Tim LaPira
Tim LaPira
Professor of Political Science, James Madison University
Verified email at jmu.edu - Homepage
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Drawing lobbyists to Washington: Government activity and the demand for advocacy
BL Leech, FR Baumgartner, TM La Pira, NA Semanko
Political Research Quarterly 58 (1), 19-30, 2005
252*2005
Revolving door lobbyists and interest representation
TM LaPira, HF Thomas
Interest Groups & Advocacy 3 (1), 4-29, 2014
1242014
Revolving Door Lobbying: Public Service, Private Influence, and the Unequal Representation of Interests
T LaPira, HF Thomas
University Press of Kansas, 2017
912017
The two worlds of lobbying: Washington lobbyists in the core and on the periphery
TM LaPira, HF Thomas, FR Baumgartner
Interest groups & Advocacy 3 (3), 291-245, 2014
57*2014
How many lobbyists are in Washington? Shadow lobbying and the gray market for policy advocacy
HF Thomas, TM LaPira
Interest Groups & Advocacy 6 (3), 199-214, 2017
48*2017
Analyzing the us senate in 2003: Similarities, clusters, and blocs
A Jakulin, W Buntine, TM La Pira, H Brasher
Political Analysis 17 (3), 291-310, 2009
392009
Lobbying in the Shadows: How Private Interests Hide from Public Scrutiny, and Why That Matters
TM LaPira
Interest Group Politics 9, 2015
262015
Lobbying after 9/11: Policy regime emergence and interest group mobilization
TM LaPira
Policy Studies Journal 42 (2), 226-251, 2014
212014
The Interest Group Top Tier
L Drutman, M Grossmann, T LaPira
Can America Govern Itself?, 45-68, 2019
13*2019
Partisan competition and the decline in legislative capacity among congressional offices
JM Crosson, AC Furnas, T Lapira, C Burgat
Legislative Studies Quarterly 46 (3), 745-789, 2021
92021
The partisan ties of lobbying firms
AC Furnas, MT Heaney, TM LaPira
Research & Politics 6 (3), 2053168019877039, 2019
92019
Congress Overwhelmed: The Decline in Congressional Capacity and Prospects for Reform
TM LaPira, L Drutman, KR Kosar
University of Chicago Press, 2020
82020
Gender politics in the lobbying profession
TM LaPira, K Marchetti, HF Thomas
Politics & Gender 16 (3), 816-844, 2020
72020
Ideological sabotage, party competition, and the decline in legislative capacity in the us house
J Crosson, AC Furnas, T LaPira, C Burgat
Unpublished Working Paper, 2018
62018
Learnable skills, or unteachable instinct? What can and what cannot be taught in the lobbying profession
TT Holyoke, H Brown, TM LaPira
Interest Groups & Advocacy 4 (1), 7-24, 2015
62015
The Allure of Reform: The Increasing Demand for Health Care Lobbying, from Clinton's Task Force to Obama's Big [Expletive] Deal
TM LaPira
Interest Group Politics 8, 345-374, 2012
62012
Information as lobbying, or lobbying as information? Argument quality, group credibility, and heuristic processing in congress
TM La Pira
Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, 2008
6*2008
Revolving Door Lobbying: Public Service
TM LaPira, HF Thomas
Private Influence, and the Unequal Representation of Interests, Lawrence …, 2017
52017
The lobbying disclosure act at 25: Challenges and opportunities for analysis
TM LaPira, HF Thomas
Interest Groups & Advocacy 9 (3), 257-271, 2020
42020
Draining the swamp, or cultivating the wetlands? Toward evidence-based lobbying regulation and reform
TM LaPira, TT Holyoke
Interest Groups & Advocacy 6 (3), 195-198, 2017
42017
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