EconPapers    
Economics at your fingertips  
 

Political Analysis

1999 - 2020

From Cambridge University Press
Cambridge University Press, UPH, Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge CB2 8BS UK.

Bibliographic data for series maintained by Keith Waters ().

Access Statistics for this journal.
Track citations for all items by RSS feed
Is something missing from the series or not right? See the RePEc data check for the archive and series.


Volume 16, issue 4, 2008

Introduction to the Special Issue: The Statistical Analysis of Political Text pp. 351-355 Downloads
Burt L. Monroe and Philip A. Schrodt
Understanding Wordscores pp. 356-371 Downloads
Will Lowe
Fightin' Words: Lexical Feature Selection and Evaluation for Identifying the Content of Political Conflict pp. 372-403 Downloads
Burt L. Monroe, Michael P. Colaresi and Kevin M. Quinn
Does Deliberation Matter in FOMC Monetary Policymaking? The Volcker Revolution of 1979 pp. 404-427 Downloads
Andrew Bailey and Cheryl Schonhardt-Bailey
Parsing, Semantic Networks, and Political Authority Using Syntactic Analysis to Extract Semantic Relations from Dutch Newspaper Articles pp. 428-446 Downloads
Wouter van Atteveldt, Jan Kleinnijenhuis and Nel Ruigrok
Lexical Cohesion Analysis of Political Speech pp. 447-463 Downloads
Beata Beigman Klebanov, Daniel Diermeier and Eyal Beigman
Coding Disaggregated Intrastate Conflict: Machine Processing the Behavior of Substate Actors Over Time and Space pp. 464-477 Downloads
Stephen M. Shellman

Volume 16, issue 3, 2008

Pass the Pork: Measuring Legislator Shares in Congress pp. 235-249 Downloads
Benjamin E. Lauderdale
Strategic Interaction and Interstate Crises: A Bayesian Quantal Response Estimator for Incomplete Information Games pp. 250-273 Downloads
Justin Esarey, Bumba Mukherjee and Will H. Moore
Modeling Committee Chair Selection in the U.S. House of Representatives pp. 274-289 Downloads
Damon M. Cann
Model Specification in Instrumental-Variables Regression pp. 290-302 Downloads
Thad Dunning
Legislative Productivity of the U.S. Congress, 1789–2004 pp. 303-323 Downloads
J. Tobin Grant and Nathan J. Kelly
Two Sides of the Same Coin? Employing Granger Causality Tests in a Time Series Cross-Section Framework pp. 324-344 Downloads
M. V. Hood, Quentin Kidd and Irwin L. Morris
Wouldn't It Be Nice …? The Automatic Unbiasedness of OLS (and GLS) pp. 345-349 Downloads
Robert C. Luskin

Volume 16, issue 2, 2008

The Constrained Instability of Majority Rule: Experiments on the Robustness of the Uncovered Set pp. 115-137 Downloads
William T. Bianco, Michael S. Lynch, Gary J. Miller and Itai Sened
Analysis of Cluster-Randomized Experiments: A Comparison of Alternative Estimation Approaches pp. 138-152 Downloads
Donald P. Green and Lynn Vavreck
Is Partial-Dimension Convergence a Problem for Inferences from MCMC Algorithms? pp. 153-178 Downloads
Jeff Gill
Testing the Predictions of the Multidimensional Spatial Voting Model with Roll Call Data pp. 179-196 Downloads
Gyung-Ho Jeong
Comparing Legislators and Legislatures: The Dynamics of Legislative Gridlock Reconsidered pp. 197-212 Downloads
Fang-Yi Chiou and Lawrence S. Rothenberg
Taking the Measure of Congress: Reply to Chiou and Rothenberg pp. 213-225 Downloads
Sarah A. Binder
The Search for Comparability: Response to Binder pp. 226-233 Downloads
Fang-Yi Chiou and Lawrence S. Rothenberg

Volume 16, issue 1, 2008

Expert Opinion, Agency Characteristics, and Agency Preferences pp. 3-20 Downloads
Joshua D. Clinton and David E. Lewis
Statistical Backwards Induction: A Simple Method for Estimating Recursive Strategic Models pp. 21-40 Downloads
Muhammet Ali Bas, Curtis S. Signorino and Robert W. Walker
Bayesian and Likelihood Inference for 2 × 2 Ecological Tables: An Incomplete-Data Approach pp. 41-69 Downloads
Kosuke Imai, Ying Lu and Aaron Strauss
Ignoramus, Ignorabimus? On Uncertainty in Ecological Inference pp. 70-92 Downloads
Martin Elff, Thomas Gschwend and Ron Johnston
A Robust Transformation Procedure for Interpreting Political Text pp. 93-100 Downloads
Lanny W. Martin and Georg Vanberg
Compared to What? A Comment on “A Robust Transformation Procedure for Interpreting Political Text†by Martin and Vanberg pp. 101-111 Downloads
Kenneth Benoit and Michael Laver
Reply to Benoit and Laver pp. 112-114 Downloads
Lanny W. Martin and Georg Vanberg

