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Joshua D. Clinton
Joshua D. Clinton
Professor of Political Science, Vanderbilt University
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The statistical analysis of roll call data
J Clinton, S Jackman, D Rivers
American Political Science Review 98 (2), 355-370, 2004
16932004
Expert opinion, agency characteristics, and agency preferences
JD Clinton, DE Lewis
Political Analysis 16 (1), 3-20, 2008
3962008
Representation in Congress: constituents and roll calls in the 106th House
JD Clinton
The Journal of Politics 68 (2), 397-409, 2006
3842006
Separated powers in the United States: The ideology of agencies, presidents, and congress
JD Clinton, A Bertelli, CR Grose, DE Lewis, DC Nixon
American Journal of Political Science 56 (2), 341-354, 2012
3102012
Partisan pandemic: How partisanship and public health concerns affect individuals’ social mobility during COVID-19
J Clinton, J Cohen, J Lapinski, M Trussler
Science advances 7 (2), eabd7204, 2021
2562021
Measuring legislative accomplishment, 1877–1994
JD Clinton, JS Lapinski
American Journal of Political Science 50 (1), 232-249, 2006
2132006
An evaluation of the 2016 election polls in the United States
C Kennedy, M Blumenthal, S Clement, JD Clinton, C Durand, C Franklin, ...
Public Opinion Quarterly 82 (1), 1-33, 2018
1992018
“Targeted” advertising and voter turnout: An experimental study of the 2000 presidential election
JD Clinton, JS Lapinski
The Journal of Politics 66 (1), 69-96, 2004
1972004
The politics of policy: The initial mass political effects of medicaid expansion in the states
JD Clinton, MW Sances
American Political Science Review 112 (1), 167-185, 2018
1362018
Influencing the bureaucracy: The irony of congressional oversight
JD Clinton, DE Lewis, JL Selin
American Journal of Political Science 58 (2), 387-401, 2014
1362014
Design, inference, and the strategic logic of suicide terrorism
S Ashworth, JD Clinton, A Meirowitz, KW Ramsay
American Political Science Review 102 (2), 269-273, 2008
1342008
Lawmaking and roll calls
JD Clinton
The Journal of Politics 69 (2), 457-469, 2007
1172007
The National News Media’s Effect on Congress: How Fox News Affected Elites in Congress
JD Clinton, T Enamorado
The Journal of Politics 76 (4), 928-943, 2014
1102014
Elite perceptions of agency ideology and workforce skill
MD Richardson, JD Clinton, DE Lewis
The Journal of Politics 80 (1), 303-308, 2018
1062018
To simulate or NOMINATE?
JD Clinton, S Jackman
Legislative Studies Quarterly 34 (4), 593-621, 2009
1062009
Agenda constrained legislator ideal points and the spatial voting model
JD Clinton, A Meirowitz
Political Analysis 9 (3), 242-259, 2001
1052001
More a molehill than a mountain: the effects of the blanket primary on elected officials’ behavior from California
W Bullock, JD Clinton
The Journal of Politics 73 (3), 915-930, 2011
1042011
Using roll call estimates to test models of politics
JD Clinton
Annual Review of Political Science 15 (1), 79-99, 2012
1032012
Integrating voting theory and roll call analysis: A framework
JD Clinton, A Meirowitz
Political Analysis 11 (4), 381-396, 2003
862003
Does advertising exposure affect turnout?
S Ashworth, JD Clinton
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 2 (1), 27-41, 2007
852007
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