CHARLES J. BARRILLEAUX
Office address: Home address:
Department of Political Science 4020 McLaughlin Drive
Florida State University Tallahassee, FL 32309
Tallahassee, FL 32306-2230 (850) 294-2588
(850) 644-7643; fax 644-0581
Ph.D. 1985, State University of New York at Binghamton (Political Science). Dissertation: "The
Political Economy of Medicaid." Fields: Public Policy, American Politics, Research Methods
BA 1978 (Government), MPA 1980, Lamar University
2006- LeRoy Collins Professor, Political Science, Florida State University.
2000-2006 Professor of Political Science, Florida State University
1995-2000. Associate Professor of Political Science, Florida State University.
1989-1995. Associate Professor of Public Administration, Florida State University.
1984-1989. Instructor to Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of New
1986-1987. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Faculty Fellow in Health Care Finance, Johns
1982-1984. Research Associate, NYS Department of Social Services, Division of Medical
Assistance, Albany, NY.
1989- Research Associate, Policy Sciences Center/DeVoe Moore Center, Florida State University.
1995- Research Associate, Pepper Institute for Aging and Public Policy Research, Florida State
2006- Affiliated faculty, XS-FS, Experimental Social Sciences at Florida State interdisciplinary
2007- Member, Center for the Study of Democratic Performance, FSU.
August 2011- Director, Social Sciences and Public Affairs Living and Learning Community.
June 2007-August 2011. Director of Graduate Studies, Political Science
June 2006-August 2011. Placement coordinator, Political Science.
March 1998-January 2001. Faculty Director, Survey Research Laboratory, Florida State
August 1999-July 2002. Director of Graduate Studies, Political Science, Florida State University.
1987-1989. Director of Graduate Studies, Political Science, University of New Orleans.
Research and publications
J. Barabas, C. Barrilleaux and D. Scheller. Issue Turnout in a Field Experiment on Ballot
Initiatives, working paper.
C. Barrilleaux, G. Sanchez and R. Preuhs. Explaining State-Level Variations in Health Insurance
Coverage among Hispanic Citizens, working paper.
W. Berry, B. Davis, C. Barrilleaux and L. Martin. Development of district-based measures of
electoral competition in the American states, working paper.
J. Barabas, C. Barrilleaux, and K. Ihlanfeldt. 2008 primary election field experiment. Ongoing.
G. Goelzhauser and C. Barrilleaux. 2008. “Why do State Legislatures Adopt Home Rule for
Cities?” working paper.
C. Barrilleaux, C. Reenock and M. Souva. Democratic Policymaking. Under contract, Cambridge
University Press, in progress, past due October 2010. (Have completed drafts of 3 of 6 chapters I
am to write).
C. Barrilleaux, A. Boyle, and D. Scheller. “What’s the Value of Walkable Neighborhoods?”,
Articles and chapters
2012 (in press). C. Barrilleaux. “State Health Politics.” Oxford Handbook of State and Local
Politics Research, D. Haider-Markel, ed. NY: Oxford.
20121. J. Esarey, T. Salmon and C. Barrilleaux. Experimental Evidence on Preferences for
Redistribution, Economic Inquiry.
2012. J. Esarey, T. Salmon and C. Barrilleaux. Risk and Preference for Redistribution in a
Laboratory Democracy, Political Research Quarterly.
2007. C. Barrilleaux and P. Brace. "Notes from the ‘Laboratories of Democracy’: Explaining
States' Use of Redistributive and Developmental Policies to Reduce Health Uninsurance." Journal
of Health Politics, Policy and Law 32: 655-82.
2006. C. Barrilleaux and T. Carsey. “Local Government Political and Governance
Institutions.” Review of Policy Research, Fall 2006, 1119-23. (Introduces papers in the issue,
co-edited with Carsey.)
2006. C. Barrilleaux. “Ideological Cleavage, Political Competition, and Policy Making in the
American States,” in J. Cohen, ed. Public Opinion in State Politics. Stanford, CA: Stanford
University Press, pp. 121-40.
2003. C. Barrilleaux and M. Berkman. “Do Governors Matter? Budgeting Rules and the Politics
of State Policy Making,” Political Research Quarterly 56: 409-17.
