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Michael Schatzberg Article review of:  Miles Larmer, “Local Conflicts in a Transnational War: The Katangese Gendarmes and the Shaba Wars of 1977-78.” Cold War History 13:1 (2013) in H-Diplo, article review 473, 18 July 2014.    
Barry Burden, Bradley Jones, and Michael Kang. "Sore Loser Laws and Congressional Polarization." Legislative Studies Quarterly 39 (2014): 299-325   
Jessica Weeks, Christopher Way "Making it Personal: Regime Type and Nuclear Proliferation." American Journal of Political Science, Volume 58, Issue 3, pp 705-709. July 2014. 
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ajps.12080/abstract  
Jonathan Renshon, Allan Dafoe and Paul Huth, "Reputation and Status as Motives for War,"  Annual Review of Political Science 17: 371-393.
http://jonathanrenshon.com/Site/Pubs-Articles_files/ARPS.pdf  
Barry Burden, (associate editor), Marjorie Randon Hershey (editor), and Christina Wolbrecht (associate editor). CQ Guide to Political Parties. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2014.   
John Coleman. “The Standard of Responsible Parties." In Marjorie Randon Hershey, ed., and Barry C. Burden and Christina Wolbrecht, assoc. eds., CQ Guide to Political Parties (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2014).   
Mark Copelovitch, and Tonya L. Putnam. "Design in Context: Existing International Agreements and New Cooperation." International Organization 68(2): 1-23 (May 2014).
http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=9242605  
Rikhil Bhavnani, and Saumitra Jha. "Gandhi's Gift: Lessons for Peaceful Reform from India's Struggle for Democracy." Economics of Peace and Security Journal, 9, 1 (2014): 76-88.   
Scott Gehlbach, and Edmund J. Malesky. "The Grand Experiment That Wasn't? New Institutional Economics and the Postcommunist Experience." In Sebastian Galiani and Itai Sened, eds., Institutions, Property Rights, and Economic Growth: The Legacy of Douglass North.   
Scott Straus, and Steve Stern, eds. The Human Rights Paradox: Universality and Its Discontents (Madison: University of Wisconsin, Press, 2014).   
Noam Lupu, and Nicholas Carnes. "Rethinking the Comparative Perspective on Class and Representation: Evidence from Latin America," American Journal of Political Science (forthcoming).   
Jimmy Klausen. "Economies of Violence:  The Bhagavadgītā and the Fostering of Life in Gandhi’s & Ghose’s Anticolonial Theories,"  American Political Science Review 108.1 (February 2014):  182-95.   
Jimmy Klausen. "Empire and Compulsory Heterosexuality in Diderot's Supplement to the Voyage of Bougainville," Political Theory (forthcoming).   
Jimmy Klausen. Fugitive Rousseau:  Slavery, Primitivism, and Political Freedom (Fordham University Press, 2014).   
Richard Avramenko, and Melissa Schwatzberg, eds. "Symposium: Jeffrey E. Green’s The Eyes of the People: Democracy in an Age of Spectatorship." Political Theory 42:2 (2014): 188-217.   
Jimmy Klausen. "Jeremy Waldron’s Partial Kant:  Indigenous Proximity, Colonial Injustice, Cultural Particularism,"  Polity 46.1 (January 2014):  31-55.   
Barry Burden. Review of Getting Primaried: The Changing Politics of Congressional Primary Challenges by Robert G. Boatright. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press. Congress & the Presidency 41:132-4. (2014)   
Ryan Owens, Ryan C. Black, and Anthony Madonna. "The Collision of Institutional Power and Constitutional Obligations: The Senate's Use of Blue Slips in the Confirmation Process." Forthcoming 2014. Presidential Studies Quarterly.   
Ryan Owens, Patrick C. Wohlfarth "State Solicitors General, Appellate Expertise, and State Success Before the United States Supreme Court." Forthcoming 2014. Law and Society Review.   
Ryan Owens, Daniel Walters, Ryan C. Black, and Anthony Madonna. "Ideology, Qualifications, and Covert Senate Obstruction of Federal Court Nominations." Forthcoming 2014. Illinois Law Review.   
Ryan Owens, and Ryan C. Black. "Courting the President: How Circuit Court Judges Alter Their Behavior for Promotion to the Supreme Court." Forthcoming 2014. American Journal of Political Science.   
Ryan Owens, Daniel Walters, Jennifer Brookhart, and Ryan C. Black. "Upending a Global Debate: An Empirical Analysis of the U.S. Supreme Court's Use of Transnational Law to Interpret Domestic Doctrine." Forthcoming 2014. The Georgetown Law Journal.   
Jonathan Renshon, Julia Lee and Dustin Tingley. Physiological Arousal and Political BeliefsPolitical Psychology, forthcoming.   
Howard Schweber. “Lochner v. New York and the Challenge of Legal Historiography.” Law & Social Inquiry 39, 1 (2014): 242–74.   
Byron Shafer, and Richard H. Spady. The American Political Landscape (Harvard University Press, 2014).   
John Ahlquist, Amanda Clayton and Margaret Levi. Provoking Preferences: Unionization, Trade Policy, and the ILWU Puzzle International Organization. 68(1) pp 33-75   
Benjamin Marquez. Democratizing Texas Politics: Race, Identity, and Mexican American Empowerment, 1945–2002 (University of Texas Press, 2014).   
Richard Avramenko, Brian Gingerich. "Democratic Dystopia: Tocqueville and the American Penitentiary System." Polity (2014) Volume 46 (1): 56-80.   
Erica Simmons. Review of George Cicariello-Maher's We Created Chávez: A People's History of the Venezuelan Revolution.  In Latin American Politics and Society, Winter 2014, v. 55 n. 4, p. 208-211.   
Barry Burden, David Canon, Kenneth Mayer, and Donald Moynihan. “Election Laws, Mobilization, and Turnout: The Unanticipated Consequences of Election Reform.” American Journal of Political Science 58, 1 (2014): 95-109.   
Maayan Mor, Ravi Bhavnani, Karsten Donnay, Dan Miodownik, and Dirk Helbing. "Group Segregation and Urban Violence." American Journal of Political Science 58 (2014): 226-45.   
Aili Tripp “How African Feminism Changed the World “ Think Africa Press, 8 March 2013.  One of 10 Most Read Articles from 2013; Editors’ Picks as One of Top 15 Articles from 2013
http://thinkafricapress.com/gender/how-african-feminism-changed-world  
Ryan Owens, Ryan C. Black 2013. "Bargaining and Legal Development in the United States Courts of Appeals." American Politics Research. 41: 1071-1101.   
Howard Schweber. Book Review of David M. Rabban, Law's History: American Legal Thought and the Transatlantic Turn to History. The American Historical Review 2013 118: 1537-1538   
Noam Lupu. Brand Dilution and the Breakdown of Political Parties in Latin America, World Politics (forthcoming).   
Aili Tripp. “Uganda.” The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World. Ed. John L. Esposito. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2009, revised 2013.   
Howard Schweber. "Constitutional Law in Action and the Capabilities Approach to Development: Lessons From Peru, Israel, and Australia" Law and State 1 (Winter 2013)   
Howard Schweber. "Lochner v. New York and the Problem of Law Office Historiography," Law and Social Inquiry (forthcoming Fall-Winter 2013)   
Aili Tripp. “Donor Assistance and Political Reform in Tanzania,” Democratic Trajectories in Africa: Unraveling the Impact of Foreign Aid. Ed. Danielle Resnick and Nicolas van de Walle. Oxford: Oxford University Press 2013.   
Aili Tripp. “Towards a Gender Perspective on Human Security and Violence,” Gender, Violence and Human Security, Eds. Aili Mari Tripp, Myra Marx Ferree and Christina Ewig. New York University Press. 2013.   
Aili Tripp. “Women and Politics.” In Oxford Bibliographies in African Studies. Ed. Thomas Spear. New York: Oxford University Press. 2013.   
Aili Tripp. “Regime Type and Gender,” In Oxford Handbook on Gender and Politics, Georgina Waylen, Karen Celis, Johanna Kantola and Laurel Weldon, Eds. Oxford: Oxford University Press.  2012.    
Simon Haeder, David Weimer, and Dana Mukamel, "Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches to Health Care Quality: The Impacts of Regulation and Report Cards." Annual Review of Public Health 35, 1 (2014).   
Yujin Kim, Jennifer Dykema, John Stevenson, Lisa Klein, and Brendan Day. "Effects of E-Mailed Versus Mailed Invitations and Incentives on Response Rates, Data Quality, and Costs in a Web Survey of University Faculty." Social Science Computer Review 31, 3 (2013): 359-70.   
Jessica Weeks, and Michael Tomz. "Public Opinion and the Democratic Peace." American Political Science Review 107, 4 (2013).   
Jeffrey Paller. "Political Struggle to Political Sting: A Theory of Democratic Disillusionment." Polity 45 (2013): 580-603.   
Simon Haeder. "Making the Affordable Care Act Work: High-Risk Pools and Health Insurance Marketplaces." The Forum 11, 3 (2013): 499-511.   
Christina Ewig, and Narda Henriquez. “Integrating Gender into Human Security: Peru’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission.” In Aili Mari Tripp, Myra Marx Ferree, and Christina Ewig, eds., Gender, Violence and Human Security: Critical Feminist Perspectives (New York University Press, 2013).   
Aili Tripp, Myra Marx Ferree, and Christina Ewig, eds. Gender, Violence, and Human Security: Critical Feminist Perspectives. New York University Press, 2013.   
Katherine Robiadek, Theresa Marie Bernardo, Andrijana Rajic, Ian Young, and Mai T Pham. “Scoping Review on Search Queries and Social Media for Disease Surveillance: A Chronology of Innovation.” Journal of Medical Internet Research 15, 7 (2013).   
Nils Ringe, and Jennifer Nicoll Victor, with Christopher J. Carman. Bridging the Information Gap: Legislative Member Organizations as Social Networks in the United States and the European Union. University of Michigan Press, 2013.   
Rebecca LeMoine. "The Enduring Spirit of Hesiod's Poetry." Review of Hesiod, Theogony; Works and Days, trans. C.S. Morrissey (Vancouver: Talonbooks, 2012). VoegelinView. Oct. 2, 2013.   
Jimmy Klausen. “Sacropolitics:  How to Disobey Sacred Scripture (On Ambedkar’s Bhagavadgītā).”  In Disobedience / Concept & Practice.  Ed. Elena Loizidou.  Routledge 2013.   
Barry Burden, David Canon, Kenneth Mayer, Stéphane Lavertu, and Donald Moynihan. “Selection Methods, Partisanship, and the Administration of Elections.”;American Politics Research 41, 6 (2013): 903-36.   
