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Cutting a Pie Is Not a Piece of Cake (with Julius B. Barbanel and Walter Stromquist)
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 12 / 2008

Minimizing Regret when Dissolving a Partnership (with Stergios Athanassoglou and Jay Sethuraman)
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Economy, Formal Theory
Date: 12 / 2008

The Undercut Procedure: An Algorithm for the Envy-Free Division of Indivisible Items (with D. Marc Kilgour and Christian Klamler)
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Economy, Formal Theory
Date: 11 / 2008

How Democracy Resolves Conflict in Difficult Games (with D. Marc Kilgour)
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Economy, Formal Theory
Date: 08 / 2008

Foundations of Spatial Preferences
Professor: Jon Eguia
Field(s): Political Economy, Formal Theory
Date: 08 / 2008

A Spatial Theory of Party Formation
Professor: Jon Eguia
Field(s): Political Economy, Formal Theory
Date: 08 / 2008

Leader Survival, Revolutions and the Nature of Government Finance (with Bruce Bueno de Mesquita)
Professor: Alastair Smith
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 2 / 2008

Information and Pivotal Voter Models in Large Laboratory Elections
Professor: Rebecca Morton
Field(s): Political Economy, Methodology
Date: 01 / 2008

How the Delegation of Voting Rights Affects the Measurement of Voting Behavior
Professor: Morton Rebecca
Field(s): American Politics,
Date: 10 / 2007

Proportional Pie-Cutting (with Michael A. Jones and Christian Klamler)
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Economy, Political Theory
Date: 05 / 2007

Separation of Powers and Turnout
Professor: Morton Rebecca
Field(s): American Politics,
Date: 04 / 2007

Who Votes Now? And Does it Matter? (with Jan E. Leighley)
Professor: Jonathan Nagler
Field(s): American Politics
Date: 03 / 2007

Divide-and-Conquer: A Proportional, Minimal-Envy Cake-Cutting Procedure (with Michael A. Jones and Christian Klamler)
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 02 / 2007

The Hispanic Vote in the 2004 Presidential Election: Insecurity and Moral Concerns (with Marisa A. Abrajano and R. Michael Alvarez).
Professor: Jonathan Nagler
Field(s): American Politics
Date: 02 / 2007

Efficiency, Equity, and Timing in Voting
Professor: Rebecca Morton
Field(s): American Politics, Comparative Politics, Political Theory
Date: 12 / 2006

The Swing Voterís Curse in the Laboratory
Professor: Rebecca Morton
Field(s): American Politics, Comparative Politics, Methodology
Date: 12 / 2006

Unions and Class Bias in the U.S. Electorate, 1964-2004 (with Jan Leighley)
Professor: Jonathan Nagler
Field(s): American Politics
Date: 11 / 2006

Class Bias in the U.S. Electorate, 1972-2004 (with Jan Leighley)
Professor: Jonathan Nagler
Field(s): American Politics
Date: 08 / 2006

Dead Heat: The 2006 Public Choice Society Eletion
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Economy, Political Theory
Date: 06 / 2006

Incentives, Complexity and Motivations in Experiments
Professor: Rebecca Morton
Field(s): Methods, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 2006

The Normative Turn in Public Choice
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Economy, Political Theory
Date: 04 / 2006

Experimentation in Political Science (with Kenneth C. Williams)
Professor: Rebecca Morton
Field(s): Methodology
Date: 04 / 2006

Voting Systems That Combine Approval and Preference
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Economy, Political Theory
Date: 03 / 2006

From Nature to the Lab: Experimental Political Science and the Study of Causality (with Kenneth C. Williams)
Professor: Rebecca Morton
Field(s): Methodology
Date: 03 / 2006

The Propaganda of the Deed: Terrorism, Counterterrorism, and Mobilization. (with Ethan Bueno de Mesquita)
Professor: Eric Dickson
Field(s): Comparative Politics
Date: 02 / 2006

Directing Retribution: On the Political Control of Lower Court Judges (With Gregory A. Huber)
Professor: Sanford Gordon
Field(s): American Politics, Political Economy, Methodology
Date: 02 / 2006