2003. C. Barrilleaux, and B. Davis. “Explaining State-Level Variations in Levels and Change in
the Distribution of Income in the US, 1978-1990,” American Politics Research 31: 280-300.
2003. C. Barrilleaux and E. Bernick. “‘Deservingness,’ Discretion, and the State Politics of
Welfare Spending, 1990-1996.” State Politics and Policy Quarterly 3: 1-18.
2002. C. Barrilleaux, T. Holbrook and L. Langer. "Electoral Competition, Legislative Balance,
and American State Welfare Policy," American Journal of Political Science, 46: 415-27.
2001. “The State Politics and Policy Data Archive,” State Politics and Policy Quarterly,1: 200-
2000. "Party Strength, Party Change, and Policymaking in the American States," Party
Politics 6: 61-73.
1999. "Governors, Bureaus, and State Policymaking," State and Local Government Review 31:
1999. "Statehouse Bureaucracy: Continuity and Change in State Administration." In American
State and Local Politics. NY: Seven Bridges Press, pp. 97-113.
1998. "The Politics of Health and Welfare Reforms, 1980-1990." In Governing
Partners, R.L. Hanson, ed. Boulder,CO: Westview, pp. 177-98.
1997. "A Test of the Independent Influences of Interparty Electoral Competition and Party
Strength on State Policy," American Journal of Political Science 41: 1462-66.
1996. "Recent Developments in State Health Reform," The Madison Review 2: 30-35.
1996. "The Distribution of Medicaid Home and Community Based Care Services for
the Elderly," Journal of Aging and Social Policy 7: 93-108. With Lein Han and Jill
1996. "Images of Congressmen and Senators." In Broken Promise: Congress and the Electoral
Connection, S. Craig, ed. With G. Parker. Boulder, CO: Westview, pp. 229-50.
1993. "Public Opinion, Interest Groups, and Abortion Policy in the American States," in
Abortion: The Shifting Political Landscape, Malcolm Goggin, ed. Beverly Hills: Sage, pp.
203-21. With Jeffrey E. Cohen.
1992. "Decisions without Consequences: Cost Control and Access in State Medicaid Programs"
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 17: 97-118. With M. Miller.
1992. "Lobbying Louisiana: The End of Freewheeling Ways," in Interest Groups in the Southern
States, Ronald Hrebenar and Clive Thomas, eds. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, pp.
295-317. With Charles Hadley.
1992. "Measuring and Comparing American States' Administrative Characteristics." State and
Local Government Review 24: 12-18. With R. Feiock and R. Crew, Jr. (Reprinted in Government
Finance Review, 1994.)
1991. "Legislative and Congressional Candidate Characteristics, 1978-1990, and Campaign
Spending, 1974-1986." In Reapportionment and Representation in Florida: A Historical
Collection, Susan MacManus, ed., pp. 403-420. Tampa, FL: USF-III Publications. With R.E.
1991. "Native Americans and Cumulative Voting: The Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux." Social
Science Quarterly 72: 388-93. With Richard L. Engstrom.
1989. "Interest Groups and PACs in a State Political System." Polity 22: 598-605. With Charles
1989. "Uninsurance and Creeping National Health Insurance: Recent Developments and Policy
Strategies." Journal of Health and Human Resources Administration 11: 273-84.
1988. "The Political Economy of State Medicaid Policy." American Political Science Review 82:
1089-1108. With Mark E. Miller.
1986. "A Dynamic Model of Partisan Competition in the American States." American Journal of
Political Science, 30:822-40.
1983. "Motivating Government Managers for Retrenchment: Some Possible Lessons from the
Senior Executive Service." Public Administration Review, 43:393-402. With Patricia Ingraham.
1998. “A Re-Evaluation of the Florida MediPass Managed Care Program.” Tallahassee: FL
Agency for Health Care Administration, with J. Eyerman and S. Phillips.
1996. "Measuring and Predicting Return to Work in Florida." Tallahassee, FL: Florida
Department of Labor, with L. Langer.
1995. "Evaluation of the Florida Medicaid MediPass Managed Care Program."
Tallahassee, FL: Florida Agency for Health Care Administration.
1995. "Report on the Status of Return-to-Work in Florida." Tallahassee: Florida
Legislature, Workers' Compensation Oversight Board.
