Faculty Publications

Updated August 2019

 

Lisa Argyle


2018
  • "Exposure to opposing views on social media can increase political polarization" with Christopher Bail, Taylor Brown, et al. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (37): 9216-9221.
 

Michael Barber


2019
  • "Does Party Trump Ideology? Disentangling Party and Ideology in America", with Jeremy Pope. American Political Science Review 113 (1) 38-54.
  • "The Evolution of National Constitutions", with Scott Abramson. Quarterly Journal of Political Science, Vol 14, No. 1: 89-114.
2018
  • "Who is Ideological? Measuring Ideological Responses to Policy Questions in the American Public" with Jeremy Pope. The Forum: A Journal of Applied Research in Contemporary Politics 16 (1) 97-122.
 
 

Celeste Beesley


2016
  • "Euromaidan and the Role of Protest in Democracy." PS: Political Science and Politics. 49(2):244-249.
2015
  • "Globalization and Corruption in Post-Soviet Countries: Perverse Effects on Economic Openness" in Eurasian Geography and Economics. Oxford: Taylor and Francis.
 

Adam Brown


2018
  • Utah Politics and Government: American Democracy among a Unique Electorate. "Politics and Governments of the American States" series. University of Nebraska Press.
  • "The Role of Constitutional Features in Judicial Review." State Politics and Policy Quarterly 18 (4): 351-70.
2017
  • "Why do Legislators Skip Votes? Position Taking and Policy Influence" with Jay Goodliffe. Political Behavior 39 (2): 425-55.
 

Ray Christensen


2017
  • "Pork-Barrel Politics and Electoral Reform: Explaining the Curious Differences in the Experiences of Thailand and Japan," with Joel Sawat Selway The Journal of Asian Studies 76 no. 2:283-310.
2015
  • "Review of Japan under the DPJ: The Politics of Transition and Governance" in Journal of Japanese Studies.
  • "The Rules of the Election Game in Japan" in Party Politics in Japan, Political Chaos and Stalemate in the Twenty-First Century. New York: Routledge.
 

Scott Cooper


 2014
  • "Currency Unions in the Developing World" in Handbook of the International Political Economy of Monetary Relations. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
 

Richard Davis


2017

  • Supreme Democracy: The End of Elitism in Supreme Court Nominations. New York: Oxford University Press
  • Justices and Journalists: The Global Perspective with David Taras. New York: Cambridge University Press
  • "Symbiosis: The US Supreme Court and the Journalists Who Cover It" with David Taras, Justices and Journalists, New York: Cambridge University Press.
 

Ryan Davis


2019
  • “What Must Good Samaritans Do? Skepticism about the Political Enforceability of Duties to Aid." Public Affairs Quarterly 33 (1): 43-65.
2018
  • "Frontier Kantianism: Autonomy and Authority in Emerson and Joseph Smith." Journal of Religious Ethics 46 (2): 332-359.
  • "Divine Love as a Model for Human Relationships." International Journal for Philosophy of Religion. 83 (3): 271-290.

 

Adam Dynes


2017
  • “Ideology, Learning, and Policy Diffusion: Experimental Evidence” with Daniel M. Butler, Craig Volden, and Boris Shor. American Journal of Political Science 61 (1): 37–49.
2016
  • “How Politicians Discount the Opinions of Constituents with Whom They Disagree” with Daniel M. Butler. American Journal of Political Science 60 (4): 975–89.
 2015
  • "Partisanship and the Allocation of Federal Spending: Do Same-Party Legislators or Voters Benefit from Shared Party Affiliation with the President and House Majority" in American Political Science Review. Cambridge University.

 

Jay Goodliffe


2018
  • Who Donates in Campaigns? The Importance of Message, Messenger, Medium, and Structure with David B. Magleby and Joseph A. Olsen. Cambridge University Press.
2017
  • “Dependence Networks and the Diffusion of Domestic Political Institutions” with Darren Hawkins. Journal of Conflict Resolution 61(4): 903-929.
  • “Why do Legislators Skip Votes? Position Taking Versus Policy Influence” with Adam R. Brown. Political Behavior. 39(2): 425-455.

