Political Analysis is the top-cited journal in political science
13 September 2012
Political Analysis has been confirmed as the top-cited journal
in political science, according to the 2011 Journal Citation Reports®
(Thomson Reuters, 2012). The journal has been ranked 1/148 journals with
a 5-year impact factor of 5.402.
To celebrate Political Analysis' ranking we are granting free access
to highly-cited articles from the journal. These articles are just a
sample of the impressive collection of research on political methodology
published in the journal.
Begin reading by simply clicking the links below.
- Democratic Compromise: A Latent Variable Analysis of Ten Measures of Regime Type. Daniel Pemstein, Stephen A. Meserve, and James Melton Volume 18, Issue 4 Fall 2010
- Back to the Future: Modeling Time Dependence in Binary Data. David B. Carter and Curtis S. Signorino Volume 18, Issue 3 Summer 2010
- Understanding Off-the-Books Politics: Conducting Inference on the Determinants of Sensitive Behavior with Randomized Response Surveys. Daniel W. Gingerich Volume 18, Issue 3 Summer 2010
- Endogeneity in Probit Response Models. David A. Freedman and Jasjeet S. Sekhon Volume 18, Issue 2 Spring 2010
- Bayesian Model Averaging: Theoretical Developments and Practical Applications. Jacob M. Montgomery and Brendan Nyhan Volume 18, Issue 2 Spring 2010
- A Bayesian Hierarchical Topic Model for Political Texts: Measuring Expressed Agendas in Senate Press Releases. Justin Grimmer Volume 18, Issue 1 Winter 2010