Franklin L. Burdette Pi Sigma Alpha Award Winners Announced

Alexander Kuo from Cornell University, Neil Malhotra from Stanford Graduate School of Business and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo from Vanderbilt University have been awarded for their work on “Why Do Asian Americans Identify as Democrats? Testing Theories of […]


Let’s Be Heard: Read but Not Heard?

Read but Not Heard? Engaging Junior Scholars in Efforts to Make Political Science Relevant By Cheryl Boudreau, University of California, Davis In her article in Let’s Be Heard, Cheryl Boudreau asserts, “Political science as a […]

Annual Conference

Theme Panel: The Political Economy of Immigration, Redistribution, and Inequality

The Political Economy of Immigration, Redistribution, and Inequality Sat, September 5, 4:15 to 6:00pm, Hilton, Continental Ballroom 5 Session Description This panel examines individual and party preferences towards immigration and redistribution in advanced industrial societies. […]


Let’s Be Heard! : Political Science Research

Political Science Research: A Proposal for a New and Dynamic Outlet for Communicating Innovative Political Science Research By Adam J. Berinsky, Massachusetts Institute of Technology The first article of Let’s Be Heard! Section II is […]