Volume 15, issue 4, 2007

Improving Data Quality: Actors, Incentives, and Capabilities pp. 365-386 Downloads
Yoshiko M. Herrera and Devesh Kapur
Bayesian Approaches for Limited Dependent Variable Change Point Problems pp. 387-405 Downloads
Arthur Spirling
Simulating Models of Issue Voting pp. 406-427 Downloads
Stuart Elaine Macdonald, George Rabinowitz and Ola Listhaug
Does Voting by Mail Increase Participation? Using Matching to Analyze a Natural Experiment pp. 428-445 Downloads
Thad Kousser and Megan Mullin
The Effect of Education on Voter Turnout pp. 446-464 Downloads
Steven Tenn
In Defense of Comparative Statics: Specifying Empirical Tests of Models of Strategic Interaction pp. 465-482 Downloads
Clifford J. Carrubba, Amy Yuen and Christopher Zorn
On Formal Theory and Statistical Methods: A Response to Carrubba, Yuen, and Zorn pp. 483-501 Downloads
Curtis S. Signorino
Reply to Signorino pp. 502-504 Downloads
Clifford J. Carrubba, Amy Yuen and Christopher Zorn

Volume 15, issue 3, 2007

Matching as Nonparametric Preprocessing for Reducing Model Dependence in Parametric Causal Inference pp. 199-236 Downloads
Daniel E. Ho, Kosuke Imai, Gary King and Elizabeth A. Stuart
Event Dependence and Heterogeneity in Duration Models: The Conditional Frailty Model pp. 237-256 Downloads
Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, Suzanna De Boef and Kyle A. Joyce
Does Mode Matter For Modeling Political Choice? Evidence From the 2005 British Election Study pp. 257-285 Downloads
David Sanders, Harold D. Clarke, Marianne C. Stewart and Paul Whiteley
The Effect of Survey Mode and Sampling on Inferences about Political Attitudes and Behavior: Comparing the 2000 and 2004 ANES to Internet Surveys with Nonprobability Samples pp. 286-323 Downloads
Neil Malhotra and Jon A. Krosnick
Network Analysis and the Law: Measuring the Legal Importance of Precedents at the U.S. Supreme Court pp. 324-346 Downloads
James H. Fowler, Timothy R. Johnson, James F. Spriggs, Sangick Jeon and Paul J. Wahlbeck
A Simple Distribution-Free Test for Nonnested Model Selection pp. 347-363 Downloads
Kevin A. Clarke

Volume 15, issue 2, 2007

From Statistical Nuisances to Serious Modeling: Changing How We Think About the Analysis of Time-Series—Cross-Section Data pp. 97-100 Downloads
Nathaniel Beck
A Lot More to Do: The Sensitivity of Time-Series Cross-Section Analyses to Simple Alternative Specifications pp. 101-123 Downloads
Sven E. Wilson and Daniel M. Butler
Efficient Estimation of Time-Invariant and Rarely Changing Variables in Finite Sample Panel Analyses with Unit Fixed Effects pp. 124-139 Downloads
Plümper, Thomas and Vera E. Troeger
Spatial Econometric Models of Cross-Sectional Interdependence in Political Science Panel and Time-Series-Cross-Section Data pp. 140-164 Downloads
Robert J. Franzese and Jude C. Hays
A Bayesian Multilevel Modeling Approach to Time-Series Cross-Sectional Data pp. 165-181 Downloads
Boris Shor, Joseph Bafumi, Luke Keele and David Park
Random Coefficient Models for Time-Series—Cross-Section Data: Monte Carlo Experiments pp. 182-195 Downloads
Nathaniel Beck and Jonathan Katz

Volume 15, issue 1, 2007

The Logic of the Survey Experiment Reexamined pp. 1-20 Downloads
Brian J. Gaines, James H. Kuklinski and Paul J. Quirk
In Search of the Uncovered Set pp. 21-45 Downloads
Nicholas R. Miller
Comparing Incomparable Survey Responses: Evaluating and Selecting Anchoring Vignettes pp. 46-66 Downloads
Gary King and Jonathan Wand
Accounting for Voter Heterogeneity within and across Districts with a Factor-Analytic Voter-Choice Model pp. 67-84 Downloads
Wagner A. Kamakura and Mazzon, José Afonso
UK OC OK? Interpreting Optimal Classification Scores for the U.K. House of Commons pp. 85-96 Downloads
Arthur Spirling and Iain McLean
Page updated 2020-09-25