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PUBLISHED PAPERS

(177) Brunell, Thomas L., Bernard Gofman, and Samuel Merrill, III. 2012. Magnitude and durability of electoral change: Identifying critical elections in the U.S. Congress 1854-2010. Electoral Studies, 31: 816-828. PDF
(176) Feld, Scott L., Joseph Godfrey, and Bernard Grofman. 2014. The Shapley–Owen value and the strength of small winsets: predicting central tendencies and degree of dispersion in the outcomes of majority rule decision-making. In Rudolf Fara, Dennis Leech, and Maurice Salles (Eds.) Voting Power and Procedures, Springer International Publishing, 289-308. PDF
(175) Grofman, Bernard, Thomas Brunell, and Scott L. Feld. 2012. Towards a theory of bicameralism: the neglected contributions of the calculus of consent. Public Choice, 152(1-2): 147-161. PDF
(174) Feld, Scott L., Joseph Godfrey, and Bernard Gofman. 2013. In quest of the banks set in spatial voting games. Social Choice and Welfare, 41(1): 43-71. DOC
(173) Godfrey, Joseph, Bernard Gofman, and Scott L. Feld. 2011. Applications of Shapley-Owen values and the spatial Copeland winner. Political Analysis, 19(3): 306-324. DOC
(172) Grofman, Bernard and Reuben Kline. 2011. How many political parties are there, really? A new measure of the ideologically cognizable number of parties/party groupings. Party Politics 18(4): 523-544. PDF

(171) Grofman, Bernard.  2010.  "Thinking about Minority Political Influence: Did Georgia v. Ashcroft Get It Right and, If Not, Why Not?" Election Law Journal 9: (4) 349-379. PDF

 

(170) Grofman, Bernard, Semuel Merrill III and Thomas L. Brunell  2010.  "Do British Party Politics Exhibit Cycles?" British Journal of Political Science 41: 33-55. PDF

 

(169) Söderlund, P., Wass, H., & Grofman, B. 2011. The Effect of Institutional and Party System Factors on Turnout in Finnish Parliamentary Elections, 1962-2007: A District-Level Analysis. Homo Oeconomicus, 28. PDF
(168) Adams, James, Thomas L. Brunnell, Bernard Gofman, and Samuel Merrill, III. 2010. Why candidate divergence should be expected to be just as great (or even greater) in competitive seats as in non-competitive seats. Public Choice, 145: 417-433. PDF
(167) Nikolenyi, Csaba, and Bernard Gofman. 2010. The Puzzle of Minority Governments in the Lok Sabha. In Minority Governments in India: The Puzzle of Elusive Majorities, Routledge, 87-120. PDF
(166) Feld, Scott L., and Bernard Gofman. 2010. Puzzles and Paradoxes Involving Averages: An Intuitive Approach. Collective Decision Making, 43: 137-150. PDF
(165) Lublin, David, Thomas L. Brunell, Bernard Gofman, and Lisa Handley. 2009. Has the Voting Rights Act Outlives Its Usefulness? In a Word, 'No'. Legislative Studies Quarterly, 34(4): 525-553. PDF

(164)  Grofman, Bernard and Peter Selb. 2010. "Turnout and the (Effective) Number of Parties at the National and District Levels: A Puzzle-Solving Approach." Party Politics 17: 93-117. PDF

           

(163)  Grofman, Bernard and Carsten Q. Schneider. 2009. "An Introduction to Crisp Set QCA, with a Comparison to Binary Logistic Regression." Political Research Quarterly 62: (4) 662-672.  PDF

         

(162) Lemmennicier, Bertrand, Hororine Lescieux-Katir, and Bernard Grofman. 2010. The 2007 French Presidential Election. Canadian Journal of Political Science, 43(1): 137-161. PDF
(161) Grofman, Bernard. 2013. Electoral Rules and Ethnic Representation and Accommodation: Combining Social Choice and Electoral System Perspectives In Joanne McEvoy and Brendan O'Leary (Eds) Power Sharing in Deeply Divided Places, University of Pennsylvania Press, 67-93. DOC

(160)  Nikolenyi, Csaba and Bernard Grofman. 2010 . The Puzzle of Minority Government in the Lok Sabha. In Csaba Nikolenyi.  Minority Governments in IndiaLondon: Routledge, 87-120. PDF


(159) Feld, Scott L. and Bernard Grofman. 2009. “Homophily and the Focused Organization of Ties.”  In P. Bearman and P. Hedstrom (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Analytical Sociology. Oxford University Press, 521-543.   PDF


(158)    Bowler, Shaun, Bernard Grofman and Andre Blais. 2009. “Duverger’s Law in the United States.” In Grofman, Bernard, Shaun Bowler, and Andre Blais (Eds.) Duverger’s Law in Canada, India, the U.S. and the U.K.  Berlin: Springer Verlag, 135-146. PDF

 

(157)   Grofman, Bernard and Peter Selb. 2009. “A Fully General Index of Political Competition.” Electoral Studies  28: (6) 291-296.PDF


(156)    Brunell, Thomas and Bernard Grofman. 2009 “Testing Sincere versus Strategic Split Ticket Voting:  Evidence from Split House-President Outcomes, 1900-1996.” Electoral Studies,  28: 62-69. PDF


(155) Regenwetter, Michael, Bernard Grofman, Anna Popova, William Messner, Clintin P. Davis-Stober, and Daniel R. Cavagnaro. 2009. Behavioural Social Choice: A Status Report.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 1-11.  PDF

(154)    Grofman, Bernard, Frank Wayman and Matthew Barreto. 2008. “Rethinking Partisanship:  Some Thoughts on a Unified Theory,” in John Bartle and Paolo Bellucci ( Eds.) Political Parties and Partisanship:  Social Identity and Individual Attitudes. Routledge/ECPR Studies in European Political Science, 60-74. PDF

(153)    Brunell, Thomas and Bernard Grofman. 2008. Evaluating the Impact of Redistricting on District Homogeneity, Political Competition and Political Extremism in the U.S.  House of Representatives, 1962-2006.”   In Margaret Levi, James Johnson, Jack Knight, and Susan Stokes (Eds.), Designing Democratic Government. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 117-140. PDF



(152)     Grofman, Bernard and Jon Fraenkel. 2008.  Electoral Engineering, Social Cleavages and Democracy.   In Nardulli, Peter (Ed.)  Democracy in The Twenty-First Century II: Domestic Perspectives. Urbana-Champaign, ILUniversity of Illinois Press, 71-101. PDF

(151)   Samuel Merrill, III, Bernard Grofman,  and Thomas Brunell.  "Cycles in National Electorial Politics, 1854-2004."  2008.  American Political Science Review, 102: (1)1-17.  PDF


(150)Winer, Stanley, Michael Tofias, Bernard Grofman, and John Aldrich. 2008. Trending Economic Factors and the Structure of Congress in the Growth of Government, 1930-2002. Public Choice 135(3-4): 415-448. PDF


(149)  Owen, Guillermo, Ines Lindner and Bernard Grofman. 2008. "Modified Power Indices for Indirect Voting."  In Braham, Matthew and Frank Steffen (Eds.) Power, Freedom, and Voting.  Berlin: Springer Verlag, 119-138. PDF


(148)   Godfrey, Joseph and Bernard Grofman.  "Pivotal Voting Theory:  The 1993 Clinton Health Care Reform Proposal in the U.S. Congress."  In Braham, Matthew and Steffen Frank., (Eds.) Power,          Freedom, and Voting.  SpringerVerlag, April 2008. PDF


(147)   Grofman, Bernard and Gary King.  2007.  The Future of Partisan Symmetry as a Judicial Test for Partisan Gerrymandering after LULAC v. PerryElection Law Journal 6(1):2-35.  PDF


(146)   Owen, Guillermo, Ines Lindner, Scott L. Feld, Bernard Grofman and Leonard Ray.  2006.  "A Simple 'Market Value' Bargaining Model for Weighted Voting Games:  Characterization and Limit                 Theorems."  International Journal of Game Theory 35:111-128. PDF

(145)    Owen, Guillermo and Bernard Grofman.  2006.  Two-Stage Electoral Competition in Two-Party Contests:  Persistent Divergence of Party Positions.  Social Choice and Welfare, 26:547-569. PDF


(144)    Grofman, Bernard and Thomas Brunell.  2006.  "Extending Section 5:  Law and Politics."  In David L. Epstein, Rodolfo O. de la Garza et al. (Eds) The Future of the Voting Rights Act.   New York:  Russell Sage Foundation, pp.311-339. PDF

(143)    Grofman, Bernard.  2006.  "Operationalizing the Section 5 retrogression standard of the Voting Rights Act in the light of Georgia v. Ashcroft: Social science perspectives on minority influence, opportunity and control."   Election Law Journal 5(3):250-282.  PDF

(142)   Fraenkel, Jon and Bernard Grofman.  2006.  Does the alternative vote foster moderation in ethnically divided societies?  The case of Fiji.  Comparative Political Studies 39(5): 623-651.  PDF


(141)   Adams, James, Samuel Merrill and Bernard Grofman.  2005.  Does France's Two-Ballot Presidential Election System Alter Candidates' Policy Strategies?  A Spatial Analysis of Office-Seeking Candidates in the 1988 Presidential Election.  French Politics 3(2):98-123.  PDF

(140)   Grofman, Bernard and Tom Brunell. 2005. "The Art of the Dummymander: The Impact of Recent Redistrictings on the Partisan Makeup of Southern House Seats." In Galderisi, Peter (Ed.) Redistricting in the New Millennium. New York: Lexington Books, pp. 183-199. PDF


 (139)   Grofman, Bernard.  Race and redistricting in the 21st century.   2005.  In Gary M. Segura, and Shaun Bowler (eds) Diversity in Democracy:  Minority Representation in the United States.  Charlottesville:  University of Virginia Press, pp 253-277. PDF

 

(138)    O'Leary, Brendan, Bernard Grofman and Jorgen Elklit.   2005.  Divisor methods for sequential portfolio allocation in multi-party executive bodies:  evidence from Northern Ireland and Denmark.  American Journal of Political Science 49(1), 198-211.  PDF


(137)    Fraenkel, Jon and Bernard Grofman.   2004.  A Neo-Downsian model of the alternate vote as a mechanism for mitigating ethnic conflict in plural societies.  Public Choice, 121:487-506.  PDF

(136)    Grofman, Bernard.  2004.  Downs and two-party convergence.  In Polsby, N. (ed.) Annual Review of Political Science, 7:25-46.  PDF


(135)    Grofman, Bernard and Samuel Merrill III.   2004.  Anticipating Likely Consequences of Lottery-Based Affirmative Action.  Social Science Quarterly, 85(5): 1447-1468. PDF

    

(134)    Grofman, Bernard and Samuel Merrill III.   2004.  Ecological regression and ecological inference.  In Gary King, Ori Rosen and Martin Tanner (eds.) Ecological Inference:  New Methodological Strategies.  New York:  Cambridge University Press, pp. 123-143.   PDF


