Discussion Papers

Bayesian Statistics
[1] Quinn, Kevin M., Andrew D. Martin, Andrew Whitford (1999). Vote Choice in a Multi-Party Democracy: A Test of Competing Theories and Models. American Journal of Political Science 43:1231-1247. (working paper version)
[2] Jackman, Simon (2005). Pooling Over Polls Over an Election Campaign. Australian Journal of Political Science 40:499-517. (online appendix)
[3] Lax, Jeffrey R. and Justin H. Phillips (2011). How Should We Estimate Public Opinion in the States? American Journal of Political Science 53:107-121.
[5] Quinn, Kevin M., Burt L. Monroe, Michael Colaresi, Michael H. Crespin, and Dragomir R. Radev (2010). How to Analyze Political Attention with Minimal Assumptions and Costs. American Journal of Political Science 54:209-228.
[6] Martin, Gergory J. and Ali Yurukoglu (2015). Bias in Cable News: Persuasion and Polarization. Working Paper.
[7] Slapin, Jonathan B. and Sven-Oliver Proksch (2008). A Poisson Scaling Model for Estimating Time-Series Party Position from Texts. American Journal of Political Science 52:705-722.
[8] Diermeier, Daniel, Jean-Francois Godbout, Bei Yu, and Stefan Kaufmann (2012). Language and Ideology in Congress. British Journal of Political Science 42:31-55.
[9] Laver, Michael, Kenneth Benoit, and John Garry (2003). Extracting Policy Positions from Political Texts Using Words as Data. American Political Science Review 97:311-331.
[11] Arceneaux, Kevin, Alan S. Gerber, and Donald P. Green (2005). Comparing Experimental and Matching Methods Using a Large-Scale Voter Mobilization Experiment. Political Analysis 14:37-62.

Ideal Point Estimation
[12] Martin, Andrew D. and Kevin M. Quinn (2002). Dynamic Ideal Point Estimation via Markov Chain Monte Carlo for the U.S. Supreme Court, 1953-1999. Political Analysis 10:134-153.
[13] Clark, Thomas S. and Benjamin Lauderdale (2008). Locating Supreme Court Opinions in Doctrine Space. American Journal of Political Science 54:871-890.
[14] Goettler, Ronald L. and Ron Shachar (2001). Spatial Competition in the Network Television Industry. RAND Journal of Economics 32:624-656.
[15] Bonica, Adam (2013). Ideology and Interests in the Political Marketplace. American Journal of Political Science 57:294-311.