Date posted: April 5th, 2016
Professor Joseph White was featured in the recent WalletHub article “2016’s Best and Worst States for Doctors.” He addresses contemporary issues faced by people going into the medical industry, how state and local policies influence medical professionals, and the Affordable Care Act’s influence on physicians, among other topics. …Read more.
Date posted: March 27th, 2015
Association Professor, Elliot Posner, was among the list of 2015 ACES Advanced Opportunity Award winners. According to the Daily, “ADVANCE Opportunity grants are competitive annual awards selected by the Opportunity Grant Oversight Committee, who reviewed a total of 36 proposals in 2015. …Read more.
Date posted: January 26th, 2015
What drives ordinary citizens to corruption?
Neither greed nor personal gain, necessarily, but desperation, concludes Kelly McMann, a political scientist in the College of Arts and Sciences and author of the recently released book, Corruption as a Last Resort: Adapting to the Market in Central Asia (Cornell University Press, 2014).
Date posted: December 22nd, 2014
Kathryn Lavelle, the Ellen and Dixon Long Professor of World Affairs, was appointed as a Wilson Center Global Fellow in the Global Europe Program of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
Date posted: November 18th, 2014
The United States has a new plan to further reduce the amount of carbon pumped into the atmosphere, and this one has the Chinese saying they’ll try to pollute less, too, starting in 2030. Tomorrow morning at 9 on the Sound of Ideas, our local experts will talk about the U.S.-China climate accord, what it means here and abroad for the prospects of renewable energy and the coal industry.
Date posted: August 1st, 2014
This award is presented annually to a distinguished scholar in the field of public budgeting and financial management in honor of the lifetime accomplishments of Aaron Wildavsky.
Date posted: April 5th, 2013
Dr. Beckwith has made outstanding contributions to scholarship in a range of areas including social movements, mass political participation, parties and elections, women and politics, and comparative politics.
Date posted: December 20th, 2012
As the financial crisis of 2008 led to foreclosures, job losses and shrinking retirement funds, political scientists and economists argued over whom to blame. Noticing how even the experts disagreed prompted Case Western Reserve University political scientist Kathryn Lavelle to write a new primer, Money and Banks in the American Political System (Cambridge University Press), that explains how politics and the U.S. financial system interact.
Date posted: February 27th, 2012
Karen Beckwith, the Flora Stone Mather Professor in the Department of Political Science, won the 2011 Carrie Chapman Catt Prize for Research on Women and Politics. Her project, “Gender and Cabinet Recruitment: Pace and Profile in Gendering Government,” focuses on women’s access to cabinet positions in West Europe and North America and involves an international research group of scholars in Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Date posted: February 7th, 2012
Long before the epicenter of the financial crisis shifted to the European Union (EU), Case Western Reserve University political scientist Elliot Posner had been studying the region’s financial arrangements and their international effects. This year, as an EU Affairs Fulbright Research Scholar, Posner is using his previous work to understand EU, transatlantic and international responses to the crisis—and efforts to prevent another one.
Date posted: November 10th, 2011
Professor Kathryn C. Lavelle’s new book, Legislating International Organization: The US Congress, the IMF, and the World Bank, has just been published by Oxford University Press
Date posted: November 10th, 2011
ABC asked Case Western Reserve University Political Scientist Justin Buchler, a redistricting expert, to decode the news.