Vincent A. Mahler

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Vincent A. Mahler is a professor of Political Science at Loyola University Chicago, where he serves as the Undergraduate Program Director.[1]

Academic history[edit]

Mahler received his B.A. and M.A. from Loyola University Chicago[citation needed] and his PhD from Columbia University.[1] He lives in Park Ridge, Illinois.[2]

Research history[edit]

Mahler's teaching and research interests include comparative social policy, Western European politics, and quantitative methods. His work has been cited by popular media[3] and published in several academic journals.[4][5][6]

Mahler has twice been a guest academic at the Luxembourg Income Study,[citation needed] and wrote a book about his research titled Dependency Approaches to International Political Economy.[7]


  1. ^ a b "Faculty: Vincent Mahler". Department of Political Science. Loyola University Chicago. Retrieved 28 March 2015. 
  2. ^ Mahler, Vincent A. "Vincent A. Mahler". Vita. Self. Address: Prospect Avenue Park Ridge, Illinois 
  3. ^ McElwee, Sean (January 2015). "The Income Gap at the Polls". Politico. Retrieved 28 March 2015. Vincent Mahler of Loyola University, who has studied international voter turnout extensively, determined that both voter turnout and inequality of turnout are strongly correlated with income redistribution. 
  4. ^ Mahler, Vincent A. (March 2008). "Electoral turnout and income redistribution by the state: A cross-national analysis of the developed democracies". European Journal of Political Research. Wiley. 47 (2): 161–183. doi:10.1111/j.1475-6765.2007.00726.x. 
  5. ^ Mahler, Vincent A. (November 2004). "Economic globalization, domestic politics, and income inequality in the developed countries a cross-national study". Comparative Political Studies. Sage. 37 (9): 1025–1053. doi:10.1177/0010414004268849. 
  6. ^ Mahler, Vincent A.; Jesuit, David K. (September 2006). "Fiscal redistribution in the developed countries: new insights from the Luxembourg income study". Socio-Economic Review. Oxford Journals. 4 (3): 483–511. doi:10.1093/ser/mwl003. 
  7. ^ Mahler, Vincent (October 15, 1980). Dependency Approaches to International Political Economy'. Columbia University Press. p. 218. ISBN 0-231-04836-X. Retrieved 28 March 2015. 

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