Andrew C. Eggers
Andrew C. Eggers
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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
3672015
MPs for sale? Returns to office in postwar British politics
AC Eggers, J Hainmueller
American Political Science Review, 513-533, 2009
3502009
Regression discontinuity designs based on population thresholds: Pitfalls and solutions
AC Eggers, R Freier, V Grembi, T Nannicini
American Journal of Political Science 62 (1), 210-229, 2018
932018
Partisanship and electoral accountability: Evidence from the UK expenses scandal
AC Eggers
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 9 (4), 441-472, 2014
852014
Proportionality and turnout: Evidence from French municipalities
AC Eggers
Comparative Political Studies 48 (2), 135-167, 2015
712015
Electoral accountability and the UK parliamentary expenses scandal: Did voters punish corrupt MPs?
AC Eggers, AC Fisher
Available at SSRN 1931868, 2011
562011
Capitol losses: The mediocre performance of Congressional stock portfolios
A C. Eggers, J Hainmueller
The Journal of Politics 75 (2), 535-551, 2013
492013
The role of output composition in the stabilization of US output growth
A Eggers, YM Ioannides
Journal of Macroeconomics 28 (3), 585-595, 2006
462006
Ministerial responsiveness in westminster systems: Institutional choices and House of Commons debate, 1832–1915
AC Eggers, A Spirling
American Journal of Political Science 58 (4), 873-887, 2014
442014
Corruption, accountability, and gender: Do female politicians face higher standards in public life?
AC Eggers, N Vivyan, M Wagner
The Journal of Politics 80 (1), 321-326, 2018
422018
Party cohesion in westminster systems: Inducements, replacement and discipline in the House of Commons, 1836-1910
AC Eggers, A Spirling
British Journal of Political Science 46 (3), 567, 2016
412016
Assessing the external validity of election RD estimates: An investigation of the incumbency advantage
J Hainmueller, AB Hall, JM Snyder Jr
The Journal of Politics 77 (3), 707-720, 2015
322015
Incumbency effects and the strength of party preferences: Evidence from multiparty elections in the United Kingdom
AC Eggers, A Spirling
The Journal of Politics 79 (3), 903-920, 2017
312017
The partisan revolving door
A Eggers
Harvard University, 2010
312010
Open/closed list and party choice: Experimental evidence from the UK
J Blumenau, AC Eggers, D Hangartner, S Hix
APSA 2014 Annual Meeting Paper, 2014
302014
Electoral security as a determinant of legislator activity, 1832–1918: New data and methods for analyzing british political development
AC Eggers, A Spirling
Legislative Studies Quarterly 39 (4), 593-620, 2014
282014
Political capital: Corporate connections and stock investments in the US congress, 2004-2008
AC Eggers, J Hainmueller
Quarterly Journal of Political Science, 2012-26, 2014
262014
The shadow cabinet in Westminster systems: modeling opposition agenda setting in the House of Commons, 1832–1915
AC Eggers, A Spirling
British Journal of Political Science 48 (2), 343-367, 2018
212018
Quality-based explanations of incumbency effects
AC Eggers
The Journal of Politics 79 (4), 1315-1328, 2017
212017
Representation and district magnitude in plurality systems
AC Eggers, AB Fouirnaies
Electoral Studies 33, 267-277, 2014
192014
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