations in Ex-Drug FelonsĀ Eligibility for SNAP Becki Scola. Schram. Kennesaw State University The Impact of Spatial Context on Support for Indian Gaming Frederick J. UW-Madison Papers: Tri-Federalism? Tribal-State-Feds: the Cooperative Sovereignty Challenge Kouslaa Kessler-Mata. Meeting Room 502 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR Chair: Disc: 292 Lilly J. John Cabot University Papers: Secularism. University of California. Robertson. Uppsala University How do City Governments Steer? Evidence from Climate Change Policies Sara Hughes. University of San Francisco Disrupting Federalism: Tribal Legalization of Marijuana and Hemp Paula Mohan. Los Angeles Papers: A āCreative ClassĀ Theory of City Sustainability Policies Kent E. Lawrence University Kristin Kanthak. University of Louisville State Control and Selective Secularism(s) in Turkey and Tunisia Monica Marks. ETHNICITY AND POLITICS 45. Room 310 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 39: SCIENCE. Berry. Louis Papers: Does Austerity Pay? State Decisions Regarding Medicaid Expansion Under the ACA Charles J. UW-Madison Tribal-State Relations and American Indian Gaming Compacts Richard C. University of Pennsylvania Kalie Wertz State Party Position Taking: Elites Listening to Elites Gerald C. Siena College DIVISION 32: RACE. University of Houston Francisco Cantu. Colorado State University Samantha Mosier. University of Iowa Regina Branton Richard C. University of Alabama The Effect of Campaigning on Social Issues on the Success of Female Candidates Joy Wilke. Texas A&M University Jeffrey M. Witmer. Tufts University Climate Change ĉ A Global Problem yet Utterly Local Kristin Ljungkvist. Oxford University Beyond Secular Democracy: Regulating Religion Democratically Jeremy Menchik. Goldman Gender Differences in Perceptions of Candidate Qualifications Nichole Bauer. Room 415 Chair: Jeremy Menchik.44 POLICY PREFERENCES AND POLICY OUTCOMES Room: Marriott. University of California. Saint Joseph's University Mary Summers. Creighton University Joshua Johnson.41 FEMALE CANDIDATES: VOTER ATTITUDES AND ELECTORAL SUCCESS Room: Marriott. Boehmke. Missouri State University Political Orientations of Local Lawmakers About Rising Seas Glen Sussman. Florida State University State Medicaid Expansion and CitizensĀ Quality of Life Patrick Flavin. University of Houston . Franklin 7 Papers: Fear of Gender Favoritism and Vote Choice during the 2008 Presidential Primaries Seth K. Creighton University DIVISION 33: RELIGION AND POLITICS 45. Baylor University ItĀs Not an Accident: State Policy and Fatalities on Dairy Farms Maggie Gray. University of Connecticut Yogi Hale Hendlin. CLIMATE CHANGE.39 VARIATIONS IN STATE-LEVEL INEQUALITY POLICY AND POLITICS Room: Marriott. Asociación Mexicana de Ciencias Políticas/Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa DIVISION 29: STATE POLITICS AND POLICY 45. Old Dominion University DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS RESEARCH 45. Witmer. Wright.42 "UN-SETTLING" CHALLENGES BY TRIBAL GOVERNMENTS TO THE FEDERALISM DYNAMIC Room: Marriott. Indiana University DIVISION 30: URBAN AND LOCAL POLITICS 45. Room 307 Chair: Becki Scola.S. University of Missouri. Meeting Room 501 Chair: Paula Mohan. University of Toronto Local Sustainability Policy: Measuring the Performance of the Three E's Susan Opp. Carroll University Sarah Oliver. Simon Fraser University Michael Driessen. Barrilleaux. University of Pittsburgh DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 292 Co-sponsored by DIVISION 22: LEGISLATIVE STUDIES Chair: Disc: Francisco Cantu. David T. Portney. Boston University Disc: Tamir Moustafa. Reproductive Health & Religious Exemptions in the Philippines & U. Collens. Florida State University Jeffrey Vincent Swanson. Saint Joseph's University Disc: Sanford F.43 BEYOND SECULAR DEMOCRACY: POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND THE REGULATION OF RELIGION Room: Marriott.Friday. University of Notre Dame DIVISION 34: REPRESENTATION AND ELECTORAL SYSTEMS 45. 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM The Political Scandal in Mexico: A TheoreticalEmpirical Approach Ernesto Hernández Norzagaray. TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS Chair: Disc: Veronica Herrera. Goren. St. Hunter College. Los Angeles Women in Congressional Primaries: An Exploration Jack D. AND SUSTAINABILITY POLICY Room: Marriott.40 CITIES. St. Boston University Religion and the Subversion of National Boundaries in Israel and Pakistan Atalia Omer.

