Awards

Best Article Award:

Winner 2020: Rahsaan Maxwell, University of North Carolina. “Cosmopolitan Immigration Attitudes in Large European Cities: Contextual or Compositional Effects.” American Political Science Review.

Committee: Markus Wagner (Chair), Mariely Lopez-Santana, Tim Vlandas

 

Best Book Award:

Co-Winner 2020: Robert Braun, University of California, Berkeley. Protectors of Pluralism: Religious Minorities and the Rescue of Jews in the Low Countries during the Holocaust. Cambridge University Press.

Co-Winner 2020: Jelena Subotic, Georgia State University. Yellow Star, Red Star: Holocaust Remembrance after Communism. Cornell University Press.

Committee: Ben Ansell (Chair), Lucy Barnes, Evgeny Finkel

 

Best Paper Award:

Winner 2020: Isabela Mares, Yale University and Ahmed Ezzeldin Mohamed, Columbia University. “From Religious Violence to Political Compromise: The Historical Origins of Institutional Trust.”

Honorable Mention: Albana Shehaj, Harvard University. “Backsliding in a Landslide: How EU’s Fiscal Distributions Empower Corrupt Governments”

Committee: Brian Burgoon (Chair), Charlotte Cavaille, Alex Kuo

 

Ernst B. Haas Dissertation Award:

Winner 2020: Mayaan Mor, University of Wisconsin. “Rethinking the Origins of Electoral Cleavages: How States Create Cleavages Through Policies.”

Honorable Mention: Tommaso Pavone, Princeton University. “The Ghostwriters: Lawyers and the Politics Behind the Judicial Construction of Europe.”

Committee: Christoffer Green-Pedersen (Chair), Claire Dupuy, Jennifer Fitzgerald

 

Past Winners:

Ernst B. Haas Dissertation Award:

2019 Andreas Wiedemann. “Indebted Societies: Modern Labor Markets, Social Policy, and Everyday Borrowing”

Honorable Mention:

Martijn Mos: “Normative Ties That Bind? Contesting National and SexualMinority Rights in a Post-Enlargement Europe”

Elsa Massoc. “Banking on States? The Divergent Trajectories of European  Finance after the Crisis”

 

Best Book Award:

2019 Jennifer Fitzgerald. Close to Home: Local Ties and Voting Radical Right in Europe. Cambridge UP.

Honorable Mention:

Zsofia Barta, In the Red: The Politics of Public Debt Accumulation in Developed Countries. University of Michigan Press

 

Best Article Award:

2019 Melissa Carlson, Laura Jakli, Katerina Linos. “Rumors and Refugees: How Government-Created Information Vacuums Undermine Effective Crisis Management”International Studies Quarterly.

Honorable Mention:

Paul Castañeda Dower, Evgeny Finkel, Scott Gelbach, Steven Nafziger. Collective Action and Representation in Autocracies: Evidence from Russia’s Great Reforms. ”American Political Science Review

 

Best Paper Award:

2019 Jane Gingrich and Julia Lynch. Integrative Institutions and Mainstream Party Collapse: The Regional Context”