Evidence and Inference in the Comparative Case StudyEvidence and Inference in the Comparative Case Study, Comparative Politics (1998)
Comparative case studies often rely on the analysis of a few cases selected on the...
Competition and Ethnic Conflict: Artifactual?, Journal of Conflict Resolution (1997)
One of the most important theories of ethnic conflict focuses on the competition hypothesis: conflict...
Sense and sensibility: The role of rules (with John D. Huber), American Journal of Political Science, (1997)
Cites the 1996 analysis by the authors, of the restrictive rules in the United States...
Procedural choice and the House Committee on rules (with John D. Huber), Journal of Politics (1996)
Presents information on the developments and test procedures of a formal model of policy-making in...
The robustness of the structure-induced equilibrium, American Journal of Political Science (1992)
Analyzes the question of the existence of a structure-induced equilibrium (SIE) under assumptions weaker than...
Turning the Legislative Thumbscrew: Minority Rights and Procedural Change in Legislative Politics (1997)
The Minnesota real estate market in 1985 (with Philip M. Roup) (1986)
Contributions to Books
Evidence and Inference in the Comparative Case Study, Comparative Methods in the Social Sciences (2005)
Comparative research methods are central to sociology and its associated disciplines. This four-volume set brings...
Evidence and inference in the comparative case study, Necessary conditions : theory, methodology, and applications (2003)
The Further Evolution of Cooperation (with Robert Axelrod), Trust (2003)
Without a Cure: Split Population Estimators for Heterogeneous Duration Processes, St. Louis Area Methods Meetings (2009)
Cycles of Anti-Catholicism, Midwest Political Science Association Meetings (2009)
Cycles of Anti-Catholicism, University of Iowa (2008)
Strange Career of the Conservative Coalition, Ford Fellows Alumni Reunion (2007)