Jon Pevehouse, and Edward Mansfield. “The Expansion of Preferential Trading Arrangements.” International Studies Quarterly 57, 3 (2013): 592-604.   
Byron Shafer, and Richard Spady. The American Political Landscape (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, in press)   
Jonathan Renshon, and Arthur Spirling. Modeling ''Effectiveness'' in International Relations, in press at the Journal of Conflict Resolution (published online, August 2013).   
Nils Ringe, Jennifer Nicoll Victor, and Justin Gross. “Keeping Your Friends Close and Your Enemies Closer? Information Networks in Legislative Politics.” British Journal of Political Science 43, 3 (2013): 601-28   
John Ahlquist, and Margaret Levi. "Ahlquist and Levi: AFL-CIO takes a big, but necessary, leap of faith." Opinion and Commentary, Detroit Free Press online.   
Christina Ewig, and Myra Marx Ferree. “Global Feminist Organising: Identifying Patterns of Activism.” In Sarah Maddison and Marian Sawer, eds., The Women¹s Movement in Protest, Institutions and the Internet: Australia in Transnational Perspective (Routledge, 2013, pp. 148-62).   
Barry Burden, and D. Sunshine Hillygus. “Mass Polarization During the Bush Presidency.” In Donald R. Kelley and Todd G. Shields, eds., The Presidency of George W. Bush (Texas A&M University Press, 2013).   
Edward Friedman. "China's Ambitions, America's Interests, Taiwan's Destiny, and Asia's Future." Asian Survey 53, 2 (2013): 225-44.   
Edward Friedman. "Building New Vital Mutual Interests for a Better Future." Journal of Contemporary China 22, 81 (2013): 367-78.   
John Ahlquist, and Margaret Levi. 2013. In the Interest of Others: organizations & social activism.  Princeton: Princeton University Press.   
Daniel Kapust, and Brandon Turner. "Democratical Gentlemen and the Lust for Mastery: Status, Ambition, and the Language of Liberty in Hobbes’s Political Thought"Political Theory August 2013 41: 648-675   
Scott Gehlbach, J. David Brown, John S. Earle, "Privatization." 2013. In The Oxford Handbook of the Russian Economy (Michael Alexeev and Shlomo Weber, eds.).    
Scott Gehlbach 2013. Formal Models of Domestic Politics. New York: Cambridge University Press (Analytical Methods for Social Research).   
Noam Lupu, and Rachel Beatty Riedl. "Political Parties and Uncertainty in Developing Democracies," Comparative Political Studies 46 (11): 1339-1365 (2013).   
Donald Downs “What Boundaries for Science?” Commentary, John William Pope Center for Higher Education Policy (2013)
http://www.popecenter.org/commentaries/article.html?id=2852  
Donald Downs “Overcoming Shalala and the Speech Code Movement” (Acceptance Speech for Jeane J. Kirkpatrick Academic Freedom Award), Minding the Campus (2013)
http://www.mindingthecampus.com/originals/2013/03/overcoming_shalala_and_the_spe.html  
Donald Downs “Civic Education versus Civic Engagement,” in "A Crucible Moment? A Forum on the President’s Call for a New Civics,” Academic Questions, National Association of Scholars (2012)
http://www.nas.org/articles/aq_fall_2012_issue_a_crucible_moment_a_forum_on_the_presidents_call_for_a_n  
Donald Downs “FIRE Singes the Censors,” (review of Greg Lukianoff’s Unlearning Liberty), Minding the Campus (2012)
http://www.mindingthecampus.com/originals/2012/11/firesingesthecensors.html  
Donald Downs “Require a Freshman Course on Academic Freedom,” in "One Hundred Great Ideas for Higher Education," Academic Questions, National Association of Scholars (2013)
http://www.nas.org/articles/one_hundred_great_ideas_for_higher_education  
Donald Downs “A Misguided Feminist Agenda Curbs Free Speech,” Minding the Campus (2013)
http://www.mindingthecampus.com/forum/2013/05/a_misguided_feminist_agenda_cu.html  
David Canon, John Coleman, Kenneth Mayer. Faultlines: Debating the Issues in American Politics. 4th ed. 2014. Previous editions: 2011, 2007, 2004. New York: W.W. Norton.   
Barry Burden, David Canon, Kenneth Mayer, Stéphane Lavertu, and Donald P. Moynihan. “Selection Methods, Partisanship, and the Administration of Elections,” Forthcoming (2013) American Politics Research.   
Barry Burden, David Canon, Kenneth Mayer, and Donald P. Moynihan. “The Effects and Costs of Early Voting and Same Day Registration in the 2008 Elections,” Forthcoming (September, 2013) American Journal of Political Science.   
Richard Avramenko, “Of Homesteaders and Orangemen: An Archeology of Western Canadian Political Identity” (in Hunting and Weaving: Essays on Empirical Political Thought, St. Augustine Press, Summer, 2013)
http://www.staugustine.net/our-books/books/hunting-and-weaving/  
David Canon, John Coleman, Kenneth Mayer. The Enduring Debate: Classic and Contemporary Readings in American Politics. 7th ed. 2013. Previous editions: 2011, 2008, 2005, 2003. New York: W. W. Norton.    
Mark Copelovitch, Jon Pevehouse, "Ties that Bind? Preferential Trade Agreements and Exchange Rate Policy Choice." International Studies Quarterly 57(2): 385-99.
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/isqu.12050/abstract  
Nils Ringe, Jennifer Nicoll Victor, and Justin Gross, "Keeping Your  Friends Close and Your Enemies Closer? Information Networks in Legislative Politics." British Journal of Political Science, Volume 43, Issue 03 (July 2013), pp. 601-628.   
Alexander Beck, UW-Madison Political Science Undergraduate, First undergraduate academic article "The Changing Face of Self-Determination:  A Catalonian Case Study," published in "Hemispheres: The Tufts University Journal of International Affairs." (2013)   
Keisha Lindsay. "God, Gays, and Progressive Politics: Reconceptualizing Intersectionality as a Normatively Malleable Analytical Framework.” Perspectives on Politics, June 2013.   
Richard Avramenko, and Jingcai Ying, "Dostoevsky's Heroines: Or, on the Compassion of the Russian Woman," in Dostoevsky's Political Thought, Richard Avramenko and Lee Trepanier, eds. (Lexington Books, 2013).    
Richard Avramenko, "Freedom from Freedom: On the Metaphysics of Liberty in Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment," in Dostoevsky's Political Thought, Richard Avramenko and Lee Trepanier, eds. (Lexington Books, 2013).   
Richard Avramenko, and Lee Trepanier (eds.), Dostoevsky's Political Thought (Lexington Books, 2013).
http://amzn.com/0739173766  
David Weimer, and Simon F. Haeder, “You Can't Make Me Do It: State Implementation of Insurance Exchanges under the Affordable Care Act.” Public Administration Review 2013.   
Ryan Owens, and Ryan C. Black, “A Built-In Advantage: The Office of the Solicitor General and the U.S. Supreme Court.” Political Research Quarterly 66 (2013): 454-66.   
John Ahlquist, Michael D. Ward, and Arturas Rozenas, “Gravity's Rainbow: A Dynamic Latent Space Model for the World Trade Network,” Network Science 1, 1 (2013): 95-118   
Scott Gehlbach, Formal Models of Domestic Politics, Cambridge University Press, 2013.   
Christina Ewig, and Myra Marx Ferree, “Feminist Organizing: What’s Old, What’s New? History, Trends, and Issues,” in Karen Celis, Johanna Kantola, Georgina Waylen, and Laurel Weldon, eds. The Oxford Handbook on Gender and Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.   
Richard Avramenko, and Richard Boyd, "Subprime Virtues: The Moral Dimensions of American Housing and Mortgage Policy." Perspectives on Politics, 11, 1 (2013): 111-131.
http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=8864499  
Barry Burden, "The Nominations: Ideology, Timing, and Organization," in Michael Nelson, ed., The Elections of 2012 (Thousand Oaks, CA: CQ Press, 2013), pp. 21-46.   
Jimmy Klausen, “Reservations on Hospitality:  Contact and Vulnerability in Kant and Indigenous Action.”  In Hospitality and World Politics.  Palgrave Studies in International Relations.  Edited by Gideon Baker.  Palgrave-Macmillan.  2013.  197-218.   
Andrew Kydd, Scott Straus, “The Road to Hell? Third-Party Intervention to Prevent Atrocities.” American Journal of Political Science 2013.   
Ryan Owens, Justin P. Wedeking, and Patrick C. Wohlfarth, "How the Supreme Court Alters Opinion Language to Evade Congressional Review." Journal of Law and Courts 1, 1 (2013): 35-59.   
Jeffrey Paller, "Uncovering Informal Networks and Spontaneous Decision-Making: Field Research in African Slums." African Politics Conference Group Newsletter 9 (1) (Feb 2013): 5-7.   
Jeffrey Paller, "Political Accountability in Ghanaian Slums: Evidence from the Grassroots." Center for Democratic Development--Ghana Briefing Paper 11, 1 (2013): 1-8.   
Barry Burden, and Jacob Neiheisel, “Election Administration and the Pure Effect of Voter Registration on Turnout.” Political Research Quarterly 66 (2013): 77-90.   
Jimmy Klausen, "Jacques-Louis David's Adieux: The Micropolitics of Sovereignty at the Bourbon Restoration." Law, Culture, and the Humanities (2013).   
Scott Straus, "Genocide and Human Rights," in Michael Goodhart, ed., Human Rights: Politics and Practice, 2nd. Ed. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013), pp. 273-289.   
Noam Lupu, “Party Brands and Partisanship: Theory with Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Argentina.” American Journal of Political Science 57 (1): 49-64 (2013).   
David Weimer, Dana B. Mukamel, Charlene Harrington, William D. Spector, Heather Ladd, and Yue Li, “The Effect of State Regulatory Stringency on Nursing Home Quality,” Health Services Research 47, 5 (2012): 1791–1813.   
Lisa Martin, "Polanyi's Revenge," Perspectives on Politics 11, 1 (2013): 165-74.   
Lisa Martin, “International Financial Institutions and Politics,” in Handbook of Safeguarding Global Financial Stability: Political, Cultural, and Economic Theories and Models (Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2013), vol. 2, pp. 37-45.   
Lisa Martin, “Against Compliance,” in International Law and International Relations: Synthesizing Insights from Interdisciplinary Scholarship, Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark Pollack, eds. (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013), pp. 591-610.   
John Coleman, , William Howell. Understanding American Politics and Government. 3rd edition, 2013; previous editions 2011, 2009. New York: Pearson.   