(133)    Grofman, Bernard.  Reflections on Public Choice.  2004.  Public Choice 118:31-51. PDF


(132)    Grofman, Bernard, Alessandro Chiaramonte, Roberto D’Alimonte and Scott L. Feld.  2004.  Comparing and contrasting the uses of two graphical tools for displaying patterns of multi-party competition:  Nagayama diagrams and simplex representations.  Party Politics, 10(3):273-299.  PDF

(131)    Taagepera, Rein and Bernard Grofman.  2003.  Mapping the indices of seats-votes disproportionality and inter-election volatility.”  Party Politics, 9(6):659-677. PDF


(130)    Regenwetter, Michel, A. A. A. Marley, and Bernard Grofman.   2003.  General concepts of value restriction and preference majority."  Social Choice and Welfare 21(1):149-173. PDF


(129)    Tsetlin, Ilia, Michel Regenwetter, Bernard Grofman.  2003.  The impartial culture maximizes the probability of majority cycles."  Social Choice and Welfare, 21:387-398.  PDF


(128)    Grofman, Bernard and Robert Stockwell.  2003.  Institutional design in plural societies:  Mitigating ethnic conflict and fostering stable democracy.  In Ram Mudambi, Pietro Navarra and Guiseppe Sobbrio (eds), Economic Welfare, International Business and Global Institutional Change.  New York:  Edward Elgar Publishers, pp. 102-137.  PDF

(127)    Regenwetter, Michel, Anthony Marley and Bernard Grofman.  2002.  The general concept of majority rule,"  Mathematical Social Sciences 43(3):405-428. PDF


(126)    Regenwetter, Michel, James Adams, and Bernard Grofman.   2002.  On the Condorcet efficiency of majority rule:  An alternative view of majority cycles and social homogeneity.  Theory and Decision, 53:153-186. PDF

(125)    McGann, Anthony, Bernard Grofman and William Koetzle.  2002.  Why party leaders are more extreme than their members:  Modeling sequential elimination elections in the US House of Representatives"  Public Choice, 113:337-356.  PDF


(124)    Brazill, Timothy and Bernard Grofman.  2002.  Factor analysis versus multidimensional scaling:  Binary choice roll-call voting and the U.S. Supreme Court.  Social Networks, 24:201-229. PDF


(123)    Grofman, Bernard and Timothy Brazill.   2002.   Identifying the median justice on the Supreme Court through multidimensional scaling:  Analysis of ‘natural courts’ 1953-1991.  Public Choice, 112:55-79. PDF


(122)    McGann, Anthony, William Koetzle and Bernard Grofman.  2002.  How an ideologically concentrated minority can trump a dispersed majority:  Non-median voter results plurality, run-off and sequential elimination elections" American Journal of Political Science, 46(1):134-148. PDF

  

(121)   Grofman, Bernard, William Koetzle, A. J. McGann.  2002. Congressional leadership 1965-1996:  A new look at the extremism versus centrality debate."  Legislative Studies Quarterly, 27(1):87-100. PDF


(120)    Merrill, Samuel, Bernard Grofman, and James Adams.  2001.  Assimilation and contrast effects in voter projections of party locations: Evidence from Norway, France, and the U.S.  European  Journal of Political Research, 40:199-221. PDF


(119)    Grofman, Bernard, Lisa Handley and David Lublin.  2001.  Drawing effective minority districts:  A conceptual framework and some empirical evidence.  North Carolina Law Review, 79:1383-1430. PDF


(118)    Grofman, Bernard and Thomas Brunell.  2001.  Explaining the ideological differences between the two U.S. senators elected from the same state:  An institutional effects model.  In Peter Galderisi (ed.) Congressional Primaries in the Politics of Representation.  New York:  Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 132-142.   PDF

 

(117)    Brians, Craig and Bernard Grofman.  2001.  Election day registration's effect on US voter turnout.  Social Science Quarterly, 82:170-183. PDF


(116)    Grofman, Bernard and Andrew Reynolds.  2001.  Electoral Systems and the art of Constitutional Engineering:  An Inventory of the Main Findings.  In Ram Mudambi, Pietro Navarra and Giuseppe Sobbrio (eds.) Rules and Reason:  Perspectives on Constitutional Political Economy, New York and London:  Cambridge University Press, 125-163. (Translated into Ukrainian and reprinted in Journal of Comparative Research of Political Institutions, Socio-Economic Systems and Civilizations (Volodimir Bilotkach)Kharkov, Ukraine:  Regional Branch of the National Institute of Strategic Developments, 2005, pp. 29-70).  PDF


(115)    Grofman, Bernard, William Koetzle, Michael McDonald, and Thomas Brunell.  2000.  A new look at split ticket  voting for House and President:  The comparative midpoints model, Journal of Politics, 62(1):34-50. PDF


(114)    Grofman, Bernard.  2000.  Lijphart and the new institutionalism.  In Markus L. Crepaz, Thomas Koelble and David Wilsford (eds.) Democracy and Institutions:  The Life Work of Arend Lijphart, Ann Arbor:  University of Michigan Press, 43-73.  PDF


(113)    Grofman, Bernard and Heathcote W. Wales. 1999.  Modeling Juror Bias.  Legal Theory,  5:221-234.  PDF


(112)    Regenwetter, Michel, Jean-Claude Falmagne, Bernard Grofman.  1999.  A Stochastic Model of Preference Change and its Application to 1992 Presidential Election Panel Data.  Psychological Review, 106(2):362-384.  PDF


(111)    Merrill, Samuel,  Bernard Grofman,  Thomas Brunell and William Koetzle.  1999.  The power of ideologically concentrated minorities. Journal of Theoretical Politics, 11(1):57-74.   PDF

(110)    Grofman, Bernard, Guillermo Owen and Christian Collet. 1999.   Rethinking the Partisan Effects of Higher Turnout:  So What’s the Question?  Public Choice, 99:357-376.   PDF


(109)    Brians, Craig L. and Bernard Grofman.  1999.  When registration barriers fall, who votes?  An empirical test of a rational choice model.  Public Choice, 99:161-176.  PDF


(108)    Merrill, Sam, Bernard Grofman, and Scott L. Feld.  1999.  Nash equilibrium strategies in directional models of two-candidate spatial competition.  Public Choice, 98:369-383.  PDF


(107)    Grofman, Bernard.  1999.  SNTV: An inventory of theoretically derived propositions and a brief review of the evidence from Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Alabama.  In Bernard Grofman, Sung-Chull Lee, Edwin Winckler, and Brian Woodall (Eds.) Elections in Japan, Korea and Taiwan under the Single Non-Transferable Vote: The Comparative Study of an Embedded Institution. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 375-416. PDF

(106)   Grofman, Bernard.  1999.  SNTV, STV, and single-member district systems: theoretical comparisons and contrasts.  In Bernard Grofman, Sung- Chull Lee, Edwin Winckler, and Brian Woodall.                (Eds.) Elections in Japan, Korea and Taiwan under the Single Non-Transferable Vote:  The Comparative Study of an Embedded Institution. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 317-333.
           
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(105)  Glazer, Amihai, Bernard Grofman, and Guillermo Owen.  1998.  A neo-Downsian model of group-oriented voting and racial backlash. Public Choice, 97:23-34.  PDF



(104)    Grofman, Bernard, and Lisa Handley.  1998.  Estimating the impact of voting-rights-act-related districting on Democratic strength in the U.S. House of Representatives.  In Bernard Grofman (Ed.) Race and Redistricting in the 1990s. New York:  Agathon Press, 51-67. PDF


(103)    Handley, Lisa, Bernard Grofman, and Wayne Arden.  1998.  Electing minority-preferred candidates to legislative office:  The relationship between minority percentages in districts and the election of minority-preferred candidates.  In Bernard Grofman (Ed.) Race and Redistricting in the 1990s.  New York:  Agathon Press, 13-39.  (An earlier and shorter version of this appeared as Wayne Arden, Bernard Grofman and Lisa Handley. The impact of redistricting on African-American representation in the U.S. Congress and State Legislatures in the 1990s. In Georgia Persons (ed.) Race and Representation.  Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.)  PDF


(102)       Regenwetter, Michel and Bernard Grofman.  1998.  Approval voting, Borda winners and Condorcet winners:  Evidence from seven elections.  Management Science,  44(4):520-533.   PDF

(101)   Regenwetter, Michel and Bernard Grofman.  1998.  Choosing subsets: A size-independent probabilistic model and the quest for a social welfare ordering, Social Choice and Welfare,
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(100)   Grofman, Bernard, William Koetzle, Thomas Brunell.  1997.  An integrated perspective on the three potential sources of partisan bias:  Malapportionment, turnout differences, and the geographic              distribution of party vote shares.  Electoral Studies, 16(4):457-470  PDF


(99)      Grofman, Bernard, Thomas Brunell, Janet Campagna.  1997.  Distinguishing between the effects of swing ratio and bias on outcomes in the U.S.electoral college, 1900-1992.  Electoral Studies,              16(4):471-487.  PDF

(98)      Owen, Guillermo and Bernard Grofman.  1997.  Estimating the likelihood of fallacious ecological inference: Linear ecological regression in the presence of context effects.  Political  Geography,                         16 (8):657-690.  PDF

 

(97)      Falmagne, Jean-Claude, Michel Regenwetter and Bernard Grofman.  1997.  A stochastic model for the evolution of preferences.  In Anthony J. Marley (ed.) Decision and   Measurement: Essays in Honor of R. Duncan Luce. 111-129.PDF


(96)      Merrill III, Samuel and Bernard Grofman.  1997.  Modeling large electorates with Fourier series: With applications to Nash equilibria in proximity and directional models of  spatial competition. Social               Choice and Welfare.  14(4):545-562.  PDF


(95)      Anderson, Richard and Bernard Grofman. 1997.  Rhetoric and rationality:  A study of democratization in the Soviet Union.  Public Choice, 93:287-314.  PDF


(94)      Grofman, Bernard and Peter van Roozendaal.  1997.  Modeling cabinet durability/cabinet termination.  A synthetic literature review and critique.  British Journal of Political Science 27:4190-451. PDF


(93)      Merrill, Samuel and Bernard Grofman.  1997.  Directional and proximity models of voter utility and choice: a new synthesis and an illustrative test of competing models. Journal of Theoretical  Politics,              9 (1):25-48.  PDF

(92)      Grofman, Bernard.  1997.  The Supreme Court, the Voting Rights Act, and minority representation.  In Anthony Peacock (Ed.), Affirmative Action and Representation: Shaw v. Reno and the Future of Voting Rights.  Durham NC: Carolina Academic Press, 173-199.

(91)      Grofman, Bernard.  1996.  Political Economy:  Downsian Perspectives. In Robert Goodin and Hans-Dieter Klingemann (Eds.)  New Handbook of Political Science. New York and London:  Oxford University Press, 691-701.

