William Roberts Clark
William Roberts Clark
Professor of Political Science, Texas A&M University
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Understanding interaction models: Improving empirical analyses
T Brambor, WR Clark, M Golder
Political analysis 14 (1), 63-82, 2006
Rehabilitating Duverger’s theory: Testing the mechanical and strategic modifying effects of electoral laws
WR Clark, M Golder
Comparative Political Studies 39 (6), 679-708, 2006
The political economy of monetary institutions
W Bernhard, JL Broz, WR Clark
International Organization 56 (4), 693-723, 2002
Mobile capital, domestic institutions, and electorally induced monetary and fiscal policy
WR Clark, M Hallerberg
American Political Science Review 94 (2), 323-346, 2000
Principles of comparative politics
WR Clark, M Golder, SN Golder
CQ Press, 2017
Norms and nannies: the impact of international organizations on the central and east European states
P Cernoch, WR Clark, A Grigorescu, A Freyberg-Inan, M Hallerberg, ...
Rowman & Littlefield, 2002
Capitalism, not globalism: capital mobility, central bank independence, and the political control of the economy
WR Clark
University of Michigan Press, 0
International and domestic constraints on political business cycles in OECD economies
WR Clark, UN Reichert, SL Lomas, KL Parker
International Organization 52 (1), 87-120, 1998
A simple multivariate test for asymmetric hypotheses
WR Clark, MJ Gilligan, M Golder
Political Analysis 14 (3), 311-331, 2006
Agents and structures: Two views of preferences, two views of institutions
WR Clark
International Studies Quarterly 42 (2), 245-270, 1998
Political business cycles in EU accession countries
M Hallerberg, LV de Souza, WR Clark
European Union Politics 3 (2), 231-250, 2002
Big data, causal inference, and formal theory: Contradictory trends in political science?: Introduction
WR Clark, M Golder
PS: Political Science & Politics 48 (1), 65-70, 2015
Are African party systems different?
T Brambor, WR Clark, M Golder
Electoral Studies 26 (2), 315-323, 2007
Partisan and electoral motivations and the choice of monetary institutions under fully mobile capital
WR Clark
International Organization 56 (4), 725-749, 2002
The political resource curse: An empirical re-evaluation
D Wiens, P Poast, WR Clark
Political Research Quarterly 67 (4), 783-794, 2014
The British Academy Brian Barry prize essay: An exit, voice and loyalty model of politics
WR Clark, M Golder, SN Golder
British Journal of Political Science 47 (4), 719-748, 2017
Measures of financial openness and interdependence
WR Clark, M Hallerberg, M Keil, TD Willett
Journal of Financial Economic Policy 4 (1), 58-75, 2012
Domestic and international asymmetries in United States–European Union trade negotiations
WR Clark, E Duchesne, S Meunier
International Negotiation 5 (1), 69-95, 2000
Independent but not indifferent: Partisan bias in monetary policy at the Fed
WR Clark, V Arel‐Bundock
Economics & Politics 25 (1), 1-26, 2013
Monetary institutions and the political survival of democratic leaders
WR Clark, SN Golder, P Poast
International Studies Quarterly 57 (3), 556-567, 2013
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