1994. "The Politics of Welfare Reform." Tallahassee: Florida Institute of Government.
1993. "Results of a Survey of Florida Medicaid Enrollees." Tallahassee: Agency for Health Care
1991. "Legislative Districting Effects on Legislative Composition, Electoral Competition, and
Policy." Tallahassee, FL: Florida Institute of Government.
1990. "A Guide for Writers of Florida Criminal Justice Executive Institute Final Reports."
Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
1987. "A Statistical Accounting for Medicaid Expenditures in New York State, 1982." Albany,
NY: New York Department of Social Services. With Michael D. McDonald.
1985. "Access to Care and the Choice of Ambulatory Care Providers in New York State."
Albany, NY: New York Department of Social Services, Program Analysis Note #23. With Hitomi
Takada and Tom Fanning.
1983. "Utilization of Health Services by Medicaid Recipients in New York City and Selected
Upstate Counties, 1980-1981." Albany, NY: NYS Department of Social Services.
1983. "Utilization of Health Services by Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program and
Psychiatric Services Recipients, 1980-1981." Albany, NY: NYS Department of Social Services.
With Tom Fanning.
2009-2010 (winter) Review of S. Allard, Out of Reach: Place, Poverty and the New American
Welfare State. New Haven: Yale. Political Science Quarterly 124: 733-5.
2007-2008 (winter). Review of D. Holland, et al. Local Democracy Under Siege: Activism,
Public Interests, and Private Politics. NY: NYU Press. Political Science Quarterly 122:
2006. Review of J. Morone and L. Jacobs, eds. Healthy, Wealthy and Fair. Perspectives on
1999. Review of R. Hackey, Rethinking Health Care Policy, American Political Science Review
1998. Review of Nicholas Laham, A Lost Cause: Bill Clinton’s Campaign for National Health
Insurance, American Review of Politics 18: 311-15.
1997. Review of Steven Teles, Whose Welfare? American Political Science Review 91: 757.
1995. Review of Kenneth Meier, The Politics of Sin, American Review of Public Administration.
1994. Review of James Morone, The Democratic Wish, Journal of Public Administration
Research and Theory.
1993. Entries on Thomas Dye (pp. 67-70) and Theodore Lowi (pp. 191-93), in American
Political Scientists: A Dictionary, ed. by G. Utter and C. Lockhart. Greenwood, CT: Greenwood
1991. Review of M.E. Hawkesworth, Theoretical Models for Policy Analysis. Public
Administration Review 51:182.
1989. Reviews of David Ellwood, Poor Support, J. Donald Moon, ed., Responsibility, Rights, and
Welfare, and John Schwarz, America's Hidden Success. American Political Science Review
1989. Review of Douglas A. Hibbs, The American Political Economy. Presidential Studies
1986. Review of J. Gardiner and T. Lyman, The Fraud Control Game: State Responses to Fraud
and Abuse in AFDC and Medicaid. Journal of Politics 48:765-67.
1986. Review of Deborah A. Stone, The Disabled State. American Political Science Review
Participation at professional meetings
Papers presented since 2000
2012. “The Value of Walkable Neighborhoods in Two Florida Cities,” with Austin Boyle and
Daniel Scheller, presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Political Science Association,
New Orleans, January.
2009. “Explaining Variations in African American, Hispanic, and White Citizens Access to
Health Services,” presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Political Science
Association. New Orleans, January.
2008. “Self Interest, Taxes, and Voting in Florida: Evidence from a Field Experiment,” with J.
Barabas and K. Ihlanfeldt, presented at the State Politics Research Meeting, Temple University,
Philadelphia, PA, May.
2007. “Issue Turnout: Field Experiments with Ballot Initiatives in Florida,” with J. Barabas and
D. Scheller. Presented at the annual meetings of the American Political Science Association,
Chicago, August 31.
2007. “A Micro-level Measure of Electoral Competition in the U.S. States, 1968-2002” with W.
Berry, B. Davis, and L. Martin. Presented at the annual research meeting of the state politics and
policy section of the American Political Science Association, University of Texas, Austin,
2006. “Endogenously Chosen Redistributive Taxes in a Laboratory Experiment,” with J. Esarey
and T. Salmon, presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Political Science Association,
Atlanta, January. It was nominated for the award for the best paper presented at the meeting,
SPSA, 2006. (Also presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Economic Association
(Salmon), Washington, D.C., Oct. 2005.)
