Regulatory Intermediaries in the Age of Governance

Regulation is often viewed as a two-party relationship between a regulator (R) and the target (T) of its regulation. This volume purposes regulation as a three-party system, where diverse [...]

Elections in America

This issue of ANNALS offers a sampling of current scholarly work from many of the nation’s leading political scientists on party politics, campaigns, voting behavior, and electoral [...]

Undocumented Migration in a Global Economy

This volume illustrates that the laws, political narratives, and institutional social structures related to global migration in the early twenty-first century similarly affect the lives of [...]

Living in a High-Inequality Regime

Economic inequality in America is significant and has increased astonishingly since the 1970s—these facts are well documented. Less understood, however, is whether rising inequality matters to [...]