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Chloe Thurston
Chloe Thurston
Associate Professor of Political Science, Northwestern University
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At the boundaries of homeownership: Credit, discrimination, and the American state
CN Thurston
Cambridge University Press, 2018
1022018
From metaphors to measures: observable indicators of gradual institutional change
P Rocco, C Thurston
Journal of Public Policy 34 (1), 35-62, 2014
972014
From the margins to the center: A bottom-up approach to welfare state scholarship
J Michener, M SoRelle, C Thurston
Perspectives on Politics 20 (1), 154-169, 2022
482022
Black Lives Matter, American political development, and the politics of visibility
CN Thurston
Politics, Groups, and Identities 6 (1), 162-170, 2018
352018
Policy Feedback in the Public–Private Welfare State: Advocacy Groups and Access to Government Homeownership Programs, 1934–1954
CN Thurston
Studies in American Political Development 29 (2), 250-267, 2015
35*2015
The Democrats’ misplaced faith in policy feedback
DJ Galvin, CN Thurston
The Forum 15 (2), 333-343, 2017
282017
From Personal to Partisan: Abortion, Party, and Religion Among California State Legislators
D Karol, CN Thurston
Studies in American Political Development 31, 149-69, 2020
172020
American political development in the era of black lives matter
D Thompson, C Thurston
Politics, Groups, and Identities 6 (1), 116-119, 2018
92018
Hidden fees? The hidden state framework and the reform prospects for systems of monetary sanctions
C Thurston
UCLA Criminal Justice Law Review 4 (1), 2020
82020
Racial inequality, market inequality, and the American political economy
C Thurston
The American Political Economy: Politics, Markets, and Power 133, 2021
62021
The Limits of Policy Feedback as a Party-Building Tool
D Galvin, C Thurston
American Political Development and the Trump Presidency, 28-39, 2020
32020
Race and historical political economy
D Bateman, JM Grumbach, C Thurston
22022
Remote work preferences of American employees: evidence from conjoint survey experiment.
B Woźniak-Jęchorek, AS d’Urso, CN Thurston
22022
Credit and Citizenship in the United States
C Thurston
annual meeting of the Social Science History Association, Baltimore, 2015
22015
Pushing the Boundaries: Citizens Groups and the Expansion of Access to Homeownership in the United States
C Thurston
PhD dissertation. Berkeley: University of California, 2013
22013
How Should We Govern Housing Markets in a Moral Political Economy?
C Thurston
Dædalus 152 (1), 194-197, 2023
12023
From metaphors to measures: observable indicators of gradual institutional change–CORRIGENDUM
P Rocco, C Thurston
Journal of Public Policy 34 (2), 355-355, 2014
12014
American Political Development as a Problem-Driven Enterprise
DJ Galvin, CN Thurston
Studies in American Political Development 36 (2), 156-158, 2022
2022
American Bonds: How Credit Markets Shaped a Nation by Sarah L. Quinn Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2019
C Thurston
The British Journal of Sociology 72 (5), 1497-1498, 2021
2021
America’s Voucher Politics: How Elites Learned to Hide the State. By Ursula Hackett. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2020. 304p. $99.99 cloth.
CN Thurston
Perspectives on Politics 19 (2), 631-632, 2021
2021
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