Megan Mullin is Associate Professor of Political Science and is affiliated with Geography and Urban Studies and the Institute for Public Affairs. Mullin specializes in American politics and public policy, focusing on the effects of institutional design on political participation and policy outcomes. Her research interests include federalism, environmental politics, and voting systems. Mullin’s book, Governing the Tap: Special District Governance and the New Local Politics of Water (MIT Press, 2009), was the 2010 winner of the American Political Science Association’s Lynton Keith Caldwell Award for best book published on environmental politics and policy. Other work has appeared in journals including American Journal of Political Science and Journal of Politics, as well as in numerous edited volumes. Mullin received her Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley in 2005.
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