(90)      Grofman, Bernard, Phillip Straffin and Nicholas Noviello.  1996.  The sequential dynamics of cabinet formation, stochastic error, and a test of competing models. In Norman Schofield (Ed.) Collective Decision Making: Choice and Political Economy. Boston: Kluwer‑Nijhoff, 281-293.

 

(89)     Grofman, Bernard.  1996.  Extending a dynamic model of protocoalition formation.  In Norman Schofield (Ed.), Collective Decision Making:  Social Choice and Political Economy.  Boston: Kluwer‑Nijhoff, 265-280. PDF

 

(88)      Grofman, Bernard and Lisa Handley.  1995.  1990s Issues in voting rights.  University of Mississippi Law Journal, 65(2):205-270.  PDF

 

(87)      Landa, Janet, Michael Copeland and Bernard Grofman.  1995.  Ethnic voting patterns: a case study of metropolitan Toronto.  Political Geography, 14(5):435-449. PDF

     
(86)       Grofman, Bernard and Peter van Roozendaal.  1995.  Toward a theoretical explanation of premature cabinet termination.  European Journal   of  Political Research, 26:155-170.  PDF

   

(85)      Grofman, Bernard.  1995.  New methods for valid ecological inference.  In Monroe Eagles (Ed.), Spatial and Contextual Models in Political  Research.  London: Taylor and Francis, 127-149. PDF

 

(84)      Skaperdas, Stergios and Bernard Grofman.  1995.  Modeling negative campaigning.  American Political Science Review, 89(1):49-61. PDF


(83)      Glazer, Amihai, Robert Griffin, Bernard Grofman and Martin Wattenberg.  1995.  Strategic vote delay in the U.S. House of Representatives. Legislative Studies Quarterly, 20(1):37-45. PDF

  

(82)      Handley, Lisa and Bernard Grofman.  1994.  The Impact of the Voting Rights Act on Minority Representation: Black Officeholding in Southern State Legislatures and Congressional Delegations.  In Davidson, Chandler and Bernard Grofman (Eds.), Quiet Revolution in the South: The Impact of the Voting Rights Act, 1965-1990. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 335-350. PDF       

   

(81)      Grofman, Bernard and Chandler Davidson.  1994.  The effect of municipal election structure on black representation in eight Southern states.  In Davidson, Chandler and Bernard Grofman (Eds.), Quiet Revolution in the South: The Impact of the Voting Rights Act, 1965-1990. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 301-334.  PDF


(80)      Brischetto, Robert, David R. Richards, Chandler Davidson, and Bernard Grofman.  1994.  Texas.  In Davidson, Chandler and Bernard Grofman (Eds.), Quiet Revolution in the South: The Impact of the Voting Rights Act, 1965-1990. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 233-257.  PDF


(79)      Grofman, Bernard.  1993.  Public Choice, Civic Republicanism, and American Politics:  Perspectives of a "Reasonal Choice" Modeler.  Texas Law Review 71:1541-1587. PDF  Figure1 PDF Figure

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(78)       Grofman, Bernard.  1993.  The use of ecological regression to estimate racial bloc voting.  University of San Francisco Law Review, 27(3):     593-625. PDF


(77)      Grofman, Bernard.  1993.  Toward an institution rich theory of political competition, with a supply-side component.  In Bernard Grofman (Ed.), Information, Participation, and Choice: An Economic Theory of Democracy' in Perspective.  Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press, 179-193.   PDF

   

(76)     Grofman, Bernard.  1993.  Would Vince Lombardi have been right if he had said, `When it comes to redistricting, race isn't everything, it's the only thing'?  Cardozo Law Review, 14(5):1237-1276.      PDF


(75)     Grofman, Bernard.  1992. What happens after one person-one vote: Implications of the U.S. experience for Canada" in John Courtney and David Smith (Eds.), Drawing Boundaries, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan: Fifth House Publishers, 156-178; translated into French, Que se passe-t-il après “une personne, une voix”?  L’expérience Américaine, for Chief Electoral Officer of Canada, Elections Canada.).  An earlier and shorter version appeared as “An expert witness perspective on continuing and emerging voting rights controversies: From one person, one vote to political gerrymandering.”  Stetson University Law Review, 1992, 21(3):783-818.  PDF

 
(74)      Grofman, Bernard.  1992.  Expert witness testimony and the evolution of voting rights case law.  In Bernard Grofman and Chandler Davidson (eds) Controversies in Minority Voting:  The Voting Rights Act in Perspective.  Washington D.C.:  The Brookings Institution, 197-229. PDF
           

(73)      Grofman, Bernard and Scott L. Feld.  1992.  Group decision making over multidimensional objects of choice, Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, 52:39-63. PDF


(72)     Grofman, Bernard and Lisa Handley. 1992.  Identifying and remedying racial gerrymandering. Journal of Law and Politics, 8(2):345‑404. PDF

    

(71)     Grofman, Bernard.  1991.  Statistics without substance: A critique of Freedman et al. and Clark and Morrison.  Evaluation Review, 15(6): 746‑769.  PDF


(70)      Feld, Scott L. and Bernard Grofman.  1991.  Incumbency advantage, voter loyalty and the benefit of the doubt.  Journal of Theoretical Politics, 3(2):115‑137. PDF


(69)      Grofman, Bernard, and Lisa Handley.  1991.  The impact of the Voting Rights Act on black representation in southern state legislatures.  Legislative Studies Quarterly, 16(1):111‑127. PDF


(68)      Hall, Richard L. and Bernard Grofman.  1990.  The committee assignment process and the conditional nature of committee bias.  American Political Science Review,   84(4):1149‑1166.  PDF                             

(67)      Feld, Scott L. and Bernard Grofman.  1990.  Collectivities as actors, Rationality and Society, 2(4):429‑448. PDF


(66)      Niemi, Richard G., Bernard Grofman, Carl Carlucci and Thomas Hofeller.  1990.  Measuring compactness and the role of a competent standard in a test for partisan and racial                                      gerrymandering. Journal of Politics, 52(4):1155‑1181.  PDF


(65)      Erfle, Stephen, Henry McMillan and Bernard Grofman.  1990.  Regulation via threats:  politics, media coverage and oil pricing decisions.  Public Opinion Quarterly, 54(1):48‑63.
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(64)     Grofman, Bernard N.  1990.  Toward a coherent theory of gerrymandering: Bandemer and Thornburg.  In Bernard Grofman (Ed.), Political Gerrymandering and the Courts.  New York:                 Agathon  Press, 29‑63. PDF


(63)      Grofman, Bernard and Barbara Norrander.  1990.  Efficient use of reference group cues in a single dimension.  Public Choice, 64:213‑227. PDF


(62)      Miller, Nicholas, Bernard Grofman and Scott L. Feld.  1989.  The geometry of majority rule.  Journal of Theoretical Politics, 1(4):379‑406. PDF


(61)      Erfle, Stephen, Henry McMillan and Bernard Grofman.  1989.  Testing the regulatory threat hypothesis: Media coverage of the energy crisis

            and petroleum pricing in the late 1970s.  American Politics Quarterly, 17(2):132‑152. PDF

(60)      Feld, Scott L., Bernard Grofman and Nicholas Miller.  1989.  Limits on agenda control in spatial voting games.  Mathematical and Computer Modelling, 12(4/5):405‑416. (Reprinted in Paul E.                       Johnson (Ed.), Mathematical Modelling in Political Science.  Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1989.)  PDF

(59)      Grofman, Bernard and Lisa Handley.  1989.  Black representation: Making sense of electoral geography at different levels of government. Legislative Studies Quarterly, 14(2):265‑279. PDF

(58)      Grofman, Bernard, Scott L. Feld and Guillermo Owen.  1989.  Finagle's law and the Finagle point, a new solution concept for two‑candidate competition in spatial voting games.  American Journal of              Political Science, 33(2):348‑375. PDF

(57)      Grofman, Bernard and Michael Migalski.  1988.  Estimating the extent of racially polarized voting in multicandidate elections.  Sociological Methods and Research, 16(4):427‑454. PDF

(56)      Feld, Scott L. and Bernard Grofman.  1988.  Ideological consistency as a collective phenomenon.  American Political Science Review, 82(3):64‑75. PDF
    

(55)      Brace, Kimball, Bernard Grofman, Lisa Handley, and Richard Niemi. 1988.  Minority voting equality: The 65 percent rule in theory and practice. Law and Policy, 10(1):43‑62. PDF

(54)      Grofman, Bernard and Scott L. Feld.  1988.  Rousseau's general will: A Condorcetian perspective.  American Political Science Review, 82(2):567‑576.  (Reprinted in J. Paul Johnston and Harvey                   Pasis (Eds.), Representation and Electoral Systems: Canadian Perspectives, NJ: Prentice Hall of Canada, 1990.  Translated and reprinted in abridged form as La volonte generale de Rousseau:                       perspective Condorceene.  In P. Crepel and C. Gilain (Eds.), des Actes du Colloque International Condorcet. Paris:  Editions Minerve, 1989.)  (Reprinted in Literature Criticism, Vol. 104, Warren,             MI:  Gale Group; also reprinted in John T. Scott (ed) Jean Jacques Rousseau:  Critical Assessments of Leading Political Philosophers, Routledge, 2006) PDF

(53)      Schofield, Norman, Bernard Grofman and Scott L. Feld.  1988.  The core and the stability of group choice in spatial voting games.  American Political Science Review, 82)(1):195‑211.  PDF

(52)      Owen, Guillermo and Bernard N. Grofman.  1988.  Optimal partisan gerrymandering.  Political Geography Quarterly, 7(1):5‑22. PDF

(51)      Feld, Scott L. and Bernard Grofman.  1987.  Necessary and sufficient conditions for a majority winner in n‑dimensional spatial voting games: An intuitive geometric approach.  American Journal of    
             Political Science, 32(4):709‑728. PDF

(50)      Feld, Scott L., Bernard Grofman, Richard Hartley, Mark O. Kilgour and Nicholas Miller.  1987.  The uncovered set in spatial voting games.  Theory and Decision, 23:129‑156. PDF

(49)      Glazer, Amihai, Bernard Grofman and Marc Robbins.  1987.  Partisan and incumbency effects of 1970s congressional redistricting.  American Journal of Political Science, 30(3):680‑701. (Reprinted              in Susan A. McManus (Ed.), Reapportionment and Representation in Florida, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin:  Paladin House, 1991.) PDF

(48)      Grofman, Bernard N.  Models of voting.  1987.  In Samuel Long (Ed.), Micropolitics Annual, Greenwich, CT:  JAI Press, 31‑61. PDF


(47)      Grofman, Bernard, Guillermo Owen, Nicholas Noviello and Amihai Glazer.  1987.  Stability and centrality of legislative choice in the spatial   context.  American Political Science Review,     81(2):539‑553. PDF

(46)      Brace, Kimball, Bernard Grofman and Lisa Handley.  1987.  Does redistricting aimed to help blacks necessarily help Republicans?  Journal of Politics, 49:143‑156.  (Reprinted in Ann M. Bowman                 and R.C. Kearney, State and Local Government.  Boston, MA: Houghton Miflin, 1990.) PDF

(45)      Feld, Scott L. and Bernard Grofman.  1986.  On the possibility of faithfully representative committees.  American Political Science Review, 80(3):863‑879.  PDF

(44)      Uhlaner, Carole and Bernard Grofman.  1986.  The race may be close but my horse is going to win: Wish fulfillment in the 1980 Presidential election.  Political Behavior, 8(2):101‑129.


