Journals

When Is It Rational to Learn the Wrong Lessons?

When Is It Rational to Learn the Wrong Lessons? Technocratic Authority, Social Learning, and Euro Fragility by Matthias Matthijs, Johns Hopkins University and Mark Blyth, Brown University Why do bad policy ideas persist over time? We trace the development […]

Press

Press Gallery: APSA Members in the Media

March 9-22, 2018                         The APSA Press Gallery is a roundup of recent blogs, op-eds, podcasts, and interviews featuring political scientists. We are always eager to follow our members’ engagement online. Let us know what you […]

Journals

Why Does Pluralism Matter When We Study Politics? A View from Contemporary International Relations

Why Does Pluralism Matter When We Study Politics? A View from Contemporary International Relations by Daniel J. Levine, University of Alabama and David M. McCourt, University of California Pluralism has become a buzzword in International Relations. It has […]

podcast

Podcast Spotlight: New Books in Political Science

APSA members are increasingly hosting and participating in podcasts that reach audiences inside and outside the academy. New Books in Political Science averages 5,000 downloads per week, and is one of the most downloaded podcasts […]