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Wiley-Blackwell for the Midwest Political Science Association
Country
United States
History
1956–present
Website
http://www.ajps.org/
Impact factor
2.397 (2008)

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Political affiliation may help drive and shape a person's morals

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Pesticide companies leverage regulations for financial gains

Pesticides are present in many food products and play a central role in the production of traded agriculture, giving them global and economic significance—and necessitating proper regulation. Yet, some pesticide companies ...

Democracies more prone to start wars – except when they're not

Research shows public pressure pushes democratically elected leaders to be more aggressive in international conflicts than their autocratic counterparts but finds some exceptions. What kind of political leader is most likely ...

Factories get more business when they treat workers right

For years, academics have debated if relaxing labor and environmental standards attracts or repels international business. Now a new study finds that manufacturers that adhere to basic labor and environmental standards saw ...

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