Elizabeth Rigby
Elizabeth Rigby
Associate Professor, George Washington University
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Political parties and representation of the poor in the American states
E Rigby, GC Wright
American Journal of Political Science 57 (3), 552-565, 2013
Child care quality in different state policy contexts
E Rigby, RM Ryan, J Brooks‐Gunn
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management: The Journal of the Association …, 2007
The impact of child care subsidy use on child care quality
RM Ryan, A Johnson, E Rigby, J Brooks-Gunn
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 26 (3), 320-331, 2011
Does Electoral Reform Increase (or Decrease) Political Equality?
E Rigby, MJ Springer
Political Research Quarterly 64 (2), 420-34, 2011
Whose statehouse democracy? Policy responsiveness to poor versus rich constituents in poor versus rich states
E Rigby, GC Wright
Who gets represented 189, 2011
Hybrid federalism, partisan politics, and early implementation of state health insurance exchanges
E Rigby, J Haselswerdt
Publius: The journal of federalism 43 (3), 368-391, 2013
Improving the readiness of children for school: Recommendations for state policy: A discussion paper for the Policy Matters Project
Center for the Study of Social Policy (Washington, DC), SL Kagan, ...
Center for the Study of Social Policy, 2003
Public Responses to Health Disparities: How Group Cues Influence Support for Government Intervention*
E Rigby, J Soss, BC Booske, AMK Rohan, SA Robert
Social Science Quarterly 90 (5), 1321-1340, 2009
Federal food policy and childhood obesity: a solution or part of the problem?
RT Kimbro, E Rigby
Health Affairs 29 (3), 411-418, 2010
Public views on determinants of health, interventions to improve health, and priorities for government
SA Robert, BC Booske, E Rigby, AM Rohan
Wisconsin Medical Journal (WMJ) 107 (3), 124, 2008
Policy matters: Setting and measuring benchmarks for state policies: Improving the readiness of children for school: Recommendations for state policy-a discussion paper for the …
SL Kagan, E Rigby
Center for the Study of Social Policy, 2003
Federalism, partisan politics, and shifting support for state flexibility: The case of the US state children's health insurance program
CM Grogan, E Rigby
Publius: The Journal of Federalism 39 (1), 47-69, 2009
Do state policies constrain local actors? The impact of English only laws on language instruction in public schools
MJ Marschall, E Rigby, J Jenkins
Publius: The Journal of Federalism 41 (4), 586-609, 2011
Linking research and policy on Capitol Hill: insights from research brokers
E Rigby
Evidence & Policy 1 (2), 195-213, 2005
State Resistance to" ObamaCare"
E Rigby
The Forum 10 (2), 2012
Same policy area, different politics: How characteristics of policy tools alter the determinants of early childhood education policy
E Rigby
Policy Studies Journal 35 (4), 653-669, 2007
Alternative policy designs and the socio-political construction of childcare
E Rigby, K Tarrant, MJ Neuman
Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood 8 (2), 98-108, 2007
Laboratories of (In) equality? Redistributive Policy and Income Inequality in the A merican S tates
ME Hatch, E Rigby
Policy Studies Journal 43 (2), 163-187, 2015
Incorporating economic policy into a ‘health-in-all-policies’ agenda
E Rigby, ME Hatch
Health Affairs 35 (11), 2044-2052, 2016
Party politics and enactment of “Obamacare”: A policy-centered analysis of minority party involvement
E Rigby, JH Clark, S Pelika
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 39 (1), 57-95, 2014
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