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    International trade : costs, coercion, and conflict [1]
    Irresistible force : the impact of state task forces on legislative outputs [1]
    It's not easy being green: veto players, climate policy adoption, and outcomes in OECD states [1]
    Judicial impact on bureaucratic decision-making : the case of public procurement and contracting [1]
    Justice for all? : explaining the International Criminal Court's situation selection [1]
    Keeping up with the Joneses: Relative economic voting, electoral participation, and reference points [1]
    Less risky investment? : The impact of federalism on the inflow of foreign direct investment [1]
    The logic of decisions in militarized disputes : the effect of regime, power, arms contorol [sic], and airpower on decision-making in militarized disputes [1]
    Mining the state : the subnational consequences of natural resource extraction on citizen engagement [1]
    The myth of monetary surrogacy : the geographical logic of campaign contributions in state legislative campaigns [1]
    The National Endowment for Democracy: a quantitative analysis on the effectiveness of grants promoting democracy [1]
    Nationalization and party system dynamics : how the nationalization of party support and party systems determines the number of parties [1]
    The nature and effects of political party culture on political careers [1]
    A new measure of economic voting : priority heuristic theory and combining sociotropic and egocentric evaluations [1]
    The nexus between soft power and US foreign aid [1]
    Non-emergency exits : voluntary retirements from legislatures [1]
    Notes on scandal : lobbying reforms and public opinion in Canada [1]
    Origins and changes of East Asian party systems and voter alignments : social conditions, issue effects, and party coalitions [1]
    Partisan use of house special rules in foreign and defense legislation [1]
    Party power in the U.S. house : discharge petitions, agenda control, and conditional party government [1]