Faculty-Graduate Student Research Collaboration
Ryan, Timothy J. and J Ehlinger. Particular Politics: The Hidden Face of Issue Voting. (Book manuscript under contract with Cambridge University Press.)
Mehlhaff, Isaac D., Marc Hetherington, Michael MacKuen, and Timothy J. Ryan. “Fear, Covid-19, and the Limits of Partisan Motivated Reasoning” (Under review).
Lucy Martin, Brigitte Seim, Simon Hoellerbauer, & Luis Camacho. Marketing Taxation? Experimental Evidence on Enforcement and Bargaining in Malawian Markets.
Alper, Kaitlin and Cameron Ballard-Rosa. “Student debt and housing costs in Europe.”
Anthony Lindsay, Bailee Donaue, and Mark J.C. Crescenzi, “Expertise-Specific Reputation: Prior Knowledge of International Relations impacts Reputation Updating.”
Bailee Donahue, Rob Williams, and Mark J.C. Crescenzi, “Unsettled Borders in a Market Context.”
Courtney Blackington and Milada Anna Vachudova, “Oppositions Assemble: Ethnopopulists in Power and the Parties that Oppose Them,”
Courtney Blackington, Antoaneta Dimitrova, Iulia Ionita and Milada Anna Vachudova,“Mobilizing for Democracy. Pro-democracy movements and their impact on democratic backsliding”
Working as Designed: Race, Poverty, and Inequality in the North Carolina Criminal Justice System. A book-length analysis of of arrest records, using comprehensive data from the North Carolina courts with millions of observations from 2013 through 2019. (Frank R. Baumgartner, Christian Caron, Marty A. Davidson, and Kaneesha R. Johnson)
A Critique of the Veil of Darkness Method of Assessing Racial Disparities in Traffic Stops. Target for submission: Spring 2022. (with Anthony Lindsey)
“Populism and the Representation Gap” (Nicolás de la Cerda, Jonathan Hartlyn and Cecilia Martinez-Gallardo)
“Information searches and emotions in times of crisis” (Nicolás de la Cerda, Cecilia Martinez-Gallardo, Graeme Robertson and Grigore Pop-Eleches)
Work Under Review or Forthcoming
Eroll Kuhn and Rahsaan Maxwell. “Do foreign-born communities help or hinder asylum seeker integration?”
Bailee Donahue and Mark J.C. Crescenzi, “Weathering the Storm: Good Will Reservoirs, Crisis, and Reputations for Reliability” (forthcoming), Foreign Policy Analysis.
Lindsay Reid, Kelly M. Kadera, and Mark J.C. Crescenzi, “Civil War Mediation and the Conflict Environment: Does Regional Instability Influence the Onset of Mediation?” Under Review (Revise and Resubmit)
Purchasing Privilege? Driver Identity, Status Cues, and Unwarranted Police Suspicion. Submitted, Political Research Quarterly, December 2021 (Frank R. Baumgartner, Colin Case, and Will Spillman)
Racial Resentment and the Death Penalty. Submitted, British Journal of Political Science, December, 2021. (Frank R. Baumgartner, Christian Caron, and Scott Duxbury)
Revisiting Party System Structuration in Latin America and Europe: Economic and Socio-Cultural Dimensions, Cecilia Martínez-Gallardo, Nicolás de la Cerda, Jonathan Hartlyn, Ryan Bakker, Liesbet Hooghe, Gary Marks. Forthcoming in Party Politics 2022
“Mexico: A Politically Effective Populist Pandemic Response” (Nicolás de la Cerda and Cecilia Martinez-Gallardo). Forthcoming book chapter.
Cottle, Emily M. and Jason M. Roberts. “Nomination Struggles in the Post-nuclear Senate.” The Forum. Forthcoming.
Evelyne Huber, John D. Stephens, and Kaitlin Alper, “The Varied Sources of Increasing Wage Dispersion,” submitted for edited volume in honor of Klaus Armingeon.
Baumgartner, Frank R., Amanda Grigg, Rachelle Ramìrez, and J. Sawyer Lucy. “The Mayhem of Wrongful Liberty: Documenting the Crimes of True Perpetrators in Cases of Wrongful Incarceration.” Albany Law Review. Forthcoming 2018.
Chergosky, Anthony J. and Jason M. Roberts. “The De-Institutionalization of Congress.” Political Science Quarterly. Forthcoming.
