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March 2022, Volume 3, Issue 1
February 2022, Volume 2, Issue 4
December 2021, Volume 2, Issue 3
June 2021, Volume 2, Issue 2
- 169-197 Do District Attorneys Represent Their Voters? Evidence from California's Era of Criminal Justice Reform
by Sances, Michael W.
- 199-225 What Makes a Good Local Leader? Evidence from U.S. Mayors and City Managers
by Carreri, Maria & Payson, Julia
- 227-248 Strategic Partisans: Electoral Motivations and Partisanship in Local Government Communication
by de Benedictis-Kessner, Justin
- 249-280 Service Solvency and Quality of Life After Municipal Bankruptcy
by Abott, Carolyn & Singla, Akheil
- 281-302 Jurisdictional Competition, Market Power, and the Compensation of Public Employees
by Kogan, Vladimir
- 303-328 Senior Citizens as a Pro-Police Interest Group
by Goldstein, Rebecca
March 2021, Volume 2, Issue 1
- 1-21 Economic Insecurity and Deportees' Decision to Re-migrate in a COVID-19 Era
by Denny, Elaine K. & Dow, David & Romero, Diego & Wibbels, Erik
- 23-41 Pandemic Pluralism: Legislator Championing of Organized Interests in Response to COVID-19
by Furnas, Alexander C. & Crosson, Jesse M. & Lorenz, Geoffrey M.
- 43-61 Reverse Party Favoritism in Times of Pandemics: Evidence from Poland
by Kantorowicz, JarosÅ‚aw
- 63-80 The COVID-19 Pandemic and Public Support for European Integration: Evidence from Germany
by Krehbiel, Jay N. & Cheruvu, Sivaram
- 81-102 Essential or Expedient? COVID-19 and Business Closures in the U.S. States
by Crosson, Jesse M. & Parinandi, Srinivas C.
- 103-141 Why Are Pandemics Ideological?
by Clark, Tom S. & Patty, John W.
- 143-167 Yellow Fever and Institutional Development: The Rise and Fall of the National Board of Health
by Gray, Thomas R. & Jenkins, Jeffery A.
November 2020, Volume 1, Issue 4
- 507-521 Pork during Pandemics: Federal Spending and Public Health Crises
by Napolio, Nicholas G.
- 523-541 Local Political Institutions and First-Mover Policy Responses to COVID-19
by Holman, Mirya R. & Farris, Emily M. & Sumner, Jane Lawrence
- 543-557 Truth or Dare? Detecting Systematic Manipulation of COVID-19 Statistics
by Adiguzel, Fatih Serkant & Cansunar, Asli & Corekcioglu, Gozde
- 559-583 Epidemics, Rent Extraction, and the Value of Holding Office
by Garfias, Francisco & Sellars, Emily A.
- 585-613 Institutional Origins of Protective COVID-19 Public Health Policy Responses: Informational and Authority Redundancies and Policy Stringency
by Olga Shvetsova, & Zhirnov, Andrei & VanDusky-Allen, Julie & Adeel, Abdul Basit & Catalano, Michael & Catalano, Olivia & Giannelli, Frank & Muftuoglu, Ezgi & Riggs, Tara & Halit Sezgin, Mehmet & Tahir, Naveed & Zhao, Tianyi
- 615-630 Emergency Response, Public Behavior, and the Effectiveness of Texas Counties in a Pandemic
by Owens, Mark E. & Johnson, Renee M.
- 631-644 Congressional Credit-Claiming for COVID-19 Assistance: How Home Styles Adapt to Local Context
by Bianco, William T. & Schmidt, Eric R.
- 645-669 Health vs. Economy: Politically Optimal Pandemic Policy
by Desierto, Desiree & Koyama, Mark
August 2020, Volume 1, Issue 3
- 319-340 Local Political Economy: The State of the Field: Past, Present, and Future
by Trounstine, Jessica
- 341-378 Toward a General Causal Framework for the Study of Racial Bias in Policing
by Knox, Dean & Mummolo, Jonathan
- 379-416 Identity and Information in Organizations
by Patty, John W. & Penn, Elizabeth Maggie
- 417-448 Insurgent Learning
by Trebbi, Francesco & Weese, Eric & Wright, Austin L. & Shaver, Andrew
- 449-475 Why Is Political Economy a Subfield in Comparative Politics and International Relations, but Not in American Politics? Lessons from the Past, Prescriptions for the Future
by Krause, George A.
- 477-505 Electorates versus Voters
by Ashworth, Scott & Fowler, Anthony
June 2020, Volume 1, Issue 2
- 159-187 Attitudes toward Voting Technology, 2012â€“2019
by Stewart III, Charles & Dunham, James
- 189-207 Security and Integrity: Administrative Structure, Capacity, and American Elections
by Williamson, Ryan D. & Hale, Kathleen & Brown, Mitchell
- 209-237 How to Measure and Assess the Turnout Effects of Election Reforms
by Menger, Andrew & Stein, Robert M.
- 239-265 Explaining the Blue Shift in Election Canvassing
by Foley, Edward B. & Stewart III, Charles
- 267-287 Reducing Legislative Polarization: Top-Two and Open Primaries Are Associated with More Moderate Legislators
by Grose, Christian R.
- 289-317 Easy as 1, 2, 3? Challenges of the 2020 Census and Implications for Political Science
by Hillygus, D. Sunshine & Lopez, Jesse
March 2020, Volume 1, Issue 1
- 1-26 Providing Political Guidance? Agency Politicization and "As If" Policymaking
by Potter, Rachel Augustine
- 27-51 The Administrative Presidency and Public Trust in Bureaucracy
by Rogowski, Jon C.
- 53-78 Presidential Signing Statements and Separation of Powers Politics
by Thrower, Sharece
- 79-103 Beyond the Base: Presidents, Partisan Approval, and the Political Economy of Unilateral Action
by Christenson, Dino & Kriner, Douglas
- 105-136 Mayoral Candidates, Social Class, and Representation in American Cities
by Kirkland, Patricia A.
- 137-158 Rethinking Public Appeals: Experimental Evidence on Presidential Performances
by Howell, William G. & Porter, Ethan & Wood, Thomas J.