2005. “Three Forms of Competition and their Effect on Public Policy,” presented at the annual
meetings of the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans, January.
2003. “A Micro-Level Approach to Measuring State Level Electoral Competition,” with W.
Berry and B. Davis. Presented at the annual meetings of the American Political Science
2003. “Whatever Happened to Managed Care for the Disabled?” with E. Bernick. Presented at
the annual meetings of the American Political Science Association, August.
2001. “Explaining Differences in the Distribution of Income in the States,” with B. Davis.
Presented at the State of the States Conference, College Station, TX, March.
2000. “Doing better but Feeling Worse? Cash Transfers and Income Distribution in the
American States, 1972-1996,” with B. C. Davis. Presented at the annual meetings of the Midwest
Political Science Association, Chicago, April.
Other participation at professional meetings since 2000:
Chair and/or panel discussant, APSA 2006, 2007; MPSA 2007, 2008; SPSA, 2006, 2007, 2008,
2009, 2010; State Politics and Policy Annual Meetings, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010.
Chair and Discussant, panel on health politics in the states, American Political Science
Association, September 2005.
Discussant, panel on policy making, Southern Political Science Association, January, 2005.
Chair and discussant, panel on state politics, Southern Political Science Association, January
Chair and discussant, panel on public policy diffusion, annual meetings of the American Political
Science Association, Philadelphia, August 2003.
Chair and discussant, panel on health and welfare policymaking, annual meeting of the Midwest
Political Science Association, Chicago, April 2003.
Convener and discussant, panel on institutional politics, 3rd Conference on State Politics, Tucson,
AZ, March 2003.
Discussant, graduate student poster session, 3rd Conference on State Politics, Tucson, AZ, March
Convener, panel on legislatures and bureaucracies, 2nd Conference on State Politics, Milwaukee,
WI, May 27, 2002.
Discussant, panel on “Models of Policy Innovation Diffusion,” annual meetings of the American
Political Science Association, Washington, D.C., August, 2000.
Editorial boards and reviews
Editorial board, State Politics and Policy Quarterly, 1999-
Editorial board, American Politics Research (formerly American Politics Quarterly), 1997-2007.
Editorial board, American Review of Politics, 1996-.
Editorial Board, American Journal of Political Science, 1994-97.
Co-editor, Policy Currents, quarterly publication of the APSA organized section on public policy,
Occasional Referee, American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science,
Public Administration Review, Journal of Health Politics,Policy and Law, Legislative Studies
Quarterly; Policy Studies Review, Journal of Politics, Western Political Quarterly/Political
Research Quarterly, American Politics Quarterly, American Review of Politics, Quarterly Review
of Economics and Business, Policy Studies Journal, Social Science Quarterly, American Review
of Public Administration, State and Local Government Review, The Social Science Journal,
National Science Foundation, Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, National Institute of
Health, various commercial and university presses.
Dissertations directed, last known employment of student:
John W. Stewart. University of New Orleans. "The New Orleans Symphony Financing Debacle:
Lessons for Not-for-Profit Management." 1989. President, Red Hot Peppers Land Exploration
Company, New Orleans.
Roy A. Dawes. Florida State University, Political Science. "A Model of Normal Partisan Change
in the American States, 1940-1990." 1991. Associate professor of political science, Gettysburg
Susan Phillips. Florida State, Askew School. "A Quantitative Historical Analysis of
the Adoption and Repeal of State Certificate of Need Laws, 1963-1993." 1995. Policy research,
State of Oregon.
Hyeon-Joong Shin. Florida State, Political Science. "Explaining Change in Old Age
Pensions in 19 Western Democracies: A Pooled Cross-Sectional Analysis." 1995. Instructor,
Chonnam National University, Korea.
Eric Prier, Florida State, Political Science, "Exploring the Organizational Development of the
Florida House of Representatives, 1870-1994," 1997. Associate professor, political
science, Florida Atlantic University.
Christopher Stream, Florida State, Askew School. "Explaining American States'
Adoptions of Health Insurance Reforms, 1990-1996." 1997.Associate professor, University of
Nevada, Las Vegas.
