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Jun 4, 2015
Hall, Matthew E. K.; Ura, Joseph Daniel, 2015, "Replication Data for: Judicial Majoritarianism (2015) Journal of Politics", doi:10.7910/DVN/P4UOQ2, Harvard Dataverse, V1, UNF:6:IQ1IL2yu+nK/IgW6BYzoQw==
For decades, constitutional theorists have confronted the normative problems associated with judicial review by an unelected judiciary; yet some political scientists contend that judicial review actually tends to promote majoritarian interests. We evaluate the majoritarian nature...
Feb 19, 2014
Ura, Joseph Daniel, 2014, "Replication data for: Backlash and Legitimation: Macro Political Responses to Supreme Court Decisions", doi:10.7910/DVN/24765, Harvard Dataverse, V1, UNF:5:6FO0LUdDdLyPUqRr0R3aJw==
Data and (Stata) code for replicating results reported in Backlash and Legitimation: Macro Political Responses to Supreme Court Decisions (Ura 2014) and its online appendix.
Apr 2, 2013
Joseph Daniel Ura; Christopher R. Ellis, 2012, "Replication Data for Partisan Moods: Polarization and Party Preference Dynamics", hdl:1902.1/16978, Harvard Dataverse, V3, UNF:5:UA5srKn7Nyjs0JiFVNUVLA==
Inquiry into the origins of partisan polarization has generally treated polarization as a simple, symmetric phenomenon—the degree to which the worldviews of the mass Democratic and Republican parties have or have not diverged from one another. In this article, we disaggregate pol...
Dec 8, 2011
Sylvia Manzano; Joseph Daniel Ura, 2011, "Replication data for: Desperately Seeking Sonia?: Latino Heterogeneity and Geographic Variation in Web Searches for Judge Sonia Sotomayor", hdl:1902.1/17259, Harvard Dataverse, V1, UNF:5:aH/ihRj5lwpI9Ei0UEYBgg==
Linguistic heritage, cultural similarities, and experiences as ethnic minorities link Latinos in the United States, but distinctions on national origin, nativity, and geographic distribution may yield political differences. Previous investigations of Latino heterogeneity as a cat...
Jul 14, 2011
Joseph Daniel Ura; Erica M. Socker, 2011, "Replication data for: The Behavioral Political Economy of Budget Deficits: How Starve the Beast Policies Feed the Machine", hdl:1902.1/16297, Harvard Dataverse, V1, UNF:5:zQa/pZR2HVXrywD/meHwQA==
The notion of “starving the beast” has been an important justification for fiscal programs emphasizing revenue reductions since the mid-1970s. While the idea of restraining government spending by limiting government revenues has an intuitive appeal, there is convincing evidence t...
Jul 11, 2011
Kaitlyn L. Sill; Joseph Daniel Ura; Stacia L. Haynie, 2011, "Replication data for: Strategic Passing and Opinion Assignemnt on the Burger Court", hdl:1902.1/16288, Harvard Dataverse, V2, UNF:5:axHkc0J0eQPQ4/DiyUSQag==
Previous research indicates that U.S. Supreme Court justices who are likely to control opinion assignments may withhold votes in an initial round of conference voting in circumstances that suggest that this behavior has strategic origins. Specifically, scholars have suggested tha...
Feb 4, 2010
Joseph Daniel Ura, 2010, "Replication data for: The Supreme Court and Issue Attention: The Case of Homosexuality", hdl:1902.1/14164, Harvard Dataverse, V1, UNF:5:sGpi0Xn9JTTnl9Rf3lWCEg==
Previous studies have shown that a small number of Supreme Court decisions that “rearrange[d] the . . . distribution of political benefits” have drawn the media’s attention to the underlying issues involved in those cases. This article provides an additional test of that empirica...
Jan 24, 2010
Joseph Daniel Ura; Patrick C. Wohlfarth, 2010, "Replication data for: An Appeal to the People: Public Opinion and Congressional Support for the Supreme Court", hdl:1902.1/14070, Harvard Dataverse, V1, UNF:5:Y4AGYrrptfjDp9INXuoovg==
Scholars often assert that public support for judicial authority induces Congress to grant resources and discretion to the Supreme Court. However, the theory of competing public agency embraced by the Constitution suggests that public support for courts cannot, by itself, explain...
Jan 19, 2010
Joseph Daniel Ura; Christopher R. Ellis, 2010, "Replication data for: Income, Preferences, and the Dynamics of Policy Responsiveness", hdl:1902.1/11446, Harvard Dataverse, V1, UNF:3:HQQljdht/Z0Qtj69VDyMHQ==
In recent years, a number of studies have attributed increasing income inequality in the United States to the political system’s failure to represent the policy preferences of low income citizens. This representative failure hypothesis indicates a potentially serious shortcoming...
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