Publications

Dissertation - Party and constituency in Victorian Britain


 

Publications Relating to British Political History
"The Development of Party Voting in England, 1832-1918," Historical Social Research, XLI (July 1984), pp. 2-37.

"The Development of a Party-Oriented Electorate in England, 1832-1918," British Journal of Political Science, XVI (April 1986), pp. 187-216.

The Efficient Secret: The Cabinet and the Development of Political Parties in Victorian England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987).

"Appendix 1: Analysis of Voting in Multi-Member Seats, 1874-1880," with F.W.S. Craig, in F.W.S. Craig, ed., British Parliamentary Election Results, 1832-1885 (Dartmouth: Parliamentary Research Services, 1988).

"Suffrage Expansion and Legislative Behavior in Nineteenth Century Britain," with James Ingram, Social Science History, 16 (1992), pp. 539-60.

"The Origin of Whip Votes in the House of Commons," Parliamentary History, 11, pt. 2 (1992), pp. 278-85.

"The Development of Collective Responsibility in the U.K.," Parliamentary History, 13 (1993), pp. 32-47. Reprinted in Computing Parliamentary History: George III to Victoria, ed. John A. Phillips. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1994.

"A Comment on 'The Great Reform Act of 1832 and the Political Modernization of England'." Letter to the Editor. American Historical Review, 100 (October 1995), pp. 1371-1373.

"The Identification of Government Whips in the House of Commons, 1830-1905," with Sir John Sainty, Parliamentary History, forthcoming.


 

Electoral Studies
"In the Absence of Vote Pooling: Nomination and Vote Allocation Errors in Colombia," with Matthew S. Shugart, Electoral Studies, 14 (1995), pp. 441-460.

"Comment on Gallagher's `Proportionality, Disproportionality and Electoral Systems'," with Matthew Soberg Shugart, Electoral Studies, 10 (1991), pp. 348-52.

"The Structural Determinants of Electoral Coherence," with Frances Rosenbluth, in Peter Cowhey and Mathew McCubbins, eds., Structure and Policy in Japan and the United States. (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995), pp. 19-34.

"Electoral Institutions, Cleavage Structures and the Number of Parties," with Octavio Amorim Neto, American Journal of Political Science, 41 (1997), pp. 149-174.

Making Votes Count: Strategic Coordination in the World’s Electoral Systems (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997).

1999. "Measuring the Ties That Bind: Electoral Cohesiveness in Four Democracies," in Bernard Grofman, Sung-Chull Lee, Edwin Winckler, and Brian Woodall, eds., Elections in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan Under the Single Non-Transferable Vote: The Comparative Study of An Embedded Institution (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press). [Co-authors: Kathy Bawn and Frances Rosenbluth]

1999. "The Reapportionment Revolution and Bias in U.S. Congressional Elections." American Journal of Political Science 43(July):812-41. [Co-author: Jonathan N. Katz]

1999. "Electoral Rules and Electoral Coordination." Annual Review of Political Science 2:145-161.


 

Publications Relating to Japanese Elections
"SNTV and d'Hondt are `Equivalent'," Electoral Studies, 10 (1991), pp. 118-32.

"The Electoral Fortunes of Legislative Factions in Japan," with Frances Rosenbluth, American Political Science Review, 87 (1993), pp. 577-89.

"Reducing Nomination Errors: Factional Competition and Party Strategy in Japan," with Frances Rosenbluth, Electoral Studies, 13 (1994), pp. 4-16.

"Strategic Voting Equilibria Under the Single Non-Transferable Vote," American Political Science Review, 88 (1994), pp. 608-621.

"Anatomy of a Split: The Liberal Democrats of Japan," with Frances Rosenbluth, Electoral Studies, 14 (1995), pp. 355-76.

"Is the Single Non-Transferable Vote Superproportional? Evidence from Japan and Taiwan," American Journal of Political Science, 40 (1996), pp. 740-755.

"Seat Bonuses Under the Single Non-Transferable Vote System: Evidence from Japan and Taiwan," with Emerson Niou, Comparative Politics, 26 (1994), pp. 221-236. Reprinted in Bernard Grofman, Sung-Chull Lee, Edwin Winckler, and Brian Woodal, eds., Elections in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan Under the Single Non-Transferable Vote: The Comparative Study of An Embedded Institution (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, forthcoming.)

"Factional Competition for the Party Endorsement: The Case of Japan's Liberal Democratic Party," with Frances Rosenbluth, British Journal of Political Science, 26 (1996), pp. 259-297.

"The Cost of Intraparty Competition: SNTV and Money Politics in Japan," with Michael F. Thies, Comparative Political Studies, 31(1998):267-91.

"Mobilization, Social Networks and Turnout: Evidence From Japan." With Frances Rosenbluth and Michael Thies. World Politics 50(1998):447-474.

"The Cost of Intraparty Competition: SNTV and Money Politics in Japan." With Michael Thies. Comparative Political Studies 31(1998):267-91.

1999. "Electoral Reform and the Fate of Factions: The Case of Japan's Liberal Democratic Party." British Journal of Political Science 29(1):33-56. [Co-authors: Frances M. Rosenbluth and Michael F. Thies]

1999. "A Comment on Browne and Patterson’s ‘An Empirical Theory of Rational Nominating Behaviour Applied to Japanese District Elections’." British Journal of Political Science 29:565-575.