 

Joshua Gubler


2018
  • "Toward Conflict or Compromise? How Violent Metaphors Polarize Partisan Attitudes" with Nathan P. Kalmoe and David A. Wood. Political Communication 35(3): 333-352.
  • “Violence, Aggression, and Ethics: The link between exposure to human violence and unethical behavior” with Skye Herrick, Richard Price, David A. Wood. Journal of Business Ethics 147(1): 25-34.

2016

  • "Considering the Political Consequences of Comparative Politics Experiments" with Joel S. Selway in Ethics and Experiments: Problems and Solutions for Social Scientists and Policy Professionals. New York: Routledge, pp. 171-182.

  

Ralph Hancock


2018

  • "Leo Strauss's Profound and Fragile Critique of Christianity" in Daniel Mahoney and Geoffrey Vaughan, eds., Leo Strauss and His Catholic Readers, Catholic University Press.
  • "Stuck with Pride: Belated Reflections on Peter Lawler's Tocquevillean Greatness." Perspectives on Political Science.

2016

  • "Conservatism, Aesthetic and Active: Reflections on Roger Scruton and Pierre Manent," Perspectives on Political Science 45:4.
 

Darren Hawkins


2019

  • "Do Citizens See Through Transparency? Evidence from Survey Experiments in Peru" with Lucas Brook, Ian Hansen, Neal Hoopes, and Taylor Tidwell. British Journal of Political Science 49(1).

2017

  • "Down the Rathole? Public Support for Foreign Aid" with Reuben Hurst and Taylor Tidwell. International Studies Quarterly 61(2): 442-454.
  • Dependence Networks and the Diffusion of Domestic Political Institutions" with Jay Goodliffe. Journal of Conflict Resolution 61(4): 903-929.
 

Kirk Hawkins


2019

  • "Populism in Latin America" in Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • "The ideational appraoch" in Handbook on Global Populism. Abingdon: Routledge.

2018

  • "Measuring populist discourse in the 2016 US presidential election" with Cristobal Rovira Kaltwasser. Nature Human Behavior. 2(April): 241-42.
 

Eric Hyer


2017

  • "Lean, Special, or Consensual? Vulnerability and External Buffering in the Small States of East-Central Europe" (with Dorothee Bohle). Comparative Politics, 49(2): 191-212.
  • "Grand Coalitions and Democratic Dysfunction: Two Warnings From Central Europe. Government and Opposition, 52(2): 329-355.
  • "Ungleiche Zwillinge: Gewerkschafter in der SPD" (with Martin Behrens). WSI-Mitteilungen, August, 587-596.
 

Wade Jacoby


2018

  • "From Static to Dynamic Europeanization: The Case of Central and Eastern European Developmental Strategies" with Dorothee Bohle in Europeanization Revisited: Central and Eastern Europe in the European Union. Florence: European University Institute Press.

2017

  • "Lean, Special, or Consensual? Vulnerability and External Buffering in the Small States of East-Central Europe" with Dorothee Bohle. Comparative Politics, 49(2): 191-212.
  • "Grand Coalitions and Democratic Dysfunction: Two Warnings From Central Europe. Government and Opposition, 52(2): 329-355.
 

Chris Karpowitz


2018

  • "Do Enclaves Remediate Social Inequality?" with Tali Mendelberg. The Journal of Politics 80(4): 1134-1149.
  • "The Political Psychology of Deliberation" with Tali Mendelberg in The Oxford Handbook of Deliberative Democracy. New York: Oxford University Press, 535-555.
2017
  •  “How to Elect More Women: Gender and Candidate Success in a Field Experiment” with J. Quin Monson and Jessica R. Preece. 2017.The American Journal of Political Science. 61(4): 927-943.

Quinn Mecham


2018

  • "Islamist Parties and Foreign Policy in North Africa: Bridging Ideology and Pragmatism." Journal of North African Studies.
  • Institutional Origins of Islamist Political Mobilization. Cambridge University Press.

2017

  • "A Government of the Opposition: How Moroccan Islamists' Dual Role Contributes to their Electoral Success," in Adaptation Strategies of Islamist Movements, POMEPS Studies 26.

Quin Monson


2017
  • “How to Elect More Women: Gender and Candidate Success in a Field Experiment” with Christopher F. Karpowitz and Jessica R. Preece. The American Journal of Political Science. 61(4): 927-943.
2016
  • "Who's In and Who's Out: The Politics of Religious Norms" with Christopher Karpowitz and Kelly Patterson. Politics and Religion 9:508-536.
  • "Representational Inconsistency: Presentation of Self and Explanations of Washington Activity in Campaign Mail and Franked Mail" with Hans J.G. Hassell. Congress and the Presidency 43:206-226.


