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To Emerge? Breadwinning, Motherhood, and Women’s Decisions to Run for Office
To Emerge? Breadwinning, Motherhood, and Women’s Decisions to Run for Office

Abstract: Women’s underrepresentation in American politics is often attributed to relatively low levels of political ambition. Yet scholarship still grapples with a major leak in the pipeline to power: that many qualified and politically ambit [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0003055420000970
Type: Journal Articles
Toward a Comparative Measure of Climate Policy Output
Toward a Comparative Measure of Climate Policy Output

Abstract: Comparative policy studies face a number of methodological challenges where conceptualization of the object of comparison—policy output—is the most fundamental. On the basis of three common approaches of the study of policy outpu [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/psj.12095
Type: Journal Articles
Tracing Process to Performance of Collaborative Governance: A Comparative Case Study of Federal Hydropower Licensing
Tracing Process to Performance of Collaborative Governance: A Comparative Case Study of Federal Hydropower Licensing

Abstract: Despite collaborative governance's popularity, whether collaboration improves policy performance remains uncertain. This study assesses the link between collaborative decision making and licensed environmental management protocols in [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/psj.12096
Type: Journal Articles
War, Memory, and National Identity in the Hebrew Bible
War, Memory, and National Identity in the Hebrew Bible

Description: The Hebrew Bible is permeated with depictions of military conflicts that have profoundly shaped the way many think about war. Why does war occupy so much space in the Bible? In this book, Jacob Wright offers a fresh and fascinatin [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108691512
Type: Books
Winning Hearts and Minds in Civil Wars: Governance, Leadership Change, and Support for Violent Groups in Iraq
Winning Hearts and Minds in Civil Wars: Governance, Leadership Change, and Support for Violent Groups in Iraq

Abstract: The “hearts and minds” model of combating rebellions holds that civilians are less likely to support violent opposition groups if the government provides public services and security. Building on this model, we argue that a political [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/ajps.12527
Type: Journal Articles