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  • ELECTORAL LOSS AND CONTENTION 

    Patch, Allison Kathryn (2019)
    This dissertation is an exploration of the consequences of elections for those kept out of power. I draw from both the winner-loser gap literature, which explores attitude differences between winners and losers following ...
  • OVERCOMING NON-COOPERATION: DESIGNING A PATENT SYSTEM FOR THE PUBLIC 

    Leaderman, Arthur Isaac (2019)
    Patents allocate power by assigning exclusive property rights to persons who claim to have discovered new scientific or technical art. Accordingly, infringers can be treated like trespassers. In a longstanding theoretical ...
  • Where in the world is my tweet: Detecting irregular removal patterns on Twitter 

    Timoneda, Joan C. (PLoS, 2018-09-20)
    Twitter data are becoming an important part of modern political science research, but key aspects of the inner workings of Twitter streams as well as self-censorship on the platform require further research. A particularly ...
  • STANDARDIZATION AND THE UNITED STATES 

    Moench, John Otto Dax (1959)
    For the past decade and more, the United States, through its military departments, other agencies of government, and private organizations, has placed a considerable investment in national and international standardization. ...
  • BY INVITATION ONLY: A LEGISLATIVE THEORY ON PUBLIC LOBBYING AND THE GATEKEEPERS OF INFLUENCE 

    Vallejo Vera, Sebastián (2019)
    In democratic politics, the participation of interest groups in policymaking is commonly understood as a secluded affair; an exchange were interest groups actively influence the fine print of statutory laws without being ...

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