Chad Nelson


2018

  • "Revolution and War: Saddam's Decision to Invade Iran." The Middle East Journal 72(2): 246-276.
2017
  • “Why the Great Powers Permitted the Creation of an American Hegemon.” Political Science Quarterly 132(4): 685-718.
  • “The Evolution of Norms: American Policy toward Revolution in Iran and Egypt.” Journal of Human Rights 16(4): 494-515. 
 

Daniel Nielson


2019
  • "The Elusive Sources of Legitimacy Beliefs: Civil Society Views of International Election Observers" with Susan D. Hyde and Judith Kelley. Review of International Organizations 14.

2018

  • "SMS Texts Help Ugandan Voters Hold Elected Councillors Accountable at the Polls" with Mark T. Buntaine, Ryan Jablonski, and Paula Pickering. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115(26): 6668-6673.

2017

  • "International Organizations and Development Finance" with Bradley Parks and Michael J. Tierney. Review of International Organizations 12(2).

Kelly Patterson


2016
  • "Who's In and Who's Out: The Politics of Religious Norms" with Christopher Karpowitz and J. Quin Monson. Politics and Religion 9:508-536.
2014
  • "Online Polls and Registration Based Sampling: A New Method for Pre-election Polling" with Michael J. Barber, Christopher B. Mann, and J. Quin Monson. Political Analysis 22: 321-335.
  • "Financing the 2012 Congressional Elections" with P. Hernnson and S. Perry Curtis in Financing the 2012 Elections. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press.

Jeremy Pope


2019
  • "Does Party Trump Ideology? Disentangling Party and Ideology in America", with Jeremy Pope. American Political Science Review 113 (1) 38-54.
2018
  • "Who is Ideological? Measuring Ideological Responses to Policy Questions in the American Public" with Jeremy Pope. The Forum: A Journal of Applied Research in Contemporary Politics 16 (1) 97-122.

2017

  • “Who Gets the Credit? Legislative Responsiveness and Evaluations of Members, Parties, and the US Congress” with Daniel Butler and Christopher Karpowitz. Political Science Research Methods 5: 351-366.
 

Jessica Preece


2017

  • “How to Elect More Women: Gender and Candidate Success in a Field Experiment” with Christopher F. Karpowitz and J. Quin Monson. The American Journal of Political Science. 61(4): 927-943.

2016

  • "Recruitment and Perceptions of Gender Bias in Party Leader Support" with Daniel M. Butler. Political Research Quarterly 69(4): 842-851.
  • "Gender Inequalities in Campaign Finance" with Michael Barber and Daniel M. Butler. Quarterly Journal of Political Science 11(20: 219-248.

 

Joel Selway


2017
  • "Thaksin the Populist?" with Kirk Hawkins. Chinese Political Science Review 2, no. 3: 372–394.
  • “Explaining the Different Outcomes in Thailand and Japan’s Electoral Reform” with Raymond Christensen. Journal of Asian Studies 76, no. 2: 283-310.
2015
  • "Ethnic Accommodation and Electoral Rules in Ethno-geographically Segregated Societies: PR Outcomes under FPTP in Myanmar Elections."Journal of East Asian Studies 15(3): 321-360.
 

Kendall Stiles


2018
  • Trust and Hedging in International Relations. University of Michigan Press.
2015
  • International Organization: The Politics and Processes of Global Governance, 3rd edition, with Margaret Karns and Karen Mingst. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner.
2014
  • State Responses to International Law. London: Routledge


Lucy Williams


 TBA
 

Sven Wilson


2018

  • "Persistent social networks: Civil war veterans who fought together co-locate in later life" with Dora L. Costa, Matthew E. Kahn, and Christopher Roudiez. Regional Science and Urban Economics.
  • "Data set from the Union Army samples to study locational choice and social networks" with Dora L. Costa, Matthew E. Kahn, and Christopher Roudiez. Data in Brief 17:226-233.
2017
  • "Union Army Veterans, All Grown Up," with Dora L. Costa, Heather DeSomer, Eric Hanss, Christopher Roudiez, and Noelle Yetter. Historical Methods 50: 79-95.