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Public Policy
Tracking Campus Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic
Christopher Marsicano, Kathleen Felten, Luis Toledo, Madeline Buitendorp
American higher education institutions rapidly responded to the COVID-19 global pandemic. Between March 1st and April 4th, over 1,400 colleges and universities closed their doors and transitioned to online instruction. This paper uses a novel dataset and draws upon theories of institutional isomorphism to descriptively examine the trends in how higher education institutions responded to the Coronavirus pandemic
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Political Science Education and the Profession
Gender, Parenting, and Scholarly Productivity during the Global Pandemic
Marijke Breuning, Christina Fattore, Jennifer Ramos, Jamie Scalera
The open-ended responses suggest the pandemic may widen the gender and parent productivity gaps. Although further analysis is needed to better understand the effect of the pandemic on scholarly productivity, we conclude that the pandemic
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Public Law and Courts
Public Support for the Judicial Branches under the COVID-19 Pandemic
Sohei Shigemura, Tatsuya Iseki, Shun Ikeda, Hideo Ishima
While facing the COVID-19 pandemic, governments may overly restrict their citizens' rights. This study examined whether voters would support a court's ruling if the court decided that the government's restriction of their rights was illegal. Supposing that voters faced with the risk of a pandemic will support a government with the resources to prevent a pandemic
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American Government and Politics
Pandemic Politics: Timing State-Level Social Distancing Responses to COVID-19
Christopher Adolph, Kenya Amano, Bree Bang-Jensen, Nancy Fullman, John Wilkerson
Where the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic were concerned, Republicans had fewer incentives to act quickly thanDemocrats. First, 13 pandemic politics · Adolph, Amano, Bang-Jensen, Fullman & Wilkerson partisans of any stripe tend to minimize failures by their own party leaders and exag- gerate failures by the opposing party.(34; 35; 36; 37) As a result, Republican voters took COVID-19 less seriously in the early stages of the US pandemic
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Comparative Politics
Pandemics and Political Development: The Electoral Legacy of the Black Death in Germany
Daniel Gingerich, Jan Vogler
Do pandemics have lasting consequences for political behavior? We examine the consequences of the most deadly pandemic in recorded history: the Black Death (1347-1351). Our claim is that pandemics
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Comparative Politics
Political Regimes and Deaths in the Early Stages of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Gabriel Cepaluni, Michael Dorsch, Réka Branyiczki
The results imply that democratic political institutions may have a disadvantage in responding quickly to pandemics
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American Government and Politics
Donald Trump and the Parties: Impeachment, Pandemic, Protest, and Electoral Politics in 2020
Gary Jacobson
Evaluations of his handling of coronavirus pandemic itself were also highly polarized, although initially less so than his overall approval ratings. By May the two ratings had converged among Democrats and all respondents, as is evident from the data in Figure 6, which show the averages of approval and disapproval of Trump’s dealings with the pandemic and his overall approval ratings in the same set of polls over two-week intervals from February through late August 2020.21 In February Trump enjoyed net positive ratings on the pandemic
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Comparative Politics
The Truth and Myth of the Advantages of Authoritarian Countries to COVID-19
Susumu Annaka
The result implies that authoritarian states can strengthen citizens' support for their government through the COVID-19 pandemic
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American Government and Politics
Still Not Important Enough? COVID-19 Policy Views and Vote Choice
Eric Guntermann, Gabriel Lenz
The coronavirus pandemic provides a compelling test of this proposition. The COVID-19 pandemic
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Public Policy
Covid-19 and Socioeconomic Crises in Africa: Overview of the Prevailing Incidents
Fisayo Fagbemi, Simplice Asongu
While it is of common knowledge that the damage caused by the pandemic
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