Review: The Study of Party Politics in the Twenty-First Century
Handbook of Party Politics, edited by Richard S. Katz and William
Sage Publications, London, 2006
D Is Not Enough: Measuring Conditional Party Government, 1887-2002"
in Party, Process, and Political Change in Congress: Further New
Perspectives on the History of Congress
edited by David Brady and Mathew D. McCubbins
Stanford University Press, forthcoming (with David W. Rohde and Michael
and Constituency in the U.S. Senate, 1933-2004"
Prepared for delivery at “Party Effects in the Senate”
Washington Duke Inn, Durham, NC, April 7-8, 2006
(with Michael Brady, Scott de Marchi, Ian McDonald, Brendan Nyhan,
David Rohde and Michael Tofias)
the Electability, Stupid’’ – or Maybe Not? Electability,
Substance, and Strategic Voting in Presidential Primaries”
Electoral Studies, Vol. 26, No. 2, June 2007, 371-380 (with
the Unaffected: Priming opposition to free trade among students in
Canada, Mexico, and the U.S."
(with Jennifer L. Merolla, Laura B. Stephenson and Elizabeth J. Zechmeister)
Congress with a Two-Dimensional Political Space"
Prepared for the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting,
Chicago, Illinois, September 2-5th, 2004. (with David W. Rohde and
and Constituency: How constituents influence conditional party government
and roll call voting"
Prepared for delivery at “Politics through the Lens of Parties,”
a conference in honor of Leon Epstein
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, April 26, 2007
(with Scott de
Marchi, Ian McDonald, Brendan Nyhan, David Rohde and Michael W. Tofias)