MPSA Annual National Conference 2008-Apr-03 to 2008-Apr-07

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Cabinet Duration in Latin American Presidential Democracies
 Shin, Jae Hyeok.
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Calibrating Vote Count Digit Tests
 Mebane, Walter.

California’s 2000 Redistricting and the Democratic Party’s Dilemma
 Hussey, Wesley.

Campaign Advertising, Issue Environments, and Latino Political Behavior in 2004 House Elections
 Keane, Michael.
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Campaign Contributions, Judicial Decisionmaking, and Institutional Context
 Cann, Damon. and Bonneau, Christopher.

Campaign Finance Disclosure and Legislative Fundraising Behavior
 Apollonio, Dorie. and La Raja, Raymond.
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Campaign Finance: Timing and Its Torments
 McGhee, Eric. and La Raja, Raymond.
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Campaign Innovation on the Demand Side: Theory and Evidence from Europe
 Smith, Jennifer.
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Campaign Interestingness: Political Events, Candid Photographs, and Backstage Behaviors
 Compton, Joshua.

Campaign Messages and the Prospects for Black-Latino Electoral Alliances
 Carey, Jr., Tony.

Campaign Participants and Interest Group Activists: Not So Strange Bedfellows
 Rapoport, Ronald. and McCann, James.
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Campaign Promises in a New Democracy
 Roberts, Andrew.

Campaigning in Past Tense: How Candidate Background Alters Issue Agendas
 Arbour, Brian.
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Can Bribes Buy Protection Against International Competition?
 Bjørnskov, Christian.
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Can Gestures of Goodwill from the State Condition Attitudes in Post-Authoritarian Democracies?: A Field Experiment
 Nishikawa, Katsuo.
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Can Good Policies be Found? Repeated Elections, Learning and Policy Dynamics
 Callander, Steven.
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Can Governments Ameliorate Discrimination in Politics? Evidence from Randomized Quotas in India
 Bhavnani, Rikhil.
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Can Municipal Governments Be Trusted with Policy Implementation?
 Phillips, Justin. and Ogorzalek, Tom.
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Can Politicians Gain Popularity at the Expense Institutional Legitimacy?
 Vazquez del Mercado, Salvador.

Can Rational Learning Lead to Advocacy Coalitions?
 Henry, Adam.

Canada's Security Strategy and the Transatlantic Alliance
 Zyla, Benjamin.

Canadian Legislative Committees: Towards a Model of Best Practices
 Docherty, Daivd.

Candidate Traits in a Dynamic Campaign: The Consultant's View
 Johnson, Jason.

Candidates and Campaigns in Open Seats in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1994-2006
 Burrell, Barbara. and Da Silva, Alexandre.
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Candidates and Context: A Multilevel Analysis of Candidate Advertising
 Fleming, David.
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Capital Mobility and Income Redistribution in the Developing World
 Campello, Daniela.

Capital Mobility and its Effect from Political Economy Perspective
 Suebsawangkul, Aticha.

Career Patterns of Public Managers with Private Sector Work Experience: Description and Implications
 Ponomariov, Branco. and Boardman, Paul.
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Carl Schmitt, the Friend/Enemy Distinction, and International Relations Theory
 Kelanic, Rosemary.
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Carl Schmitt: War, Terror and the Spaces of Global Politics
 Shapiro, Kam.

Carving Voters Out: Redistricting's Influence on Political Information
 Winburn, Jonathan. and Wagner, Michael.
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Categorical Variables in Public Opinion
 Goodrich, Ben. and Rehm, Philipp.
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Categorization Strength: A Psychological Theory of Ideological Thinking
 Young, Everett.

Catholic Basis of Party Identification in Mexico: A Preliminary Explanation
 Diaz-Dominguez, Alejandro.
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Catholic Conservative and American Patriot: The Anti-Individualist Vision of Garry Wills
 Zirakzadeh, Cyrus.
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Catholicism and the Comprehensive-Political Debate in Liberal Theory
 Soroski, John.
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Caucuses, Constituents, and Congressional Representation
 Miler, Kristina.

Causal Inference with Mismeasured Treatment: Application to a Field Experiment on Democratic Deliberations
 Imai, Kosuke. and Yamamoto, Teppei.

Causes of Islamic Fundamentalism: A Quantitative Analysis
 Berna, D..

Caveman Politics: Evolutionary Effects on Political Preferences
 Murray, Gregg. and Schmitz, David.
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Celebrity Politics and Young Adults' Political Beliefs in the United Kingdom
 Jackson, David. and Jesse, Neal.
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Central Bank Independence in Developing Countries: The President Matters
 Garriga, Ana Carolina.

Central and East European States and the Lisbon Strategy: The Europeanisation of National Systems of Innovation
 Fritsch, Stefan.

Centralized Administration and Civil Rights Enforcement in the Era of Multiculturalism: The Sixties Meets the Aughts
 Masugi, Ken.

