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Lilliard Richardson

Lilliard Richardson

Executive Associate Dean
School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Office: BS 3025G
Phone: 317-274-2016
Email: lillrich@iupui.edu

Curriculum Vitae
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Education

  • Ph.D., University of Texas, Government
  • B.A., Missouri State University, International Studies

Professional experience

  • Professor, SPEA IUPUI, 2013-present
  • Professor, Truman School of Public Affairs, University of Missouri, 2007-2012
  • Fulbright Specialist, Universite Libre Bruxelles, Belgium, 2012
  • Visiting Professor, College of Local Administration, Khon Kaen University, Thailand, 2011
  • Visiting Scholar, School of Public Management, Inner Mongolia University, China, 2008-2010
  • Associate Director for Public Policy Research, University of Missouri, 2007-2010
  • Associate Professor, Truman School of Public Affairs, University of Missouri, 2000-2007
  • Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Tennessee, 1996-2000
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Tennessee, 1990-1996
  • Visiting Instructor, Department of Political Science, Duke University, 1989-1990
  • Teaching Assistant, Research Assistant, Department of Government, University of Texas, 1985-1989
  • Legislative Research Assistant, Missouri State Representative Travis Morrison, 1985

Major fields of expertise

  • Traffic safety
  • Electoral systems
  • Health care reform
  • Policy analysis
  • Research methods

Recent intellectual contributions

Refereed journal articles

  • Richardson, Lilliard E., Jr., and David M. Konisky. 2013. “Personal and Collective Evaluations of the 2010 Health Care Reform.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law. 38(5):921-956. DOI: 10.1215/03616878-2334665.
  • Richardson, Lilliard E. and Tansel Yilmazer. 2013. “Understanding the Impact of Health Reform on the States: Expansion of Coverage through Medicaid and Exchanges.” Journal of Consumer Affairs 47(2):191-218. DOI: 10.1111/joca.12005. (American Council on Consumer Interests named it the "Journal of Consumer Affairs Best Article Award of 2013”).
  • Konisky, David M., and Lilliard E. Richardson, Jr. 2012. "Penalizing the Party: Health Care Reform Issue Voting in the 2010 Election." American Politics Research 40(5):903-926.
  • Richardson, Lilliard E., Jr., David M. Konisky, and Jeffrey Milyo. 2012. "Public Approval of State Legislatures." Legislative Studies Quarterly 37(1):99-116. 
  • Neeley, Grant W., and Lilliard E. Richardson, Jr.  2009.  “The Effect of State Regulations on Truck-Crash Fatalities.”  American Journal of Public Health 99(3):408-415. 
  • Richardson, Lilliard E., Jr., and David J. Houston.  2009.  “Federalism and Safety on America’s Highways.”  Publius: The Journal of Federalism 39(1):117-137.
  • Bertelli, Anthony, and Lilliard E. Richardson, Jr.  2008.  “The Behavioral Impact of Drinking and Driving Laws.”  Policy Studies Journal 36(4):545-569.
  • Bertelli, Anthony, and Lilliard E. Richardson, Jr.  2008.  “Ideological Extremism, Branding, and Electoral Systems: Multimember versus Single Member Districts.”  Public Choice 137:347–368. 
  • Konisky, David M., Jeff Milyo, and Lilliard E. Richardson, Jr.  2008.  “Environmental Policy Attitudes: Issues, Geographical Scale, and Political Trust.”  Social Science Quarterly 89(5):1066-1085. 
  • Houston, David J., and Lilliard E. Richardson, Jr.  2008.  "Motorcycle Fatality Rates and Mandatory Helmet-Use Laws."  Accident Analysis and Prevention 40(1):200-208.
  • Houston, David J., and Lilliard E. Richardson, Jr.  2007.  "Risk Compensation or Risk Reduction?: Seat Belts, State Laws, and Traffic Fatalities." Social Science Quarterly 88(4):913-936. 
  • Houston, David J., and Lilliard E. Richardson, Jr.  2007.  "Motorcycle Safety and the Repeal of Universal Helmet Laws." American Journal of Public Health 97(11):2063-2069. 
  • Bertelli, Anthony, and Lilliard E. Richardson, Jr.  2007.  “Measuring the Propensity to Drink and Drive.”  Evaluation Review 31(3):311-337. 
  • Houston, David J., and Lilliard E. Richardson, Jr.  2006.  "Safety Belt Use and the Switch to a Primary Enforcement: 1991-2001."  American Journal of Public Health 96(11):1949-1954. 
  • Houston, David J., and Lilliard E. Richardson, Jr.  2006.  "Reducing Traffic Fatalities in the American States by Upgrading Seat Belt Use Laws to Primary Enforcement."  Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 25(3): 645-659.
  • Cooper, Christopher A., and Lilliard E. Richardson, Jr.  2006.  “Institutions and Representational Roles in American State Legislatures.”  State Politics and Policy Quarterly 6(2):174-194.
  • Richardson, Lilliard E., Jr., and Christopher A. Cooper.  2006.  “Email Communication and the Policy Process in State Legislatures.”  Policy Studies Journal 34(1):113-129.

Professional service

  • President, State Politics and Policy Section, American Political Science Association, 2009-2011
  • Editorial Board, State Politics and Policy Quarterly, 2011-14
  • Editorial Board, American Review of Public Administration, 2003-2009
  • Editorial Board, State and Local Government Review, 2006-2008 
  • Grant Proposal Reviewer, Fund for Scientific Research, Belgium, 2012
  • Grant Proposal Reviewer, University of Missouri Research Board, 2002, 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012
  • Journal Referee, American Journal of Public Health, American Politics Research, American Review of Public AdministrationContemporary Economic Policy, Journal of PoliticsJournal of Public Administration Research and TheoryJournal of Public Policy, Legislative Studies QuarterlyPolitical Research QuarterlyPublic Administration ReviewPubliusSocial Science JournalState Politics and Policy QuarterlyTransportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour
  • Manuscript Referee, Georgetown University Press, 2005, 2011
  • Manuscript Referee, Routledge, 2010, 2011, 2012

Awards and recognition

  • The "Journal of Consumer Affairs Best Article Award of 2013," awarded by the American Council on Consumer Interests for the article, "Understanding the Impact of Health Reform on the States: Expansion of Coverage through Medicaid and Exchanges.”
  • The 2001 Albert Winemiller Faculty Research Prize, for an outstanding application of statistical methodology, awarded to the paper titled "The Change to a Primary Enforcement Seat Belt Law in California: Lessons for a Theory of Policy Design."
  • Distinguished Professor of the Year, 1991-1992, Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society, University of Tennessee chapter.