Lowery, David
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The population ecology of interest representation: Lobbying communities in the American states
V Gray, D Lowery
University of Michigan Press, 2000
8072000
The politics of dissatisfaction: Citizens, services, and urban institutions
WE Lyons, D Lowery, RH DeHoog
ME Sharpe, 1992
3401992
Media argumentation: Dialectic, persuasion and rhetoric
D Walton
Cambridge University Press, 2007
3252007
Why do organized interests lobby? A multi-goal, multi-context theory of lobbying
D Lowery
Polity 39 (1), 29-54, 2007
3152007
Citizen satisfaction with local governance: A test of individual, jurisdictional, and city-specific explanations
RH DeHoog, D Lowery, WE Lyons
The Journal of Politics 52 (3), 807-837, 1990
3051990
The population ecology of Gucci Gulch, or the natural regulation of interest group numbers in the American states
D Lowery, V Gray
American Journal of Political Science, 1-29, 1995
2751995
A neopluralist perspective on research on organized interests
D Lowery, V Gray
Political Research Quarterly 57 (1), 164-175, 2004
2612004
A niche theory of interest representation
V Gray, D Lowery
The Journal of Politics 58 (1), 91-111, 1996
2611996
Consumer sovereignty and quasi-market failure
D Lowery
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 8 (2), 137-172, 1998
2571998
Governmental Fragmental Versus Consolidation: Five Public-Ch
WE Lyons, D Lowery
Public administration review 49 (6), 533, 1989
2531989
Understanding the tax revolt: Eight explanations
D Lowery, L Sigelman
The American Political Science Review, 963-974, 1981
2231981
A transactions costs model of metropolitan governance: Allocation versus redistribution in urban America
D Lowery
Journal of public administration research and theory 10 (1), 49-78, 2000
2002000
Interest group politics and economic growth in the US states
V Gray, D Lowery
The American Political Science Review, 109-131, 1988
1931988
The impact of jurisdictional boundaries: An individual-level test of the Tiebout model
D Lowery, WE Lyons
The Journal of Politics 51 (1), 73-97, 1989
1881989
The growth of government in the United States: An empirical assessment of competing explanations
D Lowery, WD Berry
American Journal of Political Science, 665-694, 1983
1851983
Public opinion, public policy, and organized interests in the American states
V Gray, D Lowery, M Fellowes, A McAtee
Political Research Quarterly 57 (3), 411-420, 2004
1732004
Organized interests and American government
D Lowery, H Brasher
McGraw-Hill,, 2004
1712004
Lobbying influence: Meaning, measurement and missing
D Lowery
Interest Groups & Advocacy 2 (1), 1-26, 2013
1692013
When bureaucrats get the blues: Responses to dissatisfaction among federal employees
C Rusbult, D Lowery
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 15 (1), 80-103, 1985
1651985
Political participation and metropolitan institutional contexts
C Kelleher, D Lowery
Urban affairs review 39 (6), 720-757, 2004
1602004
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