David Canon, William T. Bianco American Politics Today, with William T. Bianco (W.W. Norton, 3rd edition, 2013).  Previous editions, 2009, 2011.
      
Yoshiko Herrera, and Nicole M. Butkovich Kraus, "National Identity and Xenophobia in Russia: Opportunities for Regional Analysis," in William M. Reisinger, ed., Russia's Regions and Comparative Subnational Politics. Routledge, 2012.   
David Lassen, and Adam Brown, "Twitter: The Electoral Connection?” Social Science Computer Review 29, 4 (2011): 419-36.   
Scott Straus, and Charlie Taylor, "Democratization and Electoral Violence in Sub-Saharan Africa, 1990-2008," in Dorina Bekoe, ed., Voting in Fear: Electoral Violence in Sub-Saharan Africa (Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace Press, 2012), pp. 15-38.   
M. Crawford Young, Professor Emeritus, The Postcolonial State in Africa: Fifty Years of Independence  
Christina Ewig, and Gastón A. Palmucci, "Inequality and the Politics of Social Policy Implementation: Gender, Age and Chile’s 2004 Health Reforms." World Development 40 (2012): 2490-2504.   
Aili Tripp, "In Pursuit of Authority: Civil Society and Rights-Based Discourses in Africa,” In Africa in World Politics, 4th Edition, Ed. John Harbeson. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. 2012.   
Aili Tripp, “Gender and Peace Negotiations in Africa,” In Gendered Insecurities, Eds. Howard Stein and Amal Fadlalla. New York: Routledge. 2012.   
Aili Tripp, “Women’s Rights,” In Encyclopedia of Global Studies, Eds. Mark Juergensmeyer and Helmut Anheier, Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications. 2012.   
Aili Tripp, “New Directions in Scholarship on Gender and Politics in Africa,” Symposium, “New Directions in Gender and Politics Scholarship: Transforming the Study of African Politics,” Edited with Gretchen Bauer, African Politics Conference Group Newsletter, 8 (2): September 2012.   
Aili Tripp, “Women’s Movements in Africa,” In Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements, David A. Snow, Donatella Della Porta, Bert Klandermans, and Doug McAdam, Eds., Blackwell. 2012.    
Edward Friedman, Guo Jian, and Stacy Mosher, editors English language edition of Yang Jisheng, Tombstone; The Great Chinese Famine, 1958-1962 (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2012) published in Chinese in 2008.    
Se-Hyoung Yi, and Hong-Kyu Park, “King Taejong and Confucian Deliberative Politics.” In Will of the People and Public Deliberation: Political Thought in Three East Asian Countries. Edited by Korean Society for Political Thought, Seoul: Ehaksa, 2012: pp. 215-258.   
Barry Burden, David Canon, Kenneth Mayer, Donald P. Moynihan, “The Effect of Administrative Burden on Bureaucratic Perception of Policies: Evidence from Election Administration,” Barry C. Burden, David T. Canon, Kenneth R. Mayer, and Donald P. Moynihan, Public Administration Review 72:5 (September-October, 2012): 741-51.   
Katherine Cramer, "Putting Inequality In Its Place: Rural Consciousness and the Power of Perspective." American Political Science Review 106 (2012): 517-532.   
Scott Straus, "Retreating from the Brink: Theorizing Mass Violence and the Dynamics of Restraint." Perspectives on Politics 10, 2 (2012): 343-62.   
Scott Straus, “Destroy Them to Save Us’: Theories of Genocide and Logics of Political Violence.” Terrorism and Political Violence 24, 4 (2012): 544-60   
Barry Burden, and Jacob Neiheisel, "The Impact of Election Day Registration on Voter Turnout and Election Outcomes." American Politics Research 40, 4 (2012): 636-64.   
Jessica Weeks “Strongmen and Straw Men: Authoritarian Regimes and the Initiation of International Conflict,”American Political Science Review May 2012 (106.2)
http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=8600561  
Richard Avramenko,  "Tocqueville and the Religion of Democracy." Perspectives on Political Science, vol. 41:3, 125-137. 2012
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10457097.2012.692638  
Christina Ewig, “The Strategic Use of Gender and Race in Peru’s 2011 Presidential Campaign,” Symposium on Gender and Latin America’s Pink Tide. Politics & Gender 8, 2 (2012): 267-274.   
Rikhil Bhavnani, Michael Clemens, Steven Radelet, Samuel Bazzi. 2012. "Counting Chickens when they Hatch: Timing and the Effects of Aid on Growth," The Economic Journal, 122: 590-617. Winner of the Royal Economic Society prize for the best paper published in The Economic Journal in 2012.   
John Ahlquist, "Public Sector Unions Need the Private Sector (or why the Wisconsin protests are not labor's Lazarus moment)." The Forum. 10(1).
http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/for.2012.10.issue-1/1540-8884.1499/1540-8884.1499.xml?format=INT  
Lisa Martin, “Against Compliance,” in International Law and International Relations: Synthesizing Insights from Interdisciplinary Scholarship. Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark Pollack, eds. (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012)   
Susan Yackee, “The Politics of Ex Parte Lobbying:  Pre-Proposal Agenda Building and Blocking During Agency Rulemaking.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 22 (2012): 373-393   
Lisa Martin, Introduction to International Relations. Dubuque, Iowa: Great River Technologies, 2012   
Leticia Bode, and Valerie Hennings,  “Mixed Signals? Gender and the Media's Coverage of the 2008 Vice Presidential Candidates.” Politics & Policy 40, 2 (2012): 221-257   
Lisa Martin, and Beth Simmons, “International Organizations and International Institutions,” in The Sage Handbook of International Relations. Walter Carlsnaes, Thomas Risse, and Beth A. Simmons, eds., 2d edition (London: Sage Publications Ltd., 2012), pp. 326-51   
Ryan Owens, and Ryan C. Black, “Consider the Source (and the Message): Supreme Court Justices and Strategic Audits of Lower Court Decisions.” Political Research Quarterly 65 (2012): 385-395   
Simon Haeder, "Beyond Path Dependence: Explaining Healthcare Reform and Its Consequences." Policy Studies Journal 40, S1 (2012): 65-86   
John Ahlquist, and Erik Wibbels, "Riding the Wave: World Trade and Factor-Based Models of Democratization." American Journal of Political Science 56, 2 (2012): 447-64
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1540-5907.2011.00572.x/abstract  
John Zumbrunnen, Aristophanic Comedy and the Challenge of Democratic Citizenship. University of Rochester Press, 2012   
Barry Burden, Christopher R. Berry, and William G. Howell, "The Lives and Deaths of Federal Programs, 1971-2003," in Jeffrey A. Jenkins and Eric M. Patashnik, eds. Living Legislation: Durability, Change, and the Politics of American Lawmaking (University of Chicago Press, 2012).   
Michael Schatzberg, “The Structural Roots of the DRC’s Current Disasters: Deep Dilemmas.” African Studies Review 55, 1 (2012): 117-121   
Ryan Owens, Justin Wedeking. Predicting Drift on Politically Insulated Institutions: A Study of Ideological Drift on the United States Supreme Court. Journal of Politics 74 (2012): 487-500   
Ryan Owens, Ryan C. Black. The Solicitor General and the United States Supreme Court: Executive Influence and Judicial Decisions. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012.   
, William Feltus, Michael M. Franz, and Travis Ridout, "Separation by Television Program: Understanding the Targeting of Political Advertising in Presidential Elections." Political Communication 29, 1 (2012): 1-23   
Scott Gehlbach, Philip Keefer. "Private Investment and the Institutionalization of Collective Action in Autocracies: Ruling Parties and Legislatures." Journal of Politics 74, 2 (2012): 621-635   
Susan Yackee, David Nelson, “Lobbying Coalitions and Government Policy Change: An Analysis of Federal Agency Rulemaking.” Journal of Politics 74, 2 (2012): 339-353   
Jimmy Klausen, "No—Your Other Left:  Newman's The Politics of Postanarchism," Theory & Event 15.1 (2012).   
Ryan Owens, David A. Simon, "Explaining the Supreme Court's Docket Size." William and Mary Law Review 53, 4 (2012): 1219-1285   
Ryan Owens, Ryan C. Black, "Agenda Setting in the U.S. Supreme Court" in New Directions in Judicial Politics, ed. Kevin T. McGuire. Routledge, Taylor and Francis, 2012   
Scott Straus, Evgeny Finkel, "Macro, Meso, and Micro Research on Genocide: Gains, Shortcomings, and Future Areas of Inquiry’" Genocide Studies and Prevention 7, 1 (2012): 56-67   
Evgeny Finkel, “The Authoritarian Advantage of Horizontal Accountability: Ombudsmen in Poland and Russia.” Comparative Politics 44, 3 (2012): 291-310   
Leticia Bode. Emily K. Vraga, Stephanie Edgerly, Leticia Bode, D. Jasun Carr, Mitchell Bard, Courtney N. Johnson, Young Mie Kim and Dhavan V. Shah, "The Correspondent, the Comic, and the Combatant : The Consequences of Host Style in Political Talk Shows." Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 89, 5 (2012).
http://jmq.sagepub.com/content/89/1/5  
Evgeny Finkel, Yitzhak Brudny, "Russia and the Colour Revolutions." Democratization 19, 1 (2012): 15-36.   
Evgeny Finkel, Yitzhak Brudny, "No More Colour! Authoritarian Regimes and Colour Revolutions in Eurasia." Democratization 19, 1 (2012): 1-14.   
Scott Straus, "Wars Do End! Changing Patterns of Political Violence in Sub-Saharan Africa." African Affairs 2012.
http://afraf.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/reprint/ads015?ijkey=4ztxA60I56z3N9E&keytype=ref  
Evgeny Finkel, Yitzhak Brudny (eds.), Reassessing Coloured Revolutions and Authoritarian Reactions, special issue of Democratization, 19, 1 (2012).   
David Weimer, Stéphane Lavertu, Daniel Walters. "Scientific Expertise and the Balance of Political Interests: MEDCAC and Medicare Coverage Decisions." Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 22, 1 (2012): 55–81.   
Daniel Walters, “The Justiciability of Fair Balance under the Federal Advisory Committee Act: Toward a Deliberative Process Approach.” Michigan Law Review, 110 (2012): 677-708.   
Daniel Kapust, “Tacitus and Political Theory.” In A Companion to Tacitus, edited by Victoria Pagan. Blackwell, Oxford. 2012. 504-28   
David Weimer, “The Universal and the Particular in Policy Analysis and Training.” Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 14, 1 (2012):  1–8   
Kyle Marquardt, "Stabilization and Symbolism: Language and Regional Politics in the Chuvash Republic." 2012. Nationalities Papers 40(1):127-147.   