Polarization and Public Deliberation
Professor: David Stasavage
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 02 / 2006

The Effect of Electoral Competetiveness on Incumbent Behavior (With Gregory A. Huber)
Professor: Sanford Gordon
Field(s): American Politics, Political Economy, Methodology
Date: 01 / 2006

How to Elect a Representative Committee Using Approval Balloting
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Economy, Political Theory
Date: 12 / 2005

Game Theory
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Economy, Political Theory
Date: 12 / 2005

Cognition and Strategy: A Deliberation Experiment. (with Catherine Hafer and Dimitri Landa)
Professor: Eric Dickson
Field(s): Comparative Politics
Date: 12 / 2005

Challenger Entry and Voter Learning (With Gregory A. Huber and Dimitri Landa)
Professor: Sanford Gordon
Field(s): American Politics, Political Economy, Methodology
Date: 12 / 2005

Democracy and Primary School Attendance: Aggregate and Individual Level Evidence from Africa
Professor: David Stasavage
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 12 / 2005

Cities, Constitutions, and Sovereign Borrowing in Europe, 1274-1785
Professor: David Stasavage
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 12 / 2005

Partisan Politics and Public Debt: The Importance of the Whig Supremacy for Britainís Financial Revolution
Professor: David Stasavage
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 12 / 2005

Consumption or Investment? On the Political Expenditures of Corporate Executives (With Catherine Hafer and Dimitri Landa)
Professor: Sanford Gordon
Field(s): American Politics, Political Economy, Methodology
Date: 11 / 2005

Religion and Reform: The Political Economy of Social Insurance in the United States, 1910-1939 (with Kenneth Scheve)
Professor: David Stasavage
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 11 / 2005

Religion and Preferences for Social Insurance (with Kenneth Scheve)
Professor: David Stasavage
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 11 / 2005

The Rule of Law, Anonymity, and Elite Incentives.
Professor: Sanford Gordon
Field(s): American Politics, Political Economy, Methodology
Date: 10 / 2005

Does Transparency Make a Difference? The Example of the European Council of Ministers
Professor: David Stasavage
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 10 / 2005

Publicity of Debate and the Incentive to Dissent: Evidence from the US Federal Reserve (with Ellen Meade)
Professor: David Stasavage
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 06 / 2005

The Instability of Power Sharing (with D. Marc Kilgour)
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Comparative Politics, Political Economy
Date: 05 / 2005

Better Ways to Cut a Cake (with Michael A. Jones and Christian Klamler)
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Economy, Political Theory
Date: 03 / 2005

Why the Centipede Game is Important for Political Science.
Professor: Becky Morton
Field(s): Methodology
Date: 03 / 2005

Influence in Terrorist Networks: From Undirected to Directed Graphs (with Hande Mutlu and Shawn Ling Ramirez)
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): International Relations, Methodology
Date: 02 / 2005

Critical Strategies under Approval Voting: Who Gets Ruled in and Ruled out (with M. Remzi Sanver)
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Economy, Political Theory
Date: 01 / 2005

Is Causal-Process Observation an Oxymoron: A comment on Brady and Collier (eds.), "Rethinking Social Inquiry"
Professor: Nathaniel Beck
Field(s): Methodology
Date: 12 / 2004

Political Institutions and Economic Performance: The Effects of Accountability and Obstacles to Policy Change
Professor: Shanker Satyanath
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 12 / 2004

What Determines Long-Run Macroeconomic Stability? Democratic Institutions
Professor: Shanker Satyanath
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 12 / 2004

A Minimax Procedure for Electing Committees (with D. Marc Kilgour and M. Remzi Sanver)
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Economy, Political Theory
Date: 10 / 2004

Social Identity, Electoral Institutions, and the Number of Candidates
Professor: Eric Dickson
Field(s): Comparative Politics
Date: 10 / 2004

Random Coefficient Models for Time-Series--Cross-Section Data (with Jonathan N. Katz)
Professor: Nathaniel Beck
Field(s): Methodology, Comparative Politics
Date: 09 / 2004

