Adjunct Faculty Associate, Center for Political Studies
Ph.D. 2003 University of California, Berkeley (Political Science)
Department of Political Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
420 David Kinley Hall (MC-713), 1407 W. Gregory Dr., Urbana, IL 61801, United States
Political behavior (especially political participation) and political methodology (especially research design and analysis for causal and statistical inference, multilevel designs and models).
Selected publications. Please also see Jacob Bowers’ Curriculum Vitae (CV)...
Hansen, B.B. and J. Bowers, Attributing Effects to a Cluster-Randomized Get-Out-the-Vote Campaign. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 2009. 104(487): p. 873.
Jennings, M.K., L. Stoker, and J. Bowers, Politics across generations: Family transmission reexamined. The Journal of politics, 2009. 71(03): p. 782.
Bowers, J., Does Moving Disrupt Campaign Activity? Political psychology, 2004. 25(4): p. 525.
Bowers, J., EDA for HLM: Visualization when probabilistic inference fails. Political analysis, 2005. 13(4): p. 301.
Stoker, L. and J. Bowers, Designing multi-level studies:-sampling voters and electoral contexts. Electoral studies, 2002. 21(2): p. 235.