Wartyna Davis, Florida State, Political Science. “An Analysis of the Legislative Perspectives of
African-American State Legislators.” 2002. Associate professor, Wm. Patterson University.
Ethan Bernick, Florida State, Political Science, “The Expansion of Medicaid Managed Care in the
States, 1980-2000.” 2002. Assistant professor, Kansas State University.
Bradley Kile, Florida State, Political Science, “Networks, Interest Groups, and the Diffusion of
State Pharmaceutical Policy.” 2005. President, Kile Consulting, Visiting Assistant Professor,
Florida State University.
Joohyun Kang, Florida State Political Science, “The Political Economy of State Government
Regulation of Early Childhood Daycare.” 2006. Associate Professor, Sookmyung Women’s
Gregory Goelzhauser, Florida State Political Science, “Three Essays on Judicial Institutions.”
2010. Assistant professor, Coastal Carolina University.
Karen Halperin Cyphers, Florida State, Political Science. “Choice Making in the Florida
Medicaid Program, 2012. (co-directed with Jason Barabas) Analyst, Florida Medical
Presently directing two PhD dissertations; membership on committees in political science,
economics, sociology and public administration programs ongoing.
Contracts, grants and awards
National Science Foundation award SES-0720055 pi, co-pi’s T. Salmon and J. Esarey,
"Explaining Preferences for Social Insurance and Redistribution in a Laboratory Democracy,"
August 2007-July 2009, $108, 868,
Florida State University, co-pi, internal competitive grant for seed money to create a Center for
Democratic Performance, $125,000. 2006.
Florida State University, co-pi, successful application in University-wide competition to create
“clusters of excellence”, for Experimental Social Sciences Cluster (3 positions for Economics, 2
for Political Science, one senior in each), 2006.
Florida State University, COFRS Research Award, 2003. $8,000.
National Science Foundation. Dissertation Improvement Grant Proposal. Principal Investigator,
for Ethan Bernick. Nov. 2000-October 2001, $8,000.
Florida Department of Health. Assistance with PRAMS Program Surveys. Principal Investigator.
September-November, 2000. $6,500.
Florida Department of Transportation. Survey of Well Elders’ Satisfaction with Florida Highways
and Roads. Principal Investigator. September-November, 2000. $13,000.
Florida Department of Transportation. Survey of Florida Elected and Appointed Government
Officials’ Satisfaction with Florida Highways and Roads. Principal Investigator. September-
November, 2000. $38,000.
State University of New York Research Foundation. Study of SSI Innovations in the States.
Principal Investigator. September, 2000-June, 2001. $5,000.
Florida Department of Transportation. Treasure Coast Travel Survey. Co-Principal Investigator,
with Corradino Group, Consulting Engineers. November, 2000-June, 2001. $140,000.
Florida Division of State Group Insurance, Measuring Satisfaction with DSGI Services, $10,000.
National Science Foundation Political Science program, Research on Decisionmaking in State
Courts of Appeal, dissertation support of $6,000. 1997-98. Principal investigator, dissertation
support for Laura Langer.
Florida Agency for Health Care Administration. MediPass Medicaid Managed Care Evaluation,
July 1997-May 1998, $99,000. Principal investigator.
Florida Agency for Health Care Administration. Contract to evaluate the MediPass
Medicaid managed care program, July-December 1995. $76,000.
University of California, San Francisco. Consultation on a study of health care
reform in Florida, H. Luft, Principal Investigator. July-December 1995. $2,500.
Florida Department of Labor, Division of Workers' Compensation. Contract to
continue the research partnership between the Division and the College of Social
Sciences, co-principal investigator. April 1995-December 1995, $95,000.
Florida Department of Labor and Income Security, Division of Workers' Compensation.
Consultation on establishment of a resource-based relative value system for reimbursement of
health care received under workers' compensation insurance. Ongoing.
American Civil Liberties Union, Florida Rural Legal Services. Plaintiffs' expert in
voting rights cases in Belle Glade, FL, Arcadia and DeSoto Co., FL, and Walthill and
Thurston Co., NE.
Florida State University, intramural funding for research on policy making in the
American states. May-August, 1995. $8,000.
Florida State University, College of Social Sciences, support for proposal development.
May-August, 1995. $5,000.