(43)      Niemi, Richard, Jeffrey Hill and Bernard Grofman.  1985.  The impact of multimember districts on party representation in U.S. state legislatures.  Legislative Studies Quarterly, 10(4):441‑455. PDF

  

(42) Taagepera, Rein and Bernard Grofman.  1985.  Rethinking Duverger's Law: Predicting the effective number of parties in plurality and PR systems‑‑parties minus issues equals one.  European Journal of Political Research, 13:341‑352.  (Reprinted in J. Paul Johnston and Harvey E. Pasis (Eds.).  Representation and Electoral Systems: Canadian Perspectives.  Englewood City, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 1988.)   PDF


(41)      Grofman, Bernard and Carole Uhlaner.  1985.  Metapreferences and reasons for stability in social choice: Thoughts on broadening and clarifying the debate.  Theory and Decision, 19:31‑50. PDF


(40)       Grofman, Bernard N.  Criteria for districting: A social science perspective.  1985.  UCLA Law Review, 33(1):77‑184.  PDF


(39)      Grofman, Bernard N., Michael Migalski, and Nicholas Noviello.  1985.  The `totality of circumstances' test in Section 2 of the 1982 extension of the Voting Rights Act: A social science perspective.  Law and Policy, 7(2):209‑223.  PDF

(38)      Shapley, Lloyd S. and Bernard N. Grofman.  1984.  Optimizing group judgmental accuracy in the presence of interdependencies.  Public Choice, 43(3):329‑343. PDF


(37)      Owen, Guillermo and Bernard N. Grofman.  1984.  To vote or not to vote:  The paradox of nonvoting.  Public Choice, 42:311‑325. PDF


(36)      Feld, Scott L. and Bernard N. Grofman.  1984.  The accuracy of group majority decisions in groups with added members.  Public Choice, 42: 273‑285. PDF


(35)      Glazer, Amihai, Deborah Glazer and Bernard Grofman.  1984.  Cumulative voting in corporate elections:  Introducing straategy into the equations.  South Carolina Law Review, 35(2):295-309.  PDF

(34)      Grofman, Bernard N.  1984.  The general irrelevance of the zero sum assumption in the legislative context.  In Manfred Holler (Ed.), Coalitions and Collective Action.  Wuerzburg: Physica‑Verlag, 100‑112.  PDF

(33)      Owen, Guillermo and Bernard N. Grofman.  1984.  Coalitions and power in political situations.  In Manfred Holler (Ed.), Coalitions and Collective Action.  Wuerzburg: Physica‑Verlag, 137‑143. PDF

 

(32)      Grofman, Bernard N. and Janet Landa.  1983.  The development of trading networks among spatially separated traders as a process of proto‑coalition formation: the Kula trade.  Social Networks, 5:347‑365. PDF


(31)      Grofman, Bernard.  1983.  Measures of bias and proportionality in seats votes relationships.  Political Methodology. 9:295-327.  PDF


(30)      Grofman, Bernard N., Guillermo Owen and Scott L. Feld.  1983.  Thirteen theorems in search of the truth.  Theory and Decision, 15:261‑278. PDF

(29)           Grofman, Bernard N. and Guillermo Owen.  1982.  A game theoretic approach to measuring degree of centrality in social networks.  Social Networks, 4:213‑224.  PDF


(28)     Grofman, Bernard N. and Howard Scarrow.  1982.  Current issues in reapportionment.  Law and Policy Quarterly, 4(4): 435‑474. PDF

(27)      Grofman, Bernard N.  1982.  Reformers, politicians and the courts:  A preliminary look at U.S. redistricting in the 1980s.  Political Geography Quarterly, 1(4):303‑316. PDF

     

(26)     Grofman, Bernard N., Scott L. Feld, and Guillermo Owen.  1982.  Evaluating the competence of experts, pooling individual judgements into a collective choice, and delegating decision responsibility to subgroups.  In Felix Geyer and Hans van der Zouwen (Eds.), Dependence and Inequality.  NY: Pergamon Press, 221‑238. PDF

 

(25)      Grofman, Bernard N. 1982.   A dynamic model of protocoalition formation in ideological n‑space. Behavioral Science, 27:77‑90. PDF

     

(24)      Landa, Janet, and Bernard N. Grofman.  1981.  Games of breach and the role of contract law in protecting the expectation interest.  Research in Law and Economics Annual, 3:67‑90.  PDF

     

(23)    Taagepera, Rein and Bernard N. Grofman.  1981.  Effective size and number of components.  Sociological Methods and Research, 10:63‑81.  PDF

 

(22)     Grofman, Bernard N.  1981.  Alternatives to single‑member plurality districts:  Legal and empirical issues.  Policy Studies Journal, 9(3): 875‑898.  (Reprinted in Bernard Grofman, Arend Lijphart, Robert McKay and Howard Scarrow (Eds.), Representation and Redistricting Issues.  Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1982, 107‑128.  PDF


(21)    Grofman, Bernard N. and Howard Scarrow.  1981.  Weighted voting in New York. Legislative Studies Quarterly, 6(2):287‑304. PDF

   

(20)    Weisberg, Herbert and Bernard N. Grofman.  1981.  Candidate evaluations and turnout.  American Politics Quarterly, 9(2):197‑219.  PDF

  

(19)    Grofman, Bernard N. 1981.  The Theory of Committees and Elections:  The Legacy of Duncan Black. In Gordon Tullock (Ed) Towards a Science of Politics:  Essays in Honor of Duncan Black. PDF

    

(18)    Grofman, Bernard N.  1981.  Mathematical models of juror and jury decision making: the state of the art.  In Bruce D. Sales (Ed.), Perspectives in Law and Psychology, Volume II:  The Trial Processes.  NY: Plenum, 305‑351. PDF

   

(17)     Grofman, Bernard N., and Howard Scarrow.  1980.  Mathematics, social science and the law.  In Michael J. Saks and Charles H. Baron (Eds.), The Use/Nonuse/Misuse of Applied Social Research in the Courts. Cambridge, MA:  Abt. Associates, 117‑127. PDF


(16)    Grofman, Bernard N.  1980.  The slippery slope: Jury size and jury verdict requirements‑‑legal and social science approaches.  Law and Politics Quarterly, 2(3):285‑304.  PDF

      

(15)           Grofman, Bernard N.  1980.  Jury decision‑making models and the Supreme Court:  The jury cases from Williams v. Florida to Ballew v. Georgia. Policy Studies Journal, 8(5):749‑772. PDF

    

(14)     Grofman, Bernard N.  1980.  A preliminary model of jury decision making.  In Gordon Tullock (Ed.), Frontiers of Economics, Vol. 3, 98‑110. PDF

   

(13)      Grofman, Bernard N., and Howard Scarrow.  1979.  Iannucci and its aftermath: The application of the Banzhaf Criterion to weighted voting in the State of New York.  In Steven Brams, Andrew Schotter and Gerhard Schwodiauer (Eds.), Applied Game Theory.  Vienna:  Physica‑Verlag, 168‑183. PDF

(12)      Grofman, Bernard N.  1978.  Judgmental competence of individuals and groups in a dichotomous choice situation.  Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 6(1):47‑60.  PDF


  

(11)    Grofman, Bernard N., and Jonathan Pool.  1977.  How to make cooperation the optimizing strategy in a two‑person game. Journal of Mathematical Sociology 5(2): l73‑l86.  PDF

     
(10)      Grofman, Bernard N.  1977.  Jury decision‑making models.  In Stuart Nagel (Ed.), Modeling the Criminal Justice System, Sage Criminal Justice Systems Annuals, Vol. 7, Beverly Hills: Sage   Publications, l9l‑203. PDF
 

(9)        Grofman, Bernard N.  1976.  Not necessarily twelve and not necessarily unanimous:  Evaluating the impact of Williams v. Florida and Johnson v. Louisiana.  In Gordon Bermant, Charlan Nemeth and Neil Vidmar (Eds.), Psychology and the Law:  Research Frontiers.  Lexington, MA:  D.C. Heath, l49‑l68.   PDF

      

(8)       Grofman, Bernard N., and Jonathan Pool.  1975.  Bayesian models for iterated prisoner's dilemma games.  General Systems, 20:l85‑l94.  PDF


(7)      
Grofman, Bernard N.  1975.  A review of macro‑election systems.  In Rudolph Wildenmann (Ed.), German Political Yearbook (Sozialwissenschaftliches Jahrbuch fur Politik), Vol. 4, Munich                         Germany:  Gunter Olzog Verlag, 303‑352. PDF
  

(6)      Mackelprang, A. J., Bernard N. Grofman, and N. Keith Thomas.  Electoral change and stability:  Some new perspectives.  1975.  American Politics Quarterly, 3(3):3l5‑339. PDF


(5)         Grofman, Bernard N.  1975.  The prisoner's dilemma game:  Paradox reconsidered.  In Gordon Tullock (Ed.), Frontiers of Economics, 1:101-119. PDF


(4)       Grofman, Bernard N., and Gerald Hyman.  1974.  The logical foundations of ideology.  Behavioral Science, l9:225‑237. PDF


(3)       Grofman, Bernard N.  1974.  Helping behavior and group size, some exploratory stochastic models. Behavioral Science, l9:2l9‑224. PDF

(2)      Grofman, Bernard N., and Gerald Hyman.  1973.  Probability and logic in belief systems.  Theory and Decision, 4:l79‑l95. PDF


(1)      Grofman, Bernard N., and Edward Muller.  1973.  The strange case of relative gratification and potential for political violence:  The V‑curve.  American Political Science Review, 67:5l4‑539. PDF

RESEARCH NOTES

(R113) Grofman, Bernard. 2012. "Electoral Systems." IPSA Handbook, 49-56. PDF.

