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Organized Section 1: Deil S. Wright Best Paper Award

Federalism & Intergovernmental Relations Organized Section Award Recipients

Deil S. Wright Best Paper Award
The Deil S. Wright Best Paper Award conferred for the best paper in the field of federalism and intergovernmental relations presented at the previous year's APSA Annual Meeting.

 

2017  Fabrizio Gilardi, University of Zurich
"The Diffusion of Policy Frames: Evidence from a Structural Topics Model."
2017  Charles R. Shipan, University of Michigan
"The Diffusion of Policy Frames: Evidence from a Structural Topics Model."

2017 Bruno Wueest, University of Zurich
"The Diffusion of Policy Frames: Evidence from a Structural Topics Model."
2016  Hye Young You, Vanderbilt University
"Cities as Lobbyists" 
2016  Rebecca Goldstein, Harvard University
"Cities as Lobbyists" 
2015  Michael Coates, University of Rhode Island
"Guns of Fortune: State Gun Control Policies and the Laws of Supply and Demand" 
2015  Shanna Pearson-Merkowitz, University of Rhode Island
"Guns of Fortune: State Gun Control Policies and the Laws of Supply and Demand"
2014 George Tsebelis, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
"Suspending Vetoes: How the Euro Countries Achieved Unanimity in the Fiscal Compact."
2014 Hyeonho Hahm, University of Michigan
"Suspending Vetoes: How the Euro Countries Achieved Unanimity in the Fiscal Compact."
2013 Timothy Conlan, George Mason University
"Implementation Networks and Shared Governance in the U.S. Intergovernmental System"
2013 Priscilla Regan, George Mason University
"Implementation Networks and Shared Governance in the U.S. Intergovernmental System"
2013 Paul Posner, George Mason University
"Implementation Networks and Shared Governance in the U.S. Intergovernmental System"
2012 Charles Hankla, Georgia State University
Rethinking the Political Economy of Decentralization: How Democracy and Political Parties Shape the Provision of Local Public Goods
2012 Eunice Heredia-Ortiz, Development Alternatives, Inc.
Rethinking the Political Economy of Decentralization: How Democracy and Political Parties Shape the Provision of Local Public Goods
2012 Raul Ponce-Rodriguez, Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez
Rethinking the Political Economy of Decentralization: How Democracy and Political Parties Shape the Provision of Local Public Goods
2012 Jorge Martinez-Vazquez, Georgia State University
Rethinking the Political Economy of Decentralization: How Democracy and Political Parties Shape the Provision of Local Public Goods
2011 Timothy Conlan, George Mason University
Inflection Point? Federalism and the Obama Administration
2011 Paul Posner, George Mason University
Inflection Point? Federalism and the Obama Administration
2010 Jennifer Wallner, University of Regina, Canada
Does Diversity Always Lead to Decentralization and Difference?
2009 Daniel Hopkins, Harvard University
"The Origins of the Urban Political Agenda"
2006 Pietro Nivola, The Brookings Institution
"Making Sense of Subsidiarity: Why Federalism Matters"
2005 Megan Mullin, University of California, Berkeley
"Fighting Over Land and Water; Venues in Local Growth Disputes"
2004 Ken Bickers, University of Colorado
"Inter-local Cooperation and the Distribution of Federal Grants"
2004 Robert Stein, Rice University
"Inter-local Cooperation and the Distribution of Federal Grants"
2003 Catherine Johnson, Williams College
Co-Authored with Thomas L. Gais, Rockefeller Institute of Government, SUNY and Catherine Lawrence, Rockefeller Institute of Government, SUNY "Three Faces of Welfare Reform: State Implementation and Child Poverty in the US"
2003 Thomas Gais, Rockefeller Institute of Government, SUNY
Co-Authored with Catherine E. Johnson, Williams College and Catherine Lawrence, Rockefeller Institute of Government, SUNY "Three Faces of Welfare Reform: State Implementation and Child Poverty in the US"
2003 Catherine Lawrence, Rockefeller Institute of Government, SUNY
Co-Authored with Catherine E. Johnson, Williams College and Thomas L. Gais, Rockefeller Institute of Government, SUNY "Three Faces of Welfare Reform: State Implementation and Child Poverty in the US"
2002 Timothy Conlan, George Mason University
"Courting Devolution: The Renuist Court and Contemporary American Federalism"
2001 William Gormley Jr., Georgetown University
"An Evolutionary Approach to Federalism in the U.S."
2000 Alexandra Filindra, Rutgers University
"Fiscal Federalism and the Politics of Intergovernmental Grants: Lessons for the European Union"
1999 Troy Smith, Brigham Young University
"When States Lobby: Welfare Reform, 1993-1997"
1998 Richard Elling, Wayne State University
"Let Them Eat Marblecake: Michigan Citizens' Preferences on Intergovernmental Structure"
1998 Lyke Thompson, Wayne State University
"Let Them Eat Marblecake: Michigan Citizens' Preferences on Intergovernmental Structure"
1997 Robert Lieberman, Columbia University
"State Welfare Policies and the Shifting Ground of American Federalism"
1997 Greg Shaw, Columbia University
"State Welfare Policies and the Shifting Ground of American Federalism"
1996 Daniel Treisman, Harvard University
"A Ranking of Key Intergovernmental Relations, Events, Issues and Trends: 1980-1995"
1996 Richard Cole, Univ of Texas-Arlington
"A Ranking of Key Intergovernmental Relations, Events, Issues and Trends: 1980-1995"
1996 Carl Stenberg III, University of Baltimore
"A Ranking of Key Intergovernmental Relations, Events, Issues and Trends: 1980-1995"
1996 Carol Weissert, Michigan State University
"A Ranking of Key Intergovernmental Relations, Events, Issues and Trends: 1980-1995"
1995 Richard Deeg, Temple University
"Germany's Lander and the Federalisation of the EC"
1994 Rey Koslowski, University of Pennsylvania
"Immigration and the Union of Democratic States"
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