John Ahlquist, 2012. "Who Sits at the Table in the House of Labor? rank-and-file citizenship and unravelling in confederal organizations." Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization.
http://jleo.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2012/01/25/jleo.ewr027.abstract?keytype=ref&ijkey=2EpvZvRAwh1zzHY  
Aili Tripp, "Do Arab Women Need Electoral Quotas?" Foreign Policy: The Middle East Channel, January 19, 2012. 
http://mideast.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2012/01/19/do_arab_women_need_electoral_quotas  
Donald Downs, Arms and the University: Military Presence and the Civic Education of Non-Military Students (Cambridge University Press, 2012)   
Brett J. Kyle and Andrew G. Reiter, "Dictating Justice: Military Courts and Human Rights in Latin America." Armed Forces & Society 38, 1 (2012): 27-48.
http://afs.sagepub.com/content/38/1/27.abstract  
Christina Ewig, Stephen J. Kay, "Postretrenchment Politics: Policy Feedback in Chile's Health and Pension Reforms." Latin American Politics and Society 53, 4 (2011): 67-99.
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1548-2456.2011.00134.x/abstract  
Barry Burden, "Polarization, Obstruction, and Governing in the Senate." The Forum 9, 4 (2011).   
Donald Downs, “The Pendulum Swings: The Fall and Return of ROTC to Elite Campuses, and Why It Matters,” The Forum, Vol. 9, no. 3 (2011).
http://www.bepress.com/forum/vol9/iss3/art6/  
John Coleman, , William Howell, Cause and Consequence in American Politics. 2012. New York: Pearson/Penguin Academics.   
Donald Downs “Watching Out for Number One,” Wisconsin Interest, December 2011   
Ryan Owens, Ryan Black , Anthony Madonna. “Obstructing Agenda-Setting: Examining Blue Slip Behavior in the Senate.” The Forum 9, 4 (2011).   
Evgeny Finkel, Yitzhak Brudny and Evgeny Finkel, "Why Ukraine Is Not Russia: Hegemonic National Identity and Democracy in Russia and Ukraine." East European Politics and Societies 25, 4 (2011): 813-833   
Ryan Owens, Ryan C. Black. “Solicitor General Influence and Agenda Setting on the U.S. Supreme Court.” Political Research Quarterly 64, 4 (2011): 765-78   
Mark Copelovitch, David Ohls. “Trade, Institutions, and the Timing of GATT/WTO Accession in Post-Colonial States.” Review of International Organizations (2011)
http://www.springerlink.com/content/n13h7027w4417628  
Byron Shafer, “The Master, the Acolytes, and the Study of American Politics”, in Angie Maxwell and Todd G. Shields, eds., Unlocking V.O. Key, Jr.: “Southern Politics” for the Twenty-First Century (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2011).   
Howard Schweber, Democracy and Authenticity: Toward a Theory of Public Justification (Cambridge University Press, 2011)   
Howard Schweber, "The Constitutional Necessity of a Theory of Public Reason" ("La necesidad constitucional de una teoría de la razón pública"), Foro Academico 12 (2011): 180-92   
Richard Avramenko, Courage: The Politics of Life and Limb (University of Notre Dame Press, 2011)   
Aili Tripp, Essays on “Bibi Titi,” “Ruth Meena,” “Sylvia Tamale,” “Joyce Mpanga,” and “Charity Ngilu” In Dictionary of African Biography, Oxford University Press. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Emmanuel Akyeampong, Eds. 2011.   
John Ahlquist, Christian Breunig. 2011. "Model-Based Clustering and Typologies in the Social Sciences."  Political Analysis

http://pan.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2011/10/18/pan.mpr039.abstract?keytype=ref&ijkey=QcNt4A39Gd7Nfik  
Rikhil Bhavnani, Kate Baldwin. 2011. "Secondary Analyses of Experiments: Opportunities and Challenges," APSA-Comparative Democratization Newsletter, October.   
Andrew Kydd, Barbara F. Walter. "A win-win strategy for the Palestinians." Los Angeles Times. Sept 29, 2011.
http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/commentary/la-oe-walter-palestinianbid-20110929,0,4509403.story  
Daniel Kapust, "The Problem of Flattery and Hobbes’s Institutional Defense of Monarchy." Journal of Politics 73.3 (2011). 680-91.   
Jimmy Klausen, "Reply to Gündoğdu." Political Theory 39, 5 (2011): 668-73.   
Daniel Kapust, “Cicero on Decorum and the Morality of Rhetoric.” European Journal of Political Theory 10, 1 (2011). 92-113.   
Daniel Kapust, Republicanism, Rhetoric, and Roman Political Thought: Sallust, Livy, and Tacitus (Cambridge University Press. 2011).   
John Coleman, "Parties as a Resource for Presidential Leadership: The Case of Barack Obama." In Steven E. Schier, ed., Transforming America: Barack Obama in the White House (Rowman and Littlefield, 2011).   
Alexander Tahk, Neil Malhotra. "Specification Issues in Assessing the Moderating Role of Issue Importance: A Comment on Grynaviski and Corrigan (2006)." Political Analysis 19, 3 (2011): 342–50.   
Alexander Tahk, Stephen Jessee. "What Can We Learn About the Ideology of the Newest Supreme Court Justices?" PS: Political Science and Politics 44, 3 (2011): 524–29.   
Scott Straus, “’It’s Sheer Horror Here’: Patterns of Violence during the First Four Months of Côte d’Ivoire’s Post-Electoral Crisis.” African Affairs 110:440 (2011).   
Scott Straus, “Mali and Its Sahelian Neighbors.” Input Paper, World Development Report 2011 (Washington, DC: World Bank, 2011), http://wdr2011.worldbank.org/Mali.   
Scott Straus, Thomas Bassett . “Defending Democracy in Côte d’Ivoire: Africa Takes a Stand.” Foreign Affairs, July/August 2011, pp. 130-140.   
Barry Burden, David Canon, Kenneth Mayer, Donald Moynihan. "Early Voting and Election Day Registration in the Trenches: Local Officials' Perceptions of Election Reform." Election Law Journal 10(2): 89-102.   
Andrew Kydd, "Terrorism and Profiling." Terrorism and Political Violence 23, 3 (2011): 458-73.   
Donald Downs Essay in “Symposium,” “The Danish Cartoon Controversy and the Challenges of Multicultural Politics: A Discussion of The Cartoons That Shook the World, By Jytte Klausen.” In Perspectives on Politics, September 2011.   
Scott Gehlbach, Philip Keefer. "Investment Without Democracy: Ruling-Party Institutionalization and Credible Commitment in Autocracies." 2011. Journal of Comparative Economics 39(2):123-139.   
Kyle Marquardt, "Framing Language Policy in Post-Soviet Azerbaijan: Political Symbolism and Interethnic Harmony." Central Asian Survey 30, 2 (2011): 181-96.   
Kathryn Hendley, "Resolving Problems Among Neighbors in Post-Soviet Russia: Uncovering the Law of the Pod"ezd," Law & Social Inquiry 36, 2 (2011): 388-418.   
Aili Tripp, “African Women’s Movements Negotiating Peace,” In Nalini Visvanathan, Lynn Duggan, Nan Wiegersma, and Laurie Nisonoff, eds., The Women, Gender & Development Reader.   Halifax, London and New Jersey:  Fernwood Publishing and Zed Books, 2011, 349-359   
Aili Tripp, “Challenges in transnational feminist mobilization,” In Nalini Visvanathan, Lynn Duggan, Nan Wiegersma, and Laurie Nisonoff, eds., The Women, Gender & Development Reader.   Halifax, London and New Jersey:  Fernwood Publishing and Zed Books, 2011. 402-407.    
John Witte, Deven Carlson and Lesley Lavery. “Charter School Authorizers and Student Achievement.” Economics of Education Review, 2011.   
John Witte, Ron Zimmer, Brian gill, Kevin Booker, and Stephane Lavertu. “Examining Charter School Achievement Effects Across Seven States.” Economics of Education Review, 2011.   
Scott Gehlbach, John S. Earle and Scott Gehlbach, “Did Post-communist Privatization Increase Mortality?" Comparative Economic Studies 53, 2 (2011)   
Noam Lupu, Jonas Pontusson "The Structure of Inequality and the Politics of Redistribution," American Political Science Review 105 (2): 316-336 (2011).   
Aili Tripp, “Legislating Gender Based Violence in Post-Conflict Africa.” Journal of Peacebuilding and Development 6, 1 (2011): 7-20.   
Scott Straus, Lars Waldorf, eds. Remaking Rwanda: State Building and Human Rights after Mass Violence (University of Wisconsin Press, 2011).   
David Weimer, Stéphane Lavertu. “Federal Advisory Committees, Policy Expertise, and the Approval of Drugs and Medical Devices at the FDA,” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 21, 2 (2011): 211–37.   
Helen Kinsella, The Image Before the Weapon: A Critical History of the Distinction Between Combatant and Civilian. (Cornell University Press. 2011)
http://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/?GCOI=80140100008310  
Virginia Sapiro, Patricia Strach. Campaigning for Congress in the '9/11' Era: Considerations of Gender and Party in Response to Exogenus Shock." American Politics Research, 39 (2011): 264-90.   
Deven Carlson, “Trends and Innovations in Public Policy Analysis.” Policy Studies Journal 39 (s1): 13-26. 2011.   
John Witte, Deven Carlson, Lesley Lavery. "The Determinants of Interdistrict Open Enrollment Flows: Evidence From Two States." Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 33 (1): 76-94. 2011.   
Deven Carlson, Robert Haveman, Tom Kaplan, and Barbara Wolfe. “The Benefits and Costs of the Section 8 Housing Subsidy Program: A Framework and Estimates of First-Year Effects.” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 30 (2):233-55. 2011.   
Katherine Cramer, Virginia Sapiro, Patricia Strach, and Valerie Hennings. "Gender, Context, and Television Advertising: A Comprehensive Analysis of 2000 and 2002 House Races." Political Research Quarterly 64 (2011): 107-19   
John Witte, Joshua Cowen, David Fleming, and Patrick Wolf. “Student Attainment and the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program.” School Choice Demonstration Project: Milwaukee Evaluation, Year 4, March 2011.
http://www.uark.edu/ua/der/SCDP/Milwaukee_Eval/Report_24.pdf  
John Ahlquist, and Erik Wibbels 2011. "Development, Trade, and Social Insurance". International Studies Quarterly. 55(1): 125–149.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1468-2478.2010.00638.x/abstract  
John Witte, Benjamin Marquez. “Immigration Reform: Strategies for Legislative Action.” The Forum: 7:3 (2009); article 2.   
