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October 2022, Volume 10, Issue 4
- 677-702 The politics of accountability in Supreme Court nominations: voter recall and assessment of senator votes on nominees
by Bass, Leeann & Cameron, Charles M. & Kastellec, Jonathan P.
- 703-721 Taking dyads seriously
by Minhas, Shahryar & Dorff, Cassy & Gallop, Max B. & Foster, Margaret & Liu, Howard & Tellez, Juan & Ward, Michael D.
- 722-738 The lure of the private sector: career prospects affect selection out of Congress
by Egerod, Benjamin C. K.
- 739-758 After defeat: how governing parties respond to electoral loss
by Margalit, Yotam & Slough, Tara & Ting, Michael M.
- 759-775 Belief in territorial indivisibility and public preferences for dispute resolution
by Fang, Songying & Li, Xiaojun & Tago, Atsushi & Chiba, Daina
- 776-792 Politicians unleashed? Political communication on Twitter and in parliament in Western Europe
by Castanho Silva, Bruno & Proksch, Sven-Oliver
- 793-805 Justice-level heterogeneity in certiorari voting: US Supreme Court October terms 1939, 1968, and 1982
by Caldeira, Gregory A. & Lempert, Daniel
- 806-822 Estimating the locations of voters, politicians, policy outcomes, and status quos on a common scale
by Battista, James Coleman & Peress, Michael & Richman, Jesse
- 823-830 Household education gaps and gender role attitudes
by Giani, Marco & Hope, David & Skorge, Øyvind Søraas
- 831-839 Greater public confidence in the US Supreme Court predicts more jurisdiction stripping
by Ura, Joseph Daniel & Wohlfarth, Patrick C.
- 840-847 From principles to practice: methods to increase the transparency of research ethics in violent contexts
by Baron, Hannah & Young, Lauren E.
- 848-856 Back to “normal”: the short-lived impact of an online NGO campaign of government discrimination in Hungary
by Simonovits, Gabor & Simonovits, Bori & Vig, Adam & Hobot, Peter & Nemeth, Renata & Csomor, Gabor
- 857-869 Detecting true relationships in time series data with different orders of integration
by Enns, Peter K. & Moehlecke, Carolina & Wlezien, Christopher
- 870-878 Hypothesis testing with error correction models
by Kraft, Patrick W. & Key, Ellen M. & Lebo, Matthew J.
- 879-889 How to avoid incorrect inferences (while gaining correct ones) in dynamic models
by Philips, Andrew Q.
- 890-900 Equation balance in time series analysis: lessons learned and lessons needed
by Pickup, Mark
- 901-901 Belief in Territorial Indivisibility and Public Preferences for Dispute Resolution – CORRIGENDUM
by Fang, Songying & Li, Xiaojun & Tago, Atsushi & Chiba, Daina
July 2022, Volume 10, Issue 3
- 453-469 The durable differential deterrent effects of strict photo identification laws
by Grimmer, Justin & Yoder, Jesse
- 470-487 Misattributed blame? Attitudes toward globalization in the age of automation
by Wu, Nicole
- 488-506 Interest group lobbying and partisan polarization in the United States: 1999–2016
by Garlick, Alex
- 507-523 Divisive jobs: three facets of risk, precarity, and redistribution
by Pahontu, Raluca L.
- 524-544 How the refugee crisis and radical right parties shape party competition on immigration
by Gessler, Theresa & Hunger, Sophia
- 545-566 Hard traveling: unemployment and road infrastructure in the shadow of political conflict
by Abrahams, Alexei Sisulu
- 567-583 Can political speech foster tolerance of immigrants?
by Schleiter, Petra & Tavits, Margit & Ward, Dalston
- 584-600 Follow the majority? How voters coordinate electoral support to secure club goods
by Duell, Dominik
- 601-616 Strategic government communication about performance
by de Benedictis-Kessner, Justin
- 617-633 What's in a buzzword? A systematic review of the state of populism research in political science
by Hunger, Sophia & Paxton, Fred
- 634-641 Detecting anomalies in data on government violence
by Bond, Kanisha D. & Conrad, Courtenay R. & Moses, Dylan & Simmons, Joel W.
