This is not a comprehensive list of publications. Please email if you want copies of some work not listed here.
PSRM -> Emily C. Benesh, Jeff Gill, Laura E. Lamb, and Kelle H. Moley. Maternal Obesity, Cage Density, and Age Contribute to Prostate Hyperplasia in Mice. Reproductive Biology, Forthcoming 2015. Local PDF.
PSRM -> James Monogan III and Jeff Gill. Measuring State and District Ideology with Spatial Realignment. Political Science Research and Methods, Forthcoming 2014. Reprints: Journal, Local PDF.
JPART -> Jeff Gill and Chris Witko. Bayesian Analytical Methods: A Methodological Prescription for Public Administration. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Forthcoming 2013. Reprints Full Text, PDF, Local PDF.
NetSci -> Jeff Gill and John Freeman. Dynamic Elicited Priors for Updating Covert Networks. Network Science, Volume 1, Issue 01 - April 2013, reprint.
Lancet-Neurology -> Jose A. Pineda, MD, Jeffrey R. Leonard, MD, Ioanna G. Mazotas, MD, Michael Noetzel, MD, David D. Limbrick, MD, Martin S. Keller, MD, Jeff Gill, PhD, and Allan Doctor, MD (primary authors: Jose Pineda, Jeff Gill, Allan Doctor). Effect of Implementation of a Paediatric Neurocritical Care Programme On Outcomes After Severe Traumatic Brain Injury: A Cohort Study. Lancet-Neurology, 2013, 12:1, 45-52. Lancet Online Version.
BJPS -> Skyler J. Cranmer and Jeff Gill. We Have to Be Discrete About This: A Non-Parametric Imputation Technique for Missing Categorical Data British Journal of Political Science, Forthcoming 2013. Reprint, BJPS Access.
JRSS-C -> Minjung Kyung, Jeff Gill, and George Casella. New Findings from Terrorism Data: Dirichlet Process Random Effects Models for Latent Groups Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C Forthcoming. Reprint: Local PDF, JRSS-C Version.
SMA` -> Minjung Kyung, Jeff Gill, and George Casella. Sampling Schemes for Generalized Linear Dirichlet Process Random Effects Models Statistical Methods & Applications Forthcoming. Reprint: Local PDF, Reprint.
PA -> Jeff Gill and Dominik Hangartner. Circular Data in Political Science and How to Handle It. Political Analysis 2010, 18(3). Reprint: Local PDF, OUP PDF (better), OUP html (with live links), R-Code, PoliSciZurich Discussion.
Bayesian Analysis ->Minjung Kyung, Jeff Gill, Malay Ghosh, and George Casella. Penalized Regression, Standard Errors, and Bayesian Lassos. Bayesian Analysis 2010. Abstract. Reprint..

S&P Letters ->Minjung Kyung, Jeff Gill, and George Casella. Characterizing the Variance Improvement in Linear Dirichlet Random Effect Models. Statistics & Probability Letters 2009. Reprint: PDF.

Annals ->Minjung Kyung, Jeff Gill, and George Casella. Estimation in Dirichlet Random Effects Models. Annals of Statistics 2009. Reprint: PDF.

JASA ->Jeff Gill, and George Casella. Nonparametric Priors For Ordinal Bayesian Social Science Models: Specification and Estimation. 2009. Journal of the American Statistical Association 2009. Reprint: PDF. Slides: PDF.

