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Guy D. Whitten

Texas A&M University Phone: (979) 845-2511

Department of Political Science Fax: (979) 847-8924

TAMUS 4348 Email: g-whitten@pols.tamu.edu

College Station, TX 77843

Academic History

Ph.D., Political Science, University of Rochester. 1994.

M.A., Political Science, University of Rochester. 1991.

B.A., Political Science and History, Magna Cum Laude, University of Rochester. 1988.

Current Positions

Professor, Department of Political Science, Texas A&M University. September 2013–.

Cornerstone Fellow, College of Liberal Arts, Texas A&M University. September 2015–.

Director, European Union Center, Texas A&M University. April 2008–.

Director, Program in Scientific Political Methodology, Texas A&M University. September 2013–.

Previous Positions Visiting Professor, Sciences-Po/LIEPP, Paris, Summer 2014.

Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Texas A&M University. 2000-2013.

Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Political Science, Texas A&M University. 2008-11.

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Texas A&M University. 1994-2000.

Associate Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Political Science, Texas A&M University.

2007-8.

Interim Director, European Union Center, Texas A&M University. 2007-8.

Co-director, James Earl Rudder Normandy Program, Texas A&M University. Summer 1999.

Visiting Researcher, Department of Political Science, University of Amsterdam. Spring 1998.

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, UCLA. 1993-4.

Research Associate, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University. 1991-3.

Research Assistant and Campaign Staff Member for John Cartwright, MP for Woolwich, UK, 1987.

Peer Reviewed Publications Book Kellstedt, Paul M. and Guy D. Whitten. 2009, 2013. The Fundamentals of Political Science Research. Cambridge University Press.

Journals Philips, Andrew, Amanda Rutherford, and Guy D. Whitten. Forthcoming. “Dynamic Pie: A strategy for modeling trade-offs in compositional variables over time.” American Journal 1 of Political Science.

Philips, Andrew, Amanda Rutherford, and Guy D. Whitten. Forthcoming. “The Dynamic Battle for Pieces of Pie–modeling party support in multi-party nations.” Electoral Studies.

Williams, Laron K., Katsunori Seki and Guy D. Whitten. Forthcoming. “You’ve Got Some Ex- plaining to Do: The Influence of Economic Conditions and Spatial Competition on Party Strategy.” Political Science Research and Methods.

Williams, Laron K. and Guy D. Whitten. 2015. “Don’t Stand So Close to Me: Spatial Contagion Effects and Party Competition.” American Journal of Political Science. 59(2):309-325.

Lewis-Beck, Michael S. and Guy D. Whitten. 2013. “Economics and elections: effects deep and wide.” (Preface to special edition) Electoral Studies, 32(3):393-395.

Palmer, Harvey D., Laron K. Williams, and Guy D. Whitten. 2013. “Who Should be Chef? The dynamics of valence evaluations across income groups during economic crises.” Electoral Studies, 32(3):425-431.

Clarke, Harold D. and Guy D. Whitten. 2013. “Hard Choices in Hard Times: Valence Voting in Germany 2009.” Electoral Studies, 32(3):445-451.

Williams, Laron K. and Guy D. Whitten. 2012. “But Wait, Theres More! Maximizing Substantive Inferences from TSCS Models.” Journal of Politics, 74(3):685-693.

Williams, Laron K. and Guy D. Whitten. 2011. “Dynamic Simulations of Autoregressive Relationships.” Stata Journal, 11(4):577-588.

Palmer, Harvey D. and Guy D. Whitten. 2011. “Through Thick and Thin? The dynamics of government support across income groups during economic crises.” Electoral Studies, 30(3):427-437.

Escobar-Lemmon, Maria C. and Guy D. Whitten. 2011. “The Politics of Economic Crisis.” (Preface to special edition) Electoral Studies, 30(3):387-388.

Whitten, Guy D. and Laron K. Williams. 2011. “Buttery Guns and Welfare Hawks: The Politics of Defense Spending in Advanced Industrial Democracies.” American Journal of Political Science, 55(1):117-134.

Mitchell, Neil J., Kerry G. Herron, Hank C. Jenkins-Smith, and Guy D. Whitten. 2007. “Elite Beliefs, Epistemic Communities, and the Atlantic Divide: Foreign and Domestic Policy Preferences in the United States and European Union” British Journal of Political Science, 37:753-764.

Palmer, Harvey D. and Guy D. Whitten. 2003. “Ignorance Is No Excuse: Data Mining versus Theoretical Formulation of Hypotheses.” British Journal of Political Science, 33:159-160.

Palmer, Harvey D. and Guy D. Whitten. 2003. “Questionable Analyses with No Theoretical Innovation: A Response to Royed, Leyden, and Borrelli.” British Journal of Political Science, 33:139-149.

