Robin Kolodny
Robin Kolodny
Professor of Political Science, Temple University
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Interviewing political elites
RL Peabody, SW Hammond, J Torcom, LP Brown, C Thompson, ...
PS: Political Science & Politics 23 (3), 451-455, 1990
Parties and campaign professionals in a digital age: Political consultants in the United States and their counterparts overseas
DM Farrell, R Kolodny, S Medvic
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 6 (4), 11-30, 2001
Party organization as an empty vessel: Parties in American politics
RS Katz, R Kolodny
How Parties Organize: Change and Adaptation in Party Organizations in …, 1994
Educating the least informed: Group endorsements in a grassroots campaign
K Arceneaux, R Kolodny
American Journal of Political Science 53 (4), 755-770, 2009
Pursuing majorities: Congressional campaign committees in American politics
R Kolodny
University of Oklahoma Press, 1998
Professional staff in political parties
P Webb, R Kolodny
Handbook of party politics, 337-347, 2006
Political consultants and the extension of party goals
R Kolodny, A Logan
PS: Political science and politics 31 (2), 155-159, 1998
The state of the parties: The changing role of contemporary American parties
JC Green, DJ Coffey
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2010
The presidentialization of party leadership? Evaluating party leadership and party government in the democratic world
P Webb, T Poguntke, R Kolodny
Comparative political leadership, 77-98, 2012
Political party adaptation in US congressional campaigns: Why political parties use coordinated expenditures to hire political consultants
R Kolodny, DA Dulio
Party Politics 9 (6), 729-746, 2003
Electoral partnerships: Political consultants and political parties
R Kolodny
American University, Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies …, 1998
Paving the Road to “Too Big to Fail”: Business Interests and the Politics of Financial Deregulation in the United States
S Suárez, R Kolodny
Politics & Society 39 (1), 74-102, 2011
Political Party Adaptation in US Congressional Campaigns Why Political Parties Use Coordinated Expenditures to Hire Political Consultants
R Kolodny, DA Dulio
Party Politics 9 (6), 729-746, 2003
The election after reform: Money, politics, and the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act
MJ Malbin
Rowman & Littlefield, 2006
Life After Reform: When the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act Meets Politics
AH Bedlington, A Cooper, RG Boatright, JE Campbell, NRSBF Anthony, ...
Rowman & Littlefield, 2003
Party-orchestrated activities for legislative party goals: Campaigns for majorities in the US House of Representatives in the 1990s
R Kolodny, D Dwyre
Party Politics 4 (3), 275-295, 1998
Throwing out the rule book: Party financing of the 2000 elections
D Dwyre, R Kolodny
Financing the, 133-162, 2000
Throwing out the rule book: Party financing of the 2000 elections
D Dwyre, R Kolodny
Financing the, 133-162, 2000
The parties’ congressional campaign committees in 2004
D Dwyre, R Kolodny
draft chapter) For publication in The Election after Reform: Money, Politics …, 2006
Political Consultants and Campaigns: One Day to Sell
J Johnson
Westview Press, 2011
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