Ideas and Politics in Social Science Research
... “The End of the (Liberal) World?” His articles have appeared in such journals
as The American Political Science Review, International Studies Quarterly,
Comparative Politics, World Politics, and Perspectives on Politics.
John L. Campbell is the Class of 1925 Professor in the Department of
Can Political Science Emulate the Natural Sciences
... the APSA has launched an initiative to advance the ‘‘public presence’’ of
Alas, American political science has little to show for its century-long effort to
follow the path of the natural sciences. Many individual works have produced
real insights, and yet in area after area of pol ...
Curriculum Vitae - Georgetown University
... and Mark J. Rozell). Georgetown University Press, 2003.
"Introduction: The Christian Right's Long Political March: Epilogue and
Prologue. (with John C. Green and Mark J. Rozell).
"Virginia: Birthplace of the Christian Right." (with Mark J. Rozell)
Models of Voting in Presidential Elections: The 2000 ...
Raymond Tatalovich - Loyola University Chicago
... Public Policy (Moral Conflicts), Presidency and Executive Branch, Congress, Canadian Politics
Raymond Tatalovich and Ted G. Jelen, Governing America in the Twenty-First Century: Contested
Values and Conflicting Interests (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, FORTHCOMING)
Christopher Dolan, J ...
Tony L. Hill
... for MIT Public Opinion Research Training Laboratory (PORTL).
Research assistant to Prof. Charles H. Backstrom of the University of Minnesota
Department of Political Science. Duties included data collection and analysis for the
100 Precinct Sample, an aggregate model used to project statewide winners ...
Robert G. Boatright
... Forthcoming (2011). “Campaign Finance Reform and the Democratic Deficit in the United States.” In
Imperfect Democracies: The Democratic Deficit in Canada and the United States, ed. Richard
Simeon and Patti Lenard. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press.
Forthcoming (2010). “Regulating a ...
scott morgenstern - University of Pittsburgh
... “Campaigning in an Electoral Authoritarian Regime: The Case of Mexico” with Joy
Langston. Comparative Politics. Jan. 2009.
“Candidate Recruitment and Selection in Latin America: A Framework for Analysis”
with Peter Siavelis. 2008. Latin American Politics and Society. Winter 50,4:2758.
“Scope and Tra ...
David Collier (political scientist)
David Collier (born February 17, 1942) is Robson Professor in the Graduate School at the University of California, Berkeley. He works in the fields of comparative politics, Latin American politics, and methodology. Recent co-authored and co-edited methodological work includes Rethinking Social Inquiry: Diverse Tools, Shared Standards, 2nd expanded edition; Statistical Models and Causal Inference: A Dialogue with the Social Sciences; and The Oxford Handbook of Political Methodology. Collier is engaged in ongoing projects on the challenges of integrating quantitative and qualitative methods and of using this integrated perspective to gain new leverage in conceptualization, measurement, and causal inference.