Howard Rosenthal

New York University

Professor

19 W 4th St

New York, NY New York 10012

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

16

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80

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Scholarly Papers (16)

1.

Political Polarization and Income Inequality

Number of pages: 42 Posted: 01 Jul 2008
Nolan McCarty, Keith T. Poole and Howard Rosenthal
Princeton University - Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, University of Georgia - School of Public and International Affairs and New York University
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Investor Ideology

Columbia Business School Research Paper No. 18-21, European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI) - Finance Working Paper No. 557/2018
Number of pages: 80 Posted: 14 Feb 2018 Last Revised: 01 May 2020
Patrick Bolton, Tao Li, Enrichetta Ravina and Howard Rosenthal
Columbia Business School - Department of Economics, University of Florida - Department of Finance, Insurance and Real Estate, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and New York University
Downloads 1,243 (20,358)
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Institutional Investors, Proxy Voting, Ideology, Spatial Model

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Congress and the Territorial Expansion of the United States

Number of pages: 78 Posted: 01 Jul 2008
Nolan McCarty, Keith T. Poole and Howard Rosenthal
Princeton University - Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, University of Georgia - School of Public and International Affairs and New York University
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D-Nominate after 10 Years: A Comparative Update To Congress: A Political Economic History of Roll Call Voting

Number of pages: 44 Posted: 01 Jul 2008
Keith T. Poole and Howard Rosenthal
University of Georgia - School of Public and International Affairs and New York University
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Measuring Bias and Uncertainty in DW-NOMINATE Ideal Point Estimates via the Parametric Bootstrap

Political Analysis, Vol. 17, Issue 3, pp. 261-275, 2009
Posted: 18 Aug 2009
University of Essex - Department of Government, affiliation not provided to SSRN, University of Georgia - School of Public and International Affairs and New York University

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Comparing Nominate and Ideal: Points of Difference and Monte Carlo Tests

Number of pages: 46 Posted: 06 Oct 2008
University of Essex - Department of Government, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - Department of Political Science, University of Georgia - School of Public and International Affairs and New York University
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NOMINATE, IDEAl, spatial voting, roll call votes, ideal points

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The Political Economy of Debt Moratoria, Bailouts and Bankruptcy

IDB Working Paper No. 105
Number of pages: 37 Posted: 19 Apr 2011
Patrick Bolton and Howard Rosenthal
Columbia Business School - Department of Economics and New York University
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Economic Incentives and Political Institutions: Spending and Voting in School Budget Agenda

NBER Working Paper No. w2406
Number of pages: 56 Posted: 06 Apr 2007 Last Revised: 31 Jul 2021
Thomas Romer, Howard Rosenthal and Vincent Munley
Princeton University - Department of Political Science, New York University and affiliation not provided to SSRN
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The Hunt for Party Discipline in Congress

Number of pages: 59 Posted: 01 Jul 2008
Nolan McCarty, Keith T. Poole and Howard Rosenthal
Princeton University - Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, University of Georgia - School of Public and International Affairs and New York University
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A Model of the Political Economy of the United States

NBER Working Paper No. w3611
Number of pages: 67 Posted: 28 Dec 2006 Last Revised: 16 May 2021
Alberto F. Alesina, John Londregan and Howard Rosenthal
Harvard University - Department of Economics, Princeton University - Princeton School of Public and International Affairs and New York University
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Why are There so Many Divided Senate Delegations?

NBER Working Paper No. w3663
Number of pages: 57 Posted: 17 Jan 2002 Last Revised: 04 Jan 2021
Alberto F. Alesina, Morris Fiorina and Howard Rosenthal
Harvard University - Department of Economics, Department of Political Science Stanford University and New York University
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Partisan Cycles in Congressional Elections and the Macroeconomy

NBER Working Paper No. w2706
Number of pages: 49 Posted: 26 May 2011 Last Revised: 26 May 2021
Alberto F. Alesina and Howard Rosenthal
Harvard University - Department of Economics and New York University
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Moderating Elections

NBER Working Paper No. w3072
Number of pages: 55 Posted: 14 Apr 2007 Last Revised: 26 May 2021
Alberto F. Alesina and Howard Rosenthal
Harvard University - Department of Economics and New York University
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Bankruptcy Reform in Congress: Creditors, Committees, Ideology, and Floor Voting in the Legislative Process

The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, Vol. 20, No. 2, pp. 527-557, 2004
Posted: 24 Jun 2004
Stephen Nunez and Howard Rosenthal
Stanford University - Department of Economics and New York University

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Political Intervention in Debt Contracts

Posted: 07 Mar 2003
Patrick Bolton and Howard Rosenthal
Columbia Business School - Department of Economics and New York University

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Polarized Platforms and Moderate Policies with Checks and Balances

Posted: 21 Jun 2001
Alberto F. Alesina and Howard Rosenthal
Harvard University - Department of Economics and New York University

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