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Political Science Research and Methods

2013 - 2022

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Volume 10, issue 4, 2022

The politics of accountability in Supreme Court nominations: voter recall and assessment of senator votes on nominees pp. 677-702 Downloads
Leeann Bass, Charles M. Cameron and Jonathan P. Kastellec
Taking dyads seriously pp. 703-721 Downloads
Shahryar Minhas, Cassy Dorff, Max B. Gallop, Margaret Foster, Howard Liu, Juan Tellez and Michael D. Ward
The lure of the private sector: career prospects affect selection out of Congress pp. 722-738 Downloads
Benjamin C. K. Egerod
After defeat: how governing parties respond to electoral loss pp. 739-758 Downloads
Yotam Margalit, Tara Slough and Michael M. Ting
Belief in territorial indivisibility and public preferences for dispute resolution pp. 759-775 Downloads
Songying Fang, Xiaojun Li, Atsushi Tago and Daina Chiba
Politicians unleashed? Political communication on Twitter and in parliament in Western Europe pp. 776-792 Downloads
Bruno Castanho Silva and Sven-Oliver Proksch
Justice-level heterogeneity in certiorari voting: US Supreme Court October terms 1939, 1968, and 1982 pp. 793-805 Downloads
Gregory A. Caldeira and Daniel Lempert
Estimating the locations of voters, politicians, policy outcomes, and status quos on a common scale pp. 806-822 Downloads
James Coleman Battista, Michael Peress and Jesse Richman
Household education gaps and gender role attitudes pp. 823-830 Downloads
Marco Giani, David Hope and Øyvind Søraas Skorge
Greater public confidence in the US Supreme Court predicts more jurisdiction stripping pp. 831-839 Downloads
Joseph Daniel Ura and Patrick C. Wohlfarth
From principles to practice: methods to increase the transparency of research ethics in violent contexts pp. 840-847 Downloads
Hannah Baron and Lauren E. Young
Back to “normal”: the short-lived impact of an online NGO campaign of government discrimination in Hungary pp. 848-856 Downloads
Gabor Simonovits, Bori Simonovits, Adam Vig, Peter Hobot, Renata Nemeth and Gabor Csomor
Detecting true relationships in time series data with different orders of integration pp. 857-869 Downloads
Peter K. Enns, Carolina Moehlecke and Christopher Wlezien
Hypothesis testing with error correction models pp. 870-878 Downloads
Patrick W. Kraft, Ellen M. Key and Matthew J. Lebo
How to avoid incorrect inferences (while gaining correct ones) in dynamic models pp. 879-889 Downloads
Andrew Q. Philips
Equation balance in time series analysis: lessons learned and lessons needed pp. 890-900 Downloads
Mark Pickup
Belief in Territorial Indivisibility and Public Preferences for Dispute Resolution – CORRIGENDUM pp. 901-901 Downloads
Songying Fang, Xiaojun Li, Atsushi Tago and Daina Chiba

Volume 10, issue 3, 2022

The durable differential deterrent effects of strict photo identification laws pp. 453-469 Downloads
Justin Grimmer and Jesse Yoder
Misattributed blame? Attitudes toward globalization in the age of automation pp. 470-487 Downloads
Nicole Wu
Interest group lobbying and partisan polarization in the United States: 1999–2016 pp. 488-506 Downloads
Alex Garlick
Divisive jobs: three facets of risk, precarity, and redistribution pp. 507-523 Downloads
Raluca L. Pahontu
How the refugee crisis and radical right parties shape party competition on immigration pp. 524-544 Downloads
Theresa Gessler and Sophia Hunger
Hard traveling: unemployment and road infrastructure in the shadow of political conflict pp. 545-566 Downloads
Alexei Sisulu Abrahams
Can political speech foster tolerance of immigrants? pp. 567-583 Downloads
Petra Schleiter, Margit Tavits and Dalston Ward
Follow the majority? How voters coordinate electoral support to secure club goods pp. 584-600 Downloads
Dominik Duell
Strategic government communication about performance pp. 601-616 Downloads
Justin de Benedictis-Kessner
What's in a buzzword? A systematic review of the state of populism research in political science pp. 617-633 Downloads
Sophia Hunger and Fred Paxton
Detecting anomalies in data on government violence pp. 634-641 Downloads
Kanisha D. Bond, Courtenay R. Conrad, Dylan Moses and Joel W. Simmons
Human or not? Political rhetoric and foreign policy attitudes pp. 642-650 Downloads
Stephen M. Utych
How transnational party alliances influence national parties' policies pp. 651-658 Downloads
Roman Senninger, Daniel Bischof and Lawrence Ezrow
Case selection and Supreme Court pivots pp. 659-666 Downloads
Greg Sasso and Gleason Judd
Backscratching in banks: political cycles in bank manager appointments pp. 667-674 Downloads
Jonas Markgraf
Beaten ballots: political participation dynamics amidst police interventions – CORRIGENDUM pp. 675-675 Downloads
Toni Rodon and Marc Guinjoan

