Baumgartner’s Teaching Resources Page

I was recently trying to get a hold of Baumgartner et al’s data set used for the book “The Decline of the Death Penalty and the Discovery of Innocence” and ran across his page of teaching resources. I know there are quite a few of these out there from various profs, but this page is especially well laid out and contains a whole lot of useful information across several fields. Though Baumgartner is undoubtedly best known for his work with Bryan Jones in agenda setting and punctuated equilibrium, he is also a comparative scholar, and this list reflects that to a degree. Check it out.

Prof. Frank R. Baumgartner, Department of Political Science.

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