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Geoffrey Lorenz
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Coalition portfolios and interest group influence over the policy process
MT Heaney, GM Lorenz
Interest Groups & Advocacy 2 (3), 251-277, 2013
772013
Polarized pluralism: organizational preferences and biases in the American pressure system
JM Crosson, AC Furnas, GM Lorenz
American Political Science Review 114 (4), 1117-1137, 2020
38*2020
Prioritized interests: Diverse lobbying coalitions and congressional committee agenda setting
GM Lorenz
The Journal of Politics 82 (1), 225-240, 2020
342020
How experienced legislative staff contribute to effective lawmaking
JM Crosson, GM Lorenz, C Volden, AE Wiseman
State of Congressional Capacity Conference, 2018
202018
Large-N bill positions data from MapLight. org: What can we learn from interest groups’ publicly observable legislative positions?
GM Lorenz, AC Furnas, JM Crosson
Interest Groups & Advocacy 9 (3), 342-360, 2020
112020
Pivots or Partisans? Proposal-Making Strategy and Status Quo Selection in Congress
JM Crosson, AC Furnas, GM Lorenz
4*2021
Resources and agendas: Combining Walker’s insights with new data sources to chart a path ahead
JM Crosson, AC Furnas, GM Lorenz
Interest Groups & Advocacy 10 (1), 85-90, 2021
22021
Revolving Door Access: Insider Ties, Legislative Allies, and Lobbying on the Afforable Care Act
R Hall, G Lorenz
Working Paper. https://www. researchgate. net/publication …, 2018
12018
The Revolving Door, Partisan Alignments, and Communication Networks Among Health Reform Lobbyists
GM Lorenz, RL Hall
1*2017
Polarizing Pluralism
JM Crosson, AC Furnas, GM Lorenz
2022
Pandemic Pluralism: Legislator Championing of Organized Interests in Response to COVID-19
AC Furnas, JM Crosson, GM Lorenz
Journal of Political Institutions and Political Economy 2 (1), 23-41, 2021
2021
Legislator Priorities, Committee Leaders, and Problem Selection in the Post-Reform House
GM Lorenz
2017
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