Publications by Type: Journal Article

2005
Panagopoulos, Costas. 2005. “Calendar Games: Timing and Sequence in Presidential Selection”. Campaigns & Elections December.
On Deaf Ears: The Limits of the Bully Pulpit and The Campaign Continues: How Political Consultants and Campaign Tactics Affect Public Policy
Edwards, George C., Douglas A. Lathrop, and Costas Panagopoulos. 2005. “On Deaf Ears: The Limits of the Bully Pulpit and The Campaign Continues: How Political Consultants and Campaign Tactics Affect Public Policy”. Public Opinion Quarterly.
2004
Panagopoulos, Costas. 2004. “Boy talk/girl talk: Gender differences in campaign communications strategies”. Women & Politics 26 (3-4):131–155.
Panagopoulos, Costas. 2004. “Electoral Reform”. Public opinion quarterly 68 (4):623–640.
Erikson, Robert S, Costas Panagopoulos, and Christopher Wlezien. 2004. “Likely (and unlikely) voters and the assessment of campaign dynamics”. Public Opinion Quarterly 68 (4):588–601.
The Making of the Presidential Candidates 2004
Mayer, William G., and Costas Panagopoulos. 2004. “The Making of the Presidential Candidates 2004”. Campaigns & Elections.
One-Car Caravan: On the Road with the 2004 Democrats Before America Tunes In by Walter Shapiro
Panagopoulos, Costas. 2004. “One-Car Caravan: On the Road with the 2004 Democrats Before America Tunes In by Walter Shapiro”. Political Science Quarterly 119 (1):212–213.
The Front-Loading Problem in Presidential Nominations
Panagopoulos, Costas, William G. Mayer, and Andrew E. Busch. 2004. “The Front-Loading Problem in Presidential Nominations”. Political Science Quarterly.
Political implications of digital (e-) government
Baker, Paul MA, and Costas Panagopoulos. 2004. “Political implications of digital (e-) government”. Digital government: Principles and best practices 96–115.
Consequences of the cyberstate: The political implications of digital government in international context
Panagopoulos, Costas. 2004. “Consequences of the cyberstate: The political implications of digital government in international context”. Digital government: Principles and best practices 116–132.

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