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Organized Section 4: Theodore J. Lowi Best Article

Public Policy Section Award Recipients 

Theodore J. Lowi Policy Studies Journal Best Article
The Theodore J. Lowi Policy Studies Journal Best Article Award is given to recognize an article of particular distinction published at any time in Policy Studies Journal. This award carries a prize of $500.


2017  Hongtao Yi, The Ohio State University
"Policy Networks in Complex Governance Subsystems: Observing and Comparing Hyperlink, Media, and Partnership Networks."
Policy Studies Journal. 44(3): 248-279. 
2017  John Scholz, Florida State University
"Policy Networks in Complex Governance Subsystems: Observing and Comparing Hyperlink, Media, and Partnership Networks." Policy Studies Journal. 44(3): 248-279. 
2016  Elizabeth Rigby, George Washington University
“Laboratories of (In)equality? Redistributive Policy and Income Inequality in the American States” Policy Studies Journal. 43(2): 163-187. May 2015
2016  Megan E. Hatch, Cleveland State University
“Laboratories of (In)equality? Redistributive Policy and Income Inequality in the American States” Policy Studies Journal. 43(2): 163-187. May 2015
2015  Jeronimo Cortina, University of Houston
“Subsidizing Migration? Mexican Agricultural Policies and Migration to the United States.” Policy Studies Journal. 42 (1) 2014: 101-21 
2013 Christian Breunig, University of Konstanz
The Tortoise or the Hare? Incrementalism, Punctuations, and Their Consequences (Policy Studies Journal 40 (1) 2012 pages 45-67)
2013 Chris Koski, Reed College
The Tortoise or the Hare? Incrementalism, Punctuations, and Their Consequences (Policy Studies Journal 40 (1) 2012 pages 45-67)
2012 Peter May, University of Washington
Constructing Homeland Security: An Anemic Policy Regime (Policy Studies Journal 39 (2))
2012 Ashley Jochim, University of Washington
Constructing Homeland Security: An Anemic Policy Regime (Policy Studies Journal 39 (2))
2012 Joshua Sapotichne, Michigan State University
Constructing Homeland Security: An Anemic Policy Regime (Policy Studies Journal 39 (2))
2011 Deborah Phillips, Georgetown University
"Head Start's Comparative Advantage: Myth or Reality"?
2011 William Gormley Jr., Georgetown University
"Head Start's Comparative Advantage: Myth or Reality"?
2011 Shirley Adelstein, Georgetown University
"Head Start's Comparative Advantage: Myth or Reality"?
2011 Catherine Snow, Federal Bureau of Investigation
"Head Start's Comparative Advantage: Myth or Reality"?
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