Vladimir Kogan
Vladimir Kogan
Associate Professor, Ohio State University
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Pushing the city limits: Policy responsiveness in municipal government
KL Einstein, V Kogan
Urban Affairs Review 52 (1), 3-32, 2016
832016
Paradise plundered: Fiscal crisis and governance failures in San Diego
SP Erie, V Kogan, SA MacKenzie
Stanford University Press, 2011
59*2011
Redevelopment, San Diego Style: The Limits of Public—Private Partnerships
SP Erie, V Kogan, SA MacKenzie
Urban Affairs Review 45 (5), 644-678, 2010
542010
Performance federalism and local democracy: Theory and evidence from school tax referenda
V Kogan, S Lavertu, Z Peskowitz
American Journal of Political Science 60 (2), 418-435, 2016
452016
When does ballot language influence voter choices? Evidence from a survey experiment
CM Burnett, V Kogan
Political Communication 32 (1), 109-126, 2015
34*2015
Redistricting California: An evaluation of the citizens commission final plans
V Kogan, E McGhee
California Journal of Politics and Policy 4 (1), 2012
332012
Ballot (and voter)“exhaustion” under Instant Runoff Voting: An examination of four ranked-choice elections
CM Burnett, V Kogan
Electoral Studies 37, 41-49, 2015
322015
Do school report cards produce accountability through the ballot box?
V Kogan, S Lavertu, Z Peskowitz
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 35 (3), 639-661, 2016
302016
Election timing, electorate composition, and policy outcomes: Evidence from school districts
V Kogan, S Lavertu, Z Peskowitz
American Journal of Political Science 62 (3), 637-651, 2018
262018
The politics of potholes: Service quality and retrospective voting in local elections
CM Burnett, V Kogan
The Journal of Politics 79 (1), 302-314, 2017
222017
The problem with being special: Democratic values and special assessments
V Kogan, MD McCubbins
Public Works Management & Policy 14 (1), 4-36, 2009
20*2009
Mobilizing Latino voters: The impact of language and co-ethnic policy leadership
M Binder, V Kogan, T Kousser, C Panagopoulos
American Politics Research 42 (4), 677-699, 2014
17*2014
Direct democracy and administrative disruption
V Kogan, S Lavertu, Z Peskowitz
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 27 (3), 381-399, 2017
162017
Planning Los Angeles: the changing politics of neighborhood and downtown development
A Deener, S Erie, V Kogan, F Stuart
New York and Los Angeles: the uncertain future, 385-412, 2013
122013
Familiar choices: reconsidering the institutional effects of the direct initiative
CM Burnett, V Kogan
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 12 (2), 204-224, 2012
122012
Do Anti-Union Policies Increase Inequality? Evidence from State Adoption of Right-to-Work Laws
V Kogan
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 17 (2), 180-200, 2017
102017
Changing tracks? the prospect for California pension reform
V Kogan, MD McCubbins
California Journal of Politics and Policy 2 (3), 2010
102010
The irony of comprehensive state constitutional reform
V Kogan
Rutgers LJ 41, 881, 2009
102009
Administrative Centralization and Bureaucratic Responsiveness: Evidence from the Food Stamp Program
V Kogan
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 27 (4), 629-646, 2017
92017
How GAVEL changed party politics in Colorado’s general assembly
M Binder, V Kogan, T Kousser
State of change: Colorado politics in the twenty-first century, 2011
72011
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