C. P. Franklin

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Theory: Theories of presidential elections (economic voting and spatial issue and ideology models), combined with the popular explanation of "angry voting", are used to account for voter choice in the 1992 Presidential Election. Hypotheses: Voter choice in this three-candidate race is a function of economic perceptions, issue and ideological positions of(More)
We propose a remedy to the substantial discrepancy between the way political scientists analyze data with missing values and the recommendations of the statistics community. With a few notable exceptions, statisticians and methodologists have agreed on a widely applicable approach to many missing data problems based on the concept of \multiple imputation,"(More)
This work was supported by National Science Foundation Grants SES-0535332 and SES-0535334 (PIs: Jon A. Krosnick and Arthur Lupia), Stanford University, and the University of Michigan. We thank Walter Mebane and Vince Iannacchione for their advice. Opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the(More)
  • Curtis S. Signorino, Ahmer Tarar, +6 authors A. W. Stam
  • 2001
We present a uni ed theory and test of extended immediate deterrence | uni ed in the sense that we employ our theoretical deterrence model as our statistical model in the empirical analysis. The theoretical model is a straightforward formalization of the extended immediate deterrence logic in Huth (1988) and Huth and Russett (1984, 1988), coupled with(More)
What shapes a party’s ability to act strategically? We address this question by examining nomination behavior under Japanese SNTV/MMD, a system offering data that overcome the shortcomings of measurement error and static analysis that plague empirical research on party strategy. We run a series of generalized event counts (GEC) to model the number of(More)
AGENCIES: Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). SUMMARY: As a result of past Federal, State, and local efforts to reduce lead in the environment, the percentage of children with elevated levels of lead in their blood has declined considerably over the last 20 years. Approximately 1.7 million(More)
We o er the rst independent scholarly evaluation of the claims, forecasts, and causal inferences of the State Failure Task Force and their e orts to forecast when states will fail. This task force, set up at the behest of Vice President Gore in 1994, has been led by a group of distinguished academics working as consultants to the U.S. Central Intelligence(More)
Sir, the paper by Malcolm Bishop on Henry Chettle is most interesting.1 In particular, Chettle’s reference to the tooth-drawer Kind-Hart’s ‘thrumde hat’, that ‘had hanging at it the ensignes of my occupation’, which reminded me of the example in the Cuming Museum, Southwark, London. The medical historian, Ruth Richardson and I took photographs of the hat,(More)
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