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Event History Modeling: A Guide for Social Scientists
List of figures List of tables Preface 1. Event history and political analysis 2. The logic of event history analysis 3. Parametric models for single-spell duration data 4. The Cox Proportional Hazards model 5. Models for discrete data 6. Issues in model selection 7. Inclusion of time-varying covariates. Expand
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A New Approach for Modelling Strategic Voting in Multiparty Elections
Whether citizens vote strategically, using their votes to defeat their least-preferred candidate, or vote sincerely, voting for their first choice among the alternatives, is a question ofExpand
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When Politics and Models Collide: Estimating Models of Multiparty Elections
Theory: The spatial model of elections can better be represented by using conditional logit models which consider the position of the parties in issue spaces than by multinomial logit models whichExpand
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Birds of the Same Feather Tweet Together: Bayesian Ideal Point Estimation Using Twitter Data
Politicians and citizens increasingly engage in political conversations on social media outlets such as Twitter. In this article, I show that the structure of the social networks in which they areExpand
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The Effect of Voter Identification Laws on Turnout
Since the passage of the “Help America Vote Act” in 2002, nearly half of the states have adopted a variety of new identification requirements for voter registration and participation by the 2006Expand
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Internet Voting in Comparative Perspective: The Case of Estonia
ABSTRACT Several countries have conducted Internet voting trials in binding public elections over the past decade, including Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. However, Estonia—aExpand
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Two-Stage Estimation of Nonrecursive Choice Models
Questions of causation are important issues in empirical research on political behavior. Most of the discussion of the econometric problems associated with multiequation models with reciprocalExpand
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Economics, Issues and the Perot Candidacy: Voter Choice in the 1992 Presidential Election
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 inExpand
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Strategic Voting In British Elections
In this paper we examine the extent to which voters engage in strategic behavior. Our contribution is accounting for the context in which voters have the opportunity to behave in a strategic fashion.Expand
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A neural basis for the effect of candidate appearance on election outcomes.
Election outcomes correlate with judgments based on a candidate's visual appearance, suggesting that the attributions viewers make based on appearance, so-called thin-slice judgments, influenceExpand
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