Christopher W. Larimer

University of Northern Iowa
Political Science

Department of Political Science
University of Northern Iowa, 349 Sabin Hall
Cedar Falls, IA
USA
50614-0404
christopher.larimer@uni.edu

Search Google Scholar
Search for Google Scholar Profile
Larimer_2014_head_shot_smaller_file

My current research agenda includes state politics, voter mobilization and field experiments, and public policy theory.

Citation:
Whitaker, Eric A., Mitch N. Herian, Christopher W. Larimer, and Michael Lang. 2012. “Legislative Bills and Ballot Initiatives: Raising the Minimum Wage in the American States, 1997-2006.” Policy Studies Journal 40 (4).
Citation:
Gerber, Alan S., Donald P. Green, and Christopher W. Larimer. 2010. "An Experiment Testing the Relative Effectiveness of Encouraging Voter Participation by Appealing to Feelings of Pride or Shame." Political Behavior 32:409-22.
Citation:
Larimer, Christopher W. 2015. Gubernatorial Stability in Iowa: A Stranglehold on Power. New York: Palgrave Press.
URL: http://www.palgrave.com/page/detail/gubernatorial-stability-in-iowa-christopher-w-larimer/?sf1=barcode&st1=9781137528124
Citation:
Frederickson, H. George, Kevin B. Smith, Christopher W. Larimer, and Michael J. Licari. 2015. The Public Administration Theory Primer, 3rd edition. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
URL: https://westviewpress.com/books/the-public-administration-theory-primer-third-edition/
Citation:
Panagopoulos, Costas, Christopher W. Larimer, and Meghan Condon. 2014. “Social Pressure, Descriptive Norms, and Voter Mobilization.” Political Behavior 36(2): 451-69.
Citation:
Smith, Kevin B., and Christopher W. Larimer. 2013. The Public Policy Theory Primer, 2nd edition. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Substantive Focus:
Governance PRIMARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Process Theory SECONDARY
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation
Public Opinion PRIMARY

Keywords

EXPERIMENTAL METHODOLOGY PUBLIC POLICY THEORY IOWA POLITICS