Affiliate Publications Round-Up, June 2022

June 6, 2022


Check out some recent publications, working papers, more from our CAPS affiliates:
 

DeAnza Cook
"Anti-Black Punitive Traditions in Early American Policing," in The Metropole
"Sexual Policing: A Review of The Streets Belong to Us" in The Metropole

Justin de Benedictis-Kessner
How Partisanship in Cities Influences Housing Policy

Vincent Pons 
Does Context Outweigh Individual Characteristics in Driving Voting Behavior? Evidence from Relocations within the U.S. in American Economic Review
Strict ID Laws Don't Stop Voters: Evidence from a U.S. Nationwide Panel, 2008-2018 in The Quarterly Journal of Economics
Electoral Turnovers
Small Campaign Donors

Mari Sanchez, Michele Lamont, and Shira Zilberstein
“How American college students understand social resilience and navigate towards the future during covid and the movement for racial justice” in Social Science and Medicine

Benjamin Enke
Morals as Luxury Goods and Political Polarization
Moral Universalism and the Structure of Ideology

Stan Veuger
Politics and the distribution of federal funds: Evidence from federal legislation in response to COVID-19 in The Journal of Public Economics
Economic shocks and clinging in Contemporary Economic Policy
Here are the Main Tools for Fighting Inflation in The Bulwark
Moving to Density: Half a Century of Housing Costs and Wage Premia from Queens to King Salmon

Verlan Lewis
New book, The Rise of Left and Right in American Politics (forthcoming at Oxford University Press)

James Snyder
Forthcoming article, "The Growth of Campaign Advertising in the United States, 1880–1930," in The Journal of Politics 

Dustin Tingley
Forthcoming, 'America First' Meets Liberal Internationalism In The Liberal Order Strikes Back? Donald Trump, Joe Biden, and the Future of International Politics (Columbia University Press)
Creating Climate Coalitions: Mass Preferences for Compensating Vulnerability in the World's Two Largest Democracies in American Political Science Review
Forthcoming, Regional Remediation Opportunities for a Job Driven Cleaner Environment at the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research (CEEPR)