Space is More than Geography: Using Spatial Econometrics in the Study of Political Economy (with Kristian Skrede Gleditsch and Kyle Beardsley)
Professor: Nathaniel Beck
Field(s): Methodology, International Relations, Comparative Politics
Date: 09 / 2004

A Minimax Procedure for Negotiating Multilateral Treaties (with D. Marc Kilgour and M. Remzi Sanver)
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): International Relations, Political Theory
Date: 09 / 2004

The Political Economy of Corporate Fraud: A Theory and Empirical Tests
Professor: Bruce Bueno de Mesquita
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 09 / 2004

Testing Novel Implications from the Selectorate Theory of War
Professor: Bruce Bueno de Mesquita
Field(s): International Relations
Date: 09 / 2004

Money: Constitutionalism (for the OUP Handbook of Political Economy)
Professor: Russell Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory
Date: 09 / 2004

The Limits of Judicial Independence: The Supreme Court's Constitutional Rulings, 1987-2000 (with Barry Friedman)
Professor: Anna Harvey
Field(s): American Politics
Date: 09 / 2004

Policy Research: The Field Dimension
Professor: Lawrence Mead
Field(s): American Politics
Date: 09 / 2004

Some Historical, Theoretical, and Methodological Issues in Identifying Effects of Political Institutions
Professor: Adam Przeworski
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 09 / 2004

The Political Economy of Corporate Fraud: A Theory and Empirical Tests
Professor: Alastair Smith
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 09 / 2004

Testing Novel Implications from the Selectorate Theory of War
Professor: Alastair Smith
Field(s): International Relations
Date: 09 / 2004

Directing Retribution: Ex Ante versus Ex Post Constraints on the Discretion of Trial Court Judges
Professor: Sanford Gordon
Field(s): American Politics, Political Economy
Date: 08 / 2004

Electoral Institutions and the Evolution of Partisan Conventions (with Subhanan Mukherjee)
Professor: Anna Harvey
Field(s): American Politics
Date: 08 / 2004

Institutions, Expectations, and Currency Crises
Professor: Shanker Satyanath
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 08 / 2004

An Exact Epitome of the People (on representative democracy)
Professor: Russell Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory
Date: 07 / 2004

Research and Welfare Reform
Professor: Lawrence Mead
Field(s): American Politics
Date: 07 / 2004

Toward a Marxist Theory of American Patriotism
Professor: Bertell Ollman
Field(s): Political Theory, American Politics
Date: 07 / 2004

Geography vs. Institutions Revisited: Were Fortunes Reversed?
Professor: Adam Przeworski
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 07 / 2004

All Style and No Substance? The Strategic Calculus of Campaign Advertising
Professor: Rebecca Morton
Field(s): American Politics, Methodology
Date: 06 / 2004

The Last Instance: Are Institutions the Primary Cause of Economic Development?
Professor: Adam Przeworski
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 06 / 2004

Foreign Aid and Policy Concessions
Professor: Bruce Bueno de Mesquita
Field(s): International Relations
Date: 05 / 2004

Self-enforcing Democracy
Professor: Adam Przeworski
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 05 / 2004

Foreign Aid and Policy Concessions
Professor: Alastair Smith
Field(s): International Relations
Date: 05 / 2004

Fair Division
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Economy, Political Theory
Date: 04 / 2004

From Order to Justice (on Rawls's theory of justice)
Professor: Russell Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory
Date: 04 / 2004

Anarchy, Hierarchy, and Actio Popularis: An International Governance Perspective
Professor: James Hsiung
Field(s): International Relations
Date: 04 / 2004

The political economy of redistribution under democracy
Professor: Adam Przeworski
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 03 / 2004

Dictatorial Institutions (with Jennifer Gandhi)
Professor: Adam Przeworski
Field(s): Comparative Politics
Date: 03 / 2004

Economic Development and Transitions to Democracy
Professor: Adam Przeworski
Field(s): Comparative Politics
Date: 02 / 2004

"Incomplete Fiscal Rules with Imperfect Enforcement (with Florin Bilbiie)
Professor: David Stasavage
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 02 / 2004

