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John H Aldrich

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404B Old Chemistry
Box 90204
Durham, NC 277080289
(919) 660-4346 (office)
(email)
Education

PhDUniversity of Rochester1975
MAUniversity of Rochester1971
BAAllegheny College1969
Areas of Research

Political Behavior, Parties and Institutions

Professional Experience / Employment History

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Adjunct Professor, Deaprtment of Political Science, 2003 - present
Duke University
Pfizer-Pratt University Professor, Political Science, 1997-present
Professor, Political Science, 1987-present
University of Minnesota
Professor, Political Science, 1983-1987
Associate Professor, Political Science, 1981-1983
Michigan State University
Associate Professor, Political Science, 1978-1981
Assistant Professor, Political Science, 1974-1978
Awards, Honors, and Distinctions

Guggenheim Fellowship, Guggenheim Foundation, 2013
Distinguished Scholar Award, Univesity of Rochester, May, 2013
EITM Founders' Award, March, 2013
Frank Johnson Goodnow Award, American Political Science Association, September, 2012
Graduate Mentoring Award, 2004
Fellow, Rockefeller Center, Bellagio, Italy, September 2002
Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2001
Pi Sigma Alpha Award, best paper, SPSA, 1997
CQ Press Award, Legislative Studies Section, APSA, best paper on legislative politics, 1996
Gladys Kammerer Award, best book on U.S. national policy in political science, APSA, 1996
Visiting Professor, Department of Government, Harvard University, 1996-1997
Heinz Eulau Award, best article in the American Political Science Review
Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, 1989-1990
Conferences Organized

Organizer, National Conference: The Contributions of Richard Mckelvey, June, 2004
Professional Service

Dept Officer
Acting Chair, Department of Political Sceince, 1999-2000
Chair, Department of Political Science, 1992-1996
Acting Chair, Department of Political Science, 1990-1991
Dept Committees
International Search Committee, January 2008
Chair, Graduate Admissions Committee, December 2007
Graduate Affairs Committee, December 2007
Graduate Affairs Committee, Spring semester
Chair, Search Committee, American Politics, Spring
Graduate Affairs Committee, September 4, 2003 - May 12, 2005
Chair, American Politics Search Committee, September, 2004 - May, 2005
Chair, Ad Hoc Committee, James Hamilton promotion, 9/4/03-12/8/03
Ad Hoc Committee, Scott Morganstern Promotion and Tenure, 9/4/03-11/12/03
Chair, Departmental Development Committee, Report, "Achieving Excellence", 1992-1996
A&S Council
Chair, A&S Distinguished Professors Committee, 2005-2006
member, Arts and Sciences Council, 1991-1993
University Committee
Academic Council, 2007 - 2009
Member, Academic Council, September 1, 1996 - December 31, 2006
Academic Council, December 2006
Chair, Distinguished Professors Committee, 2002 - 2005
Member, Committee to Review the Provost's Advisory Committee on Advance, Promotion, and Tenure
Member, Search Committee for Dean of Faculty and Arts and Sciences, 2/4/03-11/25/03
Chair, Distinguished Professors Committee, 2003-2005
member, President's Advisory Committee on Resources, 1997-1998
member, MALS Advisory Committee, 1997-1998
Member, Advance, Promotion, and Tenure Committee, 1998-1999
Chair, Advisory Committee on Academic Computing, 1991-1992
member, ISCOM, 1991-1992
member, Advisory Committee on Academic Computing, 1990-1992
University Services
Founding Director, Program for Advanced Research in the Social Sciences, 7/1/03-present
Chair, Social Science Research Institute, 2003 - 2008
Founding Executive Director; co-director 2004-05, Social Science Research Institute, 7/1/03-6/30/05
member, Editorial Advisory Board, Duke University Press, 1991-1996
Papers Refereed
External Review Committee, Center for the Study of Demcoratic Politics, Princeton University, April, 2010
Special Projects
Chair, Board of Overseers, American National Election Study, 2010 - present
Planning Committee, CSES, 2010 - present
member, External Review Committee, IQSS, May 3-4, 2012
Chair, External Review Committee, Department of Government, Harvard University, 2012
Council Member (elected), American Political Science Association, September, 2003 - September, 2006
President, Midwest Political Science Association, April, 2004 - April, 2005
Other
Science, Book Review Editorial Board, 2006 - 2012
Nomination Committee, American Political Science Association, 1997-98 Chair, 1998
Editorial Board member, Political Analysis, 1998-present
Program Chair, Southern Political Science Association, 1996 Meeting
member, Editorial Advisory Board, New Directions in American Politics, Sage, 1994-present
Co-editor, Political Analysis, 1990-present
   (with Bruce de Mesquita, Robert Jackman, and David Rohde)
Program Committee, Southern Political Science Association (Chair, Research Strategies and Methods), 1988 Meeting
Editorial Board member, Journal of Politics, 1987-1993, 1997-present
Selection Committee, Editor, American Journal of Political Science, Midwest Political Science Association, 1986
Selection Committee, E.E. Schattschneider Award for best dissertation in American Politics, American Political Science Association, 1984
Program Committee, American Political Science Association (Chair of Electoral Behavior and Participation Section), 1983 Meeting
Editorial Board member, American Politics Quarterly, 1981-1985, 1989-present
Nomination Committee, Midwest Political Science Association, 1979
Program Committee, Midwest Political Science Association (Chair of Formal Modeling and Methodology Section), 1979 Meeting
President, American Political Science Association, Sept. 2013 - Sept., 2014
President-Elect, American Political Science Association, Sept. 2012-Sept. 2013
Member, Council, American Political Science Association, 11/4/03-9/1/06
President, Midwest Political Science Association, 2004-2005
President Elect, Midwest Political Science Association, 4/4/03-4/1/04
Woodrow Wilson Award Committee, Chair, American Political Science Association, 1999-2000
Strategic Planning Committee, American Political Science Association, 1999-2000
President, Southern Political Science Association, 1998 - 1999
President, Southern Political Science Association, 1998-1999
Durr Award Committee, Chair, Midwest Political Science Association, 1998-1999
President Elect, Southern Political Science Association, 1997-1998
Vice President, Southern Political Science Association, 1995 - 1996
Vice-President, Southern Political Science Association, 1995-1996
Chair, Editorial Advisory Board, Duke University Press, 1995-1996
Vice-President Elect, Southern Political Science Association, 1994-1995
Editorial Board member, American Political Science Review, 1982-1985, 1991-1995
Secretary, American Political Science Association, 1993-1994
Recording Secretary, Southern Political Science Association, 1992-1993
Political Science Advisory Panel, National Science Foundation, 1988-1990
Editoral Board member, American Journal of Political Science, 1988-1990
Co-editor, American Journal of Political Science, 1985-1988
   with John L. Sullivan
Editoral Board member, American Journal of Political Science, 1979-1985
Executive Council, Midwest Political Science Association, 1980-1982
Political Science Committee, Undergraduate Mathematics and Its Applications Project, 1979-1982
Editorial Board member, Public Choice, 1975-1980
Selected Recent Invited Talks

