Awards

Best Article Award:

Committee 2021 : Sergi Pardos-Prado  (University of Glasgow), Alexandra Cirone (Cornell), Tarik Abou-Chadi (University of Zurich).

Winner 2021: Nan Zhang (Max Planck) and Melissa Lee (Princeton University). “Literacy and State–Society Interactions in Nineteenth-Century France.” American Journal of Political Science. 64(6) 1001–1016.

Honorable Mention 2021: Francesc Amat (University of Barcelona, IPERG-UB) , Carles Boix (Princeton University, IPERG-UB), Jordi Muñoz (University of Barcelona, IPERG-UB), Toni Rodon (Universitat Pompeu Fabra). “From Political Mobilization to Electoral Participation: Turnout in Barcelona in the 1930s.” Journal of Politics. 82(4). 1559-1573.

Best Book Award:

Committee 2021 : Chris Way (Cornell), Darius Ornston (University of Toronto), Aina Gallego (IBEI).

Winner 2021: Isabela Mares (Yale University) and Lauren Young (University of California, Davis).Conditionality and Coercion: Electoral Clientelism in Eastern Europe. Cambridge University Press.

Honorable Mention 2021: Stefanie Walter (University of Zurich), Nils Redeker (University of Zurich), Ari Ray (European University Institute).The Politics of Bad Options: Why the Eurozone’s Problems Have Been So Hard to Resolve. Oxford University Press.

Best Paper Award:

Committee 2021 : Jonathan Polk  (University of Gothenburg), Daphne Halikiopoulou (University of Reading), Jeremy Ferwerda (Dartmouth College).

Co-Winner 2021: Donghyun Danny Choi (University of Pittsburgh), Mathias Poertner (Texas A&M), and Nicholas Sambanis (University of Pennsylvania). “The Hijab Penalty: Feminist Backlash to Muslim Immigrants.”

Co-Winner 2021: Gemma Dipoppa (University of Pennsylvania. “How Criminal Organizations Expand to Strong States: Migrant Exploitation and Political Brokerage in Northern Italy.”

Ernst B. Haas Dissertation Award:

Committee 2021 : Seth Jolly  (Syracuse), Alison Johnston (Oregon State), Andreas Wiedemann (Princeton).

Winner 2021: Laura Jakli (University of California, Berkeley). “Estimating Extremism: New Measures of Extreme Party Preferences and Issue Positions,”

Honorable Mention 2021: Diane Bolet (London School of Economics). “All Politics is Local”: How Local Context Explains Radical Right Voting.”

Honorable Mention 2021: Jan K. Vogler (University of Virginia). “The Political Economy of Public Bureaucracy:The Emergence of Modern Administrative Organizations.”

 

Past Winners:

Ernst B. Haas Dissertation Award:

2020 Maayan Mor. “Rethinking the Origins of Electoral Cleavages: How States Create Cleavages Through Policies?

Honorable Mention:

Tommaso Pavone. “The Ghostwriters: Lawyers and the Politics Behind the Judicial Construction of Europe”

Best Book Award:

2020 Robert Braun. Protectors of Pluralism: Religious Minorities and the Rescue of Jews in the Low Countries during the Holocaust. Cambridge University Press.

Jelena Subotic. Yellow Star, Red Star: Holocaust Remembrance after Communism. Cornell University Press.

Best Article Award:

2020 Rahsaan Maxwell. “Cosmopolitan Immigration Attitudes in Large European Cities: Contextual or Compositional Effects” American Political Science Review.

Best Paper Award:

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

Honorable Mention:

Albana Shehaj. “Backsliding in a Landslide: How EU’s Fiscal Distributions Empower Corrupt Governments.”