James Snyder
James Snyder
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TitleCited byYear
Why is there so little money in US politics?
S Ansolabehere, JM De Figueiredo, JM Snyder Jr
Journal of Economic perspectives 17 (1), 105-130, 2003
13092003
Candidate positioning in US House elections
S Ansolabehere, JM Snyder Jr, C Stewart III
American Journal of Political Science, 136-159, 2001
9772001
Press coverage and political accountability
JM Snyder Jr, D Strömberg
Journal of political Economy 118 (2), 355-408, 2010
6612010
Estimating party influence in congressional roll-call voting
JM Snyder Jr, T Groseclose
American Journal of Political Science, 193-211, 2000
6502000
Buying supermajorities
T Groseclose, JM Snyder
American Political Science Review 90 (2), 303-315, 1996
6301996
The strength of issues: Using multiple measures to gauge preference stability, ideological constraint, and issue voting
S Ansolabehere, J Rodden, JM Snyder
American Political Science Review 102 (2), 215-232, 2008
6092008
Political parties and the distribution of federal outlays
SD Levitt, JM Snyder Jr
American Journal of Political Science, 958-980, 1995
5951995
An informational rationale for political parties
JM Snyder Jr, MM Ting
American Journal of Political Science, 90-110, 2002
5822002
Campaign contributions as investments: The US House of Representatives, 1980-1986
JM Snyder Jr
Journal of Political Economy 98 (6), 1195-1227, 1990
5121990
Linear probability models of the demand for attributes with an empirical application to estimating the preferences of legislators
JJ Heckman, JM Snyder Jr
National bureau of economic research, 1996
5031996
The impact of federal spending on House election outcomes
SD Levitt, JM Snyder Jr
Journal of political Economy 105 (1), 30-53, 1997
4981997
Valence politics and equilibrium in spatial election models
S Ansolabehere, JM Snyder
Public Choice 103 (3-4), 327-336, 2000
4862000
Old voters, new voters, and the personal vote: Using redistricting to measure the incumbency advantage
S Ansolabehere, JM Snyder Jr, C Stewart III
American Journal of Political Science, 17-34, 2000
4862000
Comparing interest group scores across time and chambers: Adjusted ADA scores for the US Congress
T Groseclose, SD Levitt, JM Snyder
American political science review 93 (1), 33-50, 1999
4671999
The incumbency advantage in US elections: An analysis of state and federal offices, 1942–2000
S Ansolabehere, JM Snyder Jr
Election law journal 1 (3), 315-338, 2002
4642002
Election goals and the allocation of campaign resources
JM Snyder
Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 637-660, 1989
3861989
The effects of party and preferences on congressional roll-call voting
S Ansolabehere, JM Snyder Jr, C Stewart III
Legislative Studies Quarterly, 533-572, 2001
3252001
Long-term investing in politicians; or, give early, give often
JM Snyder Jr
The Journal of Law and Economics 35 (1), 15-43, 1992
3201992
On the validity of the regression discontinuity design for estimating electoral effects: New evidence from over 40,000 close races
AC Eggers, A Fowler, J Hainmueller, AB Hall, JM Snyder Jr
American Journal of Political Science 59 (1), 259-274, 2015
3182015
Party control of state government and the distribution of public expenditures
S Ansolabehere, JM Snyder Jr
Scandinavian Journal of Economics 108 (4), 547-569, 2006
3102006
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