Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and Public Administration
Associate Professor, Public Policy Program
Research Clusters: Equality and Opportunity Policy; Governance and Policy Administration
Research Interests: Health Policy; Health Administration; Social Policy; Social Capital, Race and Ethnicity; Public Opinion; Implementation, Regulation; Policy Evaluation
Dr. Chattopadhyay received her PhD in Government and Social Policy from Harvard University. Her interest is in social policy; the politics of health policy (health insurance, Medicare, Medicaid); regulation; legislative-bureaucratic relations; congressional agenda setting; race and ethnic politics; immigrant political incorporation; citizen responses to negative wealth and income shocks; program evaluation; administrative capacity.
Recent and/or Relevant Publications
- Cherie Maestas, Jacqueline Chattopadhyay, Suzanne Leland, and Jaclyn Piatak. Forthcoming. “Fearing Food: The Influence of Risk Perceptions on Public Preference for Uniform and Centralized Risk Regulation.” Policy Studies Journal.
- Jacqueline Chattopadhyay. 2018. State Health Insurance Regulation and Self-Employment Rates After the Great Recession: The Role of Guaranteed Issue Mandates. Economic Development Quarterly 32(1): 78-92.
- Jacqueline Chattopadhyay. 2018. Is the Affordable Care Act Cultivating a Cross-Class Constituency? Income, Partisanship, and a Proposal for Tracing the Contingent Nature of Positive Policy Feedback Effects. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 43(1): 19-67.
- Jacqueline Chattopadhyay. 2017. Is the ACA’s Dependent Coverage Provision Generating Positive Feedback Effects among Young Adults? Poverty & Public Policy 9(1): 42-70.
- Jacqueline Chattopadhyay. 2015. Are Press Depictions of Affordable Care Act Beneficiaries Favorable to Policy Durability? Politics and the Life Sciences 34(2): 7-43.
- Daniel Carpenter, Jacqueline Chattopadhyay, Susan Moffitt, and Clayton Nall. 2012.The Complications of Controlling Agency Time Discretion: FDA Review Deadlines and Postmarket Drug Safety. American Journal of Political Science 56(1): 98-114.
- Jennifer Hochschild, Jacqueline Chattopadhyay, Claudine Gay, and Michael Jones-Correa. 2013. Outsiders No More? Models of Immigrant Political Incorporation. Oxford University Press. Edited volume. View the Table of Contents; Read the Summary
- Health Policy
- Social Policy
- Program Evaluation