Category Archives: Good Writing

HOW TO CITE THE WINNING LAMB PRIZE PAPERS

Belcher, David (2015). “An Efficient Electoral Method to Reduce Voter Ignorance.” Negotiation Guidance Associates. https://negotiationguidance.docsend.com/view/42ci5v9?email=*|EMAIL|* Massaroni, Quinn (2016). “A United States Sustainable Energy Transition Based on Successful International Models.” Negotiation Guidance Associates.  https://negotiationguidance.docsend.com/view/79ciecz?email=*|EMAIL|* McMorris, Claire (2017). “Corporate Oregon: A Narrative Study of … Continue reading

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Claire McMorris on the Lamb Prize

Claire McMorris is the Recipient of the 2017 Lamb Prize. In this video she describes her experience as an applicant and winner. “Claire McMorris on the Lamb Prize” provides a quick guide to preparing an application. The Lamb Prize recognizes the … Continue reading

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Précis of the Winning Submissions

Click on the desired link to read the winning Précis. David Belcher, 2015: “An Efficient Electoral Method to Reduce Voter Ignorance”  Quinn Massaroni, 2016: “A United States Sustainable Energy Transition Based on Successful International Models” Claire McMorris, 2017: “Corporate Oregon: … Continue reading

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Introduction to the Bert & Phyllis Lamb Prize in Political Science

The Lamb Prize rewards innovation and good writing among undergraduates majoring in Political Science or one of its sub-fields. Continue reading

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Good Writing

Good writing is important because the sponsors of the Bert & Phyllis Lamb Prize in Political Science want the findings or products developed by the winner of the prize to be useful and useable. Good writing helps ensure the usability … Continue reading

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