Current Book Project
Who Speaks for the Poor?
Electoral Geography and the Political Representation of Low-Income and Working-Class Citizens
Prospectus and Project Outline
Related Working Papers:
Electoral Geography and Redistributive Politics
Electoral Geography, Strategic Mobilization, and Implications for Voter Turnout
Related Dissertation Research:
The Political Representation of the Poor
This research received the American Political Science Association's Harold D. Lasswell Award for the Best Dissertation in the Field of Public Policy, 2010.
Other Work in Progress
- On the Political Economy of Immigration.
- On the Political Economy of Social Spending.
- On American Social Assistance Programs.
- with Kate Weisshaar. ``Measuring Poverty Relief.''
- with Diana Dakhlallah. ``California's Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) Cash Assistance Program: Who Benefits?'' (Policy Brief)
- The Comparative Politics of Prison Reform. (Data collection for next book project).