Andrew J. Reeves, Ph.D.

2008 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
General, European History
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Gary King grad student 2008 Harvard
 (To power through reform: The development of party through electoral reform in the Victorian House of Commons.)
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Gimpel JG, Lovin N, Moy B, et al. (2020) The Urban–Rural Gulf in American Political Behavior Political Behavior. 1-26
Park T, Reeves A. (2020) Local Unemployment and Voting for President: Uncovering Causal Mechanisms Political Behavior. 42: 1-21
Stein RM, Mann C, Stewart C, et al. (2019) Waiting to Vote in the 2016 Presidential Election: Evidence from a Multi-county Study Political Research Quarterly. 73: 439-453
Dynes AM, Reeves A. (2018) Who Benefits from the Party Organization?: Evidence from Republican House Members' Attendance at Caucus Meetings Legislative Studies Quarterly. 43: 207-243
Miller DR, Reeves A. (2017) Attitudes Toward Delegation to Presidential Commissions Presidential Studies Quarterly. 47: 495-516
Christenson DP, Kriner DL, Reeves A. (2017) All the President's Senators: Presidential Copartisans and the Allocation of Federal Grants Legislative Studies Quarterly. 42: 269-294
Reeves A, Rogowski JC. (2016) Unilateral Powers, Public Opinion, and the Presidency The Journal of Politics. 78: 137-151
Reeves A, Rogowski JC. (2015) Public Opinion Toward Presidential Power Presidential Studies Quarterly. 45: 742-759
Kriner DL, Reeves A. (2015) Presidential Particularism in Disaster Declarations and Military Base Closures Presidential Studies Quarterly. 45: 679-702
Kriner DL, Reeves A. (2015) Presidential Particularism and Divide-the-Dollar Politics—CORRIGENDUM American Political Science Review. 109: 637-637
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