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Organized Section 10: Warren Miller Article Award

Political Methodology Section Award Recipients


Warren Miller Article Award
The Warren Miller Article Award is given for the best article in Political Analysis.

2016  Pablo Barberá, New York University
“Birds of the same feather tweet together: Bayesian ideal point estimation using Twitter data.” Political Analysis, 23(1): 76-91 
2015  Jens Hainmueller, Stanford University
“Causal Inference in Conjoint Analysis: Understanding Multidimensional Choices via Stated Preference Experiments.” Political Analysis, 2013  
2015  Daniel Hopkins, Pennsylvania State University
“Causal Inference in Conjoint Analysis: Understanding Multidimensional Choices via Stated Preference Experiments.” Political Analysis, 2013  
2015  Teppei Yamamoto, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“Causal Inference in Conjoint Analysis: Understanding Multidimensional Choices via Stated Preference Experiments.” Political Analysis, 2013  
2014 Mark Fredrickson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
"Reasoning about Interference in Randomized Studies." Political Analysis. 2013. 21(1):97-124
2014 Costas Panagopoulos, Fordham University
"Reasoning about Interference in Randomized Studies.” Political Analysis. 2013. 21(1):97-124
2014 Jacob Bowers, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Reasoning about Interference in Randomized Studies." Political Analysis. 2013. 21(1):97-124
2013 Jens Hainmueller, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"Entropy Balancing for Casual Effects: A Multivariate Reweighting Method to Produce Balanced Samples in Observational Studies"
2012 Devin Caughey, University of California, Berkeley
Elections and the Regression-Discontinuity Design: Lessons from Close U.S. House Races, 1942-2008 (Political Analysis. 19 (4))
2012 Jasjeet Sekhon, University of California, Berkeley
Elections and the Regression-Discontinuity Design: Lessons from Close U.S. House Races, 1942-2008 (Political Analysis. 19 (4))
2011 Justin Grimmer, Stanford Unversity
"A Bayesian Hierarchical Topic Model for Political Texts: Measuring Expressed Agendas in Senate Press Releases"
2010 Daniel Corstange, University of Maryland, College Park
2007 Frederick Boehmke, University of Iowa
The Influence of Unobserved Factors on Position Timing and Content in the NAFTA Vote
2006 Robert Franzese Jr., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
"Empirical Strategies for Various Manifestations of Multilevel Data," Political Analysis 13:4 (Fall 2005): 430-446
2005 David Nickerson, University of Notre Dame
Scalable Protocols Offer Efficient Design for Field Experiments
2004 David Park, Washington University, St. Louis
Co-Authored with Andrew Gelman, Columbia University, and Joseph Bafumi, Columbia University, "Bayesian Multilevel Estimation with Poststratification: State-Level Estimates from National Polls"
2004 Andrew Gelman, Columbia University
Co-Authored with David Park, Washington University, St. Louis, and Joseph Bafumi, Columbia University, "Bayesian Multilevel Estimation with Poststratification: State-Level Estimates from National Polls"
2004 Joseph Bafumi, Columbia University
Co-Authored with David Park, Washington University, St Louis, and Andrew Gelman, Columbia University, "Bayesian Multilevel Estimation with Poststratification: State-Level Estimates from National Polls"
2003 Kenneth Schultz, University of California-Los Angeles
"Revealing Preferences: Empirical Estimation of a Crisis Bargaining Game with Incomplete Information"
2003 Jeffrey Lewis, University of California-Los Angeles
"Revealing Preferences: Empirical Estimation of a Crisis Bargaining Game with Incomplete Information"
2003 Hyeok Yong Kwon, Cornell University
"Has Economic Insecurity Produced Left-Wing Voters? A Markov Chain Approach"
2003 Sona Golder, New York University
"Pre-Electoral Coalition Formation"
2002 Patrick Heagerty, University of Washington
"Windows of Opportunity: Window Subseries Empirical Variance Estimators in International Relations."
2002 Michael Ward, University of Washington
"Windows of Opportunity: Window Subseries Empirical Variance Estimators in International Relations."
2002 Kristian Gleditsch, University of California-San Diego
"Windows of Opportunity: Window Subseries Empirical Variance Estimators in International Relations."
2002 Sunshine Hillygus, Stanford University
"The Dynamics of Voter Decision-making in Election 2000"
2001 Keith Poole, University of Houston
"Estimate Legislator's Preferred Points"
1999 Kevin Clarke, University of Michigan
"Testing Nonnested Models of the Democratic Peace"
1998 Adam Berinsky, University of Michigan
"The Two Faces of Public Opinion"
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