by Matthew C. MacWilliams Facebook constantly tracks the growth of each candidate’s fan base as well as the number of people engaging directly with candidates online. These Facebook metrics comprise a rich dataset. Can they be used to […]
Kate Coyer is Director of the Civil Society and Technology Project for the Center for Media, Data and Society in the School of Public Policy at CEU. Her research examines the complexities of media practice […]
by Joyce E. Berg, Christopher E. Penney. Thomas Rietz How do partisan politics affect future elections? Using the Iowa Electronic Markets (IEM), we assess the political impact of several important events during Fall 2013: The U.S. Government shutdown, the […]
The William Anderson prize is awarded annually for the best dissertation in the general field of federalism or intergovernmental relations, state and local politics. The Recipient is Alexis Walker, Stetson University for the Dissertation: “Solidarity’s […]
The #APSA2009 Annual Meeting took place at the Fairmont North York, the Toronto Intercontinental Hotel, and the Toronto Congress Center in Toronto, Ont. Below are some highlights of the Exhibit Hall group.
This theme session took place on Thursday, September 3, 2015 at 2 p.m. in the Hilton Union Square Continental Ballroom 5, San Francisco, Calif. It was sponsored by Division 30: Urban Politics and Division 32: Race, […]
Anita Isaacs joined the Haverford political science department in 1988. Before coming to Haverford, she worked as a program officer for the Ford Foundation funding initiatives relating to international affairs, governance and human rights in […]
APSA looks forward to opening its doors for the fall “Trick-or-Read” on Tuesday, October 27. This festive event—now in its third year—welcomes local graduate students to APSA’s headquarters, located in a historic brownstone in Dupont […]