Derek A. Epp
TitleCited byYear
Suspect citizens: What 20 million traffic stops tell us about policing and race
FR Baumgartner, DA Epp, K Shoub
Cambridge University Press, 2018
Targeting young men of color for search and arrest during traffic stops: evidence from North Carolina, 2002–2013
FR Baumgartner, DA Epp, K Shoub, B Love
Politics, Groups, and Identities 5 (1), 107-131, 2017
Budgetary change in authoritarian and democratic regimes
FR Baumgartner, M Carammia, DA Epp, B Noble, B Rey, TM Yildirim
Journal of European Public Policy 24 (6), 792-808, 2017
Complexity, capacity, and budget punctuations
DA Epp, FR Baumgartner
Policy Studies Journal 45 (2), 247-264, 2017
Racial disparities in traffic stop outcomes
FR Baumgartner, L Christiani, DA Epp, K Roach, K Shoub
Duke FL & Soc. Change 9, 21, 2017
Partisan priorities and public budgeting
DA Epp, J Lovett, FR Baumgartner
Political Research Quarterly 67 (4), 864-878, 2014
Punctuated equilibria in the private sector and the stability of market systems
DA Epp
Policy Studies Journal 43 (4), 417-436, 2015
North Carolina Traffic Stop Statistics Analysis. Final report to the North Carolina Advocates for Justice Task Force on Racial and Ethnic bias
FR Baumgartner, D Epp
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. February 1, 2012
The structure of policy change
DA Epp
University of Chicago Press, 2018
Public policy and the wisdom of crowds
DA Epp
Cognitive systems research 43, 53-61, 2017
Economic Inequality and Legislative Agendas in Europe
DA Epp, E Borghetto
mimeo, 2018
Policy Agendas and Economic Inequality in American Politics
DA Epp
Political Studies 66 (4), 922-939, 2018
North Carolina Traffic Stop Statistics Analysis. Report to the North Carolina Advocates for Justice. 1 February
FR Baumgartner, DA Epp
North Carolina traffic stop statistics analysis
FR Baumgartner, D Epp
Accessed October, 2012
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