John Witte, “Accountability Metrics and Pay for Performance in Education and Health Care.” Preventing Chronic Disease, 7(5) (2010).   
John Witte, Deven Carlson, Lesley Lavery. “The Determinants of Interdistrict Open Enrollment Flows: Evidence from Two States. Education Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 33: 1 (2011) 76-94.   
John Witte, Patrick Wolf, Alicia Dean, and Deven Carlson. “Milwaukee Independent Charter Schools: Report on Two and Three-Year Achievement Growth.”  School Choice Demonstration Project: Milwaukee Evaluation, Year 4, March 2011.
http://www.uaedreform.org/SCDP/Milwaukee_Eval/Report_25.pdf  
John Witte, Patrick Wolf, Joshua Cowen, and David Fleming. “Milwaukee Parental Choice Program: Longitudinal Education Growth Study Fourth Year Report" School Choice Demonstration Project: Milwaukee Evaluation, Year 4, March 2011.
http://www.uark.edu/ua/der/SCDP/Milwaukee_Eval/Report_23.pdf  
Scott Gehlbach, John S. Earle. "Mif o biorokratii. Nevernaia problema, oshibochnoe reshenie [The Myth About Bureaucracy. Wrong Problem, Mistaken Solution]." Vedomosti. February 17, 2011.
  
Katherine Cramer, "Get Government Out of It: Heterogeneity of Government Skepticism and Its Connection to Economic Interests and Policy Preferences." In Peter K. Enns and Christopher Wlezien, eds., Who Gets Represented? New York: Russell Sage (2011), 129-159.   
Byron Shafer, Pär Jason Engle. "Where Are We in History? 2010 in the Longest Run." The Forum 8, 4 (2010).   
Scott Straus, "Genocide Studies and Political Science." In Donald Bloxham, ed., Oxford Handbook on Genocide (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), pp. 163-181.   
, Shaul Shenhav, Tamir Sheafer. "Voting for our Story." Comparative Political Studies 44, 5 (2011), published online October 27, 2010.
http://cps.sagepub.com/content/early/2010/10/26/0010414010384372.abstract  
John Ahlquist 2011. "Navigating Institutional Change: The Accord, Rogernomics, and the Politics of Adjustment in Australia and New Zealand." Comparative Political Studies.  44(2):127-55
  
John Ahlquist, and Margaret Levi 2011. "Leadership:What it Means, What it Does, and What We Want to Know About It."  Annual Review of Political Science. 14: 1-24

http://www.annualreviews.org/doi/abs/10.1146/annurev-polisci-042409-152654  
Scott Gehlbach, John S. Earle. "Bigger Bureaucracy Can Be Better." Moscow Times. January 25, 2011.
  
John Zumbrunnen, Byoung-Cheon Lee, and Se-Hyoung Yi. "Dialogue: American Progressivism and Conservatism—Their Origins, Transitions, and the Present." Citizen and the World 18 (Winter 2010): 134-64.   
Jimmy Klausen, and James Martel, coeditors. How Not to Be Governed:  Readings and Interpretations from a Critical Anarchist Left.
  
Jimmy Klausen “The Late Foucault’s Premodernity.”  In How Not to Be Governed:  Readings and Interpretations from a Critical Anarchist Left.  Eds. James Martel and Jimmy Casas Klausen.  Lexington Books, 2010.   
Barry Burden, Christopher R. Berry, William G. Howell. “The President and the Distribution of Federal Spending.” American Political Science Review 104 (2010): 783-99.   
Yoshiko Herrera, "Imagined Economies: Constructivist Political Economy, Nationalism, and Economic-Based Sovereignty Movements in Russia," in R. Abdelal, M. Blyth and C. Parson, eds. Constructing The International Economy, Cornell University Press, 2010.   
Kathryn Hendley, “Coping With Uncertainty: The Role of Contracts in Russian Industry During the Transition to the Market,” Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business 30, 2 (2010): 417-60.   
Kathryn Hendley, “Mobilizing Law in Contemporary Russia: The Evolution of Disputes Over Home Repair Projects,” American Journal of Comparative Law 58, 4 (2010): 631-73.   
David Weimer, "Stakeholder Governance of Organ Transplantation: A Desirable Model for Inducing Evidence-Based Medicine?" Regulation & Governance 4, 3 (2010): 281–302   
David Weimer, Dana B. Mukamel, William Spector, Jacqueline Zinn, David L. Weimer, and Richard Ahn, "Changes in Clinical and Hotel Expenditures following Publication of the Nursing Home Compare Report Card," Medical Care 48, 10 (2010): 869–74   
Yoshiko Herrera, Mirrors of the Economy: National Accounts and International Norms in Russia and Beyond. Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 2010   
Kathryn Hendley, “The Role of In-House Counsel in Post-Soviet Russia in the Wake of Privatization,” International Journal of the Legal Profession 17, 1 (2010): 5-34.   
Kyle Marquardt, “Nation-Building and Language Policy in post-Soviet Azerbaijan.” 2010. Azerbaijan in the World. Baku: Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy. 3(19):1-6.   
Dhavan Shah, Emily K. Vraga, D. Jasun Carr, Jeffery P. Nytes, and Dhavan V. Shah, “Precision vs. Realism on the Framing Continuum: Understanding the Underpinnings of Message Effects,” Political Communication, 21, 1-19, January-March 2010.   
Dhavan Shah. Homero Gil de Zuniga, Aaron Veenstra, Emily Vraga, and Dhavan V. Shah, “Digital Democracy: Reimagining Pathways to Political Participation.” Journal of Information Technology and Politics, 7, 36-51, 2010.   
Scott Gehlbach, Scott Gehlbach and Edmund J. Malesky. 2010. “The Contribution of Veto Players to Economic Reform.” Journal of Politics 72(4): 957-75.   
Christina Ewig, “Health Policy and the Historical Reproduction of Gender and Racial Inequality in Peru.” In Paul Gootenberg and Luis Reygadas Robles, eds. Indelible Inequalities in Latin America: Insights from History, Politics and Culture. Durham: Duke University Press, 2010.   
Amber Wichowsky and Sarah Niebler., "Narrow Victories and Hard Games; Revisiting the Primary Divisiveness Hypothesis." American Politics Research 38:6 (2010): 1052-1071.   
David Weimer, "Stakeholder Governance of Organ Transplantation: A Desirable Model for Inducing Evidence-Based Medicine?" Regulation & Governance 4:3 (2010), 281–302.   
Deven Carlson, Michael Planty and Deven Carlson, Understanding Education Indicators: A Practical Primer for Research and Policy. New York: Teachers College Press, 2010.   
Tricia Olsen, 2010. "New Actors in Microfinance Lending: The Role of Regulation and Competition in Latin America." Perspectives on Global Development and Technology 9, 3-4: 500-19.   
Tricia Olsen and Andrew Reiter. Tricia D. Olsen, Leigh A. Payne and Andrew G. Reiter. Transitional Justice in Balance: Comparing Processes, Weighing Efficacy. Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace Press.   
Tricia Olsen and Andrew Reiter. 2010. Tricia D. Olsen, Leigh A. Payne and Andrew G. Reiter. “At What Cost? A Political Economy Approach to Transitional Justice.” Taiwan Journal of Democracy 6, 1: 165-84.   
Leticia Bode and Dhavan Shah. Ben Sayre, Leticia Bode, Dave Wilcox, Dhavan Shah, and Chirag Shah, “Agenda Setting in a Digital Age: Tracking Attention to California Proposition 8 in Social Media, Online News, and Conventional News.”  Policy & Internet 2, 2.
http://www.psocommons.org/policyandinternet/vol2/iss2/art2  
Mert Kartal, 2010. “Has the Dwarf Grown Up?” Journal of European Integration 32, 3: 329-37.    
Christina Ewig, 2010. Second-Wave Neoliberalism: Gender, Race and Health Sector Reform in Peru.  Penn State Press.
http://www.psupress.org/books/titles/978-0-271-03711-0.html  
Scott Gehlbach, Konstantin Sonin, and Ekaterina Zhuravskaya. 2010. “Businessman Candidates.”  American Journal of Political Science.  54(3):718-736.   
Aili Tripp Museveni’s Uganda: Paradoxes of Power in a Hybrid Regime. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 2010.
http://www.rienner.com/title/Museveni_s_Uganda_Paradoxes_of_Power_in_a_Hybrid_Regime  
Nadav Shelef, Evolving Nationalism: Homeland, Religion, and Identity in Israel, 1925-2005. Ithaca: Cornell University Press
http://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/cup_detail.taf?ti_id=5656  
Michael Schatzberg,  "Les complexités de la démocratie : la Fédération ougandaise de football en tant que polity," Politique africaine, no. 118 (juin 2010), 123-141.   
Jimmy Klausen "Hannah Arendt's Antiprimitivism," Political Theory 38.3 (June 2010):  394-423.   
Dhavan Shah, Kristin Lieb and Dhavan V. Shah, “Consumer Culture Theory, Nonverbal Communication, and Contemporary Politics: Considering Context and Embracing Complexity.” Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 34, 81-91, June 2010.   
Edward Friedman. "Power Transition Theory" in Yee, ed. China's Peaceful Development. Routledge, 2010.   
John Zumbrunnen, "Comedy, the Ordinary Citizen, and the Salvation of the City."  In Karen Bassi and J. Peter Euben, eds., When Worlds Elide:  Classics, Politics, Culture. New York: Lexington Books, 2010.   
Susan Yackee, and Christine Kelleher Palus. "Learning from Experience? Second-Order Policy Devolution and Government Responsiveness."  Journal of Local Self-Government 8 (2010): 65-92.   
Susan Yackee, and Jason Webb Yackee. "Is Agency Rulemaking 'Ossified'?  Testing Congressional, Presidential, and Judicial Procedural Constraints." Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 20 (2010): 261-82   
Andrew Kydd, "Learning Together, Growing Apart: Global Warming, Energy Policy and International Trust." Energy Policy 38, 6 (2010):2675-80.   
Byron Shafer, and William J. M. Claggett. The American Public Mind: The Issues Structure of Mass Politics in the Postwar United States. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010.   
Andrew Kydd, "Rationalist Approaches to Conflict Prevention." Annual Review of Political Science 13 (2010).   
Darryn Beckstrom, “Reconciling the Public Employee Speech Doctrine and Academic Speech after Garcetti v. Ceballos,” Minnesota Law Review 94 (2010): 1202-38.   
Dhavan V. Shah, Emily K. Vraga, D. Jasun Carr and Jeffery P. Nytes. “Precision vs. Realism on the Framing Continuum: Understanding the Underpinnings of Message Effects,” Political Communication 21 (January-March 2010): 1-19.   