Palmer, Harvey D. and Guy D. Whitten. 2000. “Government Competence, Economic Performance and Endogenous Election Dates.” Electoral Studies, 19:413-426.

Palmer, Harvey D. and Guy D. Whitten. 1999. “The Electoral Impacts of Unexpected Inflation 2 and Economic Growth.” British Journal of Political Science, 29:623-639.

Whitten, Guy D. and Harvey D. Palmer. 1999. “Cross National Analyses of Economic Voting.” Electoral Studies, 18:49-67.

Gabel, Matthew and Guy D. Whitten. 1997. “Economic Conditions, Economic Perceptions, and Public Support for European Integration.” Political Behavior, 19:81-96.





Whitten, Guy D. and Henry Bienen. 1996. “Political Violence and Time in Power.” Armed Forces and Society, 23:209-234.

Whitten, Guy D. and Harvey D. Palmer. 1996. “Heightening Comparativists’ Concern for Model Choice: Voting Behavior in Great Britain and the Netherlands.” American Journal of Political Science, 40:231-260.

Franklin, Mark, Richard Niemi and Guy D. Whitten. 1994. “The Two Faces of Tactical Voting.” British Journal of Political Science, 24:549-556.

Niemi, Richard, Guy D. Whitten, and Mark Franklin. 1993. “People Who Live in Glass Houses...

Evans and Heath’s Critique of our Note on Tactical Voting.” British Journal of Political Science, 23:549-552.

Powell, G. Bingham and Guy D. Whitten. 1993. “A Cross-National Analysis of Retrospective Voting: Integrating Economic and Political Variables.” American Journal of Political Science, 37:391-414.

Niemi, Richard, Guy D. Whitten, and Mark Franklin. 1992. “Constituency Characteristics, Individual Characteristics, and Tactical Voting in the 1987 British General Election.” British Journal of Political Science, 22:229-239.

Book Chapters Samuelson, Charles D. Arnold Vedlitz, Guy D. Whitten, Marty Matlock, Letitia T. Alston, Tarla Rae Peterson, and Susan J. Gilbertz. 2005. “Citizen Participation and Representation in Collaborative Engagement Processes.” in Swimming Upstream: Collaborative Approaches to Watershed Management, edited by Paul A. Sabatier, Will Focht, Mark Lubell, Zev Trachtenberg, Arnold Vedlitz, and Marty Matlock. The MIT Press.

Whitten, Guy D. 2004. “Could there possibly have been economic voting?” in The French Voter:

Before and After the 2002 Elections, edited by Michael Lewis-Beck. Palgrave Macmillan.

Palmer, Harvey D. and Guy D. Whitten. 2002. “Economics, Politics, and the Cost of Ruling in Advanced Industrial Democracies: How Much Does Context Matter?” in Economic Voting, edited by Han Dorussen and Michaell Taylor. Routledge.

Other Whitten, Guy D. 2011. “Misspecification,” in the International Encyclopedia of Political Science, eds. Bertrand Badie, Dirk Berg-Schlosser, and Leonardo Morlino. Sage.

Whitten, Guy D. 2003. “Contingent Effects,” in the Encyclopedia of Social Science Research Methods, eds. Michael Lewis-Beck, Alan E. Bryman, and Tim Futing Liao. Sage.

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Graduate Courses Comparative Political Economy Comparative Political Systems Components of Political Inquiry Quantitative Political Analysis I & II Advanced Regression Analysis OLS: The Right-Hand Side Multiple Regression Analysis Time Series Applications and Advances International Graduate Teaching Instructor, Essex School in Social Science Data Analysis, University of Essex, UK. 2000–.

Instructor, International Political Science Association Summer School for Concepts, Methods, and Techniques in Political Science, University of S˜o Paulo, Brazil. 2010–.

a Instructor, Workshops on Social Science Research, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec. 2012–.

Instructor, ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research. 2014–.

Instructor, International Political Science Association Summer School for Concepts, Methods, and Techniques in Political Science, National University of Singapore. 2012–.

Instructor, Short course on “Fundamentals of Political Science Research,” Universidad EAFIT, Medell´ Colombia. 2014.

ın, Instructor, Concordia School in Social Science Data Analysis, Montreal. Summer 2009.

Doctoral Advising (Current Appointments in Parentheses) Chair : Andrew Philips, PhD candidate.

Chair : Katsunori Seki, 2015 (University of Mannheim, Germany).

Chair : Cameron Wimpy, 2014 (Fors Marsh Group, Washington DC).

Chair : Laron K. Williams, 2008 (University of Missouri, Columbia).

Co-chair : Joe Clare, 2006 (Louisiana State University).

Co-chair : Melissa Scheier, 2003 (Georgetown College).

Member : Mallory Compton, PhD candidate.

