Gaikwad paper wins prizes

April 18, 2018

Congratulations to Nikhar Gaikwad, whose paper "Culture, Capital, and the Gender Gap in Political Economy Preferences: Evidence from Meghalaya's Matrilineal Tribes" (co-authored with Rachel Brulé), was awarded two research prizes at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference.

The paper won the Kellogg/Notre Dame Award for best paper in comparative politics as well as the Pi Sigma Alpha Award for best paper overall presented at last year's conference. 

The Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA) was founded in 1939 and is dedicated to the advancement of scholarship in all areas of political science.

The purposes of the MPSA are to promote the professional study and teaching of political science, to facilitate communications between those engaged in such study, and to develop standards for and encourage research in theoretical and practical political problems.