2000. "Electoral Rules, Career Ambitions, and Party Structure: Conservative Factions in Japan’s Upper and Lower Houses." American Journal of Political Science 44:115-122. [Co-authors: Frances Rosenbluth and Michael F. Thies]

2000. "How Much Does Money Matter? ‘Buying’ Votes in Japan, 1967-1990." Comparative Political Studies 33:37-57. [Co-author: Michael F. Thies]


 

Publications relating to electoral equilibria
"An Expected Utility Model of Electoral Competition," Quality and Quantity, XVIII (August 1984), pp. 337-349.

"Policy Choice as an Electoral Investment", with Mathew D. McCubbins and Terry Sullivan, Social Choice and Welfare, I (1984), 231-242.

"Electoral Equilibrium in Double-Member Districts," Public Choice, XLIV (1984), pp. 443-451.

"Electoral Equilibrium Under Approval Voting," American Journal of Political Science XXIX (February 1985), pp. 112-118.

"Electoral Politics as a Redistributive Game," with Mathew D. McCubbins, Journal of Politics, XLVIII (May 1986), pp. 370-389.

"Electoral Equilibria Under Alternative Voting Institutions," American Journal of Political Science XXXI (February 1987), pp. 82-108.

"Undominated Candidate Strategies Under Alternative Voting Rules," Mathematical Modelling, 12 (1989), pp. 451-60.

"Centripetal and Centrifugal Incentives in Electoral Systems," American Journal of Political Science 34 (1990), pp. 903-935.

"Multicandidate Spatial Competition," in James Enelow and Melvin Hinich, eds., Advances in the Spatial Theory of Voting. (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1990).


 

Publications Relating to the Advantages of Incumbents
"The Increasing Advantage of Incumbency in the American States," with Scott Morgenstern, Legislative Studies Quarterly, 18 (1993), pp. 495-514.

"The Incumbency Advantage in Multi-Member Districts: Evidence from the U.S. States," with Scott Morgenstern, Legislative Studies Quarterly, 20 (1995), pp. 329-350.

"Why Did the Incumbency Advantage in U.S. House Elections Grow?" with Jonathan Katz, American Journal of Political Science, 40 (1996), pp. 478-97.


 

Publications on Electoral Turnout
"Turnout and Rural Corruption: New York as a Test Case", with J. Morgan Kousser, American Journal of Political Science XXV (November 1981), pp. 646-63.

"Closeness, Expenditure, Turnout: The 1982 U.S. House Elections," with Michael C. Munger, American Political Science Review, 83 (March 1989), 217-32.

"Closeness and Turnout: A Methodological Note," Journal of Politics, L (August 1988), pp. 768-775.

1999. "Electoral Rules and the Calculus of Mobilization." Legislative Studies Quarterly 24:387-420.


 

Publications Relating to Strategic Voting
"Strategic Electoral Choice in Multi-Member Districts: Approval Voting in Practice?" American Journal of Political Science, XXVIII (November 1984), pp. 722-738.

"Strategic Voting Equilibria Under the Single Non-Transferable Vote," American Political Science Review, 88 (1994), pp. 608-621.

"Strategic Voting Under Proportional Representation," with Matthew S. Shugart, Journal of Law, Economics and Organization 12 (October 1996):299-324.

Making Votes Count: Strategic Coordination in the World's Electoral Systems, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997).


 

Legislative Studies
"On the Decline of Party Voting in Congress," Legislative Studies Quarterly, 16 (1991), pp. 547-70.

"Bonding, Structure and the Stability of Political Parties: Party Government in the House," with Mathew D. McCubbins, Legislative Studies Quarterly, May 1995. Reprinted in Shepsle, Kenneth and Weingast, eds., Positive Theories of Congressional Institutions. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1995.

"Universalism and Allocative Decision-Making in the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors," with Tim Tutt, Journal of Politics, XLVI (May 1984), pp. 546-555.

"Party Coherence on Roll Call Votes in the U.S. House of Representatives," in Joel Silbey, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Legislative System, Vol. II (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1994).

Legislative Leviathan: Party Government in the House, with Mathew D. McCubbins, (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993).

The Politics of Divided Government, ed. with Samuel Kernell. (Boulder: Westview Press, 1991).

"Fiscal Policy and Divided Government," in Gary W. Cox and Samuel Kernell, eds., The Politics of Divided Government. (Boulder: Westview Press, 1991).

"Toward a Theory of Legislative Rules Changes: Assessing Schickler and Rich’s Evidence," with Mathew D. McCubbins, American Journal of Political Science, 41 (October 1997), pp. 1376-1386.

1999. "How Much is Majority Status in the U.S. Congress Worth?" American Political Science Review 93(June):299-310. [Co-author: Eric Magar]

2000. "On the Effects of Legislative Rules." Legislative Studies Quarterly 25:169-192.

2000. "Agenda Power in the Japanese House of Representatives." Japanese Journal of Political Science 1:1-22. [Co-authors: Mikitaka Masuyama and Mathew D. McCubbins]

2001. "Latin America’s Reactive Assemblies and Proactive Presidents." Comparative Politics 33(2):171-190. [Co-author: Scott Morgenstern]


 

Publications Relating to the Core

"A Ham Sandwich Theorem for General Measures," with Richard D. McKelvey, Social Choice and Welfare, I (May 1984), pp. 75-83.

"Non-Collegial Simple Games and the Nowhere Denseness of the Set of Preference Profiles Having a Core," Social Choice and Welfare, I (September 1984), pp. 159-164.

"The Core and the Uncovered Set," American Journal of Political Science XXXI (May 1987), pp. 408-422.


 

Publications Relating to Rational Choice
1994. "A Note on Crime and Punishment." Public Choice 78:115-124.

1999. "The Empirical Content of Rational Choice Theory: A Reply to Green and Shapiro." Journal of Theoretical Politics 11(April):147-169.

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