Andy Baker
Andy Baker
Professor, Political Science, Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado Boulder
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Who wants to globalize? Consumer tastes and labor markets in a theory of trade policy beliefs
A Baker
American Journal of Political Science 49 (4), 924-938, 2005
Social context and campaign volatility in new democracies: Networks and neighborhoods in Brazil's 2002 elections
A Baker, B Ames, LR Renno
American Journal of Political Science 50 (2), 382-399, 2006
Why is trade reform so popular in Latin America? A consumption-based theory of trade policy preferences
A Baker
World Politics, 423-455, 2003
Looking like a winner: Candidate appearance and electoral success in new democracies
C Lawson, GS Lenz, A Baker, M Myers
World Pol. 62, 561, 2010
The Latin American Lefts Mandate: Free-market policies and issue voting in new democracies
A Baker, KF Greene
World Pol. 63, 43, 2011
The market and the masses in Latin America: policy reform and consumption in liberalizing economies
A Baker
New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009
Race, Paternalism, and Foreign Aid: Evidence from U.S. Public Opinion
A Baker
American Political Science Review, 2015
The dynamics of partisan identification when party brands change: the case of the Workers Party in Brazil
A Baker, AE Sokhey, B Ames, LR Renno
The Journal of Politics 78 (1), 197-213, 2016
Assessing the HIV/AIDS health services needs of African immigrants to Houston
L Rosenthal, DP Scott, Z Kelleta, A Zikarge, M Momoh, J Lahai-Momoh, ...
AIDS Education and Prevention 15 (6), 570-580, 2003
The quality of elections in Brazil: Policy, performance, pageantry, or pork?
B Ames, A Baker, L Renno
Democratic Brazil Revisited, 107-36, 2008
Representing black interests and promoting black culture
A Baker, C Cook
Du Bois Review 2 (2), 1-20, 2005
The Mexico 2006 Panel Study
C Lawson, A Baker, K Bruhn, R Camp, W Cornelius, J Domínguez, ...
Clientelism as Persuasion-Buying: Evidence from Latin America
J Schaffer, A Baker
Comparative Political Studies, 2015
Split-ticket voting as the rule: Voters and permanent divided government in Brazil
B Ames, A Baker, LR Renno
Electoral Studies 28 (1), 8-20, 2009
Anti-Americanism in Latin America: Economic exchange, foreign policy legacies, and mass attitudes toward the colossus of the North
A Baker, D Cupery
Latin American Research Review, 106-130, 2013
Adaptive parties: party strategic capacity under Japanese SNTV
A Baker, E Scheiner
Electoral Studies 23 (2), 251-278, 2004
Positional issue voting in Latin America
A Baker, KF Greene
The Latin American voter: Pursuing representation and accountability in …, 2015
Regionalized Voting Behavior and Political Discussion in Mexico
A Baker
Consolidating Mexico’s Democracy: The 2006 Presidential Campaign in …, 2009
Electoral system effects and ruling party dominance in Japan: A counterfactual simulation based on adaptive parties
A Baker, E Scheiner
Electoral Studies 26 (2), 477-491, 2007
Is the informal sector politically different?(Null) answers from Latin America
A Baker, VX Velasco-Guachalla
World Development 102, 170-182, 2018
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