Cake Division with Minimal Cuts: Envy-Free Procedures for Three Persons, Four Persons, and Beyond (with Julius B. Barbanel)
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Economy, Political Theory
Date: 01 / 2004

Social Identity, Political Speech, and Electoral Competition
Professor: Eric Dickson
Field(s): Comparative Politics
Date: 01 / 2004

Globalization and Democracy (with Covadonga Meseguer)
Professor: Adam Przeworski
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 01 / 2004

Deliberation as Self-Discovery
Professor: Catherine Hafer
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 11 / 2003

On the Origins of Property Rights: Conflict and Production in the State of Nature
Professor: Catherine Hafer
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 11 / 2003

Contracting with the Powerful: the Politico-Economic Foundations of Feudalism
Professor: Catherine Hafer
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 11 / 2003

Public Goods and Political Unions
Professor: Catherine Hafer
Field(s): Political Economy
Date: 11 / 2003

Deliberation as Self-Discovery
Professor: Dimitri Landa
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 11 / 2003

The Paradox of 'Warlord' Democracy: A Theoretical Investigation
Professor: Leonard Wantchekon
Field(s): Political Theory, Comparative Politics
Date: 11 / 2003

Resource Wealth and Political Regimes in Africa
Professor: Leonard Wantchekon
Field(s): Political Economy, Comparative Politics
Date: 11 / 2003

Clientelism and Voting Behavior: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Benin
Professor: Leonard Wantchekon
Field(s): Comparative Politics, Methodology
Date: 11 / 2003

Forming Stable Coalitions: The Process Matters (with D. Marc Kilgour and M. Remzi Sanver)
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): American Politics, Political Theory
Date: 10 / 2003

Unions as Mobilizing Institutions in the U.S., 1964-2000
Professor: Jonathan Nagler
Field(s): American Politics
Date: 10 / 2003

Going from Theory to Practice: The Mixed Success of Approval Voting (with Peter C. Fishburn)
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Economy, Political Theory
Date: 08 / 2003

Primaries and Turnout
Professor: Rebecca Morton
Field(s): American Politics, Methodology
Date: 07 / 2003

Analyzing Elections
Professor: Rebecca Morton
Field(s): American Politics
Date: 07 / 2003

Proportionality versus Perfectness: Experiments in Majoritarian Bargaining
Professor: Rebecca Morton
Field(s): Comparative Politics, Political Economy, Methodology
Date: 06 / 2003

Ethnicity, Gender, and the Demand for Redistribution: Experimental Evidence from Benin
Professor: Leonard Wantchekon
Field(s): Political Economy, Comparative Politics, Methodology
Date: 06 / 2003

Where Do The Peacekeepers Go?
Professor: Michael Gilligan
Field(s): International Relations
Date: 04 / 2003

Decisiveness of Contributors' Perceptions in Elections
Professor: Rebecca Morton
Field(s): Political Economy, American Politics
Date: 04 / 2003

Race-Based versus Issue Voting: A Natural Experiment: The 2001 City of Los Angeles Elections
Professor: Jonathan Nagler
Field(s): American Politics
Date: 04 / 2003

Is There a Broader-Deeper Tradeoff?
Professor: Michael Gilligan
Field(s): International Relations
Date: 03 / 2003

On the Political Strength of Regulated Industries and the Conditional Nature of Regulatory Autonomy
Professor: Sanford Gordon
Field(s): American Politics, Methodology
Date: 03 / 2003

Election Timing in Majoritarian Parliaments
Professor: Alastair Smith
Field(s): International Relations
Date: 03 / 2003

Testing Theories of Strategic Choice: The Example of Crisis Escalation
Professor: Alastair Smith
Field(s): International Relations
Date: 03 / 2003

Random coefficient models
Professor: Nathaniel Beck
Field(s): Methodology, International Relations, Political Economy
Date: 02 / 2003

Accountability and Coercion: Is Justice Blind when It Runs for Office?
Professor: Sanford Gordon
Field(s): American Politics, Methodology
Date: 01 / 2003

