With my advisor, Suzanne Mettler, I recently presented a paper-in-progress, titled “Political Dysfunction and Public Policy,” at the annual SSRC Anxieties of Democracy Working Group on Institutions conference at Princeton University, sponsored by Princeton’s Department of Politics Center for the Study of Democratic Politics. The conference was held from 27-28 October in Princeton, NJ.
I presented a paper-in-progress, titled “The Consequences of Connectivity: How Networks Help Interest Groups Survive,” as part of the Tracking Who Lobbies panel at the Midwest Political Science Association’s 2015 annual conference. I am working on this paper with Dino P. Christenson and Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier. [ppt]
I presented a paper-in-progress, titled “Adverse Selection and the Affordable Care Act: Testing the Implications of the Roberts Opinion,” as part of the Health Politics and Policy panel at the Midwest Political Science Association’s 2014 annual conference. [ppt]