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Rebecca Morton
Rebecca Morton
Professor of Politics, New York University
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Experimental political science and the study of causality: From nature to the lab
RB Morton, KC Williams
Cambridge Univ Pr, 2010
7522010
Methods and models: A guide to the empirical analysis of formal models in political science
RB Morton
Cambridge Univ Pr, 1999
4521999
Primary election systems and representation
ER Gerber, RB Morton
Journal of Law Economics and Organization 14 (2), 304-324, 1998
3831998
Groups in rational turnout models
RB Morton
American Journal of Political Science, 758-776, 1991
3301991
The swing voter's curse in the laboratory
M Battaglini, RB Morton, TR Palfrey
Review of Economic Studies 77 (1), 61-89, 2010
2372010
ELECTIONS AND THE THEORY OF CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS: A SURVEY AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS*
R Morton, C Cameron
Economics & Politics 4 (1), 79-108, 1992
2331992
Redistribution, income, and voting
JE Filer, LW Kenny, RB Morton
American Journal of Political Science, 63-87, 1993
2191993
Minority representation in multimember districts
ER Gerber, RB Morton, TA Rietz
American Political Science Review 92 (1), 127-144, 1998
1821998
Experimentation in political science
RB Morton, KC Williams
The Oxford handbook of political methodology, 339-356, 2008
1722008
Experiments in Majoritarian Bargaining
D Diermeieri, R Morton
Social Choice and Strategic Decisions: Essays in Honor of Jeffrey S. Banks, 201, 2005
150*2005
Learning by voting: Sequential choices in presidential primaries and other elections
RB Morton, KC Williams
Univ of Michigan Pr, 2001
1392001
Information asymmetries and simultaneous versus sequential voting
RB Morton, KC Williams
American Political Science Review, 51-67, 1999
1261999
Voting laws, educational policies, and minority turnout
JE Filer, LW Kenny, RB Morton
Journal of Law and Economics 34 (2), 371-393, 1991
1091991
Exit polls, turnout, and bandwagon voting: Evidence from a natural experiment
RB Morton, D Muller, L Page, B Torgler
European Economic Review 77, 65-81, 2015
1072015
Efficiency, equity, and timing of voting mechanisms
M Battaglini, R Morton, T Palfrey
American Political Science Review 101 (3), 409, 2007
1062007
Incomplete information and ideological explanations of platform divergence
RB Morton
American Political Science Review 87 (2), 382-392, 1993
991993
A group majority voting model of public good provision
RB Morton
Social Choice and Welfare 4 (2), 117-131, 1987
961987
Information aggregation and strategic abstention in large laboratory elections
M Battaglini, RB Morton, TR Palfrey
The American Economic Review 98 (2), 194-200, 2008
882008
The effects of electoral rules on congressional primaries
K Kanthak, R Morton
Congressional primaries and the politics of representation, 116-31, 2001
782001
Experiments in Public Management Research
J Blom-Hansen, R Morton, S Serritzlew
International Public Management Journal 18 (2), 151-170, 2015
762015
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