Political Dutch Disease
Professor: Leonard Wantchekon
Field(s): Political Economy, Comparative Politics, Methodology
Date: 11 / 2002

Crime in New Democracies
Professor: Leonard Wantchekon
Field(s): Political Economy, Comparative Politics, Methodology
Date: 11 / 2002

Efficient Fair Division: Help the Worst Off or Avoid Envy? (with Daniel L. King)
Professor: Steven Brams
Field(s): Political Economy, Political Theory
Date: 10 / 2002

The Impact of Leadership Turnover on Relations Between States
Professor: Alastair Smith
Field(s): International Relations
Date: 10 / 2002

A Theory of Post-Civil War Democratization
Professor: Leonard Wantchekon
Field(s): Political Economy, Comparative Politics, Methodology
Date: 10 / 2002

Clientelism and Voting Behavior: A Field Experiment in Benin
Professor: Leonard Wantchekon
Field(s): Political Economy, Comparative Politics, Methodology
Date: 10 / 2002

Power-sharing Agreements as Political Risk-sharing Contracts
Professor: Leonard Wantchekon
Field(s): Political Economy, Comparative Politics, Methodology
Date: 08 / 2002

Alternative Models of Dynamics in Binary Time-Series--Cross-Section Models: The Example of State Failure (with David Epstein, Simon Jackman and Sharyn O'halloran)
Professor: Nathaniel Beck
Field(s): Methodology, International Relations, Political Economy
Date: 07 / 2002

Testing the Selectorate: Explanation of the Democratic Peace (With James D. Morrow, Randolph M. Siverson, and Alastair Smith)
Professor: Bruce Bueno De Mesquita
Field(s): International Relations
Date: 07 / 2002

The Crippled Epistemology of Extremism
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 2002

Street-Level Epistemology and Political Participation
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 2002

Economic Performance, Economic Voting and Electoral Accountability (with Suzanne De Boef)
Professor: Jonathan Nagler
Field(s): Methodology, American Politics, Political Economy
Date: 04 / 2002

Liberal Distrust
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 01 / 2002

Political Institutions, Policy Choice and the Survival of Leaders
Professor: Alastair Smith
Field(s): International Relations
Date: 11 / 2001

Random coefficient models for time-series--cross-section data (with Jonathan Katz)
Professor: Nathaniel Beck
Field(s): Methodology, International Relations, Political Economy
Date: 07 / 2001

Democratic Aggregation
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 2001

Law and Social Order
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 2001

The Normative Core of Rational Choice Theory
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 2001

Norms of Cooperativeness and Networks of Trust
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 2001

Honest Threats: The Interaction of Reputation and Political Institutions in International Crises
Professor: Alastair Smith
Field(s): International Relations
Date: 01 / 2001

Communities and Development: Autarkic Social Groups and the Economy
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 2000

Fallacies of Nationalism
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 2000

Trust and Society
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 2000

Electoral Competition under the Threat of Political Unrest
Professor: Leonard Wantchekon
Field(s): Political Economy, Comparative Politics, Methodology
Date: 05 / 2000

Democratic Epistemology and Accountability
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 01 / 2000

Strategic Voting in Conditions of Political Instability: the 1994 Elections in El Salvador
Professor: Leonard Wantchekon
Field(s): Political Economy, Comparative Politics, Methodology
Date: 10 / 1999

The 'Game' of Torture
Professor: Leonard Wantchekon
Field(s): Political Economy, Comparative Politics, Methodology
Date: 10 / 1999

Democracy and Collective Bads
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1999

From Bodo Ethics to Distributive Justice
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1999

Norms of Exclusion and Difference
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1999

Social Capital
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1999

An Institutional Explanation of the Democratic Peace
Professor: Alastair Smith
Field(s): International Relations
Date: 02 / 1999

The Dear Self and Others
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1998

Institutional Commitment: Values or Incentives?
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1998

Reasonable Agreement: Political Not Normative
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1998

Trust in Government
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1998

Garbage Out, Garbage In
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 04 / 1998

Economics, Entitlements and Social Issues: Voter Choice in the 1996 Presidential Election (with R. Michael Alvarez)
Professor: Jonathan Nagler
Field(s): Methodology, American Politics, Political Economy
Date: 08 / 1997

