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Organized Section 4: Best Comparative Policy Paper Award

Public Policy Section Award Recipients 

Best Comparative Policy Paper Award
The Best Comparative Policy Paper Award recognizes an article of particular distinction published in the area of comparative public policy, awarded in collaboration with the International Comparative Policy Analysis Forum. This award carries a prize of $500.


2017  Melani Cammett, Harvard University
"Political Context, Organizational Mission and the Quality of Social Services: Insights from the Health Sector in Lebanon." 
2017  Aytug Sasmaz, Brown University
"Political Context, Organizational Mission and the Quality of Social Services: Insights from the Health Sector in Lebanon."  
2016  Daniel Treisman, University of California, Los Angeles
“Misperceiving Inequality”
2016  Vladimir Gimpelson, Higher School of Economics
“Misperceiving Inequality”
2015  Zachary Elkins, University of Texas-Austin
“Micro-Level Foundations of Diffusion Theory: Experimental Evidence”  
2013 Matthias Orlowski, Humboldt-University Berlin
The Dynamics of Electoral Incentives. Electoral Systems and Agricultural Support in OECD countries paper prepared for the 2012 APSA Annual Meeting
2012 Claire Annesley, University of Manchester
2012 Isabelle Engeli, University of Ottawa
2011 Shaun Bevan, Pennsylvania State University
"Opinion-Responsiveness of Governing Agendas in the US and the UK: Institutional Filtering of Issue Priorities of the Public"
2011 Will Jennings, University of Manchester
"Opinion-Responsiveness of Governing Agendas in the US and the UK: Institutional Filtering of Issue Priorities of the Public"
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