In the department's ongoing efforts to create a larger presence in the area of International Relations, we are delighted to announce two hires--David Carter (Associate professor) and Deniz Aksoy (Assistant professor); they are presently at Princet
Faculty member Brian Crisp and graduate student Betul Demirkaya’s manuscript entitled "The Role of Rules in Representation: Group Membership and Electoral Incentives” will be published in a forthcoming (2017) issue of BJPS.
Jay Krehbiel's manuscript, entitled "The Politics of Judicial Procedures: The Role of Public Oral Hearings in the German Constitutional Court", will be published in the American Journal of Political Science.
By Third Year Graduate Students and Prof. Margit Tavits
Matthew Graham, Jeong Hyun Kim and Dalston Ward have a paper ("How Economic Integration Affects Party Issue Emphasis") forthcoming in Comparative Political Studies. It is co-authored work with Professor Margit Tavits.