Annual Conference

The American Political Science Association and Cambridge University Press Collaborate to Launch APSA Preprints

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FEBRUARY 2019 – The American Political Science Association (APSA) will be launching its own open research preprint platform in collaboration with Cambridge University Press, called APSA Preprints, at the Association’s Annual Meeting […]

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Examining a Most Likely Case for Strong Campaign Effects: Hitler’s Speeches and the Rise of the Nazi Party, 1927–1933

Examining a Most Likely Case for Strong Campaign Effects: Hitler’s Speeches and the Rise of the Nazi Party, 1927–1933 by Peter Selb, University of Konstanz and Simon Munzert, Hertie School of Governance Hitler’s rise to power amidst […]

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How to Make Causal Inferences with Time-Series Cross-Sectional Data under Selection on Observables

How to Make Causal Inferences with Time-Series Cross-Sectional Data under Selection on Observables by Matthew Blackwell, Harvard University and Adam N. Glynn, Emory University Repeated measurements of the same countries, people, or groups over time are vital to […]

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When the Money Stops: Fluctuations in Financial Remittances and Incumbent Approval in Central Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia

When the Money Stops: Fluctuations in Financial Remittances and Incumbent Approval in Central Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia by Katerina Tertytchnaya, University of Oxford, Catherine E. De Vries, Vrije Universiteit, Hector Solaz, Vrije Universiteit and David Doyle, University of […]

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How Internal Constraints Shape Interest Group Activities: Evidence from Access-Seeking PACs

How Internal Constraints Shape Interest Group Activities: Evidence from Access-Seeking PACs by Zhao Li, Stanford Graduate School of Business  Interest groups contribute much less to campaigns than legally allowed. Consequently,prevailing theories infer these contributions must yield minimal […]