​© 2020 Mallory Compton

Popularizing Publications

Compton, Mallory E. and Paul 't Hart. 2019. "Despite Brexit, there is still plenty to learn from government successes" Oxford University Press Blog. https://blog.oup.com/2019/09/despite-brexit-there-is-still-plenty-to-learn-from-government-successes/ (17 September 2019).


Compton, Mallory E. and Paul 't Hart. 2019. "Forget blunders: here's what we can learn from great policy successes" Civil Service World. https://www.civilserviceworld.com/articles/opinion/forget-blunders-%E2%80%93-here%E2%80%99s-what-we-can-learn-great-policy-successes (18 September 2019).


Compton, Mallory E. and Paul 't Hart. 2019. "Against negativism: what we can learn from great public policy successes" Centre for Public Impact. https:/www.centreforpublicimpact.org/negativism-can-learn-great-public-policy-successes/ (5 September 2019).
 

Compton, Mallory E., and Christine S. Lipsmeyer. 2019. "In the US, Preferences for More or Less Generous Social Policies Are Personal." London School of Economics American Politics and Policy Blog. http://bit.ly/2u7C17p.


Compton, Mallory E. 2019. "Economic Insecurity is Rising, and Social Capital May be Making it Worse." London School of Economics American Politics and Policy Blog. http://bit.ly/2GVZVdK

Data Products

Compton, Mallory E. (2020) Unemployment Insurance Administrative Errors 2002-2018. Texas A&M University Bush School of Government. Version 16 January 2020.
 

Compton, Mallory E., Polly Calderon, and Kenneth J. Meier. (2013) National Nursing Home Survey. College Station, TX: Project for Equity, Representation and Governance, Texas