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Elite Competition and State Capacity Development

Elite Competition and State Capacity Development: Theory and Evidence from Post-Revolutionary Mexico by Francisco Garfias, University of California, San Diego How do states develop the ability to carry out public policies? To answer this question, I describe a […]

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Businesspeople in Elected Office

Businesspeople in Elected Office: Identifying Private Benefits from Firm-Level Returns by David Szakonyi, George Washington University Do businesspeople that win elected office use their positions to help their firms? Business leaders become politicians around the world, […]

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Hume on Partisanship and Political Legitimacy

Whither Parties? Hume on Partisanship and Political Legitimacy by Joel E. Landis, University of California, Davis Recent work in political theory shows a burgeoning interest in the nature and normative value of political parties, suggesting that parties […]

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Anonymity and Democracy

Anonymity and Democracy: Absence as Presence in the Public Sphere by Hans Asenbaum, University of Westminster Although anonymity is a central feature of liberal democracies, as evident in the secret ballot, democratic theory is surprisingly quiet […]

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Making Qualitative Research More Transparent with Annotation for Transparent Inquiry (ATI) and Announcing the ATI Challenge

Making Qualitative Research More Transparent with Annotation for Transparent Inquiry (ATI) and Announcing the ATI Challenge APSA has joined with Cambridge University Press, the Qualitative Data Repository at Syracuse University (QDR) and the software non-profit […]