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Keith Krehbiel
Keith Krehbiel
Edward B. Rust Professor of Political Science, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Verified email at stanford.edu
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Information and legislative organization
K Krehbiel
University of Michigan Press, 1992
30691992
Pivotal politics: a theory of U.S. lawmaking
K Krehbiel
Pivotal Politics, 2010
2601*2010
Collective decisionmaking and standing committees: An informational rationale for restrictive amendment procedures
TW Gilligan, K Krehbiel
Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization 3 (2), 287-335, 1987
10371987
Where's the party?
K Krehbiel
British Journal of Political Science 23 (2), 235-266, 1993
10001993
Asymmetric information and legislative rules with a heterogeneous committee
TW Gilligan, K Krehbiel
American journal of political science, 459-490, 1989
8301989
Organization of informative committees by a rational legislature
TW Gilligan, K Krehbiel
American Journal of Political Science, 531-564, 1990
6381990
Institutionalism as a Methodology
D Diermeier, K Krehbiel
Journal of theoretical politics 15 (2), 123-144, 2003
4122003
Are congressional committees composed of preference outliers?
K Krehbiel
American political Science review 84 (1), 149-163, 1990
4111990
Dynamics of cosponsorship
D Kessler, K Krehbiel
American Political Science Review 90 (3), 555-566, 1996
3991996
Party discipline and measures of partisanship
K Krehbiel
American Journal of Political Science 44 (2), 206-221, 2000
3542000
Institutional and partisan sources of gridlock: A theory of divided and unified government
K Krehbiel
Journal of Theoretical Politics 8 (1), 7-40, 1996
3321996
Spatial models of legislative choice
K Krehbiel
Legislative Studies Quarterly, 259-319, 1988
2831988
Golden parachutes, rubber checks, and strategic retirements from the 102d House
T Groseclose, K Krehbiel
American Journal of Political Science, 75-99, 1994
2821994
The budget process and the size of the budget
J Ferejohn, K Krehbiel
American Journal of Political Science, 296-320, 1987
2751987
Why are congressional committees powerful?
K Krehbiel, KA Shepsle, BR Weingast
American Political Science Review 81 (3), 929-945, 1987
2651987
Cosponsors and Wafflers from A to Z
K Krehbiel
American Journal of Political Science, 906-923, 1995
2471995
Paradoxes of parties in congress
K Krehbiel
Legislative Studies Quarterly, 31-64, 1999
1801999
The analysis of committee power: An application to Senate voting on the minimum wage
K Krehbiel, D Rivers
American Journal of Political Science 32 (4), 1151-1174, 1988
1601988
Supreme Court appointments as a move‐the‐median game
K Krehbiel
American Journal of Political Science 51 (2), 231-240, 2007
1592007
Gatekeeping
C Crombez, T Groseclose, K Krehbiel
The Journal of Politics 68 (2), 322-334, 2006
1552006
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