- 642-650 Human or not? Political rhetoric and foreign policy attitudes
by Utych, Stephen M.
- 651-658 How transnational party alliances influence national parties' policies
by Senninger, Roman & Bischof, Daniel & Ezrow, Lawrence
- 659-666 Case selection and Supreme Court pivots
by Sasso, Greg & Judd, Gleason
- 667-674 Backscratching in banks: political cycles in bank manager appointments
by Markgraf, Jonas
- 675-675 Beaten ballots: political participation dynamics amidst police interventions – CORRIGENDUM
by Rodon, Toni & Guinjoan, Marc
April 2022, Volume 10, Issue 2
- 227-242 Bargaining outcomes and success in EU economic governance reforms
by Franchino, Fabio & Mariotto, Camilla
- 243-259 Complex dependence in foreign direct investment: network theory and empirical analysis
by Schoeneman, John & Zhu, Boliang & Desmarais, Bruce A.
- 260-278 Retrospection, fairness, and economic shocks: how do voters judge policy responses to natural disasters?
by Bechtel, Michael M. & Mannino, Massimo
- 279-297 Backlash to policy decisions: how citizens react to immigrants' rights to demonstrate
by Traunmüller, Richard & Helbling, Marc
- 298-316 When growth is not enough: inequality, economic gains, and executive approval
by Carlin, Ryan E. & Hellwig, Timothy & Love, Gregory J. & Martínez-Gallardo, Cecilia & Singer, Matthew M.
- 317-332 How government-controlled media shifts policy attitudes through framing
by Pan, Jennifer & Shao, Zijie & Xu, Yiqing
- 333-352 Transformed-likelihood estimators for dynamic panel models with a very small T
by Pickup, Mark & Hopkins, Vincent
- 353-371 The grapevine effect in sensitive data collection: examining response patterns in support for violent extremism
by McCauley, John & Finkel, Steven & Neureiter, Michael & Belasco, Christopher
- 372-390 Point break: using machine learning to uncover a critical mass in women's representation
by Funk, Kendall D. & Paul, Hannah L. & Philips, Andrew Q.
- 391-407 Sidestepping primary reform: political action in response to institutional change
by Hill, Seth J.
- 408-418 Analyzing the cross-national comparability of party positions on the socio-cultural and EU dimensions in Europe
by Bakker, Ryan & Jolly, Seth & Polk, Jonathan
- 419-427 The effect of drone strikes on civilian communication: evidence from Yemen
by Christia, Fotini & Zoumpoulis, Spyros I. & Freedman, Michael & Yao, Leon & Jadbabaie, Ali
- 428-437 Separation and Rare Events
by Beiser-McGrath, Liam F.
- 438-444 How many major US laws delegate to federal agencies? (almost) all of them
by Clouser McCann, Pamela J. & Shipan, Charles R.
- 445-451 Are voters' views about proportional outcomes shaped by partisan preferences? A survey experiment in the context of a real election
by Blais, André & Sevi, Semra & Plescia, Carolina
January 2022, Volume 10, Issue 1
- 1-17 External threat environments and individual bias against female leaders
by Kim, Nam Kyu & Kang, Alice J.
- 18-32 Do campaign contributions buy favorable policies? Evidence from the insurance industry
by Fouirnaies, Alexander & Fowler, Anthony
- 33-48 How corruption investigations undermine regime support: evidence from China
by Wang, Yuhua & Dickson, Bruce J.
- 49-67 The Supreme Court as an electoral issue: evidence from three studies
by Badas, Alex & Simas, Elizabeth
- 68-81 Surrounded and threatened: how neighborhood composition reduces ethnic voting through intimidation
by Enamorado, Ted & Kosterina, Svetlana
- 82-96 Divided government, delegation, and civil service reform
by Ash, Elliott & Morelli, Massimo & Vannoni, Matia
- 97-115 A new geography of civil war: a machine learning approach to measuring the zones of armed conflicts
by Kikuta, Kyosuke
- 116-135 The polarization dynamics of electoral reforms
by Peskowitz, Zachary & Szewczyk, James
- 136-152 Thin-skinned leaders: regime legitimation, protest issues, and repression in autocracies
by Keremoğlu, Eda & Hellmeier, Sebastian & Weidmann, Nils B.
