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Organized Section 3: CQ Press Award

Legislative Studies Organized Section Award Recipients

CQ Press Award
The CQ Press Award for the best paper on legislative studies presented at the previous year's APSA Annual Meeting.


2016  Boris Shor, Georgetown University
"Unequal Incomes, Ideology and Gridlock: How Rising Inequality Increases Political Polarization."
2016  Nolan McCarty, Princeton University
"Unequal Incomes, Ideology and Gridlock: How Rising Inequality Increases Political Polarization."
2016
John Voorheis, University of Oregon
"Unequal Incomes, Ideology and Gridlock: How Rising Inequality Increases Political Polarization."
2014 Jeffery Jenkins, University of Virginia
"On Measuring Legislative Agenda Setting Power"
2014 Nathan Monroe, University of California, Merced
"On Measuring Legislative Agenda Setting Power"
2013 Charles Finocchiaro, University of South Carolina
"From Wild Horses to Work Horses: Electoral System Reform and Legislative Entrepreneurship in the House of Representatives."
2013 Scott MacKenzie, University of California, Davis
"From Wild Horses to Work Horses: Electoral System Reform and Legislative Entrepreneurship in the House of Representatives."
2012 Michael Brady, Denison University
An Indelible Imprint? Assessing the Evolution of Racial Politics in Shaping Conflict in Congress during the Civil Rights Era
2012 Daniel Lee, Michigan State University
An Indelible Imprint? Assessing the Evolution of Racial Politics in Shaping Conflict in Congress during the Civil Rights Era
2012 Eric Gonzalez Juenke, Michigan State University
An Indelible Imprint? Assessing the Evolution of Racial Politics in Shaping Conflict in Congress during the Civil Rights Era
2011 Sean Theriault, University of Texas, Austin
"The Gingrich Senators and Their Effect on the U.S. Senate"
2011 David Rohde, Duke University
"The Gingrich Senators and Their Effect on the U.S. Senate"
2010 Christian Grose, Vanderbilt University
"Priming Rationality: A Theory and Field Experiment of Participation in Legislatures."
2009 Alexander Hirsch, Stanford University
Policy R&D and Legislative Organization
2009 Kenneth Shotts, Stanford University
Policy R&D and Legislative Organization
2006 R. Brian Law, University of California, Los Angeles
"Declining Fortunes: Institutional Change and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 1947-2002"
2006 Linda Fowler, Dartmouth College
"Declining Fortunes: Institutional Change and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 1947-2002"
2005 Tracy Sulkin, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
"Legislative Responsiveness to Campaign Challenges"
2004 Samuel Kernell, University of California, San Diego
"To Stay, To Quit, or To Move Up: Explaining the Growth of Careerism in the House of Representatives, 1878-1940"
2003 Eric Schickler, University of California at Berkeley
"Where's the Pivot? Obstruction and Lawmaking in the Pre-Cloture Senate"
2003 Gregory Wawro, Columbia University
"Where's the Pivot? Obstruction and Lawmaking in the Pre- Cloture Senate"
2002 Kathryn Pearson, University of California-Berkeley
Legislating in Women's Interests? Congresswomen in the 106th Congress
2001 C. Lawrence Evans, College of William and Mary
"Message Politics: Party Campaigning and Legislative Strategy in Congress"
2000 David Brady, Stanford University
"Strong Parties Revisited, 1870-1930"
2000 Kara Buckley, Stanford University
"Strong Parties Revisited, 1870-1930"
2000 Douglas Rivers, Stanford University
"Strong Parties Revisited, 1870-1930"
1999 Sarah Binder, The Brookings Institution
"Dynamics of Legislative Gridlock"
1998 Eric Lawrence, Tulane University
"Participation in American Politics: The Dynamics of Agenda Building" (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1983)
1997 Gary Cox, University of California-San Diego
1997 Jonathan Katz, California Institute of Technology
"Incumbency Advantage in U.S. Senate Elections"
1996 John Hibbing, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Congress as Public Enemy (Cambridge University Press, 1995)
1995 David Brady, Stanford University
Co-Authored with Kara Z. Buckley, Stanford University and Douglas Rivers, Stanford University "The Roots of Careerism in the House of Representatives"
1995 Kara Buckley, Stanford University
"The Roots of Careerism in the House of Representatives"
1995 Douglas Rivers, Stanford University
"The Roots of Careerism in the House of Representatives"
1994 Elizabeth Theiss-Morse, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
"Public Enemy: People's Perception of Congress"
1994 John Hibbing, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
"Public Enemy: People's Perception of Congress"
1993 Elisabeth Gerber, California Institute of Technology
"Preference Aggregation and the Effects of Institutions: Comparing Legislative and Direct Ballot Outcomes"
1992 Barbara Sinclair, University of California, Riverside
"The Emergence of Strong Leadership in the 1980's House of Representatives"
1991 Gary Jacobson, University of California, San Diego
"The Persistence of House Democratic Majorities: Structure or Politics?"
1990 Richard Smith, Carnegie-Mellon University
"Interpretation, Pressure and the Stability of Interest Group Influence in the U.S. Congress"
1988 John Hibbing, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
"Responsiveness in the Senate"
1988 John Alford, Rice University
"Responsiveness in the Senate"
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