Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs
Professor of Government
Director, Program in Politics and Law
- B.A., University of Virginia
- M.A., Duke University
- Ph.D., Duke University
Agadjanian, Alexander, and Dean Lacy. 2021. Changing Votes, Changing Identities? Racial Fluidity and Vote Switching in the 2012–2016 US Presidential Elections. Public Opinion Quarterly https://doi.org/10.1093/poq/nfab045
Lacy, Dean, Emerson M. S. Niou, Philip Paolino, and Robert A. Rein. 2018. Measuring Preferences for Divided Government: Some Americans Want Divided Government and Vote to Create It. Political Behavior. First on-line 22 December 2017
Lacy, Dean, and Dino P. Christenson. 2016. “Who Votes for the Future? Information, Expectations, and Endogeneity in Economic Voting?” Political Behavior.
Lacy, Dean. 2014. “Moochers and Makers in the Voting Booth: Who Benefits from Federal Spending, and How Did They Vote in the 2012 Presidential Election?” Public Opinion Quarterly.
Works In Progress
“The Mismeasure of the Masses: A Positive Theory of Political Opinions;”
“Taxing, Spending, Red States, and Blue States: The Political Economy of Redistribution in the American Federal System;”
“Voting in a System of Checks and Balances: Institutions and Voter Choice in US Presidential and Gubernatorial Elections