- 153-170 Beaten ballots: political participation dynamics amidst police interventions
by Rodon, Toni & Guinjoan, Marc
- 171-187 Nativist policy: the comparative effects of Trumpian politics on migration decisions
by Duch, Raymond M & Laroze, Denise & Reinprecht, Constantin & Robinson, Thomas S
- 188-197 The direct election of senators and the emergence of the modern presidency
by Gray, Thomas R. & Jenkins, Jeffery A. & Potter, Philip B.K.
- 198-205 Betting on the underdog: the influence of social networks on vote choice
by Fredén, Annika & Rheault, Ludovic & Indridason, Indridi H.
- 206-214 Partisan media effects beyond one-shot experimental designs
by Searles, Kathleen & Darr, Joshua P. & Sui, Mingxiao & Kalmoe, Nathan & Pingree, Raymond & Watson, Brian
- 215-225 Political alignment between firms and employees in the United States: evidence from a new dataset
by Stuckatz, Jan
October 2021, Volume 9, Issue 4
- 675-692 A tale of two peoples: motivated reasoning in the aftermath of the Brexit Vote
by Sorace, Miriam & Hobolt, Sara Binzer
- 693-708 Authoritarian media and diversionary threats: lessons from 30 years of Syrian state discourse
by Alrababa'h, Ala’ & Blaydes, Lisa
- 709-727 Are voters too afraid to tackle corruption? Survey and experimental evidence from Mexico
by García-Ponce, Omar & Zeitzoff, Thomas & Wantchekon, Leonard
- 728-744 Islam, gender segregation, and political engagement: evidence from an experiment in Tunisia
by Bush, Sarah Sunn & Prather, Lauren
- 745-759 In defense of a divided opposition: programmatic distribution and ethnic minor party support
by Carlson, Elizabeth
- 760-778 A duration estimator for a continuous time war of attrition game
by Boehmke, Frederick J. & Dion, Douglas & Shipan, Charles R.
- 779-799 Justice for sale: political crises and legal development
by Simpson, Hannah K.
- 800-817 Polling place changes and political participation: evidence from North Carolina presidential elections, 2008–2016
by Clinton, Joshua D. & Eubank, Nick & Fresh, Adriane & Shepherd, Michael E.
- 818-831 Gender and policy persuasion
by Anderson-Nilsson, Georgia & Clayton, Amanda
- 832-848 Analyzing decision records from committees
by Marbach, Moritz
- 849-856 Voting at 16: Does lowering the voting age lead to more political engagement? Evidence from a quasi-experiment in the city of Ghent (Belgium)
by Stiers, Dieter & Hooghe, Marc & Dassonneville, Ruth
- 857-866 Value extremity contributes to affective polarization in the US
by Enders, Adam M. & Lupton, Robert N.
- 867-877 The conditional nature of publication bias: a meta-regression analysis
by Owen, Erica & Li, Quan
- 878-888 Conventional and unconventional participation in Latin America: a hierarchical latent class approach
by Alvarez, R. Michael & Katz, Gabriel & Levin, Ines & Núñez, Lucas
- 889-898 How responsive is Trade Adjustment Assistance?
by Kim, Sung Eun & Pelc, Krzysztof
July 2021, Volume 9, Issue 3
- 451-467 Crisis signaling: how Italy's coronavirus lockdown affected incumbent support in other European countries
by De Vries, Catherine E. & Bakker, Bert N. & Hobolt, Sara B. & Arceneaux, Kevin
- 468-484 Do natural disasters help the environment? How voters respond and what that means
by Baccini, Leonardo & Leemann, Lucas
- 485-499 Electoral reforms and the representativeness of turnout
by Bechtel, Michael M. & Schmid, Lukas
- 500-518 Does Social Media Promote Civic Activism? A Field Experiment with a Civic Campaign
by Foos, Florian & Kostadinov, Lyubomir & Marinov, Nikolay & Schimmelfennig, Frank
- 519-531 Disproportionality in media representations of campaign negativity
by Nyhuis, Dominic & Song, Hyunjin & Boomgaarden, Hajo
- 532-548 Extreme districts, moderate winners: Same-party challenges, and deterrence in top-two primaries
by Crosson, Jesse
- 549-564 Estimating logit models with small samples
by Rainey, Carlisle & McCaskey, Kelly
- 565-582 Estimating signaling games in international relations: problems and solutions
by Crisman-Cox, Casey & Gibilisco, Michael
- 583-598 Descriptive representation and public support for Supreme Court nominees
by Kaslovsky, Jaclyn & Rogowski, Jon C. & Stone, Andrew R.