(R112) Grofman, Bernard.  2010. "Constraints on the turnout gap between high and low knowledge (or income) voters: Combining the Duncan-Davis method of bounds with the Taagepera method of bounds" Electorial Studies, 1-5. PDF

(R110) Grofman, Bernard and Reuben Kline.  2010. "Evaluating the Impact of Vice Presidential Selection on Voter Choice." Presidential Studies Quarterly, 303-309. PDF

(R109) Grofman, Bernard. “Determinants of Political Science Faculty Salaries at the University of California.” Political Science & Politics, 719-727.  PDF

(R108) Grofman, Bernard and Matt A. Barreto.  2009. “A Reply to Zax’s (2002) Critique of Grofman and Migalski (1988):   Double Equation Approaches to Ecological Inference When the Independent Variable is Misspecified.” Sociological Methods & Research 37:(4) 599-617. PDF

(R107) Lemennicier, B., Lescieux-Katir H., and Bernard Grofman. 2008. “When Does the Candidate Supported by the Median Voter Win?  French Presidential Elections, 1965-2007.”  French Politics, (6) 388-394.  PDF


(R106)  Brunell, Thomas and Bernard Grofman. 2008.  The Partisan Consequences of Baker v. Carr and the ‘One Person, One Vote’ Revolution.. In Handley, Lisa and Bernard Grofman (Eds,), Redistricting in Comparative Perspective. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 225-236.  PDF


(R105) Grofman, Bernard.  2008. "A taxonomy of runoff methods."  Electoral Studies 27: 395-399.  An earlier version of  this paper was presented at a conference in Montreal in 2006. PDF

(R104) Fowler, James H., Grofman, Bernard and Natalie Masuoka. 2007. "Social Networks in Political Science: Hiring and Placement of Ph.D.s, 1960-2002." PS:  Political Science & Politics 40:(4) 729-739.

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(R103) Frankel, Jon and Bernard Grofman. 2007. "The Merits of New-Downsian Modeling of the Alternative Vote: A Reply to Horowitz."  Public Choice 133:1-11. PDF

(R102) Masuoka, Natalie, Bernard Grofman and Scott L. Feld.  2007.  "Ranking Departments: A Comparison of Alternative Approaches."  PS: Political Science & Politics 40:531-537.  PDF

(R101) Masuoka, Natalie, Bernard Grofman and Scott L. Feld. 2007.  "Production and Placement of Ph.D's: 1902-2000." PS:  Political Science & Politics 40:(4) 361-366.
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(R100)   Masuoka, Natalie, Bernard Grofman and Scott Feld.  2007.  "The Political Science 400:  A 20-Year Update."  PS:  Political Science & Politics 40(1):133-145.  PDF

(R99)     Grofman, Bernard. 2007. "toward a science of politics?" European Political Science 6: 143-155.  PDF

(R98)   Feld, Scott L. and Bernard Grofman.  2007.  "The Laakso-Taagepera Index in a Mean and Variance Framework.  Journal of Theoretical Politics 19:101-106.  PDF

(R97)   Grofman, Bernard. 2006.   “The Impacts of Electoral Laws on Political Parties.”  In Weingast, Barry R. and Donald Wittman (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Political Economy.  New York and                 London:  Oxford University Press, 102-118PDF

(R96)   Fraenkel, Jonathan and Bernard Grofman.  2005.  "Editor's Introduction - Special Issue:  Political Culture, Representation and Electoral Systems in the Pacific Islands."  Commonwealth and                Comparative Politics., Fraenkel, Jon and Bernard Grofman, Eds. 43 (3):261-275.  PDF

(R95)   Grofman, Bernard and Scott Feld.  2005.  “Thinking about the political impacts of the Electoral College.”  Public Choice, 123:1-18.  PDF

(R94)  Johnston, Gregory, Leonard Ray, Scott Feld, and Bernard Grofman. 2004. "The Impacts of Voting Rules on Acceding EU Member States."  Reprinted in Geoffrey Brennan (Ed.) Coercive Power and its Allocation in the Emergent Europe. 2005. 103-117.  PDF

(R93)  Grofman, Bernard. 2004.  "Rein Taagepera's Approach to the Study of Electoral Systems."  Journal of Baltic Studies 35(2): 167-185. PDF


(R92)   Grofman, Bernard and Scott L. Feld.  2004.  If you like the alternative vote (a.k.a. the instant runoff) then you ought to know about the Coombs Rule.  Electoral Studies 23:641-659.  PDF


(R91)   Ray, Leonard, Scott L. Feld and Bernard Grofman.  2003.  Implications of Expansion of the European Union for Decisions Within the EU Council.  Rivista Italiana di Politiche Pubbliche., vols. 2-3:37-58. (Published in Italian)  PDF

 

(R90)   Regenwetter, Michel, Bernard Grofman and Anthony Marley.  2002.  "On the model dependence of majority preference relations reconstructed from ballot or survey data."  Mathematical Social Sciences 43(3):451-466.  PDF



(R89)   Grofman, Bernard, William Koetzle, Samuel Merrill, and Thomas Brunell.  2001.  "Changes in the location of the median voter in the U.S. House of Representatives, 1963-1996.Public Choice, 106(3-4):221-232.  PDF

(R88)   Grofman, Bernard.  2000.  Civil rights, the Constitution, common decency and common sense.  In Bernard Grofman (ed.), Legacies of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 219-230.  PDF

 

(R87)   Grofman, Bernard, Evald Mikkel, and Rein Taagepera.  2000.  Fission and fusion of parties in Estonia, 1987-1999.  Journal of Baltic Studies, 31(4): 329-357. PDF


(R86)   Grofman, Bernard, Evald Mikkel, and Rein Taagepera.  1999. Electoral systems change in Estonia, 1989-1993.  The Journal of Baltic Studies, 30(3):227-249.PDF


(R85)   Brunell, Thomas, William Koetzle, John DiNardo, Bernard Grofman and Scott Feld.  1999.  "The R2 = .93:  Where do they differ?  Comparing liberal and conservtive interest group ratings.  Legislative Studies Quarterly, 14:87-101.  PDF


(R84)   Arrrington, Theodore S. and Bernard Grofman.  1999.  "Party registration choices as a function of geographic distribution of partisanship:  A model of "hiddne partisanship" and an illustrative ttest.  Political Geography 18(2):173-185.  PDF


(R83)   Grofman, Bernard, Samuel Merrill, Thomas Brunell and William Koetzle.  1999.  "The potential electoral disadvantages of a catch-all party:  Ideological variance among Republicans and Democrats in the 50 U.S. states.  Party Politics 5(2):199-210.  PDF

(R82)   Grofman, Bernard.  1999.  Preface: Methodological steps toward the study of embedded institutions.  In Bernard Grofman, Sung-Chull Lee, Edwin Winckler, and Brian Woodall (Eds.) Elections in Japan, Korea and Taiwan under the Single Non-Transferable Vote: The ComparativeStudy of an Embedded Institution. Ann Arbor, MI:  University of Michigan Press, ix-xvii.  PDF


(R81)   Grofman, Bernard, Robert Griffin and Christian Collet.  1998.  "Analyzing the turnout-competition link with aggregate cross-sectional data."  Public Choice 95:233-246.  PDF


(R80)   Merrill, Samuel and Bernard Grofman.  1998.  "Conceptualizing voter choice for directional and discounting models of two-candidate spatial competition in terms of shadow candidates."  Public Choice, 95:219-231.  PDF

(R79)   Grofman, Bernard and Lisa Handley.  Voting Rights in the 1990s:  An Overview.   1998.  In Bernard Grofman (Ed.) Race and Redistricting in the 1990s.  New York:  Agathon Press, 69-79. (An earlier and shorter version of this appeared as Bernard Grofman, The 1990s round of redistricting: A schematic outline of some key features. In Georgia Persons (ed.) Race and Representation.  New Brunswick NJ:  Transaction Publishers). PDF


(R78)   Brunell, Thomas and Bernard Grofman.  1998.  "Explaining divided U.S. Senate delegations, 1788-1994."  American Political Science Review 92(2):1-9.  PDF


(R77)   Grofman, Bernard, Thomas L. Burnell, and William Koetzle.  1998.  "Why is there sometimes midterm gain in the Senate but (almost) always midterm loss in the house?  Legislative Studies Quarterly 23(1):79-89  PDF


(R76)   Hanks, Christopher and Bernard Grofman.  1998.  "Turnout in gubernatorial and senatorial primary and general elections in the South, 1922-1990:  A rational choice model of the effects of short-run and long-run electoral competition on turnout.  Public Choice 94:407-421.  PDF

  

(R75)   Grofman, Bernard.  1997.  Seven durable axes of cleavage in political science.  In Kristen Monroe (Ed.), Contemporary Empirical Political Theory.  Berkeley: University of California Press, 73-86. PDF


(R74)   Feld, Scott L. and Bernard Grofman.  1996.  "Stability induced by no quibbling."  Group Decision and Negotiation 5:283-294.  PDF


(R73)   Grofman, Bernard and Andrew Reynolds.  1996.  "Modeling the dropoff between minority population share and the size of the minority electorate in situations of differential voter eligibility across groups."  Electoral Studies 15(2):255-261.  PDF

(R72)   Grofman, Bernard and Neil Sutherland.  1996.  Gubernatorial term limits and term lengths in historical perspective, 1790-1990.  In B. Grofman (Ed.) Legislative Term Limits: Public Choice Perspectives.  Boston:  Kluwer, 279-287. PDF


(R71)   Grofman, Bernard and Neil Sutherland.  1996.  The effect of term limits when competition is endogenized: A preliminary model.  In Bernard Grofman (ed.), Legislative Term Limits: Public Choice Perspectives.  Boston: Kluwer, 175-182.  PDF

(R70)   Grofman, Bernard, Robert Griffin and Gregory Berry.  1995.  "House members who become senators:  Learning from a 'natural experiment' in representation."  Legislative Studies Quarterly 20(4):513-529.  PDF


(R69)   Grofman, Bernard and Lisa Handley.  1995.  Racial context, the 1968 Wallace vote, and Southern presidential dealignment: Evidence from North Carolina and elsewhere.  In Munroe Eagles (Ed.), Spatial and Contextual Models in Political Research.  London: Taylor and Francis, 151-162. PDF
 

(R68)   Davidson, Chandler and Bernard Grofman.  1994.  The Voting Rights Act and the Second Reconstruction.  In Chandler Davidson and Bernard Grofman (eds.), Quiet Revolution in the South: The Impact of the Voting Rights Act, 1965-1990. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 378-387. PDF

(R67)   Davidson, Chandler and Bernard Grofman.  1994.  Editors' Introduction.  In Chandler Davidson,  and Bernard Grofman (eds.), Quiet Revolution in the South: The Impact of the Voting Rights Act, 1965-1990. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 3-17.  PDF


(R66)   Grofman, Bernard.  1993.  Voting rights in a multi-ethnic world.  Chicano-Latino Law Review 13(15):15-37.  PDF

(R65)   Wattenberg, Martin P. and Bernard Grofman. 1993. " A Rational Choice Model of the President and Vice-President as a Package Deal."  In Grofman, Bernard (Ed.) Information, Participation, and Choice: An Economic Theory of Democracy in Perspective. The University of Michigan Press. PDF

(R64)   Grofman, Bernard and Julie Withers.  1993.  Information pooling models of electoral competition.  In Bernard Grofman (ed.), Information, Participation and Choice: “An Economic Theory of Democracy” in Perspective.  Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press, 55-64. PDF


(R63)   Grofman, Bernard.  1993. Editor's Introduction.  In Bernard Grofman (ed.) Information, Participation and Choice: “An Economic Theory of Democracy” in Perspective.  Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press, 1-13. PDF