Member : Nathan Favero, PhD candidate.

4 Member : Amanda Rutherford, 2015 (Indiana University).

Member : Carla Flink, 2014 (University of Texas, San Antonio).

Member : Erica Socker, 2013 (Brookings Institute).

Member : Han Soo Lee, 2009 (University of Iowa).

Member : Douglas W. Kuberski, 2009 (Florida State College).

Member : David Rossbach, 2008 (Chatham University).

Member : Holly Goerdel, 2007 (University of Kansas).

Member : Renat Shaykhutdinov, 2007 (Florida Atlantic University).

Member : Tetsutya Matsubayashi, 2007 (University of North Texas).

Member : Riad Attar, 2006 (Miami University, Ohio).

Member : Belinda Bragg, 2006 (Texas A&M University).

Member : Eric Gonzalez Juenke, 2004 (Michigan State University).

Grants and Fellowships Principal Investigator, “Getting to Know Europe.” Sponsored by the European Commission. 2008Co-Principal Investigator, “Development of an Urban Watershed Rehabilitation Method using Stakeholder Feedback to Direct Investigation and Restoration Planning.” Jointly sponsored by the Environmental Protection Agency, National Science Foundation, and the U.S.

Department of Agriculture. 1998-2001. $838,767.

Co-Principal Investigator, “Democratization, Economics, and Party Competition in Post-Communist Albania,” 1996-1997. National Science Foundation Grant 9612749. $4,965.

Co-Principal Investigator, “Economics and Party Competition in Post-Communist Europe,” Texas A&M University Program to Enhance Scholarly and Creative Activities Grant. 1996.

British Politics and Society, 1996. Texas A&M University Honors Curriculum Development Grant.

Visiting Scholar Fellowship, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, 1991-93.

University Fellowship, University of Rochester, 1988-91.

Recent Invited Presentations “Comparing Dynamic Pies: Modeling the Dynamics of State Expenditures.” Delivered at the University of S˜o Paulo, Brazil, August 13, 2015.

a “Writing and Publishing Strategies.” Delivered at the University of Singapore, June 17, 2015.

“Spatial Meets Spatial: Examining the Role of Party Placement in Economic Voting.” McGill University, April 10, 2015.

“Recent Trends in Research on Economic Voting: Lessons Learned and an Agenda for Developing Democracies.” Opening talk at the “Workshop on Economic Voting in Developing Democracies,” University of S˜o Paulo, Brazil, February 7, 2015.

a “Exploring Spatial Robustness.” Delivered at the conference on “Robustness Testing and the Empirical Analysis of Observational Data” K¨ln Center for Comparative Politics, September o 24, 2014.

“Let them eat pie–a strategy for modeling dynamic compositions.” Delivered at the National University of Singapore, July 4, 2014.

“Dynamic pie: A rich menu of research possibilities.” Delivered at the University of S˜o Paulo, a Brazil, May 15, 2014.

“The Dynamic Pie Project—A Strategy for Modeling Dynamic Political Tradeoffs.” Delivered at the Instituto de Estudos Socias e Politicos, Rio de Janeiro, May 5, 2014.

“Dynamic Battles for Pieces of Pie—A Strategy for Modeling Political Competition.” Delivered at the University of Georgia, April 11, 2014.

“Writing and Publishing Strategies.” Delivered at the University of Singapore, July 17, 2013.

“Using Political Methodology To Say Something About Politics.” Delivered at the University of S˜o Paulo, Brazil, March 21, 2013.

a “Don’t Stand So Close to Me: Spatial Contagion Effects and Party Competition.” Delivered at the Funda¸˜o Getulio Vargas, S˜o Paulo, Brazil, March 15, 2013.

ca a “Don’t Stand So Close to Me: Spatial Contagion Effects and Party Competition” Delivered at Rice University, December 6, 2012.

“Strategic Elites and Economic Voting.” Delivered at the 3rd Annual International Political Science Association Summer School for Concepts Methods and Techniques in Political Science, University of S˜o Paulo, Brazil, January 31, 2012.

a “The Business of Political Science.” Delivered at the “1er Seminario Internacional: Perspectivas empresariales de la Ciencia Pol´ ıtica en Colombia” (1st international seminar on business perspectives of political science in Colombia). Organized by the Cifras & Conceptos, Bogot´, a Colombia, October 21, 2011.

“Hard Choices in Hard Times: Valence Voting in Germany 2009.” Delivered at the conference on “European Responses to Economic Crisis: Lessons for the US.” Indiana University, Bloomington. April 7-8, 2011.

“The quest for causal inference - recent developments in the social sciences.” Delivered at the 2nd Annual International Political Science Association Summer School for Concepts Methods and Techniques in Political Science, University of S˜o Paulo, Brazil, February 8, 2011.



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