Daniel Butler
Daniel Butler
Professor of Political Science, Washington University in St. Louis
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Do politicians racially discriminate against constituents? A field experiment on state legislators
DM Butler, DE Broockman
American Journal of Political Science, 2011
A lot more to do: The sensitivity of time-series cross-section analyses to simple alternative specifications
SE Wilson, DM Butler
Political Analysis 15 (2), 101-123, 2007
Can learning constituency opinion affect how legislators vote? Results from a field experiment
DM Butler, DW Nickerson
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 6 (1), 55-83, 2011
The causal effects of elite position‐taking on voter attitudes: Field experiments with elite communication
DE Broockman, DM Butler
American Journal of Political Science 61 (1), 208-221, 2017
Representing the advantaged: How politicians reinforce inequality
DM Butler
Cambridge University Press, 2014
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
Understanding the party brand: experimental evidence on the role of valence
DM Butler, EN Powell
The Journal of Politics 76 (2), 492-505, 2014
A field experiment on legislators’ home styles: service versus policy
DM Butler, CF Karpowitz, JC Pope
The Journal of Politics 74 (2), 474-486, 2012
The world wide web and the US political news market
NH Nie, DW Miller, III, S Golde, DM Butler, K Winneg
American Journal of Political Science 54 (2), 428-439, 2010
Recruitment and perceptions of gender bias in party leader support
DM Butler, JR Preece
Political Research Quarterly 69 (4), 842-851, 2016
A regression discontinuity design analysis of the incumbency advantage and tenure in the US House
DM Butler
Electoral Studies 28 (1), 123-128, 2009
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
An empirical justification for the use of racially distinctive names to signal race in experiments
DM Butler, J Homola
Political Analysis 25 (1), 122-130, 2017
Gender inequalities in campaign finance
M Barber, DM Butler, J Preece
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 11 (2), 219-48, 2016
A lot more to do: the promise and peril of panel data in political science
SE Wilson, DM Butler
Manuscript, Department of Political Science, Brigham Young University, 2004
The Effect of the Size of Voting Blocs on Incumbents' Roll‐Call Voting and the Asymmetric Polarization of Congress
DM Butler
Legislative Studies Quarterly 34 (3), 297-318, 2009
Splitting the difference? Causal inference and theories of split-party delegations
DM Butler, MJ Butler
Political Analysis 14 (4), 439-455, 2006
Mixing and matching: The effect on student performance of teaching assistants of the same gender
DM Butler, R Christensen
PS: Political Science & Politics 36 (4), 781-786, 2003
Which time-series cross-section estimator should I use now? Guidance from Monte Carlo experiments
C Adolph, DM Butler, SE Wilson
annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC, 2005
Moving beyond measurement: Adapting audit studies to test bias-reducing interventions
DM Butler, C Crabtree
Journal of Experimental Political Science 4 (1), 57-67, 2017
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