- 599-614 Rivals within: political factions, loyalty, and elite competition under authoritarianism
by Chen, Ting & Hong, Ji Yeon
- 615-626 The role of affective orientations in promoting perceived polarization
by Armaly, Miles T. & Enders, Adam M.
- 627-640 Shared interests foster interethnic cooperation among politicians
by Butler, Daniel & Tavits, Margit
- 641-649 Causal interaction and effect modification: same model, different concepts
by Keele, Luke & Stevenson, Randolph T.
- 650-657 Endogenous democracy: causal evidence from the potato productivity shock in the old world
by Barceló, Joan & Rosas, Guillermo
- 658-664 Longevity returns to political office
by Barfort, Sebastian & Klemmensen, Robert & Larsen, Erik Gahner
- 665-674 Estimating slim-majority effects in US state legislatures with a regression discontinuity design under local randomization assumptions
by De Magalhães, Leandro
April 2021, Volume 9, Issue 2
- 223-241 City limits to partisan polarization in the American public
by Jensen, Amalie & Marble, William & Scheve, Kenneth & Slaughter, Matthew J.
- 242-258 Partisan selective exposure in online news consumption: evidence from the 2016 presidential campaign
by Peterson, Erik & Goel, Sharad & Iyengar, Shanto
- 259-274 Fiscal rules and electoral turnout
by Aaskoven, Lasse
- 275-291 No calm after the storm—diaspora influence on bilateral emergency aid flows
by Platte, Hendrik
- 292-311 Quitting globalization: trade-related job losses, nationalism, and resistance to FDI in the United States
by Feng, Yilang & Kerner, Andrew & Sumner, Jane L.
- 312-326 The electoral implications of politically irrelevant cues under demanding electoral systems
by Muraoka, Taishi
- 327-344 Economic distress and voting: evidence from the subprime mortgage crisis
by Hall, Andrew B. & Yoder, Jesse & Karandikar, Nishant
- 345-364 Media with reputational concerns: yes men or watchdogs?
by Sheen, Greg Chih-Hsin
- 365-379 Campaign finance legislation and the supply-side of the revolving door
by Weschle, Simon
- 380-397 Statistical inference for multilayer networks in political science
by Chen, Ted Hsuan Yun
- 398-413 Technology and protest: the political effects of electronic voting in India
by Desai, Zuheir & Lee, Alexander
- 414-429 How valuable is a legislative seat? Incumbency effects in the Argentine Chamber of Deputies
by Micozzi, Juan Pablo & Lucardi, Adrián
- 430-437 Using screeners to measure respondent attention on self-administered surveys: Which items and how many?
by Berinsky, Adam J. & Margolis, Michele F. & Sances, Michael W. & Warshaw, Christopher
- 438-444 Propaganda to persuade
by Yu, Tinghua
- 445-450 It's a (coarsened exact) match! Non-parametric imputation of European abstainers' vote
by Bol, Damien & Giani, Marco
January 2021, Volume 9, Issue 1
- 1-19 The latent characteristics that structure autocratic rule
by Wright, Joseph
- 20-35 Corpus-based dictionaries for sentiment analysis of specialized vocabularies
by Rice, Douglas R. & Zorn, Christopher
- 36-52 Wheeling and dealing behind closed doors: estimating the causal effect of transparency on policy evaluations using a survey experiment
by Juhl, Sebastian & Hilpert, David
- 53-71 Beyond the breaking point? Survey satisficing in conjoint experiments
by Bansak, Kirk & Hainmueller, Jens & Hopkins, Daniel J. & Yamamoto, Teppei
- 72-88 Political representation and effects of municipal mergers
by Harjunen, Oskari & Saarimaa, Tuukka & Tukiainen, Janne
- 89-105 A latent variable approach to measuring and explaining peace agreement strength
by Williams, Rob & Gustafson, Daniel J. & Gent, Stephen E. & Crescenzi, Mark J. C.
