Thomas J Hayes
Thomas J Hayes
Associate Professor, University of Connecticut
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Opinion Backlash and Public Attitudes: Are Political Advances in Gay Rights Counterproductive?
BG Bishin, TJ Hayes, MB Incantalupo, CA Smith
American Journal of Political Science 60 (3), 625–648, 2016
Responsiveness in an Era of Inequality: The Case of the U.S. Senate
TJ Hayes
Political Research Quarterly 66 (3), 588-599, 2013
The Influence of Inequality on Welfare Generosity: Evidence from the US States
L Scruggs, TJ Hayes
Politics & Society 45 (1), 35–66, 2017
Fiscal Policy and Economic Inequality in the U.S. States Taxing and Spending from 1976 to 2006
TJ Hayes, DXM Vidal
Political Research Quarterly 68 (2), 392–407, 2015
Issue Salience, Subconstituency Politics, and Legislative Representation
TJ Hayes, BG Bishin
Congress & the Presidency 39 (2), 133-159, 2012
Do Citizens Link Attitudes with Preferences? Economic Inequality and Government Spending in the “New Gilded Age”
TJ Hayes
Social Science Quarterly 95 (2), 468-485, 2014
Durable Democracy? Economic Inequality and Democratic Accountability in the New Gilded Age
BJ Newman, TJ Hayes
Political Behavior 41 (1), 5-30, 2019
Elite Mobilization: A Theory Explaining Opposition to Gay Rights
BG Bishin, TJ Hayes, MB Incantalupo, CA Smith
Law and Society Review 54 (1), 233-264, 2020
Elite-Led Mobilization and Gay Rights: Dispelling the Myth of Mass Opinion Backlash
BG Bishin, TJ Hayes, MB Incantalupo, CA Smith
The Effect of Political Parties on the Distribution of Income in the American States: 1917-2011
A Widestrom, TJ Hayes, C Dennis
Social Science Quarterly 99 (3), 895-914, 2018
State Adoption of Tax Policy: New Data and New Insights
TJ Hayes, C Dennis
American Politics Research 42 (6), 929-955, 2014
Do elected officials serve the poor on health care? Evidence from a field experiment on members of congress and state legislators
TJ Hayes, BG Bishin
Social Science Journal, 2020
Immigration and public opinion: Will backlash impede immigrants’ policy progress?
BG Bishin, TJ Hayes, MB Incantalupo, CA Smith
Social Science Quarterly 102 (6), 3036-3049, 2021
Viewing equality as a loss: How highlighting policy costs and benefits influences attitudes
TJ Hayes, C Guay
The Social Science Journal, 2020
Bankruptcy reform and congressional action: The role of organized interests in shaping policy
TJ Hayes
Social Science Research 64, 67–78, 2017
Book Review: The new economic populism: How states respond to economic inequality
TJ Hayes
The American Review of Public Administration 49 (3), 386-387, 2019
Book Review: Poverty in the Pandemic: Policy Lessons from COVID-19 by Zachary Parolin
TJ Hayes
Political Science Quarterly, 2024
The impact of political party control and economic forces on redistributive state wage policies since 1968
C Dennis, TJ Hayes, S Papadopoulos, A Widestrom
Party Politics, 13540688241257571, 2024
The Democratic Majority and the 2016 American Presidential Election: Feminist Political Behavior Across Multiple Axes of Identity
EM Simien, TJ Hayes, C Conway
Political Research Quarterly 77 (1), 371-385, 2024
Response to Michael J. Nelson and James L. Gibson’s Review of Elite-Led Mobilization and Gay Rights: Dispelling the Myth of Mass Opinion Backlash
BG Bishin, TJ Hayes, MB Incantalupo, CA Smith
Perspectives on Politics 20 (2), 675-676, 2022
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