2007 Annual Meeting Program

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35-6   Party Positioning
Date: Saturday, Sep 1, 8:00 AM
Chair: Emily Clough
University of North Texas, [email protected]

Author(s):
Why Flip-Flopping Works: The Limits of Reputational Constraints Explained
David Karol
University of California, Berkeley, [email protected]

Political Parties and Electoral Strategies: The Movement of Parties in Ideological Space
Jeannette Money
University of California, Davis, [email protected]
  Josephine T. Andrews
  University of California, Davis, [email protected]

Political Parties’ Strategic Response to Electoral Loss
Josephine T. Andrews
University of California, Davis, [email protected]
  Robert W. Jackman
  University of California, Davis
  Zeynep Somer-Topcu
  University of California, Davis

Issue Change in Major Parties: The Dynamic Reciprocal Relationship between Party Strategy and Public Opinion
Antje V. Schwennicke
Indiana University, [email protected]

Relative Extremism and Relative Moderation: Strategic Party Positioning in Democratic Systems
Paul V. Warwick
Simon Fraser University, [email protected]


Discussant(s): Emily Clough
University of North Texas, [email protected]
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