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Ansolabehere, Stephen and David M. Konisky. 2006. “The Introduction of Voter Registration and Its Effect on Turnout.” Political Analysis 14(1):83–100.

Iversen, Torben and David Soskice. 2006. “Electoral Institutions and the Politics of Coalitions: Why Some Democracies Redistribute More Than Others.” American Political Science Review 100(2):165–81.

Kaplan, Noah, David K. Park and Travis N. Ridout. 2006. “Dialogue in American Political Campaigns? An Examination of Issue Convergence in Candidate Television Advertising.” American Journal of Political Science 50(3):724–36.

Kastellec, Jonathan, Andrew Gelman and Jamie Chandler. forthcoming. "Predicting and Dissecting the Seats-Votes Curve in the 2006 U.S. House Election." PS: Political Science & Politics

McClurg, Scott D. 2006. “The Electoral Relevance of Political Talk: Examining Disagreement and Expertise Effects in Social Networks on Political Participation.” American Journal of Political Science 50(3):737–54.

Pekkanen, Robert, Benjamin Nyblade and Ellis S. Krauss. 2006. “Electoral Incentives in Mixed-Member Systems: Party, Posts, and Zombie Politicians in Japan.” American Political Science Review 100(2):183–93.

Schwindt-Bayer, Leslie A. 2006. “Still Supermadres? Gender and the Policy Priorities of Latin American Legislators.” American Journal of Political Science 50(3):570–85.

Stevens, Daniel, Benjamin G. Bishin and Robert R. Barr. 2006. “Authoritarian Attitudes, Democracy, and Policy Preferences among Latin American Elites.” American Journal of Political Science 50(3):606–20.

Zheng, Tian, Matthew J. Salganik and Andrew Gelman. 2006. How Many People Do You Know in Prison?: Using Overdispersion in Count Data to Estimate Social Structure in Networks. Journal of the American Statistical Association 101(471):409-423.

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