- 106-121 Repressed productive potential and revolt: insights from an insurgency in Burundi
by Samii, Cyrus & West, Emily A.
- 122-139 We need to go deeper: measuring electoral violence using convolutional neural networks and social media
by Muchlinski, David & Yang, Xiao & Birch, Sarah & Macdonald, Craig & Ounis, Iadh
- 140-156 Interpretation: the final spatial frontier
by Whitten, Guy D. & Williams, Laron K. & Wimpy, Cameron
- 157-171 Automated dictionary generation for political eventcoding
by Radford, Benjamin J.
- 172-179 Placebo statements in list experiments: Evidence from a face-to-face survey in Singapore
by Riambau, Guillem & Ostwald, Kai
- 180-188 All Keynesians now? Public support for countercyclical government borrowing
by Barnes, Lucy & Hicks, Timothy
- 189-196 Policy over party: comparing the effects of candidate ideology and party on affective polarization
by Lelkes, Yphtach
- 197-205 Estimating subnational preferences across the European Union
by Lipps, Jana & Schraff, Dominik
- 206-214 Candidate traits in elections: when good news for selection is bad news for accountability
by Schnakenberg, Keith
- 215-222 Missing the Target? Using Surveys to Validate Social Media Ad Targeting
by Sances, Michael W.
October 2020, Volume 8, Issue 4
- 597-613 Discrimination in public accommodations
by Harvey, Anna & West, Emily A.
- 614-629 The shape of and solutions to the MTurk quality crisis
by Kennedy, Ryan & Clifford, Scott & Burleigh, Tyler & Waggoner, Philip D. & Jewell, Ryan & Winter, Nicholas J. G.
- 630-645 Direct democracy and government size: evidence from Spain
by Sanz, Carlos
- 646-661 Spatial interdependence and instrumental variable models
by Betz, Timm & Cook, Scott J. & Hollenbach, Florian M.
- 662-676 Between strategy and protest: how policy demand, political dissatisfaction and strategic incentives matter for far-right voting
by Cohen, Denis
- 677-691 Bridging the pond: measuring policy positions in the United States and Europe
by Struthers, Cory L. & Hare, Christopher & Bakker, Ryan
- 692-706 Bringing party organization back in: a comparative analysis of party representation in Europe
by Giger, Nathalie & Schumacher, Gijs
- 707-730 Problems with products? Control strategies for models with interaction and quadratic effects
by Beiser-McGrath, Janina & Beiser-McGrath, Liam F.
- 731-746 Online coders, open codebooks: New opportunities for content analysis of political communication
by Winter, Nicholas J. G. & Hughes, Adam G. & Sanders, Lynn M.
- 747-763 Spatial Tools for Case Selection: Using LISA Statistics to Design Mixed-Methods Research
by Ingram, Matthew C & Harbers, Imke
- 764-771 Are election results more unpredictable? A forecasting test
by Nadeau, Richard & Dassonneville, Ruth & Lewis-Beck, Michael S. & Mongrain, Philippe
- 772-779 Oil income and the personalization of autocratic politics
by Fails, Matthew D.
- 780-794 Defining racial and ethnic context with geolocation data
by Moore, Ryan T. & Reeves, Andrew
- 795-802 The electoral cycle effect in parliamentary democracies
by Müller, Stefan & Louwerse, Tom
- 803-810 Following Through on an Intention to Vote: Present Bias and Turnout
by Hill, Seth J.
