Christopher Faricy’s Research Statement.research-statement-2016


Christopher Faricy. 2015. Welfare for the Wealthy: Parties, Social Spending, and Inequality in the U.S. New York: Cambridge University Press.


Christopher Faricy. 2015. “The Distributive Politics of Tax Expenditures: How Parties use Policy Tools to Distribute Revenue to the Rich and the Poor.” (Forthcoming at Politics, Groups, and Identities) RPGI_A_1066688(2)

with Christopher Ellis. 2014. “Public Attitudes towards Direct Spending vs. Tax Expenditures in the United States.” (Political Behavior (36): 53-76) Faricy & Ellis, PB

with Christopher Ellis. 2011. “Social Policy and Public Opinion: How the Ideological Direction of Spending Influences Public Mood.” (The Journal of Politics  (73):1095-1110) Ellis&Faricy, JOP

Christopher Faricy. 2011. “The Politics of Social Policy in America: The Causes and Effects of Indirect versus Direct Social Spending.” (The Journal of Politics (73):74-83) JOP,73-1,Faricy copy

Michele Hoyman & Christopher Faricy. 2009. “It Takes a Village: A Test of the Creative Class, Social Capital and Human Capital Theories.” (Urban Affairs Review (44): 311-333) Urban Affairs Review-2009-Hoyman-311-33