Michele L. Swers
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The difference women make
ML Swers
The Difference Women Make, 2020
10992020
Are women more likely to vote for women's issue bills than their male colleagues?
ML Swers
Legislative Studies Quarterly, 435-448, 1998
5421998
Connecting descriptive and substantive representation: An analysis of sex differences in cosponsorship activity
ML Swers
Legislative Studies Quarterly 30 (3), 407-433, 2005
2322005
Women in the Club
ML Swers
Women in the Club, 2013
1932013
Women and politics: Paths to power and political influence
J Dolan, MM Deckman, ML Swers
Rowman & Littlefield, 2021
1752021
Understanding the policy impact of electing women: Evidence from research on congress and state legislatures
M Swers
PS: Political Science and Politics 34 (2), 217-220, 2001
1752001
Building a reputation on national security: The impact of stereotypes related to gender and military experience
M Swers
Legislative Studies Quarterly 32 (4), 559-595, 2007
902007
Research on Women in Legislatures: What Have We Learned Where Are We Going?
M Swers
Women & Politics 23 (1-2), 167-185, 2001
832001
Which women can run? Gender, partisanship, and candidate donor networks
DM Thomsen, ML Swers
Political Research Quarterly 70 (2), 449-463, 2017
812017
Women in Congress: Do They Act as Advocates for Women’s Issues?
ML Swers, C Larson
Women and elective office: Past, present, and future 2, 2005
802005
An endogenous approach to women's interests: When interests are interesting in and of themselves
B Reingold, M Swers
Politics & Gender 7 (3), 429-435, 2011
692011
Why aren't there more republican women in Congress? Gender, Partisanship, and Fundraising Support in the 2010 and 2012 Elections
KE Kitchens, ML Swers
Politics & Gender 12 (4), 648-676, 2016
612016
Transforming the agenda: Analyzing gender differences in women’s issue bill sponsorship
ML Swers
Women transforming congress, 260-83, 2002
522002
Pursuing women’s interests in partisan times: Explaining gender differences in legislative activity on health, education, and women’s health issues
ML Swers
Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 37 (3), 249-273, 2016
352016
Descriptive Representation: Understanding the Impact of Identity on Substantive Representation of Group Interests
ML Swers, SM Rouse
The oxford handbook of the American congress, 2011
242011
Political Science in a Different Voice: Women Faculty Perspectives on the Status of Women in Political Science Departments in the South: Committee on the Status of Women …
L Van Assendelft, J Dolan, B Palmer, M Swers
PS: Political Science & Politics 36 (2), 311-315, 2003
132003
Unpacking women’s issues: Gender and policymaking on health care, education, and women’s health in the US Senate
ML Swers
Representation: The case of women, 158-82, 2014
122014
Transforming the political agenda? Gender differences in bill sponsorship on women’s issues
M Swers, A Caiazza
IWPR Publication# I906, 2000
122000
Policy Leadership Beyond'Women's Issues.'
ML Swers
Legislative women: Getting elected, getting ahead, 117-134, 2008
102008
From the year of the woman to the republican ascendancy: Evaluating the policy impact of women in congress
MLP Swers
Harvard University, 2000
102000
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