Opening Convocation, Graduate School, Duke University, August 21, 2013
Political Science Graduation, University of Rochester, May 19, 2013
Ph.D. Commencement, May 18, 2013
UBC, May, 2011
U Washington CSSS, April, 2011
Wm and Mary, April, 2011
Annual Farber Lecture, University of South Dakota, March, 2011
Strategic Voting, Zurich, Switzerland, October 29, 2008
Clarity of Party Positions on Ideology: A Cross-National Analysis, Warsaw, Poland, April 24, 2008
Habit and Voting, Essex Univesrity, England, March 12, 2008
Spillover Effects in Survey Experiments, Essex University, England, March 11, 2008
Some Propositions on Duverger's Law in Multi-dimensional Spaces, Neuffield College, Oxford, England, March 07, 2008
Political Parties, Legislative Politcs and Democracy, Universite de Montreal, May, 2004
One Dimension is not Enough, Stanford University, April, 2004
Theories of Political Parties, Economics Institute, Toulouse France, March 24, 2004
Conditional Party Government, Ohio State University, Distinguished Lecture Series, February 20, 2003
Foreign Policy and the 2004 US Presidential Election, Peking University, October 15, 2003
Doctoral Theses Directed

Renan Levine, (0000)
Laura Stevenson, (0000)
Jennifer Merolla, (0000)
John Griffin, (0000)
Jeff Grynaviski, (0000)
James S. Battista, (0000)
Elizabeth Zechmeister, (0000)
Mark Berger, (0000)