Volume 10, issue 2, 2022

Bargaining outcomes and success in EU economic governance reforms pp. 227-242 Downloads
Fabio Franchino and Camilla Mariotto
Complex dependence in foreign direct investment: network theory and empirical analysis pp. 243-259 Downloads
John Schoeneman, Boliang Zhu and Bruce A. Desmarais
Retrospection, fairness, and economic shocks: how do voters judge policy responses to natural disasters? pp. 260-278 Downloads
Michael M. Bechtel and Massimo Mannino
Backlash to policy decisions: how citizens react to immigrants' rights to demonstrate pp. 279-297 Downloads
Richard Traunmüller and Marc Helbling
When growth is not enough: inequality, economic gains, and executive approval pp. 298-316 Downloads
Ryan E. Carlin, Timothy Hellwig, Gregory J. Love, Cecilia Martínez-Gallardo and Matthew M. Singer
How government-controlled media shifts policy attitudes through framing pp. 317-332 Downloads
Jennifer Pan, Zijie Shao and Yiqing Xu
Transformed-likelihood estimators for dynamic panel models with a very small T pp. 333-352 Downloads
Mark Pickup and Vincent Hopkins
The grapevine effect in sensitive data collection: examining response patterns in support for violent extremism pp. 353-371 Downloads
John McCauley, Steven Finkel, Michael Neureiter and Christopher Belasco
Point break: using machine learning to uncover a critical mass in women's representation pp. 372-390 Downloads
Kendall D. Funk, Hannah L. Paul and Andrew Q. Philips
Sidestepping primary reform: political action in response to institutional change pp. 391-407 Downloads
Seth J. Hill
Analyzing the cross-national comparability of party positions on the socio-cultural and EU dimensions in Europe pp. 408-418 Downloads
Ryan Bakker, Seth Jolly and Jonathan Polk
The effect of drone strikes on civilian communication: evidence from Yemen pp. 419-427 Downloads
Fotini Christia, Spyros I. Zoumpoulis, Michael Freedman, Leon Yao and Ali Jadbabaie
Separation and Rare Events pp. 428-437 Downloads
Liam F. Beiser-McGrath
How many major US laws delegate to federal agencies? (almost) all of them pp. 438-444 Downloads
Pamela J. Clouser McCann and Charles R. Shipan
Are voters' views about proportional outcomes shaped by partisan preferences? A survey experiment in the context of a real election pp. 445-451 Downloads
André Blais, Semra Sevi and Carolina Plescia

Volume 10, issue 1, 2022

External threat environments and individual bias against female leaders pp. 1-17 Downloads
Nam Kyu Kim and Alice J. Kang
Do campaign contributions buy favorable policies? Evidence from the insurance industry pp. 18-32 Downloads
Alexander Fouirnaies and Anthony Fowler
How corruption investigations undermine regime support: evidence from China pp. 33-48 Downloads
Yuhua Wang and Bruce J. Dickson
The Supreme Court as an electoral issue: evidence from three studies pp. 49-67 Downloads
Alex Badas and Elizabeth Simas
Surrounded and threatened: how neighborhood composition reduces ethnic voting through intimidation pp. 68-81 Downloads
Ted Enamorado and Svetlana Kosterina
Divided government, delegation, and civil service reform pp. 82-96 Downloads
Elliott Ash, Massimo Morelli and Matia Vannoni
A new geography of civil war: a machine learning approach to measuring the zones of armed conflicts pp. 97-115 Downloads
Kyosuke Kikuta
The polarization dynamics of electoral reforms pp. 116-135 Downloads
Zachary Peskowitz and James Szewczyk
Thin-skinned leaders: regime legitimation, protest issues, and repression in autocracies pp. 136-152 Downloads
Eda Keremoğlu, Sebastian Hellmeier and Nils B. Weidmann
Beaten ballots: political participation dynamics amidst police interventions pp. 153-170 Downloads
Toni Rodon and Marc Guinjoan
Nativist policy: the comparative effects of Trumpian politics on migration decisions pp. 171-187 Downloads
Raymond M Duch, Denise Laroze, Constantin Reinprecht and Thomas S Robinson
The direct election of senators and the emergence of the modern presidency pp. 188-197 Downloads
Thomas R. Gray, Jeffery A. Jenkins and Philip B.K. Potter
Betting on the underdog: the influence of social networks on vote choice pp. 198-205 Downloads
Annika Fredén, Ludovic Rheault and Indridi Indridason
Partisan media effects beyond one-shot experimental designs pp. 206-214 Downloads
Kathleen Searles, Joshua P. Darr, Mingxiao Sui, Nathan Kalmoe, Raymond Pingree and Brian Watson
Political alignment between firms and employees in the United States: evidence from a new dataset pp. 215-225 Downloads
Jan Stuckatz
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