Andrew D. Martin
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Dynamic ideal point estimation via Markov chain Monte Carlo for the US Supreme Court, 1953–1999
AD Martin, KM Quinn
Political analysis 10 (2), 134-153, 2002
MCMCpack: Markov chain monte carlo in R
AD Martin, KM Quinn, JH Park
Foundation for Open Access Statistics, 2011
Untangling the causal effects of sex on judging
CL Boyd, L Epstein, AD Martin
American journal of political science 54 (2), 389-411, 2010
The judicial common space
L Epstein, AD Martin, JA Segal, C Westerland
The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 23 (2), 303-325, 2007
The supreme court forecasting project: Legal and political science approaches to predicting supreme court decisionmaking
TW Ruger, PT Kim, AD Martin, KM Quinn
Columbia Law Review, 1150-1210, 2004
Ideological drift among supreme court justices: Who, when, and how important
L Epstein, AD Martin, KM Quinn, JA Segal
Nw. UL Rev. 101, 1483, 2007
The Supreme Court as a strategic national policymaker
L Epstein, J Knight, AD Martin
EMoRY Lj 50, 583, 2001
Socioeconomic status and health: do gradients differ within childhood and adolescence?
E Chen, AD Martin, KA Matthews
Social science & medicine 62 (9), 2161-2170, 2006
The median justice on the united states supreme court
AD Martin, KM Quinn, L Epstein
NCL rev. 83, 1275, 2004
Understanding health disparities: The role of race and socioeconomic status in children’s health
E Chen, AD Martin, KA Matthews
American journal of public health 96 (4), 702-708, 2006
Ideological divergence and public support for the Supreme Court
RH Durr, AD Martin, C Wolbrecht
American Journal of Political Science, 768-776, 2000
Does Public Opinion Influence the Supreme Court-Possibly Yes (But We're Not Sure Why)
L Epstein, AD Martin
U. Pa. J. Const. L. 13, 263, 2010
Voter choice in multi-party democracies: a test of competing theories and models
KM Quinn, AD Martin, AB Whitford
American Journal of Political Science, 1231-1247, 1999
The norm of prior judicial experience and its consequences for career diversity on the US Supreme Court
L Epstein, J Knight, AD Martin
California Law Review, 903-965, 2003
Multiparty electoral competition in the Netherlands and Germany: A model based on multinomial probit
N Schofield, AD Martin, KM Quinn, AB Whitford
Empirical Studies in Comparative Politics, 39-75, 1998
Who controls the content of Supreme Court opinions?
C Carrubba, B Friedman, AD Martin, G Vanberg
American Journal of Political Science 56 (2), 400-412, 2012
The public's conditional response to Supreme Court decisions
TR Johnson, AD Martin
American Political Science Review 92 (2), 299-309, 1998
Congressional decision making and the separation of powers
AD Martin
American Political Science Review 95 (2), 361-378, 2001
Trajectories of socioeconomic status across children's lifetime predict health
E Chen, AD Martin, KA Matthews
Pediatrics 120 (2), e297-e303, 2007
An introduction to empirical legal research
L Epstein, AD Martin
Oxford University Press, 2014
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