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Andrea Louise Campbell is the Arthur and Ruth Sloan Professor of Political Science. Professor Campbell's interests include American politics, political behavior, public opinion, and political inequality, particularly their intersection with social welfare policy, health policy, and tax policy. She is the author of Policy Feedback: How Policies Shape Politics with Daniel Béland and R. Kent Weaver (Cambridge Elements in Public Policy, 2022); Trapped in America's Safety Net: One Family's Struggle (Chicago, 2014); The Delegated Welfare State: Medicare, Markets, and the Governance of Social Provision with Kimberly J. Morgan (Oxford, 2011); and How Policies Make Citizens: Senior Citizen Activism and the American Welfare State (Princeton, 2003). A fifth book, tentatively entitled How Americans Think about Taxes, has been accepted for publication by Princeton University Press. Her research has appeared in the

American Political Science Review, Political Behavior, Comparative Political Studies, Perspectives on Politics, Politics & Society, Studies in American Political Development, and Health Affairs, among others.

​Campbell holds an AB degree from Harvard and a PhD from UC Berkeley. Her research has been supported by grants from the National Science Foundation, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Russell Sage Foundation and by residential fellowships at the Library of Congress Kluge Center, the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Scholars in Health Policy Research program. She was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2016 and the National Academy of Social Insurance in 2007, and served on the National Academy of Sciences Commission on the Fiscal Future of the United States. Recent awards include the Wildavsky Enduring Contribution Award (2021) for her first book, How Policies Make Citizens, and the Excellence in Mentoring Award (2020), both from the American Political Science Association Public Policy section.​

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