E. Scott Adler
E. Scott Adler
Professor of Political Science, University of Colorado
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Divided government and the legislative productivity of Congress, 1945-94
W Howell, S Adler, C Cameron, C Riemann
Legislative Studies Quarterly, 285-312, 2000
3522000
Demand-side theory and congressional committee composition: A constituency characteristics approach
ES Adler, JS Lapinski
American Journal of Political Science, 895-918, 1997
2801997
Congress and the politics of problem solving
ES Adler, JD Wilkerson
Cambridge University Press, 2013
2722013
Why congressional reforms fail: Reelection and the House committee system
ES Adler
University of Chicago Press, 2002
1682002
The home style homepage: Legislator use of the World Wide Web for constituency contact
ES Adler, CE Gent, CB Overmeyer
Legislative Studies Quarterly, 585-595, 1998
1301998
Constituency characteristics and the" guardian" model of appropriations subcommittees, 1959-1998
ES Adler
American Journal of Political Science, 104-114, 2000
902000
Congressional bills project
ES Adler, J Wilkerson
NSF 880066, 00880061, 2006
85*2006
Congressional District File, 93d–104th Congress
ES Adler
University of Colorado at Boulder, 2003
68*2003
2008
ES Adler, J Wilkerson
Congressional bills project, 1947
621947
The scope and urgency of legislation: Reconsidering bill success in the house of representatives
ES Adler, J Wilkerson
annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC, 2005
542005
Policy agendas project
FR Baumgartner, BD Jones, J Wilkerson, ES Adler
Austin, TX2013. Print, 2013
452013
Win, place, show: Public opinion polls and campaign contributions in a New York City election
ER Fuchs, ES Adler, LA Mitchell
Urban Affairs Review 35 (4), 479-501, 2000
422000
Pushing “reset”: The conditional effects of coaching replacements on college football performance
ES Adler, MJ Berry, D Doherty
Social Science Quarterly 94 (1), 1-28, 2013
342013
Intended Consequences: Jurisdictional Reform and Issue Control in the US House of Representatives
ES Adler, JD Wilkerson
Legislative Studies Quarterly 33 (1), 85-112, 2008
312008
The Macropolitics of Congress
JS Lapinski, ES Adler, JD Huber, N McCarty, RS Erikson, MB MacKuen, ...
Princeton University Press, 2006
30*2006
The persuasive effects of partisan campaign mailers
D Doherty, ES Adler
Political Research Quarterly 67 (3), 562-573, 2014
282014
Divided government and the legislative productivity of Congress, 1945-1994
C Cameron, W Howell, S Adler, C Riemann
annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC, 1997
211997
A Governing Theory of Legislative Organization
ES Adler, JD Wilkerson
Available at SSRN 1013048, 2007
162007
New issues, new members: committee composition and the transformation of issue agendas on the House Banking and Public Works Committees
ES Adler
Policy dynamics, 230-49, 2002
162002
Macropolitics and micromodels: Cartels and pivots reconsidered
K Krehbiel, E Scott Adler, JS Lapinski
The macropolitics of Congress, 21-49, 2006
142006
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