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Organized Section 5: POP/Party Politics Award

Political Organizations and Parties Section Award Recipients

POP/Party Politics Award
The POP/Party Politics Award recognizes the best paper delivered on a Political Organizations and Parties-sponsored panel at the preceding APSA annual meeting.


2012 William Mayer, Northeastern University
Theory Meets Practice: The Presidential Selection Process in the First Federal Election,1788-89
2011 Lee Drutman, The Progressive Policy Institute
"The Inside View: Using the Enron Email Archive to Understand Business Lobbying,"
2011 Daniel Hopkins, Georgetown University
"The Inside View: Using the Enron Email Archive to Understand Business Lobbying"
2010 Seth Masket, University of Denver
"Networking the Parties: A Comparison of Democratic and Republican National Convention Delegates in 2008"
2010 Michael Heaney, University of Michigan
"Networking the Parties: A Comparison of Democratic and Republican National Convention Delegates in 2008"
2010 Joanne Miller, University of Minnesota
"Networking the Parties: A Comparison of Democratic and Republican National Convention Delegates in 2008"
2010 Dara Strolovitch, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
"Networking the Parties: A Comparison of Democratic and Republican National Convention Delegates in 2008"
2009 Richard Skinner, Bowdoin College
"527 Committees and the Political Party Network"
2009 Seth Masket, University of Denver
"527 Committees and the Political Party Network"
2009 David Dulio, Oakland University
"527 Committees and the Political Party Network"
2008 Brian Feinstein, Harvard University
"State Party Platforms and Civil Rights Policy, 1920-1968"
2008 Eric Schickler, University of California, Berkeley
"State Party Platforms and Civil Rights Policy, 1920-1968"
2007 Georgia Kernell, Columbia University
Candidate Selction and Political Participation
2006 Hans Noel, Princeton University
"Ideology, Party, and the Creation of the Anti-Slavery Coalition"
2005 Michael Heaney, University of Florida
"Reputation and Leadership Inside Interest Group Coalitions"
2004 Eric Heberlig, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Co-Authored with Marc J. Hetherington, Bowdoin College, and Bruce A. Larson, Farleigh Dickenson University, "The Redistribution of Campaign Funds and Institutional Advancement in the U.S. House"
2004 Marc Hetherington, Bowdoin College
Co-Authored with Eric S. Heberlig, UNC Charlotte, and Bruce A. Larson, Farleigh Dickenson University, "The Redistribution of Campaign Funds and Institutional Advancement in the U.S. House"
2004 Bruce Larson, Farleigh Dickenson University
Co-Authored with Eric S. Heberlig, UNC Charlotte, and Marc J. Hetherington, Bowdoin College, "The Redistribution of Campaign Funds and Institutional Advancement in the U.S. House"
2003 Byron Shafer, University of Wisconsin Madison
"Economic Development, Legal Desegregation, and Partisan Change in the Post War South."
2003 Richard Johnston, University of British Columbia
"Economic Development, Legal Desegregation, and Partisan Change in the Post War South"
2001 Byron Shafer, Oxford University
"The Transformation of Southern Politics, Revisited: The House of Representatives as a Window"
2001 Richard Johnston, University of British Columbia
"The Transformation of Southern Politics, Revisited: The House of Representatives as a Window"
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