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Franklin L. Burdette/Pi Sigma Alpha Award Recipients

Year Author Paper Affiliation
2017 Kenneth Greene Why Vote Buying Fails: Campaign Effects and the Elusive Swing Voter University of Texas at Austin
2016  Pablo Barbera How Social Media Reduces Mass Political Polarization: Evidence from Germany, Spain, and the U.S. New York University
2016 John Voorheis, Nolan McCarty, Boris Shor
Unequal Incomes, Ideology and Gridlock: How Rising Inequality Increases Political Polarization
University of Oregon, Princeton University, Georgetown University
2015 Alexander Kuo, Cecilia Hyunjung Mo, Neil Malhotra Why Do Asian Americans Identify as Democrats? Testing Theories of Social Exclusion and Intergroup Solidarity Cornell University, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Vanderbilt University
2014 Chad P. Kiewiet
de Jonge
Political Learning and Democratic Commitment in New Democracies Center for Economic Research and Teaching
2013 Toby Bolsen, James Druckman, Fay Lomax Cook
 
When and How Partisan Identification Works Georgia State University, Northwestern University
2012 No award given
 
   
2011 Dennis Chong and James N. Druckman
 
Dynamic Public Opinion: Communication Effects Over Time Northwestern University
2010 Thomas B. Pepinsky, R. William Liddle, and Saiful Mujani Testing Islam's Political Advantage: Evidence from Indonesia Cornell University, Ohio State University, and Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University
 
2010 Ben B. Hansen and Jake Bowers Attributing Effects to a Cluster Randomized Get-Out-The-Vote Campaign University of Michigan and University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
2009 No award given
 
   
2008 Alastair Smith and Bruce Bueno de Mesquita Political Survival and Institutional Change New York University and New York University/Stanford University
 
2007 Dennis Chong and James Druckman 
 
Democratic Competition and Public Opinion Northwestern University
2006 Dawn Brancati Decentralization: Fueling the Fire or Dampening the Flames of Ethnic Conflict and Secessionism
 
Harvard University

2005

William T. Bernhard and David Leblang

When Markets Party: Stocks, Bonds, and Cabinet Formations

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and University of Colorado, Boulder

2004

David Woodruff

Boom, Gloom, Doom: Balance Sheets, Monetary Fragmentation, and Financial Crisis in Argentina and Russia

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

2004

Larry W. Chappell and Bernard L. Bray

Civic Theatre for Civic Education

Mississippi Valley State University and Talladega College

2003

Larry M. Bartels

Economic Inequality and Political Representation

Princeton University

2002

No award given

 

 

2001

No award given

 

 

2000

Herbert Kitschelt

Accounting for Outcomes of Post-Communist Regime Change: Casual Depth or Shallowness in Rival Explanations

Duke University

1999

Charles Stewart III

Architect or Tactician? Henry Clay and the Institutional Development of the U.S. House of Representatives

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

1998

Karen Orren

Machine Constitutionalism: The Court, the Republican Party and the Eleventh Amendment in the Gilded Age

University of California, Los Angeles

1997

Richard A. Brisbin

The U.S. Supreme Court and the Rationality of Labor Violence: The Impact of the Mackay Radio Doctrine and 'Violence' during the Coal Strike of 1989-90

West Virginia University

1996

Jeffrey A. Segal

Marksist (and Neo-Marksist) Models of Supreme Court Decision Making: Separation-of-Powers in the Positive Theory of Law and Courts

SUNY Stony Brook

1995

Kenneth Schultz and Barry Weingast

The Democratic Advantage: The Institutional Sources of State Power in International Competition

Stanford University

1994

Paul Sniderman, Edward Carmines, Philip Tetlock, and Anthony Tyler

The Asymmetry of Race as a Political Issue: Prejudice, Political Ideology, and the Structure of Conflict of American Politics

Stanford University, Indiana University, and University of California, Berkeley

1993

George Tsebelis

The Power of the European Parliament as a Conditional Agenda-Setter

University of California, Los Angeles

1992

Edgar Kiser

Markets and Hierarchies in Early Modern Fiscal Systems: A Principal-Agent Analysis of the Choice Between Tax Farming and State Bureaucracy

University of Washington

1991

Bartholomew H. Sparrow

Raising Taxes and Going into Debt: A Resource Dependence Model of U.S. Public Finance in the 1940s

University of Texas at Austin

1990

Byron E. Shafer

The Notion of an Electoral Order: The Structure of Electoral Politics at the Accession of George Bush

Nuffield College

1989

George Rabinowitz, Stuart Elaine Macdonald, and Ola Listhaug

New Players in an Old Game

University of North Carolina

1988

Ronald Rogowski

Changing Exposure to Trade and the Development of Political Cleavages

University of California, Los Angeles

1987

James L. Gibson

The Policy Consequences of Political Tolerance

University of Houston

1986

Robert Axelrod

Modeling the Evolution of Norms

University of Michigan

1985

Jack L. Walker

Three Modes of Political Mobilization

 

1985

Michael Wallerstein

The Micro-Foundations of Corporatism: Formal Theory and Comparative Analysis

University of California, Los Angeles

1984

Gary Miller and Terry Moe

The Positive Theory of Hierarchies

Michigan State University and Stanford University

1983

Jennifer Hochschild

Incrementalism, Pluralism and the Failure of School Desegregation

Princeton University

1983

Kaare Strom

Minority Government and Majority Rule

Stanford University 

1982

Sylvia Snowiss

From Fundamental Law to the Supreme Law of the Land: A Reinterpretation of the Origin of Judicial Law Review in the U.S.

California State University, Northridge

1981

Trudi C. Miller

Toward a Normative Dynamic Model of Educational Equity

National Science Foundation

1980

Bert A. Rockman

Constants, Cycles, Trends and Persons in Presidential Governance: Carter's Troubles Reviewed

University of Pittsburgh

1979

Mancur Olson

Pluralism and National Decline

University of Maryland

1978

Raymond E. Wolfinger and Steven J. Rosenstone

Who Votes?

University of California, Berkeley

1977

Mary Cornelia Porter

Rodriguez, the "Poor" and the Burger Court: A Prudent Prognosis

Barat College

1976

Richard F. Fenno

Congressmen in Their Constituencies: An Exploration

University of Rochester

1975

Lloyd and Susanne Rudolph

Authority and Power in Bureaucratic and Patrimonial Administration

University of Chicago

1974

William Zimmerman

National-International Linkages in Yugoslavia: The Political Consequences of Openness

University of Michigan

1973

No award given

 

 

1972

Alexander George

Multiple Advocacy in Making Foreign Policy

Stanford University

1971

Daniel Ellsberg

Escalating in a Quagmire

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

1970

Brian Fry and Richard Winters

The Politics of Redistribution

Stanford University and Dartmouth College

1969

Gerald H. Kramer

Short-Term Fluctuations in U.S. Voting Behavior, 1896-1964

Yale University

1968

Sidney Tarrow

Catch-all Political Parties in a Polarized Political System: An Empirical Analysis and Theoretical Critique

Yale University

1967

Frederick Frey

Socialization to National Identification: Turkish Peasants

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

1967

Robert C. Tucker

The Deradicalization of Marxist Movements

Princeton University

1966

Samuel Huntington

Political Modernization: America vs. Europe

Harvard University

1965

James B. Christoph

British Political Ideology Today: Consensus and Cleavage

Ohio State University

1964

James G. March

An Individualistic Theory of Political Process

Universityof California, Irvine


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