News - 2013

Wednesday, Sep 4, 2013
Michael Barber, PhD candidate and CSDP graduate student, was cited in a New York Times article about the influence of corporate America on the GOP. Barber's paper, Do Campaign Contribution Limits Affect Legislative Polarization?, finds that limits on corporate contributions lead to more partisan polarization, while limits on individual...
Thursday, Aug 8, 2013

Amaney Jamal's work on the persistence of authoritarianism in the Arab world is described in the Huffington Post. Amaney Jamal is Associate Professor of Politics and a faculty associate of the Center for the Study of...

Monday, Jul 29, 2013
Shana Kushner Gadarian, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Syracuse University (former CSDP graduate student, PhD Princeton 2008) and Bethany Albertson, Assistant Professor of Government at University of Texas - Austin (CSDP Fellow, 2005-2006), have co-authored a post on The Monkey Cage titled An Anxious August for Immigration Reform....
Monday, Jul 15, 2013

A working paper by Nicholas Carnes (PhD Politics and Social Policy '11), former CSDP-affiliated graduate student, and his colleague Marc Bellemare was cited in a ...

Monday, Jul 1, 2013

Nicholas Carnes (PhD Politics and Social Policy '11), former CSDP-affiliated graduate student, earned three 2013 awards from the American Political Science Association. Carnes is currently Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University. The Harold D.

Monday, Jul 1, 2013
CSDP is pleased to welcome the incoming cohort of 2013-2014 CSDP Visiting Fellows: David Bateman; Kyle Dropp; Jean-Francois Godbout; and Miguel Rueda. See "Full Story" for descriptions of their backgrounds and plans for research during their year at CSDP.
Tuesday, Jun 18, 2013

Martin Gilens book,  Affluence& Influence: Economic Inequality and Political Power in America  (Princeton University Press and the Russell Sage Foundation, 2012), was awarded the American Political Science Association's 2013 Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award for the best book published in the U.S....

Monday, Jun 10, 2013
On May 10-11, 2013, the Center for the Study of Democratic Politics (CSDP) sponsored an interdisciplinary conference exploring the political impact of the media. Prominent political scientists, economists, and communication scholars shared their research about how the media influence our political landscape, and conversely how politics affect the...
Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Martin Gilens, Professor of Politics and CSDP Faculty Affiliate, was mentioned recently in a Center for American Progress piece about strengthening the middle class to improve investment...

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