- “Partisanship and Political Learning: Lessons from a Training Program for Politicians,” under review.
- “Aristotle & The Good Ruler,” Philosophy Now, 2019
- "'Critical Dialogue' on Political Institutions and Practical Wisdom and Reclaiming the System" with Lisa Herzog, Perspectives on Politics, 2019.
Current courses: Summer Institute for Future Legislators
See Maxwell Cameron's full profile here
- “Cracks in the Opposition: Immigration as a Wedge Issue for the Reagan Coalition” (with Gary Miller, Camilla Schofield, and Itai Sened), American Journal of Political Science, 2011.
- “Closing the Deal: Negotiating Civil Rights Legislation” (with Gary Miller and Itai Sened), American Political Science Review, 2009.
- “The Supermajority Core of the US Senate and the Failure to Join the League of Nations,” Public Choice, 2017.
Current research projects:
- “Why Does a Majoritarian Legislature Adopt Supermajority Rules? The Cases of the US Senate in 1917 and the National Assembly of Korea in 2012”
See Gyung-Ho Jeong's full profile here
- Deliberative Choices: Debating Public Policy in Congress (2006)
- “Division at the Water’s Edge: The Polarization of Foreign Policy,” American Politics Research, 2017
- “Deliberating Surveillance Policy: Congress, the FBI, and the Abuse of National Security Letters, “ Journal of Policy History, 2016
Current Research Project: Deliberating Surveillance Policy in Congress
See Paul Quirk's full profile here
- The Economic Origins of Political Parties. Cambridge Elements in Political Economy. Cambridge University Press. 2021
- “The Electoral System, the Party System, and Accountability in Parliamentary Government.” American Political Science Review, 114 (3): 744-760. 2020
- “The Secret Ballot and the Market for Votes at 19th-Century British Elections.” Comparative Political Studies 50: 594–635. 2017
See Chris Kam's full profile here
Poli 514D. Seminar on the Politics of Policymaking in the U.S.
Dr. Richard Price’s class Professional Skills in Political Science connects our students and alumni
PhD alumna Yana Gorokhovskaia writes about Alexei Navalny’s appeal to the Russian people in The Guardian
UBC Political Science alumnus nominated for Precedent Setter 2020 Award