Richard C. Fording
Richard C. Fording "is Professor of Political Science. He earned his B.A. at the University of Florida (1986), and his Ph.D. from Florida State University (1998). His primary teaching and research interests include public policy, race and politics, state politics, social movements, and quantitative methodology. He is the author or co-author of articles appearing in a variety of journals, including American Political Science Review, American Sociological Review, American Journal of Political Science and Journal of Politics. He has a joint appointment in the Martin School of Public Policy and Administration and is currently serving as Associate Director for the University of Kentucky Center for Poverty Research."  CV
- Nominations Committee, APSA Public Policy Section, 2009
- Editorial Board, Ralph Bunch Journal of Public Affairs
- “Putting Sanctions into Practice: Devolution, Privatization, and Caseworker Discretion in the Florida TANF Program,” with Sanford Schram and Joe Soss. April 2007. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation. (Funded through University of Kentucky Center for Poverty Research, Internal Grants Program). $5,000.
- “Putting Sanctions into Practice: Devolution, Privatization, and Caseworker Discretion in the Florida TANF Program,” with Sanford Schram and Joe Soss. January 2005-December 2006. Annie E. Casey Foundation (Grant # 205.0059). Awarded to conduct field research in Florida one-stop centers, in support of larger project on sanction implementation. $60,000.
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- Richard C. Fording, University of Kentucky, accessed September 28, 2009.