Birkbeck College Oliver Heath. University of Essex When Your Group Fails: Group Identity. Tedin. University of Michigan Todd C. George Washington University Socialization or Experience? Political Support among Expatriated Swedes Stefan Dahlberg. Washington University in St.46 SOCIAL IDENTITY AND POLITICAL BEHAVIOR Room: Marriott. Teele. University of Houston More Polarized.45 THE POLITICS OF AMERICAN PARTY IDEOLOGIES Room: Marriott. Brigham Young University Jeremy Clayne Pope. College of the Holy Cross Party Control of Government and American Party Ideology Development Verlan Lewis. Texas A&M University Personal Vote and Proportional Representation in Unequal Societies. Better Socialized? Political Socialization in a Polarized Era Clinton Maddox Jenkins. O' Brien. Karpowitz.Friday. Fieldhouse. University of South Carolina Voting Together: Evidence from Time Stamped Voter List Yosef Bhatti. Church Polling Places and Same Sex Marriage Steven Moore. Stanford University Kent L. Yale University Papers: Separating Ideology from Party in Roll Call Data Hans Noel. Los Angeles DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR 45. University of Kentucky Carolina Tchintian. Cornell College Contextual Priming: Race. Louis Santiago Olivella. 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM Papers: Pivotal Policy Makers and Policy Outcomes in Presidential Systems Brian F. Crisp. Princeton University Guillermo Rosas. Stanford University The Social Construction of Ideology Marcos Menchaca. Bensel Disc: Samuel DeCanio. Donnelly. Louis Communicating Party Brand in Bolivian Multiparty Governments Jason Alan Eichorst. Rice University Parties. London School of Economics and Political Science Dawn L.48 TOMORROW IS TODAY: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF POLITICAL SOCIALIZATION Room: Marriott. University of Bergen DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Odd Page 293 293 Daily Schedule Papers: Outgroup Attitudes and Resource Allocation After the Los Angeles Riots Aaron Russell Kaufman Melissa Sands. Leeper DIVISION 36: ELECTIONS AND VOTING BEHAVIOR 45. Salon J Chair: Richard F. and Information Responsiveness John Holbein Hans J. Lone Star College University Park Disc: J. Martinez.G. Context.47 THE POLITICAL BEHAVIOR AND REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN Room: Marriott. Hansen. University of London. KORA . Davis DIVISION 35: POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND PARTIES 45. Indiana University DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION 45. University of Manchester Kasper M. Louisiana State University Johanna Dunaway. University of Mannheim The Effect of Internet Technologies on Voters' LeftRight Assessments of Parties Joshua D Potter. Natalia Regina Avila Maciel Electoral Proportionality and Issue Salience in European Elections Nathan Rexford. Salon C Co-sponsored by DIVISION 37: PUBLIC OPINION Chair: Disc: Elias Dinas. Washington University in St. University of Rochester Christopher P. Gender. University of Pennsylvania Papers: The Effect of Employment on Female Vote Choice Chitralekha Basu. University of California. University of Florida The Home as a Fortress: Family Socialization in the Era of Polarized Politics Tobias Benjamin Konitzer Shanto Iyengar. Royal Holloway Electoral Institutions and the Gender Gap in Political Participation Oyvind Skorge. University of California. Davis Candidate Effects and the Gender Gap Rosie Campbell. Georgetown University Partisan vs. Brigham Young University Pre-adult Family Structure and Young Adult Political Participation Michael D. Tulane University Papers: Family Structure and Politics Christopher F. University of California. Celeste Lay. New York University Diana Z. Department of Comparative Politics. Harvard University Ryan D. Harvard University Social Identity and Attribution of Political Responsibility Dominik Duell. Enos. Salon D Co-sponsored by DIVISION 31: WOMEN & POLITICS RESEARCH Chair: Disc: Mona Morgan-Collins. Barnes. and the Representation of CitizensĀ Priorities Anthony Michael Bertelli.Danish Institute for Local and Regional Government Research Edward A. Goteborg University Jonas Linde. University of Maryland Ideology as a Product of Coalition Building Christopher Baylor. Hassell. Salon I Chair: Darrell Lovell. Institutional Policy Conflict in American Political Development David Karol. University of Oxford Thomas J. London School of Economics Voting Procedures and WomenĀs Access to Power Tiffany D. Shaw. University of Copenhagen .

