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  • Wassmer, R., E. Lascher and S. Kroll. 2009. Sub-national Fiscal Activity as a Determinant of Individual Happiness. Journal of Happiness Studies 10: 563-582.

  • Dyck, J. and E. Lascher. 2009. Direct Democracy and Political Efficacy Reconsidered. Political Behavior 31: 401-427.

  • Lascher, E. 2008. Reconsidering the Secondary Benefits of Direct Democracy. Conference Papers -- American Political Science Association: 1-24.

  • Jeydel, A. and E. Lascher. 2008. Incumbent Gender and Electoral Safety in Local Races. Conference Papers -- Western Political Science Association: 1-20.

  • Wassmer, R. and E. Lascher. 2006. WHO SUPPORTS LOCAL GROWTH AND REGIONAL PLANNING TO DEAL WITH ITS CONSEQUENCES? Urban Affairs Review 41: 621-645.

  • Korey, J. and E. Lascher. 2006. MACROPARTISANSHIP IN CALIFORNIA. Public Opinion Quarterly 70: 48-65.

  • Hagen, M. and E. Lascher. 2005. Popular Appeal of Direct Democracy. Conference Papers -- American Political Science Association: 1-20.

  • Lascher, E. 2005. Constituency Size and Incumbent Safety. Political Research Quarterly 58: 269-278.

  • Lascher, E. and M. Powers. 2004. September 11 Victims, Random Events, and the Ethics of Compensation. American Behavioral Scientist 48: 281-294.

  • Lascher, E. and M. Powers. 2003. September 11 Victims, Random Events, and the Ethics of Compensation. Conference Papers -- American Political Science Association: 1-17.

  • Lascher, Jr., Edward Leonard and Michael R Powers. 2001. The Economics and Politics of Choice No-Fault Insurance. Boston: Kluwer Academic Press.

  • Hagen, M., E. Lascher and J. Camobreco. 2001. Response to Matsusaka. Journal of Politics 63: 1257-1263.

  • Lascher, Jr., Edward Leonard. 1999. The Politics of Automobile Insurance Reform: Ideas, Instituions, and Public Policy in North America. Washington, D.C. : Georgetown University Press.

  • Lascher, E. 1999. Book reviews. American Political Science Review 93: 710-711.

  • Lascher, E. 1998. Loss imposition and institutional characteristics. Canadian Journal of Political Science 31: 143-164.

  • Lascher, E. and M. Hagen. 1996. Gun behind the door? Ballot initiatives, state policies and public opinion. Journal of Politics 58: 760-775.

  • Lascher, E. 1996. Assessing Legislative Deliberation. Legislative Studies Quarterly 21: 501-519.

  • Lascher, E. 1995. Loss Imposition and Institutional Structure. .

  • Williams, Shirley. 1993. Ambition and Beyond: Career Paths of American Elected Officials. Berkeley: Institute of Governmental Studies.

  • Lascher, E., S. Kelman and T. Kane. 1993. Policy Views, Constituency Pressure, and Congressional Action on Flag Burning. .

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Educational Background

  • 1989 – Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (Political Science)

  • 1978 – B.A., Occidental College (Political Science)

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