In response to the global coronavirus pandemic, many political scientists have undertaken new research at the intersection of public health and politics. Some of this early research is available on APSA Preprints—the association’s platform for early research outputs in political science.
- In their working paper “Gender, Parenting, and Scholarly Productivity during the Global Pandemic,” Breuning et al. examine the disproportionate effects of the stay-at-home order on women in academia.
- Adolph et al. find that “governors from states with more Trump supporters were slower to adopt social distancing policies.”
- Marsicano et al. track campus closures in response to COVID-19.
Browse more preprints about pandemics and politics here.
About APSA Preprints
APSA Preprints is a free, prepublication platform dedicated to early research outputs in political science. The site is already home to nearly 200 pieces of live content with a combined 75,000 abstract views and 30,000 downloads. APSA Preprints has quickly become an invaluable resource for political scientists eager to share their early research with peers.
Click here and login with your APSA ID to upload your own working paper, presentation, or poster.