"The Variable Choice Set Logit Model Applied to the 2004 Canadian Election", forthcoming in Public Choice, by Norman Schofield and former graduate students Jee Seon Jeon and Kevin McAlister, and Maria Gallego (Waterloo Canada).
Jonathan Homola's research, in collaboration with professors Margit Tavits and Lawrence Ezrow (University of Essex) has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Politics and Comparative Political Studies.
Professor Tavits' article, co-authored with Natalia Letki (University of Warsaw), "From Values to Interests? The Evolution of Party Competition in New Democracies" has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Politics.
On Thursday, March 28th, Professor Andrew Martin will be installed as the Charles Nagel Chair of Constitutional Law and Political Science. This chair recognizes Andrew's significant contributions to the scholarly literatures in political science
Professors Maggie Penn and John Patty’s article, “Sequential Decision-Making & Information Aggregation in Small Networks,” has been accepted for publication by Political Science Research & Methods, the new flagship journal for the
Professor John Patty was on NPR (WAMU 88.5, in Washington DC) on The Kojo Nnamdi Show, talking about “Bluff, Bluster and Negotiation: Solving Political Stalemates,” regarding the current budget and debt ceiling crisis.
The Department of Political Science recently sent a questionnaire to recent graduates of our undergraduate program to learn what they are currently doing and to gain feedback about how well the program has prepared them for post-graduation opportu
Keith Schnakenberg, a 5th year grad student, and professor Maggie Penn have published an article entitled "Scoring from Contests" in Political Analysis. They develop a scoring and ranking method that can be applied to situations where va
Diana O'Brien (PhD 2012) has been awarded the Best Dissertation Prize from the American Political Science Association’s Women and Politics Section for "When Women Matter: The Relationship Between Women's Numeric and Policy Representation in Wester