Recently Funded Projects

2014-15 Grant Recipients

"NGOs and Citizen Development Expectations," Jeremy Springman, Ph.D. student in Political Science

"Monetary Policy Preferences in Argentina," Julia Gray, Assistant Professor in Political Science, and Michaël Aklin, Postdoctoral Fellow, Christopher H. Browne Center

"The Power to Influence: Firm Responsiveness to Stkeholder Networks across Countries,"  Witold J. Henisz, The Wharton School

 

2013-14 Grant Recipients

"From Punishment to Markets: Social Movements, the State, and Legal Marijuana in Uruguay," Guzman Castro, Ph.D. candidate in Political Science

"Dead Bodies on the Move: Repatriation, Burial, and the Politics of Belonging amongst the Turkish Community of Berlin," Osman Balkan, Ph.D. candidate in Political Science. Presentation at the 2014 Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism annual conference, London School of Economics

"Legal Pluralism and Group Rights: States and the Devolution of Judicial Power," Emma Hayward, Ph.D. candidate in Political Science. Presentation at the 2014 Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, Minneapolis

“Did it Make the News? Measuring the Determinants of Terrorism Media Publicity,” Krishan Malhotra, Ph.D. candidate in Political Science. Presentation at the 2014 International Studies Association Annual Convention, Toronto, Canada