Publications

Title Author(s) Discipline Publication Yearsort ascending
How Politicians Discount the Opinions of Constituents with Whom They Disagree

Daniel M. Butler and Adam M. Dynes

Political Science American Journal of Political Science 2015
Cluster–Robust Variance Estimation for Dyadic Data

Peter M. Aronow, Cyrus Samii, and Valentina A. Assenova

Political Science Political Analysis 2015
Ideology, Learning, and Policy Diffusion: Experimental Evidence

Daniel M. Butler, Craig Volden, Adam M. Dynes, Boris Shor

Political Science American Journal of Political Science 2015
Signaling and Counter-Signaling in the Judicial Hierarchy: An Empirical Analysis of En Banc Review

Deborah Beim, Alexander V. Hirsch, Jonathan P. Kastellec

Political Science American Journal of Political Science 2015
Out of Balance: Medicare, Interest Groups, and American Politics

Jacob S. Hacker

Political Science Generations 2015
Bargaining Power in the Supreme Court: Evidence from Opinion Assignment and Vote Switching

Jeffrey R. Lax and Kelly Rader

Political Science Journal of Politics 2015
Robert A. Dahl: Questions, Concepts, Proving it

David R. Mayhew

Political Science Journal of Political Power 2015
Experiments in International Relations: Lab, Survey, and Field

Susan D. Hyde

Political Science Annual Review of Political Science 2015
Does Regression Produce Representative Estimates of Causal Effects?

Peter M. Aronow and Cyrus Samii

Political Science American Journal of Political Science 2015
No Cost for Extremism: Why the GOP Hasn't (Yet) Paid For Its March to the Right

Jacob S. Hacker and Paul Pierson

Political Science 2015
The Primacy of Race in the Geography of Income-Based Voting: New Evidence from Public Voting Records

Eitan D. Hersh and Clayton Nall

Political Science American Journal of Political Science 2015
Party Activists as Campaign Advertisers: The Ground Campaign as a Principal-Agent Problem

Ryan D. Enos and Eitan D. Hersh

Political Science American Political Science Review 2015
Applying Group Audits to Problem-Oriented Policing

Michael Sierra-Arevalo and Andrew V. Papachristos

Interdisciplinary 2015
Do Better Committee Assignments Meaningfully Benefit Legislators? Evidence from a Randomized Experiment in the Arkansas State Legislature

David E. Broockman and Daniel M. Butler

Political Science Journal of Experimental Political Science 2015
Support for Redistribution in an Age of Rising Inequality: New Stylized Facts and Some Tentative Explanations

Vivekinan Ashok, Ilyana Kuziemko, and Ebonya Washington

Interdisciplinary 2015
Partisanship and the Allocation of Federal Spending: Do Same-Party Legislators or Voters Benefit from Shared Party Affiliation with the President and House Majority?

Adam M. Dynes and Gregory A. Huber

Political Science American Political Science Review 2015
A Note on Close Elections and Regression Analysis of the Party Incumbency Advantage

Peter M. Aronow, David R. Mayhew and Winston Lin

Political Science Statistics, Politics, and Policy 2015
From Cell Phones to Conflict? Reflections on the Emerging ICT-Political Conflict Research Agenda

Allan Dafoe and Jason Lyall

Political Science Journal of Peace Research 2015
Who Makes Voting Convenient? Explaining the Adoption of Early and No-Excuse Absentee Voting in the American States

Daniel R. Biggers and Michael J. Hanmer

Political Science State Politics & Policy Quarterly 2015
Open Trade, Closed Borders Immigration in the Era of Globalization

Margaret E. Peters

Political Science World Politics 2015

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