Challenges to Democratic Decentralization in CEE: The Case of Serbia
 Konitzer, Andrew.
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Challenging Government: Government Arrangements, Policy Shocks and No-Confidence Motions
 Williams, Laron.
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Challenging Years of Responsibility: Christian Realism and the Cold War
 Edwards, Mark.
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Changeable as Weather? Elected and Appointed Officials in Local Government
 Mani, Bonnie. and Mitchell, Patricia.
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Changepoint Models for Binary and Polychotomous Response Data with Parameter Specific Breaks
 Park, Jong Hee.

Changes in Party Image and Identity: Extreme Right-Wing Parties in Italy
 Neumiller, Joan.

Changing Media Coverage of Barack Obama
 Nelson, Shannon.

Changing Protest Behavior of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood
 Sahgal, Neha.
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Changing Their Votes: Voting Patterns in the 2005 BC-STV Referendum
 McKelvy, Andrew.
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Changing Value System in the European Union
 Yesilada, Birol. and Noordijk, Peter.
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Changing religiosity, changing politics? The impact of traditional and post-traditional forms of religiosity on political attitudes: Evidence from the Swiss case
 Nicolet, Sarah. and Tresch, Anke.
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Changing the Rules: Institutional Change and Voter Turnout
 Love, Gregory. and Carlin, Ryan.

Charlton Heston's Cold Dead Hands and Violent Crime in the United States: Using Counterfactual Evidence from Canada
 Jusko, Karen.

Charter School Governance and Accountability
 Basinger, Nancy. and Grabner-Hagen, Melissa.
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Charters Schools, Equity, and Student Enrollments: The Role of For-profit Educational Management Organizations
 Ertas, Nevbahar. and Roch, Christine.

Charting the Course of Inchoate Political Party System Development
 Shair-Rosenfield, Sarah.

Chile's Experiment in Criminal Law Reform: Conversion from an Inquisitorial to Adversarial System
 Tiede, Lydia.
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China and America's Quest for an Open World
 Marquardt, James.

China's Strategy in Its Pursuit of African Oil
 Yen, Chen-Shen.
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China’s Current Energy Strategy and Oil Diplomacy Towards Russia and Central Asia
 Lien, Hong-Yi.
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China’s Foreign Trade Reform and its Expected Declining Trade Surpluses
 Mantzopoulos, Victoria. and Shen, Raphel.
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China’s Geo-Strategic Maneuver in the Acquisition of Oil: In Non-Western World
 Teng, Chung-chian.
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Chinese energy policy making process
 Kim, Seongjo.
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Choice Context and Decision-Making: An Application to Voter Fatigue
 Nicholson, Scott.
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Choosing Between Multinomial Logit and Multinomial Probit Models for Analysis of Unordered Choice Data
 Kropko, Jonathan.
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Choosing Violence or Nonviolence: Attractiveness and Unattractiveness in Strategic Decision-Making
 Martin, Nancy., Pedahzur, Ami., Perliger, Arie. and Weinberg, Leonard.
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Choosing to Target: What Types of Countries Get Different Types of World Bank Programs
 Winters, Matthew.

Christian Views on Immigration Policy: Are Laity Following Leaders?
 Melkonian-Hoover, Ruth.
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Church-State Relations in Mainland China and Taiwan after 1949
 Xie, Xiaheng.

Churchill as Political and International Relations Theorist
 Reinhard, Michael. and Carrington, Mitchell.

Cicero, Aquinas, and Contemporary Issues in Natural Law Theory
 Seagrave, Stephen.
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Cicero's Immortal State
 Maass, Richard.
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Circular Data in Political Science and How to Handle It
 Gill, Jeff. and Hangartner, Dominik.

Circulation of Office Holders: The New York City Council and Term Limits
 Kraus, Jeffrey.

Cities and Stability: Urbanization and Non-Democratic Regime Survival
 Wallace, Jeremy.
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Citizen Monitoring and Capitol Bureau Coverage
 Johnson, Martin.
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Citizen Participation Gone Fallow: Freeway Politics in the Twin Cities
 Cavanaugh, Patricia.
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Citizen Trust in State Government Institutions
 Milyo, Jeffrey., Konisky, David. and Richardson, Lilliard.

