Rice, Douglas. Agenda Dynamics in the Federal Courts. University of Virginia Press, Charlottesville, VA.
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Rice, Douglas and Christopher Zorn. 2016. "Troll-in-Chief? Affective Opinion Content and the Influence of the Chief Justice." In David Danelski & Artemus Ward, eds. The Chief Justice: Appointment and Influence. University of Michigan Press.
Rice, Douglas. 2014. "On Courts and Pocketbooks: Macroeconomic Judicial Behavior Across Methods of Judicial Selection." The Journal of Law and Courts 2(2):327-347.
Rice, Douglas. 2014. "The Impact of Supreme Court Activity on the Judicial Agenda." Law & Society Review 48(1): 63-90. [pdf]
Clark, Tom, Jeffrey Lax and Douglas Rice. 2014. "Measuring Salience as a Latent Variable." Law and Courts: The Newsletter of the Law and Courts Section 24(2):8-10.
Barney, David, Douglas Rice, and Brian Schaffner. "Political Ideology and Issue Importance: A Salience-Weighted Latent Variable Approach."
Rice, Douglas. “Understanding Legal Meaning Through Word Embeddings.”
Rice, Douglas. “The Language of Newspaper Coverage of the U.S. Supreme Court.”
Nteta, Tatishe, Jesse Rhodes, and Douglas Rice. “Understanding Racial Bias Among Jurors.”
Caldeira, Greg, Douglas Rice, Charles Smith and Christopher Zorn. "The Ideological Content of Reversals and Affirmances Revisited"
Presented at the 2016 American Political Science Association Conference, September 1, 2016.
Dowling, Conor and Douglas Rice. "Campaigning from the Bench: New-style Judicial Campaigns and Opinion Content."
Presented at the 2016 Midwest Political Science Association Conference, April 7, 2016.
Rice, Douglas and Christopher Zorn. “Dissenting, Consensus, and Collegiality on the U.S. Supreme Court.”
Presented at the 2014 Southern Political Science Association Conference, January 8, 2014.
Presented at the 2013 Midwest Political Science Association Conference, April 11, 2013.
Ganguli, Ina, Fidan Kurtulus, Tiffany Trzebiatowski, and Douglas Rice. “The Costs of Discriminating: Evidence from Employment Discrimination Lawsuits.”
Research Grant, Institute of Diversity Science, UMass Amherst, Spring 2018
Matching Grant Award, Center for Data Science, UMass Amherst
Nteta, Tatishe and Douglas Rice. “Driving a Wedge? Micro-Targeting and the Impact of Republican Campaign Appeals on African
American Vote Choice.”
Goelzhauser, Greg, Benjamin Kassow, and Douglas Rice. “Measuring Case Complexity.”
Kwon, Hyoung-Keun, Adam Sawyer, Saba Siddiki, Seth Frey, and Douglas Rice. “Machine coding with the Grammar of Institutions.”