Publications

Books

  1. J.H. Aldrich, Why Parties?: A Second look (2011), University of Chicago Press.
  2. P.R. Abramson, J.H. Aldrich, and D.W. Rohde, Change and Continuity in the 2008 and 2010 Elections (2011), CQ Press.
  3. Improving Public Opinion Surveys: Interdisciplinary Innovation and the American National Election Studies, edited by J .H. Aldrich and K.M. McGraw (2011), Princeton University Press.
  4. with Paul Abramson, David W. Rohde, Change and Continuity in the 2008 Elections (2010), CQ Press.
  5. with Paul R. Abramson and David W. Rohde, Change and Continuity in the 2004 and 2006 Elections (2008), CQ Press.
  6. with Paul Abramson and David Rohde, Change and Continuity in the 2004 Elections (2006), CQ Press.
  7. J.H. Aldrich Paul Abramson and David W. Rohde, Change and Continuity in the 2000 and 2002 Elections (2003), CQ Press.
  8. J.H. Aldrich, Paul Abramson and David Rohde, Change and Continuity in the 2000 Elections (2002), Washington: CQ Press.
  9. J.H. Aldrich, Paul Abramson and David Rohde, Change and Continuity in the 1996 and 1998 Elections (1999), Washington: CQ Press.
  10. J.H. Aldrich with Paul Abramson and David Rohde, Change and Continuity in the 1996 Elections (1998), Washington: CQ Press.
  11. J.H. Aldrich, Why Parties? The Origin and Transformation of Political Parties in America (1995), Chicago, University of Chicago Press.
  12. J.H. Aldrich with Paul Abramson and David Rohde, Change and Continuity in the 1992 Elections (1994), Washington: CQ Press (Revised edition, 1995.).
  13. J.H. Aldrich with Paul Abramson and David Rohde, Change and Continuity in the 1988 Elections (1990), Washington: CQ Press (Revised edition, 1991.).
  14. J.H. Aldrich with Gary Miller, Charles Ostrom, and David Rohde, American Government: People, Institutions and Policies (1986), Boston: Houghton Mifflin (2nd ed., 1990 (with Paul Johnson, et al.), 3rd ed., 1994.).
  15. J.H. Aldrich with Paul Abramson and David Rohde, Change and Continuity in the 1984 Elections (1986), Washington: Congressional Quarterly Press (Revised edition, 1987.).
  16. J.H. Aldrich with Forrest Nelson, Analysis with a Limited Dependent Variable: Linear Probability, Logit, and Probit Models (1984), Sage Series on Quantitative Analysis.
  17. J.H. Aldrich with Paul R. Abramson and David W. Rohde, Change and Continuity in the 1980 Elections (1982), Washington: Congressional Quarterly Press (Revised edition, 1983.).
  18. J.H. Aldrich, Before the Convention: Strategies and Choices in Presidential Nomination Campaigns (1980), Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Chapters in Books

