Publications related to Methodology
Enns, Peter K., Nathan Kelly, Takaaki Masaki, and Patrick C. Wohlfarth. 2017. "Moving Forward with Time Series Analysis." Research and Politics 4(4): 1-7.
Jóhanna K Birnir. Forthcoming. Introducing the AMAR (All Minorities at Risk) Data. (with David D. Laitin; Jonathan Wilkenfeld; David M Waguespack; Agatha Hultquist; Ted R Gurr) Journal of Conflict Resolution.
McCauley, John F. 2015 (with Daniel N. Posner). “African Borders as Sources of Natural Experiments: Promise and Pitfalls.” Political Science Research and Methods 3, 2: 409-418.
Park, Won-ho, Michael J. Hanmer, and Daniel R. Biggers. 2014. “Ecological Inference Under Unfavorable Conditions: Straight and Split-Ticket Voting in Diverse Settings and Small Samples.” Electoral Studies,36:192-203, 2014.
“An Alternative Approach to Estimating Who is Most Likely to Respond to Changes in Registration Laws.” Political Behavior, 29:1-30, 2007.
“Good Excuses: Understanding Who Votes with an Improved Turnout Question.” (Brian Duff, Michael J. Hanmer, Won-ho Park, and Ismail K. White). Public Opinion Quarterly, 71:67-90, 2007.