Florida Workers' Compensation Oversight Board. Contract to complete analyses and produce an
annual report to be presented to the Legislature, November 1994, $10,000.
Florida Institute of Government, support for research on welfare reform in the states, May-July,
Florida Department of Labor, Division of Workers' Compensation. Contract to establish a
research partnership with Division research staff, co-principal investigator, April-December 1994,
Florida Medicaid Program, Office of Provider Relations. Survey of Medicaid enrollee consumer
satisfaction, June-November, 1992. $4,975.
Florida Rural Legal Services, exit polls of Arcadia, FL and Belle Glade, FL city council elections,
Sept. 1991- Sept. 1993.
Florida Committee on Legislative Reapportionment. An analysis of the effects of shifting from
multi-member to single-member legislative districts. Co-principal investigator. July 1, 1990-June
30, 1991, $28,000.
Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Contract to produce a guide for doing research for
participants in an executive institute. March-June, 1990.
Native American Rights Fund. Support for an exit poll of voters in Sisseton, S.D. June, 1989,
U. S. Dep't of the Interior, Minerals Management Service. Grant to study social and economic
impacts of offshore oil exploration in Louisiana, co-principal investigator (with 6 others), Jan.
1989-May 1990, $119,543.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Support for research on the impacts of differences in state
welfare medicine programs on low income persons' health status, usage, and continuity of care.
1987-1988. Principal investigator, $15,000.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Faculty Fellowship in Health Care Finance. 1986-1987,
U. S. Bureau of the Census. Grant to participate in a workshop on the use of Survey of Income
and Program Participation data, Ann Arbor, MI. 1986.
NYS Department of Social Services. Support for research on the determinants of Medicaid
spending in the American states. 1986, $2,500.
University of New Orleans Summer Scholar Award, 1985, for research on the political economy of
policy determination, $2,750.
University of New Orleans Graduate Research Council Award, 1985- 1986.
SUNY Research Foundation. Salary support for research on welfare medicine policies in the
American states. 1982-1984.
Invited lecture, “An Agenda for Research in State Health Policy”, University of Tennessee,
Department of Political Science, May 2008.
Invited lecture, “State Policy Effects on Access to Care for Hispanic Citizens,” Robert Wood
Johnson Foundation Center, University of New Mexico, November 2007.
Invited lecture, “Health Reform Issues in the 2000 National Elections,” University of Idaho
College of Law, Moscow, Idaho, May 2000.
Assistance in designing an evaluation plan to assess the effects of a nurse assistance program,
Quincy, FL Health Clinic, Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, 5-99/8-99 (pro bono).
Testimony as plaintiffs’ expert in voting rights case, U.S. District Court, Ft. Myers Circuit, June
Consultant, Project Vote-Smart, November 1993-present (pro-bono); review instruments for state
and national political awareness tests.
Testimony before Florida Senate and House Health Committees on the results of the
1995 Florida MediPass evaluation, January 1996 (pro bono).
Testimony before the Florida Department of Insurance (Commissioner and rate setting
panel) on the use of a resource-based relative value system for reimbursing providers for
health services under workers' compensation, December, 1995 (pro bono).
Consultant, strategies for providing Medicaid, AFDC and other social services under
block grants, Florida House Appropriations Committee, Sep.-Dec. 1995 (pro bono).
Consultant, research methods for assessing the effects of implementing regional
health alliances on pricing for managed care in Florida, Lazarus Consulting, for
Florida Agency for Health Care Administration, April 1995.
Consultant, Family Practice Residency Program, Tallahassee. January 1990-March 1991 (pro
Program committee, Southern Political Science Association, 2012 annual meetings, public policy.
Invited speaker, “Getting out the Vote in Florida: Evidence from a Field Experiment,” with
Jason Barabas, University of Florida, Department of Political Science, October 2009.
Invited speaker, “What Motivates Political Preferences? Self-Interest, Ideology and Entitlement
in a Laboratory Democracy,” University of Nevada, Las Vegas, March 2007.
Invited speaker, “Ideology and Self-Interest in a Laboratory Democracy,” Department of
Political Science, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT February 2006.
Invited speaker, Ideology in State Politics, American Politics Group, Department of Political
Science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, December 2004.
