Howard Rosenthal
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Congress: A political-economic history of roll call voting
KT Poole, H Rosenthal
Oxford University Press on Demand, 2000
39862000
Polarized America: The dance of ideology and unequal riches
N McCarty, KT Poole, H Rosenthal
mit Press, 2016
28832016
Applied regression: An introduction
C Lewis-Beck, M Lewis-Beck
Sage publications, 2015
19152015
Partisan politics, divided government, and the economy
A Alesina, H Rosenthal
Cambridge University Press, 1995
18781995
Political resource allocation, controlled agendas, and the status quo
T Romer, H Rosenthal
Public choice 33 (4), 27-43, 1978
14781978
A spatial model for legislative roll call analysis
KT Poole, H Rosenthal
American Journal of Political Science, 357-384, 1985
10971985
Patterns of congressional voting
KT Poole, H Rosenthal
American journal of political science, 228-278, 1991
9351991
Ideology and congress
KT Poole, HL Rosenthal
Transaction Publishers, 2011
8842011
Voter participation and strategic uncertainty
TR Palfrey, H Rosenthal
The American Political Science Review, 62-78, 1985
7991985
Bureaucrats versus voters: On the political economy of resource allocation by direct democracy
T Romer, H Rosenthal
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 93 (4), 563-587, 1979
7801979
A strategic calculus of voting
TR Palfrey, H Rosenthal
Public choice 41 (1), 7-53, 1983
6951983
The polarization of American politics
KT Poole, H Rosenthal
The journal of politics 46 (4), 1061-1079, 1984
6191984
Participation and the provision of discrete public goods: a strategic analysis
TR Palfrey, H Rosenthal
Journal of public Economics 24 (2), 171-193, 1984
5741984
The elusive median voter
T Romer, H Rosenthal
Journal of Public Economics 12 (2), 143-170, 1979
4541979
Prediction analysis: of cross classifications
JD Hildebrand, David Kl Laing
Wiley, 1977
421*1977
The hunt for party discipline in congress
N McCarty, KT Poole, H Rosenthal
American Political Science Review, 673-687, 2001
4102001
Partisan cycles in congressional elections and the macroeconomy
A Alesina, H Rosenthal
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 1988
3981988
Why hasn't democracy slowed rising inequality?
A Bonica, N McCarty, KT Poole, H Rosenthal
Journal of Economic Perspectives 27 (3), 103-24, 2013
3802013
A model of the political economy of the United States
A Alesina, J Londregan, H Rosenthal
American Political Science Review, 12-33, 1993
3691993
D-nominate after 10 years: A comparative update to congress: A political-economic history of roll-call voting
KT Poole, H Rosenthal
Legislative Studies Quarterly, 5-29, 2001
3682001
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