Adam Bonica
Adam Bonica
Associate Professor of Political Science, Stanford University
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Mapping the ideological marketplace
A Bonica
American Journal of Political Science 58 (2), 367-386, 2014
Why hasn't democracy slowed rising inequality?
A Bonica, N McCarty, KT Poole, H Rosenthal
Journal of Economic Perspectives 27 (3), 103-124, 2013
Ideology and interests in the political marketplace
A Bonica
American Journal of Political Science 57 (2), 294-311, 2013
Database on Ideology, Money in Politics, and Elections: Public version 1.0 [computer file]
A Bonica
Stanford, CA: Stanford University Libraries, 2013
Avenues of influence: On the political expenditures of corporations and their directors and executives
A Bonica
Business and Politics 18 (4), 367-394, 2016
Interface and methods for tracking and analyzing political ideology and interests
A Bonica
US Patent App. 14/512,284, 2015
A Common-space Measure of State Supreme Court Ideology
A Bonica, M Woodruff
Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, 2015
The political ideologies of American lawyers
A Bonica, AS Chilton, M Sen
Journal of Legal Analysis 8 (2), 277-335, 2016
Inferring roll‐call scores from campaign contributions using supervised machine learning
A Bonica
American Journal of Political Science 62 (4), 830-848, 2018
The politics of selecting the bench from the bar: the legal profession and partisan incentives to introduce ideology into judicial selection
A Bonica, M Sen
The Journal of Law and Economics 60 (4), 559-595, 2017
Senate Gate-Keeping, Presidential Staffing of “Inferior Offices,” and the Ideological Composition of Appointments to the Public Bureaucracy
A Bonica, J Chen, T Johnson
Quarterly Journal of Political Science, 2015
The political polarization of physicians in the United States: an analysis of campaign contributions to federal elections, 1991 through 2012
A Bonica, H Rosenthal, DJ Rothman
JAMA Internal Medicine 174 (8), 1308-1317, 2014
Are donation-based measures of ideology valid predictors of individual-level policy preferences?
A Bonica
The Journal of Politics 81 (1), 327-333, 2019
Estimating judicial ideology
A Bonica, M Sen
Journal of Economic Perspectives 35 (1), 97-118, 2021
The political ideologies of law clerks
A Bonica, AS Chilton, J Goldin, K Rozema, M Sen
American Law and Economics Review 19 (1), 96-128, 2017
The legal academy’s ideological uniformity
A Bonica, A Chilton, K Rozema, M Sen
The Journal of Legal Studies 47 (1), 1-43, 2018
A common-space scaling of the american judiciary and legal profession
A Bonica, M Sen
Political Analysis 25 (1), 114-121, 2017
Professional networks, early fundraising, and electoral success
A Bonica
Election Law Journal 16 (1), 153-171, 2017
Legal Rasputins? Law clerk influence on voting at the US Supreme Court
A Bonica, A Chilton, J Goldin, K Rozema, M Sen
The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 35 (1), 1-36, 2019
Measuring judicial ideology using law clerk hiring
A Bonica, AS Chilton, J Goldin, K Rozema, M Sen
American Law and Economics Review 19 (1), 129-161, 2017
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