by Melani Cammett, Julia Lynch and Gavril Bilev Using individual-level data from the 2008 European Social Survey and country-level health care financing data we analyze the influence of private financing of health care on political trust […]
Since its English language publication last year, Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century has taken the world by storm, offering hard evidence to show how class inequalities are endemic to the historical development of […]
Before the welfare state, people were protected from disabilities resulting from illness, old age, and other infirmities by care work provided within the family. When the state assumes responsibility for care-work tasks, in effect it […]
The #APSA2010 Annual Meeting took place in Washington, D.C. Below are some highlights of the Status of Latinos Reception.
Many political science journals are beginning to work with prospective authors to implement guidelines for research transparency and interpretability, and many political scientists are urging continued deliberation on how best to promote that transparency. This […]
Jeffrey Isaac’s editorial introduction to the December 2015 issue of Perspectives on Politics, “Varieties of Empiricism in Political Science,” reasserts the pluralistic foundations of our discipline. There are many ways of experiencing the political world, […]
Susanne Hoeber Rudolph, the William Benton Distinguished Service Professor Emerita of Political Science at the University of Chicago, died December 23, 2015 in Oakland, California, after a long struggle with Parkinson’s disease. Rudolph, 85, was […]