Associate Professor of Political Science, Case Western Reserve University

Justin Buchler studies elections, political parties, Congress, and concepts of democracy. He is the author of Incremental Polarization: A Unified Spatial Theory of Legislative Elections, Parties and Roll Call Voting (Oxford University Press 2018), Hiring & Firing Public Officials: Rethinking the Purpose of Elections (Oxford University Press 2011), and numerous articles, including “The Social Sub-optimality of Competitive Elections,” in Public Choice, which won the Gordon Tullock Prize for 2007.

Professor Buchler currently blogs at intenureveritas.blogspot.com

Experience

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    Associate Professor of Political Science, Case Western Reserve University