  1. with Brittany N. Perry, David W. Rohde., Richard Fenno’s Theory of Congressional Committees and the Partisan Polarization of the House,, in Congress Reconsidered, 10th edition, edited by Lawrence C. Dodd and Bruce I. Oppenheimer (2013), CQ Press.
  2. J.H. Aldrich and Melanie Freeze, Political Participation, Polarization, and Public Opinion: Activism and the Merging of Partisan and Ideological Polarization, in Facing the Challenge of Democracy: Explorations in the Analysis of Public Opinion and Political Participation, edited by Paul Sniderman and Ben Highton (2011), Princeton University Press.
  3. with Jeffrey Grynaveski, Theories of Political Parties, in The Oxford Handbook of American Political Parties and Interest Groups (2010), pp. 21-36.
  4. with David Rohde, Consequences of Electoral and Institutional Change: The Evaluation of Conditional Party Government in the U.S. House of Representatives, in New Directions in American Political Parties, edited by Jeffrey M. Stonecash (2010), pp. 234-250, Routledge.
  5. with Arthur Lupia, Formal Modeling, Strategic Beahvior, and the Study of American Elections, in The Oxford Handbook of American Elections and Behavior, edited by Jan Leighley (2010), pp. 89-104.
  6. with John Griffin, Parties, Elections, and Democratic Politics, in The Oxford Handbook of American Elections and Behavior, edited by Jan Leighley (2010), pp. 595-610.
  7. with Paul Abramson, David W. Rohde, Studying American Elections, in The Oxford Handbook of American Elections and Behavior, edited by Jan Leighley (2010), pp. 700-715.
  8. with Michael Brady, Scott de Marchi, Ian McDonald, Brendan Nyhan, David W. Rohde, and Michael Tofias, Party and Constitutency in the U.S. Senate, 1933-2004, in Why Not Parties?, edited by Nathan Monroe, Jason M. Roberts, and David W. Rohde (2008), University of Chicago Press.
  9. with David W. Rohde, Congressional Committees in a Continuing Partisan Era, in Congress Reconsidered, 9th edition (2008).
  10. with Paul R. Abramson, André Blais, Daniel Lee, and Renan Levine, Coalition Considerations and the Vote, in The Elections in Israel, 2006, edited by Asher Arian and Michal Shamir (2008), pp. 45-66, Transaction Publishers.
  11. with Paul R. Abramson, Andre Blais, Daniel Lee, Renan Levine, Coalition Considerations and the Vote, in The Elections in Israel, 2006, edited by Asher Arian and Michal Shamir (2007), Israel Demcoracy Institute.
  12. with Keith T. Poole, Statistical Tests of Theoretical Results, in A Positive Change in Political Science: The Legacy of Richard D. McKelvey’s Most Influential Writings, edited by John H. Aldrich, James Alt, and Arthur Lupia (2007), pp. 93-102, University of Michigan Press.
  13. J.H. Aldrich with David W. Rohde and Michael Tofias, One D Is Not Enough: Measuring Conditional Party Government, 1887-2002, in Party, Profess and Political Change in Congress: Further New Perspectives on the History of Congress, edited by David Brady and Mathew D. McCubbins (2007), Stanford University Press.
  14. J.H. Aldrich, Political Parties In and Out of Legal Legislatures, in Oxford Handbook of Political Institutions, edited by Rod Rhodes (2006), Oxford University Press.
  15. J.H. Aldrich and D.W. Rohde, Congressional Committees in a Partisan Era, in Congress Reconsidered, 8th ed., edited by Lawrence C. Dodd and Bruce I. Oppenheimer (2005), CQ Press.
  16. J.H. Aldrich, Andre Blais, Indridi H. Indridason & Renan Levine, Coalition Considerations and the Vote, in The Elections in Israel, 2003, edited by Asher Arian and Michal Shamir (2004), pp. 180-211, Jerusalem, Israel: Israel Democracy Institute and New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Press.
  17. J.H. Aldrich, Electoral Democracy During Politics as Usual – and Unusual, in Electoral Democracy, edited by Michael McKuen and George Rabinowitz (2003), University of Michigan Press.
  18. J.H. Aldrich with John D. Griffin, The Presidency and the Campaign: Creating Voter Priorities in the 2000 Election, in The Presidency and the Political System, 7th edition, edited by Michael Nelson (2003), Washington, D.C.:CQ Press.
  19. J.H. Aldrich with Calvin Jillson and Rick Wilson, Why Congress: What the Failure of the Continental and the Survival of the Federal Congress Tell Us about the New Institutionalism, in Party, Process, and Political Change in Congress: New Perspectives on the History of Congress, edited by David Brady and Mathew D. McCubbins (2002), Stanford University Press.
  20. J.H. Aldrich, Electoral Democracy During Politics as Usual - and Unusual, in Electoral Democracy, edited by Michael McKuen and George Rabinowitz (2002), University of Michigan Press.
  21. J.H. Aldrich with Paul Abramson, Were Voters Strategic?, in Elections in Israel, 1999, edited by Asher Arian and Michal Shamir (2002), SUNY, Albany Press.
  22. J.H. Aldrich with Mark Berger and David Rohde, The Historical Variability in Conditional Party Government, 1977-1994, in Party, Process, and Political Change in Congress: New Perspectives on the History of Congress, edited by David Brady and Mathew D. McCubbins (2002), Stanford University Press.
