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Organized Section 3: Alan Rosenthal Prize

Legislative Studies Section Award Recipients

Alan Rosenthal Prize
In the spirit of Alan Rosenthal's work, this prize is dedicated to encouraging young scholars to study questions that are of importance to legislators and legislative staff and to conduct research that has the potential application to strengthening the practice of representative democracy.

2017  Tiffany D. Barnes, University of Kentucky
Gendering Legislative Behavior. Cambridge University Press, 2016.
2016  James M. Curry, University of Utah
Legislating in the Dark. University of Chicago Press, 2015.
2014 Nicholas Carnes, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University
White-Collar Government: The Hidden Role of Class in Economic Policy Making. University of Chicago Press, 2013
2013 Kristin Kanthak, University of Pittsburgh
The Diversity Paradox: Political Parties, Legislatures, and the Organizational Foundations of Representation in America (Oxford University Press)
2013 George Krause, University of Pittsburgh
The Diversity Paradox: Political Parties, Legislatures, and the Organizational Foundations of Representation in America (Oxford University Press)
2012 Vineeta Yadav, Pennsylvania State University
Political Parties, Business Groups, and Corruption in Developing Countries (Oxford University Press, 2011)
2011 Kristina Miler, University of Maryland, College Park
Constituency Representation in Congress
2010 David Parker, Montana State University
"Making a Good Impression: Resource Allocation, Home Styles and Washington Work."
2010 Craig Goodman, Texas Tech University
"Making a Good Impression: Resource Allocation, Home Styles and Washington Work"
2009 Christopher Berry, University of Chicago
"Piling On: Multilevel Government and the Fiscal Common Pool,"’ American Journal of Political Science, October 2008
2007 Nancy Martorano Miller, University of Dayton
Balancing Power: Committee System Autonomy and Legislative Organization
2006 Tracy Sulkin, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Issue Politics in Congress (Cambridge University Press, 2005)
2005 Thad Kousser, University of California, San Diego
Term Limits and the Dismantling of State Legislative Professionalism (Cambridge University Press)
2004 Yusaku Horiuchi, The Australian National University
"Reapportionment and Redistribution: Consequences of Electoral Reform in Japan" (American Journal of Political Science, October 2003)
2004 Jun Saito, Yale University
The Australian National University, "Reapportionment and Redistribution: Consequences of Electoral Reform in Japan" (American Journal of Political Science, October 2003)
2003 Scott Adler, University of Colorado-Boulder
"Why Congressional Reforms Fall: Reelection and the House Committee System" (University of Chicago Press, 2002)
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