2005 -2006 Faculty Publications

2005 Faculty Publications:

  • Adcock, Robert. 2005. "The History of Political Science" (with M. Bevir). Political Studies Review 3: 1-16.
  • Balla, Steven. 2005. "Between Commenting and Negotiation: The Contours of Public Participation in Agency Rulemaking." I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society 1: 59-94.
  • Balla, Steven. 2005. Unifying Rulemaking Information: Recommendations for the New Federal Docket Management System" (with Cary Coglianese and Stuart Shapiro). Administrative Law Review 57: 621-646.
  • Binder, Sarah A., eds. 2005. The Legislative Branch (with Paul J. Quirk). New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Binder, Sarah A. 2005. "Ten More Years of Republican Rule?" Perspectives on Politics 3: 541-543.
  • Brown, Nathan. 2005. "Constitutional Monarchies and Unconstitutional Republics: Legal Mechanisms for Succession in the Arab World." Egypte-Monde Arabe.
  • Brown, Nathan. 2005. "Constitutionalism, Authoritarianism, and Imperialism in Iraq." Drake Law Review.
  • Deering, Christopher. 2005. "Foreign Affairs and War." In The Legislative Branch and American Democracy: Institutions and Performance, eds. Paul Quirk and Sarah Binder. New York: Oxford University Press, 349-381.
  • Deering, Christopher. 2005. "Musical Chairs: Interest Groups, Campaign Fundraising, and Selection of House Committee Chairs" (with Paul R. Brewer). In The Interest Group Connection: Electioneering, Lobbying, and Policymaking in Washington, eds. Paul S. Herrnson, Ronald G. Shaiko, and Clyde Wilcox. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press, 141-164.
  • Finnemore, Martha. 2005. "Fights about Rules: the role of efficacy and power in changing multilateralism," Review of International Studies 31: 187-206. Reprinted in Force and Legitimacy in World Politicsed. David Armstrong, Theo Farrell, and Bice Maiguashca. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005.
  • Finnemore, Martha. 2005. "The Power of Liberal International Organizations" (with Michael Barnett). In Power and Global Governance, eds. Michael Barnett and Raymond Duvall. New York: Cambridge University Press, 161-184.
  • Hale, Henry. 2005. "Regime Cycles: Democracy, Autocracy, and Revolution in Post-Soviet Eurasia." World Politics 58: 133-165.
  • Hale, Henry. 2005. "The Makeup and Breakup of Ethnofederal States: Why Russia Survives Where the USSR Fell." Perspectives on Politics 3: 55-70.
  • Hale, Henry. 2005. "Why Not Parties? Supply and Demand on Russia's Electoral Market." Comparative Politics 37: 147-166.
  • Hale, Henry. 2005. "Party Development in a Federal System: The Impact of Putin's Reforms." In The Dynamics of Russian Politics: Putin's Reform of Federal-Regional Relations, v.2, eds. Peter Reddaway and Robert Orttung. Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield, 179-211.
  • Lambright, Gina. 2005. "Party Systems and the Consolidation of Democracy in Sub-Saharan Africa's Electoral Regimes" (with M. Kuenzi). Party Politics 11: 423-445.
  • Lebovic, James. 2005. "Donor Positioning: Development Assistance from the US, Japan, France, Germany, and Britain." Political Research Quarterly 58: 119-126.
  • Maltzman, Forrest. 2005. "Signals from the Tenth Justice: The Political Role of the Solicitor General in Supreme Court Decision-making" (with Michael A. Bailey and Brian Kamoie). American Journal of Political Science 49: 72-85.
  • Maltzman, Forrest. 2005. "Advice and Consent: Cooperation and Conflict in the Appointment of Federal Judges." In The Legislative Branch and American Democracy: Institutions and Performance, eds. Paul Quirk and Sarah A. Binder. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Maltzman, Forrest. 2005. "Congress and the Politics of Judicial Appointments" (with Sarah A. Binder). In Congress Reconsidered 8th ed., eds. Lawrence Dodd and Bruce Oppenheimer. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly Press. Reprinted in ed. Samuel Kernell and Steven S. Smith, Principles and Practice of American Politics (2006), Washington D.C.: Congressional Quarterly Press.
