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Volume 8, issue 4, 2020

Discrimination in public accommodations pp. 597-613 Downloads
Anna Harvey and Emily A. West
The shape of and solutions to the MTurk quality crisis pp. 614-629 Downloads
Ryan Kennedy, Scott Clifford, Tyler Burleigh, Philip D. Waggoner, Ryan Jewell and Nicholas J. G. Winter
Direct democracy and government size: evidence from Spain pp. 630-645 Downloads
Carlos Sanz
Spatial interdependence and instrumental variable models pp. 646-661 Downloads
Timm Betz, Scott J. Cook and Florian M. Hollenbach
Between strategy and protest: how policy demand, political dissatisfaction and strategic incentives matter for far-right voting pp. 662-676 Downloads
Denis Cohen
Bridging the pond: measuring policy positions in the United States and Europe pp. 677-691 Downloads
Cory L. Struthers, Christopher Hare and Ryan Bakker
Bringing party organization back in: a comparative analysis of party representation in Europe pp. 692-706 Downloads
Nathalie Giger and Gijs Schumacher
Problems with products? Control strategies for models with interaction and quadratic effects pp. 707-730 Downloads
Janina Beiser-McGrath and Liam F. Beiser-McGrath
Online coders, open codebooks: New opportunities for content analysis of political communication pp. 731-746 Downloads
Nicholas J. G. Winter, Adam G. Hughes and Lynn M. Sanders
Spatial Tools for Case Selection: Using LISA Statistics to Design Mixed-Methods Research pp. 747-763 Downloads
Matthew C Ingram and Imke Harbers
Are election results more unpredictable? A forecasting test pp. 764-771 Downloads
Richard Nadeau, Ruth Dassonneville, Michael S. Lewis-Beck and Philippe Mongrain
Oil income and the personalization of autocratic politics pp. 772-779 Downloads
Matthew D. Fails
Defining racial and ethnic context with geolocation data pp. 780-794 Downloads
Ryan T. Moore and Andrew Reeves
The electoral cycle effect in parliamentary democracies pp. 795-802 Downloads
Stefan Müller and Tom Louwerse
Following Through on an Intention to Vote: Present Bias and Turnout pp. 803-810 Downloads
Seth J. Hill

Volume 8, issue 3, 2020

Estimating controlled direct effects through marginal structural models pp. 391-408 Downloads
Michelle Torres
Intra-cabinet politics and fiscal governance in times of austerity pp. 409-424 Downloads
Alexander Herzog and Slava Jankin Mikhaylov
Historical state stability and economic development in Europe pp. 425-443 Downloads
S.P. Harish and Christopher Paik
Bridging Spatial and Saliency Theory: Party Size and Issue Selection in Campaigns pp. 444-458 Downloads
Chitralekha Basu
Do Elections Improve Constituency Responsiveness? Evidence from US Cities pp. 459-476 Downloads
Darin Christensen and Simon Ejdemyr
Do voters prefer gender stereotypic candidates? evidence from a conjoint survey experiment in Japan pp. 477-492 Downloads
Yoshikuni Ono and Masahiro Yamada
The motivational basis of constituency work: how intrinsic and extrinsic motivations interact pp. 493-508 Downloads
Nathalie Giger, Simon Lanz and Catherine de Vries
Globalization and comparative compositional inequality pp. 509-525 Downloads
Andrew Q. Philips, Flávio D. S. Souza and Guy D. Whitten
Causal modeling with multi-value and fuzzy-set Coincidence Analysis pp. 526-542 Downloads
Michael Baumgartner and Mathias Ambühl
The 50 American States in Space and Time: Applying Conditionally Autoregressive Models pp. 543-557 Downloads
Joshua L. Jackson and James E. Monogan
Quota sampling using Facebook advertisements pp. 558-564 Downloads
Baobao Zhang, Matto Mildenberger, Peter D. Howe, Jennifer Marlon, Seth A. Rosenthal and Anthony Leiserowitz
Legislative Activity and Private Benefits: A Natural Experiment in New Zealand pp. 565-570 Downloads
Massimo Morelli, Moritz Osnabrügge and Matia Vannoni
Political cultures: measuring values heterogeneity pp. 571-579 Downloads
Lisa Blaydes and Justin Grimmer
When Experts Disagree: Response Aggregation and its Consequences in Expert Surveys pp. 580-588 Downloads
René Lindstädt, Sven-Oliver Proksch and Jonathan B. Slapin
Social democratic representation and welfare spending: a quantitative case study pp. 589-596 Downloads
Henning Finseraas

