Economics at your fingertips  

Journal of Theoretical Politics

1989 - 2020

Bibliographic data for series maintained by SAGE Publications ().

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 29, issue 4, 2017

Editors’ introduction pp. 517-519 Downloads
David P Baron and John W Patty
Path-dependency and coordination in multi-candidate elections with behavioral voters pp. 520-545 Downloads
Costel Andonie and Daniel Diermeier
When extremes meet: Redistribution in a multiparty model with differentiated parties pp. 546-577 Downloads
Konstantinos Matakos and Dimitrios Xefteris
Identity, repression, and the threat of ethnic conflict in a strong state pp. 578-598 Downloads
Christine S Mele and David A Siegel
On repression and its effectiveness pp. 599-622 Downloads
Tiberiu Dragu
Representation, sophisticated voting, and the size of the gridlock region pp. 623-646 Downloads
Myunghoon Kang
Policy bargaining and militarized conflict pp. 647-678 Downloads
Peter Bils and William Spaniel

Volume 29, issue 3, 2017

More dangerous than dyads: how a third party enables rationalist explanations for war pp. 353-381 Downloads
Max Gallop
Tariff politics and congressional elections: exploring the Cannon Thesis pp. 382-414 Downloads
Andrew J Clarke, Jeffery A Jenkins and Kenneth S Lowande
Electoral competition with ideologically biased voters pp. 415-439 Downloads
Marco Magnani
The hidden cost of direct democracy: How ballot initiatives affect politicians’ selection and incentives pp. 440-466 Downloads
Carlo Prato and Bruno Strulovici
Qualitative investigation of theoretical models: the value of process tracing pp. 467-491 Downloads
Peter Lorentzen, M Taylor Fravel and Jack Paine
Higher bars for incumbents and experience pp. 492-513 Downloads
Hans Gersbach and Markus Müller

Volume 29, issue 2, 2017

Ambition, personalist regimes, and control of authoritarian leaders pp. 167-190 Downloads
Svetlana Kosterina
Partisan optimism and political bargaining pp. 191-213 Downloads
Thomas Jensen and Andreas Madum
Are non-competitive elections good for citizens? pp. 214-242 Downloads
Andrew T Little
Storable votes and judicial nominations in the US Senate pp. 243-272 Downloads
Alessandra Casella, Sébastien Turban and Gregory Wawro
Bargaining with a biased autocrat pp. 273-298 Downloads
Colin Krainin and John Slinkman
Group incentives and rational voting1 pp. 299-326 Downloads
Alastair Smith, Bruce Bueno de Mesquita and Tom LaGatta
Valence uncertainty and the nature of the candidate pool in elections pp. 327-350 Downloads
Livio Di Lonardo

Volume 29, issue 1, 2017

May’s theorem in one dimension pp. 3-21 Downloads
John Duggan
How uncertainty about judicial nominees can distort the confirmation process pp. 22-47 Downloads
Maya Sen and William Spaniel
Ideology signaling in electoral politics pp. 48-68 Downloads
Hisashi Sawaki
Working smart and hard? Agency effort, judicial review, and policy precision pp. 69-96 Downloads
Ian R Turner
Participation and boycott in authoritarian elections pp. 97-123 Downloads
Gail Buttorff and Douglas Dion
Policy dynamics and electoral uncertainty in the appointments process pp. 124-148 Downloads
Jinhee Jo, David M Primo and Yoji Sekiya
Now or later? A dynamic analysis of judicial appointments pp. 149-164 Downloads
Jinhee Jo

Volume 28, issue 4, 2016

Correction to ‘Using genetic information to test causal relationships in cross-sectional data’ pp. 523-524 Downloads
Brad Verhulst and Ryne Estabrook
Pareto efficiency in the dynamic one-dimensional bargaining model pp. 525-536 Downloads
Tasos Kalandrakis
Participation and punishment pp. 537-551 Downloads
C. Daniel Myers
Unanimity overruled: Majority voting and the burden of history pp. 552-597 Downloads
Klaus Nehring, Marcus Pivato and Clemens Puppe
Components of party polarization in the US House of Representatives pp. 598-624 Downloads
Thomas L Brunell, Bernard Grofman and Samuel Merrill
Signaling and perception in international crises: Two approaches pp. 625-654 Downloads
Shuhei Kurizaki
The voter’s blunt tool pp. 655-677 Downloads
T. Renee Bowen and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo
Party machines and voter-customized rewards strategies pp. 678-701 Downloads
Rodrigo Zarazaga

Volume 28, issue 3, 2016

Scope and precedent: judicial rule-making under uncertainty pp. 353-384 Downloads
Tom S Clark
Heresthetics and choice from tournaments pp. 385-407 Downloads
Scott Moser, Molly Fenn, Ran Ji, Michelle Maiden and Melanie Panosian
Strategic party heterogeneity pp. 408-430 Downloads
Georgia Kernell
Time constraints and the opportunity costs of oversight pp. 431-460 Downloads
Joshua A Strayhorn, Clifford J Carrubba and Micheal W Giles
Political autonomy and independence: Theory and experimental evidence pp. 461-496 Downloads
Klaus Abbink and Jordi Brandts
Simulating policy diffusion through learning: Reducing the risk of false positive conclusions pp. 497-519 Downloads
Christian Adam

Volume 28, issue 2, 2016

Distributive politics, the electoral connection, and the antebellum US Congress: The case of military service pensions pp. 192-224 Downloads
Charles J Finocchiaro and Jeffery A Jenkins
Increasing rents and incumbency disadvantage pp. 225-265 Downloads
Marko Klašnja
An empirical stochastic model of Argentina’s Impossible Game (1955–1966) pp. 266-287 Downloads
Juan Pablo Micozzi and Sebastián M Saiegh
Do parties converge to the electoral mean in all political systems? pp. 288-330 Downloads
Maria Gallego and Norman Schofield
Social choice and popular control pp. 331-349 Downloads
Sean Ingham

Volume 28, issue 1, 2016

Integrating power in institutional analysis: A micro-foundation perspective pp. 5-26 Downloads
Prakash Kashwan
Common property in the trust game: Experimental evidence from Bulgaria pp. 27-43 Downloads
Eric A Coleman
Swords without covenants do not lead to self-governance pp. 44-73 Downloads
Timothy Cason and Lata Gangadharan
Social sanctions and informal accountability: Evidence from a laboratory experiment pp. 74-104 Downloads
Malte Lierl
Strategic embeddedness and the microfoundations of collective action: A comparative institutional analysis of the rule of law and informal institutions in cooperation games pp. 105-137 Downloads
Armando Razo
Passive non-participation versus strategic defection in a collective risk social dilemma pp. 138-158 Downloads
Autumn Bynum, Reuben Kline and Oleg Smirnov
Integrating core concepts from the institutional analysis and development framework for the systematic analysis of policy designs: An illustration from the US National Organic Program regulation pp. 159-185 Downloads
David P Carter, Christopher M Weible, Saba N Siddiki and Xavier Basurto
Page updated 2020-09-17