Thomas Brunell
Thomas Brunell
Professor of Political Science, University of Texas, Dallas
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The judicial construction of Europe
AS Sweet
Oxford University Press, 2004
Constructing a supranational constitution: Dispute resolution and governance in the European Community
AS Sweet, TL Brunell
American Political Science Review 92 (1), 63-81, 1998
From free trade to supranational polity: The European Court and integration
AS Sweet, JA Caporaso
European integration and supranational governance, 92-133, 1998
The European Court and the national courts: A statistical analysis of preliminary references, 1961–95
AS Sweet, TL Brunell
Journal of European Public Policy 5 (1), 66-97, 1998
The European Court of Justice, state noncompliance, and the politics of override
AS Sweet, T Brunell
American Political Science Review 106 (1), 204-213, 2012
The relationship between political parties and interest groups: Explaining patterns of PAC contributions to candidates for congress
TL Brunell
Political Research Quarterly 58 (4), 681-688, 2005
Redistricting and representation: Why competitive elections are bad for America
T Brunell
Routledge, 2010
Trustee courts and the judicialization of international regimes: The politics of majoritarian activism in the European convention on human rights, the European union, and the …
AS Sweet, TL Brunell
Journal of Law and Courts 1 (1), 61-88, 2013
Election administration and perceptions of fair elections
S Bowler, T Brunell, T Donovan, P Gronke
Electoral Studies 38, 1-9, 2015
An integrated perspective on the three potential sources of partisan bias: Malapportionment, turnout differences, and the geographic distribution of party vote shares
B Grofman, W Koetzle, T Brunell
Electoral studies 16 (4), 457-470, 1997
A propensity score reweighting approach to estimating the partisan effects of full turnout in American presidential elections
TL Brunell, J DiNardo
Political analysis 12 (1), 28-45, 2004
Cycles in American national electoral politics, 1854–2006: statistical evidence and an explanatory model
S Merrill, B Grofman, TL Brunell
American Political Science Review 102 (1), 1-17, 2008
Rethinking redistricting: How drawing uncompetitive districts eliminates gerrymanders, enhances representation, and improves attitudes toward Congress
TL Brunell
PS: Political Science & Politics 39 (1), 77-85, 2006
Ideological representation and competitive congressional elections
TL Brunell, J Buchler
Electoral Studies 28 (3), 448-457, 2009
Explaining divided US Senate delegations, 1788–1996: A realignment approach
TL Brunell, B Grofman
American Political Science Review 92 (2), 391-399, 1998
A New Look at Split‐Ticket Outcomes for House and President: The Comparative Midpoints Model
B Grofman, W Koetzle, MP McDonald, TL Brunell
Journal of Politics 62 (1), 34-50, 2000
The art of the dummymander: The impact of recent redistrictings on the partisan makeup of southern House seats
B Grofman, TL Brunell
Redistricting in the new millennium, 183-99, 2005
Has the voting rights act outlived its usefulness? In a Word,“No”
D Lublin, TL Brunell, B Grofman, L Handley
Legislative Studies Quarterly 34 (4), 525-553, 2009
The entrance of women to the US Congress: The widow effect
L Solowiej, TL Brunell
Political Research Quarterly 56 (3), 283-292, 2003
Lip-reading, draft-dodging, and Perot-noia: Presidential campaigns in editorial cartoons
W Koetzle, TL Brunell
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 1 (4), 94-115, 1996
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