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Boris Shor
Boris Shor
Associate Professor, University of Houston Department of Political Science
Verified email at uh.edu - Homepage
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The Ideological Mapping of American Legislatures
B Shor, N McCarty
9112010
Rich state, poor state, red state, blue state: What’s the matter with Connecticut?
A Gelman, B Shor, J Bafumi, D Park
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 2 (4), 345-367, 2007
3472007
A Primary Cause of Partisanship? Nomination Systems and Legislator Ideology
E McGhee, S Masket, B Shor, N McCarty
annual conference of the American Political Science Association, at …, 2010
280*2010
A bayesian multilevel modeling approach to time-series cross-sectional data
B Shor, J Bafumi, L Keele, D Park
Political Analysis 15 (2), 165-181, 2007
2032007
A Bridge to Somewhere: Mapping State and Congressional Ideology on a Cross‐institutional Common Space
B Shor, C Berry, N McCarty
Legislative Studies Quarterly 35 (3), 417-448, 2010
1702010
Ideology, learning, and policy diffusion: Experimental evidence
DM Butler, C Volden, AM Dynes, B Shor
American Journal of Political Science 61 (1), 37-49, 2017
1592017
Ideology and the US congressional vote
B Shor, JC Rogowski
Political Science Research and Methods 6 (2), 323-341, 2018
126*2018
Unequal incomes, ideology and gridlock: How rising inequality increases political polarization
J Voorheis, N McCarty, B Shor
Ideology and Gridlock: How Rising Inequality Increases Political …, 2015
912015
Reform and representation: a new method applied to recent electoral changes
T Kousser, J Phillips, B Shor
Political Science Research and Methods 6 (4), 809-827, 2018
74*2018
Geography, uncertainty, and polarization
N McCarty, J Rodden, B Shor, C Tausanovitch, C Warshaw
Political Science Research and Methods 7 (4), 775-794, 2019
69*2019
Can Pigou at the polls stop us melting the poles?
S Anderson, I Marinescu, B Shor
552019
Polarization without Parties: Term Limits and Legislative Partisanship in Nebraska's Unicameral Legislature
S Masket, B Shor
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 15 (1), 67-90, 2015
522015
Do moderate voters weigh candidates’ ideologies? Voters’ decision rules in the 2010 congressional elections
J Adams, E Engstrom, D Joeston, W Stone, J Rogowski, B Shor
Political Behavior 39, 205-227, 2017
472017
Aggregate state legislator Shor-McCarty ideology data, June 2015 update
B Shor
Harvard Dataverse 1, 2015
362015
Party Competition, Party Polarization, and the Changing Demand for Lobbying in the American States
V Gray, D Lowery, B Shor, J Cluverius, JH Harden
American Politics Research 42 (3), 2015
362015
Presidential Power and Distributive Politics: Federal Expenditures in the 50 States, 1983-2001
B Shor
meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, 2003
312003
Has the top two primary elected more moderates?
E McGhee, B Shor
Perspectives on Politics 15 (4), 1053-1066, 2017
272017
Polarization without Parties: The Rise of Legislative Partisanship in Nebraska’s Unicameral Legislature
S Masket, B Shor
272011
Red state, blue state, rich state, poor state: why Americans vote the way they do
A Gelman, D Park, B Shor
Princeton Univ Pr, 2009
25*2009
How US state legislatures are polarized and getting more polarized (in 2 graphs)
B Shor
The Washington Post, 2014
212014
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