Scott Minkoff is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at SUNY New Paltz. His research focuses on American local politics, public policy, public goods, and political engagement and strongly emphasizes the use of mapping and spatial statistics. His research focuses how the geography of local policy implementation and social context impact political attitudes and government decisions. Scott is also an Associate Editor at Urban Affairs Review and a contributing author to Ed Greenberg and Benjamin Page’s American politics textbook The Struggle for Democracy.
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Why do some believe the income gap is a problem, while others do not?
By Jeffrey Lyons and Scott Minkoff