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Organized Section 37: Sage Paper Award

Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Section Award Recipients 

Sage Paper Award
The Sage Paper Award honors Sara and George McCune, who founded and sustained Sage Publications as a leading publisher of social science methodology -- including very centrally qualitative methods. This award will be given to a paper presented at the previous Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association.


2016
 

Erica S. Simmons
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University of Wisconsin–Madison
Comparison and Ethnography: What Each Can Learn from the Other.” 
2016  Nicholas Rush Smith, City University of New York - City College
Comparison and Ethnography: What Each Can Learn from the Other.” 
2015 Markus Kreuzer, Villanova University
"The Structure of Description: Elements of Analyzing and Criteria for Evaluating Historical Evidence." 
2015  Honorable Mention
Chris Krogslund, University of California, Berkeley
"Can QCA Do Causal Inference? An Assessment and Proposed Alternative." 
2015  Honorable Mention
Katherine Michel, University of California, Berkeley
"Can QCA Do Causal Inference? An Assessment and Proposed Alternative." 
2014 Macartan Humphreys, Columbia University
"Mixing Methods: A Bayesian Unification of Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches."
2014 Alan Jacobs, University of British Columbia
"Mixing Methods: A Bayesian Unification of Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches."
2013 Carolyn Warner, Arizona State University
"Religion and Public Goods Provision: Experimental and Interview-based Evidence"
2013 Ramazan Kilinc, University of Nebraska-Omaha
"Religion and Public Goods Provision: Experimental and Interview-based Evidence"
2013 Christopher Hale, Arizona State University
"Religion and Public Goods Provision: Experimental and Interview-based Evidence"
2012 Derek Beach, University of Aarhus
What is process tracing actually tracing? The three variants of process tracing methods and their uses and limitations
2012 Rasmus Pedersen, University of Aarhus
What is process tracing actually tracing? The three variants of process tracing methods and their uses and limitations
2009 Robert Adcock, George Washington University
The Curious Career of the "Comparative Methood'; The Case of Mill's Methods"
2009 Payam Mohseni, Georgetown University
"Contested Concepts: Mapping the Boundaries of Hybrid Regimes"
2009 Leah Gilbert, Georgetown University
"Contested Concepts: Mapping the Boundaries of Hybrid Regimes"
2006 Giovanni Capoccia, University of Oxford
"The Study of Critical Junctures: Theory, Narrative, and Counterfactuals in Institutional Theory"
2006 R. Kelemen, Oxford University
"The Study of Critical Junctures: Theory, Narrative, and Counterfactuals in Institutional Theory"
2005 Colin Elman, Arizona State University
"Theoretical Typologies in the Qualitative Study of International Politics."
2004 John Gerring, Boston University
"Causation: A Unified Framework for the Social Sciences"
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