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|Wlezien, Christopher||Government||Public opinion Public policy Political institutions Elections Research methods|
|Weyland, Kurt||Government; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||democratization, waves of regime change in Latin America and Europe; market reform, social policy and policy diffusion, populism in Latin America Professor Weyland's research interests focus on …|
|Werner, Timothy||Business Honors; Department of Business, Government, and Society; Government||Business and politics; corporate social responsibility; corporate governance; lobbying; campaign contributions; social movements; interest groups; political economy|
|Wellhausen, Rachel||Business Honors; Government; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies||International political economy, Foreign direct investment and dispute arbitration, Native American economic development|
|Tulis, Jeffrey||Government||American political development; the presidency; constitutional theory; political philosophy; presidential rhetoric; constitutional interpretation; the logic of political change; the meaning of …|
|Theriault, Sean||Government||American politics; the U.S. Congress, American political development; political history; party polarization in the U.S. Congress; presidential rhetoric; congressional careers; the Louisiana Purchase; …|
|Stauffer, Devin||Government||Classical and early modern political thought; the origins of liberalism; the theoretical foundations of modernity; the divide between ancient and modern political thought|
|Sparrow, Bartholomew||Government||Professor Sparrow studies American political development and the conjunction between the American state and the international system. He researches American territorial policies from the 18th to the …|
|Somer Topcu, Zeynep||Government||Comparative political parties, elections, representation, voter behavior|