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Organized Section 10: Harold F. Gosnell Prize

Political Methodology Section Award Recipients


Harold F. Gosnell Prize
The Harold Gosnell Prize recognizes the best work of Political Methodology presented at a political science conference in the previous year.

2016  Marc Ratkovic, Princeton University
Sparse Estimation with Uncertainty: Subgroup Analysis in Large Dimensional Designs.” 
2016  Dustin Tingley, Harvard University
Sparse Estimation with Uncertainty: Subgroup Analysis in Large Dimensional Designs.”
2015  Rocio Titiunik, University of Michigan
“Robust Nonparametric Confidence Intervals for Regression-Discontinuity Designs” 
2015  Matias Cattaneo, University of Michigan
“Robust Nonparametric Confidence Intervals for Regression-Discontinuity Designs” 
2015  Sebastian Calonico, University of Miami
“Robust Nonparametric Confidence Intervals for Regression-Discontinuity Designs” 
2014 Margaret Roberts, University of California, San Diego 
"Topic Models for Open-Ended Survey Responses with Applications to Experiments."
2014 Brandon Stewart, Harvard University
"Topic Models for Open-Ended Survey Responses with Applications to Experiments."
2014 Dustin Tingley, Harvard University
"Topic Models for Open-Ended Survey Responses with Applications to Experiments."
2014 Christopher Lucas, Harvard University
"Topic Models for Open-Ended Survey Responses with Applications to Experiments."
2014 Shana Gadarian, Syracuse University
"Topic Models for Open-Ended Survey Responses with Applications to Experiments."
2014 Bethany Albertson, University of Texas at Austin
"Topic Models for Open-Ended Survey Responses with Applications to Experiments."
2014 Jetson Leder-Luis, California Institute of Technology
"Topic Models for Open-Ended Survey Responses with Applications to Experiments."
2014 David Rand, Yale University
"Topic Models for Open-Ended Survey Responses with Applications to Experiments."
2013 Adam Glynn, Harvard University
Front door Versus Back door Adjustment with Unmeasured Confounding: Bias Formulas for Front door and Hybrid Adjustments
2013 Konstantin Kashin, Harvard University
Front door Versus Back door Adjustment with Unmeasured Confounding: Bias Formulas for Front door and Hybrid Adjustments
2012 Thomas Gschwend, Universität Mannheim
A Common Left-Right Scale for Voters and Parties in Europe
2012 James Lo, University of Mannheim
A Common Left-Right Scale for Voters and Parties in Europe
2012 Sven-Oliver Proksch, University of Mannheim
A Common Left-Right Scale for Voters and Parties in Europe
2011 Robert Franzese Jr., University of Michigan Ann Arbor
"Modeling History-Dependent Network Convolution"
2011 Jude Hays
"Modeling History-Dependent Network Convolution"
2011 Aya Kachi, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
"Modeling History-Dependent Network Convolution"
2010 Jong Hee Park, University of Chicago
2009 John Freeman, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Dynamic Elicited Priors for Updating Covert Networks
2009 Jeff Gill, Washington University, St Louis
Dynamic Elicited Priors fro Updating Covert Networks
2007 Alberto Abadie, Harvard University
Synthetic Control Methods for Comparative Case Studies: Estimating the Effect of California's Tobacco Control Program
2007 Alexis Diamond, Harvard University
Synthetic Control Methods for Comparative Case Studies: Estimating the Effect of California's Tobacco Control Program
2007 Jens Hainmueller, Harvard University
Synthetic Control Methods for Comparative Case Studies: Estimating the Effect of California's Tobacco Control Program
2006 Kevin Quinn, Harvard University
"An Automated Method of Topic-Coding Legislative Speech Over Time With Application to the 105th-108th U.S. Senate"
2006 Burt Monroe, Michigan State University
"An Automated Method of Topic-Coding Legislative Speech Over Time With Application to the 105th-108th U.S. Senate"
2006 Michael Colaresi, Michigan State University
"An Automated Method of Topic-Coding Legislative Speech Over Time With Application to the 105th-108th U.S. Senate"
2006 Michael Crespin, University of Georgia
"An Automated Method of Topic-Coding Legislative Speech Over Time With Application to the 105th-108th U.S. Senate"
2006 Dragomir Radev, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
"An Automated Method of Topic-Coding Legislative Speech Over Time With Application to the 105th-108th U.S. Senate"
2005 Alexis Diamond, Harvard University
Genetic Matching for Estimating Causal Effects: A General Multivariate Matching Method for Achieving Balance in Observational Studies
2005 Jasjeet Sekhon, UC Berkeley
Genetic Matching for Estimating Causal Effects: A General Multivariate Matching Method for Achieving Balance in Observational Studies
2004 Henry Brady, University of California, Berkeley
"A ‘Natural Experiment’ on the Costs of Voting: Methodologies for Analyzing Data when the Treatment is Nearly Randomized"
2004 John McNulty, University of California, Berkeley
"A ‘Natural Experiment’ on the Costs of Voting: Methodologies for Analyzing Data when the Treatment is Nearly Randomized"
2003 Won-Ho Park, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
"Estimation of Voter Transition Rates and Ecological Inference"
2002 Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Ohio State University
1999 Nathaniel Beck, University of California-San Diego
"Improving Quantitative Studies of International Conflict: A Conjecture"
1999 Gary King, Harvard University
"Improving Quantitative Studies of International Conflict: A Conjecture"
1999 Langche Zeng, Harvard University
"Improving Quantitative Studies of International Conflict: A Conjecture"
1998 Dean Lacy, Ohio State University
"A Theory of Nonseparable Preferences in Survey Responses"
1997 Gary King, Harvard University
"A Solution to the Ecological Inference Problem: Reconstructing Individual Behavior From Aggregate Data"
1996 Nathaniel Beck, University of California-San Diego
"Conflicts in Time and Space"
1996 Richard Tucker, Indiana University-Bloomington
"Conflicts in Time and Space"
1996 Walter Mebane Jr., Cornell University
"Markov Chain Models for Rolling Cross-Section Data"
1996 Jonathan Wand, Cornell University
"Markov Chain Models for Rolling Cross-Section Data"
1995 Bradley Palmquist, Harvard University
"Respecification Approaches to Ecological Inference: A Comparison of Control Variables and the Quadratic Model"
1995 Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Ohio State University
"The Microfoundations of Aggregate Partisanship: A Fractional Integration Analysis of Heterogeneity and Permanence"
1995 Renee Smith, University of Rochester
"The Microfoundations of Aggregate Partisanship: A Fractional Integration Analysis of Heterogeneity and Permanence"
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