Andrew Reeves is a National Fellow 2012-13 at the Hoover Institution.

Andrew Reeves


Andrew Reeves is an assistant professor of political science at Boston University. He studies the relationship between electoral institutions and policy outcomes with a focus on the presidency. His recent research makes two central claims: first, that presidents are increasingly held accountable for local political phenomena in addition to broad macroeconomic outcomes; second, that presidents respond by targeting specific constituencies with resources such as federal grants, presidential disaster declarations, and campaign expenditures. He is currently completing a book manuscript related to this project.

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