Professor Tali Mendelberg whose paper "Do Women Deliberate with a Distinctive Voice? How Decision Rules and Group Gender Composition Affect the Content of Deliberation" had already been selected for honors by the committee for the Lazarsfeld Best Paper Award from the APSA Political Communication Section, has now received more recognition. Her paper has now been selected for a Best Paper award from the APSA Political Psychology section. Tali's co-author on this p
How did Hungary move from being "a model pupil of the West" to risking being the first EU member state to be sanctioned for violating ‘shared European values’ in less than a decade?
Jan-Werner Mueller explains in an essay on politics in Hungary published in the London Review of Books, at http://www.lrb.co.uk/v34/n12/jan-werner-muller/longing-for-greater-hungary
Politics professor Leonard Wantchekon is working toward establishing the new African School of Economics in Benin, Africa. See the new Facebook page for the recent event at the World Bank in Washington, DC: https://www.facebook.com/pages/African-School-of-Economics/168104609871313 and choose "LIKE IT"!
Professor Carles Boix , Princeton University's Robert Garrett Professor in Politics, Professor of Politics and Public Affairs, has been selected to receive the “2012 Journalism Award” from Fundació Catalunya Oberta for his op-eds defending "an open society, and liberal values": http://bit.ly/KlHjf3
Professor Tali Mendelberg has been selected for honors by the committee for the Lazarsfeld Best Paper Award from the APSA Political Communication Section for her paper, "Do Women Deliberate with a Distinctive Voice? How Decision Rules and Group Gender Composition Affect the Content of Deliberation." This award goes to the best paper on political communication presented at the previous APSA meeting. Tali will receive the award at the APSA meeting in New Orleans at