Jamie Carson
Jamie Carson
UGA Athletic Association Professor of Public & International Affairs II, University of Georgia
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The Politics of Congressional Elections 10e
G Jacobson, J Carson
Rowman & Littlefield, 2020
The electoral costs of party loyalty in Congress
JL Carson, G Koger, MJ Lebo, E Young
American Journal of Political Science 54 (3), 598-616, 2010
Candidate quality, the personal vote, and the incumbency advantage in congress
JL Carson, EJ Engstrom, JM Roberts
American Political Science Review 101 (2), 289-301, 2007
Redistricting and party polarization in the US House of Representatives
JL Carson, MH Crespin, CJ Finocchiaro, DW Rohde
American Politics Research 35 (6), 878-904, 2007
Strategy, selection, and candidate competition in US House and Senate elections
JL Carson
The Journal of Politics 67 (1), 1-28, 2005
The impact of national tides and district-level effects on electoral outcomes: The US congressional elections of 1862-63
JL Carson, JA Jenkins, DW Rohde, MA Souva
American Journal of Political Science, 887-898, 2001
Position-taking and electoral accountability in the US House of Representatives
GL Bovitz, JL Carson
Political Research Quarterly 59 (2), 297-312, 2006
The effect of state redistricting methods on electoral competition in United States House of Representatives races
JL Carson, MH Crespin
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 4 (4), 455-469, 2004
Change and Continuity in the 2000 and 2002 Elections
PR Abramson, JH Aldrich, DW Rohde
CQ Press College, 2003
Parties as procedural coalitions in Congress: An examination of differing career tracks
JA Jenkins, MH Crespin, JL Carson
Legislative Studies Quarterly 30 (3), 365-389, 2005
Assessing the electoral connection: Evidence from the early United States
JL Carson, EJ Engstrom
American Journal of Political Science 49 (4), 746-757, 2005
Strategic politicians and US House elections, 1874–1914
JL Carson, JM Roberts
The Journal of Politics 67 (2), 474-496, 2005
Ambition, competition, and electoral reform: The politics of congressional elections across time
JL Carson, JM Roberts
University of Michigan Press, 2013
Redistricting, candidate entry, and the politics of nineteenth‐century US House elections
JL Carson, EJ Engstrom, JM Roberts
American Journal of Political Science 50 (2), 283-293, 2006
Examining the electoral connection across time
JL Carson, JA Jenkins
Annual Review of Political Science 14, 25-46, 2011
Shirking in the contemporary Congress: A reappraisal
JL Carson, MH Crespin, JA Jenkins, RJ Vander Wielen
Political Analysis 12 (2), 176-179, 2004
Reevaluating the effects of redistricting on electoral competition, 1972–2012
JL Carson, MH Crespin, RD Williamson
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 14 (2), 165-177, 2014
Strategic interaction and candidate competition in US House elections: Empirical applications of probit and strategic probit models
JL Carson
Political Analysis 11 (4), 368-380, 2003
Constituency cleavages and congressional parties: Measuring homogeneity and polarization, 1857–1913
JA Jenkins, E Schickler, JL Carson
Social Science History 28 (4), 537-573, 2004
Unpacking agenda control in congress: individual roll rates and the republican revolution
JL Carson, NW Monroe, G Robinson
Political Research Quarterly 64 (1), 17-30, 2011
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