Politics & Politics Strategy
Dionne, E.J. (2022). "Code Red: How Progressives and Moderates Can Unite to Save Our Country." St. Martin's Press.
Headley, Andrea M. (2021). "Bureaucracy, Democracy, and Race: The Limits of Symbolic Representation." Public Administration Review, Volume81, Issue6, November/December 2021, pp. 1033-1043.
Glassman, Matthew. (2019). "How Republicans Erased Trump." The New York Times, Op-ed.
Carnevale, Anthony., Smith, Nicole. & Campbell, Kathryn P. (2019). "May the Best Woman Win? Education and Bias Against Women in American Politics." Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.
Rom, Mark C. (2019). "Does Political Science Lack Diversity? Ideologically, That Is." American Political Science Association. Cambridge University Press.
Bergquist, Parrish. (2018). Journal of Public Policy, Volume 40, Issue 1, March 2020, pp. 51 - 71.
Weaver, R.K. (2018). "The Nays Have It: How Rampant Blame Generating Distorts American Policy and Politics." Political Science Quarterly, 133: 259-289.
Glassman, Matthew. (2018). "Why Congress Doesn’t Always Do the Right Thing." The New York Times, Op-ed.
Gillion, Daniel Q., Ladd, Jonathan M. & Meredith, Marc. (2018). "Party Polarization, Ideological Sorting and the Emergence of the US Partisan Gender Gap." British Journal of Political Science, pp. 1-27.
Weber, Josh., Umpierre, Michael. & Bilchik, Shay. (2018). "Transforming Juvenile Justice Systems to Improve Public Safety and Youth Outcomes." Georgetown University Center for Juvenile Justice Reform.
Nicholson, Kristin. (2018). "Better late than never: Congress reforms process for handling sexual harassment complaints." LegBranch.org.
Glassman, Matthew. (2018). "Republicans in Wisconsin and Michigan want to weaken incoming Democratic governors. Here’s what’s the usual partisan politics — and what isn’t." The Washington Post.
Glassman, Matthew. (2017). "Donald Trump is a dangerously weak president." Vox.
Nicholson, Kristin. (2017). "Capitol Hill has a sexual harassment problem." The Washington Post, Op Ed.
Bilchik, Shay., Umpierre, Michael. & Lenhoff, Carly. (2017). "A Roadmap for Change: How Juvenile Justice Facilities Can Better Serve Youth with Mental Health Issues." Focal Point, Vol. 31, pp. 13 - 16.
Jilke, Sebastian. (2017). "Citizen satisfaction under changing political leadership: The role of partisan motivated reasoning." Governance, Vol. 31, Issue 3, pp. 515-533.
Dionne, E.J. (2016). "Why the Right Went Wrong: Conservatism–From Goldwater to Trump and Beyond." Simon & Schuster.
Hopkins, Daniel J. & Ladd, Jonathan M. (2014). "The Consequences of Broader Media Choice: Evidence from the Expansion of Fox News." Quarterly Journal of Political Science, Vol. 9, pp. 115-135.
Rom, Mark Carl & Musgrave, Paul. (2014). "Political Outcome Bias in Grading: Identifying Problems and Suggesting Solutions." Journal of Political Science Education, Volume 10 (2), pp. 136-154.
Bailey, Michael A. & Maltzman, Forrest. (2012). "The Constrained Court: Law, Politics, and the Decisions Justices Make." Princeton University Press.
Thomas, Adam. (2012). "Three Strategies to Prevent Unintended Pregnancy." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Volume 31 (2), pp. 280-311.
Hall, H. Keith., Kao, Chihwa., Nelson, Douglas. (2007). "Women and Tariffs: Testing the Gender Gap hypothesis in a Downs-Mayer Political-Economy Model.' Economic Inquiry, Vol. 36, Issue 2, pp. 320-332.
Dionne, E.J. (1997). "They Only Look Dead: Why Progressives Will Dominate the Next Political Era." Simon & Schuster.