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Volume 14, issue 4, 2006

Equilibria and Restoring Forces in Models of Vote Dynamics pp. 369-392 Downloads
Michael D. McDonald and Robin Best
Specification Issues in Proximity Models of Candidate Evaluation (with Issue Importance) pp. 393-420 Downloads
Jeffrey D. Grynaviski and Bryce E. Corrigan
The Influence of Unobserved Factors on Position Timing and Content in the NAFTA Vote pp. 421-438 Downloads
Frederick J. Boehmke
Splitting the Difference? Causal Inference and Theories of Split-party Delegations pp. 439-455 Downloads
Daniel M. Butler and Matthew J. Butler
Connecting the Congress: A Study of Cosponsorship Networks pp. 456-487 Downloads
James H. Fowler
Toward a Pluralistic Vision of Methodology pp. 487-488 Downloads
Anonymous
Institutional Context, Cognitive Resources and Party Attachments Across Democracies pp. 489-490 Downloads
Anonymous

Volume 14, issue 3, 2006

Introduction to the Special Issue “Causal Complexity and Qualitative Methods†pp. 223-226 Downloads
Gary Goertz
A Tale of Two Cultures: Contrasting Quantitative and Qualitative Research pp. 227-249 Downloads
James Mahoney and Gary Goertz
Complex Causal Relations and Case Study Methods: The Example of Path Dependence pp. 250-267 Downloads
Andrew Bennett and Colin Elman
Explaining Variance; Or, Stuck in a Moment We Can't Get Out Of pp. 268-290 Downloads
Bear F. Braumoeller
Set Relations in Social Research: Evaluating Their Consistency and Coverage pp. 291-310 Downloads
Charles C. Ragin
A Simple Multivariate Test for Asymmetric Hypotheses pp. 311-331 Downloads
William Roberts Clark, Michael J. Gilligan and Matt Golder
Two Methodological Worlds Apart? Praises and Critiques from a European Comparativist pp. 332-335 Downloads
Rihoux, Benoît
Beyond the Linear Frequentist Orthodoxy pp. 335-339 Downloads
Philip A. Schrodt
Stirring the Frequentist Pot with a Dash of Bayes pp. 339-344 Downloads
Andrew Bennett
Case Selection: Insights from Rethinking Social Inquiry pp. 344-347 Downloads
W. Phillips Shively
Is Causal-Process Observation an Oxymoron? pp. 347-352 Downloads
Nathaniel Beck
Toward a Pluralistic Vision of Methodology pp. 353-368 Downloads
Henry E. Brady, David Collier and Jason Seawright

Volume 14, issue 2, 2006

The Dangers of Extreme Counterfactuals pp. 131-159 Downloads
Gary King and Langche Zeng
Spatial Approval Voting pp. 160-185 Downloads
Jean-François Laslier
Dynamic Models for Dynamic Theories: The Ins and Outs of Lagged Dependent Variables pp. 186-205 Downloads
Luke Keele and Nathan J. Kelly
Revisiting the Influence of Campaign Tone on Turnout in Senate Elections pp. 206-218 Downloads
Robert A. Jackson and Jason C. Sides
Response to “Revisiting the Influence of Campaign Tone on Turnout in Senate Elections†pp. 219-222 Downloads
Kim L. Fridkin and Patrick J. Kenney

Volume 14, issue 1, 2006

Advances in Bayesian Time Series Modeling and the Study of Politics: Theory Testing, Forecasting, and Policy Analysis pp. 1-36 Downloads
Patrick T. Brandt and John R. Freeman
Comparing Experimental and Matching Methods Using a Large-Scale Voter Mobilization Experiment pp. 37-62 Downloads
Kevin Arceneaux, Alan S. Gerber and Donald P. Green
Understanding Interaction Models: Improving Empirical Analyses pp. 63-82 Downloads
Thomas Brambor, William Roberts Clark and Matt Golder
The Introduction of Voter Registration and Its Effect on Turnout pp. 83-100 Downloads
Stephen Ansolabehere and David M. Konisky
Comparing Models of Strategic Choice: The Role of Uncertainty and Signaling pp. 101-120 Downloads
Jonathan Wand
Learning about Learning: A Response to Wand pp. 121-129 Downloads
Kenneth A. Schultz and Jeffrey B. Lewis

