Adam Brown, Assistant Professor

Department: Political Science

Vita

Email: brown@byu.edu

Office: 772 SWKT

Phone: 801-422-2182

Website

Professional Affiliations

  • Midwest Political Science Association
  • Center for the Study of Elections and Democracy
  • State Politics and Policy Section, APSA
  • American Political Science Association

Recent Publications

  • Brown, A. (2018). Utah Politics and Government: American Democracy among a Unique Electorate. University of Nebraska Press.
  • Brown, A., & Goodliffe, J. (2017). Why do Legislators Skip Votes? Position Taking and Policy Influence. Political Behavior, 39(2), 425-55.
  • Brown, A. (2014). Voters Don't Care Much about Incumbency. Journal of Experimental Political Science, 1(December), 132-143.
  • Brown, A. (2013). Does Money Buy Votes? The Case of Self-Financed Gubernatorial Candidates, 1998-2008. Political Behavior, 35(March), 21-41.
  • Brown, A. (2012). The Item Veto's Sting. In State Politics and Policy Quarterly (pp. 183-203).
  • Brown, A., & Lassen, D. S. (2011). Twitter: The Electoral Connection?. The Social Science Computer Review, 29(winter), 419-436.
  • Brown, A. (2011). Losing to Nobody? Nevada's "None of These Candidates" Ballot Reform. Social Science Journal, 48(June), 364-370.
  • Brown, A. (2011). Wikipedia as a Data Source for Political Scientists? Accuracy and Completeness of Coverage. PS: Political Science and Politics, 44(April), 339-343.
  • Brown, A. (2010). Are Governors Responsible for the State Economy? Partisanship, Blame, and Divided Federalism. Journal of Politics, 72(July), 605-615.
  • Brown, A., & Jacobson, G. C. (2008). Party, Ideology, and Performance: Electoral Dynamics in Gubernatorial and Senate Elections. State Politics and Policy Quarterly, 8, 384-409.