Cherie D. Maestas
Cherie D. Maestas
Professor and Department Head, Political Science Purdue University
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When to risk it? Institutions, ambitions, and the decision to run for the US House
CD Maestas, S Fulton, LS Maisel, WJ Stone
American Political Science Review 100 (2), 195-208, 2006
The sense of a woman: Gender, ambition, and the decision to run for congress
SA Fulton, CD Maestas, LS Maisel, WJ Stone
Political Research Quarterly 59 (2), 235-248, 2006
Professional legislatures and ambitious politicians: Policy responsiveness of state institutions
C Maestas
Legislative Studies Quarterly, 663-690, 2000
Quality counts: Extending the strategic politician model of incumbent deterrence
WJ Stone, LS Maisel, CD Maestas
American Journal of Political Science 48 (3), 479-495, 2004
The incentive to listen: Progressive ambition, resources, and opinion monitoring among state legislators
C Maestas
Journal of Politics 65 (2), 439-456, 2003
Shifting the blame: Federalism, media, and public assignment of blame following Hurricane Katrina
CD Maestas, LR Atkeson, T Croom, LA Bryant
Publius: The Journal of Federalism 38 (4), 609-632, 2008
Risk orientation, risk exposure, and policy opinions: The case of free trade
S Ehrlich, C Maestas
Political Psychology 31 (5), 657-684, 2010
Catastrophic politics: How extraordinary events redefine perceptions of government
LR Atkeson, CD Maestas
Cambridge University Press, 2012
Incumbency reconsidered: Prospects, strategic retirement, and incumbent quality in US House elections
WJ Stone, SA Fulton, CD Maestas, LS Maisel
The Journal of Politics 72 (1), 178-190, 2010
The state of surveying legislators: Dilemmas and suggestions
C Maestas, GW Neeley, LE Richardson
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 3 (1), 90-108, 2003
Risk attitudes and the incumbency advantage
DL Eckles, CD Kam, CL Maestas, BF Schaffner
Political Behavior 36, 731-749, 2014
National party efforts to recruit state legislators to run for the US house
CD Maestas, LS Maisel, WJ Stone
Legislative Studies Quarterly 30 (2), 277-300, 2005
State legislative influence over agency rulemaking: The utility of ex ante review
BJ Gerber, C Maestas, NC Dometrius
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 5 (1), 24-46, 2005
Assessing the “Experience bonus” through examining strategic entry, candidate quality, and campaign receipts in US house elections
CD Maestas, CR Rugeley
American journal of political science 52 (3), 520-535, 2008
Expert surveys as a measurement tool: Challenges and new frontiers
C Maestas
Extracting wisdom from experts and small crowds: Strategies for improving informant-based measures of political concepts
CD Maestas, MK Buttice, WJ Stone
Political Analysis 22 (3), 354-373, 2014
Meaningful participation and the evolution of the reformed presidential nominating system
LR Atkeson, CD Maestas
PS: Political Science & Politics 42 (1), 59-64, 2009
Modeling volatility in political time series
C Maestas, RR Preuhs
Electoral Studies 19 (1), 95-110, 2000
Fearing food: The influence of risk perceptions on public preferences for uniform and centralized risk regulation
C Maestas, J Chattopadhyay, S Leland, J Piatak
Policy Studies Journal 48 (2), 447-468, 2020
Policy venue preference and relative trust in government in federal systems
S Leland, J Chattopadhyay, C Maestas, J Piatak
Governance 34 (2), 373-393, 2021
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