Nathan W. Monroe
Nathan W. Monroe
Professor of Political Science, University of California Merced
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Agenda setting in the US Senate: Costly consideration and majority party advantage
C Den Hartog, NW Monroe
Cambridge University Press, 2011
Buying negative agenda control in the US House
JA Jenkins, NW Monroe
American Journal of Political Science 56 (4), 897-912, 2012
Do Restrictive Rules Produce Nonmedian Outcomes? A Theory with Evidence from the 101st− 108th Congresses
NW Monroe, G Robinson
The Journal of Politics 70 (1), 217-231, 2008
The value of majority status: The effect of Jeffords's switch on asset prices of republican and democratic firms
C Den Hartog, NW Monroe
Legislative Studies Quarterly 33 (1), 63-84, 2008
Why not parties?: party effects in the United States Senate
NW Monroe, JM Roberts, DW Rohde
University of Chicago Press, 2009
On Measuring Legislative Agenda‐Setting Power
JA Jenkins, NW Monroe
American Journal of Political Science 60 (1), 158-174, 2016
Unpacking agenda control in congress: individual roll rates and the republican revolution
JL Carson, NW Monroe, G Robinson
Political Research Quarterly 64 (1), 17-30, 2011
Agenda influence and tabling motions in the US Senate
C Den Hartog, NW Monroe
Why Not Parties? Party Effects in the United States Senate, 142-58, 2008
The Speaker's Discretion: Conference Committee Appointments in the 97th through 106th Congresses
J Lazarus, NW Monroe
Political Research Quarterly 60 (4), 593-606, 2007
Who converts to vote-by-mail? Evidence from a field experiment
NW Monroe, DE Sylvester
Election Law Journal 10 (1), 15-35, 2011
Testing the basis of incumbency advantage: strategic candidates and term limits in the California legislature
EJ Engstrom, NW Monroe
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 6 (1), 1-20, 2006
Negative agenda control and the conservative coalition in the US House
JA Jenkins, NW Monroe
The Journal of Politics 76 (4), 1116-1127, 2014
Partisan agenda control in the US house: A theoretical exploration
JA Jenkins, NW Monroe
Journal of Theoretical Politics 24 (4), 555-570, 2012
Party Agenda Control in the Senate: A Preliminary Hearing
MH Crespin, NW Monroe
Typescript. Michigan State University, 2005
The policy impact of unified government: evidence from 2000 to 2002
NW Monroe
Public Choice 142 (1-2), 111-124, 2010
Introduction: assessing the impact of parties in the US Senate
NW Monroe, JM Roberts, DW Rohde
Why not parties, 1-19, 2008
Towards a Theory of Minority-Party Influence in the US Congress
JA Jenkins, T Provins, NW Monroe
Working Paper. Accessed October 25, 2017. https://static1. squarespace. com …, 2016
The Jeffords Switch: Changing Majority Status and Causal Processes in the US Senate
C Den Hartog, N Monroe
Legislative Politics and Polic, 2019
From Rolls to Disappointments: Examining the Other Source of Majority Party Failure in Congress
AJ Clarke, JA Jenkins, NW Monroe
Political Research Quarterly 70 (1), 82-97, 2017
Agenda Control and Electoral Success in the US House
D Fortunato, NW Monroe
British Journal of Political Science 50 (4), 1583-1592, 2020
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