Lauren McCarthy, "Beyond Corruption: An Assessment of Russian Law Enforcement's Fight against Human Trafficking." Demokratizatsiya 18, 2 (2010): 5-27.   
David Weimer, John G. Richards and Aidan R. Vining “Aboriginal Performance on Standardized Tests: Evidence and Analysis from Provincial Schools in British Columbia,” Policy Studies Journal 38:1 (2010), 47-67.   
Richard Avramenko 2009. "The Road to Perplexity: The Temporal-Ontological Presence of Nowness in Martin Heidegger’s Being and Time." International Political Anthropology 2:2.   
Scott Gehlbach 2010. “Reflections on Putin and the Media.” Post-Soviet Affairs 26(1):77-87.   
Aili Tripp, "The Politics of Constitution-Making in Uganda," In Laurel E. Miller, ed., Framing the State in Times of Transition: Case Studies in Constitution Making. Washington, D.C., United States Institute for Peace. 2010.   
John Ahlquist 2010. "Policy by Contract: electoral cycles, parties, and social pacts 1974-2000." Journal of Politics. 72(2):572-87
  
Aili Tripp, “Creating Collective Capabilities: Women,Collective Human Capabilities, and the Politics of Representation,” Columbia Journal of Gender and Law. 19 (1) 2010:219-248.   
Barry Burden, and Amber Wichowsky. 2010. "Local and National Forces in Congressional Elections." In Jan E. Leighley, ed., The Oxford Handbook of American Elections and Political Behavior. New York: Oxford University Press.   
Mark Copelovitch The International Monetary Fund in the Global Economy: Banks, Bonds, and Bailouts.  Cambridge (UK): Cambridge University Press.
http://www.cambridge.org/uk/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521194334  
, and Matthew Holleque. 2010. "Getting Up Off the Canvass: Rethinking the Study of Mobilization." In Jan E. Leighley, ed., The Oxford Handbook of American Elections and Political Behavior. New York: Oxford University Press.   
Yoshiko Herrera, and Rose McDermott, "Psychological Versus Rational Models of Human Decision-Making." Symposium in APSA Comparative Politics Newsletter 21, 1 (Winter 2010): 21-23.   
Mark Copelovitch Master or Servant?  Common Agency and the Political Economy of IMF Lending.  International Studies Quarterly 54(1): 49-77.
http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/123316007/abstract  
Michael Callaghan Pisapia, “The Authority of Women in the Political Development of American Public Education, 1860-1930.” Studies in American Political Development 24 (April): 24-56.   
David Weimer, and Aidan R. Vining. Policy Analysis (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Longman, 2011).   
David Weimer. Medical Governance: Values, Expertise, and Interests in Organ Transplantation. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2010.   
Aili Tripp “Toward a Comparative Politics of Gender Research in which Women Matter,” Perspectives on Politics. 8 (1), 2010: 191-197.   
Kathryn Hendley “Rule of Law, Russian-Style.” Current History, October 2009.   
Marc T. Ratkovic and Kevin H. Eng. 2010. "Finding Jumps in Otherwise Smooth Curves: Identifying Critical Events in Political Processes." Political Analysis 18:57-77   
Scott Gehlbach, John S. Earle. 2010. “Did Mass Privatisation Really Increase Post-Communist Mortality?” The Lancet 375 (9712).   
John Ahlquist 2010. "Building Strategic Capacity: the political underpinnings of coordinated wage bargaining."  American Political Science Review. 104(1):171-88

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Andrew Kydd, Barbara F. Walter. "By Focusing on Planes, Terrorists Take a Calculated Risk."  Los Angeles Times.  Reprinted in The Press of Atlantic City, Sunday, February 7, 2010. 

http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/commentary/la-oe-walter24-2010jan24,0,7221756.story  
Nadav Shelef "Politicized Secularism in Israel: Secularists as a Party to Communal Conflict," Contemporary Jewry

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Evgeny Finkel. "In Search of Lost Genocide: Historical Policy and International Politics in Post-1989 Eastern Europe." 2010. Global Society 24, 1 (January): 51-7.   
Byron Shafer The Pure Partisan Institution: National Party Conventions as Research Sites”, in L. Sandy Maisel, ed., Oxford Handbook of American Political Parties and Interest Groups (New York: Oxford University Press, 2010).   
Barry Burden, Christopher R. Berry and William G. Howell. 2010. "After Enactment: The Lives and Deaths of Federal Programs." American Journal of Political Science 54:1-14.   
Leigh Payne, Tricia D. Olsen and Andrew G. Reiter. 2009. “Does Transitional Justice Work? Latin America in Comparative Perspective.” Global Studies Review 5:3 (Fall/Winter)
http://www.globality-gmu.net/archives/1789   
Alice Kang, “Studying Oil, Islam, and Women as if Political Institutions Mattered.” Politics & Gender 5, 4 (2009): 560-68.   
David Canon, and Rudolpho Espino. “Vote-Switching in the U.S. House,” Journal of Politics 71, 1 (2009): 324-338.   
Barry Burden, "The Dynamic Effects of Education on Voter Turnout."  Electoral Studies 28:540-9.   
Nils Ringe, Who Decides, and How? Preferences, Uncertainty, and Policy Choice in the European Parliament. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010   
Kathryn Hendley, "‘Telephone Law’ and the ‘Rule of Law’: The Russian Case.” Hague Journal on the Rule of Law 1, 2 (2009: 241-64)   
Susan Yackee, “Private Conflict and Policy Passage:  Interest Group Conflict and State Medical Malpractice Reform.” Policy Studies Journal 37 (2009): 213-31.   
Kenneth Mayer. 2009. “Thoughts on the Revolution in Presidency Studies.” Presidential Studies Quarterly  39 (no. 4, December).   
Kathryn Hendley, “The Law in Post-Putin Russia.” In Dale Herspring and Stephen Wegren, eds., After Putin’s Russia, 4th ed. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2010.   
Kenneth Mayer, “Executive Orders,” in Joseph Bessette and Jeffrey Tulis, eds., The Constitutional Presidency.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009.   
Courtney Hillebrecht, “Rethinking Compliance: The Challenges and Prospects of Measuring Compliance with International Human Rights Tribunals.” Journal of Human Rights Practice,  2009.   
Kathryn Hendley, “Coping With Uncertainty: The Role of Contracts in Russian Industry During the Transition to the Market.” Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business 30, 2 (2009).   
John Coleman, Kevin S. Price. Legitimacy, Leadership, and Longing for Realignment: The Party Basis of the Bush Presidency.” In Steven E. Schier, ed., Ambition and Division: Legacies of the George W. Bush Presidency (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2009).   
Barry Burden, D. Sunshine Hillygus. “Opinion Formation, Polarization, and Presidential Reelection.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 39 (2009):619-35.   
Scott Gehlbach, David Brown and John S. Earle. “Helping Hand or Grabbing Hand? State Bureaucracy and Privatization Effectiveness.” American Political Science Review 103, 2 (2009): 264-83.
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Katja Favretto. “Should Peacemakers Take Sides? Major Power Mediation, Coercion, and Bias.” American Political Science Review 103, 2 (2009): 248-63.
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Michael Schatzberg. "Ethnography and Causality: Sorcery and Popular Culture in the Congo," in Edward Schatz, ed., Political Ethnography: What Immersion Contributes to the Study of Power (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2009), 183-200.   
Susan Yackee, Jason Webb Yackee. 2009. "Divided Government and U.S. Federal Rulemaking." Regulation and Governance 3: 128-44.   
Susan Yackee, Christine Kelleher Palus. 2009. "A Political Consequence of Contracting:  Organized Interests and State Agency Decision-Making." Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 19: 579-602.   
Aili Tripp: “Development and the New Rights Based Approaches in Africa,” Review of African Political Economy, 36 (120): 2009, 273-282.   
Shahirah Mahmood “Comparative Perspectives of Muslim Women Activism in Singapore and Malaysia." In Igniting Thought, Unleashing Youth: Perspectives on Muslim Youth and Activism in Singapore. Select Publishing, 2009.   
Barry Burden, 2009. “The Puzzle of the Japanese Gender Gap in LDP Support.” In Steven Reed, Kenneth Mori McElwain, and Kay Shimizu , eds., Political Changes in Japan: Electoral Behavior, Party Realignment, and the Koizumi Reforms. Stanford, CA: Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center.   
Katherine Cramer. 2009. “Scholars as Citizens: Studying Public Opinion through Ethnography.” In Ed Schatz, ed., Political Ethnography. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.   
Nils Ringe, Jennifer N. Victor. 2009. “The Social Utility of Informal Institutions: Caucuses as Networks in the 110th U.S. House of Representatives.” American Politics Research 37, 5 (2009): 742-66.   
Jon Pevehouse, “Presidents and International Cooperation.” In George C. Edwards III and William G. Howell, eds., The Oxford Handbook of the American Presidency. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009.   
Kenneth Mayer. “Going Alone: The Presidential Power of Unilateral Action.” In George C. Edwards III and William G. Howell, eds., The Oxford Handbook of the American Presidency. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009.   
John Coleman, and David C.W. Parker. “The Consequences of Divided Government.” In George C. Edwards III and William G. Howell, eds., The Oxford Handbook of the American Presidency. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009.   
Aili Tripp: “Conflicting Agendas: Women’s Rights and Customary Law in Africa Today,” Constituting Equality, Ed. Susan Williams. Cambridge University Press, 2009.   
Aili Tripp, “Debate: Does Oil Wealth Hurt Women?” Introduction to “Critical Perspectives on Gender Politics, Debate: Oil, Islam, and Women. Politics & Gender 5, 4 (2009).   
Aili Tripp. "Women."  In Valerie Tomaselli and Sonja Matanovic , eds., World At Risk: A Global Issues Sourcebook (Washington D.C.: CQ Press, 2009).   
Aili Tripp. “Uganda.” In John L. Esposito, ed., The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World (New York:  Oxford University Press. 2009).   
Andrew Kydd "Trade Troops for Unification in North Korea."  Wisconsin State Journal.  July 24, 2009.  Page A12
http://www.madison.com/wsj/home/column/other/459493  
Barry Burden and D. Sunshine Hillygus. 2009. "Opinion Formation, Polarization, and Presidential Reelection." Presidential Studies Quarterly 39:619-35.   
Jessica Weeks “Autocratic Audience Costs: Regime Type and Signaling Resolve,” International Organization, Winter 2008 (62.1)
http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=1630344  
Andrew Kydd Reputation and Cooperation: Guzman on International Law.  International Theory, Vol 1, No. 2 (July 2009) pp. 295-305.   