Volume 8, issue 2, 2020

Trade and redistribution: trade politics and the origins of progressive taxation pp. 197-214 Downloads
Lucy Barnes
Does residential sorting explain geographic polarization? pp. 215-231 Downloads
Gregory J. Martin and Steven W. Webster
Recruiting large online samples in the United States and India: Facebook, Mechanical Turk, and Qualtrics pp. 232-250 Downloads
Taylor C. Boas, Dino P. Christenson and David M. Glick
An intra-party account of electoral system choice pp. 251-267 Downloads
Schrö der, Valentin and Philip Manow
How gender affects the efficacy of discussion as an information shortcut pp. 268-284 Downloads
Yanna Krupnikov, Kerri Milita, John Barry Ryan and Elizabeth C. Connors
Choices that matter: Coalition formation and parties’ ideological reputations pp. 285-300 Downloads
Falcó-Gimeno, Albert and Pablo Fernandez-Vazquez
Comparative politics and causal evaluation of structural reforms: the case of the UK national minimum wage introduction pp. 301-314 Downloads
König, Thomas, Guido Ropers and Anika Buchmann
Voting for the lesser evil: evidence from a conjoint experiment in Romania pp. 315-328 Downloads
Isabela Mares and Giancarlo Visconti
Fiscal deficits and executive planning horizons pp. 329-343 Downloads
Mike Seiferling
How Labor Market Inequality Transforms Mass Politics pp. 344-355 Downloads
Häusermann, Silja, Achim Kemmerling and David Rueda
Three approaches to labor-market vulnerability and political preferences pp. 356-361 Downloads
Paul Marx and Georg Picot
The Political Consequences of Labor Market Dualization: Labor Market Status, Occupational Unemployment and Policy Preferences pp. 362-368 Downloads
Tim Vlandas
Labor market insecurity among the middle class: a cross-pressured group pp. 369-374 Downloads
Hanna Schwander
Dualization, stratification, liberalization, or what? An attempt to clarify the conceptual underpinnings of the dualization debate pp. 375-379 Downloads
Marius Busemeyer and Achim Kemmerling
Dualization and Electoral Realignment pp. 380-385 Downloads
Häusermann, Silja
The Future of Welfare State Politics pp. 386-390 Downloads
Philipp Rehm

Volume 8, issue 1, 2020

The causal interpretation of estimated associations in regression models pp. 1-13 Downloads
Luke Keele, Randolph T. Stevenson and Felix Elwert
Voter uncertainty, political institutions, and legislative turnover pp. 14-29 Downloads
Yanna Krupnikov and Charles R. Shipan
The electoral costs of policy commitments pp. 30-44 Downloads
Timm Betz
Electoral competition after party splits pp. 45-59 Downloads
Raimondas Ibenskas
Jumping Ship or Jumping on the Bandwagon: When Do Local Politicians Support National Candidates? pp. 60-74 Downloads
Guillermo Rosas and Lucardi, Adrián
Identifying voter preferences for politicians’ personal attributes: a conjoint experiment in Japan pp. 75-91 Downloads
Yusaku Horiuchi, Daniel M. Smith and Teppei Yamamoto
Fixed effects in rare events data: a penalized maximum likelihood solution pp. 92-105 Downloads
Scott J. Cook, Jude C. Hays and Robert J. Franzese
A textual Taylor rule: estimating central bank preferences combining topic and scaling methods pp. 106-122 Downloads
Nicole Baerg and Will Lowe
Measuring networks in the field pp. 123-135 Downloads
Jennifer M. Larson and Janet I. Lewis
When BLUE is not best: non-normal errors and the linear model pp. 136-148 Downloads
Daniel K. Baissa and Carlisle Rainey
The sensitivity of sensitivity analysis pp. 149-159 Downloads
Plümper, Thomas and Traunmüller, Richard
Maps in People’s Heads: Assessing a New Measure of Context pp. 160-168 Downloads
Cara Wong, Jake Bowers, Daniel Rubenson, Mark Fredrickson and Ashlea Rundlett
Information credibility and responses to corruption: a replication and extension in Argentina pp. 169-177 Downloads
Matthew S. Winters and Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro
Patterns of disagreement in indicators of state repression pp. 178-187 Downloads
Kevin L. Cope, Charles Crabtree and Christopher J. Fariss
Is political knowledge unique? pp. 188-195 Downloads
Craig M. Burnett and Mathew D. McCubbins
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