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Organized Section 13: Best Paper Award

Urban Politics Section Award Recipients

Best Paper Award
The Best Paper Award is given for the best paper given at an Urban Politics Section panel at the previous year’s APSA Annual Meeting.


2016  Patricia Strach, University at Albany, State University of New York
Trash: A Political History, 1880-1920."
2016  Kathleen Sullivan, Ohio University
Trash: A Political History, 1880-1920." 
2016  Elizabeth Pérez-Chiqués, University at Albany, State University of New York
Trash: A Political History, 1880-1920." 
2015  Katherine Einstein, Boston University
“Cities, Inequality and Redistribution: Evidence from a Survey of Mayors.” APSA Conference 2014 
2015  David Glick, Boston University
“Cities, Inequality and Redistribution: Evidence from a Survey of Mayors.” APSA Conference 2014 
2014 Veronica Herrera, University of Connecticut
"From Participatory Promises to Partisan Capture: Local Democratic Transitions and Citizen Water Boards in Urban Mexico."
 2012
Todd Swanstrom
"Divorcing Power and Responsibility: How National Policies Have Shaped Local Policy Responses to Foreclosures"
2011 Vladimir Kogan, University of California San Diego
"Who Benefits from Jurisdictional Competition?"
2011 Scott Minkoff, Barnard College
"The Proximate Polity: The Spatial Context of Local Develpmental Goods Provision"
2010 Jen Nelles, University of Toronto
Cooperation and Capacity: Exploring the Sources and Limits of City-Region Governance Partnership
2009 Margaret Reid, University of Arkansas
"When Does Politics Matter? A Reexamination of the Determinants of African American and Latino Municipal Employment Patterns"
2009 William Schreckhise, University of Arkansas
"When Does Politics Matter? A Reexamination of the Determinants of African American and Latino Municipal Employment Patterns"
2007 Michael Jones-Correa, Cornell University
Electoral Representation of New Actors in Suburbia
2006 Dorothy Shipps, Teachers College, Columbia University
"'Sticky' School Reform: A Path Dependent Argument about Corporate Influence and Union Weakness in 20th Century Chicago"
2005 Michael Jones-Correa, Cornell University
2004 Megan Mullin, University of California, Berkeley
"Specialization and Responsiveness in Local Policy Making: The Case of Water Districts"
2003 Jessica Trounstine, University of California, San Diego
" Why Turnout Does Matter: The Effects of a Skewed Electorate on Minority Representation in Local Politics"
2002 Loren King, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Democratic Hopes in the Polycentric City
2001 Vojislava Filipcevic, Columbia University
"Reclaiming the Urban Trenches"
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