Peter K. Enns
Professor, Cornell University
Peter K. Enns a Professor of Government and Professor of Public Policy at Cornell University and Robert S. Harrison Director of the Cornell Center for Social Sciences. He is also Co-founder and Chief Data Scientist at Verasight. His research focuses on public opinion and political representation, mass incarceration and the legal system, and data analytics.
By Peter K. Enns
I have published three books: Hijacking the Agenda (with Chris Witko, Nate Kelly and Jana Morgan), Incarceration Nation, and Who Gets Represented? (edited with Chris Wlezien). All three books seek to better understand political representation, inequality, and social outcomes in the United States.
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— Peter K. Enns (@pete_enns) October 19, 2017
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I recall seeing authors present it while in progress and it was obvious this would be high impact and important. pic.twitter.com/o6ajxPcPhc
— David Brady (@DaveBrady72) February 22, 2022
— Roper Center (@RoperCenter) December 2, 2021
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— Roper Center (@RoperCenter) January 20, 2021
Can non-probability sampling compete with RDD and other probability polls? In the 2020 election, yes — in fact, they did better!
— Peter K. Enns (@pete_enns) March 18, 2021
— G. Elliott Morris (@gelliottmorris) November 5, 2020
Highly recommended – and free to read from @CUP_PoliSci until July 12th – Incarceration Nation by @pete_enns is a great study of the politics of criminal justice in the USA. https://t.co/J2VpHodwQv pic.twitter.com/tLZd933GDH
— Will Jennings (@drjennings) June 13, 2020
2 books (incarceration nation by @pete_enns + fragmented democracy by @povertyscholar) written by 2 profs who deeply impacted my education/life are free to read for the next month!! just downloaded both here: https://t.co/ZLyCWODIUf https://t.co/UJA3RmMjYr
— Claire Liu (@claireliu222) June 12, 2020
A must read book on American mass incarceration. https://t.co/gfIIzjwfNo
— David Skarbek (@DavidSkarbek) June 12, 2020
Good turnout at today’s event—Peter Enns on mass incarceration. pic.twitter.com/kX70cWo5KB
— Gregg Caruso (@GreggDCaruso) March 21, 2019
Upcoming events at #SUNYCCC explore mass incarceration in America.
Join SUNY CCC Professor Dr. Gregg Caruso and two powerful authors this spring for an in-depth exploration of mass incarceration in the United States. pic.twitter.com/Qu0k69zNcm
— Corning CC (@corning_cc) March 5, 2019
Dr. Peter Enns will be giving a talk on "Criminal Justice Reform in the Trump Era" Tuesday April 2, 2019 at GSU. Dr. Enns is the Executive Director of the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research at Cornell University & author of Incarceration Nation. RSVP:https://t.co/aCTz2FTm0Y pic.twitter.com/qfkvUVxlJu
— Pol Sci @ GSU (@GSUPoliSci) April 1, 2019
— Peter K. Enns (@pete_enns) October 8, 2018
— Michael Leo Owens (@milo_phd) October 4, 2017
— Jana Morgan (@prof_jmorgan) March 3, 2017
— John Pfaff (@JohnFPfaff) March 24, 2016
Cool. Thanks Demetrius. Poor Dominique—I was like an excited schoolboy in the interview. Lol.
Book recommendations: Yes please!
— Dan Kent, Distraction Enthusiast (@thatdankent) August 27, 2018
— Patrick Sharkey (@patrick_sharkey) May 6, 2016
Peter K. Enns, "Incarceration Nation: How the United States Became the Most Punitive Democracy in the World" (Cambr… https://t.co/S0IaWHazSE
— NB Political Science (@NewBooksPoliSci) May 2, 2016
In-Depth Interview: Cornell Prof. Peter Enns Explores the Causes of Our “Incarceration Nation” https://t.co/nHGIX7bnqd
— Peter B. Collins (@pbcsf) April 19, 2016
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