Adam M. Dynes
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Ideology, learning, and policy diffusion: Experimental evidence
DM Butler, C Volden, AM Dynes, B Shor
American Journal of Political Science 61 (1), 37-49, 2017
How politicians discount the opinions of constituents with whom they disagree
DM Butler, AM Dynes
American Journal of Political Science 60 (4), 975-989, 2016
Partisanship and the allocation of federal spending: do same-party legislators or voters benefit from shared party affiliation with the president and house majority?
AM Dynes, GA Huber
American Political Science Review 109 (1), 172-186, 2015
The personality of the politically ambitious
AM Dynes, HJG Hassell, MR Miles
Political Behavior 41, 309-336, 2019
Noisy Retrospection: The Effect of Party Control on Policy Outcomes
AM Dynes, JB Holbein
American Political Science Review, 1–21, 2019
Personality and gendered selection processes in the political pipeline
AM Dynes, HJG Hassell, MR Miles, JR Preece
Politics & Gender 17 (1), 53-73, 2021
City‐state ideological incongruence and municipal preemption
M Barber, AM Dynes
American Journal of Political Science 67 (1), 119-136, 2023
Revenue source and electoral accountability: experimental evidence from local US policymakers
AM Dynes, L Martin
Political Behavior 43, 1113-1136, 2021
Off-cycle and off center: Election timing and representation in municipal government
AM Dynes, MT Hartney, SD Hayes
American Political Science Review 115 (3), 1097-1103, 2021
Political Ambition and Constituent Service: Does Ambition Influence How Local Officials Respond to Electoral and Non-Electoral Service Requests?
AM Dynes, HJG Hassell, MR Miles
American Politics Research 49 (6), 646-654, 2021
Personality traits and approaches to political representation and responsiveness: An experiment in local government
AM Dynes, HJG Hassell, MR Miles
Political Behavior 45 (4), 1791-1811, 2023
Which citizens do elected officials target with distributive spending? A survey experiment on US municipal officials
AM Dynes
American Politics Research 48 (5), 579-595, 2020
Who Benefits from the Party Organization? Evidence from Republican House Members' Attendance at Caucus Meetings
AM Dynes, A Reeves
Legislative Studies Quarterly 43 (2), 207-243, 2018
Personality Traits, Candidate Emergence, and Political Ambition: How Personality Affects Who Represents Us
AM Dynes, H Hassell, M Miles
Philadelphia, in: Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, 2016
Do Republican and Democratic legislators have polarized views of their district’s demographics?
DM Butler, AM Dynes
Research & Politics 7 (3), 2053168020953307, 2020
The party decides the rules: How different vote counting rules change the outcome of the 6 Republican Primary
AM Dynes, TJ Wood
Three essays on legislative tactics, electoral accountability, and experimental methods
AM Dynes
Yale University, 2015
Procedural obfuscation and electoral accountability in local politics
A Dynes
Term Limited Legislators Invest Less in Learning their District
DM Butler, AM Dynes, D Ton
How Local Officials Respond to Expressions of Public
AM Dynes, CF Karpowitz, JQ Monson
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