HSARPA How ICT is Changing Authoritarian Use of Information David C. Bloomington Christopher M. Military. AND FILM 45.A. University of Southern California The Internet & Democratization: Comparing the Arab Spring & Post-Soviet States Rachel Vanderhill. Schaefer.49 INSTITUTIONS AND COOPERATION IN WATER GOVERNANCE Room: Marriott. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Envoys and Missed Opportunities in Enduring Rivalries: USA-Cuba.the Right to Be Forgotten . Northern Illinois University Hydraulic Fracturing. Amherst Disc: Paul Musgrave. and Human Nature in TolkienĀs The Lord of the Rings Nivedita Bagchi. 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM DIVISION 39: SCIENCE. Plattner. Access to Water. and IsraelĀs National Security Donald D. University of Copenhagen Governing Robots: Institutional Requirements for a New Technology Aaron Mannes. Cairo University Stephen Whitefield. Love.U. CUNY-College of Staten Island E. Benson. Domanski. 110-AB Chair: Natalie Taylor. Louisiana Tech University DIVISION 43: INTERNATIONAL HISTORY AND POLITICS 45. University of Washington Tacoma Policy Devolution and Cooperation Dilemmas David Konisky. School of Advanced Air and Space Studies DIVISION 41: POLITICS. Foreign Policy. DePaul University Disc: Leticia Bode Papers: Bitcoin Begets BitLicense: The New Challenges of Regulatory Policymaking Robert J. MASSES. Franklin 4 Chair: Marc F. University of Massachusetts. Missouri State University 294 DAILY SCHEDULE X : 11437$CH01 08-10-16 01:27:39 Layout: 11437N : Even Page 294 WomenĀs War: Family and Politics in Charlotte Perkins Gilman and Jane Addams Lorraine Krall McCrary. Ohio State University Papers: Institutions for Watershed Management in Heterogeneous Communities Pranietha Mudliar. TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS 45. Reenock. 1861-1960 Timothy J. Uslaner.54 HOW SUCCESSFUL TRANSFORMATIONS OVERCOME SOCIAL DILEMMAS Room: Marriott. Ohio State University Tomas Koontz.52 UNDERSTANDING US FOREIGN POLICY: NEW RESEARCH WITH HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS Room: Loews. Duke University Edward Aspinall. Lubell. and Rage in Kazuo IshiguroĀs Never Let Me Go Jeremy J. Naval Postgraduate School Middle-Power Agency and US Foreign Policy: Latin America's Alliance for Progress Christopher Darnton. Chapel Hill Dissent in the Ranks: Humanitarianism and US Foreign Policy Amanda Joan Rothschild. Federalism. University of Maryland Alina Mungiu-Pippidi . Mhire. Florida State University Coalition Dynamics in Collaborative Environmental Governance Processes Elizabeth Koebele Borders.Impermissible ExtraTerritorial Legislation? Alexander Wathen. Australian National University Sheri Berman Eric M.Friday. Skidmore College Papers: Possessiveness. University of Houston Downtown From ĄMoments of Madnessď to Ąthe Politics of Mundanityď Jun Liu. Wabash College Never Let Them Go: Education. Amherst Papers: The Evolution of Realist Justifications for U.S.53 ELITES. Salon KL Chair: Ben Epstein. Wofford College Protestant and Muslim Regions Are Similar: Religion and Subnational Democracy Rasmus Fonnesbaek Andersen. Possessions.51 POLITICAL LITERATURE IN THE TRANSFORMATION TO THE DEMOCRATIC AGE Room: PCC. Geneva Centre for Security Policy DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION 45. University of Copenhagen DIVISION 44: COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIZATION 45. Room 407 Chair: Mark N.50 POLICY RESPONSES TO THE INTERNET Room: Marriott. Davis Disc: Ramiro Berardo. 1961 Christopher Darnton. Georgia State University DIVISION 40: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICS 45. Franklin 3 Chair: Matthew Goldman Disc: Steven Brooke. LITERATURE. McKeown. and Support for Democracy in Egypt Mazen Hassan. Indiana University. and Local Networks for Great Lakes Water Protection Eric Zeemering. University of Massachusetts. Naval Postgraduate School Intelligence Cooperation: Past and Present Siobhan Martin. AND CULTURE: THE ARAB SPRING IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE Room: Marriott. Millersville University of Pennsylvania Anthony Trollope: Novelist of the Democratic Revolution Sara Henary. University of Oxford When Tolerance Matters Most: Transforming Political Culture during Transitions Youssef Chouhoud. Commonwealth A1 Chair: Paul Musgrave. University of California. University of Louisville Papers: Military Responses to Popular Uprisings: Tunisia in Comparative Perspective Nicholas John Lotito Between Scylla and Charybdis: Religion. University of North Carolina. . National Endowment for Democracy Part: Herbert Kitschelt.

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