Nicholas G. Napolio

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Peer-Reviewed Publications

Napolio, Nicholas G., and Jordan Carr Peterson. 2019. "Their Boot in Our Face No Longer? Administrative Sectionalism and Resistance to Federal Authority in the U.S. South." State Politics & Policy Quarterly 19(1): 101-122 . (replication files)
- Covered by E&E News.

Barreto, Amílcar Antonio, and Nicholas G. Napolio. 2018. “Bifurcating American National Identity: Partisanship, Sexual Orientation, and the 2016 Presidential Elections.” Politics, Groups, and Identities. DOI: 10.1080/21565503.2018.1442727.

 

Working Papers

“Does Party Control Change Revealed Legislator Preference? The Causality of Senator Casualty in a Quasi-Experiment during the 83rd Senate," (with Christian R. Grose).

“Implementing Particularism: Bureaucracy and the Distribution of Federal Grants."

“The Politics of Legislature Size: Structures of State Legislatures as Venues for Party Competition, 1900-2006," (with Jordan Carr Peterson).

Public Writing

In the South, it's not just state politicians who work against federal policies. It's the bureaucrats too." (with Jordan Carr Peterson). LSE United States American Politics and Policy Blog. February 8, 2019.

Partisanship Drives State Agencies' Resistance to Federal Regulation," (with Jordan Carr Peterson). The Regulatory Review. May 7, 2018.

 

Photo: U.S. Embassy in Burundi. EYP Architecture & Engineering. Photographed by Perkins and Will (2012).