David Karol
David Karol
Associate Professor of Government and Politics, University of Maryland
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The party decides: Presidential nominations before and after reform
M Cohen, D Karol, H Noel, J Zaller
University of Chicago Press, 2009
A theory of political parties: Groups, policy demands and nominations in American politics
K Bawn, M Cohen, D Karol, S Masket, H Noel, J Zaller
Perspectives on Politics 10 (3), 571-597, 2012
Party Position Change in American Politics: Coalition Management
D Karol
Party Position Change in American Politics: Coalition Management, 2009
The electoral cost of war: Iraq casualties and the 2004 US presidential election
D Karol, E Miguel
Journal of Politics 69 (3), 633-648, 2007
Divided government and US trade policy: Much ado about nothing?
D Karol
International Organization 54 (4), 825-844, 2000
Does constituency size affect elected officials' trade policy preferences?
D Karol
The Journal of Politics 69 (2), 483-494, 2007
# polarizedfeeds: Three experiments on polarization, framing, and social media
A Banks, E Calvo, D Karol, S Telhami
The International Journal of Press/Politics 26 (3), 609-634, 2021
Party Versus Faction in the Reformed Presidential Nominating System
M Cohen, D Karol, H Noel, J Zaller
PS- Political Science & Politics 49 (4), 701-708, 2016
Beating reform: The resurgence of parties in presidential nominations, 1980 to 2000
DK Marty Cohen, H Noel, J Zaller
meeting of the American Political Science Association, 2001
Red, green, and blue: the partisan divide on environmental issues
D Karol
Elements in American Politics, 2019
How Does Party Position Change Happen? The Case of Gay Rights in the US Congress
D Karol
Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, New Orleans …, 2012
Party Activists, Interest Groups, and Polarization in American Politics
D Karol
American Gridlock: The Sources, Character, and Impact of Political …, 2015
Has polling enhanced representation? Unearthing evidence from the Literary Digest issue polls
D Karol
Studies in American Political Development 21 (1), 16-29, 2007
Political parties in rough weather
M Cohen, D Karol, H Noel, J Zaller
The Forum 5 (4), 0000102202154088841214, 2008
Polls or Pols? The real driving force behind presidential nominations
M Cohen, D Karol, H Noel, J Zaller
The Brookings Review 21 (3), 36-39, 2003
The invisible primary in presidential nominations, 1980–2004
M Cohen, D Karol, H Noel, J Zaller
The making of the presidential candidates, 1-38, 2008
From Personal to Partisan: Abortion, Party, and Religion Among California State Legislators
D Karol, CN Thurston
Studies in American Political Development 31, 149-69, 2020
Political Parties in American Political Development
D Karol
Oxford Handbook of American Political Development, 2014
Forcing their hands? Campaign finance law, retirement announcements and the rise of the permanent campaign in US senate elections
D Karol
Congress & the Presidency 42 (1), 79-94, 2015
“An inherited money dude from Queens county”: How unseen candidate characteristics affect voter perceptions
J McDonald, D Karol, L Mason
Political Behavior 42, 915-938, 2020
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