Kristina Miler
Kristina Miler
University of Maryland, Department of Government and Politics
Verified email at umd.edu
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Constituency representation in congress: The view from Capitol Hill
KC Miler
Cambridge University Press, 2010
1052010
What happens after the alarm? Interest group subsidies to legislative overseers
RL Hall, KC Miler
The Journal of Politics 70 (4), 990-1005, 2008
952008
The limitations of heuristics for political elites
KC Miler
Political psychology 30 (6), 863-894, 2009
612009
Tea party in the house: A hierarchical ideal point topic model and its application to republican legislators in the 112th congress
VA Nguyen, J Boyd-Graber, P Resnik, K Miler
Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational …, 2015
572015
The view from the hill: Legislative perceptions of the district
KC Miler
Legislative Studies Quarterly 32 (4), 597-628, 2007
562007
The constituency motivations of caucus membership
KC Miler
American Politics Research 39 (5), 885-920, 2011
292011
Poor representation: Congress and the politics of poverty in the United States
KC Miler
Cambridge University Press, 2018
132018
Legislative Responsiveness to Constituency Change
K Miler
American Politics Research 44 (5), 816-843, 2016
122016
How Committees Shape Legislative Behavior: An Examination of Interests and Institutions
K Miler
American Politics Research, 2017
62017
Protecting Your Constituents: Congressional Participation at the International Trade Commission
T Allee, K Miler
APSA 2010 Annual Meeting Paper, 2010
42010
6 What Do Congressional Staff Actually Know?
KC Miler
Congress Overwhelmed, 94-111, 2020
2020
When Free Traders Become Protectionists: Constituent Advocacy at the International Trade Commission
K Miler, T Allee
Legislative Studies Quarterly 43 (3), 377-407, 2018
2018
Committee membership makes Representatives better lawmakers, benefitting Congress as a whole
K Miler
USApp-American Politics and Policy Blog, 2017
2017
When House members become Senators their politics adapt tobe more acceptable to their new more diverse constituency
K Miler
USApp–American Politics and Policy Blog, 2016
2016
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