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Christian Grose
Christian Grose
Professor of Political Science & Intl. Relations; Professor of Public Policy
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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
3262012
Congress in black and white: Race and representation in Washington and at home
CR Grose
Cambridge University Press, 2011
3102011
Explaining explanations: How legislators explain their policy positions and how citizens react
CR Grose, N Malhotra, R Parks Van Houweling
American Journal of Political Science 59 (3), 724-743, 2015
2282015
Secretaries of pork? A new theory of distributive public policy
AM Bertelli, CR Grose
The Journal of Politics 71 (3), 926-945, 2009
2202009
Disentangling Constituency and Legislator Effects in Legislative Representation: Black Legislators or Black Districts?*
CR Grose
Social Science Quarterly 86 (2), 427-443, 2005
1762005
The Iraq war, partisanship, and candidate attributes: variation in partisan swing in the 2006 US House elections
CR Grose, BI Oppenheimer
Legislative Studies Quarterly 32 (4), 531-557, 2007
1412007
The lengthened shadow of another institution? Ideal point estimates for the executive branch and congress
AM Bertelli, CR Grose
American Journal of Political Science 55 (4), 767-781, 2011
1392011
Field experimental work on political institutions
CR Grose
Annual Review of Political Science 17 (1), 355-370, 2014
1142014
The electoral consequences of party switching by incumbent members of Congress, 1947–2000
CR Grose, A Yoshinaka
Legislative Studies Quarterly 28 (1), 55-75, 2003
1062003
Alabama 1998: luck runs out for GOP and Christian right as Democrats gamble on the lottery
HW Stanley, C Grose
Prayers in the Precincts: The Christian Right in the, 1998
82*1998
Doubling down: Inequality in responsiveness and the policy preferences of elected officials
MS Mendez, CR Grose
Legislative Studies Quarterly 43 (3), 457-491, 2018
81*2018
Race, political empowerment, and constituency service: Descriptive representation and the hiring of African-American congressional staff
CR Grose, M Mangum, C Martin
Polity 39 (4), 449-478, 2007
572007
Agreeable administrators? Analyzing the public positions of cabinet secretaries and presidents
AM Bertelli, CR Grose
Presidential Studies Quarterly 37 (2), 228-247, 2007
402007
Social lobbying
CR Grose, P Lopez, S Sadhwani, A Yoshinaka
The Journal of Politics 84 (1), 367-382, 2022
302022
Reducing legislative polarization: top-two and open primaries are associated with more moderate legislators
CR Grose
Journal of Political Institutions and Political Economy 1 (2), 267-287, 2020
302020
Ideological Hedging in Uncertain Times: Inconsistent Legislative Representation and Voter Enfranchisement
A Yoshinaka, CR Grose
British Journal of Political Science 41 (4), 765-94, 2008
28*2008
Partisan politics and electoral design: the enfranchisement of felons and ex-felons in the United States, 1960–99
A Yoshinaka, CR Grose
State and Local Government Review 37 (1), 49-60, 2005
282005
The adoption of electoral reforms and ideological change in the California state legislature
CR Grose
Schwarzenegger Institute Report, University of California Price School of …, 2014
272014
Bridging the divide: Interethnic cooperation; Minority media outlets; and the coverage of Latino, African-American, and Asian-American members of congress
CR Grose
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 11 (4), 115-130, 2006
262006
Risk and Roll Calls: How Legislators' Personal Finances Shape Congressional Decisions
CR Grose
USC CLASS Research Paper No. CLASS13-7, USC Law Legal Studies Paper, 2013
252013
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