July 2020, Volume 8, Issue 3
- 391-408 Estimating controlled direct effects through marginal structural models
by Torres, Michelle
- 409-424 Intra-cabinet politics and fiscal governance in times of austerity
by Herzog, Alexander & Jankin Mikhaylov, Slava
- 425-443 Historical state stability and economic development in Europe
by Harish, S.P. & Paik, Christopher
- 444-458 Bridging Spatial and Saliency Theory: Party Size and Issue Selection in Campaigns
by Basu, Chitralekha
- 459-476 Do Elections Improve Constituency Responsiveness? Evidence from US Cities
by Christensen, Darin & Ejdemyr, Simon
- 477-492 Do voters prefer gender stereotypic candidates? evidence from a conjoint survey experiment in Japan
by Ono, Yoshikuni & Yamada, Masahiro
- 493-508 The motivational basis of constituency work: how intrinsic and extrinsic motivations interact
by Giger, Nathalie & Lanz, Simon & de Vries, Catherine
- 509-525 Globalization and comparative compositional inequality
by Philips, Andrew Q. & Souza, Flávio D. S. & Whitten, Guy D.
- 526-542 Causal modeling with multi-value and fuzzy-set Coincidence Analysis
by Baumgartner, Michael & Ambühl, Mathias
- 543-557 The 50 American States in Space and Time: Applying Conditionally Autoregressive Models
by Jackson, Joshua L. & Monogan, James E.
- 558-564 Quota sampling using Facebook advertisements
by Zhang, Baobao & Mildenberger, Matto & Howe, Peter D. & Marlon, Jennifer & Rosenthal, Seth A. & Leiserowitz, Anthony
- 565-570 Legislative Activity and Private Benefits: A Natural Experiment in New Zealand
by Morelli, Massimo & Osnabrügge, Moritz & Vannoni, Matia
- 571-579 Political cultures: measuring values heterogeneity
by Blaydes, Lisa & Grimmer, Justin
- 580-588 When Experts Disagree: Response Aggregation and its Consequences in Expert Surveys
by Lindstädt, René & Proksch, Sven-Oliver & Slapin, Jonathan B.
- 589-596 Social democratic representation and welfare spending: a quantitative case study
by Finseraas, Henning
April 2020, Volume 8, Issue 2
- 197-214 Trade and redistribution: trade politics and the origins of progressive taxation
by Barnes, Lucy
- 215-231 Does residential sorting explain geographic polarization?
by Martin, Gregory J. & Webster, Steven W.
- 232-250 Recruiting large online samples in the United States and India: Facebook, Mechanical Turk, and Qualtrics
by Boas, Taylor C. & Christenson, Dino P. & Glick, David M.
- 251-267 An intra-party account of electoral system choice
by SchrÃ¶der, Valentin & Manow, Philip
- 268-284 How gender affects the efficacy of discussion as an information shortcut
by Krupnikov, Yanna & Milita, Kerri & Ryan, John Barry & Connors, Elizabeth C.
- 285-300 Choices that matter: Coalition formation and partiesâ€™ ideological reputations
by FalcÃ³-Gimeno, Albert & Fernandez-Vazquez, Pablo
- 301-314 Comparative politics and causal evaluation of structural reforms: the case of the UK national minimum wage introduction
by KÃ¶nig, Thomas & Ropers, Guido & Buchmann, Anika
- 315-328 Voting for the lesser evil: evidence from a conjoint experiment in Romania
by Mares, Isabela & Visconti, Giancarlo
- 329-343 Fiscal deficits and executive planning horizons
by Seiferling, Mike
- 344-355 How Labor Market Inequality Transforms Mass Politics
by HÃ¤usermann, Silja & Kemmerling, Achim & Rueda, David
- 356-361 Three approaches to labor-market vulnerability and political preferences
by Marx, Paul & Picot, Georg
- 362-368 The Political Consequences of Labor Market Dualization: Labor Market Status, Occupational Unemployment and Policy Preferences
by Vlandas, Tim
- 369-374 Labor market insecurity among the middle class: a cross-pressured group
by Schwander, Hanna
- 375-379 Dualization, stratification, liberalization, or what? An attempt to clarify the conceptual underpinnings of the dualization debate
by Busemeyer, Marius & Kemmerling, Achim
- 380-385 Dualization and Electoral Realignment
by HÃ¤usermann, Silja
- 386-390 The Future of Welfare State Politics
by Rehm, Philipp
January 2020, Volume 8, Issue 1
- 1-13 The causal interpretation of estimated associations in regression models
by Keele, Luke & Stevenson, Randolph T. & Elwert, Felix
- 14-29 Voter uncertainty, political institutions, and legislative turnover
by Krupnikov, Yanna & Shipan, Charles R.