Volume 13, issue 4, 2005

Introduction to the Special Issue pp. 297-300 Downloads
Orit Kedar and W. Phillips Shively
EDA for HLM: Visualization when Probabilistic Inference Fails pp. 301-326 Downloads
Jake Bowers and Katherine W. Drake
Applying a Two-Step Strategy to the Analysis of Cross-National Public Opinion Data pp. 327-344 Downloads
Karen Long Jusko and W. Phillips Shively
Estimating Regression Models in Which the Dependent Variable Is Based on Estimates pp. 345-364 Downloads
Jeffrey B. Lewis and Drew A. Linzer
Institutional Context, Cognitive Resources and Party Attachments Across Democracies pp. 365-386 Downloads
John D. Huber, Georgia Kernell and Eduardo L. Leoni
Context and the Economic Vote: A Multilevel Analysis pp. 387-409 Downloads
Raymond M. Duch and Randy Stevenson
How Diffusion of Power in Parliaments Affects Voter Choice pp. 410-429 Downloads
Orit Kedar
Empirical Strategies for Various Manifestations of Multilevel Data pp. 430-446 Downloads
Robert J. Franzese
Two-Step Hierarchical Estimation: Beyond Regression Analysis pp. 447-456 Downloads
Christopher H. Achen
Multilevel Analyses of Comparative Data: A Comment pp. 457-458 Downloads
Nathaniel Beck
Two-Stage Regression and Multilevel Modeling: A Commentary pp. 459-461 Downloads
Andrew Gelman

Volume 13, issue 3, 2005

Duverger's Hypothesis, the Run-Off Rule, and Electoral Competition pp. 209-232 Downloads
Steven Callander
Scalable Protocols Offer Efficient Design for Field Experiments pp. 233-252 Downloads
David W. Nickerson
Using Geographic Information Systems to Measure District Change, 2000–2002 pp. 253-260 Downloads
Michael H. Crespin
When More Is Less: Integrating Qualitative Information and Boolean Statistics pp. 261-279 Downloads
Bear F. Braumoeller and Yevgeniy Kirpichevsky
Qualitative Leverage and the Epistemology of Expert Opinion pp. 280-291 Downloads
Sanford C. Gordon and Alastair Smith
Bias in Conditional and Unconditional Fixed Effects Logit Estimation: A Correction pp. 292-295 Downloads
Coupé, Tom
Response to Coupé pp. 296-296 Downloads
Ethan Katz

Volume 13, issue 2, 2005

Parties in Elections, Parties in Government, and Partisan Bias pp. 113-138 Downloads
Keith Krehbiel, Adam Meirowitz and Thomas Romer
Macro Measures and Mechanics of Social Capital pp. 139-156 Downloads
Luke Keele
A Solution to Separation in Binary Response Models pp. 157-170 Downloads
Christopher Zorn
Practical Issues in Implementing and Understanding Bayesian Ideal Point Estimation pp. 171-187 Downloads
Joseph Bafumi, Andrew Gelman, David K. Park and Noah Kaplan
Reconciling Conflicting Gauss-Markov Conditions in the Classical Linear Regression Model pp. 188-207 Downloads
Roger Larocca

Volume 13, issue 1, 2005

Reaching Migrants in Survey Research: The Use of the Global Positioning System to Reduce Coverage Bias in China pp. 1-22 Downloads
Pierre F. Landry and Mingming Shen
Fuzzy Decision Making in Politics: A Linguistic Fuzzy-Set Approach (LFSA) pp. 23-56 Downloads
Badredine Arfi
The Statistical Properties and Empirical Performance of Double Regression pp. 57-76 Downloads
Jeffrey Zax
How Smart Is my Dummy? Time Series Tests for the Influence of Politics pp. 77-94 Downloads
Tony Caporale and Kevin Grier
Issue Attitudes and Survey Continuity across Interview Mode in the 2000 NES pp. 95-108 Downloads
Brian J. Fogarty, Nathan J. Kelly and H. Whitt Kilburn
Analyzing the 2000 National Election Study pp. 109-111 Downloads
Jake Bowers, Nancy Burns, Michael J. Ensley and Donald R. Kinder
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