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Organized Section 25: McGillivray Best Paper Award

Political Economy Section Award Recipients

McGillivray Best Paper Award
The McGillivray Best Paper Award is given for the best paper in Political Economy presented at the previous year’s APSA Annual Meeting.
 

2016  Francisco Garfias, Stanford University
"Elite Competition and State Capacity Development: Theory and Evidence from Post-Revolutionary Mexico." 
2015  Eugene Gholz, University of Texas at Austin
"Assessing the ‘Threat’ of International Tension to the U.S. Economy.” Presented at the 2014 APSA annual meeting 
2015  Daniel de Kadt, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“Agents of the Regime? Traditional Leaders and Electoral Clientelism in South Africa.” Presented at the 2014 APSA annual meeting.  
2015  Horacio A. Larreguy, Harvard University
“Agents of the Regime? Traditional Leaders and Electoral Clientelism in South Africa.” Presented at the 2014 APSA annual meeting.  
2014 Alexandra Guisinger, University of Notre Dame
"Racial Diversity and Redistribution: Explaining (White) Americans Continued Support for Trade Protection"
2014 Edmund Malesky, Duke University
"The Impact of Recentralization on Public Services: A Difference-in-Differences Analysis of the Abolition of Elected Councils in Vietnam"
2014 Anh Tran, Indiana University, Bloomington
"The Impact of Recentralization on Public Services: A Difference-in-Differences Analysis of the Abolition of Elected Councils in Vietnam"
2014 Cuong Viet Nguyen, National Economics University of Vietnam
"The Impact of Recentralization on Public Services: A Difference-in-Differences Analysis of the Abolition of Elected Councils in Vietnam"
2013 Michael Findley, University of Texas, Austin
"Causes of Non-Compliance with International Law: Evidence from a Field Experiment on Financial Transparency"
2013 Daniel Nielson, Brigham Young University
"Causes of Non-Compliance with International Law: Evidence from a Field Experiment on Financial Transparency"
2013 Jason Sharman, Griffith University
"Causes of Non-Compliance with International Law: Evidence from a Field Experiment on Financial Transparency"
2012 Benjamin Barber IV, Duke University
The Behavioral Foundations of Social Politics: Evidence from Surveys and a Laboratory Democracy
2012 Pablo Beramendi, Duke University
The Behavioral Foundations of Social Politics: Evidence from Surveys and a Laboratory Democracy
2012 Erik Wibbels, Duke University
The Behavioral Foundations of Social Politics: Evidence from Surveys and a Laboratory Democracy
2011 Milan Svolik, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
"Learning to Love Democracy: A Theory of Democratic Consolidation and Breakdown"
2010 Torun Dewan, London School of Economics
"On The Rhetorical Strategies of Leaders: Speaking Clearly, Standing Back, and Stepping Down"
2010 David Myatt, Oxford University
"On The Rhetorical Strategies of Leaders: Speaking Clearly, Standing Back, and Stepping Down"
2009 Nathan Jensen, Washington University
"Where Do U.S. Multinationals Pay Taxes?"
2007 Raymond Duch, University of Oxford
The Global Economy, Competency, and the Economic Vote
2007 Randolph Stevenson, Rice University
The Global Economy, Competency, and the Economic Vote
2006 Marcus Kurtz, Ohio State University
"The Politics of Time Horizons: Strategic Dynamics of Capital Account and Trade Liberalization in Contemporary Latin America"
2005 William Bernhard, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"When Markets Party: Stocks, Bonds and Cabinet Formations"
2005 David Leblang, University of Colorado, Boulder
"When Markets Party: Stocks, Bonds and Cabinet Formations"
2004 Torben Iversen, Harvard University
Co-Authored with Frances Rosenbluth, Yale University, "The Political Economy of Gender: Explaining Cross-National Variation in Household Bargaining, Divorce, and the Gender Voting Gap"
2004 Frances Rosenbluth, Yale University
Co-Authored with Torben Iversen, Harvard University, "The Political Economy of Gender: Explaining Cross- National Variation in Household Bargaining, Divorce, and the Gender Voting Gap"
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