Lupu's research focuses on political behavior, partisanship and political parties, class and inequality, representation, legacies of violence, and survey methods. His research has appeared in leading academic journals and he has won numerous prestigious grants and awards. He has served as an expert witness for asylum cases and done consulting work for the Inter-American Development Bank, USAID, and the World Bank.
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Demonstrates that lawmakers from different class backgrounds bring different economic attitudes to the legislative process – and that pre-voting decisions like sponsoring legislation often differ dramatically along social class lines.