Conover, Pamela Johnston, and Patrick R. Miller. “How Republicans Won on Voter Identification Laws: The Roles of Strategic Reasoning & Moral Conviction.” Social Science Quarterly. Forthcoming.
Marks, Gary, David Attewell, Jan Rovny, and Liesbet Hooghe. “Dealignment Meets Cleavage Theory.” Submitted.
Unah, Isaac, Wilbur C. Rich, ed. (with Ryan Williams). “The Legacy of the Obama Presidency in the United States Supreme Court.” In Hope and Change: The Legacy of Obama’s Presidency in Perspective. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. Forthcoming.
Unah, Isaac, Ryan Williams, Christopher Wall (University of Chicago School of Law). “The Effect of Subject-Matter Expertise in the United States Supreme Court.” Journal Submission Pending.
Unah, Isaac, Ryan Williams, Stephanie Zaino. “Women Judges and Intergenerational Change in the U.S. Courts of Appeals.” Journal Submission Pending.
Estancona, Chelsea, Lucia Bird, and Mark Crescenzi. “Elections and the Timing of Internal Aggression.” Under Review.
Curiel, John A., Anne E. Sanders, Thu-Mai L. Christian, Sophia Laerty-Hess, Lewis N. Lampiris, and Gary D.Slade.“Fluoridation Advocacy in Referendums where Media Coverage is Balanced, yet Biased.” The Journal of the American Dental Association. Forthcoming.
Magni, Gabriele and Andrew Reynolds. “Does Sexual Orientation Still Matter? The impact of LGBT candidate identity and visibility on vote share in the UK elections of 2015.” American Political Science Review. Forthcoming.
Jansa, J., & M. Hoyman (2018). “Do Unions Punish Democrats? Free Trade Votes and Labor PAC Contributions 1999-2012.” Political Research Quarterly. Forthcoming.
Evelyne Huber, Claire Dunn, and John D. Stephens, “Social Investment and Neoliberal Legacies in Latin America: Breaking the Mold?” In Julian Garritzmann, Silja Häusermann, and Bruno Palier (eds.) The World Politics of Social Investment. Oxford University Press. 2022. 377-403. [previously listed as Work under Review or Forthcoming]
Ryan, Timothy J. and Amanda Aziz. 2021. “Is the Political Right More Credulous? Experimental Evidence Against Asymmetric Motivations to Believe False Political Information.” Journal of Politics 83(3):1168–1172.
Kaitlin Alper, Evelyne Huber, and John D. Stephens, “Poverty and Social Rights Among the Working Age Population in Post-Industrial Democracies” (with), Social Forces 99 (4): 1710-44, 2021. https://doi-org.libproxy.lib.unc.edu/10.1093/sf/soaa073.
Williams, Rob, Daniel J. Gustafson, Stephen E. Gent, and Mark J. C. Crescenzi. 2021. “A Latent Variable Approach to Measuring and Explaining Peace Agreement Strength.” Political Science Research and Methods 9(1): 89–105. https://doi.org/10.1017/psrm.2019.23
Jan Rovny and Milada Anna Vachudova (2019). “In Prague, Protestors Demand the Resignation of Prime Minister Andrej Babiš: Why is Liberal Democracy Under Threat in the Czech Republic?” The Monkey Cage, The Washington Post, 25 June 2019.
Better for Everyone: Black Descriptive Representation and Police Traffic Stops. Politics, Groups, and Identities, Online version 2021. (Leah Christiani, Kelsey Shoub, Frank R. Baumgartner, Derek A. Epp, and Kevin Roach) doi: 10.1080/21565503.2021.1892782.
Throwing away the Key: The Unintended Consequences of “Tough-on-Crime” Laws. Perspectives on Politics 19, 4 (2021): 1233–1246. (Frank R. Baumgartner, Tamira Daniely, Kalley Huang, Sydney Johnson, Alexander Love, Lyle May, Patrice McGloin, Allison Swagert, Niharika Vattikonda, and Kamryn Washington) doi: 10.1017/S153759272100164X.
Fines, Fees, and Disparities: The Link between Municipal Reliance on Fines and Racial Disparities in Policing. Policy Studies Journal 49, 3 (2021): 835–859. (Kelsey Shoub, Leah Christiani, Frank R. Baumgartner, Derek A. Epp, and Kevin Roach) doi: 10.1111/psj.12412.
