Dr. Philip Edward Jones
Philip Edward Jones, PhD (Harvard University 2009) joined the Department in 2009. His research focuses on democratic accountability and in particular how ordinary citizens understand and respond to their political representatives. He teaches courses on public opinion, campaigns and elections, and parties and interest groups. Professor Jones serves as director of internships in the department.
"Constituents' Responses to Congressional Roll Call Voting". With Stephen Ansolabehere. American Journal of Political Science. 54:3 (2010).
"Politicians are People Too". In 'The Future of Political Science', Gary King, Norman Nie and Kay Lehman Schlozman (eds). 2009.
With Barry C. Burden. "Strategic Voting in the United States". In 'Duverger's Law of Plurality Voting: The Logic of Party Competition in Canada, India, the United Kingdom and the United States', Bernard Grofman, Andre Blais, and Shaun Bowler (eds). 2009.