  23. J.H. Aldrich with David W. Rohde, The Logic of Conditional Party Government: Revisiting the Electoral Connection, in Congress Reconsidered, 7th ed., edited by Lawrence C. Dodd and Bruce I. Oppenheimer (2001), Washington, D.C.: CQ Press.
  24. J.H. Aldrich with David Rohde, The Consequences of Party Organization in the House: The Role of the Majority and Minority Parties in Conditional Party Government, in Polarized Politics: Congress and the President in a Partisan Era, edited by Jon R. Bond and Richard Fleisher (2000), CQ Press.
  25. J.H. Aldrich with Thomas Weko, The Presidency and the Election Campaign: Framing the Choice in 1996, in The Presidency and the Political System, 6th, edited by Michael Nelson (2000), Washington, D.C.: CQ Press.
  26. J.H. Aldrich, Explaining Institutional Change: Soaking and Poking in the U.S. Congress, in Congress on Display, Congress at Work, edited by William T. Bianco (2000), Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
  27. J.H. Aldrich with Thomas Weko, The Presidency and the Election Campaign: Framing the Choice in 1996, in The Presidency and the Political System, 5th edition, edited by Michael Nelson (1998), Washington: CQ Press.
  28. J.H. Aldrich, When is it Rational to Vote?, in Perspectives on Public Choice: A Handbook, edited by Dennis Mueller (1997), University of Michigan Press.
  29. J.H. Aldrich, Foreign Policy and Elections, in American Reference Publication Company in conjunction with the Council on Foreign Relations, edited by Bruce W. Jentleson and Gaddis Smith (1996).
  30. J.H. Aldrich, Rational Choice and the Study of American Politics, in The Dynamics of American Politics: Approaches and Interpretations, edited by Lawrence C. Dodd and Clavin Jillson (1994), Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press.
  31. J.H. Aldrich with Thomas Weko, The Presidency and the Election Campaign, in The Presidency and the Political System, 4th edition, edited by Michael Nelson (1994), Washington: CQ Press.
  32. J.H. Aldrich, Presidential Selection, in Researching the Presidency: Vital Questions, New Approaches, edited by George Edwards III, John H. Kessel, and Bert A. Rockman (1993), Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Press.
  33. J.H. Aldrich with Richard G. Niemi, The Sixth American Party System: Electoral Change, 1952-1992, in Broken Contract:: Changing Relationships between Americans and their Government, edited by Steven Craig (1993), Westview Press.
  34. J.H. Aldrich, Presidential Campaigns in Party- and Candidate-Centered Eras, in Under Watchful Eye: Managing Presidential Campaigns in the Television Era, edited by Matthew D. McCubbins (1992), Washington, D.C.: CQ Press.
  35. J.H. Aldrich with Wendy Rahn, Eugene Borgida, and John Sullivan, A Social Cognitive Model of Candidate Appraisal, in Information and Democratic Processes (1990), Champaign, Ill: University of Illinois Press (Reprinted in Controversies in Voting Behavior, Richard G. Niemi and Herbert Weisberg, eds. (Washington, D.C.: CQ Press, 1993).).
  36. J.H. Aldrich with Thomas Weko, The Presidency and the Election Campaign: Framing the Choice in 1988, in The Presidency and the Political System, 3rd edition, edited by Michael Nelson (1990), Washington: CQ Press.
  37. J.H. Aldrich, Presidential Nominations and a Clash of Values, in The Presidency in American Politics, edited by Paul Brace, Christine Harrington, and Gary King (1989), New York: New York University.
  38. J.H. Aldrich, Power and Order: The Bases of Institutional Structure and Its Change in the U.S. House of Representatives, in Home Style and Washington Work, edited by Morris P. Fiorina and David W. Rohde (1989), University of Michigan Press.
  39. J.H. Aldrich with Thomas Weko, The Presidency and the Election Process: Campaign Strategy, Voting, and Governance, in The Presidency and the Political System, 2nd edition, edited by Michael Nelson (1988), pp. 155-187, CQ Press.
  40. J.H. Aldrich with Raymond Duvall and Jutta Weldes, The Costs of National Security: Spending for Defense and Spending for Welfare in the United States: 1948-1983, in Issues and Choices, edited by Joseph Goldman (1987), University Press of America.
  41. J.H. Aldrich, Methods and Actors: The Relationship of Processes to Candidates, in Perspectives on Presidential Selection, edited by Alexander Heard and Michael Nelson (1987), Duke University Press.
  42. J.H. Aldrich with Forrest Nelson, Logit and Probit Models for Multivariate Analysis with Qualitative Dependent Variables, in New Directions in Social Science Research Models, edited by William D. Berry and Michael S. Lewis-Beck (1986), Sage Publications.
  43. J.H. Aldrich with David W. Rohde, The Limitations of Equilibrium Analysis in Political Science, in Political Equilibrium, edited by Peter Ordeshook and Kenneth Shepsle (1982), Boston: Martinus Nijhoff.
  44. J.H. Aldrich, A Model of the U.S. Presidential Primary Campaign, in Applied Game Theory, edited by S.J. Brams, A. Schotter, and G. Schwodiauer (1979), Wurzburg-Wien, Austria: Physica-Verlag.