Austin Bussing, Will Patton, Jason M. Roberts, and Sarah A. Treul. 2020. “The Electoral Consequences of Roll Call Voting: Health Care and the 2018 Election.” Political Behavior.
Nicholas O. Howard and Jason M. Roberts 2020. “Obstruction and the Politics of Civilian Nominations.” American Politics Research 48 (May 2020) 414-421.
Rachel Porter, and Jason M. Roberts. 2020. “The Nationalization of Congressional Elections, “ In New Directions in Congressional Politics. eds. Jamie L. Carson and Michael S. Lynch. Routledge.
Evelyne Huber Bilyana Petrova and John D. Stephens, “Financialization, Labor Market Institutions, and Inequality” (with), Review of International Political Economy. 2020. doiorg.libproxy.lib.unc.edu/10.1080/09692290.2020.1808046
Evelyne Huber, John D. Stephens, and Kaitlin Alper “The Varied Sources of Increasing Wage Dispersion” (with). Pp.231-52 in Romana Careja, Patrick Emmenegger, and Nathalie Giger (eds.) The European Social Model under Pressure, Wiesbaden: SpringerVS, 2020.
Evelyne Huber, Jacob Gunderson, and John D. Stephens, “Private Education and Inequality in the Knowledge Economy” (with), Policy and Society, Vol.39, No.2: 171-188, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1080/14494035.2019.1636603
Lindsay Reid, Rachel Myrick, Kelly M. Kadera, and Mark J.C. Crescenzi, “Conflict Environments in Space and Time: Civil War Onset.” 2020, the Journal of Global Security Studies. doi: 10.1093/jogss/ogz064
Tyler Steelman and Virginia Gray, “I Choose You! Interest Group Endorsements in the 2018 U.S. House Midterm Elections,” Interest Groups and Advocacy, 9 (June, 2020):159-178.
At the Intersection: Race, Gender, and Discretion in Police Traffic Stop Outcomes. Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics, Online version 2020. (Kevin Roach, Frank R. Baumgartner, Leah Christiani, Derek A. Epp, Kelsey Shoub) doi: 10.1017/rep.2020.35.
Learning to Kill: Why a Small Handful of Counties Generates the Bulk of US Death Sentences. PLoS-ONE, 15, 10 (2020): e0240401. (Frank R. Baumgartner, Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, Benjamin W. Campbell, Christian Caron, and Hailey Sherman)
Race, Place, and Context: The Persistence of Race Effects in Traffic Stop Outcomes. Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics 5, 3 (2020): 481–508. (Kelsey Shoub, Derek A. Epp, Frank R. Baumgartner, Leah Christiani, and Kevin Roach) doi: 10.1017/rep.2020.8.
Re-Prioritizing Traffic Stops to Reduce Motor Vehicle Crash Outcomes and Racial Disparities. Injury Epidemiology 7, 3 (2020). (Mike Fliss, Frank R. Baumgartner, Paul Delamater, Steve Marshall, Charles Poole, and Whitney Robinson) doi: 10.1186/s40621-019-0227-6.
Anthony J. Chergosky and Jason M. Roberts. 2019. “The De-Institutionalization of Congress.” Political Science Quarterly 133 (Fall 2018) 475-495.
Evelyne Huber, Jingjing Huo, John D. Stephens “Power, Policy, and Top Income Shares” (with), Socio-Economic Review 17(2): 231-54, 2019. doi: 10.1093/ser/mwx027.
Eric Hansen, Nick Carnes, and Virginia Gray, “What Happens When Insurers Make Insurance Laws? State Legislative Agendas and the Occupational Makeup of Government, State Politics and Policy Quarterly, 19 (#2, 2019):155-179.
Ryan Bakker, Jan Rovny, Liesbet Hooghe, Seth Jolly, Gary Marks, Jonathan Polk, Marco Steenbergen and Milada Vachudova (2021). “Contesting Covid: The Ideological Bases of Partisan Responses to the Covid-19 Pandemic,” European Journal of Political Research, 11,7.
Seth Jolly, Ryan Bakker, Liesbet Hooghe, Gary Marks, Jonathan Polk, Jan Rovny, Marco Steenbergen and Milada Anna Vachudova (2021). “Chapel Hill Expert Survey Trend File,” Electoral Studies 75 (2022) 102420.
