Laron K Williams
Laron K Williams
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Missouri
Verified email at missouri.edu
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Buttery guns and welfare hawks: The politics of defense spending in advanced industrial democracies
GD Whitten, LK Williams
American Journal of Political Science 55 (1), 117-134, 2011
1272011
Updating the Party Government data set
K Seki, LK Williams
Electoral Studies 34, 270-279, 2014
1182014
Survival of the fittest? Cabinet duration in postcommunist Europe
Z Somer-Topcu, LK Williams
Comparative Politics 40 (3), 313-329, 2008
742008
But wait, there’s more! Maximizing substantive inferences from TSCS models
LK Williams, GD Whitten
The Journal of Politics 74 (3), 685-693, 2012
712012
It's all relative: spatial positioning of parties and ideological shifts
LK Williams
European Journal of Political Research 54 (1), 141-159, 2015
572015
You’ve got some explaining to do the influence of economic conditions and spatial competition on party strategy
LK Williams, K Seki, GD Whitten
Political Science Research and Methods 4 (1), 47-63, 2016
512016
Don't stand so close to me: Spatial contagion effects and party competition
LK Williams, GD Whitten
American Journal of Political Science 59 (2), 309-325, 2015
502015
War voting: Interstate disputes, the economy, and electoral outcomes
LK Williams, DJ Brule, M Koch
Conflict Management and Peace Science 27 (5), 442-460, 2010
412010
Democracy and diversion: Government arrangements, the economy, and dispute initiation
DJ Brulé, LK Williams
Journal of Peace Research 46 (6), 777-798, 2009
412009
The political consequences of terrorism: Terror events, casualties, and government duration
LK Williams, MT Koch, JM Smith
International Studies Perspectives 14 (3), 343-361, 2013
392013
Unsuccessful success? Failed no-confidence motions, competence signals, and electoral support
LK Williams
Comparative Political Studies 44 (11), 1474-1499, 2011
362011
Relaxing the constant economic vote restriction: Economic evaluations and party support in Germany
LK Williams, M Stegmaier, M Debus
Party politics 23 (3), 286-296, 2017
312017
Flexible election timing and international conflict
LK Williams
International Studies Quarterly 57 (3), 449-461, 2013
302013
Dynamic simulations of autoregressive relationships
LK Williams, GD Whitten
The Stata Journal 11 (4), 577-588, 2011
212011
The “Most Important Problem” Dataset (MIPD): a new dataset on American issue importance
C Heffington, BB Park, LK Williams
Conflict Management and Peace Science 36 (3), 312-335, 2019
192019
Hawks, doves, and opportunistic opposition parties
LK Williams
Journal of Peace Research 51 (1), 111-125, 2014
162014
Opposition party policy shifts in response to no‐confidence motions
Z Somer‐Topcu, LK Williams
European Journal of Political Research 53 (3), 600-616, 2014
152014
All economics is local: Spatial aggregations of economic information
D Fortunato, CS Swift, LK Williams
Political Science Research and Methods 6 (3), 467-487, 2018
132018
Estimating the defense spending vote
LK Williams
Electoral Studies 39, 243-255, 2015
112015
Forecasting the 2015 British election through party popularity functions
M Stegmaier, LK Williams
Electoral Studies 41, 260-263, 2016
102016
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