(R62)   Grofman, Bernard.  1992.  Meeting Dynamics.  In Gregory Phifer (ed.), Readings in Parliamentary Law. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt, 53-58; reprinted from 1977 Parliamentary Journal, 18. PDF


(R61)   Thomas, Scott and Bernard Grofman.  1993.  "The effects of congressional rules about bill co-sponsorship on duplicate bills:  Changing incentives for credit claiming.  Public Choice 75:93-98.  PDF


(R60)   Grofman, Bernard, Robert Griffin and Amihai Glazer.  1992.  "The effect of black population on electing Democrats and liberals to the House of Representatives."  Legislative Studies Quarterly 17(3):365-379.  PDF

(R59)   Grofman, Bernard and Chandler Davidson.  1992. Postscript: What is the best route to a color‑blind society?  In Bernard Grofman and Chandler Davidson (Eds.), Controversies in Minority Voting:  The Voting Rights Act in Perspective. Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution, 300-317. PDF


(R58)   Thomas, Scott and Bernard Grofman.  1992.  "Determinants of legislative success in House committees."  Public Choice 74:233-243.  PDF


(R57)   Feld, Scott and Bernard Grofman.  1992.  "Who's afraid of the big bad cycle?"  Journal of Theoretical Politics 4(2):231-237.  PDF


(R56)   Glazer, Amihai and Bernard  Grofman.  1992.  "A positive correlation between turnout and plurality does not refute the rational voter model.  Quality and Quanity, 26(1):85-93.  PDF


(R55)   Brady, David W. and Bernard Grofman.  1991.  "Modeling the determinants of swing ratio and bias in U.S. House elctions, 1850-1980.  Political Science Quarterly, 72(4):826-833.  PDF


(R54)   Grofman. Bernard.  1991.  Multivariate methods and the analysis of racially polarized voting:  Pitfalls in the use of social science by the courts."  Social Science Quarterly, 72(2):826-833.  PDF

(R53)   Feld, Scott L. and Bernard Grofman.  1991.  Voting in one's head as a source of nearly transitive preferences over multi‑dimensional issues. Annals of Operations Research, 23:257‑263.  PDF


(R52)   Brady, David and Bernard Grofman.  1991.  "Sectional diffferences in partisan bias and electoral responsiveness in U.S. House elections, 1850-1980.  British Journal of Political Science 21(2):247-256.  PDF


(R51)   Grofman, Bernard, Robert Griffin and Amihai Glazer.  1991.  "Is the Senate more liberal than the House?:  Another look.  Legislative Studies Quarterly, 16(2):281-295.  PDF


(R50)   Feld, Scott L. and Bernard Grofman.  1991.  "The half-win set and the geometry of spatial voting."  Public Choice 70:245-250.  PDF


(R49)   Miller, Nicholas, Bernard Grofman and Scott L. Feld.  1990.  "The structure of the Banks set."  Public Choice 66:243-250.  PDF


(R48)   Campagna, Janet and Bernard Grofman.  1990.  "Party control and partisan bias in 1980's congressional redistricting.  Journal of Politics 2(2):1242-1257.  PDF


(R47)   Grofman, Bernard.  1990.  Investing in knowledge production:  Should political scientists be paid to think?  Journal of Theoretical Politics 2(2):231-236.  PDF

(R46)   Grofman, Bernard N.  1990.  Introduction.  In Bernard Grofman (ed.), Political Gerrymandering and the Courts.  NY: Agathon Press, 3‑9. PDF


(R45)   Miller, Nicholas, Bernard Grofman and Scott L. Feld.  1990.  Cycle avoiding trajectories, strategic agendas, and the duality of memory and foresight:  An informal exposition.  Public Choice 64:265-277.  PDF

(R44) Grofman, Bernard, Robert Griffin and Amihai Glazer.  1990.   Identical geography, different party: A natural experiment on the magnitude of party differences in the U.S. Senate, 1960‑84.  In Johnston, R.J., F.M. Shelley and P.J. Taylor (Eds.), Developments in Electoral Geography.  London: Routledge,  207‑217.  PDF

(R43)   Bernard Grofman and Scott L. Feld.  1989.  Democratic theory and the public interest:  Condorcet and Rousseau revisited.  American Political Science Review, 83(4): 1328‑1340.  PDF


(R42)   Grofman, Bernard and Lisa Book Notes.  1989.  Minority population proportion and Black and Hispanic congressional success in the 1970s and 1980s. American Politics Quarterly, 17(4):436‑445.  PDF


(R41)   Glazer, Amihai and Bernard Grofman.  1989.  Must liberals always vote for liberals, and need the more competent candidate always be preferred?  British Journal of Political Science                 19(1):154-159.  PDF


(R40)   Klingemann, Hans-Dieter, Bernard Grofman and Janet Campagna.  1989.  The political science 400: Citations by Ph.D. cohort and by Ph.D-granting institutions.  PS:  Political Science and Politics 22(2): 258-270.  PDF

  

(R39) Glazer, Amihai, Bernard Grofman and Guillermo Owen.  1989.  A model of candidate convergence under uncertainty about voter preferences. Mathematical and Computer Modelling, 12(4/5):437‑450, reprinted in Paul E. Johnson (Ed.), Mathematical Modelling in Political Science. Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1989.  PDF

 

(R38)   Grofman, Bernard.  1989.   Introduction.  In Bernard Grofman and Donald Wittman (Eds.), The `Federalist Papers' and the New Institutionalism. NY: Agathon Press, 7‑9. PDF


(R37)   Grofman, Bernard.  1989.  The compartive analysis of coalition formation and duration:  Distinguishing beteen-country and withi-country effects.  British Journal of Political Science, 19:291-302.  PDF


(R36)   Owen, Guillermo, Bernard Grofman and Scott L. Feld.  1989.  Proving a distribution-free generalization of the Condorcet jury theorem.  Mathematical Social Sciences 17:1-6.  PDF

(R35)   Grofman, Bernard and Scott L. Feld.  Toward a sociometric theory of representation.  In Manfred Kochen (Ed.), The Small World.  Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1988, 100‑107.  PDF


(R34)   Glazer, Amihai and Bernard Grofman.  1989.  Why representatives are ideologists though voters are not.  Public Choice 61:29-39.  PDF


(R33)   Grofman, Bernard.  1989.  Richard Nixon as Pinocchio, Richard II, and Santa Claus.  Journal of Politics 51(1):165-173. PDF


(R32)   Feld, Scott L. and Bernard Grofman.  1988.  The Borda count in n-dimensional issue space.  Public Choice 59:167-176.  PDF


(R31)   Feld, Scott L. and Bernard Grofman.  1988.  Majority rule outcomes and the structure of debate in one-issue-at-a-time decision making.  Public CHoice 59:239-252.  PDF


(R30)   Norrander, Barbara and Bernard Grofman.  1988.  A rational choice model of citizen participation in high and low commitment electoral activities.  Public Choice 57:187-192.  PDF


(R29)   Feld, Scott L., Bernard Grofman and Nicholas Miller.  1988.  Centripetal forces in spatial voting:  On the size of the yolk.  Public Choice 59:36-50.  PDF


(R28)   Glazer, Amihai and Bernard Grofman.  1988.  Limitations of the spatial model.  Public Choice 58:161-167.  PDF


(R27)   Owen, Guillermo and Bernard Grofman.  1987. A theorem on the optimal allocation of effort.  Revista Colombiana de Matematicas, Vol. 21 (1987) 201‑212.  PDF


(R26)   Glazer, Amihai and Bernard Grofman.  1987.  Two plus two plus two equals six:  Term lengths of representatives and senators.  Legislative Studies Quarterly 12(4):555-563.  PDF


(R25)   Feld, Scott L. and Bernard Grofman.  1986.  Partial single-peakedness:  an extension and clarification.  Public Choice 51:71-80.  PDF


(R24)   Grofman, Bernard N. and Scott L. Feld. 1986.  Determining optimal weights for expert judgment.  In Bernard Grofman and Guillermo Owen (Eds.), Information Pooling and Group Decision Making, Greenwich, CT:  JAI Press, 67‑172. PDF


(R23)   Grofman, Bernard N. and Guillermo Owen.  1986.  Condorcet models: Avenues for future research.  In Bernard Grofman and Guillermo Owen (Eds.), Information Pooling and Group Decision Making, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 93‑102. PDF


(R22)   Grofman, Bernard, Michael Migalski and Nicholas Noviello.  1986.  Effects of multimember districts on black representation in state legislatures.  Review of Black Political Economy 14(4):65-78.  PDF


(R21)   Grofman, Bernard N. and Arend Lijphart.   1986.  Introduction.  In Bernard Grofman and Arend Lijphart (Eds.), Electoral Laws and Their Political Consequences.  NY: Agathon, 1‑15. PDF


(R20)   Grofman, Bernard N.  1985.  The effect of restricted and unrestricted verdict options on juror choice.  Social Science Research, 14:195‑204. PDF


(R19)   Grofman, Bernard N.  1985.  The accuracy of group majorities for disjunctive and conjunctive decision tasks.  Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, 35:119‑123. PDF


(R18)   Grofman, Bernard N. and Nicholas Noviello.  1985.  Jai‑Alai outcomes as a function of player position and player skill level.  Simulation and Games, 16(2):211‑223. PDF


(R17)   Grofman, Bernard.  1985.  The neglected role of the status quo in models of issue voting.  Journal of Politics 47:2310237.  PDF


(R16)   Lijphart, Arend and Bernard Grofman.  1984.  Introduction.  In Arend Lijphart and Bernard Grofman (Eds.), Choosing an Electoral System. NY:  Praeger, 3‑12. PDF


(R15)   Grofman, Bernard N. and Scott L. Feld.  1984.  Group size and the performance of a composite group majority: Statistical truths and empirical results.  Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, 33:350‑359. PDF


(R14)   Grofman, Bernard N., Guillermo Owen and Scott L. Feld.  1982.  Average competence, variability in individual competence, and the accuracy of statistically pooled group decisions.  Psychological Reports, 50:683‑688.  PDF

 

(R13)   Brody, Richard and Bernard N. Grofman.  1982.  Stimulus differentiation vs. stimulus complexity as factors affecting turnout in two-candidate and multi-candidate races.  Political Behavior 4(1):83-92 PDF

(R12)   Grofman, Bernard N.  1982.  For single‑member districts, random is not equal.  In Bernard Grofman, Arend Lijphart, Robert McKay and Howard Scarrow (Eds.), Representation and Redistricting Issues, Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 55‑58. PDF

 

(R11)   Grofman, Bernard.  1981.  Fair and equal representation.  Ethics 91:477-485.  PDF


(R10)   Grofman, Bernard N. and Howard Scarrow.  1980/1981.  Introduction to `Special  Issue on Reapportionment.'  Policy Studies Journal, Special Issue 3(9) and 9(6):817‑825.  PDF


