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Richard Witmer
Richard Witmer
Department of Political Science, Creighton University
Verified email at creighton.edu
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Disentangling diffusion: The effects of social learning and economic competition on state policy innovation and expansion
FJ Boehmke, R Witmer
Political Research Quarterly 57 (1), 39-51, 2004
4922004
Forced federalism: Contemporary challenges to indigenous nationhood
J Corntassel, RC Witmer
University of Oklahoma Press, 2008
1872008
American Indian tribal government support of office-seekers: Findings from the 1994 election
JJ Corntassel, RC Witmer II
The Social Science Journal 34 (4), 511-525, 1997
481997
American Indian political incorporation in the post-Indian Gaming Regulatory Act era
R Witmer, FJ Boehmke
The Social Science Journal 44 (1), 127-145, 2007
362007
Promoting student learning and scholarship through undergraduate research journals
M Mariani, F Buckley, T Reidy, R Witmer
PS: Political Science & Politics 46 (4), 830-835, 2013
342013
Indian nations as interest groups: Tribal motivations for contributions to US senators
FJ Boehmke, R Witmer
Political Research Quarterly 65 (1), 179-191, 2012
342012
American Indian policy in the states
RC Witmer, J Johnson, FJ Boehmke
Social Science Quarterly 95 (4), 1043-1063, 2014
192014
Close enough for comfort? The spatial structure of interest and information in ballot measure elections
FJ Boehmke, RP Branton, G Dillingham, RC Witmer
The Journal of Politics 74 (3), 827-839, 2012
162012
Building capacity in indigenous governance: Comparing the Australian and American experiences
BA Hendrix, D Delaney, RC Witmer, M Moran, W Sanders, E Ganter
Australian Journal of Public Administration 79 (1), 26-40, 2020
92020
The Power of the Pen: Human Rights Ombudsmen and Personal Integrity Violations in Latin America, 1982-2006.
E Moreno, R Witmer
Human Rights Review 17 (2), 143-164, 2016
92016
US Domestic Politics and International Cooperation, 1953–1998
V Krause, S Suzuki, R Witmer
International Politics 43, 620-643, 2006
82006
Federal Indian law and environmental policy: A social continuity of violence
P Jacques, S Ridgeway, R Witmer
J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 18, 223, 2003
82003
Resource accumulation and political lobbying: The empowerment of Native Americans through gaming revenue
FJ Boehmke, R Witmer
Working Paper. University of Iowa, 2002
82002
Battlelines of Sovereignty: Forced Federalism and American Indian Mobilization in the 1990’s
J Corntassel, R Witmer
American Political Science Association Meeting, Washington, DC, Aug, 2000
82000
State lobbying registration by native American tribes
FJ Boehmke, R Witmer
Politics, Groups, and Identities 3 (4), 633-648, 2015
72015
Tribal political expenditures in California and Washington DC
FJ Boehmke, R Witmer
The new politics of Indian gaming: the rise of reservation interest groups …, 2011
72011
Representation and lobbying by Indian nations in California: Is tribal lobbying all about gaming?
FJ Boehmke, RC Witmer
Interest groups & advocacy 9 (1), 80-101, 2020
62020
Hard money, soft money and lobbying expenditures: The emergence and growth of American Indian campaign contributions
FJ Boehmke, R Witmer
Paper presented at the 2003 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science …, 2003
62003
American Indian representation and state policy
J Johnson, R Witmer
Representation 56 (2), 173-193, 2020
52020
INTRODUCTION.
LA Kelly, M Beveridge, DJ Baird, JF Muir
Aquaculture Research 26 (8), 1995
51995
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