Politics Graduate Student Research Poster Session
Location:Wallace Hall, Room 300
Department:Center for the Study of Democratic Politics
Audience:Restricted to Princeton University
Sponsored by the Department of Politics, Center for the Study of Democratic Politics (CSDP), and Program for Quantitative and Analytical Political Science (Q-APS)
Quinn M. Albaugh and Harris Doshay: “The Better Angels of Our Nature” Reconsidered: A Finite Mixture Modelling Approach for Dual-Process Theories of Anti-Immigrant
Meir Alkon and Erik H. Wang: Pollution and Regime Support: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Beijing
Clark Bernier: Performance and Structure of Hierarchy in Organizations
John M. Chambers and Karis Yi: Leaders in Political Rhetoric: Media vs. Government
Munji Choi and Alexandra Mayorga: When do we want revenge?
Denis Cohen and Naoki Egami: Heterogeneity in Coalition-Directed Voting. How Extreme Voters Shape the Vote Calculus in Multiparty Democracies
Rebecca Johnson: Monetizing Disability: Do State-level Fiscal Incentives Shape Child Placement into Special Education?
Korhan Kocak, Daniel Tavana, Killian Clarke: Mechanisms of Diffusion in the Arab Spring
Asya Magazinnik and Sepehr Shahshahani: Strategic Abstention, Missing Data, and Ideal Point Estimation
Rachael McLellan and Sondre U. Solstad: The Politics of Ethnic Inequality: The Long-Term Impacts of Artificial Borders and Initial Soil Inequality
Andrew Proctor and Tanika Raychaudhuri: Post-Racial America: Support for Racial Policies and the Absence
of Group Specific Theories?
Patrick Signoret and Cassandra Emmons: Crime Victimization, Political Participation, and Political Attitudes
Diana Stanescu and Audrye Wong: Chinese Aid and Civil Conflict in Africa
Hannah Waight: Informal Finance and Kinship Networks in Rural China