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Exit Strategy: Career Concerns and Revolving Doors in Congress By Michael E. Shepherd, Vanderbilt University and Hye Young You, New York University Although the majority of research on revolving-door lobbyists centers on the influence they [...]
In the Mood for Democracy? Democratic Support as Thermostatic Opinion By Christopher Claassen, University of Glasgow Public support has long been thought crucial for the vitality and survival of democracy. Existing research has argued that [...]
How Saudi Crackdowns Fail to Silence Online Dissent By Jennifer Pan, Stanford University and Alexandra A. Siegel, Stanford University Saudi Arabia has imprisoned and tortured activists, religious leaders, and journalists for voicing dissent online. This [...]
Strategic Legislative Subsidies: Informational Lobbying and the Cost of Policy By Christopher J. Ellis, University of Oregon and Thomas Groll, Columbia University We analyze the strategic considerations inherent in legislative subsidies and develop an informational [...]