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Archived News -2010

  • 08/27/10 http://bit.ly/11HR7Kh - The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Welcomes New Colleagues 
  • 08/27/10 http://bit.ly/10a7oqd - The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Recaps Inaugural year of activity at CSDI
  • 03/11/10 http://bit.ly/Ytkt2u - Renowned journalists offer behind-the-scenes perspective on 2008 presidential election (news.vanderbilt.edu) "We are delighted that two of the most highly respected journalists in D.C. can join us to share their insights on the 2008 presidential election and its significance for the mid-term races," said [JohnGeer, who co-directs the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions with Vanderbilt political scientists Josh Clinton and David Lewis.
  • Thomas E. Mann headlined the official launch of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions on October 28 with his talk, "The 2010 Midterm Elections: Driving Forces, Likely Outcomes, Possible Consequences."

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08/28/15- CSDI lunch seminar-Gerald Wright, Indiana University, CSDI Senior Visiting Professor

9/4/15-No seminar -APSA

9/11/15 CSDI lunch seminar -new visitor


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Latest Research

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6/30/15 CSDI Working Paper 2015-2 titled "Controlling Agency Choke Points: Presidents and Regulatory Personnel Turnover" has been released. The paper is authored by Kathleen M. Doherty, David E. Lewis and Scott Limbocker.

4/1/15 CSDI Working Paper 2015-1 titled"Incorporating Legislative Effectiveness into Nonmarket Strategy: The Case of Financial Services Reform and the Great Recession"has been released. The paper is authored by Craig Volden and CSDI Affiliate Alan E. Wiseman.

12/19/14 CSDI Working Paper 2014-7 titled ''Spatial Models of Legislative Effectiveness''has been released. The paper is authored by Matthew P. HittCraig Volden, and CSDI Affiliate Alan E. Wiseman.

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Media Spotlight

NPR -6-24-15- CSDI affiliate Bruce Oppenheimer speaks to NPR's Audie Cornish about the changing demographics and politics of the South after the Charleston S.C., shooting.

NYT -6/22/15- Paul Krugman assesses the role of race in contemporary American politics and policy-making, drawing in part on research by Larry Bartels examining political shifts in the white working class (Quarterly Journal of Political Science 2006, 1: 201-226) .

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