Journal Articles

  1. with Paul Abramson, Abraham Disking, Aaron Houck, Renan Levine, Thomas Scotto, The British General Election of 2010 Under Different Rules, Electoral Studies, vol. 32 no. 1 (March, 2013), pp. 134-139 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.electstud.2012.10.002.).
  2. with Michael Munger, Jason Reifler, Sophisticated and myopic? Citizen Preferences for Electoral College Reform, Public Choice, vol. 2013 (2013), pp. 1-18.
  3. with Bradford Bishop, Rebecca Hatch, D. Sunshine Hillygus, David W. Rohde, Blame, Responsibility, and the Tea Party in the 2010 Midterm Elections, Political Behavior (2013) (http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11109-013-9242-4/fulltext.html.).
  4. with Brittany Perry and Dvid W. Rohde, House Appropriations after the Republican Revolution, Congress and the Presidency, vol. 39 no. 3 (September-December, 2012), pp. 229-253.
  5. J.H. Aldrich, J.M. Montgomery and W. Wood, Turnout as a Habit, Political Behavior, vol. 33 no. 4 (December, 2011), pp. 535-563.
  6. J.H. Aldrich, T, Shi and J. Liu, Bifurcated Images of the U.S. in Urban China and the Impact of Media Environment, Political Communication, vol. 28 no. 3 (July, 2011), pp. 357-376.
  7. with Paul R. Abramson, André Blais, Matthew Diamond, Abraham Diskin, Indridi H. Indridason, Daniel J. Lee, and Renan Levine, Comparing Strategic Voting Under FPTP and PR, Comparative Political Studies, vol. 43 no. 1 (January, 2010), pp. 61-90.
  8. J.H. Aldrich, Elinor Ostrom and the ‘just right’ solution, Public Choice, vol. 143 no. 3-4 (2010), pp. 269-273.
  9. with Victoria DeFrancesco Soto; gregory Petrow, “The Human Face of Economic Globalization: Mexican Migrants and their Support for Free Trade”, Journal of Latino-Latin American Studies, vol. 3 (Fall) no. 2 (2009), pp. 24-46.
  10. J.H. Aldrich, The Invisible Primary and Its Effects on Democratic Choice, PS: Political Science and Politics, vol. 42 no. 1 (2009).
  11. with Stanley L. Winer, Michael W. Tofias, and Bernard Grofman, Trending Economic Factors and the Structure of Congress in the Growth of Government, 1930 – 2002, Public Choice, vol. 135 (2008), pp. 415-448.
  12. with John E. Transue and Daniel J. Lee, Treatment Spillover Effects across Survey Experiments, Political Analysis, vol. 17 (forthcoming), pp. 143-171.
  13. with Abramson, Rickershauser, and Rohde, Fear in the Voting Booth: The 2004 Presidential Election, Political Behavior, vol. 29 no. 2 (2007), pp. 197-220.
  14. with Rickershauser, ‘‘It’s the electability, stupid’’  or maybe not? Electability,, Electoral Studies, vol. 26 no. 2 (2007), pp. 371-380.
  15. with Peter Feaver, Chris Gelpi, Jason Reifler, Kristin Thompson Sharp, Foreign Policy and the Electoral Connection, Annual Review of Political Science, vol. 9 (2006), pp. 477-502.
  16. with Blais, Indridason, Levine, Voting for a Coalition, Party Politics, vol. 12 (2006).
  17. J.H. Aldrich, Paul Abramson, and David Rohde, The 2004 Presidential Election: The Emergence of a Permanent Majority?, Political Science Quarterly, vol. 120 no. 1 (Spring, 2005), pp. 35-57.
  18. J.H. Aldrich, with Paul R. Abramson, Matthew Diamond, Abraham Diskin, Renan Levine, and Thomas J. Scotto, Strategic Abandonment or Sincerely Second Best? The 1999 Israeli Prime Ministerial Election, Journal of Politics, vol. 66 no. 3 (August, 2004), pp. 706-728.
  19. J.H. Aldrich and James Alt, Introduction, Political Analysis (September, 2003) (special issue, "Empirical Implication of Theoretical Models".).
  20. J.H. Aldrich, Paul Abramson and David Rohde, Will Changing the Rules Change the Game?: Front-loading and the 2004 Presidential Nomination, The Berkeley Electronic Press, vol. 1 no. 3 (May, 2003).
  21. J.H. Aldrich with James S. Coleman Battista, Conditional Party Government in the States, American Journal of Political Science, vol. 46, Issue 1 (September, 2002), pp. 164-72.
  22. J.H. Aldrich with David Rohde, The Republican Revolution and the House Appropriations Committee, Journal of Politics (February 2000).
  23. J.H. Aldrich, Southern Parties in State and Nation, Journal of Politics (August 2000).
  24. J.H. Aldrich, Paul R. Abramson, Phil Paolino, and David W. Rohde, Challenges to the American Two-Party System: Evidence from the 1968, 1980, 1992, and 1996 Presidential Elections, Political Research Quarterly, vol. 53 no. 3 (September 2000).
  25. J.H. Aldrich, Political Parties in a Critical Era, American Politics Quarterly, vol. 27 no. 1 (January 1999).
  26. J.H. Aldrich with David Rohde, Theories of Party in the Legislature and the Transition to Republican Rule in the House, Political Science Quarterly, vol. 112 no. 4 (Winter 1997-1998).
  27. J.H. Aldrich with Paul R. Abramson, Phil Paolino, and David W. Rohde, The Problem of Third-Party and Independent Candidates in the American Political System: Wallace, Anderson, and Perot in Comparative Perspective, Political Studies Quarterly, vol. 10 no. 3 (Fall, 1995) (Reprinted in Understanding Presidential Elections: Trends and New Developments, Robert Y. Shapiro, ed. (New York: The Academy of Political Science, 1996).).
  28. J.H. Aldrich with R. Michael Alvarez, Issues and the Presidency Primary Voter, Political Behavior, vol. 16 no. 3 (September, 1994), pp. 289-317.