Rahsaan Maxwell and Lucie House. 2018. “Evaluating the character of people who insult the nation: Implications for immigrant integration” Political Psychology 39(2): 325-343.
Santiago Anria and Evelyne Huber, “The Key to Evo Morales’ Political Longevity,” Foreign Affairs www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/bolivia/2018-02-14/key-evo-morales-political-longevity?cid=int-fls&pgtype=hpg
Evelyne Huber and Sara Niedzwiecki, “Changing Systems of Social Protection in the Context of the Changing Political Economies since the 1980s,” Ciència & Saúde Coletiva, Vol. 23, No.7: 2085-2094, 2018. http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_issuetoc&pid=1413-812320180007&lng=pt&nrm=iso
Suspect Citizens: What 20 Million Traffic Stops Tell Us About Policing and Race. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2018. (Frank R. Baumgartner, Derek A. Epp and Kelsey Shoub).
- Winner of the C. Herman Pritchett Award for the best book published in 2018 from the APSA Section on Law and Courts, 2019.
Hooghe, Liesbet and Gary Marks. “Symposium: Scale, Community and Regional Governance.” with commentaries by Kent Eaton, JP Faguet, and Imke Harbers, and a response by Arjan Schakel, Liesbet Hooghe, Gary Marks, Sara Niedzwiecki, Sandra Chapman Osterkatz and Sarah Shair-Rosenfield. R&R from Territory, Politics, and Governance.
Niedzwiecki, Sara, Sandra Chapman Osterkatz, Liesbet Hooghe, Gary Marks. “The RAI Travels to Latin America: Measuring Regional Authority under Regime Change.” R&R from Regional and Federal Studies.
Hafner-Burton, Emilie M., Layna Mosley, Robert Galantucci (former Grad Student). “Protecting Workers Abroad and Industries at Home, Rights-based Constitutionality in Trade Preference Programs” Journal of Conflict Resolution. July 12th, 2018.
Jansa, J., & M. Hoyman (2018). “Is Punishing Friends Effective?: An Analysis of Labor’s Withdrawal of Campaign Funds from Pro-Free Trade Democrats, 1993-2012.” Paper presented at the LERA Summer Conference, June 15, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois.
Joshua Jansa, Eric Hansen, and Virginia Gray. “Copy and Paste Lawmaking: Legislative Professionalism and Policy Reinvention in the States.” American Politics Research. 1-29, May 2018.
Baumgartner, Frank R., Derek A. Epp, Kelsey Shoub, and Bayard Love. “Targeting Young Men of Color for Search and Arrest during Traffic Stops: Evidence from North Carolina, 2002-2013.” Politics, Groups, and Identities 5, 1 (2017): 107–31.
Baumgartner, Frank R., Leah Christiani, Derek A. Epp, Kevin Roach, and Kelsey Shoub. “Racial Disparities in Traffic Stop Outcomes”. Duke Forum for Law and Social Change 9 (2017): 21–53.
Baumgartner, Frank R., Marcello Carammia, Derek A. Epp, Ben Noble, Beatriz Rey, andTevfik Murat Yildirim.“Budgetary Change in Authoritarian and Democratic Regimes.” Journal of European Public Policy 24, 6 (2017): 792–808
Epp, Derek A. and Frank R. Baumgartner. “Complexity, Capacity, and Budget Punctuations.” Policy Studies Journal 45, 2 (2017): 247–64.
Hooghe, Liesbet , Gary Marks, Tobias Lenz, Jeanine Bezuijen, Besir Ceka, Svet Derderyan. “Measuring International Authority: A Postfunctionalist Theory of Governance.” Vol. III, Oxford: OUP, 900pp.
Polk, Jonathan, Jan Rovny, Ryan Bakker, Liesbet Hooghe, Jelle Koedam, Seth Jolly, Gary Marks, Marco Steenbergen, Milada Vachudova. “Explaining the Salience of Anti-elitism and Reducing Political Corruption for Political Parties in Europe with the 2014 Chapel Hill Expert Survey Data,” Research & Politics, January-March 2017: 1–9.
Crescenzi, Mark J.C. and Bailee Donahue. “Rediscovering Reputation Through Theory and Evidence” in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, ed. William Thompson. New York: Oxford University Press.