(R9)   Grofman, Bernard.  1981.  Fair apportionment and the Banzhaf index.  American Mathematical Monthly 88(1):1-5.  PDF

(R8)     Feld, Scott L. and Bernard N. Grofman.  1980.  Conflict of interest between faculty, students and administrators:  Consequences of the class size paradox.  In Gordon Tullock (Ed.), Frontiers of Economics, 3:111‑116. PDF


(R7)   Grofman, Bernard.  1979.  Absention in two-candidate and three-candidate elections when voters use mixed strategies.  Public Choice 34(2):189-200.  PDF

(R6)     Grofman, Bernard N.  1979.  A pilot study of individual behavior as mediated by the group context:  three‑ and five‑member mock juries. Experimental Study of Politics, 7:41‑54. PDF


(R5)    Feld, Scott L. and Bernard N. Grofman.  1977.  Variation in class size, the class size paradox, and some consequences for students.  Research in Higher Education, 6(3):2l5‑222. PDF


(R4)   Grofman Bernard and Scott L. Feld.  1976.  A note on clique avoidance in repeated jury selection from among a fixed pool of jurors:  Comparisons of manpower savings in six- and twelve-member juries.  Public Choice 26:145-150.  PDF

R3)      Pool, Jonathan and Bernard N. Grofman.  1975.  Computer programs as a means of efficiency and control in cross‑cultural experimental games. Experimental Study of Politics, 4(2):27‑57. PDF

 

(R2)   Grofman, Bernard.  1972.  The 1971 APSA elections.  PS 5(3): 278-289.  PDF


(R1)   Grofman, Bernard.  1969.  Some notes on voting schemes and the will of the majority.  Public Choice 7:65-80.  PDF




