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Organized Section 22: Best Journal Article Award

State Politics and Policy Section Award Recipients

Best Journal Article Award
The award recognizes the best journal article on U.S. state politics or policy published during the previous calendar year in any peer-reviewed journal (book reviews, review essays, and chapters published in edited volumes are not eligible).


2016  Frederick J. Boehmke, University of Iowa
"Pivotal Politics and Initiative Use in the American States." Political Research Quarterly, 2015, 68(4), 665-677  
2016  Tracy L. Osborn, University of Iowa
"Pivotal Politics and Initiative Use in the American States." Political Research Quarterly, 2015, 68(4), 665-677  
2016  Emily U. Schilling, University of Tennessee
"Pivotal Politics and Initiative Use in the American States." Political Research Quarterly, 2015, 68(4), 665-677 
2015  Eric McGhee, Public Policy Institute of California
"A Primary Cause of Partisanship? Nomination Systems and Legislator Ideology." AJPS 2014 
2015  Seth Masket, University of Denver
"A Primary Cause of Partisanship? Nomination Systems and Legislator Ideology." AJPS 2014 
2015  Boris Shor, Georgetown University
"A Primary Cause of Partisanship? Nomination Systems and Legislator Ideology." AJPS 2014 
2015  Steven Rogers, Saint Louis University
"A Primary Cause of Partisanship? Nomination Systems and Legislator Ideology." AJPS 2014 
2015  Nolan McCarty, Princeton University
"A Primary Cause of Partisanship? Nomination Systems and Legislator Ideology." AJPS 2014 
2015  Barry Burden, University of Wisconsin-Madison
“Election Laws, Mobilization, and Turnout: The Unintended Consequences of Electoral Reform.” AJPS 2014 
2015  David Canon, University of Wisconsin-Madison
“Election Laws, Mobilization, and Turnout: The Unintended Consequences of Electoral Reform.” AJPS 2014 
2015  Don Moynihan, University of Wisconsin-Madison
“Election Laws, Mobilization, and Turnout: The Unintended Consequences of Electoral Reform.” AJPS 2014 
2014 Elizabeth Rigby, George Washington University
"Political Parties and Representation of the Poor in the American States." (American Journal of Political Science, 57 (2013), 552-54)
2014 Gerald Wright, Indiana University, Bloomington
"Political Parties and Representation of the Poor in the American States." (American Journal of Political Science, 57 (2013), 552-54)
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