William D. Berry
William D. Berry
Syde P. Deeb Eminent Scholar at Florida State University
Adresse e-mail validée de fsu.edu
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Multiple regression in practice: Quantitative applications in the social sciences
WD Berry, S Feldman
SAGE. London, England, 1985
27111985
Multiple regression in practice
WD Berry, S Feldman
Sage, 1985
27061985
State lottery adoptions as policy innovations: An event history analysis
FS Berry, WD Berry
The American Political Science Review, 395-415, 1990
23241990
Measuring citizen and government ideology in the American states, 1960-93
WD Berry, EJ Ringquist, RC Fording, RL Hanson
American Journal of Political Science, 327-348, 1998
20761998
Innovation and diffusion models in policy research
FS Berry, WD Berry
Theories of the policy process 169, 1999
1772*1999
Understanding regression assumptions
WD Berry
Sage, 1993
13321993
Understanding Regression Assumptions, Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences
WD Berry
London: Sage, 1993
13321993
Understanding regression assumptions: Series quantitative applications in the social sciences
WD Berry
Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 1993
13321993
Tax innovation in the states: Capitalizing on political opportunity
FS Berry, WD Berry
American Journal of Political Science, 715-742, 1992
8041992
The Importance of Fully Testing Conditional Theories Positing Interaction
WD Berry, M Golder, D Milton
Unpublished manuscript, Florida State University, 2010
534*2010
Improving tests of theories positing interaction
WD Berry, M Golder, D Milton
The Journal of Politics 74 (03), 653-671, 2012
5232012
Testing for interaction in binary logit and probit models: is a product term essential?
WD Berry, JHR DeMeritt, J Esarey
American Journal of Political Science 54 (1), 248-266, 2010
4932010
Measuring citizen and government ideology in the US states: A re-appraisal
WD Berry, RC Fording, EJ Ringquist, RL Hanson, CE Klarner
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 10 (2), 117-135, 2010
4722010
Nonrecursive causal models
WD Berry
Sage, 1984
4501984
Nonrecursive Causal Models (Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences)
WD Berry
California: Sage University Papers, 1984
450*1984
Using geographic information systems to study interstate competition
WD Berry, B Baybeck
American Political Science Review 99 (04), 505-519, 2005
3502005
Legislative professionalism and incumbent reelection: The development of institutional boundaries
WD Berry, MB Berkman, S Schneiderman
American Political Science Review, 859-874, 2000
3322000
The confusing case of budgetary incrementalism: Too many meanings for a single concept
WD Berry
The Journal of Politics 52 (01), 167-196, 1990
2331990
Reassessing the “race to the bottom” in state welfare policy
WD Berry, RC Fording, RL Hanson
Journal of Politics 65 (2), 327-349, 2003
2202003
The growth of government in the United States: an empirical assessment of competing explanations
D Lowery, WD Berry
American Journal of Political Science, 665-694, 1983
1961983
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