Paul J. Wahlbeck

George Washington University

Professor of Political Science

Department of Political Science

2115 G Street, N.W. Ste 440

Washington, DC 20052

United States

http://home.gwu.edu/~wahlbeck

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Scholarly Papers (8)

Network Analysis and the Law: Measuring the Legal Importance of Supreme Court Precedents

Political Analysis, Vol. 15, No. 3, pp. 324-346, July 2007
Number of pages: 46 Posted: 03 Jul 2006 Last Revised: 29 Sep 2009
UC San Diego Division of Social Sciences, University of Minnesota, Washington University in St. Louis - Department of Political Science, Stanford University - Department of Political Science and George Washington University
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Citation 15

Abstract:

Supreme Court, precedent, law, citation analysis, case importance

Network Analysis and the Law: Measuring the Legal Importance of Supreme Court Precedents

Political Analysis, 15 (3): 324-346 (July 2007)
Number of pages: 49 Posted: 23 Aug 2007
UC San Diego Division of Social Sciences, University of Minnesota, Washington University in St. Louis - Department of Political Science, Stanford University - Department of Political Science and George Washington University
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Citation 15

Abstract:

Supreme Court, precedent, law, citation analysis, case importance

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The Discuss List and Agenda-Setting on the Supreme Court

1st Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies Paper
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 02 Jul 2006
Ryan Schoen and Paul J. Wahlbeck
George Washington University and George Washington University
Downloads 179 (122,712)

Abstract:

Discuss List, Certiorari, Agenda Setting

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Agenda Control, the Median Justice, and the Majority Opinion on the U.S. Supreme Court

American Journal of Political Science, Vol. 51, pp. 891-906, October 2007
Number of pages: 43 Posted: 13 Sep 2007
University of Pittsburgh - Department of Political Science, Michigan State University - Department of Political Science, George Washington University and George Washington University
Downloads 175 (124,476)
Citation 15

Abstract:

U.S. Supreme Court, Agenda Control

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Supreme Court Oral Advocacy: Does it Affect the Justices' Decisions?

Washington University Law Review, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 61 Posted: 20 Apr 2007
University of Minnesota, Washington University in St. Louis - Department of Political Science and George Washington University
Downloads 132 (94,340)

Abstract:

Supreme Court, oral argument, Harry A. Blackmun

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Strategy and Constraints on Supreme Court Opinion Assignment

154 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1729 (2006)
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 20 Jan 2007
Paul J. Wahlbeck
George Washington University
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Citation 4

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Supreme Court, opinion assignment, William H. Rehnquist

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The Influence of Oral Arguments on the U.S. Supreme Court

American Political Science Review, Vol. 1, No. 1, p. 99, February 2006
Number of pages: 15 Posted: 13 Apr 2009
University of Minnesota, George Washington University and Washington University in St. Louis - Department of Political Science
Downloads 42 (337,060)
Citation 9

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7.

Forecasting Opinion Assignment on the Supreme Court

APSA 2012 Annual Meeting Paper
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 15 Jul 2012 Last Revised: 06 Sep 2012
Paul J. Wahlbeck, Alyx Mark, Ryan Krog and Phillip Wininger
George Washington University, North Central College Dept. of Political Science, George Washington University and affiliation not provided to SSRN
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Citation 2

Abstract:

Supreme Court, opinion assignment, judicial politics, chief justice

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Network Analysis and the Law: Measuring the Legal Importance of Precedents at the U.S. Supreme Court

Political Analysis, Vol. 15, Issue 3, pp. 324-346, 2007
Posted: 18 Aug 2009
affiliation not provided to SSRN, University of Minnesota, Washington University in St. Louis - Department of Political Science, Stanford University - Department of Political Science and George Washington University

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