Pamela Ban
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How newspapers reveal political power
P Ban, A Fouirnaies, AB Hall, JM Snyder
Political Science Research and Methods 7 (4), 661-678, 2019
Challenger quality and the incumbency advantage
P Ban, E Llaudet, JM Snyder Jr
Legislative Studies Quarterly 41 (1), 153-179, 2016
Presence and influence in lobbying: Evidence from Dodd-Frank
P Ban, HY You
Business and Politics 21 (2), 267-295, 2019
Leadership Power in Congress, 1890-2014: Evidence from PAC Contributions and Newspaper Coverage
P Ban, D Moskowitz, JM Snyder
Available at SSRN 2765092, 2016
From the Halls of Congress to K Street: Government Experience and its Value for Lobbying
P Ban, M Palmer, B Schneer
Legislative Studies Quarterly 44 (4), 713-752, 2019
A Woman’s Voice in the House: Gender Composition and its Consequences in Committee Hearings
P Ban, J Grimmer, J Kaslovsky, E West
Working Paper, 2018
The Changing Relative Power of Party Leaders in Congress
P Ban, DJ Moskowitz, JM Snyder Jr
Report.[1198], 2016
Lina Seitzl and Patrick Emmenegger How agents change institutions: Coalitional dynamics and the reform of commercial training in Switzerland 145
S Quak, J Heilbron, J Meijer, S Prabhat, DM Primo, AW Chalmers, ...
Business and Politics 21 (2), 2019
The Changing Influence of Committees in Congress
P Ban
Bipartisanship and Bicameralism: A New Inside View of Congressional Committees
P Ban
Leadership Power in Congress, 1890-2014
P Ban, DJ Moskowitz, JM Snyder Jr
Speaking Up, Speaking More? Gender Dynamics in Committee Hearings
P Ban, J Grimmer, J Kaslovsky, E West
Measuring Partisanship in Congressional Committee and Floor Speeches
P Ban
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