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Reputational Rankings of Peer-Reviewed Law Journals

Reputational Rankings of Peer-Reviewed Law Journals: A Survey Approach by Paul M. Collins, University of Massachusetts Amherst This article presents the results of the first-ever survey that captures how political scientists view peer-reviewed law journals with regard […]

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Simulated Complexity

Simulated Complexity: A New Classroom Simulation to teach about Campaign-Finance Laws by Dick M. Carpenter II, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, and Joshua M. Dunn, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs Classroom simulations have become an increasing­­ly popular instructional method in […]

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Analytic Transparency, Radical Honesty, and Strategic Incentives

Analytic Transparency, Radical Honesty, and Strategic Incentives by Sean Yom, Temple University This article considers the role of transparency in political science. Recent calls for greater transparency compel political scientists to be radically honest in how […]

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Replication: Practical Advice for Authors and Journals

Replication: Practical Advice for Authors and Journals by R. Michael Alvarez, Professor of Political Science, Caltech Research transparency and replication are important issues today in the quantitative social sciences.  Many political science journals, especially those that […]

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Extreme Philanthropy: Philanthrocapitalism, Effective Altruism, and the Discourse of Neoliberalism

Extreme Philanthropy: Philanthrocapitalism, Effective Altruism, and the Discourse of Neoliberalism by Angela M. Eikenberry, University of Nebraska at Omaha and Roseanne Marie Mirabella, Seton Hall University Philanthropy has long been criticized for being unaccountable and having unequal […]