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On the Use of Crowdsourcing Labor Markets in Research

On the Use of Crowdsourcing Labor Markets in Research Dani M. Marinova Abstract: Crowdsourcing platforms offer a source of inexpensive data for research. At their fingertips, researchers have a round-the-clock workforce to fill out surveys, participate in […]

Journals

Making Sense of the Hill: A Political Scientist in Politics

The latest virtual issue of PS features articles written by alumni of the Congressional Fellowship Program (CFP) from 2010 to 2015. The CFP fellows serve yearlong placements in congressional and executive offices, and they chronicle […]

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Meet Carnegie Fellow Jens Hainmueller

Continuing its longstanding investment in scholarly research, Carnegie Corporation of New York established the Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program in 2015 to provide a major boost to the social sciences and humanities. Each year, the Corporation […]

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Judicial Review as a Limit on Government Domination: Reframing, Resolving, and Replacing the (Counter)Majoritarian Difficulty

Judicial Review as a Limit on Government Domination: Reframing, Resolving, and Replacing the (Counter)Majoritarian Difficulty Matthew E.K. Hall Abstract: For centuries, politicians, activists, and academics have criticized the American system of judicial review as democratically illegitimate. In […]