Selected Faculty Publications

  • Abramowitz, Alan I. 2018. The Great Alignment: Race, Party Transformation and the Rise of Donald Trump. New Haven: Yale University Press.

  • Abramowitz, Alan I., and Steven W. Webster. 2018. “Negative Partisanship: Why Americans Dislike Parties but Behave like Rabid Partisans.” Advances in Political Psychology 39: 119-115.

  • Abramowitz, Alan I., and Steven W. Webster. 2016. “The Rise of Negative Partisanship and the Nationalization of U.S. Elections in the 21st Century.” Electoral Studies 41: 12-22.

  • Blackwell, M. and Glynn, A.N. (2018) “How to Make Causal Inferences with Time-Series Cross-Sectional Data under Selection on Observables.” American Political Science Review 112 (4): 1067-1082.

  • Bolton, Alexander. Forthcoming. “The Constraining Power of the Purse: Executive Discretion and Legislative Appropriations” Journal of Politics (with Sharece Thrower).

  • Bolton, Alexander. Forthcoming. “Legislative Constraints on Executive Unilateralism in Separation of Powers Systems” Legislative Studies Quarterly (with Michael Barber and Sharece Thrower).

  • Bolton, Alexander. 2016. “Legislative Capacity and Executive Unilateralism.” American Journal of Political Science 60(3): 649-663 (with Sharece Thrower).

  • Bolton, Alexander. 2016. “Organizational Capacity, Regulatory Review, and the Limits of Political Control.” Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 32(2): 242-271 (with Rachel Potter and Sharece Thrower).

  • Bueno, N. S. 2018. “Bypassing the Enemy: Distributive Politics, Credit Claiming, and Non-state Welfare Provision.” Comparative Political Studies, 51(3):304-340.

  • Bueno, N. S. and Dunning, T. 2017. “Race, Resources, and Representation: Evidence from Brazilian Politicians.” World Politics, 69(2): 327-365.

  • Cohen, E., Gunderson, A., Jackson, K., Zachary, P., Clark, T.S., Glynn, A.N., Owens, M.L. Forthcoming. “Do Officer-Involved Shootings Reduce Citizen Contact with Government?” Journal of Politics.

  • Clark, Tom S. 2019. The Supreme Court: An Analytic History of Constitutional Decision Making. New York: Cambridge University Press; Series in Political Economy of Institutions and Decisions.

  • Clark, Tom S., Benjamin Engst, and Jeffrey K. Staton. 2018. “Estimating the Effect of Leisure on Judicial Performance,” Journal of Legal Studies.

  • Clark, Tom S., Jeffrey K. Staton, Yu Wang, and Eugene Agichtein. 2018. “Using Twitter to Study Public Discourse in the Wake of Judicial Decisions: Public Reactions to the Supreme Court’s Same-Sex Marriage Cases,” Journal of Law & Courts 6(1):93-126.

  • Callander, Steven, and Tom S. Clark. 2017. “Precedent and Doctrine in a Complicated World,” American Political Science Review 111(1):184-203.

  • Doner, Richard and Ben Ross Schneider 2017. “The Middle-Income Trap: More Politics Than Economics.” World Politics. 68:4 (October).

  • Doner, Richard and Ben Ross Schneider. Forthcoming "Technical Education in the Middle Income Trap: Building Coalitions for Skill Formation." Journal of Development Studies.

  • Fjelstul, Joshua C. and Clifford J. Carrubba. 2018. “The Politics of International Oversight: Strategic Monitoring and Legal Compliance in the European Union.” American Political Science Review.

  • Gandhi, Jennifer and Jane Sumner. Forthcoming. “Measuring the Consolidation of Power in Non-Democracies.” Journal of Politics.

  • Gandhi, Jennifer and Elvin Ong. Forthcoming. “Committed or Conditional Democrats? Opposition Dynamics in Electoral Autocracies.” American Journal of Political Science.

  • Gandhi, Jennifer, Curtis Bell and Amy Liu. 2016. “Minority Languages in Dictatorships: A New Measure of Group Recognition” (with Curtis Bell and Amy Liu). Political Science Research and Methods (February): 1-22.