  29. J.H. Aldrich, A Model of a Legislature with Two Parties and a Committee System, Legislative Studies Quarterly, vol. 19 no. 3 (August, 1994) (Reprinted in Positive Theories of Congressional Institutions, Kenneth A. Shepsle and Barry R. Weingast, eds. (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1995).).
  30. J.H. Aldrich with Wendy M. Rahn and Eugene Borgida, Individual and Contextual Variations in Political Candidate Appraisal, American Political Science Review, vol. 88 no. 1 (March, 1994).
  31. J.H. Aldrich with Ruth Grant, The Antifederalists, the First Congress, and the First Parties, Journal of Politics (May, 1993).
  32. J.H. Aldrich, Turnout and Rational Choice, American Journal of Political Science (February, 1993).
  33. J.H. Aldrich with Richard G. Niemi, El sexto sistma de partidos estadunidense: El realineamiento do los anos sesenta y los partidos entrados en los candidatos, Estados Unidos, vol. II no. 4 (Winter, 1992).
  34. J.H. Aldrich with Paul R. Abramson, Phil Paolino, and David W. Rohde, "Sophisticated' Voting in the 1988 Presidential Primaries, American Political Science Review (March, 1992).
  35. J.H. Aldrich with William T. Bianco, A Game-Theoretic Model of Party Affiliation of Candidates and Office Holders, Mathematical and Computer Modeling (1992).
  36. J.H. Aldrich with Jason Young, Cynthia J. Thomsen, Eugene Borgida and John L. Sullivan, When Self-Interest Makes a Difference: The Role of Construct Accessibility in Political Reasoning, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (1991).
  37. J.H. Aldrich with John L. Sullivan, Eugene Borgida, and Wendy Rahn, Candidate Appraisal and Human Nature: Man and Superman in the 1988 Election, Political Psychology (1990).
  38. J.H. Aldrich with Richard K. Harper, The Political Economy of Sugar Legislation, Public Choice (1990).
  39. J.H. Aldrich with John L. Sullivan and Eugene Borgida, Foreign Policy and Voting in Presidential Elections: Are Candidates 'Waltzing before a Blind Audience?', American Political Science Review (March, 1989) (Reprinted in Controversies in Voting Behavior, Richard G. Niemi and Herbert Weisberg, eds. (Washington, D.C.: CQ Press), 1993.).
  40. J.H. Aldrich with Michael D. McGinnis, A Model of Party Constraints on Optimal Candidate Positions, Mathematical and Computer Modeling (1989) (Reprinted in Paul Johnson, ed., Formal Theories of Politics: Mathematical Modelling Political Science, Pergamon Press, 1989).).
  41. J.H. Aldrich with Paul R. Abramson and David W. Rohde, Progressive Ambition among United States Senators: 1972-1988, Journal of Politics (February, 1987).
  42. J.H. Aldrich with Jason Young, Eugene Borgida, and John Sullivan, Personal Agendas and the Relationship between Self Interest and Voting Behavior, Social Psychology Quarterly (1987).
  43. J.H. Aldrich with Dennis Simon, Turnout in American National Elections, Research in Micropolitics, vol. 1 (1986).
  44. J.H. Aldrich, A Downsian Spatial Model with Party Activism, American Political Science Review (December, 1983).
  45. J.H. Aldrich, A Spatial Model with Party Activists: Implications for Electoral Dynamics" and "Rejoinder", Public Choice (1983).
  46. J.H. Aldrich with Paul R. Abramson, The Decline of Electoral Participation in America, American Political Science Review (September, 1982).
  47. J.H. Aldrich with Richard G. Niemi, George Rabinowitz, and David W. Rohde, The Measurement of Public Opinion about Public Policy: A Report on Some New Issue Question Formats, American Journal of Political Science (May, 1982).
  48. J.H. Aldrich, A Dynamic Model of Presidential Nomination Campaigns, American Political Science Review (September, 1980).
  49. J.H. Aldrich with Charles Ostrom, Regularities, Verification, and Systemization: Twenty Five Years of Research in Political Science, American Behavioral Scientist (July-August 1980).
  50. J.H. Aldrich with Charles Ostrom, The Relationship Between Size and Stability in the Major Power International System, American Journal of Political Science (November, 1978).
  51. J.H. Aldrich, The Dilemma of a Paretian Liberal: Some Consequences of Sen's Theorem" and "Liberal Games: Further Thoughts on Social Choice and Game Theory, Public Choice (Summer, 1977).
  52. J.H. Aldrich with Richard McKelvey, A Method of Scaling with Applications to the 1968 and 1972 U.S. Presidential Elections, American Political Science Review (March, 1977).
  53. J.H. Aldrich, Electoral Choice in 1972: A Test of Some Theorems of the Spatial Model of Electoral Competition, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, vol. 5 (1977).
  54. J.H. Aldrich, Some Problems in Testing Two Rational Models of Participation, American Journal of Political Science (November, 1976).
  55. J.H. Aldrich with Charles Cnudde, Probing the Bounds of Conventional Wisdom: A Comparison of Regression, Probit, and Discriminant Analysis, American Journal of Political Science (August, 1975) (Reprinted in Theory-Building and Data Analysis in the Social Sciences, ed. by Herbert B. Asher, et al. (Knoxville, Tenn.: University of Tennesee Press, 1984).).
  56. J.H. Aldrich, Candidate Support Functions inthe 1968 Election: An Empirical Application of the Spatial Model, Public Choice (Summer, 1975).

Edited Volumes

  1. with Alt, Lupia, A Positive Change in Political Science: The Legacy of Richard D. McKelvey’s Most Influential Writings, edited by Aldrich, Alt, Lupia (2007), University of Michigan Press.

Papers Accepted

  1. with Jacob Montgomery, Wendy Wood, Habit and Turnout, Political Behavior (2010).
  2. with John Griffin, “Parties, Elections, and Democratic Politics", in ., Oxford Handbook of American Elections and Political Behavior (2009).
  3. with Arthur Lupia, Formal Modeling, Strategic Behavior, and the Study of American Elections, in Oxford Handbook of American Elections and Political Behavior (2009).
  4. with Arthur Lupia, Experiments and Game Theory’s Value to Political Science, in Oxford Handbook of Experiments in the Social Sciences (2009).
  5. with Melanie Freeze, Political Participation, Polarization, and Public Opinion: Activism and the Merging of Partisan and Ideological Polarization, in Facing the Challenge of Democracy: Explorations in the Analysis of Public Opinion and Political Participation, edited by Ben Highton and Paul Sniderman (2009), Princeton University Press.
  6. with Paul R. Abramson, Andre Blais, Mathew Diamond, Abraham Diskin, Indridi Indridason, Daniel Lee, and Renan Levine, Comparing Strategic Voting under FPTP and PR, Comparative Political Studies (forthcoming).
  7. with Paul R. Abramson and David W. Rohde, On Elections, in Oxford Handbook of American Elections and Political Behavior, edited by Jan Leighley (forthcoming), Oxford University Press.
  8. with Jeff Grynaveski, Theories of Political Parties, in Oxford Handbook of Political Parties and Interest Groups, edited by L. Sandy Maisel and Jeffrey M. Berry (forthcoming), Oxford University Press.
  9. J.H. Aldrich with John D. Griffin and Jill Rickershauser, The Presidency and the Campaign: Campaigns and Voter Priorities in the 2004 Election, in The Presidency and the Political System, edited by Michael Nelson (forthcoming), Washington, D.C.: CQ Press.

Other

  1. J.H. Aldrich and James Alt, Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models, Political Analysis (September, 2003) (Edited Special Edition, Includes Introduction by Aldrich and Alt.).

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