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Publications

Weissert, Carol S, Matthew J. Uttermark, Kenneth R. Mackie, and Alexandra Artiles 2021. “Governors in Control: Executive Orders, State - Local Preemption, and the Covid-19 Pandemic”. Publius: The Journal of Federalism. Vol. 51 (3) 396-428.

Uttermark, Matthew J. 2020. “What Determines Social Capital? Evidence from Slavery’s Legacy in the United States and Brazil”. Social Forces. Vol. 98 (4) 1773-1800.

 

Appendices

Uttermark, Matthew J. 2020. “Revisiting the Relationship Between Federal Design and Economic Growth”. Publius: The Journal of Federalism. Vol. 50 (1) 135-155.

Fahey, Kevin, Carol S. Weissert, and Matthew J. Uttermark. 2018. “Extra, Extra, (Don’t) Roll-Off About It! Newspaper Endorsements for Ballot Measures.State Politics & Policy Quarterly. Vol. 18 (1) 93-113.

Weissert, Carol S. and Matthew J. Uttermark. 2017. “Glass Half Full: Decentralization and Health Policy.” State and Local Government Review. Vol 49 (3) 199-214.

Technical Reports

“Cooperation and Conflict in Florida's Response to COVID-19.” With Carol S. Weissert, Alexandra Artiles, and Kenneth Mackie. LeRoy Collins Institute. 2021.

Florida Charter Schools: Not as Good, or as Bad, as Advertised.” With Carol S. Weissert, Alexandra Artiles, and Kenneth Mackie. LeRoy Collins Institute. 2020.

Other Writing

Studying ballot endorsements shows that even in the digital age, newspapers still matter to voters” with Kevin Fahey and Carol Weissert. American Politics and Policy Blog. London School of Economics.

Constitution Revision Commission: Little Known but with Great Potential” with Carol Weissert. Bureau of Economic and Business Research. University of Florida.