- 30-44 The electoral costs of policy commitments
by Betz, Timm
- 45-59 Electoral competition after party splits
by Ibenskas, Raimondas
- 60-74 Jumping Ship or Jumping on the Bandwagon: When Do Local Politicians Support National Candidates?
by Rosas, Guillermo & Lucardi, AdriÃ¡n
- 75-91 Identifying voter preferences for politiciansâ€™ personal attributes: a conjoint experiment in Japan
by Horiuchi, Yusaku & Smith, Daniel M. & Yamamoto, Teppei
- 92-105 Fixed effects in rare events data: a penalized maximum likelihood solution
by Cook, Scott J. & Hays, Jude C. & Franzese, Robert J.
- 106-122 A textual Taylor rule: estimating central bank preferences combining topic and scaling methods
by Baerg, Nicole & Lowe, Will
- 123-135 Measuring networks in the field
by Larson, Jennifer M. & Lewis, Janet I.
- 136-148 When BLUE is not best: non-normal errors and the linear model
by Baissa, Daniel K. & Rainey, Carlisle
- 149-159 The sensitivity of sensitivity analysis
by PlÃ¼mper, Thomas & TraunmÃ¼ller, Richard
- 160-168 Maps in Peopleâ€™s Heads: Assessing a New Measure of Context
by Wong, Cara & Bowers, Jake & Rubenson, Daniel & Fredrickson, Mark & Rundlett, Ashlea
- 169-177 Information credibility and responses to corruption: a replication and extension in Argentina
by Winters, Matthew S. & Weitz-Shapiro, Rebecca
- 178-187 Patterns of disagreement in indicators of state repression
by Cope, Kevin L. & Crabtree, Charles & Fariss, Christopher J.
- 188-195 Is political knowledge unique?
by Burnett, Craig M. & McCubbins, Mathew D.
October 2019, Volume 7, Issue 4
- 661-678 How Newspapers Reveal Political Power
by Ban, Pamela & Fouirnaies, Alexander & Hall, Andrew B & Snyder, James M
- 679-697 Contested Ground: Disentangling Material and Symbolic Attachment to Disputed Territory
by Manekin, Devorah & Grossman, Guy & Mitts, Tamar
- 699-715 Engendering Bilateralism: An Exploration of Possible Sources of Non-Centrism in Government Formation
by Warwick, Paul V.
- 717-735 Immigration and Support for Social Policy: An Experimental Comparison of Universal and Means-Tested Programs
by MuÃ±oz, Jordi & Pardos-Prado, Sergi
- 737-755 On the Dynamics of Ideological Identification: The Puzzle of Liberal Identification Decline
by Coggins, Elizabeth & Stimson, James A.
- 757-774 It Sounds Like They are Moving: Understanding and Modeling Emphasis-Based Policy Change
by Meyer, Thomas M. & Wagner, Markus
- 775-794 Geography, Uncertainty, and Polarization
by McCarty, Nolan & Rodden, Jonathan & Shor, Boris & Tausanovitch, Chris & Warshaw, Christopher
- 795-813 Economic Perceptions and Electoral Choices: A Design-Based Approach
by Visconti, Giancarlo
- 815-834 Elites Tweet to Get Feet Off the Streets: Measuring Regime Social Media Strategies During Protest
by Munger, Kevin & Bonneau, Richard & Nagler, Jonathan & Tucker, Joshua A.
- 835-851 Attitudes Toward Economic Inequality: The Illusory Agreement
by Pedersen, Rasmus T. & Mutz, Diana C.
- 853-870 The Logic of Authoritarian Political Selection: Evidence from a Conjoint Experiment in China
by Liu, Hanzhang
- 871-888 Lost in Space: Geolocation in Event Data
by Lee, Sophie J. & Liu, Howard & Ward, Michael D.
- 889-902 Modeling-Related Processes With an Excess of Zeros
by Carlson, David