Donald Downs "ROTC and the Future of Liberal Education," Chronicle of Higher Education, The Chronicle Review, May 15, 2009.
http://chronicle.com/free/v55/i36/36b00801.htm  
Donald Downs "Academic Freedom: What It Is, What It Isn't, and How to Tell the Difference" John William Pope Center for Higher Education Policy, April 2009.
http://www.popecenter.org/inquiry_papers/article.html?id=2164  
Donald Downs "DuPont Circle Diversiphily," 22 Academic Questions (2009), pp. 207-225.   
David Weimer, Dana B. Mukamel, William Spector, Jacqueline Zinn and Heather Ladd.  "Is There Evidence of Cream Skimming Among Nursing Homes following Publication of the Nursing Home Compare Report Card?" The Gerontologist 49:6 (2009), 793–802.   
David Weimer, "Making Education Research More Policy Analytic," in Gary Sykes, Barbara Schneider, and David N. Plank, eds. Handbook of Education Policy Research. New York: Routledge (2009), 93–100.   
David Weimer, Mark A Sager. "Early Identification and Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease: Social and Fiscal Outcomes," Alzheimer’s & Dementia 5:3 (2009), 215–226.   
Aili Tripp, Alice Kang: "Gender Quotas: Female Legislative Representation." Americas Quarterly, Spring 2009.
http://www.americasquarterly.org/node/544  
Scott Straus: “Genocide and Human Rights,” in Michael Goodhart, ed., Human Rights: Politics and Practice (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 279-296.   
Scott Straus: “From Rescue to Violence: Overcoming Local Opposition to Genocide in Rwanda,” translated as “L’échec de l’opposition locale au génocide rwandais,” in Jacques Sémelin, Sarah Gensburger, and Claire Andrieu, eds. Rescuing Practices in the Face of Genocide: Comparative Perspectives (Paris: Sciences Po University Press, 2008), pp. 345- 360.   
Scott Straus: “The Promise and Limits of Comparison: Rwanda and the Holocaust,” in Alan Rosenbaum, ed., Is the Holocaust Unique?: Perspectives on Comparative Genocide 3rd ed. (Boulder: Westview Press, 2009), pp. 245-257.   
Barry Burden, Philip Edward Jones: “Strategic Voting in the USA.” In Duverger’s Law of Plurality Voting: The Logic of Party Competition in Canada, India, the United Kingdom, and the United States, ed. Bernard Grofman, André Blais, and Shaun Bowler. New York, NY: Springer, 2009.   
Yoshiko Herrera, Rawi Abdelal, Alastair Iain Johnston, and Rose McDermott eds.: Measuring Identity: A Guide for Social Scientists. Cambridge University Press, 2009.   
Darryn Beckstrom: "Who's Looking at Your Facebook Profile? The Use of Student Conduct Codes to Censor College Students' Online Speech,” 45 Willamette Law Review 261 (2008).   
Darryn Beckstrom: “State Legislation Mandating School Cyberbullying Policies and the Potential Threat to Students’ Free Speech Rights,” 33 Vermont Law Review 283 (2008).     
Susan Yackee, Jason Webb Yackee: “Is the Bush Bureaucracy Any Different?  A Macro-Empirical Examination of Notice and Comment Rulemaking under '43,'" in President George W. Bush's Influence Over Bureaucracy and Policy: Extraordinary Times, Extraordinary Powers, eds. Colin Provost and Paul Teske. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009, pp. 41-59.   
Barry Burden: “Representation as a Field of Study.” In The Future of Political Science: 100 Perspectives, ed. Gary King, Kay Lehman Schlozman, and Norman Nie. New York, NY: Routledge, 2009.   
David Weimer, Stéphane Lavertu: "Integrating Delegation into the Policy Theory Literature." Policy Studies Journal 37 (1, 2009): 93-102.   
David Weimer, Aidan R. Vining, eds., Investing in the Disadvantages: Assessing the Benefits and Costs of Social Policies. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2009.   
Susan Yackee, Keith Naughton, Celeste Schmid, and Xueyong Zhan: “Understanding Commenter Influence During Agency Rule Development.” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 28 (2009): 258-77.   
Christina Ewig: “Gender Equity and Health Sector Reform in Colombia: Mixed State-Market Model Yields Mixed Results” (with Amparo Hernández Bello). 2009. Social Science & Medicine 68(6):1145-1152.   
Barry Burden: “The Nominations: Rules, Strategy, and Uncertainty.” In The Elections of 2008, ed. Michael Nelson. Washington, DC: CQ Press.   
Timothy Werner: "Congressmen of the Silent South: The Persistence of Southern Racial Liberals, 1949–1964." Journal of Politics 71, 1 (2009): 70-81.   
Melanie Manion: "New Frontiers in Survey Research: An Introduction to Survey Research on Chinese Politics," China Quarterly, no. 196 (December 2008): 755-758.   
Rikhil Bhavnani. 2009. "Do Electoral Quotas Work After They Are Withdrawn? Evidence from a Natural Experiment in India," American Political Science Review, 103 (1): 23-35.   
David Weimer, Aidan R Vining and Randall K. Thomas: Cost-Benefit Analysis Involving Addictive Goods: Contingent Valuation to Estimate Willingness-to-Pay for Smoking Cessation," Health Economics 18:2 (2009), 181-202.   
Christina Ewig (and Stephen J. Kay): “New Political Legacies and the Politics of Health and Pension Re-reforms in Chile.” In Daniel Béland and Brian Gran, eds., Public and Private Social Policy: Health and Pension Policies in a New Era (New York: Palgrave, 2008), pp. 249-268.   
Edward Friedman: “China: A Threat to or Threatened by Democracy?", Dissent, Winter 2009, pp. 7-12.   
Barry Burden: "Candidate-Driven Ticket Splitting in the 2000 Japanese Elections.” Electoral Studies 28 (2009):33-40.   
Barry Burden (and Gretchen Helmke):  “The Comparative Study of Split-Ticket Voting.” Electoral Studies 28 (2009):1-7.   
David Canon “The Representational Consequences of a Random National Constituency,” Polity 40, 2 (2008): 221-28.   
David Canon “Renewing the Voting Rights Act:  Retrogression, Influence, and the “Georgia v. Ashcroft Fix,” Election Law Journal 7, 1 (2008): 3-24.   
David Weimer “Theories Of and In the Policy Process,” Policy Studies Journal 36, 4 (2008): 489-495   
Aili Tripp, Isabel Casimiro, Joy Kwesiga, and Alice Mungwa (co-authors) African Women’s Movements: Transforming Political Landscapes. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
http://www.cambridge.org/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521879309  
Eunsook Jung “Giving up Partisan Politics,” Inside Indonesia 94, October-December 2008   
Melanie Manion “When Communist Party Candidates Can Lose, Who Wins? Assessing the Role of Local People’s Congresses in the Selection of Leaders in China,” China Quarterly, no. 195 (September 2008): 607–630.   
Hannah Goble and Peter Holm. “Breaking Bonds? The Iraq War and the Loss of Republican Dominance in National Security.” Political Research Quarterly. Currently on OnlineFirst; later to appear in print.

http://prq.sagepub.com.ezproxy.library.wisc.edu/cgi/rapidpdf/1065912908320669v1  
Scott Straus "Order in Disorder: A Micro-Comparative Study of Genocidal Dynamics in Rwanda,” in Stathis Kalyvas, Ian Shapiro, and Tarek Masoud, eds., Order, Conflict and Violence (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008), pp. 301-320.   
“Quantitative Methodology.” In Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, Henry E. Brady, and David Collier, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Political Methodology (Oxford University Press, 2008).   
Edward Friedman, "How Economic Superpower China Could Transform Africa" in Journal of Chinese Political Science, 2008.
  
Edward Friedman, "Why the Ruling Party in China Won't Lose." in Political Transitions in Dominant Party Systems. Routledge, 2008.   
Christina Ewig “Reproduction, Re-reform and the Reconfigured State: Feminists and Neoliberal Health Reforms in Chile.” In Isabella Bakker and Rachel Silvey, eds., Beyond States and Markets: The Challenges of Social Reproduction (New York: Routledge Press, 2008).   
Darryn Beckstrom “Religion, Immigration, and Voter Turnout among Latinos,” Georgetown Public Policy Review 13 (2008).   
Aili Tripp “In Pursuit of Authority: Civil Society and Rights Based Discourses in Africa,” in John W. Harbeson and Donald Rothchild, eds., Africa in World Politics: Reforming Political Order (Westview Press, 2008).   
M. Crawford Young “The Heritage of Colonialism,” in John W. Harbeson and Donald Rothchild, eds., Africa in World Politics: Reforming Political Order (Westview Press, 2008).   
Jacob R. Neiheisel and Paul A. Djupe. 2008. "Intraorganizational Constraints on Churches' Public Witness." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 47(3): 427-441.   
Jon Pevehouse, Edward Mansfield, Helen Milner (and Edward Mansfield, Helen Milner). January 2008. "Democracy, Veto Players, and the Depth of Regional Integration." World Economy.   
John Zumbrunnen  Silence and Democracy:  Athenian Politics in Thucydides’ History.  Penn State University Press, 2008.   
David Weimer, Editor, Cost-Benefit Analysis and Public Policy (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2008).   
David Weimer,  "Cost-Benefit Analysis," in Steven N. Durlauf and Lawrence E. Blume, eds. The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, 2nd Edition. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan (2008).   
David Weimer, Jaqueline Zinn, William Spector and Dana B. Mukamel.  "Strategic Orientation and Nursing Home Response to Public Reporting of Quality Measures: An Application of the Miles and Snow Typology," Health Services Research 43:2 (2008), 598–615.   
John Zumbrunnen, Amy Gangl “Conflict, Fusion, or Coexistence?  The Complexity of Contemporary American Conservatism.”  Political Behavior 30:2 (June 2008).    
Jon Pevehouse (and Joshua S. Goldstein), eds. 2008. International Relations: A Reader. New York: Pearson Longman   
Edward Friedman "Raising Sheep on Wolf Milk: The Politics and Dangers of Misremembering the Past in China." Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions, June-Sept. 2008, pp. 339-410.   
Jon Pevehouse (and Joshua S. Goldstein). 2008. Principles of International Relations. New York: Pearson Longman.   
Amber Wichowsky and Donald P. Moynihan 2008. “Measuring How Administration Shapes Citizenship: A Policy Feedback Perspective on Performance Management.” Public Administration Review 68 (5): 908-920   
Scott Gehlbach: “What is a Big Bureaucracy? Reflections on Rebuilding Leviathan and Runaway State-Building.” Czech Sociological Review.  44, 6 (2008):1189-1197.   
Robert Fowler Booth Fowler. Wisconsin Votes: An Electoral History. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. 2008.
