Dr. Elizabeth Bell

Assistant Professor
Elizabeth Bell


PHONE:
 513-529-0521
OFFICE: 120 Harrison Hall
EMAIL: ebell@miamioh.edu

Degrees and Institutions

  • Ph.D., Political Science, University of Oklahoma
  • M.A., Political Science, University of Oklahoma
  • B.A., Political Science, Southwestern University

Selected Publications

  • Elizabeth Bell. (2020). The Politics of Designing Tuition-Free College: How Does Policy Design Influence Policy Support? The Journal of Higher Education.
  • Deven Carlson, Elizabeth Bell, and Byron Carlson. (Forthcoming). Interjurisdictional Competition and Policy Preferences of the Public: Modeling Public Preferences on the Oklahoma Penny Sales Tax Referendum. The Journal of Politics.
  • Elizabeth Bell. (Forthcoming). “Deserving to Whom? Investigating Heterogeneity in the Impact of Social Constructions of Target Populations on Support for Affirmative Action.” Policy Studies Journal.
  • Deven Carlson, Elizabeth Bell, Joshua Cowen, Andrew McEachin and Matthew Lenard. (Forthcoming). “The Effects of Socioeconomic Integration on Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Wake County Public School System.” American Educational Research Journal.
  • Elizabeth Bell, Wesley Wehde, and Madeleine Stucky. (2020). Supplement or Supplant? Estimating the Effects of Lottery Earmarks on State Higher Education Funding. Education Finance and Policy.
  • Jennifer Delaney, Elizabeth Bell, and Maria Soler. (2019). Public Perceptions of Income Share Agreements: Evidence from a Public Opinion Survey. Journal of Education Finance.
  • Tracey Bark, and Elizabeth Bell. (2019). Issue Prioritization by University Presidents: The Influence of Organizational Structure. Administration and Society, 51 (6): 915-950.
  • Meeyoung Lamothe, Scott Lamothe, and Elizabeth Bell. (2018). Understanding Local Service Delivery Arrangements: Is ICMA Data Reliable? Public Administration Review, 78 (4): 613-625.

Work in Progress

  • Sebastian Jilke and Elizabeth Bell. Racial Discrimination as a Means of Cream-Skimming? A Conjoint Experiment Among US Charter School Principals.
  • Sebastian Jilke and Elizabeth Bell. Discriminatory Administrative Burden: An Audit Experiment Among US Charter School Principals.
  • Sam Workman, Deven Carlson, Tracey Bark, and Elizabeth Bell. Organizational Problem Solving and the Use of Research in the U.S. Department of Education.
  • Elizabeth Bell. Reasonable or Unreasonable? How Social Constructions of Target Populations Shape Perceptions of Administrative Burden.
  • Elizabeth Bell. Who is Deserving of Affirmative Action? Measuring Public Sentiment on Politically Contentious Admissions Policies.

    In draft:

  • Sebastian Jilke and Elizabeth Bell. Racial Discrimination as a Means of Cream-Skimming? A Conjoint Experiment Among US Charter School Principals.
  • Sebastian Jilke and Elizabeth Bell. Discriminatory Administrative Burden: An Audit Experiment Among US Charter School Principals.
  • Sam Workman, Deven Carlson, Tracey Bark, and Elizabeth Bell. Organizational Problem Solving and the Use of Research in the U.S. Department of Education.
  • Elizabeth Bell. Reasonable or Unreasonable? How Social Constructions of Target Populations Shape Perceptions of Administrative Burden.
  • Elizabeth Bell. Who is Deserving of Affirmative Action? Measuring Public Sentiment on Politically Contentious Admissions Policies.

Grants, Awards, and Professional Activities

  • Phi Kappa Phi Dissertation Fellowship
  • Dan Hobbs Dissertation Prize
  • H.V. Thornton Memorial Award & Research Grant
  • Robberson Conference Presentation & Creative Exhibition Travel Grant

 

updated: 2/21/2020