Zachary Greene
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Should we measure professionalism with an index? A note on theory and practice in state legislative professionalism research
DC Bowen, Z Greene
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 14, 277-296, 2014
1002014
The consequences of appearing divided: An analysis of party evaluations and vote choice
Z Greene, M Haber
Electoral Studies 37, 15-27, 2015
812015
Leadership Competition and Disagreement at Party National Congresses
Z Greene, M Haber
British Journal of Political Science 46 (3), 611-632, 2016
702016
Competing on the issues How experience in government and economic conditions influence the scope of parties’ policy messages
Z Greene
Party Politics 22 (6), 809-822, 2016
702016
Diverse parties, diverse agendas? Female politicians and the parliamentary party's role in platform formation
Z Greene, DZ O'BRIEN
European Journal of Political Research 55 (3), 435-453, 2016
512016
Manifestos, Salience and Junior Ministerial Appointments
Z Greene, C Jensen
Party Politics 22 (3), 382-392, 2016
232016
Domestic politics and changes in foreign aid allocation: The role of party preferences
ZD Greene, AA Licht
Political Research Quarterly 71 (2), 284-301, 2018
182018
Looking for the party? The effects of partisan change on issue attention in UK Acts of Parliament
S Bevan, Z Greene
European Political Science Review 8 (1), 49-72, 2016
182016
The nuts and bolts of automated text analysis. Comparing different document pre-processing techniques in four countries
Z Greene, A Ceron, G Schumacher, Z Fazekas
OSF Preprints, 2016
162016
Working through the issues: how issue diversity and ideological disagreement influence coalition duration
Z Greene
European Political Science Review 9 (4), 561-585, 2017
142017
Cross-national partisan effects on agenda stability
S Bevan, Z Greene
Journal of European Public Policy 25 (4), 586-605, 2018
132018
Maintaining Partisan ties: Preference divergence and partisan collaboration in Western Europe
Z Greene, M Haber
Party Politics 23 (1), 30-42, 2017
132017
Symbols of priority? How the media selectively report on parties’ election campaigns
Z Greene, M Lühiste
European Journal of Political Research 57 (3), 717-739, 2018
112018
Reading between the lines: party cues and SNP support for Scottish independence and Brexit
Z Greene, JJ Spoon, CJ Williams
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 28 (3), 307-329, 2018
112018
Being heard above the noise: the role of incumbent issue diversity in election campaigns
Z Greene
Political Behavior 42 (2), 487-507, 2020
9*2020
Legislative professionalism component scores, v1. 1
D Bowen, Z Greene
Harvard Dataverse. Available online from http://dx. doi. org/10.7910/DVN …, 2014
72014
Verba volant, scripta manent? Intra-party politics, party conferences, and issue salience in France
A Ceron, Z Greene
Party Politics 25 (5), 701-711, 2019
62019
Ruling divided: Disagreement, issue salience, and portfolio allocation
Z Greene, CB Jensen
Party Politics 24 (6), 640-651, 2018
62018
How many parties? A more sensitive approach to measuring the effective number of parties
Z Greene, S Bevan
Annual Elections, Public Opinion and Parties Conference, Lancaster, UK, 2013
62013
The cost of coalition compromise: The electoral effects of holding salient portfolios
Z Greene, N Henceroth, CB Jensen
Party Politics, 1354068820904429, 2020
5*2020
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