  • Glynn, A.N. and Kashin, K. (2018) “Front-door Versus Back-door Adjustment with Unmeasured Confounding: Bias Formulas for Front-door and Hybrid Adjustments with Application to a Job Training Program,” Journal of the American Statistical Association. 113 (523): 1040-1049.

  • Glynn, A.N. and Kashin, K. (2017) “Front-door Difference-in-Differences Estimators.” American Journal of Political Science. 61 (4): 989–1002.

  • Jung, Danielle. “Electoral ink and turnout in a partial democracy’’ 2018. The British Journal of Political Science. 1-17  (with Karen E. Ferree, Robert Dowd, and Clark Gibson).

  • Jung, Danielle. Forthcoming. “Competing for Constituents: Trends in Terrorist Service Provision” Terrorism and Political Violence (with William A. Wagstaff).

  • Jung, Danielle. “The double-edged sword of mobilizing citizens via mobile phone in developing countries” 2018. Development Engineering Vol. 3:34-46 (with Aaron Erlich, James Long, Craig McIntosh).

  • Lancaster, Thomas. 2018. “Independent Regulatory Authorities as Mechanisms of Political Monitoring.” With Reem Abdalla. Indian Journal of Public Administration (Sage Publications) 64-3: 1-19.

  • Lancaster, Thomas. 2017. “The Spanish General Elections of 2015 and 2016.A New Stage in Democratic Politics? West European Politics 40-4: 919-937.

  • Montagnes, B. Pablo. Forthcoming. “Bounding Partisan Approval Rates Under Endogenous Partisanship: Why High Presidential Approval May Not Be What it Seems” Journal of Politics (With Zachary Peskowitz and Joshua McCrain).

  • Montagnes, B. Pablo. 2018. "Backward Induction in the Wild: Evidence from the U.S. Senate" American Economic Review, 108:7, 1971-2013 (with Daniel Magleby and Jorg Spenkuch).

  • Montagnes, B. Pablo. 2018. “Political Incentives to Privatize” Journal of Politics, 80:4, 1254-1267  (with Baur Bektemirov).

  • Owen, J. Judd. 2015. Making Religion Safe for Democracy: Transformation from Hobbes to Tocqueville. Cambridge University Press.

  • Owens, Michael Leo and Hannah Walker. 2018. “The Civic Voluntarism of ‘Custodial Citizens’: Involuntary Criminal Justice Contact, Associational Life, and Political Participation,” Perspectives on Politics, 16 (2018): 990-1013.

  • Owens, Michael Leo and Jane Lawrence Sumner. 2018. “Regional or Parochial? Support for Cross-Community Sharing within City-Regions,” Journal of Urban Affairs, 40: 98-116.

  • Park, Baekkwan, Amanda Murdie, and David R. Davis. Forthcoming. The (Co) Evolution of Human Rights Advocacy: Understanding Human Rights Issue Emergence Over Time" Conflict and Cooperation.

  • Patty, John W. Forthcoming. “Preventing Prevention” American Journal of Political Science (with Sean Gailmard).

  • Patty, John W. 2019. “Are Moderates Better Representatives than Extremists? A Theory of Indirect Representation. (with Elizabeth Maggie Penn). American Political Science Review. 113 (3): 743-761.

  • Patty, John W. 2018. “Valence, Partisan Competition, & Legislative Institutions” (with Brian F. Crisp, Elizabeth Maggie Penn, and Constanza Figueroa Schibber), American Journal of Political Science.

  • Penn, Elizabeth Maggie. 2017. “Inequality, Social Context, and Value Divergence.” Journal of Politics, 79(1), 2017.

  • Penn, Elizabeth Maggie. 2016. “Engagement, Disengagement, or Exit: A Theory of Equilibrium Associations.” American Journal of Political Science, 60(2), 2016.

  • Penn, Elizabeth Maggie. Forthcoming. “Measuring Fairness, Inequality, and Big Data: Social Choice Since Arrow,” (with John Patty). Annual Review of Political Science.