Citizen and Industry Groups’ Strategic Use of Policy and Political Information
 McQuide, Bryan.
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Climate Change Response: Toward a Critical Theory of Local Action
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Closing the Gender Gap in Sentencing Patterns: An Examination of Paternalism, Social Control, and Sentencing Guidelines
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Clouds of Witness: American Mayors Personality Analysis via Their Speeches
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Coalition Government and Retrospective Accountability
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Coalition Preferences and Ideological Voting: Scottish Elections of 2007
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Collusion or Insulation? The Politics of Trade and the Developing World's Institutions
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Coming Home: Attitudes and Behaviors of Romanian Migrant Workers Returning from Abroad
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Command or Collaborate: A Model for Explaining Civilian Control of the Military in India
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Commitment Problem in Designing a Self-Enforceable Federal System for Korea
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Committing to Peace: The Consequences of Direct and Indirect State Learning
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Community Development Districts: An Entrepreunerial Model of Governance
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Comparative Political Theory: Scope Progress and Promise
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Comparative Politics of Labour Market Deregulation in Italy and Japan since the 1990s
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Comparative Study of Media Effects in the EU: The Immigration Issue and Public Opinion in Ireland and France
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Comparative Study on the Immigration Policies in Japan and Korea: Interests, Norms, and Institutions
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Comparing Civil Society Organizations in Muslim Minority Communities
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Comparing Large and Small State Performance in Ballot Issue Elections
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Comparing National Identity and Separatist Movement in China, Thailand and the Philippines
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Comparing Virtual States: Governance and Information Technology
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Comparing the Influence of Compulsory Voting on Political Participation
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Compensating the Losers: Responses to Globalization via Roll-Call Votes
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Compensation Effects of International Migration: Unskilled Foreign Workers and Social Welfare in Developed European Countries
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Compensation Policy and Environmental Justice: The An-Shun Plant Case
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Competing Memories: Nationalism and Legacies of Violence and Conflict in the Former Yugoslavia
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Competition Between Institutions in Multilevel Governance: Implications for Political Trust
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Competition and Consensus in Networks: Does Disagreement Depress Turnout?
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Competition is Good: Side-Benefits of Competitive Districts
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Competition of Collective Powers: External and Internal Competition with Cooperation
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Competition with Endogenous Valence: the Effects of Ideology on Candidate Quality and Polarization
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Competition, Exit and Voice in a Deregulated Market
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Competitive Frames and Public Opinion: Evidence from the Same-Sex Marriage Debate
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Competitiveness, Commitments, and Courts: Judicial Change in Brazil and Mexico
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Complex Causality of TANF Expenditures
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Complex Learning: The Expansion of China's Coastal Strategy, 1982-1985
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Complying with Signals: The Effect of Voter Approval of Bond Measures on Deficit Spending
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Compositional Effects of Early Voting Laws
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Compromise and Recurring War
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Comrades to Voters: Class Cleavages and Voting Preferences in Ukraine
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Conceptions of State Responsibility in Central and Eastern Europe
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Conceptualizing Motivation
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Conditions for Democratic Consolidation and Economic Growth in Central and Eastern Europe: A Cross-National Investigation of Inclusion of Ethnic Minority Groups
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Confidence in the Courts: A Latino Perspective
 Wrinkle, Robert., Polinard, J.., Wenzel, James. and Evans, Diana.
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Conflict Diamonds and the Kimberley Process: Agenda Setting and Tripartism
 Bieri, Franziska.

Conflict Negotiators: Gender as a Variable in El Salvador and Guatemala
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Conflict and Cooperation in Middle Size Cities
 Nollenberger, Karl.
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Conflict and Individual Identity Formation
 Gibler, Doug., Hutchison, Marc. and Miller, Steve.

Conflict, Casualties and Government Change
 Smith, Jason. and Koch, Michael.

Conflict, Control and Policy in State-Local Relations
 Liebert, Jonah.

Conflicts of Law and the Confrontation Between Courts and People’s Congresses in China
 Zhao, Yi.

Confronting the Lobby: Arab American Organizations and Palestinian Statehood
 Marrar, Khalil.
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Confronting the West: Why Russia Chooses to Confront the West Directly While China Does Not?
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Confucianism and the Liberal Democratic Party
 Redmann, Andrew.

Confucianism, State Feminism and Domestic Violence in Japan
 Freiner, Nicole.

Congress and Nazi Anti-Semitsm: Issue Advocacy and Policy Formation
 Demsky, Jeffrey.
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Congress and the Polarity Paradox: Enacting Landmark Laws, 1857-1994
 Dodd, Lawrence. and Schraufnagel, Scot.
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Congress, Ex parte Young, and the Fate of the Three-Judge District Court
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Congress, in Theory: Subjecting Canonical Models of Distributive Politics to Basic (but Long Overdue) Empirical Tests
 Berry, Christopher., Burden, Barry. and Howell, William.
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Congressional Campaigns, Competitiveness and Political Attitudes
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Congressional Consideration of Democratic Reform
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Congressional Decision Making: The 2001 USA PATRIOT Act and 2006 Renewal
 Kierst, Mary.

Congressional Polarization and the Legislative Agenda
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Congressional Preference Formation and Gun Control: The Brady Roll Calls
 Levine, Meredith., Cendon Boveda, Karina., Yi, Kang. and Yamada, Kyohei.
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Congressional Primaries, the Internet, and Ideological Money
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Congressional Use of Interest Group Policy Messages
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