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busbyj2 #MPSA2015 panel on Tana Johnson's book on intergovernmental organizations, a model of mixed methods work www.organizationalprogeny.com/
Apr 14, 2015
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JeremiSuri My most recent post on the "personal is political" and contemporary politics. fb.me/3GqvyXhG6
kateweaverUT @DanTGilbert @cblatts how does this align with data on actual hiring results? Is there a way to test with more direct observation?
  • Apr 9, 2015 Josh Busby

    I’ve wrote a post today with Bethany Albertson for The Monkey Cage. The post reports the findings from a recent article we wrote for the relatively new academic journal Research and Politics. The article includes a survey experiment we conducted to assess what messages, if any,…