My article with Philip Leifeld, “Contributions by Interest Groups to Lobbying Coalitions”, has been published online in the Journal of Politics. Read it here:
My article, “Activism in an Era of Partisan Polarization”, has been published by the journal PS: Political Science and Politics. Read it here:
Have you ever wondered about the “The Partisan Ties of Lobbying Firms”? If so, please check out my paper by that title, which is co-authored with Zander Furnas and Tim LaPira, and is available here:
It will be presented on September 1 at the APSA Annual Meeting. Among other things, we find that Republican lobbying firms experienced a bump in revenues when the Republicans took control of the House in 2010, but not when they captured the Senate in 2014.
Philip Leifeld and I are thrilled that we now have an article forthcoming in the Journal of Politics. It is titled “Contributions by Interest Groups to Lobbying Coalitions.” Look for it in April 2018. Read the accepted manuscript here:
Today I am quoted in an NBC News story on “Protest Fatigue: Have Weeks of Protests Made an Impact?”
My observations about the March for Science were quoted in this article:
Check out my essay “The March for Science and Democracy in America”, at “Learn, Speak, Act”, a new blog sponsored by the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts at the University of Michigan. Thank you to Nicholas Valentino for helpful feedback. Thank you to Katarina Nehrkorn, Will Sollish, Kiki Bayen, Yuka Naya, Aubrey O’Neal, Michael Mrozinski, and others for survey assistance. Thank you to Betsy Mendelsohn, Robert Bateman, and Kate Bateman for providing housing and meeting facilities.
Science magazine just ran a super-cool article that covered my research this past weekend:
I was quoted by this article in the San Francisco Chronicle: