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David W. Rohde

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Box 90209, Durham, NC 27708-0209 (919) 660-7053 (office)
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Education

Ph.D.University of Rochester1971
B.S.Canisius College (Germany)1967
Areas of Interest

Legislative Politics
Campaigns and Elections
Positive Political Theory
Research Methods

Professional Experience / Employment History

Duke University
Professor, Department of Political Science, 2005 - present
Michigan State University
University Distinguished Professor, 1994 - 2005
University Distinguished Professor, 1992 - 1993
Professor, 1978 - 1992
Associate Professor, 1973 - 1978
Assistant Professor, 1970 - 1973
University of Florida
Manning J. Dauer Eminent Scholar in Political Science, 1993 - 1994
Awards, Honors, and Distinctions

Samuel Eldersveld Career Achievement Award, Political Organizations and Parties Section of APSA, September, 2010
Patrick J. Fett Award, Midwest Political Science Association, April, 2008
Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2000
Fellows, American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Pi Sigma Alpha Award, September, 1997
CQ Press Award, September, 1996
Pulitzer Prize, Pulitzer Board, The
Distinguished Faculty Award, Michigan State University, 1992
A.P.S.A. Congressional Fellowship, 1972-73
Herbert Lehman Fellowship, 1967-70
Woodrow Wilson Fellowship (honorary), 1967-68
Conferences Organized

Organized Conference on Party effects in the U.S. Senate, April, 2006
Professional Service

Dept Officer
Assistant to the Chairperson, Department of Political Science, Michigan State University, 1991 - 1993
Chairperson, Department of Political Science, Michigan State University, April, 1981 - August, 1987
Acting Chair, Department of Political Science, Michigan State University, August, 1980 - April, 1981
Assistant to the Chairperson, Department of Political Science, Michigan State University, 1979 - 1980
Acting Chair, Department of Political Science, Michigan State University, Summers 1975 - 1980
Acting Chair, Department of Political Science, Michigan State University, August, 1978 - May, 1979
Assistant to the Chairperson, Department of Political Science, Michigan State University, 1976 - 1978
Faculty Computer Liaison
Chair, Institutions Field Committee (New), 2009 - present
Chair, Committee on fund raising for the Departmental Strategic Review, December 2009
Dept Committees
Tenure Review Committee for Pablo Beramendi, 2010-2011
Prelim/Qualifying Exam Committee in American Politics, 2010-201
Committee on Departmental Reorganization, December 2009
Graduate Affairs Committee, 2008
chair, American Politics/Methods search committee, 2008
Chair, American politics Qualifying/Prelim Exams, Fall 2008
American Politics search committee, December 2006
Chair, Promotion Committee (Chris Gelpi to Professor), December 2006
Comparative Politics Seach Committee, December 2006
Graduate Admissions committee, January 01, 2006 - March 31, 2006
A&S Council
Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor committee, 2007 - present
University Services
Director, Political Institutions and Public Choice Program, Duke University, 2005 - present
Acting Director, Social Science Research Bureau, Michigan State University, 1987
Papers Refereed
Papers Refereed in 2007: American Politics Review, American Political Science Review Political Science Quarterly (3), December 2007
Papers Refereed in 2007: Legislative Studies Quarterly, Journal of Politics (2), Public Choice, December 2007
Papers refereed in 2006: Legislative Studies Quarterly; Political Communications; Party Politics; Public Choice (2); American Politics Research;, December 2006
Papers refereed in 2006: Congress and the Presidency; Journal of Politics (2); Political Science Quarterly (2); American Journal of Political Science;, December 2006
Special Projects
Member of the Executive Council of the Southern Political Science Association, Three-year term 2006-2008
member of the Prize Committee for the Best Article in the Journal of Politics During 2006, 2006
Other
Editorial Board of the Journal of Politcs, 2006 - 2009
Executive Council of the Southern Political Science Association, 2006 - present
Advisory editor, "Analytical Perspectives on Politics" series, 2005 - present
Member, Editorial Board of Political Science Quarterly, 1998 - present
President of the Southern Political Science Association, Jan. 2012-Jan. 2013
Program Chair for the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, December 2009
Conference Site Selection committee (Chair), Southern Political Science Association, 2007-2008
Member, Trust and Development Board, 2006-2008
Member, Nominating committee of the American Political Science Association, 2001
Chair, Nominating committee of the American Political Science Association, 2000
Member, Search committee for the editor of the American Journal of Political Science, 2000
Member, Search committee for the editor of the Journal of Poltiics, 1999
Member, William H. Riker Prize Committee, 1999-2002
Member, Editorial Board of Journal of Politics, 1997-2000
Chair, 1997 Patrick Fett Award Committee of the Midwest Political Science Association, 1997
Member, Editorial Board of PS, 1993-1995
Member, National Science Foundation Political Science Advisory Panel, 1992-1993
Member, Editorial Board of Legislative Studies Quarterly, 1992-1994
Chair, Legislative Studies Section of the American Political Science Association, 1991-1993
Editor, American Journal of Political Science, 1988-1990
Selected Recent Invited Talks

The 2010 Elections and Their Consequences, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, November 17, 2010
The 2010 Elections, Duke Magazine Editorial Board, November 14, 2010
“Beyond Motions to Table: Exploring the Procedural Toolkit of the Majority Party in the United States Senate.”, University of Iowa, November 05, 2010
President Broadhead's University Forum on the financial crisis, Sept. 2008
Saye-Talarico Lecture, Department of Political Science, University of Georgia, November 15, 2007
"Conditional Party Government After 15 Years.", University of Minnesota, October 18, 2007
Round Table on the 2006 Elections, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, November 16, 2006
Projects in Progress: Research on dimensionality of congressional voting on Appropriations Bills. Research on floor politics in the House and Senate. Research on House and Senate elections in small states.

Publications

Books

  1. Abramson, P; Aldrich, J; Rohde, DW, Change and Continuity in the 2008 and 2010 Elections. CQ Press, 2011 (2011).
  2. Abramson, PR; Aldrich, JH; Rohde, DW, Change and continuity in the 2008 elections (January, 2010), pp. 1-427, CQ Press [doi].
  3. Aldrich, JH; Abramson, P; Rohde, DW, Change and Continuity in the 2008 Elections (2010), CQ Press.
  4. Aldrich, JH; Abramson, PR; Rohde, DW, Change and Continuity in the 2004 and 2006 Elections (2008), CQ Press.
  5. Aldrich, JH; Abramson, P; Rohde, D, Change and Continuity in the 2004 Elections (2006), CQ Press.
  6. Abramson, P; Rohde, DW; Aldrich, JH, Change and Continuity in the 2000 and 2002 Elections (2003), CQ Press.
  7. Aldrich, JH; Abramson, P; Rohde, D, Change and Continuity in the 2000 Elections (2002), Washington: CQ Press.
  8. Aldrich, JH; Abramson, P; Rohde, D, Change and Continuity in the 1996 and 1998 Elections (1999), Washington: CQ Press.
  9. David Rohde, Paul Abramson, and John Aldrich, Change and Continuity in the 1996 Elections (1998), CQ Press.
  10. Rohde, D; Abramson, P; Aldrich, J, Change and Continuity in the 1992 Elections, Revised Edition (1995), CQ Press.
  11. Aldrich, JH; Abramson, P; Rohde, D, Change and Continuity in the 1992 Elections (1994), Washington: CQ Press.
  12. David Rohde, Paul Abramson, and John Aldrich, Change and Continuity in the 1988 Elections, Revised Edition (1991), CQ Press.
  13. Rohde, D, Parties and Leaders in the Postreform House (1991), University of Chicago Press (Portions reprinted in Herbert F. Weisberg, Eric S. Heberlig, and Lisa M. Campoli (eds.), Classics in Congressional Politics (Addison, Wesley, Longman, 1999), 366-376..).
  14. Aldrich, JH; Abramson, P; Rohde, D, Change and Continuity in the 1988 Elections (1990), Washington: CQ Press.
  15. Rohde, D; Fiorina, M, Home Style and Washington Work: Studies of Congressional Politics (1989), University of Michigan Press.
  16. David Rohde, Paul Abramson, and John Aldrich, Change and Continuity in the 1984 Elections, Revised Edition (1987), CQ Press.
  17. Rohde, D; Aldrich, J; Miller, G; Ostrom, C, Assistant Professor (1986), Houghton, Mifflin Inc..
  18. Aldrich, JH; Abramson, P; Rohde, D, Change and Continuity in the 1984 Elections (1986), Washington: Congressional Quarterly Press.
  19. Rohde, D; Abramson, P; Aldrich, J, Change and Continuity in the 1984 Elections (1986), CQ Press.
  20. Rohde, D, Change and Continuity in the 1980 Elections, Revised Edition (1983), CQ Press.
  21. Aldrich, JH; Abramson, PR; Rohde, DW, Change and Continuity in the 1980 Elections (1982), Washington: Congressional Quarterly Press.
  22. Rohde, D; Abramson, P; Aldrich, J, Change and Continuity in the 1980 Elections (1982), CQ Press.
  23. Rohde, D; Spaeth, H, Supreme Court Decision Making (1976), W. H. Freeman.

Chapters in Books

  1. Aldrich, JH; Perry, BN; Rohde, DW, Richard Fenno’s Theory of Congressional Committees and the Partisan Polarization of the House, in Congress Reconsidered, 10th ed., edited by Dodd, L; Oppenheimer, B (2013), pp. 193-220, CQ Press.
  2. King, AS; Orlando, FJ; Rohde, DW, Beyond Motions to Table: Exploring the Procedural Toolkit of the Majority Party in the United States Senate, in Party and Procedure in the United States Congres, edited by Straus, J (2012), pp. 173-194, Rowman and Littlefield.
  3. Rohde, DW, “Looking Back to See Ahead: The Senate in the Twenty-First Century.”, in From Delay to Dysfunction: the U.S.Senate,1960-2010., edited by Loomis, B (2011), pp. 239-257.
  4. Rohde, D; Aldrich, J, Consequences of Electoral and Institutional Change: The Evolution of Conditional Party Government in the U.S. House of Representatives1, in New Directions in American Political Parties (January, 2010), pp. 234-250 [doi].
  5. Aldrich, J; Rohde, DW, “Consequences of Electoral and Institutional Change: The Evolution of Conditional Party Government in the U.S. House of Representatives.", in New Directions in American Political Parties, edited by Stonecash, JM (2010), pp. 234-250, Routledge.
  6. Rohde, DW, “What a Difference 25 Years Makes: Changing Perspectives on Parties and Leaders in the U.S. House.”, in Oxford Handbook of American Political Parties and Interest Groups, edited by Berry, J; Maisel, LS (2010), pp. 323-338, Oxford University Press.
  7. Abramson, P; Aldrich, J; Rohde, DW, “On Elections.”, in The Oxford Handbook of American Elections and Political Behavior, edited by Leighley, JE (2010), pp. 700-715, Oxford University Press.
  8. Aldrich, JH; Rohde, DW, “Congressional Committees in a Continuing Partisan Era.”, in Congress Reconsidered, 9th ed., edited by Dodd, L; Oppenheimer, B (2009), CQ Press (pp. 217-240.).
  9. Rohde, DW; Barthelmy, M, “The President and Congressional Parties in an Era of Polarization.”, in Oxford Handbook of the American Presidency, edited by Edwards, G; Howel, W (2009), Oxford University Press (pp. 289-310.).
  10. Aldrich, J; Brady, M; Marchi, SD; McDonald, I; Nyhan, B; Rohde, DW; Tofias, M, “Party and Constituency in the U.S. Senate, 1933-2004.”, in Why Not Parties?, pp. 39-51. (2008).
  11. Monroe, NW; Roberts, JM; Rohde, DW, “Assessing the Impact of Parties in the U.S. Senate.”, in Why Not Parties?, pp. 1-19. (2008).
  12. Rohde, D; Aldrich, JH; Tofias, M, One D is Not Enough: Measuring Conditional Party Government in 1887-2002, in Process, Party and Policy Making: Furhter New Perspectives on the History of Congress, edited by Brady, DW; McCubbins, MD (2007), pp. 102-112, Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  13. Rohde, D; Finocchiaro, C, Puzzles of the Partisan Era of the U.S. House, in Process, Party and Policy Making: Further New Perspectives on the History of Congress, edited by Brady, DW; McCubbins, MD (2007), pp. 259-270, Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  14. Rohde, D, Committees and Policy Formulation, in The Legislative Branch, edited by Binder, S; Quirk, P (2005), New York: Oxford University Press.
  15. Rohde, D; Aldrich, JH, Congressional Committees in a Partisan Era, in Congress Reconsidered, 8th ed., edited by Dodd, L; Oppenheimer, B (2005), CQ Press.
  16. Rohde, D, Seeing the House and Senate Together: Some Reflections on the Research on the Exceptional Senate, in U. S. Senate Exceptionalism, edited by Oppenheimer, B (2002), pp. 341-349, Columbus: Ohio State University Press.
  17. Rohde, D, The Structure of Legislatures, in The Oxford Companion to American Law, edited by Grossman, JB (2002), New York: Oxford University Press.
  18. Rohde, D, American Fears: Change and Continuity, in Fears in Post Communist Societies: A Comparative Perspective, edited by Shlapentokh, V; Shiraev, E (2002), pp. 139-144, Pellgrave-St. Martin’s.
  19. Rohde, D; Aldrich, J; Berger, MM, The Historical Variability in Conditional Party Government, 1877-1986, in Party, Process, and Political Change in Congress: New Perspectives on the History of Congress, edited by Brady, DW; McCubbins, MD (2002), pp. 17-35, Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  20. Rohde, D; Aldrich, JH, The Logic of Conditional Party Government: Revisiting the Electoral Connection, in Congress Reconsidered, 7th Edition, edited by Dodd, L; Oppenheimer, B (2001), pp. 26-292, CQ Press.
  21. Rohde, D; Berard, S, What You See is...Essentially...What You Get: House Races in the Contemporary South, in Eye of the Storm: The South and Congress in an Era of Change, edited by Kuzenski, JC; Moreland, LW; Steed, RP (2000), pp. 39-67, Westport, CT: Praeger.
  22. Rohde, D; Marshall, BW; Prins, BC, Majority Party Leadership, Strategic Choice, and Committee Power: Appropriations in the House, 1995-98, in Congress on Display, Congress at Work, edited by Bianco, W (2000), pp. 69-99, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
  23. Rohde, D; Aldrich, J, The Consequences of Party Organization in the House: The Role of the Majority and Minority Parties in Conditional Party Government, in Polarized Politcs: Congress and the President in a Partisan Era, edited by Bond, J; Fleischer, R (2000), pp. 31-72, CQ Press.
  24. Rohde, D; Ornstein, N; Peabody, R, The U. S. Senate: Toward the 21st Century, in Congress Reconsidered, 6th Edition, edited by Dodd, L; Oppenheimer, B (1997), pp. 1-28, CQ Press.
  25. Rohde, D, Presidential Support in the House of Representatives, in The President, The Congress, and the Making of Foreign Policy, edited by Peterson, P (1994), pp. 101-128, University of Oklahoma Press.
  26. Rohde, D, The Contemporary Congress, 1930-1990, in Encyclopedia of the American Legislative System, edited by Silbey, J, vol. 1 (1994), pp. 157-173, Charles Scribner's Sons.
  27. Rohde, D, Partisanship, Leadership, and Congressional Assertiveness in Foreign and Defense Policy, in The Politics of American Foreign Policy, edited by Deese, D (1993), pp. 76-101, St. Martins Press.
  28. Rohde, D; Ornstein, N; Peabody, R, The U. S. Senate in an Era of Change, in Congress Reconsidered, 5th Edition, edited by Dodd, L; Oppenheimer, B (1993), pp. 13-40, CQ Press.
  29. Rohde, D; Shepsle, K, Committee Assignments, in New Perspectives on the House of Representaties, 4th Edition, edited by Peabody, R; Polsby, N (1992), pp. 79-107, Johns Hopkins University Press.
  30. Rohde, D, Agenda Change and Partisan Resurgence in the House of Representatives, in The Atomistic Congress, edited by Hertzke, A; Peters, R (1992), pp. 231-258, M. E. Sharpe, Inc..
  31. Rohde, D, Electoral Forces, Political Agendas, and Partisanship in the House and Senate, in The Postreform Congress, edited by Davidson, R (1992), pp. 27-47, St. Martins Press.
  32. Rohde, D, Somethin’s Happening Here; What It Is Ain’t Exactly Clear: Southern Democrats in the House of Representatives, in Home Style and Washington Work, edited by Fiorina, M; Rohde, D (1989), pp. 137-163, University of Michigan Press.
  33. Rohde, D; Fiorina, M, Richard Fenno’s Research Agenda and the Study of Congressional Politics, in Home Style and Washington Work, edited by Fiorina, M; Rohde, D (1989), pp. 1-15, University of Michigan Press.
  34. Rohde, D; Ornstein, N; Peabody, R, Change in the Senate: Toward the 1990s, in Congress Reconsidered, 4th Edition, edited by Dodd, L; Oppenheimer, B (1989), pp. 13-37, CQ Press.
  35. Rohde, D, Vetoes, in Blackwell Encyclopedia of Political Institutions, edited by Bogdanor, V (1987), pp. 630-631, Blackwell Reference.
  36. Rohde, D; Ornstein, N; Peabody, R, The Senate Through the 1980s: Cycles of Change, in Congress Reconsidered, 3rd Edition, edited by Dodd, L; Oppenheimer, B (1985), pp. 13-33, CQ Press.
  37. Rohde, D; Ornstein, N; Peabody, R, Political Change and Legislative Norms in the United States Senate, in Studies in Congress, edited by Parker, GR (1985), pp. 147-188, CQ Press.
  38. Rohde, D; Aldrich, J, The Limitations of Equilibrium Analysis in Political Science, in Political Equilibrium, edited by Ordeshook, P; Shepsle, K (1982), pp. 62-95, Martinus Nijhoff.
  39. Rohde, D; Ornstein, N; Peabody, R, The Contemporary Senate: Into the 1980s, in Congress Reconsidered, 2nd Edition, edited by Dodd, L; Oppenheimer, B (1981), pp. 13-30, CQ Press.
  40. Rohde, D; Shepsle, K, Thinking About Legislative Reform, in Legislative Reform: Effects and Prospects, edited by Rieselbach, L (1978), pp. 9-22, Heath, Lexington.
  41. Rohde, D; Ornstein, N, Congressional Reform and Political Parites in the U. S. House of Representatives, in Parties and Elections in an Anti-Party Age, edited by Fishel, J (1978), pp. 280-294, Indiana University Press.
  42. Rohde, D; Ornstein, N, Revolt From Within: Congressional Change, Legislative Policy and the House Commerce Committee, in Legislative Reform and Public Policy, edited by Peters, J; Welch, S (1977), pp. 54-72, Prager.
  43. Rohde, D; Ornstein, N, Resource Usage, Information and Policy Making in the U. S. Senate, in Senators Offices, Ethics, and Pressures (1977), pp. 37-46, US GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE (Reprinted in David Kozak and John Macartny (eds.), Congress and Public Policy (Dorsey Press, 1982), 305-312..).
  44. Rohde, D; Ornstein, N; Peabody, R, The Changing Senate: From the 1950s to the 1970s, in Congress Reconsidered, edited by Dodd, L; Oppenheimer, B (1977), pp. 3-20, Prager.
  45. Rohde, D; Ornstein, N, Shifting Forces, Changing Rules and Political Outcomes: The Impact of Congressional Change on Four House Committees, in New Perspectives on the House of Representaties, 3rd Edition, edited by Peabody, R; Polsby, N (1977), pp. 186-269, Rand McNally.
  46. Rohde, D; Ornstein, N, Seniority and Future Power in Congress, in Congress in Change, edited by Ornstein, N (1975), pp. 72-87, Prager.
  47. Rohde, D; Fiorina, M; Wissel, P, Historical Change in House Turnover, in Congress in Change, edited by Ornstein, N (1975), pp. 24-57, Prager.
  48. Rohde, D, A Theory of the Formation of Opinion Coalitions in the U. S. Supreme Court, in Probablilty Models of Collective Decision Making, edited by Niemi, RG; Weisberg, HF (1972), pp. 165-178, Charles Merrill.

Journal Articles

  1. Aldrich, JH; Ballard, AO; Lerner, JY; Rohde, DW, Does the gift keep on giving? House leadership PAC donations before and after majority status, Journal of Politics, vol. 79 no. 4 (October, 2017), pp. 1449-1453, University of Chicago Press [doi].
  2. King, AS; Orlando, FJ; Rohde, D, Setting the Table: Majority Party Effects in the United States Senate, Congress & the Presidency, vol. 43 no. 1 (January, 2016), pp. 55-81, Informa UK Limited [doi].
  3. Abramson, PR; Aldrich, JH; Press, CO; Rohde, DW, Joseph A. Schlesinger In Memoriam, Ps: Political Science & Politics, vol. 48 no. 4 (October, 2015), pp. 651-652, CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS.
  4. Rohde, DW, Reflections on the practice of theorizing: Conditional party government in the twenty-first century, Journal of Politics, vol. 75 no. 4 (October, 2013), pp. 849-864, University of Chicago Press [doi].
  5. Crespin, MH; Rohde, DW; Vander Wielen, RJ, Measuring variations in party unity voting: An assessment of agenda effects, Party Politics, vol. 19 no. 3 (May, 2013), pp. 432-457, SAGE Publications [doi].
  6. Aldrich, JH; Bishop, BH; Hatch, RS; Sunshine Hillygus, D; Rohde, DW, Blame, Responsibility, and the Tea Party in the 2010 Midterm Elections, Political Behavior, vol. 36 no. 3 (2013), pp. 1-21, Springer Nature (A paper presented at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association.) [doi].
  7. Aldrich, JH; Perry, BN; Rohde, DW, House Appropriations After the Republican Revolution, Congress & the Presidency, vol. 39 no. 3 (September, 2012), pp. 229-253, Informa UK Limited [doi].
  8. Duff, JF; Rohde, DW, Rules to Live By: Agenda Control and the Partisan Use of Special Rules in the House, Congress & the Presidency, vol. 39 no. 1 (January, 2012), pp. 28-50, Informa UK Limited [doi].
  9. Theriault, SM; Rohde, DW, The Gingrich Senators and party polarization in the U.S. Senate, Journal of Politics, vol. 73 no. 4 (October, 2011), pp. 1011-1024, University of Chicago Press [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  10. Crespin, MH; Rohde, DW, Dimensions, issues, and bills: Appropriations voting on the house floor, Journal of Politics, vol. 72 no. 4 (October, 2010), pp. 976-989, University of Chicago Press [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  11. Carson, JL; Finocchiaro, CJ; Rohde, DW, Consensus, conflict, and partisanship in House decision making: A bill-level examination of committee and floor behavior, Congress & the Presidency, vol. 37 no. 3 (September, 2010), pp. 231-253, Informa UK Limited [doi].
  12. Rohde, DW; Theriault, SM, Former Republican Representatives and Party Polarization in the U.S. Senate (July, 2010).
  13. Carson, JL; Crespin, MH; Finocchiaro, CJ; Rohde, DW, Redistricting and party polarization in the U.S. house of representatives, American Politics Research, vol. 35 no. 6 (November, 2007), pp. 878-904, SAGE Publications [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  14. Rohde, DW; Shepsle, KA, Advising and consenting in the 60-vote senate: Strategic appointments to the supreme court, Journal of Politics, vol. 69 no. 3 (August, 2007), pp. 664-677, University of Chicago Press [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  15. Paul Abramson, John Aldrich, Jill Rickershauser, and David Rohde, “Fear in the Voting Booth: The Presidential Election of 2004", Political Behavior, vol. 29 (June, 2007), pp. 197-220.
  16. Aldrich, JH; Abramson, PR; Rohde, DW, On Elections, edited by Leighley, J (2007), Oxford University Press.
  17. Souva, M; Rohde, D, “Elite Opinion Differences and Partisanship in Congressional Foreign Policy, 1975-1996.”, Political Research Quarterly, vol. 60 no. 1 (2007), pp. 113-123, SAGE Publications [doi].
  18. Crespin, MH; Gold, SM; Rohde, DW, Ideology, electoral incentives, and congressional politics: The republican house class of 1994, American Politics Research, vol. 34 no. 2 (March, 2006), pp. 135-158, SAGE Publications [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  19. Souva, M; University, FS; Rohde, D; University, D, “An Electoral and Institutional Explanation of Bipartisanship in Congressional Foreign Policy,, Political Research Quarterly 53 (2006).
  20. Abramson, P; Aldrich, J; Rickershauser, J; Rohde, D, Fear in the Voting Booth: The Presidential Election of 2004, Political Behavior, vol. 29 no. 2 (2006), pp. 127-220, Springer Nature [doi].
  21. Abramson, PR; Aldrich, JH; Rohde, DW, The 2004 presidential election: The emergence of a permanent majority?, Political Science Quarterly, vol. 120 no. 1 (January, 2005), pp. 33-57, WILEY [doi].
  22. Aldrich, JH; Abramson, P; Rohde, D, Will Changing the Rules Change the Game?: Front-loading and the 2004 Presidential Nomination, The Berkeley Electronic Press, vol. 1 no. 3 (May, 2003).
  23. Rohde, D; Abramson, P; Aldrich, J, Will Changing the Rules Change the Game?: Front-loading and the 2004 Democratic Presidential Nomination, The Forum, vol. 1 no. 3, Article 1 (2003) (http://www.bepress.com/forum.vol1/iss3/1.).
  24. Rohde, D; Carson, J; Finocchiaro, C, Partisanship, Consensus, and Committee-Floor Divergence: A Comparison of Member Behavior in the 96th and 104th Congresses, American Politics Research, vol. 30 no. 1 (2002), pp. 3-33, SAGE Publications [doi].
  25. Hurwitz, MS; Moiles, RJ; Rohde, DW, Distributive and partisan issues in agriculture policy in the 104th house, American Political Science Review, vol. 95 no. 4 (January, 2001), pp. 911-922 [doi].
  26. Carson, JL; Jenkins, JA; Rohde, DW; Souva, MA, The impact of national tides and district-level effects on electoral outcomes: The U.S. Congressional elections of 1862-63, American Journal of Political Science, vol. 45 no. 4 (January, 2001), pp. 887-898, JSTOR [doi].
  27. Marshall, BW; Prins, BC; Rohde, DW, Partisanship and the purse: The money committees and procedures in the post-reform congress, Politics & Policy, vol. 29 no. 2 (January, 2001), pp. 291-314, WILEY [doi].
  28. Aldrich, JH; Rohde, DW, The republican revolution and the house appropriations committee, Journal of Politics, vol. 62 no. 1 (January, 2000), pp. 1-33, University of Chicago Press [doi].
  29. Abramson, PR; Aldrich, JH; Paolino, P; Rohde, DW, Challenges to the American two-party system: Evidence from the 1968, 1980, 1992, and 1996 presidential elections, Political Research Quarterly, vol. 53 no. 3 (January, 2000), pp. 495-522, SAGE Publications [doi].
  30. Rohde, D, Preference Conflict and Electoral Uncertainty: The Congress in the Next Decade, Extensions of Remarks A.P.S.A Legistudies Section Newsletter (2000), pp. 5-6.
  31. Marshall, BW; Prins, BC; Rohde, DW, Fighting fire with water: Partisan procedural strategies and the senate appropriations committee, Congress & the Presidency, vol. 26 no. 2 (January, 1999), pp. 113-132, Informa UK Limited [doi].
  32. Aldrich, JH; Rohde, DW, The transition to Republican rule in the house: Implications for theories of congressional politics, Political Science Quarterly, vol. 112 no. 4 (January, 1997), pp. 541-567, WILEY [doi].
  33. Rohde, D, The Inevitability and Solidity of the ’Republican Solid South’, The American Review of Politics 17 (1996), pp. 23-46.
  34. Rohde, D; Aldrich, J, Conditional Party Government Revisited: The House GOP and the Committee System in the 104th Congress, Extensions of Remarks A.P.S.A Legistudies Section Newsletter 19 (1995), pp. 5-7.
  35. Rohde, D; Abramson, P; Aldrich, J; Paolino, P, Third-Party and Independent Candidates in American Politics, Political Science Quarterly 110 (1995), pp. 349-367 (Reprinted in Robert Y. Shapiro (ed.), Understanding Presidential Elections: Trends and New Developments (Academy of Political Science, 1996), 31-50.).
  36. Abramson, PR; Aldrich, JH; Paolino, P; Rohde, DW, Third-Party and Independent Candidates in American Politics: Wallace, Anderson, and Perot, Political Science Quarterly, vol. 110 no. 3 (1995), pp. 349-349, WILEY [doi].
  37. Rohde, D, Parties and Committees in the House: Member Motivations, Issues, and Institutional Arrangements, Legislative Studies Quarterly 19 (1994), pp. 341-359 (Reprinted in Kenneth Shepsle and Barry Weingast (eds.), Positive Theories of Congressional Institutions (University of Michigan Press, 1995), 119-137.).
  38. Rohde, D, The Fall Elections: Realignment and Dealignment, Chronicle of Higher Education (1994), pp. B1-B2.
  39. Rohde, D, Clinton and Congress Under Semi-Unified Government, Extensions of Remarks A.P.S.A Legistudies Section Newsletter 17 (1993), pp. 8-9.
  40. Abramson, PR; Aldrich, JH; Paolino, P; Rohde, DW, “Sophisticated” Voting in the 1988 Presidential Primaries, American Political Science Review, vol. 86 no. 1 (January, 1992), pp. 55-69, Cambridge University Press (CUP) [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  41. Rohde, D; Spaeth, H, Ideology, Strategy and Supreme Court Decisions: William Rehnquist as Chief Justice, Judicature (1989), pp. 247-250.
  42. Rohde, DW, Studying congressional norms: Concepts and evidence, Congress & the Presidency, vol. 15 no. 2 (January, 1988), pp. 139-145, Informa UK Limited [doi].
  43. Abramson, PR; Rohde, DW; Aldrich, JH, Progressive Ambition among United States Senators: 1972-1988, Journal of Politics, vol. 49 no. 1 (February, 1987), pp. 3-35, University of Chicago Press [doi].
  44. Rohde, DW; Shepsle, KA, Leaders and followers in the house of representatives: Reflections on woodrow wilson’s congressional government, Congress & the Presidency, vol. 14 no. 2 (January, 1987), pp. 111-133, Informa UK Limited [doi].
  45. Rohde, D, The Changing Shape of Partisanship Among Democrats in Congress, A.P.S.A. Legislative Studies Section Newsletter 10 (1987), pp. 93-96.
  46. D. Rohde, Paul Abramson, and John Aldrich, Progressive Ambition Among United States Senators, Journal of Politics 49 (August, 1985), pp. 3-35.
  47. Rohde, D; Simon, D, Presidential Vetoes and Congressional Response: A Study of Institutional Conflict, American Journal of Political Science 29 (1985), pp. 397-427.
  48. Niemi, RG; Rabinowitz, G; Rohde, DW; Aldrich, JH, The Measurement of Public Opinion about Public Policy: A Report on Some New Issue Question Formats, American Journal of Political Science (May, 1982), pp. 391-414.
  49. Rohde, D, Risk-Bearing and Progressive Ambition: The Case of Members of the United States House of Representatives, American Journal of Political Science 23 (1979), pp. 1-26 (Reprinted in Herbert F. Weisberg, Eric S. Heberlig, and Lisa M. Campoli (eds.), Classics in Congressional Politics (Addsion, Wesley, Longman, 1999). 152-167.).
  50. Rohde, D, Some Clarifications Regarding a Theory of Supreme Court Coalition Formation, American Journal of Political Science 21 (1977), pp. 409-413.
  51. Rohde, D; Shepsle, K, Membership Turnover and Congressional Reform: The More Things Change, The More They May or May Not Stay The Same, Policy Studies Journal 5, vol. 5 no. 4 (1977), pp. 469-476, WILEY [doi].
  52. Rohde, D; Ornstein, N; Peabody, R, The United States Senate as a Presidential Incubator: Many Are Called, But Few Are Chosen, Political Science Quarterly 91 (1976), pp. 237-258.
  53. Rohde, D, Public Financing of Federal Election Campaigns, Columbia Human Rights Law Review, vol. 6 (1974), pp. 43-58.
  54. Rohde, D, Committee reformin the House of Representatives and the 'Subcommittee Bill of Rights', The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, vol. 411 no. 1 (1974), pp. 39-47, SAGE Publications [doi].
  55. Rohde, D; Shepsle, K, Democratic Committee Assignments in the House of Representatives: Strategic Aspects of a Social Choice Process, American Political Science Review, vol. 67 no. 3 (1973), pp. 889-905, Cambridge University Press (CUP) (Reprinted in Robert Peabody and Nelson Polsby (eds.), New Perspectives in the House of Representatives, 3d. Ed. (Rand McNally, 1977), 295-323. Reprinted in Mathew McCubbins and Terry Sullivan (eds.), Congress: Structure and Policy (Cambridge University Press, 1987), 179-26..) [doi].
  56. Rohde, D, Policy Goals, Strategic Choice and Majority Opinion Assignments in the U. S. Supreme Court, Midwest Journal of Political Science, vol. 16 (1972), pp. 652-682.
  57. Rohde, D, Policy Goals and Opinion Coalitions in the Supreme Court, Midwest Journal of Political Science, vol. 16 (1972), pp. 208-224.
  58. Rohde, D, Comments on 'A Cost Theory of Judicial Alignments', Midwest Journal of Political Science, vol. 14 (1970), pp. 331-336.

Other

  1. King, A; Orlando, F; Rohde, DW, Between Introduction and Passage: Amending Activity in the United States Congress (2012) (A paper prepared for delivery at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association.).
  2. Aldrich, J; King, AS; Orlando, FJ; Rohde, DW, Lending a Hand: A Closer Look at Inter-Branch Relations (2011) (A paper presented at the2011 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association.).
  3. Abramson, PR; Aldrich, JH; Rohde, DW, Studying American Elections (May, 2010), Oxford University Press [doi].
  4. John H. Aldrich, Brittany Perry and D.W. Rohde, “House Appropriations After the Republican Revolution.” (2009) (A paper presented at the 2009 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association.).
  5. Stiglitz, EH; Rohde, DW; Weingast, BR, Dynamic Congressional Organization: A Theory of Institutional Stability and Reform.” (2009) (A paper presented at the 2009 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association.).
  6. Brady, MC; Rohde, DW, “Moving Beyond Mavericks: Competing Individual Member Vote Misclassifications in the 75th to the 110th Congresses (2009) (A paper presented at the 2009 Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association.).
  7. Finocchiaro, CJ; Rohde, DW, War for the floor: Partisan theory and agenda control in the U.S. house of representatives, Legislative Studies Quarterly, vol. 33 no. 1 (January, 2008), pp. 35-61, COMPARATIVE LEGISLATIVE RES CENTER [doi].
  8. Rohde, DW; Stiglitz, EH; Weingast, BR, “Parties, Committees, and Pivots: A Reassessment of the Literature on Congressional Organization” (2008) (A paper delivered at the 2008 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association.).
  9. Rohde, DW, The Thrill of Defeat, New Republic (2008).
  10. Rohde, DW; Monroe, NW; Roberts, JM, Why Not Parties?: Party Effects in the United States Senate (2008), University of Chicago Press.
  11. Brady, MC; Rohde, DW, When Good Predictions Go Bad: Vote Context, Win Margins, and Misclassified Votes in the 75th to 108th Congresses (September, 2007) (A paper delivered at the 2007 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association.).
  12. Jeremy Duff and D.W. Rohde, “Rules to Live By: Agenda Control and the Use of Special Rules in the House.” (2006) (A paper delivered at the 2006 Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association.).
  13. Michael Crespin and D.W. Rohde, “Dimensions, Issues, and Bills: Appropriations Voting on the House Floor. (2006) (A paper delivered at the 2006 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association.).
  14. Rohde, D, It Takes Two: Examining Congress with a Two-Dimensional Political Space (2005) (A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. (With John H. Aldrich and Michael Tofias).).
  15. Aldrich, JH; Rohde, DW, Balance of power: Republican party leadership and the committee system in the 104th House., Legislative Studies Quarterly, vol. 22 no. 4 (November, 1997), pp. 590-590, WILEY.
  16. Rohde, D; Bueno de Mesquita, B, The Making of U. S. Foreign Policy: An Annotated Bibliography (1972), The Kellogg Center for Continuing Education, Michigan State University.

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