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Tim LaPira
Tim LaPira
Professor of Political Science, James Madison University
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Drawing lobbyists to Washington: Government activity and the demand for advocacy
BL Leech, FR Baumgartner, TM La Pira, NA Semanko
Political Research Quarterly 58 (1), 19-30, 2005
268*2005
Revolving door lobbyists and interest representation
TM LaPira, HF Thomas
Interest Groups & Advocacy 3 (1), 4-29, 2014
1362014
Revolving Door Lobbying: Public Service, Private Influence, and the Unequal Representation of Interests
T LaPira, HF Thomas
University Press of Kansas, 2017
1042017
The two worlds of lobbying: Washington lobbyists in the core and on the periphery
TM LaPira, HF Thomas, FR Baumgartner
Interest groups & Advocacy 3 (3), 291-245, 2014
62*2014
How many lobbyists are in Washington? Shadow lobbying and the gray market for policy advocacy
HF Thomas, TM LaPira
Interest Groups & Advocacy 6 (3), 199-214, 2017
49*2017
Analyzing the us senate in 2003: Similarities, clusters, and blocs
A Jakulin, W Buntine, TM La Pira, H Brasher
Political Analysis 17 (3), 291-310, 2009
382009
Lobbying in the Shadows: How Private Interests Hide from Public Scrutiny, and Why That Matters
TM LaPira
Interest Group Politics 9, 2015
302015
Lobbying after 9/11: Policy regime emergence and interest group mobilization
TM LaPira
Policy Studies Journal 42 (2), 226-251, 2014
252014
The partisan ties of lobbying firms
AC Furnas, MT Heaney, TM LaPira
Research & Politics 6 (3), 2053168019877039, 2019
172019
The Interest Group Top Tier
L Drutman, M Grossmann, T LaPira
Can America Govern Itself, 45-68, 2019
17*2019
Partisan competition and the decline in legislative capacity among congressional offices
JM Crosson, AC Furnas, T Lapira, C Burgat
Legislative Studies Quarterly 46 (3), 745-789, 2021
142021
Information as lobbying, or lobbying as information? Argument quality, group credibility, and heuristic processing in congress
TM La Pira
Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, 2008
12*2008
Congress Overwhelmed: The Decline in Congressional Capacity and Prospects for Reform
TM LaPira, L Drutman, KR Kosar
University of Chicago Press, 2020
102020
Gender politics in the lobbying profession
TM LaPira, K Marchetti, HF Thomas
Politics & Gender 16 (3), 816-844, 2020
102020
Revolving Door Lobbying: Public Service
TM LaPira, HF Thomas
Private Influence, and the Unequal Representation of Interests, 2017
92017
Learnable skills, or unteachable instinct? What can and what cannot be taught in the lobbying profession
TT Holyoke, H Brown, TM LaPira
Interest Groups & Advocacy 4 (1), 7-24, 2015
82015
Ideological sabotage, party competition, and the decline in legislative capacity in the us house
J Crosson, AC Furnas, T LaPira, C Burgat
Unpublished Working Paper, 2018
72018
Draining the swamp, or cultivating the wetlands? Toward evidence-based lobbying regulation and reform
TM LaPira, TT Holyoke
Interest Groups & Advocacy 6 (3), 195-198, 2017
72017
The lobbying disclosure act at 25: Challenges and opportunities for analysis
TM LaPira, HF Thomas
Interest Groups & Advocacy 9 (3), 257-271, 2020
62020
The Allure of Reform: The Increasing Demand for Health Care Lobbying, from Clinton's Task Force to Obama's Big [Expletive] Deal
TM LaPira
Interest Group Politics 8, 345-374, 2012
62012
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