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Jeffery A. Jenkins
Jeffery A. Jenkins
Provost Professor of Public Policy, Political Science, and Law, University of Southern California
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Negative agenda control in the Senate and house: Fingerprints of majority party power
S Gailmard, JA Jenkins
The Journal of Politics 69 (3), 689-700, 2007
2252007
Examining the bonding effects of party: A comparative analysis of roll-call voting in the US and Confederate Houses
JA Jenkins
American Journal of Political Science, 1144-1165, 1999
1601999
Buying negative agenda control in the US House
JA Jenkins, NW Monroe
American Journal of Political Science 56 (4), 897-912, 2012
1322012
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
1282001
Fighting for the speakership: The house and the rise of party government
JA Jenkins, C Stewart
Princeton University Press, 2012
1092012
Agency problems, the 17th Amendment, and representation in the Senate
S Gailmard, JA Jenkins
American Journal of Political Science 53 (2), 324-342, 2009
1022009
Examining the robustness of ideological voting: Evidence from the Confederate House of Representatives
JA Jenkins
American Journal of Political Science, 811-822, 2000
1002000
Disasters and elections: Estimating the net effect of damage and relief in historical perspective
B Heersink, BD Peterson, JA Jenkins
Political analysis 25 (2), 260-268, 2017
912017
Property rights and the emergence of standing committee dominance in the nineteenth-century House
JA Jenkins
Legislative Studies Quarterly, 493-519, 1998
811998
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
762005
Examining the electoral connection across time
JL Carson, JA Jenkins
Annual Review of Political Science 14, 25-46, 2011
682011
Race and the representation of Blacks' interests during reconstruction
MD Cobb, JA Jenkins
Political Research Quarterly 54 (1), 181-204, 2001
622001
Shirking in the contemporary Congress: A reappraisal
JL Carson, MH Crespin, JA Jenkins, RJ Vander Wielen
Political Analysis 12 (2), 176-179, 2004
602004
On Measuring Legislative Agenda‐Setting Power
JA Jenkins, NW Monroe
American journal of political science 60 (1), 158-174, 2016
562016
Investigating the incidence of killer amendments in congress
JA Jenkins, MC Munger
The Journal of Politics 65 (2), 498-517, 2003
562003
The spatial theory of voting and the presidential election of 1824
JA Jenkins, BR Sala
American Journal of Political Science 42 (4), 1157-1179, 1998
551998
Partisanship, the electoral connection, and lame-duck sessions of Congress, 1877–2006
JA Jenkins, TP Nokken
The Journal of Politics 70 (2), 450-465, 2008
532008
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
512004
A reexamination of salary discrimination in professional basketball
JA Jenkins
Social Science Quarterly, 594-608, 1996
511996
Partisanship and contested election cases in the House of Representatives, 1789–2002
JA Jenkins
Studies in American Political Development 18 (2), 112-135, 2004
492004
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