Politics

The Political Right to have ‘Society in the Bones’: The Skill and Brawn of Male Workers in Qatar

Iskander, Natasha Read more

Laboratories of Regulation: Understanding the Diversity of Rent Regulation Laws

Vicki Been, Ingrid Ellen, and Sophia House Read more

“Do Electorally-Vulnerable Legislators Prefer to Grant More or Less Statutory Discretion?”

Mona Vakilifathi Read more

Adapting to Democracy: Identity and the Political Development of North Korean Defectors

Aram Hur Read more

Building an Infrastructure to Support the Use of Federal Administrative Data for Social Science Researchers

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Constraining Bureaucrats Today Knowing You'll Be Gone Tomorrow: The Effect of Legislative Term Limits on Statutory Discretion

Mona Vakilifathi Read more

Climate Change: U.S. Public Opinion

Patrick J. Egan and Megan Mullin Read more

Is there an Intrinsic Duty to Vote? Comparative Evidence from East and West Germans

Aram Hur Read more

Back to the Future on Presidential Appointments

Paul Light Read more

Nonprofits as “Schools of Democracy”: A Comparative Case Study of Two Environmental Organizations

Dodge, J. and S. M. Ospina Read more

Civic Duty and Turnout in Japan and South Korea

Achen, Christopher H. and Aram Hur Read more

Coding Voter Turnout Responses in the Current Population Survey

Hur, Aram and Christopher H. Achen Read more