JRSS-A ->R. B. Garabed, W. O. Johnson, J. Gill, A. M. Perez, M. C. Thurmond. Exploration of associations between governance and economics and country level foot-and-mouth disease status by using Bayesian model averaging. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A 2008. Reprint: PDF. : HTML.
JSS -> Chris Zorn and Jeff Gill The Etiology of Public Support for the Designated Hitter Rule., Volume 2, Issue 2 (May 2007). PDF.
JSS ->Micah Altman, Jeff Gill, and Michael McDonald. accuracy: Tools for Accurate and Reliable Statistical Computing. Journal of Statistical Software, Volume 21, Issue 1 (July 2007). PDF.
PA -> Jeff Gill. Is Partial-Dimension Convergence a Problem for Inferences From MCMC Algorithms? Political Analysis 2004, 12(4). Reprint: PDF.
CJPS ->Michael Martinez and Jeff Gill. Does Turnout Decline Matter? Electoral Turnout and Partisan Choice in the 1997 Canadian Federal Election. Canadian Journal of Political Science, 39, 343-362 (June 2006). PDF.
JOP ->Michael Martinez and Jeff Gill. The Effects of Turnout on Partisan Outcomes in U.S. Presidential Elections 1960-2000. Journal of Politics 67:4, 1248-1274 (November 2005). Reprint: PDF. Appendix with coding details for 1964.
JOP ->Jeff Gill and Lee Walker. Elicited Priors for Bayesian Model Specifications in Political Science Research. 67:3, 841-872 (August 2005). Journal of Politics.   PDF, gzip-postscript.
PA ->Jeff Gill and George Casella. Dynamic Tempered Transitions for Exploring Multimodal Posterior Distributions. Political Analysis 2004, 12(4). Reprint: PDF. Summer Methodology Meeting Slides: PDF. In the same issue: Jeff Gill, Introducing the Special Issue of Political Analysis on Bayesian Methods. Reprint: PDF.
ES ->An Entropy Measure of Uncertainty in Vote Choice. 24:3, 371-392 (September 2005). Electoral Studies.   HTML, PDF, R code for running the model: entropy.data2.s, entropy.prior2.s, entropy.model2.s,

SfdS ->S'attaquer a l'Heritage de Fisher: Comment Tester une Hypothése en Science Sociale: Quelques Commentaires Sur Denis. Journal de la Société Française de Statistique, Volume 145, 4 (2004). PDF.
JPART -> Jeff Gill and Rick Waterman. Solidary and Functional Costs: Explaining the Presidential Appointment Contradiction. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Volume 14, Number 4, October 2004 . Reprints: PDF, Postscript.
SMR ->Jeff Gill and Gary King. What to do When Your Hessian is Not Invertible: Alternatives to Model Respecification in Nonlinear Estimation. Sociological Methods and Research, August 2004. Reprints: Postscript, PDF. Gauss Code for the Gill-Murray generalized Cholesky Decomposition. Gauss Code for the Schnabel-Eskow generalized Cholesky Decomposition, R version, and Some R routines for checking/running.. See also Gary's page for this project.
IJPA ->Quasi-Likelihood Models in R. in The Political Methodologist, Volume 11, Number 2, Spring 2003. Postscript, PDF.
IJPA ->Kevin Wagner and Jeff Gill. Bayesian Inference in Public Administration Research: Substantive Differences from Somewhat Different Assumptions. 28:1/2, 5-35 (January 2005). International Journal of Public Administration. PDF, Postscript.
IJPA ->Wielding LaTeX to Greater Effect. in The Political Methodologist Volume 11, Number 1, Fall 2002. Postscript, PDF.

IJPA ->Jeff Gill and Jason Gainous. Why Does Voting Get So Complicated? A Review of Theories for Analyzing Democratic Participation. Statistical Science, November 2002. Reprint: PDF.
IJPA ->Generalized Linear Models. In Encyclopedia of Social Science Research Methods. Sage. Reprints: Postscript, PDF.

IJPA ->Hierarchical Linear Models. In Encyclopedia of Social Measurement. Elsevier. Reprints: PDF, Postscript.
SPPQ -> Whose Variance is it Anyway? Interpreting Empirical Models with State-Level Data. State Politics and Policy Quarterly, Fall 2001, p.318-38. Reprints: PDF, Postscript. Figure 1: Alternative Population Models.
->Une mesure statistique de représentation bureaucratique: Amélioration sur la mesure de Nachmias-Rosenbloom de variation. For the 18th World Congress of Political Science, Quebec, August, 2000. Postscript.
Public Administration Review ->Jeff Gill and Ken Meier. Ralph's Pretty Good Grocery Versus Ralph's Super Market, Separating Excellent Agencies From the Good Ones. Public Administration Review, Volume 61, No. 1, January/February 2001, p.4-12. Reprints: PDF, Postscript.
PRQ ->The Insignificance of Null Hypothesis Significance Testing.
Political Research Quarterly, September 1999, p.647-674. Reprints: PDF, Postscript.
JPART ->  Public Administration Research and Practice: A Methodological Manifesto (with Ken Meier). Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, January 2000. PDF.
Public Administration Review -> Formal Models of Legislative/Administrative Interaction: A Survey of the Subfield.
Public Administration Review, Volume 55, No. 1, January/February 1995. PDF.
PRQ ->Jeff Gill and James Thurber. Tightwads and Spendthrifts: Measures of Fiscal Behavior In the House of Representatives. Political Research Quarterly, June 1999, p.387-401. Reprints: PDF, Postscript.