  
Barry Burden “Multiple Parties and Ballot Regulations.” In Democracy in the States: Experiments in Elections Reform, ed. Bruce E. Cain, Todd Donovan, and Caroline J. Tolbert. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press. 2008.   
Kenneth Mayer, Howard Schweber "Does Australia Have a Constitution? Part I: The Powers Constitution," 25 UCLA Pacific Basin Law Journal (Spring 2008).   
Jon Pevehouse (and Edward D. Mansfield). April 2008. “Democratization and the Varieties of International Organizations.” Journal of Conflict Resolution.   
Kenneth Mayer, Howard Schweber “Does Australia Have a Constitution? Part II: The Rights Constitution," 25 UCLA Pacific Basin Law Journal (Spring 2008).   
Scott Gehlbach Representation Through Taxation: Revenue, Politics, and Development in Postcommunist States. New York: Cambridge University Press. 2008.   
Edward Friedman "Where is Chinese Nationalism? The Political Geography of a Moving Project." Nations and Nationalism. 2008   
Edward Friedman "After the Second Wave of Democratization." Taiwan Journal of Democracy 4.1, pp. 155-161   
David Weimer, Dana B. Mukamel, William Spector, Heather Ladd, and Jaqueline Zinn. "Publication of Quality Report Cards and Trends in Reported Quality Measures in Nursing Homes," Health Services Research 43:4 (2008), 1244-1262.   
David Weimer, Dana B. Mukamel, Laurent G. Glance, Yue Li, William Spector, Jacqueline Zinn, and Laura Mosqueda. "Does Risk Adjustment of the CMS Quality Measures for Nursing Homes Matter?" Medical Care 46:5 (2008), 532-541.   
Graham Wilson, Timothy Werner. “Interest Groups.” In Comparative Politics. Daniele Caramani, ed. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. 2008.   
John Zumbrunnen   “Rejection, Ratification, and the Evolution of a People:  The Case of Wisconsin.”  In Constitutionalism in the American States, edited by George Connor and Christopher Hammons.  University of Missouri Press, 2008.   
John Coleman. “Parties, Politics, and the Fiscal State,” in Theodore J. Lowi, Benjamin Ginsberg, and Kenneth A. Shepsle, Norton American Politics Online Reader (New York: WW Norton, 2008).   
Katherine Cramer, 2007. “The Democratic Potential of Civic Dialogue.” In Shawn Rosenberg (ed.) Deliberation, Participation, and Democracy: Can the People Govern? New York: Palgrave MacMillan.   
Helen Kinsella, ‘Understanding a War That is Not a War’ in Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society,  Autumn 2007,  33,1, pgs.  209-231   
John Coleman, Paul Manna "Above the Fray? The Use of Party System References in Presidential Rhetoric." Presidential Studies Quarterly, September 2007.   
Barry Burden Personal Roots of Representation. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
http://press.princeton.edu/titles/8567.html  
Jimmy Klausen "Room Enough:  America, Natural Liberty, and Consent in Locke’s Second Treatise.”  Journal of Politics 69.3 (August 2007):  760-69.   
Nadav Shelef “Testing the logic of unilateral withdrawal: Lessons from the History of the Labor Zionist Movement,” Middle East Journal, Vol. 61, No. 3, Summer 2007: 460-475   
Katherine Cramer Talking about Race: Community Dialogues and the Politics of Difference. 2007. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.   
Michael Schatzberg “Soccer, Science, and Sorcery: Causation and African Football,” Afrika Spectrum 41:3 (2006): 351-369.
http://www.giga-hamburg.de/index.php?file=afs_0603.html&folder=publikationen/archiv/af_spectrum  
Jimmy Klausen ". . . the new-old enigma, of sovereignty.”  Review of Jacques Derrida’s Rogues:  Two Essays on Reason (2005).  Theory & Event 9.3 (2006).   
John Zumbrunnen  “Fantasy, Irony, and Economic Justice in Aristophanes’ Assemblywomen and Wealth.” American Political Science Review, 100:3 (August 2006).   
Helen Kinsella, ‘Gendering Grotius: Sex and Sex Difference in Laws of War’ in Political Theory, April 2006  32, 4, pgs. 61-191.   
Katherine Cramer 2006. “Communities, Race, and Talk: An Analysis of the Occurrence of Civic Intergroup Dialogue Programs.” Journal of Politics 68 (1): 22-33.   
Byron Shafer, and Richard Johnston. The End of Southern Exceptionalism: Class, Race, and Partisan Change in the Postwar South. 2006. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.   
Jimmy Klausen "Imperial Histories/Imperial Tragedy; or, America’s Middle East.”  Review of Mahmood Mamdani’s Good Muslim, Bad Muslim (2004) and Rashid Khalidi’s Resurrecting Empire (2004).  Theory & Event 8.4 (2005).   
Lisa Martin, “The President and International Agreements: Treaties as Signaling Devices,” Presidential Studies Quarterly 35, no. 3 (September 2005): 440-65.   
Helen Kinsella, Discourses of Difference: Civilians, Combatants, and Compliance with the laws of war” in Review of International Studies, 2005 31, pgs. 163-185.   
Katherine Cramer, Stephen Macedo, Yvette M. Alex-Assensoh, Jeffrey M. Berry, Michael Brintnall, David E. Campbell, Luis Ricardo Fraga, Archon Fung, William A. Galston, Christopher F. Karpowitz, Margaret Levi, Meira Levinson, Keena Lipsitz, Richard G. Niemi, Robert D. Putnam, Wendy M. Rahn, Rob Reich, Robert R. Rodgers, Todd Swanstrom Democracy at Risk: How Political Choices Have Undermined Citizenship, and What We Can Do About It. 2005. A Report of the American Political Science Association’s Standing Committee on Civic Education and Engagement. Brookings.   
Jimmy Klausen "Of Hobbes and Hospitality in Diderot’s Supplement to the Voyage of Bougainville.”  Polity 37.2 (April 2005):  167-92.   
John Zumbrunnen   “Elite Domination and the Ordinary Citizen:  Aristophanes’ Acharnians and Knights,” Political Theory, 23:5 (October 2004).   
Katherine Cramer Talking about Politics: Informal Groups and Social Identity in American Life. 2004. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.   
John Coleman, David C. W. Parker. “Pay to Play: Parties, Interests, and Money in Federal Elections.” 2004. In Patricia Strach and Ken Goldstein, eds., The Medium and the Message. Prentice Hall. 2004.   
John Coleman, Kevin S. Price. “The Party Base of Presidential Leadership and Legitimacy.” 2004. In Steven Schier, ed., High Risk and Big Ambition: The Presidency of George W. Bush. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.   
Byron Shafer The Two Majorities and the Puzzle of Modern American Politics.  2003.  Lawrence: University Press of Kansas.   
John Coleman “The Benefits of Campaign Spending.” 2003. Briefing Paper no. 84. Washington, DC: Cato Institute.   
John Coleman “Responsible, Functional, or Both: American Political Parties and the APSA Report after Fifty Years.” 2003. In John C. Green and Rick Farmer, eds. The State of the Parties 4th ed.   
John Zumbrunnen   “’Courage in the Face of Reality:’  Nietzsche’s Admiration for Thucydides.”  Polity 35:2 (Winter 2002).   
John Zumbrunnen “Democratic Politics and the ‘Character’ of the City in Thucydides.”  History of Political Thought 23:4 (Winter 2002).   
Lisa Martin, "International Political Economy: The State of the Sub-Discipline," with Jeffry Frieden, The Political Economist X:2 (Winter 2002), 1-8.   
Michael Schatzberg Political Legitimacy in Middle Africa: Father, Family, Food (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2001).
http://www.iupress.indiana.edu/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=1037_1121_1146&products_id=21186  
Byron Shafer, and Anthony J. Badger, eds., Contesting Democracy: Substance and Structure in American Political History, 1775-2000.  2001.  Lawrence: University Press of Kansas.   
John Coleman “The Distribution of Campaign Spending Benefits Across Groups.” Journal of Politics 63, 3 (2001): 916-34.   
Lisa Martin. “Institutional Effects on State Behavior: Convergence and Divergence,” with Liliana Botcheva, International Studies Quarterly 45, no. 1 (March 2001): 1-26.   
Michael Schatzberg “La sorcellerie comme mode de causalité politique,” Politique africaine, no. 79 (octobre 2000): 33-47.
http://www.politique-africaine.com/numeros/pdf/079033.pdf  
Lisa Martin, "Legalization, Trade Liberalization, and Domestic Politics: A Cautionary Note," with Judith Goldstein, International Organization 53, no. 3 (Summer 2000): 603-32.   
Lisa Martin, Democratic Commitments: Legislatures and International Cooperation (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2000).   
John Coleman, Paul F. Manna. “Congressional Campaign Spending and the Quality of Democracy.” Journal of Politics 62, 3 (2000): 757-89.   
Lisa Martin, “The Contributions of Rational Choice: A Defense of Pluralism,” International Security 24, no. 2 (Fall 1999), pp. 74-83.    
Lisa Martin, "Theories and Empirical Studies of International Institutions," with Beth Simmons, International Organization 52, no. 3 (Fall 1998), 729-57.   
Lisa Martin, "The Promise of Institutionalist Theory," with Robert O. Keohane, International Security 20, no. 1 (Summer 1995), 39-51.   
Lisa Martin, "Heterogeneity, Linkage, and Commons Problems," Journal of Theoretical Politics 6, no. 4 (October 1994), 475-95.   
Lisa Martin, "Contracting and the Possibility of Multilateral Enforcement," with James E. Alt, comments on Beth V. Yarbrough and Robert M. Yarbrough, "The Theory of International Organization and the Economic Analysis of Contract," Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 150, no. 1 (March 1994), 265-71.   
Lisa Martin, "International and Domestic Institutions in the EMU Process," Economics and Politics 5, no. 2 (July 1993), 125-44.    
Lisa Martin, "Credibility, Costs, and Institutions: Cooperation on Economic Sanctions," World Politics 45, no. 3 (April 1993), 406-32.   
Lisa Martin, "Interests, Power, and Multilateralism," International Organization 46, no. 4 (Autumn 1992), pp. 765-92.    
Lisa Martin, "Institutions and Cooperation: Sanctions during the Falkland Islands Conflict," International Security 16, no. 4 (Spring 1992), 143-78.   
Lisa Martin, Coercive Cooperation: Explaining Multilateral Economic Sanctions (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1992).   
Michael Schatzberg The Dialectics of Oppression in Zaire (Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1988; paperback edition, 1991).
http://www.iupress.indiana.edu/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=20285  
Michael Schatzberg Politics and Class in Zaire: Bureaucracy, Business, and Beer in Lisala (New York and London: Africana Publishing Company, 1980).