Research

 

 

Zoltan Hajnal and Jessica Trounstine, Race and Class Inequalities in Local Politics, (APSA Task Force on Racial and Class Inequalities in the Americas, 2016)

 

Jessica Trounstine, Segregation and Inequality in Public Goods, (American Journal of Political Science, 2016)

 

Melody Crowder-Meyer, Shana Kushner Gadarian, and Jessica Trounstine, Electoral institutions, gender stereotypes, and women’s representation, (Parties, Groups, and Identities, 2015)

 

Jessica Trounstine, The Privatization of Public Services in American Cities (Social Science History, forthcoming)

 

Zoltan Hajnal and Jessica Trounstine, Identifying and Understanding Perceived Inequities in Local Political Outcomes, (Political Research Quarterly, 2014)

 

Zoltan Hajnal and Jessica Trounstine, What Underlies Urban Politics: Race, Class, Ideology, Partisanship and the Urban Vote, (Urban Affairs Review, 2014)

 

Jessica Trounstine, Turnout and Incumbency in Local Elections (Urban Affairs Review, 2013)

 

Jacob Rugh and Jessica Trounstine, The Provision of Local Public Goods in Diverse Communities, (Journal of Politics, 2011), click here for online appendix, click here for replication files

 

Jessica Trounstine, Evidence of a Local Incumbency Advantage (Legislative Studies Quarterly, 2011)

 

Zoltan Hajnal and Jessica Trounstine, Who or What Governs?:The Effects of Economics, Politics, Institutions, and Needs on Local Spending, (American Politics Research, August, 2010)

 

Jessica Trounstine, All Politics is Local: The Reemergence of the Study of City Politics (Perspectives on Politics, 2009)

 

Jessica Trounstine, Political Monopolies in American Cities: The Rise and Fall of Bosses and Reformers (University of Chicago Press, 2008), Sample chapters

 

Jessica Trounstine and Melody Ellis Valdini, The Context Matters: The Effects of Single Member vs. Multimember Districts on City Council Diversity, (American Journal of Political Science, 2008)

 

Jessica Trounstine, Dominant Regimes and the Demise of Urban Democracy (Journal of Politics, November 2006)

 

Zoltan Hajnal and Jessica Trounstine, Where Turnout Matters: The Consequences of Uneven Turnout in City Politics, (Journal of Politics, May 2005)

 

 

Coming Soon in Print to a Journal Near You (hopefully)!

 

Complex Interactions: Candidate Race, Sex, Electoral Institutions, and Voter Choice, with Melody Crowder-Meyer, Shana Kushner Gadarian, and Kau Vue

Local Implementation of State and Federal Election Law, with Anna Bassi and Rebecca Morton

Delegating Disenfranchisement Decisions, with Anna Bassi and Rebecca Morton

 

 

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