Frederick Boehmke
Frederick Boehmke
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Disentangling diffusion: The effects of social learning and economic competition on state policy innovation and expansion
FJ Boehmke, R Witmer
Political Research Quarterly 57 (1), 39-51, 2004
4282004
Selection bias and continuous‐time duration models: consequences and a proposed solution
FJ Boehmke, DS Morey, M Shannon
American Journal of Political Science 50 (1), 192-207, 2006
2152006
Strategic voting in British elections
RM Alvarez, FJ Boehmke, J Nagler
Electoral Studies 25 (1), 1-19, 2006
2102006
State policy innovativeness revisited
FJ Boehmke, P Skinner
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 12 (3), 303-329, 2012
1652012
The indirect effect of direct legislation: How institutions shape interest group systems
FJ Boehmke
Ohio State University Press, 2005
1372005
Persistent policy pathways: Inferring diffusion networks in the American states
BA Desmarais, JJ Harden, FJ Boehmke
American Political Science Review 109 (2), 392-406, 2015
1332015
The effect of direct democracy on the size and diversity of state interest group populations
FJ Boehmke
The Journal of Politics 64 (3), 827-844, 2002
1252002
Policy emulation or policy convergence? Potential ambiguities in the dyadic event history approach to state policy emulation
FJ Boehmke
The Journal of Politics 71 (3), 1125-1140, 2009
1122009
Approaches to modeling the adoption and diffusion of policies with multiple components
FJ Boehmke
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 9 (2), 229-252, 2009
962009
Business as usual: interest group access and representation across policy-making venues
FJ Boehmke, S Gailmard, JW Patty
Journal of Public Policy 33 (1), 3-33, 2013
782013
Whose ear to bend? Information sources and venue choice in policy making
FJ Boehmke, S Gailmard, JW Patty
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 1 (2), 139-169, 2006
762006
The influence of international organizations on militarized dispute initiation and duration
M Shannon, D Morey, FJ Boehmke
International Studies Quarterly 54 (4), 1123-1141, 2010
712010
Sources of variation in the frequency of statewide initiatives: The role of interest group populations
FJ Boehmke
Political Research Quarterly 58 (4), 565-575, 2005
682005
Direct democracy and individual interest group membership
FJ Boehmke, DC Bowen
The Journal of Politics 72 (3), 659-671, 2010
522010
Modeling heterogeneity in pooled event history analysis
RJ Kreitzer, FJ Boehmke
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 16 (1), 121-141, 2016
302016
American Indian political incorporation in the post-Indian Gaming Regulatory Act era
R Witmer, FJ Boehmke
The Social Science Journal 44 (1), 127-145, 2007
302007
SPID: A new database for inferring public policy innovativeness and diffusion networks
FJ Boehmke, M Brockway, BA Desmarais, JJ Harden, S LaCombe, ...
Policy Studies Journal 48 (2), 517-545, 2020
282020
The initiative process and the dynamics of state interest group populations
FJ Boehmke
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 8 (4), 362-383, 2008
272008
The selection of policies for ballot initiatives: What voters can learn from legislative inaction
FJ Boehmke, JW Patty
Economics & Politics 19 (1), 97-121, 2007
272007
Waiting to vote in the 2016 presidential election: Evidence from a multi-county study
RM Stein, C Mann, C Stewart III, Z Birenbaum, A Fung, J Greenberg, ...
Political Research Quarterly 73 (2), 439-453, 2020
262020
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