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Christopher Wlezien
Christopher Wlezien
Hogg Professor of Government, University of Texas at Austin
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The public as thermostat: Dynamics of preferences for spending
C Wlezien
American journal of political science, 981-1000, 1995
13181995
Degrees of democracy: Politics, public opinion, and policy
SN Soroka, C Wlezien
Cambridge University Press, 2010
12022010
On the salience of political issues: The problem with ‘most important problem’
C Wlezien
Electoral studies 24 (4), 555-579, 2005
6342005
Patterns of representation: Dynamics of public preferences and policy
C Wlezien
The Journal of Politics 66 (1), 1-24, 2004
5082004
Opinion–policy dynamics: public preferences and public expenditure in the United Kingdom
SN Soroka, C Wlezien
British Journal of Political Science 35 (4), 665-689, 2005
3952005
Economic perceptions and vote choice: Disentangling the endogeneity
C Wlezien, M Franklin, D Twiggs
Political Behavior 19 (1), 7-17, 1997
3931997
A general empirical law of public budgets: A comparative analysis
BD Jones, FR Baumgartner, C Breunig, C Wlezien, S Soroka, M Foucault, ...
American Journal of Political Science 53 (4), 855-873, 2009
3522009
Dynamics of representation: The case of US spending on defence
C Wlezien
British Journal of Political Science 26 (1), 81-103, 1996
3131996
The responsive public: issue salience, policy change, and preferences for European unification
MN Franklin, C Wlezien
Journal of Theoretical Politics 9 (3), 347-363, 1997
2751997
On the limits to inequality in representation
SN Soroka, C Wlezien
PS: Political Science & Politics 41 (2), 319-327, 2008
2692008
Political institutions and the opinion–policy link
C Wlezien, SN Soroka
West European Politics 35 (6), 1407-1432, 2012
2552012
Opinion representation and policy feedback: Canada in comparative perspective
SN Soroka, C Wlezien
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2004
2382004
The timeline of presidential elections: How campaigns do (and do not) matter
RS Erikson, C Wlezien
University of Chicago Press, 2012
2312012
The timeline of presidential election campaigns
C Wlezien, RS Erikson
The Journal of Politics 64 (4), 969-993, 2002
2312002
Are political markets really superior to polls as election predictors?
RS Erikson, C Wlezien
Public Opinion Quarterly 72 (2), 190-215, 2008
2232008
Performance pressure: Patterns of partisanship and the economic vote
MA Kayser, C Wlezien
European Journal of Political Research 50 (3), 365-394, 2011
2162011
It's (change in) the (future) economy, stupid: economic indicators, the media, and public opinion
SN Soroka, DA Stecula, C Wlezien
American Journal of Political Science 59 (2), 457-474, 2015
2122015
Attitudes toward Europe and referendum votes: A response to Siune and Svensson
M Franklin, M Marsh, C Wlezien
Electoral Studies 13 (2), 117-121, 1994
2071994
The impact of legal constraints on voter registration, turnout, and the composition of the American electorate
GE Mitchell, C Wlezien
Political behavior 17 (2), 179-202, 1995
1971995
The relationship between public opinion and policy
C Wlezien, SN Soroka
1782007
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