Nicholas G. Napolio

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Peer-Reviewed Publications

Napolio, Nicholas G., and Jordan Carr Peterson. "Their Boot in Our Face No Longer? Administrative Sectionalism and Resistance to Federal Authority in the U.S. South." State Politics & Policy Quarterly. DOI: 10.1177/1532440018803960 . (replication files)
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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).

 

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