Christopher Zorn
Christopher Zorn
Liberal Arts Professor of Political Science, Pennsylvania State University
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Generalized estimating equation models for correlated data: A review with applications
CJW Zorn
American Journal of Political Science, 470-490, 2001
Duration models and proportional hazards in political science
JM Box-Steffensmeier, CJW Zorn
American Journal of Political Science, 972-988, 2001
Sophisticated voting and gate-keeping in the Supreme Court
GA Caldeira, JR Wright, CJW Zorn
Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 15 (3), 549-572, 1999
A solution to separation in binary response models
C Zorn
Political Analysis, 157-170, 2005
Duration models for repeated events
JM Box–Steffensmeier, C Zorn
Journal of Politics 64 (4), 1069-1094, 2002
Nonproportional hazards and event history analysis in international relations
JM Box-Steffensmeier, D Reiter, C Zorn
Journal of Conflict Resolution 47 (1), 33-53, 2003
An analytic and empirical examination of zero-inflated and hurdle Poisson specifications
CJW Zorn
Sociological Methods & Research 26 (3), 368-400, 1998
The strategic timing of position taking in Congress: A study of the North American Free Trade Agreement
JM Box-Steffensmeier, LW Arnold, CJW Zorn
American Political Science Review 91 (2), 324-338, 1997
Of time and consensual norms in the Supreme Court
GA Calderia, CJW Zorn
American Journal of Political Science, 874-902, 1998
Comparing GEE and robust standard errors for conditionally dependent data
C Zorn
Political Research Quarterly 59 (3), 329-341, 2006
Modeling duration dependence
CJW Zorn
Political Analysis, 367-380, 2000
Economic Globalization, the Macro Economy, and Reversals of Welfare Expansion in Affluent Democracies,–
A Hicks, C Zorn
International Organization, 2005
Law clerk influence on Supreme Court decision making: An empirical assessment
TC Peppers, C Zorn
DePaul L. Rev. 58, 51, 2008
Explaining the incidence and timing of congressional responses to the US Supreme Court
VA Hettinger, C Zorn
Legislative Studies Quarterly 30 (1), 5-28, 2005
Ideological influences on decision making in the federal judicial hierarchy: An empirical assessment
C Zorn, JB Bowie
The journal of politics 72 (4), 1212-1221, 2010
A competing risks model of Supreme Court vacancies, 1789–1992
CJW Zorn, SR Van Winkle
Political Behavior 22 (2), 145-166, 2000
Violent conflict and the spread of HIV/AIDS in Africa
Z Iqbal, C Zorn
The Journal of Politics 72 (1), 149-162, 2010
US government litigation strategies in the federal appellate courts
CJW Zorn
Political Research Quarterly 55 (1), 145-166, 2002
Setting a judicial agenda: The decision to grant en banc review in the US Courts of Appeals
MW Giles, TG Walker, C Zorn
The Journal of Politics 68 (4), 852-866, 2006
Sic semper tyrannis? Power, repression, and assassination since the Second World War
Z Iqbal, C Zorn
The Journal of Politics 68 (3), 489-501, 2006
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