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Eitan Hersh
“Hacking the Electorate: How Campaigns Perceive Voters,” a new book by Yale political scientist Eitan D. Hersh, examines how political campaigns use data to target voters....
Yale University’s Department of Political Science announces its 8th department APSA award. Teresa Bejan, has been awarded the 2015 Leo Strauss award for the best...
Professor Frances Rosenbluth has won the American Political Science Association’s 2015 Heinz Eulau Award, awarded annually for the best article published in the...
Five of Yale University’s Department of Political Science professors have won a total of seven American Political Science Association awards this year.  Congratulations...
Tariq Thachil’s book, Elite Parties, Poor Voters (Cambridge, 2014) has received its second American Political Science Association award, the 2015 Leon Epstein Award for...
James C. Scott:  Seeing Like A State
James Scott has been awarded two APSA prizes this year for his 1999 book Seeing Like A State.  The 2015 Aaron Wildavsky Award, given by the Public Policy section of the...
Eitan Hersh’s new book, Hacking the Electorate: How Campaigns Perceive Voters, has been published and is now available. Hacking the Electorate is the most comprehensive...

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