  • Peskowitz, Zachary. Forthcoming. “Government Privatization and Political Participation: The Case of Charter Schools.” Journal of Politics. (with Cook, Jason B., Vladimir Kogan, Stephane Lavertu).

  • Peskowitz, Zachary. Forthcoming. “Ideological Signaling and Incumbency Advantage.” British Journal of Political Science.

  • Peskowitz, Zachary and Suhas A. Sridharan. 2018. “Partisanship, Political Institutions, and Debt Issues.” Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization. 34(3):395-424.

  • Reingold, Beth. 2018. “Race Relations, Black Elites and Immigration Politics: Conflict, Commonalities, and Context.” Social Forces 96(4): 1691-1720. (with Irene Browne and Anne Kronberg).

  • Reingold, Beth and Kirsten Widner. Forthcoming.  “Legislating at the Intersections: Race, Gender, and Representation” Political Research Quarterly.

  • Reiter, Dan. 2017. The Sword’s Other Edge: Tradeoffs in the Pursuit of Military Effectiveness Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

  • Reiter, Dan and Andrew Wagstaff. Forthcoming. "Leadership and Military Effectiveness," Foreign Policy Analysis.

  • Reiter, Dan. 2018. “Unifying the Study of the Causes and Duration of Wars,” Polity 50: 168-177.

  • Rich, Michael. 2014. “Community Development Block Grants at 40: Time for a Makeover” Housing Policy Debate, Vol 24, No. 1: 1-44.

  • Rich, Michael. 2014. Collaborative Governance for Urban Revitalization: Lessons from Empowerment Zones Cornell University Press. (with Robert P. Stoker).

  • Rueda, Miguel. 2019. “Partisan Poll Watchers and Electoral Manipulation.” American Political Science Review 113 (3): 727-742.

  • Rueda, Miguel. 2017. “Popular Support, Violence, and Territorial Control in Civil War,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 61 (8).

  • Rueda, Miguel. 2017. “Small Aggregates, Big Manipulation: Vote Buying Enforcement and Collective Monitoring,” American Journal of Political Science 61(1).

  • Semetko, Holli A. 2018. “Peace Communication in Cross-border Media Flows” Journal of Communication, 68, (3): 612–635. (with Kumar, Anup).

  • Semetko, Holli A. 2016. “Campaigns, Digital Media and Mobilization in India” International Journal of Press/Politics, 21 (3): 398-416. (with Neyazi, Taberez Ahmed and Anup Kumar).

  • Strayhorn, Josh, Clifford J. Carrubba, and Micheal Giles. 2016. “Monitoring under Severe Resource Constraints.” Journal of Theoretical Politics. 28(3): 431-460.

  • Staton, Jeffrey K. and Alexia Romero. Forthcoming. “Rational Remedies: The Role of Opinion Clarity in the Inter-American Human Rights System.” International Studies Quarterly.

  • Staton, Jeffrey K. 2015. “The Costa Rican Supreme Court's Compliance Monitoring System.” Journal of Politics. 77 (3): 774-786. (with Gauri, Varun and Jorge Vargas Cullell.

  • Tworzecki, Hubert. Forthcoming. “Poland: A Case of Top-Down Polarization," The Annals of The American Academy of Political and Social Science.

  • Tworzecki, Hubert. 2016. “Media and Campaign Effects on Vote Choice at National Elections in Europe: A Review of a Multilingual Research Landscape,” Studies in Media and Communication 5 (2): 129-172. (with Boomgaarden, Hajo, Rüdiger Schmitt-Beck, Heinz Brandenburg, Carlos Cunha, David Nicolas Hopmann, Eoin O’Malley, Monica Poletti, Marina Popescu, and Eftichia Teperoglou).

  • Webster, Steven W., and Alan I. Abramowitz. 2017. “The Ideological Foundations of Affective Polarization in the U.S. Electorate. American Politics Research 45: 621- 647.

  • Wilson, Maya, David Davis and Amanda Murdie. 2016 “The View from the Bottom: Networks of Conflict Resolution Organizations and International Peace” Journal of Peace Research.