Charles M. Cameron
Charles M. Cameron
Professor of Politics and Public Affairs, Princeton University
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Veto bargaining: Presidents and the politics of negative power
CM Cameron
Cambridge University Press, 2000
Do majority-minority districts maximize substantive black representation in Congress?
C Cameron, D Epstein, S O'halloran
American Political Science Review 90 (4), 794-812, 1996
The hierarchy of justice: Testing a principal-agent model of Supreme Court-circuit court interactions
DR Songer, JA Segal, CM Cameron
American Journal of Political Science, 673-696, 1994
Ideological values and the votes of US Supreme Court justices revisited
JA Segal, L Epstein, CM Cameron, HJ Spaeth
The Journal of Politics 57 (3), 812-823, 1995
Strategic auditing in a political hierarchy: An informational model of the Supreme Court's certiorari decisions
CM Cameron, JA Segal, D Songer
American Political Science Review 94 (1), 101-116, 2000
Divided government and the legislative productivity of Congress, 1945-94
W Howell, S Adler, C Cameron, C Riemann
Legislative Studies Quarterly, 285-312, 2000
Senate voting on Supreme Court nominees: A neoinstitutional model
CM Cameron, AD Cover, JA Segal
American Political Science Review 84 (2), 525-534, 1990
A spatial model of roll call voting: Senators, constituents, presidents, and interest groups in Supreme Court confirmations
JA Segal, CM Cameron, AD Cover
American Journal of Political Science, 96-121, 1992
Elections and the theory of campaign contributions: A survey and critical analysis
R Morton, C Cameron
Economics & Politics 4 (1), 79-108, 1992
Bargaining and opinion assignment on the US Supreme Court
JR Lax, CM Cameron
The Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization 23 (2), 276-302, 2007
Strategic defiance and compliance in the US courts of appeals
C Westerland, JA Segal, L Epstein, CM Cameron, S Comparato
American Journal of Political Science 54 (4), 891-905, 2010
Models of vetoes and veto bargaining
C Cameron, N McCarty
Annu. Rev. Polit. Sci. 7, 409-435, 2004
An empirical test of the rational-actor theory of litigation
DR Songer, CM Cameron, JA Segal
The Journal of Politics 57 (4), 1119-1129, 1995
Judicial independence–
JE Cameron
advocate, 25, 2010
New avenues for modeling judicial politics
CM Cameron
Prepared for delivery at the Conference on the Political Economy of Public …, 1993
Studying the polarized presidency
CM Cameron
Presidential Studies Quarterly 32 (4), 647-663, 2002
How will they vote? Predicting the future behavior of Supreme Court nominees, 1937–2006
CM Cameron, JK Park
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 6 (3), 485-511, 2009
Going Public When Opinion Is Contested: Evidence from Presidents' Campaigns for Supreme Court Nominees, 1930‐2009
C Cameron, JK Park
Presidential Studies Quarterly 41 (3), 442-470, 2011
Appeals mechanisms, litigant selection, and the structure of judicial hierarchies
CM Cameron, LA Kornhauser
Institutional Games and the US Supreme Court 173, 204, 2006
Does W hite H ouse Regulatory Review Produce a Chilling Effect and “OIRA Avoidance” in the Agencies?
A Acs, CM Cameron
Presidential Studies Quarterly 43 (3), 443-467, 2013
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