Fowler, Anthony, Haritz Garro, and Jorg L. Spenkuch. Forthcoming. Quid Pro Quo? Corporate Returns to Campaign Contributions. Journal of Politics. Replication Data.
Fowler, Anthony and Andrew B. Hall. 2018. Do Shark Attacks Influence Presidential Elections? Reassessing a Prominent Finding on Voter Competence. Journal of Politics 80(4):1423-1437. Replication Data. Reply to A&B.
Berry, Christopher R. and Anthony Fowler. 2018. Congressional Committees, Legislative Influence, and the Hegemony of Chairs. Journal of Public Economics 158:1-11. Replication Data.
Fowler, Anthony. 2018. A Bayesian Explanation for the Effect of Incumbency. Electoral Studies 53:66-78. Replication Data.
Enos, Ryan D. and Anthony Fowler. 2018. Aggregate Effects of Large-Scale Campaigns on Voter Turnout. Political Science Research and Methods 6(4):733-751. Replication Data.
Fowler, Anthony. 2017. Does Voter Preregistration Increase Youth Participation? Election Law Journal 16(4):485-494. Replication Data.
Enos, Ryan D., Anthony Fowler, and Christopher S. Havasy. 2017. The Negative Effect Fallacy: A Case Study of Incorrect Statistical Reasoning by Federal Courts. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 14(3):618-647.
Fowler, Anthony. 2016. What Explains Incumbent Success? Disentangling Selection on Party, Selection on Candidate Characteristics, and Office-Holding Benefits. Quarterly Journal of Political Science 11(3):313-338. Replication Data.
Berry, Christopher R. and Anthony Fowler. 2016. Cardinals or Clerics? Congressional Committees and the Distribution of Pork. American Journal of Political Science 60(3):692-708. Correction. Replication Data.
Fowler, Anthony and B. Pablo Montagnes. 2015. College Football, Elections, and False-Positive Results in Observational Research. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112(45):13800-13804. Replication Data. Reply to HMM (part 1). Reply to HMM (part 2).
Eggers, Andrew C., Anthony Fowler, Jens Hainmueller, Andrew B. Hall, James M. Snyder, Jr. 2015. On the Validity of the Regression Discontinuity Design for Estimating Electoral Effects: New Evidence from Over 40,000 Close Races. American Journal of Political Science 59(1):259-274. Replication Data.
Fowler, Anthony. 2015. Regular Voters, Marginal Voters, and the Electoral Effects of Turnout. Political Science Research and Methods 3(2):205-219. Replication Data.
Fowler, Anthony and Andrew B. Hall. 2014. Disentangling the Personal and Partisan Incumbency Advantages: Evidence from Close Elections and Term Limits. Quarterly Journal of Political Science 9(4):501-531. Replication Data.
Enos, Ryan D., Anthony Fowler, and Lynn Vavreck. 2014. Increasing Inequality: The Effect of GOTV Mobilization on the Composition of the Electorate. Journal of Politics 76(1):273-288. Replication Data.
Atkinson, Matthew D. and Anthony Fowler. 2014. Social Capital and Voter Turnout: Evidence from Saint’s Day Fiestas in Mexico. British Journal of Political Science 44(1):41-59. Replication Data.
Enos, Ryan D. and Anthony Fowler. 2014. Pivotality and Turnout: Evidence from a Field Experiment in the Aftermath of a Tied Election. Political Science Research and Methods 2(2):309-319. Replication Data.
Fowler, Anthony. 2013. Electoral and Policy Consequences of Voter Turnout: Evidence from Compulsory Voting in Australia. Quarterly Journal of Political Science 8(2):159-182. Replication Data.
Dowling, Conor M., Ryan D. Enos, Anthony Fowler, and Costas Panagopoulos. 2012. Does Public Financing Chill Political Speech? Exploiting a Court Injunction as a Natural Experiment. Election Law Journal 11(3):302-315. Replication Data.
Working Papers and Papers Under Review
Fowler, Anthony. Partisan Intoxication or Policy Voting?
Fowler, Anthony. Correcting Point Estimates for Publication Bias.
Berry, Christopher R. and Anthony Fowler. Leadership or Luck? Randomization Inference for Leader Effects (RIFLE).
Fowler, Anthony. Promises and Perils of Mobile Voting.
Fowler, Anthony and Andrew B. Hall. Conservative Vote Probabilities: An Easier Method for the Analysis of Roll Call Data.
CVP Estimates for the U.S. House, Congresses 1-113
CVP Estimates for the U.S. Senate, Congresses 1-113
Issue-specific CVP Estimates for the U.S. House, Congresses 83-111