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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...
Adria Lawrence has just been awarded the 2015 J. David Greenstone Book Prize of the Politics and History section of APSA for her book “Imperial Rule and the Politics of...
Human-generated greenhouse gas emissions imperil a global resource: a biosphere capable of supporting life as we know it. What is the fair way to share this scarce resource...
Vesla Weaver, Assistant Professor Political Science and African American Studies, Yale University, has just won the 2014 Best Book in Urban Politics award given by APSA, for...
Tariq Thachil has won this year’s Gregory Luebbert prize for the best book in comparative politics, for his 2014 book “Elite Parties, Poor Voters: How Social Services...

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