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Organized Section 8: Lawrence Longley Award

Representation and Electoral Systems Section Award Recipients 

Lawrence Longley Award
The Lawrence Longley Award is given for the best article published in the previous year.


2017  Tarik Abou-Chadi, Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin 
"Moderate as Necessary: The Role of Electoral Competitiveness and Party Size in Explaining Parties' Policy Shifts."
The Journal of Politics 78 (3):868-881.
2017 Matthias Orlowski, Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin 
"Moderate as Necessary: The Role of Electoral Competitiveness and Party Size in Explaining Parties' Policy Shifts." The Journal of Politics 78 (3):868-881. 
2017 Orit Kedar, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
"Are Voters Equal under the Proportional Representation."
American Journal of Political Science 60 (3):676-691. 
2017 Liran Hargor, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
"Are Voters Equal under the Proportional Representation." American Journal of Political Science 60 (3):676-691. 
2017 Raz Sheinerman, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
"Are Voters Equal under the Proportional Representation." American Journal of Political Science 60 (3):676-691. 
2016  Rafaela M. Dancygier, Princeton University
"Why Are Immigrants Underrepresented in Politics? Evidence from Sweden." American Political Science Review, 2015 
2016  Karl-Oskar Lindgren, Uppsala University 
"Why Are Immigrants Underrepresented in Politics? Evidence from Sweden." American Political Science Review, 2015 
2016  Sven Oskarsson, Uppsala University
"Why Are Immigrants Underrepresented in Politics? Evidence from Sweden." American Political Science Review, 2015 
2016  Kåre Vernby, Stockholm University
"Why Are Immigrants Underrepresented in Politics? Evidence from Sweden." American Political Science Review, 2015
2015  Isabela Mares, Columbia University

“The Adoption of Proportional Representation.” Journal of Politics 

2015  Lucas Leemann, University College London

“The Adoption of Proportional Representation." Journal of Politics

2015  Guy Grossman, University of Pennsylvania
“Do Selection Rules Affect Leader Responsiveness? Evidence from Uganda.” Quarterly Journal of Political Science 
2013 Scott Clifford, Florida State University
Reconsidering the Unequal Representation of Latinos and African Americans (Journal of Politics 74 pages 903-916)
2013 David Broockman, Berkeley
"Black Politicians Are More Intrinsically Motivated to Advance Blacks Interests: A Field Experiment Manipulating Political Incentives." American Journal of Political Science 57(3): 521-536
2012 Ernesto Calvo, University of Maryland
Centripetal and Centrifugal Incentives under Different Electoral Systems
2012 Timothy Hellwig, Indiana University, Bloomington
Centripetal and Centrifugal Incentives under Different Electoral Systems
2011 David Stasavage, New York University
When Distance Mattered: Geographic Scale and the Development of European Representative Assemblies American Political Science Review 104 (4):625-643.2010
2011 Adam Przeworski, New York University
Conquered or Granted: A History of Suffrage Extensions; British Journal of Political Science. 39 (2):291-321
2009 Christopher Carman, University of Strathclyde
The Unfortunate Natural Experiment in Ballot Design; The Scottish Parliamentary Elections of 2007; Electoral Studies 27: 442-459
2009 James Mitchell, University of Strathclyde
The Unfortunate Natural Experiment in Ballot Design; The Scottish Parliamentary Elections of 2007; Electoral Studies 27: 442-459
2009 Robert Johns, University of Strathclyde
The Unfortunate Natural Experiment in Ballot Design; The Scottish Parliamentary Elections of 2007; Electoral Studies 27: 442-459
2008  Miriam Golden, University of California-Los Angeles
Electoral Systems, District Magnitude and Corruption; British Journal of Political Science 37
2008 Eric Chang, Michigan State University
Electoral Systems, District Magnitude and Corruption; British Journal of Political Science 37
2007 Jeffrey Karp, University of Exeter
Why Politicians Like Electora Institutions: Self-Interest, Values, or Ideology?
2007 Todd Donovan, Western Washington University
Why Politicians Like Electoral Institutions: Self-Interest, Values, or Ideology?
2007 Shaun Bowler, University of California, Riverside
Why Politicians Like Electoral Institutions: Self-Interest, Values, or Ideology?
2006 Erik Engstrom, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"Manufactured Responsiveness: The Impact of State Electoral Laws on the Unified Party Control of the Presidency and House of Representatives, 1840-1940." American Journal of Political Science 49: 531-49.
2006 Samuel Kernell, University of California, San Diego
"Manufactured Responsiveness: The Impact of State Electoral Laws on the Unified Party Control of the Presidency and House of Representatives, 1840-1940." American Journal of Political Science 49: 531-49.
2005 Simon Hix, London School of Economics
"Electoral Institutions and Legislative Behavior: Explaining Voting Defection in the European Parliament" (World Politics, vol. 56, No. 2, Jan 2004, pp. 194-223).
2004 Grigorii Golosov
"Electoral Systems and Party Formation in Russia: A Cross Regional Analysis" (Comparative Political Studies, October 2003)
2003 Rein Taagepera, University of California- Irvine
"Nationwide Threshold of Representation" (Electoral Studies, 21, 2002)
 
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