Crescenzi, Mark J.C. and Bailee Donahue. “Reputation in International Relations” in Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations, ed. Patrick James. New York: Oxford University Press. (Annotated Bibliography)
Jonathan Polk, Jan Rovny, Ryan Bakker, Liesbet Hooghe, Seth Jolly, Gary Marks, Marco Steenbergen and Milada Vachudova (2017). “Explaining the Salience of Anti-elitism and Reducing Political Corruption for Political Parties in Europe with the 2014 Chapel Hill Expert Survey data,” Research and Politics 4, 1: 1-9.
Joshua Jansa and Virginia Gray, “Captured Development: Industry Influence and State Economic Development Subsidies in the Great Recession Era,” Economic Development Quarterly, 2017 (31, Jan: 50-64).
Alixandra B. Yanus and Virginia Gray. “Issue Content on the U.S. Supreme Court’s Agenda: A View from the States.” Justice System Journal, 2017 (38, Issue 3:277-290).
Ryan, Timothy J., Matthews S. Wells, and Brice D.L. Acree. “Emotional Responses to Disturbing Political News: The Role of Personality.” Journal of Experimental Political Science. Forthcoming.
Epp, Derek A. and Frank R. Baumgartner. “Complexity, Capacity, and Budget Punctuations.” Policy Studies Journal. 2016.
Hooghe, Liesbet and Gary Marks (with Sandra Chapman Osterkatz, Sara Niedzwiecki, Arjan H. Schakel, Sarah Shair-Rosenfield).”Community, Scale, and Regional Governance: A Postfunctionalist Theory of Governance.” Vol. II. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2016. 195pp.
Hooghe, Liesbet , Gary Marks, Arjan H. Schakel, Sara Niedzwiecki, Sandra Chapman Osterkatz and Sarah Shair-Rosenfield . “Measuring Regional Authority: A Postfunctionalist Theory of Governance.” Vol.I, Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2016. 687pp.
Roberts, Jason M, Jacob F. Smith, and Sarah A. Treul. “Party Committee Targeting and the Evolution of Competition in U.S. House Elections.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties. 2016. 26: 96-114.
Unah, Isaac and Ryan Williams. Robert M. Howard & Kirk Randazzo, eds. “What is so Special about Specialized Courts in the United States?” In Handbook of Judicial Behavior. 2016. Routledge Inc.
Brondum, Kevin, Andrei Buzin and Graeme Robertson. “Election Observer Effects: A Field Experiment in the Russian Duma Election of 2011”. Electoral Studies. 2016. Vol 44 (2016): 184-191.
David Lowery and Virginia Gray, “On the Political Origins of Bias in the Heavenly Chorus.”
Interest Groups and Advocacy, 5 (Jan., 2016):25-56.
Bakker, Ryan, Catherine de Vries, Erica Edwards, Liesbet Hooghe, Seth Jolly, Gary Marks, Jonathan Polk, Jan Rovny, Marco Steenbergen and Milada Vachudova. 2015. “Measuring Party Positions in Europe: The Chapel Hill Expert Survey Trend File, 1999-2010,” Party Politics, 21.1: 143-152.
Bapat, Navin A., and Bo Ram Kwon. “When are sanctions effective? A Bargaining and Enforcement Framework.” International Organization 69.01 (2015): 131-162.
Baumgartner, Frank R. and Kelsey Shoub. “Population Dynamics and Representation.” In David Lowery, Virginia Gray, and Darren Halpin, eds., The Organization Ecology of Interest Communities: Assessment and Agenda. London: Palgrave, 2015, pp 203–24.
Baumgartner, Frank R., Amanda J. Grigg, and Alisa Mastro. “# BlackLivesDon’tMatter: race-of-victim effects in US executions, 1976–2013.” Politics, Groups, and Identities 3.2 (2015): 209-221.
Epp, Derek A., John Lovett, and Frank R. Baumgartner. “Partisan Priorities and Public Budgeting.” Political Research Quarterly 67.4 (2014): 864-878.
Hansen, Eric R. and Sarah A. Treul. “The Symbolic and Substantive Representation of LGB Americans in the U.S. House.” Journal of Politics. 77 (October 2015).
Huber, Evelyne and Sara Niedzwiecki. “The Changing Nature of Social Protection in Middle Income Developing Countries in Latin America and East Asia”. Oxford Handbook on Transformation of the State. Leibfried, Stephan, Evelyne Huber, Matthew Lange, Jonah D. Levy, and Frank Nullmeier, eds. Oxford University Press, 2015.
