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Organized Section 4: Best Paper on Public Policy Award

Public Policy Section Award Recipients 

Best Paper on Public Policy
The Best Paper on Public Policy Award recognizes the best paper on Public Policy given at the previous APSA annual meeting.


2017  Melissa Sands, Harvard University
"Who wants to tax a millionaire? Exposure to inequality reduces support for redistribution"
2016  Daniel Galvin, Northwestern University
“Wage Theft, Public Policy, and the Politics of Workers’ Rights”
2015  Alexandra Filindra, Cornell University
“A Call to Arms: White Identity and Gun Control Policy Preferences in Post-Civil Rights America”
2015 Noah Kaplan, University of Illinois-Chicago
“A Call to Arms: White Identity and Gun Control Policy Preferences in Post-Civil Rights America”
2014  Alan S. Gerber, Yale University 
“Felony status, Participation, and Political Reintegration: Results from a field experiment”
2014  Gregory A. Huber, Yale University 
“Felony status, Participation, and Political Reintegration: Results from a field experiment”
2014 Marc Meredith, University of Pennsylvania
“Felony status, Participation, and Political Reintegration: Results from a field experiment” 
2014  Daniel R. Biggers, Yale University
“Felony status, Participation, and Political Reintegration: Results from a field experiment” 
2014  David J. Hendry, Yale University
“Felony status, Participation, and Political Reintegration: Results from a field experiment” 
2014  Daniel Aldrich, Purdue University
"Social, Not Physical, Infrastructure: The Critical Role of Civil Society in Disaster Recovery" 
2011  Susan Moffitt, Brown University
 "The Politics of Bad News: Politics, Policy and Practice in K-12 Education"
2011  David Cohen, University of Michigan
"The Politics of Bad News: Politics, Policy and Practice in K-12 Education" 
2010  Eric Patashnik, University of Virginia
"When Policy Does Not Remake Politics: The Limits of Policy Feedback" 
2010  Julian Zelizer, Princeton University
"When Policy Does Not Remake Politics: The Limits of Policy Feedback" 
2006  Richard Fording, University of Kentucky
"The Color of Devolution: The Politics of Local Punishment in the New World of Welfare" 
2006  Sanford Schram, Bryn Mawr College
"The Color of Devolution: The Politics of Local Punishment in the New World of Welfare" 
2006  Joe Soss, University of Wisconsin, Madison
"The Color of Devolution: The Politics of Local Punishment in the New World of Welfare" 
2005  Karen Mossberger, Kent State University
"Race, Place, and Information Technology" 
2005  Caroline Tolbert, Kent State University
"Race, Place, and Information Technology" 
2005  Michele Gilbert, Kent State University
"Race, Place, and Information Technology" 
2004  Craig Volden, Ohio State University
"States as Policy Laboratories: Experimenting with the Children's Health Insurance Program" 
2003  Soeren Winter, Danish National Institute of Social Research
"Explaining Variation in Street-Level Bureaucratic Behaviors in Social and Regulatory Policies" 
1989  Trudi Miller, Lehigh University
"Designing Social Structures: A Scientific Perspective" 
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