James Adams
James Adams
Professor of Political Science, UC Davis
Verified email at ucdavis.edu
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A unified theory of party competition: A cross-national analysis integrating spatial and behavioral factors
JF Adams, S Merrill III, B Grofman
Cambridge University Press, 2005
8762005
Are niche parties fundamentally different from mainstream parties? The causes and the electoral consequences of Western European parties' policy shifts, 1976–1998
J Adams, M Clark, L Ezrow, G Glasgow
American Journal of Political Science 50 (3), 513-529, 2006
7782006
Understanding change and stability in party ideologies: Do parties respond to public opinion or to past election results?
J Adams, M Clark, L Ezrow, G Glasgow
British journal of political science, 589-610, 2004
5292004
Policy adjustment by parties in response to rival parties' policy shifts: Spatial theory and the dynamics of party competition in twenty-five post-war democracies
J Adams, Z Somer-Topcu
British Journal of Political Science, 825-846, 2009
3262009
Party competition and responsible party government: A theory of spatial competition based upon insights from behavioral voting research
J Adams
University of Michigan Press, 2001
3192001
Is anybody listening? Evidence that voters do not respond to European parties’ policy statements during elections
J Adams, L Ezrow, Z Somer‐Topcu
American Journal of Political Science 55 (2), 370-382, 2011
3022011
What moves parties? The role of public opinion and global economic conditions in Western Europe
J Adams, AB Haupt, H Stoll
Comparative Political Studies 42 (5), 611-639, 2009
2892009
Causes and electoral consequences of party policy shifts in multiparty elections: Theoretical results and empirical evidence
J Adams
Annual Review of Political Science 15, 401-419, 2012
2412012
Candidate and party strategies in two‐stage elections beginning with a primary
J Adams, S Merrill III
American Journal of Political Science 52 (2), 344-359, 2008
2162008
The political consequences of alienation-based and indifference-based voter abstention: Applications to presidential elections
J Adams, J Dow, S Merrill
Political Behavior 28 (1), 65-86, 2006
1872006
Modeling party strategies and policy representation in multiparty elections: Why are strategies so extreme?
J Adams, S Merril III
American Journal of Political Science, 765-791, 1999
1761999
A theory of spatial competition with biased voters: Party policies viewed temporally and comparatively
J Adams
British Journal of Political Science, 121-158, 2001
1682001
Voter turnout and candidate strategies in American elections
J Adams, S Merrill III
The Journal of Politics 65 (1), 161-189, 2003
1652003
Who do European parties represent? How Western European parties represent the policy preferences of opinion leaders
J Adams, L Ezrow
The Journal of Politics 71 (1), 206-223, 2009
1642009
Assimilation and contrast effects in voter projections of party locations: Evidence from Norway, France, and the USA
S Merrill, B Grofman, J Adams
European Journal of Political Research 40 (2), 199-223, 2001
1412001
Policy-seeking parties in a parliamentary democracy with proportional representation: A valence-uncertainty model
J Adams, S Merrill III
British Journal of Political Science, 539-558, 2009
1352009
Moderate now, win votes later: The electoral consequences of parties’ policy shifts in 25 postwar democracies
J Adams, Z Somer-Topcu
The Journal of Politics 71 (2), 678-692, 2009
1312009
Policy divergence in multicandidate probabilistic spatial voting
J Adams
Public Choice 100 (1), 103-122, 1999
1281999
Do voters respond to party manifestos or to a wider information environment? An analysis of mass‐elite linkages on European integration
J Adams, L Ezrow, Z Somer‐Topcu
American Journal of Political Science 58 (4), 967-978, 2014
1122014
Has the British public depolarized along with political elites? An American perspective on British public opinion
J Adams, J Green, C Milazzo
Comparative Political Studies 45 (4), 507-530, 2012
1062012
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