Huo, Jingjing and John Stephens. “From Industrial Corporatism to the Social Investment State.” Oxford Handbook on Transformation of the State. Leibfried, Stephan, Evelyne Huber, Matthew Lange, Jonah D. Levy, and Frank Nullmeier, eds. Oxford University Press, 2015.
Lovett, John, Shaun Bevan, and Frank R. Baumgartner. “Popular Presidents Can Affect Congressional Attention, for a Little While.” Policy Studies Journal 43.1 (2015): 22-43.
Lowery, David, Virginia Gray, and John Cluverius. “Temporal Change in the Density of State Interest Communities 1980 to 2007.” State Politics & Policy Quarterly 15.2 (2015): 263-286.
Howard, Nicholas O., and Jason M. Roberts. “The Politics of Obstruction: Republican Holds in the US Senate.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 40.2 (2015): 273-294.
Patrick Miller and Pamela Johnston Conover. 2015. “Red and Blue States of Mind: Partisan Hostility and Voting in the United States.” Political Research Quarterly, 68 (2): 225-239. http://prq.sagepub.com/content/68/2/225.short
Patrick Miller and Pamela Johnston Conover. 2015. “Why Partisan Warriors Don’t Listen: The Gendered Dynamics of Intergroup Anxiety and Partisan Conflict.” Politics, Groups, and Identities, 3(1): 21-39. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/21565503.2014.992795#.VeHKxnup3Sc
Mosley, Layna and Lindsay Tello. 2015. “Labor Rights, Material Interests and Moral Entrepreneurship.” Human Rights Quarterly 37.1: 53-79.
Gent, Stephen, Mark J.C. Crescenzi, Elizabeth Menninga and Lindsay Reid. “The Reputation Trap of NGO Accountability.” International Theory. 2015.Vol. 7(3): 426-463, October 2015. doi:10.1017/S1752971915000159.
Atkinson, Mary Layton, John Lovett, and Frank R. Baumgartner. 2014. “Measuring the Media Agenda.” Political Communication 31.2: 355-380.
Burgoon, Brian, Ceka, Besir, Lenz, Tobias, Marks, Gary. 2014 “Discovering Cooperation: A Contractual Approach to Institutional Change in Regional International Organizations,” EUI Working Paper RSCAS 2014/65, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, Global Governance Programme.
Gray, Virginia, John Cluverius, Jeffrey J. Harden, Boris Shor, and David Lowery. “Party Competition, Party Polarization, and the Changing Demand for Lobbying in the American States.” American Politics Research (2014).
Kirkland, Justin H., and Justin H. Gross. 2014. “Measurement and theory in legislative networks: The evolving topology of Congressional collaboration.” Social Networks 36: 97-109.
Markovits, Elizabeth K., and Susan Bickford. 2014. “Constructing Freedom: Institutional Pathways to Changing the Gender Division of Labor.” Perspectives on Politics 12.01: 81-99.
Shair-Rosenfield, Sarah, Gary Marks, and Liesbet Hooghe. 2014. “A Comparative Measure of Decentralization for Southeast Asia.” Journal of East Asian Studies 14.1: 85-107.
Spenzharova, Aneta and Milada Vachudova. 2014. “Strategies for Integration in the EU’s Pre-Accession Process: Reshaping Party Positions and State Institutions” in László Bruszt and Gerald McDermott, eds.,Leveling the Playing Field: Transnational Regulatory Integration and Development, Oxford University Press, pp. 156-179.
Stoyan, Alissandra T., Sara Niedzwiecki, Jana Morgan, Jonathan Hartlyn, and Rosario Espinal. 2014. “Trust in Government Institutions: The Effects of Performance and Participation in the Dominican Republic and Haiti.” International Political Science Review.
Best, Rebecca H., Christine Carpino, and Mark JC Crescenzi. 2013. “An analysis of the TABARI coding system.” Conflict Management and Peace Science 30.4: 335-348.
Danforth, Benjamin, and John D. Stephens. 2013. “Measuring social citizenship: achievements and future challenges.” Journal of European Public Policy 20.9: 1285-1298.