Economic Conditions and Presidential Elections (with Jennifer R. Niemann).
Professor: Jonathan Nagler
Field(s): Methodology, American Politics, Political Economy
Date: 08 / 1997

Democracy on the Margin
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1997

Economic Theories of the State
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1997

Theory on the Prowl
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1997

The Economics of Religious Belief
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 03 / 1997

Trustworthiness
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 10 / 1996

Russell’s Power
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 09 / 1996

Explaining the Gender Gap U.S. Presidential Elections, 1980-1992 (with Carole Chaney and R. Michael Alvarez).
Professor: Jonathan Nagler
Field(s): Methodology, American Politics, Political Economy
Date: 08 / 1996

Distributive Justice in a Real World
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1996

Magic on the Frontier: The Norm of Efficiency
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 05 / 1996

Explaining the Gender Gap in the 1992 U.S. Presidential Election (with Carole Chaney and R. Michael Alvarez).
Professor: Jonathan Nagler
Field(s): Methodology, American Politics, Political Economy
Date: 04 / 1996

Economics, Issues and the Perot Candidacy: Voter Choice in the 1992 Presidential Election (with R. Michael Alvarez).
Professor: Jonathan Nagler
Field(s): Methodology, American Politics, Political Economy
Date: 04 / 1996

When Politics and Models Collide: Estimating Models of Multi-Party Elections (with R. Michael Alvarez).
Professor: Jonathan Nagler
Field(s): Methodology, American Politics, Political Economy
Date: 03 / 1996

Issues, Economics, and the Dynamics of Multi-Party Elections: The British 1987 General Election (with R. Michael Alvarez and Shaun Bowler).
Professor: Jonathan Nagler
Field(s): Methodology, American Politics, Political Economy
Date: 02 / 1996

Institutional Morality
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1995

International Deontology
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1995

Straddling Lines
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1995

Contested Community
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 05 / 1995

My University’s Yacht: Morality and the Rule of Law
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1994

Altruism and Mutual Advantage
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 12 / 1993

The Economics of Knowledge and Utilitarian Morality
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1993

Efficiency
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1993

Liberalism: Political and Economic
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1993

Blackmailing for Mutual Good
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 04 / 1993

From Power to Order, from Hobbes to Hume
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 03 / 1993

The Street-Level Epistemology of Trust
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 12 / 1992

The Morality of Law and Economics
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 11 / 1992

Commonsense at the Foundations
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1992

Determinacy and Rational Choice
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1992

Efficiency vs. Equality and the Demise of Socialism
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1992

The Artificial Duties of Contemporary Professionals
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 12 / 1991

Acting Together, Contributing Together
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 07 / 1991

To Rule in No Matters, To Obey in All: Democracy and Autonomy
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1991

Trusting Persons, Trusting Institutions
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1991

Hobbesian Political Order
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 05 / 1991

Incentives and Beneficence
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1990

Public Choice vs. Democracy
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1990

Rationally Justifying Political Coercion
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1990

The Social Evolution of Cooperation
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1990

Contractarianism: Wistful Thinking
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 02 / 1990

Autonomy, Identity, and Welfare
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 12 / 1989

Ethics and Stochastic Processes
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 10 / 1989

The Contemporary Crisis in Ethics
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1989

Political Obligation
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1989

Why a Constitution?
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1989

Constitutional Political Economy: Agreement on Rules
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 10 / 1988

Rational Choice Theory
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1988

Time and Rational Choice
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1988

Bargaining for Justice
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 04 / 1988

Does Might Make Right?
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1987

Rational Choice Theories
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1987

Social Justice in the Large and Small
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 04 / 1987

The Utilitarian Logic of Liberalism
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 10 / 1986

Deterrence and Moral Theory
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1986

Pragmatic Intuitions and Rational Choice
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1986

Winning Versus Doing Well
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 06 / 1986

Comment on Gary S. Becker and Nigel Tomes
Professor: Russel Hardin
Field(s): Political Theory, Political Economy
Date: 05 / 1986