John Lovett
John Lovett
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Measuring the media agenda
ML Atkinson, J Lovett, FR Baumgartner
Political Communication 31 (2), 355-380, 2014
582014
Popular presidents can affect congressional attention, for a little while
J Lovett, S Bevan, FR Baumgartner
Policy Studies Journal 43 (1), 22-43, 2015
312015
Partisan priorities and public budgeting
DA Epp, J Lovett, FR Baumgartner
Political Research Quarterly 67 (4), 864-878, 2014
212014
The Diversity of Internet Media: Utopia or Dystopia
BJ Dworak, J Lovett, FR Baumgartner
Meetings of the Midwest Political Science Association, 2014
82014
INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS OF CONGRESS AND POLICY CHANGE: THE USE OF ISSUE SALIENCE AS SUBSIDY
JLJ Lovett
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, 2016
12016
When Is There a Single Media Agenda?
J Lovett, FR Baumgartner
annual meetings of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, 2012
12012
The Politics of Herding Cats: When Congressional Leaders Fail
J Lovett
University of Michigan Press, 2021
2021
Expanding Conflicts: Members of Congress, the Political Media, and Public Policy Change
J Lovett
2017
Popular presidents can influence Congress with the State of the Union, but an unpopular president will simply be ignored
J Lovett, S Bevan, F Baumgartner
USApp–American Politics and Policy Blog, 2014
2014
Electoral turnover has very little effect on the spending habits of Western democracies
DA Epp, J Lovett, FR Baumgartner
LSE American Politics and Policy, 2014
2014
Explaining changes in the spread of Congressional Committee jurisdictions
JL Lovett
2011
The Trump Twitter Presidency and Branding the
J Lovett, D Christensen, JA Curiel
Finding the Limits of Partisan Budgeting
D Epp, J Lovett, FR Baumgartner
Searching for Election Effects in US Policymaking and Spending
D Epp, J Lovett, FR Baumgartner
When Is There a Single Media Agenda?
ML Atkinson, J Lovett, FR Baumgartner
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