Nathan Kelly
Nathan Kelly
Political Science
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Dynamic models for dynamic theories: The ins and outs of lagged dependent variables
L Keele, NJ Kelly
Political analysis, 186-205, 2006
8972006
Dynamic models for dynamic theories: The ins and outs of lagged dependent variables
L Keele, NJ Kelly
Political Analysis 14 (2), 186-205, 2006
8872006
Inequality and the dynamics of public opinion: The self‐reinforcing link between economic inequality and mass preferences
NJ Kelly, PK Enns
American Journal of Political Science 54 (4), 855-870, 2010
3792010
The rise of the super-rich: Power resources, taxes, financial markets, and the dynamics of the top 1 percent, 1949 to 2008
TW Volscho, NJ Kelly
American Sociological Review 77 (5), 679-699, 2012
3382012
The politics of income inequality in the United States
NJ Kelly, MyiLibrary
Cambridge University Press, 2009
1632009
Federalism and American Inequality
NJ Kelly, C Witko
Journal of Politics 74 (2), 414-426, 2012
1432012
Religion and Latino partisanship in the United States
NJ Kelly, JM Kelly
Political Research Quarterly 58 (1), 87-95, 2005
1132005
Political choice, public policy, and distributional outcomes
NJ Kelly
American Journal of Political Science 49 (4), 865-880, 2005
1042005
Legislative productivity of the US Congress, 1789–2004
JT Grant, NJ Kelly
Political Analysis, 303-323, 2008
602008
Religious traditionalism and Latino politics in the United States
NJ Kelly, J Morgan
American Politics Research 36 (2), 236-263, 2008
602008
Conditional status quo bias and top income shares: How US political institutions have benefited the rich
PK Enns, NJ Kelly, J Morgan, T Volscho, C Witko
The Journal of Politics 76 (2), 289-303, 2014
592014
Market inequality and redistribution in Latin America and the Caribbean
J Morgan, NJ Kelly
The Journal of Politics 75 (3), 672-685, 2013
582013
Class Bias in Voter Turnout, Representation, and Income Inequality
NJKCW William W. Franko
Perspectives on Politics 14 (2), 351-368, 2016
532016
Don’t jettison the general error correction model just yet: A practical guide to avoiding spurious regression with the GECM
PK Enns, NJ Kelly, T Masaki, PC Wohlfarth
Research & Politics 3 (2), 2053168016643345, 2016
49*2016
Partisan politics, financial deregulation, and the new Gilded Age
E Keller, NJ Kelly
Political Research Quarterly 68 (3), 428-442, 2015
352015
Government ideology and unemployment in the US states
NJ Kelly, C Witko
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 14 (4), 389-413, 2014
312014
Does Politics Really Matter?
NJ Kelly
American Politics Research 32 (3), 264-284, 2004
262004
Social patterns of inequality, partisan competition, and Latin American support for redistribution
J Morgan, NJ Kelly
The Journal of Politics 79 (1), 193-209, 2017
162017
Explaining public attitudes toward fighting inequality in Latin America
J Morgan, NJ Kelly
Poverty & Public Policy 2 (3), 79-111, 2010
162010
Issue Attitudes and Survey Continuity across Interview Mode in the 2000 NES
BJ Fogarty, NJ Kelly, HW Kilburn
Political Analysis 13 (1), 95-108, 2005
102005
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