Nathan J. Kelly - Department of Political Science

 

Papers

 
Causes and Consequence of Economic Inequality

"Social Patterns of Inequality, Partisan Competition, and Latin American Support for Redistribution." The Journal of Politics (with Jana Morgan) [preprint]

"Class Bias in Voter Turnout, Representation, and Income Inequality." Perspectives on Politics (with William Franko and Chris Witko) [preprint]

“Partisan Politics, Financial Deregulation, and the New Gilded Age.” Political Research Quarterly (with Eric Keller) [preprint]

"Government Ideology and Unemployment in the U.S. States." State Politics and Policy Quarterly (with Christopher Witko) [article (requires access to the journal)]
    • Featured in Salon (story)
"Conditional Status Quo Bias and Top Income Shares: How U.S. Political Institutions Have Benefited the Rich." The Journal of Politics (with Peter Enns, Jana Morgan, Thomas Volscho, and Christopher Witko) [preprint]
"Market Inequality and Redistribution in Latin America and the Caribbean." The Journal of Politics (with Jana Morgan) [reprint]

PREGAME SHOWCASE PRESENTATION: "The Politics of Income Inequality in the United States." [slides] [prepared remarks]
 
"The Rise of the Super-Rich: Power Resources, Taxes, Financial Markets, and the Dynamics of the Top 1 Percent, 1949-2008." American Sociological Review (with Thomas Volscho) [reprint]
  • Featured in Salon (story)
"Federalism and American Inequality." The Journal of Politics (with Christopher Witko) [reprint]
 
"Inequality and the Dynamics of Public Opinion: The Self-Reinforcing Link Between Economic Inequality and Mass Preferences." American Journal of Political Science (with Peter Enns) [reprint]
"Explaining Public Attitudes Toward Fighting Inequality in Latin America." Poverty and Public Policy (with Jana Morgan) [reprint]
 
"Political Choice, Public Policy, and Distributional Outcomes." American Journal of Political Science [reprint]

"Does Politics Really Matter? Policy and Government's Equalizing Influence in the United States." American Politics Research [reprint]

Political Methodology and Measurement
 
"Don't Jettison the General Error Correction Model Just Yet." Research and Politics (with Peter Enns, Taka Masaki, and Patrick Wohlfarth) [article]

"Legislative Productivity in the U.S. Congress, 1789-2004." Political Analysis (with Tobin Grant) [preprint] [article (requires access to the journal)]
 
"Dynamic Models for Dynamic Theories: The Ins and Outs of Lagged Dependent Variables." Political Analysis (With Luke Keele) [preprint] [article (requires access to the journal)]
 
"Issue Attitudes and Survey Continuity across Interview Mode in the 2000 NES." Political Analysis (with Brian Fogarty and Whitt Kilburn) [article (requires access to the journal)]

Politics and Economic Outcomes in the States
 
"Government Ideology and Unemployment in the U.S. States." State Politics and Policy Quarterly
(with Christopher Witko) [article (requires access to the journal)]

"Federalism and American Inequality." (with Christopher Witko). The Journal of Politics [reprint]
 
Religion and Latino Politics

"Religious Traditionalism and Latino Politics in the United States." American Politics Research (with Jana Morgan) [preprint] [article (requires access to the journal)]
 
"Religion and Latino Partisanship in the United States." Political Research Quarterly (with Jana Morgan Kelly) [preprint] [article (requires access to the journal)]
Policy Production
 
"Legislative Productivity in the U.S. Congress, 1789-2004."(with Tobin Grant). Political Analysis [preprint] [article (requires access to the journal)]

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