Weschle paper on revolving door employment published in PSRM

Simon Weschle"Campaign finance legislation and the supply-side of the revolving door," written by Simon Weschle, assistant professor of political science, was published in Political Science Research and Methods. Weschle argues that one important institutional factor that shapes politicians' willingness to leave office for a private sector job is campaign finance legislation. Less restrictive rules increase campaign spending for incumbents, which makes revolving door employment less attractive. 11/01/19