Browsing Research and Publications - Department of Political Science by Title

Browsing Research and Publications - Department of Political Science by Title

Sort by: Order: Results:

  • Fording, Richard C.; Soss, Joe; Schram, Sanford F. (2007)
    One of welfare reform’s most significant consequences is the devolution of policy-making authority from the federal government and states to local governments and frontline workers. What is perhaps less often appreciated ...
  • Fording, Richard C.; Schram, Sanford F.; Soss, Joe (2013)
    This article examines the effect of financial sanctions for noncompliance on the earnings of TANF clients. Current research on TANF sanctioning is descriptive, and few studies estimate the effect of sanctions on client ...
  • Boese, Vanessa A.; Edgell, Amanda B.; Hellmeier, Sebastian; Maerz, Seraphine F.; Lindber, Staffan I. (2021)
    This article introduces a novel conceptualization of democratic resilience - a two-stage process where democracies avoid democratic declines altogether or avert democratic breakdown given that such autocratization is ...
  • Yates, Jeff; Fording, Richard C. (2005)
    Recent findings from the literature on imprisonment policy suggest that in addition to traditional social and economic variables, imprisonment rates are also strongly related to changes in the state political environment. ...
  • Fording, Richard C.; Soss, Joe; Schram, Sanford F. (2011)
    To illuminate how race affects the usage of punitive tools in policy implementation settings, we analyze sanctions imposed for noncompliant client behavior under welfare reform. Drawing on a model of racial classification ...
  • Berry, William D.; Fording, Richard C.; Hanson, Russell L. (2003)
    On the assumption that poor people migrate to obtain better welfare benefits, the magnet hypothesis predicts that a state’s poverty rate increases when its welfare benefit rises faster than benefits in surrounding states. ...

Search DSpace


Browse

My Account