BOOK REVIEWS AND COMMUNICATIONS

(B114) Grofman, Bernard, Craig Leonard Brians, and Kristine Coulter. Taking the Temperature: Implications for Adoption of Election Day Registration, State-Level Voter Turnout, and Life Expectancy. PS. January 2012. PDF.
(B105) Grofman, Bernard, Shaun Bowler and Andre Blais. Editors Introduction. In Grofman, Bernard, Shaun Bowler, and Andre Blais (Eds.) 2009. Duvergers Law in Canada, India, the U.S. and the U.K. Berlin: Springer Verlag. 1-12. PDF
(B103) Grofman, Bernard and Lisa Handley. 2008. Editors Introduction. In Handley, Lisa and Bernard Grofman (Eds). Redistricting in Comparative Perspective. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 3-8. PDF
(B102) Wuffle, A. 2006. Uncle Wuffles Advice on Job Talks. PS: Political Science and Politics, 39: 883-886. PDF.
(B101) Fraenkel, Jonathan and Bernard Grofman. 2006. The Failure of the Alternative Vote as a Tool for Promoting Ethnic Moderation in Fiji. Comparative Political Studies, 39(5):663-666. PDF.
(B100) Grofman, Bernard and Michael Lewis-Beck. 2005. Elections Under the French Double-Ballot System: Guest Editors Introduction to the Minisymposium. French Politics, 3(2):93-97. PDF.
(B99) Gray, Mark M. and Bernard Grofman. 2005. Vindicating Anthony Downs. PS, 38(4): 737-740. (Reprinted in Sigelman et al. (Eds.), The Wit and Humor of Political Science. APSA, 2010.) PDF.
(B98) Grofman, Bernard. 2005. Contribution and Spending Limits for Initiatives or Other Ballot Propositions: What Evidence is Needed to Justify a Particular Regulatory Regime? Southern California Law Review, 78: 927-937. PDF.
(B97) Grofman, Bernard. 2005. Comparisons among electoral systems: Distinguishing between localism and candidate-centered politics. Electoral Studies, 24(4): 735-740. PDF.
(B96) Grofman, Bernard. 2005. Ph.D.s Without Borders? Drawing Subdisciplinary Boundaries in Political Science. APSA Comparative Politics Section Newsletter, 16(1): 8-11. PDF.
(B95) Grofman, Bernard. 2004. The prospects of electoral reform (foreword). In Josep Colomer (ed.), Handbook of Electoral System Choice. New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, pp. pp. xi-xx. PDF.
(B94) Grofman, Bernard. 2004. Comment on Gordon Tullocks A curmudgeons view of the EMU. In Guiseppe Eusepi and Friedrich Schneider (eds.) Changing Institutions in the European Union: A Public Choice Perspective. New York: Edward Elgar. PDF.
(B93) Grofman, Bernard. 2004. Black's single-peakedness condition. In Charles Rowley and Friedrich Schneider (eds.), Encyclopedia of Public Choice, 43-45. PDF.
(B92) Grofman, Bernard. 2004. Arrow's impossibility theorem. In Charles Rowley and Friedrich Schneider (eds.), Encyclopedia of Public Choice, 25-27. PDF.
(B91) Grofman, Bernard. 2004. Alternative voting methods. In Charles Rowley and Friedrich Schneider (eds.), Encyclopedia of Public Choice, 9-12. PDF.
(B90) Grofman, Bernard. 2003. Electoral laws, parties, and public policy (published in Japanese). In Yukio Adachi and Tosimasa Moriwaki (Eds.) Public Policy: A Festschrift for Katsumi Yamakawa. Kyoto, Japan: Shobo, Ltd. 299-311. PDF.
(B89) Grofman, Bernard. 2001. A note of caution in interpreting the threshold of exclusion. Electoral Studies, 20:299-303. PDF.
(B88) Grofman, Bernard. 2001. Apportionment, political; gerrymander; reapportionment. In Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes (Eds.) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 1: 598-601. PDF.
(B87) Grofman, Bernard. 2000. Book Review: David T. Canon. Race, Redistricting and Representation. The Unintended Consequences of Black Majority Districts. Public Choice, 105:201-205. PDF.
(B86) Bowler, Shaun and Bernard Grofman. 2000. Conclusion: STVs Place in the Family of Electoral Systems. In Bowler, Shaun and Bernard Grofman (Eds.) Elections in Australia, Ireland and Malta Under the Single Transferable Vote. Ann Arbor MI: The University of Michigan Press, 265-270. PDF.
(B85) Bowler, Shaun and Bernard Grofman. 2000. Introduction: STV in an Embedded Institution. In Bowler, Shaun and Bernard Grofman (Eds.) Elections in Australia, Ireland and Malta Under the Single Transferable Vote. Ann Arbor MI: The University of Michigan Press, 1-14. PDF.
(B84) Grofman, Bernard. 2000. The Downsian model of elections. In Richard Rose (ed.) International Eneyclopedia of Elections. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly Press, 70-72. PDF.
(B83) Grofman, Bernard. 2000. Shaw v. Reno and its progeny. In Leonard W. Levy, Kenneth L. Karst and Adam Winkler (eds.) Encyclopedia of the American Constitution, New York: Macmillan Publishing Co. PDF.
(B82) Grofman, Bernard. 2000. Miller v. Johnson. In Leonard W. Levy, Kenneth L. Karst and Adam Winkler (eds.) Encyclopedia of the American Constitution, New York: Macmillan Publishing Co. PDF.
(B81) Grofman, Bernard. 2000. Electoral districting. In Leonard W. Levy, Kenneth L. Karst and Adam Winkler (eds.) Encyclopedia of the American Constitution, New York: Macmillan Publishing Co. PDF.
(B80) Grofman, Bernard. 2000. Editors Introduction. In Bernard Grofman (ed.) Legacies of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1-6. PDF.
(B79) Grofman, Bernard. 1999. Credo of a reasonable choice modeler. Journal of Theoretical Politics, 11(2): 203-206. PDF.
(B78) Grofman, Bernard Sung-Chull Lee, Edwin Winckler, and Brian Woodall. 1999. Introduction. In Bernard Grofman, Sung-Chull Lee, Edwin Winckler, and Brian Woodall, eds. Elections in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan under the Single Non-Transferable Vote: The Comparative Study of an Embedded Institution. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press. PDF.
(B77) Grofman, Bernard. 1998. Rebuttal to Wuffle and Collets supposedly irrefutable evidence that higher turnout benefits Republicans. Journal of Theoretical Politics, 10(2):251-255. PDF.
(B76) Grofman, Bernard. 1997. Book Note: Duncan Black. "Formal contributions to the theory of public choice. Public Choice, 7:1-3. PDF.
(B75) Grofman, Bernard and Shaun Bowler. 1997. STV's Place in the family of electoral systems. Representation, 34(1):43-47. PDF.
(B74) Wuffle, A, Thomas Brunell and William Koetzle. 1997. Death, where is thy sting? The Senate as a Ponce (de Leon) scheme. PS, 1:58-59. (Reprinted in Journal of Irreproducible Results, 1999, 44(5): 25-26. (Reprinted n Sigelman et al. (Eds.), The Wit and Humor of Political Science. APSA.) PDF.
(B73) Merrill, Samuel and Bernard Grofman. 1997. Response to Macdonald and Rabinowitz. Journal of Theoretical Politics, 9(1):57-60. PDF.
(B72) Brunell, Thomas, Bernard Grofman. 1997. The 1992 and 1996 presidential elections: Whatever happened to the Republican electoral college lock? Presidential Studies Quarterly, 27(1):134-138. PDF.
(B71) Grofman, Bernard and Christian Collet. 1997. Why Democracts Shouldn't Vote (With Acknowledgements to R. Erikson). Journal of Theoretical Politics, 9:137-140. PDF.
(B70) Grofman, Bernard. 1996. Introduction to the Term Limits Debate: Hypotheses in Search of Data. In Bernard Grofman (Ed.) Legislative Term Limits: Public Choice Perspectives. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1-18. PDF.
(B69) Davidson, Chandler and Bernard Grofman. 1996. Letter to the Editor in rebuttal to Carol Swain. Chronicle of Higher Education, (November):10. PDF.
(B68) Grofman, Bernard. 1995. Shaw v. Reno and the Future of Voting Rights. PS, (March): 27-36. PDF.
(B67) Grofman, Bernard. 1995. Districting. In S.M. Lipset et al. (eds.), Encyclopedia of Democracy, Washington D. C.: Congressional Quarterly Books, 367-372. PDF.
(B66) Grofman, Bernard. 1995. Anthony Downs. In S.M. Lipset et al. (eds.), Encyclopedia of Democracy, Washington D. C.: Congressional Quarterly Books, 378-380. PDF.
(B65) Grofman, Bernard. 1994. Democracy and Decision: The Pure Theory of Electoral Prefence by Geoffrey Brennan and Loren Lomasky. American Political Science Review, 88(2):439-440. PDF.
(B64) Grofman, Bernard. 1994. Book review. John Craven, Social Choice: A Framework for Collective Decisions and Individual Judgements. Ethics, 104(2):430-431. PDF.
(B63) Grofman, Bernard. 1993. Lessons of Athenian democracy: Editor's Introduction, The 2500th Anniversary of Democracy. PS, (September): 471-474. PDF.
(B62) Grofman, Bernard. 1993. Throwing darts at double regression and missing the target. Social Science Quarterly, 74(3):478-487. PDF.
(B61) Wuffle, A. 1993. The political economy of the automobile - Four approaches. Journal of Theoretical Politics, 5(3): 409-412. (Reprinted in Sigelman et al. (Eds.), The Wit and Humor of Political Science. APSA, 2010.) PDF.
(B60) Wuffle, A. 1993. Advice to the Assistant Professor, PS, (March):89-90. PDF.
(B59) Grofman, Bernard. 1993. On the gentle art of rational choice bashing. In Bernard Grofman (ed.) Information, Participation and Choice: `An Economic Theory of Democracy' in Perspective. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press, 239-242. PDF.
(B58) Grofman, Bernard. 1993. Is turnout the paradox that ate rational choice theory? In Bernard Grofman (ed.), Information, Participation and Choice: `An Economic Theory of Democracy' in Perspective. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press, 93-103. PDF.
(B57) Grofman, Bernard. 1992. Book note: Multiparty Government: The Politics of Coalition in Europe by Laver and Schofield. Social Choice and Welfare, 9:265-266. PDF.
(B56) Grofman, Bernard. 1992. A corollary to the third axiom of general semantics. Journal of Theoretical Politics, 4(2):238-240. PDF.
(B55) Zimmerman, Joseph F. and Bernard Grofman. 1992. In Memoriam: Leon Weaver. PS, 25(1):97. PDF.
(B54) Grofman, Bernard and Davidson, Chandler. 1992. Comment on "The study of race, history, and politics." CLIO (Newsletter, American Political Science Association Section on Politics & History), Fall/Winter, 1992/1993, 4-5. PDF.
(B53) Grofman, Bernard and Chandler Davidson. 1992. Editors' Introduction: Issues and controversies in voting rights. In Bernard Grofman and Chandler Davidson (eds.), Controversies in Minority Voting: A 25 Year Perspective on the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Washington, D.C. The Brookings Institution, 1-3. PDF.
(B52) Grofman, Bernard. 1991. Questions of Electoral Fairness (translated into Japanese by Kyoji Wakata) in Nomp No. 2, Kansai University Institute of Legal Studies, Osaka, Japan, 1924. PDF.
(B51) Grofman, Bernard. 1991. Rejoinder: Straw men and stray bullets, a reply to Bullock. Social Science Quarterly, 72(4):840-843. PDF.
(B50) Grofman, Bernard. 1990. Book review: Edward Carmines and James Stimson, Issue Evolution. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 2(2):185-190. PDF.
(B49) Kernell, Samuel and Bernard Grofman. 1990. Determining the predictability of partisan voting patterns in California elections, 1978-1984. In Bernard Grofman (ed.), Political Gerrymandering and the Courts. NY: Agathon Press, pp 289-295. PDF.
(B48) Hofeller, Thomas and Bernard Grofman. 1990. Comparing the compactness of California congressional districts under three different plans, 1980, 1982 and 1984. In Bernard Grofman (ed.), Political Gerrymandering and the Courts. NY: Agathon Press, pp 281-288. PDF.
(B47) Feld, Scott L. and Bernard Grofman. 1990. A theorem connecting ShapleyOwen power scores and the radius of the yolk in two dimensions. Social Choice and Welfare, 7:71-74. PDF.
(B46) Wuffle, A. 1989. Uncle Wuffles advice to the advanced graduate student. PS, (December): 838-839. PDF.
(B45) Pool, Jonathan and Bernard Grofman. 1989. Linguistic artificiality and cognitive competence. In Klaus Schubert (ed.), Interlinguistics: Aspects of the Science of Planned Languages. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pp 145-156. PDF.
(B44) Grofman, Bernard. 1989. Book note: Michael Hechter, Principles of Group Solidarity. American Political Science Review, 83(2):323-324. PDF.
(B43) Grofman, Bernard. 1988. Book note: Manfred Holler (Ed.), The logic of multi-party systems. 1988. Political Geography Quarterly, 7(3):300-301. PDF.
(B42) Wuffle, A. 1988. The minimax blame rule for voter choice: Help for the undecided voter on November 8, 1988. PS, (Summer):639-640. (Reprinted in Sigelman et al. (Eds.), The Wit and Humor of Political Science. APSA, 2010.) PDF.
(B41) Grofman, Bernard, and Michael Migalski. 1988. The Return of the Native: The Supply Elasticity of the American Indian Population 1960-1980. Public Choice, 57(1):85-88. PDF.
(B40) Grofman, Bernard. 1987. Book review: Schmuel Nitzan and Jacob Paroush, Collective Decision Making: An Economic Outlook. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, pp 168-170. PDF.
(B39) Grofman, Bernard. 1987. Biographical entry: Lewis Carroll. The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics. New York: Stockton Press, pp 371-372. PDF.
(B38) Grofman, Bernard. 1987. Biographical entry: Duncan Black. The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics. New York: Stockton Press, pp 250-251. (Reprinted in the 2nd edition: Steven Durlauf and Lawrence Blume, Eds., 2007.) PDF.
(B37) Grofman, Bernard. 1986. Voting Procedures by Michael Dummett. Contemporary Sociology, 15(4):637-638. PDF.
(B36) Grofman, Bernard. 1986. The Political Process by Gunnar Boalt. Contemporary Sociology, 15(3):469. PDF.
(B35) Wuffle, A. Summer 1986. Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Parliamentary Procedure in an Academic Senate But Were Afraid to Ask. PS, pp 661-668. PDF.
(B34) Wuffle, A. Winter 1986. Reflections on Academia. PS, pp 57-61. PDF.
(B33) Grofman, Bernard. 1985. Reasonable Methods for Aggregating Preferences by Steven J. Brams and Peter C. Fishburn. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 29:128-132. PDF.
(B32) Wuffle, A. 1985. Expert vs. Expert: Lessons from Badham v. Eu. PS, pp 576-581. PDF.
(B31) Grofman, Bernard. 1985. Excerpts from First Declaration of Bernard Grofman in Badham v. Eu. PS, pp 544-549. PDF.
(B30) Grofman, Bernard. 1985. Introduction. PS, pp 538-541. PDF.
(B29) Wuffle, A. 1984. Should You Brush Your Teeth on November 6, 1984: A Rational Choice Perspective. PS, pp 577-580. PDF.
(B28) Wuffle, A. 1984. A Wuffle's Advice to the Expert Witness in Court. PS, pp 60-61. PDF.
(B27) Grofman, Bernard. 1983. Models of Voter Turnout: A brief idiosyncratic review. Public Choice, 41:55-61. PDF.
(B26) Grofman, Bernard. 1983. Measuring the Political Consequences of Electoral Laws. Mathematical Social Sciences, 4(2):184-186. PDF.
(B25) Grofman, Bernard. 1982. The Geography of Public Finance: Welfare under Fiscal Federalism and Local Government Finance. American Political Science Review, 76:883-885. PDF.
(B24) Grofman, Bernard. 1982. Mathematical Models as a Tool for the Social Sciences by Bruce J. West Social Science Quarterly, 63(3):610. PDF.
(B23) Grofman, Bernard. 1982. Should Representatives Be Typical of Their Constituents? In Bernard Grofman, Arend Lijphart, Robert B. McKay, and Howard A. Scarrow (Eds.) Representation and Redistricting Issues, pp 97-99. PDF.
(B22) Grofman, Bernard. 1981. Electing the Cincinnati City Council: An Examination of Alternative Electoral Representation Systems by Howard D. Hamilton. American Political Science Review, 75:771-772. PDF.
(B21) Grofman, Bernard. March 1980. Body Politics: Power, Sex, and Nonverbal Communication by Nancy M. Henley. American Political Science Review, pp 122-123. PDF.
(B20) Grofman, Bernard. Anarchy and Cooperation. Theory and Decision, 12:107-114. PDF.
(B19) Grofman, Bernard. The Case For Majority Verdicts. Trial, 18(12):23-26. PDF.
(B18) Grofman, Bernard. A Note on Abraham Lincoln in Probabilityland. Theory and Decision, 11:453-455. PDF.
(B17) Grofman, Bernard. The Production of Political Television by Michael Tracey. Journal of Communication. PDF.
(B16) Grofman, Bernard. Jury Verdicts: The Role of Group Size and Social Decision Rule by Michael J. Saks. Social Action and the Law, 5(1):9-12. PDF.
(B15) Grofman, Bernard. A Comment on Dye and McManus' Use of Discriminant Function Analysis. Political Methodology. PDF.
(B14) Grofman, Bernard. 1978. Mass Persuasion in History: An Historical Analysis of the Development of Propaganda Techniques by Oliver Thomson. Journal of Communication. PDF.
(B13) Grofman, Bernard. 1978. Condorcet: From Natural Philosophy to Social Mathematics by Keith Michael Baker. The American Political Science Review. PDF.
(B12) Wuffle, A. June 1978. Monopoly Is A Capitalist Plot: A Hegemonic View of Games as Instruments of Economic Indoctrination. Simulation & Games. PDF.
(B11) Grofman, Bernard. 1978. Playing Monopoly: The State of the Art, a Review of The Monopoly Book and 1000 Ways to Win Monopoly Games. Simulation and Games, 245-251. PDF.
(B10) Grofman, Bernard. 'Differential Effects of Jury Size...' Revisited. Social Action and the Law, 4(2):7-11. PDF.
(B9) Grofman, Bernard. A Comment on Six-Member Juries in the Federal Courts. Social Action and the Law, 4(2):4-5. PDF.
(B8) Grofman, Bernard. A Comment on 'Single-Peakedness and Guttman Scales: Concept and Measurement.' Public Choice. PDF.
(B7) Grofman, Bernard. 1975. A Comment on 'Democratic Theory: A Preliminary Mathematical Model.' Public Choice, 21. PDF.
(B6) Grofman, Bernard. 1976. An Introduction to Positive Political Theory by William H. Riker and Peter C. Ordeshook. Theory and Decision, 7:231-234. PDF.
(B5) Grofman, Bernard. 1974 Rational Choice Models and Self-Fulfilling and Self-Defeating Prophecies. In Werner Leinfellner and Echehart Kohler (Eds.) Developments in the Methodology of Social Science. D. Reidel Publishing: Dordrecht-Holland. PDF.
(B4) Grofman, Bernard. Multivariate Model Building: The Validation of a Search Strategy by John A. Sohnquist.. PDF.
(B3) Grofman, Bernard. 1972. A Note on Some Generalizations of the Paradox of Cyclical Majorities. Public Choice, 12. PDF.
(B2) Grofman, Bernard. 1972. The 1971 APSA Elections. PS, pp278-290. PDF.
(B1) Grofman, Bernard. 1970. Robert's Rules of Order. (New Revised). By Henry M. Robert, Sarah Corbin Robert, with the assistance of Henry M. Robert III, James W. Cleary, and William J. Evans. The American Political Science Review, 64:1288-1290. PDF.