Program committee, Southern Political Science Association, 2001 (organized state politics
Speaker on “Graduate Education in Political Science,” Pi Sigma Alpha honors banquet,
University of Idaho, May 2000.
Graduate program review team, SUNY-Stony Brook public policy program, 1999.
Chair, nominations committee, APSA Organized Section on Public Policy, 1999.
Brooks-Cole Best Graduate Student Paper Award committee, Southern Political Science
Association, 1995 (to select best paper presented at the 1994 annual meetings)
Established and maintained Florida State University State Politics and Policy Data Archive
(http:www.pubadm.fsu/archives/), which archives and disseminates replication (and other) data
Council, APSA organized section on state politics and policy, 1992-1994.
Secretary-treasurer and newsletter editor, APSA organized secton on state politics and
Brooks-Cole Best Graduate Student Paper Award committee, Southern Political Science
Association, 1993 (to select the best paper presented at the 1992 annual meetings).
Executive committee member, APSA organized section on Political Organizations and Parties,
Tenure and promotion reviews for University at Buffalo, SUNY (2012), University of New
Mexico (2011), University of Vermont (2011), University of Alabama (2009), University ofTexas,
Austin (2008), University of Mississippi (2005), Binghamton University (2005), University of
Maryland, Baltimore County (2003), Louisiana State University (2004, 2012), University of
Kansas (2007); University of Nebraska(1990); University of Texas, Dallas (1993); University of
Texas, Arlington (1994, 2010); University of North Carolina, Charlotte, (1995; 1999); University
of Pittsburgh (2007); University of Toledo (1998, 2010), West Virginia University (1995, 2007).
Living Learning Community group, 2011-.
Faculty Senate alternate, College of Social Sciences, 2009-2010.
Graduate Policy Committee, January 2009-2011.
Chair, Department of Economics Graduate Policy Committee Review, Fall 2006.
Chair, Department of Political Science experimental social sciences search, 2006-.; Department
of Political Science American politics search, 2004; American politics recruitment committee,
Department of Political Science, 1995
University liberal studies committee, 2004-2006; 2006-2008.
American politics field representative, Political Science graduate committee, 2006-2007.
Organized DeVoe Moore Center Critical Issues Symposium, 2006. Edited nine symposium
papers for publication in refereed journal, Review of Policy Research.
Organized a conference on research in American state politics, DeVoe Moore Center, 2000-2001.
Department of Political Science search committee participation: Health politics search
committee, 2005; American Politics search committee, 2005; public policy, 2002; Eppes
Professor search committee, 2000; American politics search committee, 1998; Comparative
politics search committee, 1998.
University and College search committees: Leroy Collins Professor in Civic Education and
American Politics university search committee, 1999- 2002; College of Social Sciences
Survey Research Laboratory search committee (2 positions), 2000-2001; College of Social
Sciences health economics and epidemiology search committee (3 positions), 2000-2001; .
College of Social Science health services research degree program committee, 2000-.
College of Social Sciences Broad Lecture Series committee, 1999-2004.
Interdisciplinary committee to develop a graduate degree program in aging studies, 1999-2002.
.Department of Political Science, Executive Committee, 1998-1999; 2002-2003.
Department of Political Science Promotion and Tenure Committee, 1998-1999; 2001-2002, 2003-
College of Social Sciences Promotion and Tenure Committee, 1996-1998, 2002-2004.
Faculty Senate, College of Social Sciences member, 1996-1997; 2003-2005.
Intra-university grant proposal (COFRS awards) reviewer, 1996.
President's ad hoc committee to develop a health policy curriculum, 1995.
College of Social Sciences Academic Affairs Committee, Dep't of Political Science
Representative, 1992-1994 (Chair); 1995-1997; 1997-1999; 1999-2000; 2002-2004; 2005-.
Public policy field representative, Political Science Dep't undergraduate committee,
Research methods field representative, Political Science Dep't graduate committee, 1996-
Graduate committee, Askew School, 1993-1995.
University Teaching Incentive Program Award, Florida State University, December 1996.
Award for Early Career Achievement in Research, University of New Orleans, December, 1988.
American, Midwest, and Southern Political Science Associations; Policy Studies Organization.
Place of birth: Galveston, TX; Married: Christine Van Trigt Barrilleaux; two children, Philip (23)
and Peter (20).
References will be furnished upon request.