American Political Science Review

How Fairer Elections Help Hold Politicians Feet to the Fire and Encourage Responsiveness

This piece, written by Adam B. Lerner, covers George Kwaku Ofosu’s, Washington University, new article, Do Fairer Elections Increase the Responsiveness of Politicians?  As the US Congress debates Russian interference in the 2016 election and potential […]

American Political Science Review

The Party or the Purse? Unequal Representation in the U.S. Senate

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 Gabriela Vitela, covers the new article by Jeffrey R. […]

American Political Science Review

Participation, Government Legitimacy, and Regulatory Compliance in Emerging Economies: A Firm-Level Field Experiment in Vietnam

Participation, Government Legitimacy, and Regulatory Compliance in Emerging Economies: A Firm-Level Field Experiment in Vietnam by Edmund Malesky,  Duke University, College Park and Markus Taussig, University of Toronto Tragic industrial accidents commonly headline the news in developing […]