Jason Wittenberg
Jason Wittenberg
Professor of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley
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Making the most of statistical analyses: Improving interpretation and presentation
G King, M Tomz, J Wittenberg
American journal of political science, 347-361, 2000
Clarify: Software for Interpretng and Presenting Statistical Results
M Tomz, J Whittenberg, G King
Journal of statistical software, 2003
Path dependence, competition, and succession in the dynamics of scientific revolution
JD Sterman, J Wittenberg
Organization Science 10 (3), 322-341, 1999
Crucibles of political loyalty: Church institutions and electoral continuity in Hungary
J Wittenberg
Cambridge University Press, 2006
An easy and accurate regression model for multiparty electoral data
M Tomz, JA Tucker, J Wittenberg
Political Analysis 10 (1), 66-83, 2002
Conceptualizing historical legacies
J Wittenberg
East European Politics and Societies 29 (2), 366-378, 2015
Dead but not gone: Contemporary legacies of communism, imperialism, and authoritarianism
A Simpser, D Slater, J Wittenberg
Annual Review of Political Science 21, 419-439, 2018
Barriers to entry: Who builds fortified boundaries and why?
RE Hassner, J Wittenberg
International Security 40 (1), 157-190, 2015
Intimate violence: Anti-Jewish pogroms on the eve of the Holocaust
JS Kopstein, J Wittenberg
Cornell University Press, 2018
Deadly communities: Local political milieus and the persecution of Jews in occupied Poland
JS Kopstein, J Wittenberg
Comparative Political Studies 44 (3), 259-283, 2011
Who voted communist? Reconsidering the social bases of radicalism in interwar Poland
JS Kopstein, J Wittenberg
Slavic Review 62 (1), 87-109, 2003
Beyond dictatorship and democracy: Rethinking national minority inclusion and regime type in interwar Eastern Europe
JS Kopstein, J Wittenberg
Comparative Political Studies 43 (8-9), 1089-1118, 2010
How do voters perceive changes to the rules of the game? Evidence from the 2014 Hungarian elections
JS Ahlquist, N Ichino, J Wittenberg, D Ziblatt
Journal of Comparative Economics 46 (4), 906-919, 2018
On the very idea of a system dynamics model of Kuhnian science
J Wittenberg
System Dynamics Review 8 (1), 21-33, 1992
Failed democratization
MS Fish, J Wittenberg, CW Haerpfer
Democratization, 249-265, 2009
Does familiarity breed contempt? Inter-ethnic contact and support for illiberal parties
JS Kopstein, J Wittenberg
The Journal of Politics 71 (2), 414-428, 2009
CLARIFY: Software for interpreting and presenting statistical results
G King, M Tomz, J Wittenberg
Cambridge, MA, Harvard University, 2001
Civil Society and Democratic Consolidation in Hungary in the 1990s and 2000s
B Greskovits, J Wittenberg
unpublished paper, February 27, 2016
Timing is everything: Changing norms of minority rights and the making of a polish nation-state
SA Cramsey, J Wittenberg
Comparative Political Studies 49 (11), 1480-1512, 2016
How similar are they? Rethinking electoral congruence
J Wittenberg
Quality & quantity 47, 1687-1701, 2013
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