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
Strategic voting in British elections
RM Alvarez, FJ Boehmke, J Nagler
Electoral Studies 25 (1), 1-19, 2006
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
State policy innovativeness revisited
FJ Boehmke, P Skinner
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 12 (3), 303-329, 2012
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
The indirect effect of direct legislation: How institutions shape interest group systems
FJ Boehmke
Ohio State University Press, 2005
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
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
Approaches to modeling the adoption and diffusion of policies with multiple components
FJ Boehmke
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 9 (2), 229-252, 2009
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
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
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
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
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
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
Direct democracy and individual interest group membership
FJ Boehmke, DC Bowen
The Journal of Politics 72 (3), 659-671, 2010
Modeling heterogeneity in pooled event history analysis
RJ Kreitzer, FJ Boehmke
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 16 (1), 121-141, 2016
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
Oversight capabilities in the states: Are professionalized legislatures better at getting what they want?
FJ Boehmke, CR Shipan
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 15 (3), 366-386, 2015
Indian nations as interest groups: Tribal motivations for contributions to US senators
FJ Boehmke, R Witmer
Political Research Quarterly 65 (1), 179-191, 2012
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