American Political Science Review

Workplace Contact and Support for Anti-Immigration Parties

Workplace Contact and Support for Anti-Immigration Parties By Henrik Andersson and Sirus H. Dehdari, Uppsala University, Sweden How does an increased presence of immigrants in the workplace affect anti-immigration voting behavior? While cooperative interactions between […]

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Reconsidering the Link Between Self-Reported Personality Traits and Political Preferences

Reconsidering the Link Between Self-Reported Personality Traits and Political Preferences By Bert N. Bakker, University of Amsterdam, Yphtach Lelkes, University of Pennsylvania, and Ariel Malka, Yeshiva University Research on personality and political preferences generally assumes […]

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Swords and Plowshares: Property Rights, Collective Action, and Nonstate Governance in the Jewish Community of Palestine 1920–1948

Swords and Plowshares: Property Rights, Collective Action, and Nonstate Governance in the Jewish Community of Palestine 1920–1948 By David Muchlinski, Georgia Institute of Technology Developing states lacking a monopoly over the use of force are […]

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Are Anticorruption Campaigns Fighting a Losing Battle?

In the APSA Public Scholarship Program, graduate students in political science produce summaries of new research in the American Political Science Review. This piece, written by Maria Nagawa, covers the new article by Nic Cheeseman, […]