Gray, Virginia, David Lowery, and Jennifer Benz. 2013. Interest Groups and Health Care Reform across the United States. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.
Lowery, David, Virginia Gray, and John Cluverius. 2013. “Economic change and the supply of interest representation in the American States.” Business and Politics 15.1: 33-61.
Lowery, David, Virginia Gray, John Cluverius, and Jeffrey J. Harden. 2013. “Explaining the Anomalous Growth of Public Sector Lobbying in the American States, 1997-2007.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 43:580-599.
Nelson, Moira, and John D. Stephens. 2013. “The service transition and women’s employment.” In Anne Wren, ed., The Political Economy of the Service Transition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 147-170.
Niedzwiecki, Sara and Evelyne Huber. 2013. “Soziale Sicherungssysteme in Lateinamerika und Ostasien: Hin zu einer universellen Grundsicherung?”Zeitschrift fuer Sozialreform 59.2: 255-274.
Oatley, Thomas, William K. Winecoff, Andrew Pennock, and Sarah Bauerle Danzman. 2013. “The Political Economy of Global Finance: A Network Model.” Perspectives on Politics 11.01 (2013): 133-153.
Rose, Max, and Frank R. Baumgartner. 2013. “Framing the Poor: Media Coverage and US Poverty Policy, 1960–2008.” Policy Studies Journal 41.1: 22-53.
Unah, Isaac and K. Elizabeth Coggins. 2013. “When Governors Speak Up for Justice: Punishment Politics and Mass Incarceration in the American States.” Journal of Political Science and Public Affairs 1:101-112.
Crescenzi, Mark JC, Jacob D. Kathman, Katja B. Kleinberg, and Reed M. Wood. 2012. “Reliability, Reputation, and Alliance Formation.“International Studies Quarterly 56.2: 259-274.
Ellis, Christopher, and James A. Stimson. 2012. Ideology in America. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Lowery, David, Virginia Gray, Justin Kirkland, and Jeffrey Harden. 2012. “Generalist Interest Organizations and Interest System Density: A Test of the Competitive Exclusion Hypothesis.” Social Science Quarterly 93:21-41.
Spendzharova, Aneta B. and Milada Anna Vachudova. 2012. “Catching Up? Consolidating Liberal Democracy in Bulgaria and Romania after EU Accession.” West European Politics 35:1, 39-58.
Stimson, James A., Cyrille Thiébaut, and Vincent Tiberj. 2012. “The evolution of policy attitudes in France.” European Union Politics 13.2: 293-316.
Wood, Reed M., Jacob D. Kathman, and Stephen E. Gent. 2012. “Armed Intervention and Civilian Victimization in Intrastate Conflicts.” Journal of Peace Research 49.5: 647-660.
Benz, Jennifer, Justin H. Kirkland, Virginia Gray, David Lowery, Jennifer Sykes, and Mary Deason. 2011. “Mediated Density: The Indirect Relationship Between U.S. State Public Policy and PACs.” State Politics and Policy Quarterly 11.4: 440-459.
Morgan, Jana, Jonathan Hartlyn, and Rosario Espinal. 2011. “Dominican Party System Continuity amid Regional Transformations: Economic Policy, Clientelism, and Migration Flows.” Latin American Politics and Society53.1: 1-32.
Nelson, Moira, and John D. Stephens. 2012. “Do Social Investment Policies Produce More and Better Jobs?” In Nathalie Morel, Bruno Palier, and Joakim Palme, eds., Towards a Social Investment Welfare State? Ideas, Policies and Challenges. Bristol, Policy Press, pp. 205-234.
Pribble, Jennifer and Evelyne Huber. 2011. “Social Policy and Redistribution: Chile and Uruguay.” In Steven Levitsky and Kenneth M. Roberts, eds., The Resurgence of the Latin American left, The Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. 117-138.
Stimson, James A. and Christopher Ellis. 2011. “Pathways to Conservative Identification: The Politics of Ideological Contradiction in the United States.” In Paul Sniderman and Benjamin Highton, eds., Facing the Challenge of Democracy: Explorations in the Analysis of Public Opinion and Political Participation. Princeton University Press: pp, 120-150.
Sullivan, Terry, and Scott de Marchi. 2011. “Congressional Bargaining in Presidential Time: Give and Take, Anticipation, and the Constitutional Rationalization of Dead Ducks.” The Journal of Politics 73.03: 748-763.