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Organized Section 41: The Political Ties Award

Political Networks Section Award Recipients

The Political Ties Award
This award is given to the best article published on political networks. 


2016  Skyler J. Cranmer, The Ohio State University
"Kantian fractionalization predicts the conflict propensity of the international system," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (Vol. 112, No. 38). 
2016  Elizabeth J. Menninga, University of Iowa
"Kantian fractionalization predicts the conflict propensity of the international system," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (Vol. 112, No. 38). 
2016  Peter J. Mucha, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
"Kantian fractionalization predicts the conflict propensity of the international system," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (Vol. 112, No. 38). 
2015  Brendan Nyhan, Dartmouth University
"Connecting the Candidates: Consultant Networks and the Diffusion of Campaign Strategy in American Congressional Elections.” American Journal of Political Science Volume 59, Issue 2, 292-308 
2015  Jacob Montgomery, Washington University in St. Louis
"Connecting the Candidates: Consultant Networks and the Diffusion of Campaign Strategy in American Congressional Elections.” American Journal of Political Science Volume 59, Issue 2, 292-308 
2014 Sarah Parkinson, University of Chicago
"Organizing Rebellion: Rethinking High-Risk Mobilization and Social Networks in War," American Political Science Review, 107: 418-432
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