  • McClintock, Cynthia. 2005. La Democracia Negociada: Las Relaciones Per-Estados Unidos, 1980-2000 (With Fabin Vallas). Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
  • McClintock, Cynthia. 2005. "The Evolution of Internal War in Peru: The Conjunction of Need, Creed, and Organizational Finance." In Rethinking the Economics of War: The Intersection of Need, Creed, and Greed, eds. Cynthia J. Arnson and I. William Zartman. Johns Hopkins University Press and the Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 52-83.
  • McClintock, Cynthia. 2005. "Peru: Economic Vulnerability and Precarious Democracy," In Latin America: Its Problems and Its Promise, fourth edition, ed. Jan Black. Westview Press, 441-456.
  • Mochizuki, Mike. 2005. "China-Japan Relations: Downward Spiral or a New Equilibrium?" In Power Shift: China and Asia's New Dynamics, ed. David Shambaugh. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Mochizuki, Mike. 2005. The Okinawa Question and the U.S.-Japan Alliance (with Akikazu Hashimoto and Kurayoshi Takara). Washington, D.C.: Sigur Center for Asian Studies, George Washington University.
  • Morgan, Kimberly. 2005. "Financing the Welfare State: Elite Politics and the Decline of the Social Insurance Model in America" (with Andrea Louise Campbell). Studies in American Political Development 19: 173-95.
  • Morgan, Kimberly. 2005. "Federalism and the Politics of Old-Age Care in Germany and the United States" (with Andrea Louise Campbell). Comparative Political Studies 38: 887-914.
  • Morgan, Kimberly. 2005. "The Production of Child Care: How Labor Markets Shape Social Policy and Vice Versa." Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society 12: 243-63.
  • Park, David. 2005. "Practical Issues in Implementing and Understanding Ideal Points" (with Joseph Bafumi, Andrew Gelman, and Noah Kaplan). Political Analysis 13: 171-187.
  • Rector, Chad. 2005. "Partisanship and the Path to Financial Openness" (with Scott L. Kastner). Comparative Political Studies 38: 484-506.
  • Reich, Bernard. 2005. A Brief History of Israel. New York: Facts on File.
  • Shambaugh, David. 2005. The Odyssey of China's Imperial Art Treasures (co-author with Jeannette Shambaugh Elliott). University of Washington Press.
  • Shambaugh, David, ed. 2005. Power Shift: China & Asia's New Dynamics. University of California Press.
  • Sides, John. 2005. "What Voters Want from Political Campaign Communication" (with Christine Trost, Keena Lipsitz, and Matthew Grossmann). Political Communication 22: 337-354.
  • Sigelman, Lee. 2005. "What's in a Name? Preference for Black' versus African American' among Americans of African Descent" (with Steven A. Tuch and Jack K. Martin). Public Opinion Quarterly 69: 429-438.
  • Sigelman, Lee. 2005. "The APSR in the Perestroika Era." In Perestroika! The Raucous Rebellion in Political Science, ed. Kristen Monroe. New Haven: Yale University Press, 323-329.
  • Wahlbeck, Paul. 2005. "Opinion Assignment on the Rehnquist Court" (with Forrest Maltzman). Judicature 89: 121-126.
  • Wahlbeck, Paul. 2005. "Passing and Strategic Voting on the U.S. Supreme Court" (with Timothy R. Johnson and James F. Spriggs, II). Law & Society Review 39: 349-377.

2006 Faculty Publications

  • Adcock, Robert. 2006. "The Emigration of the Comparative Method: Transatlantic Exchange and the Birth of American Political Science." European Political Science 5: 124-36.
  • Adcock, Robert. 2006. "Generalization in Comparative and Historical Social Science: The Difference that Interpretivism Makes." In Interpretation and Method: Empirical Research Methods and the Interpretive Turn, eds. Dvora Yanow and Peregrine Schwartz-Shea (Armonk, NY: ME Sharpe).
  • Binder, Sarah A., ed. 2006. Handbook of Political Institutions (with R.W. Rhodes and Bert Rockman). Oxford University Press.
  • Binder, Sarah A. 2006. "Parties and Institutional Choice Revisited." Legislative Studies Quarterly 31: 513-532.
  • Brown, Nathan. 2006. "Do Constitutions Requiring Adherence to Shari`a Threaten Human Rights?: How Egypts Constitutional Court Reconciles Islamic Law with the Liberal Rule of Law" (with Clark Lombardi). American University International Law Review 21 (2).
  • Brown, Nathan. 2006. "The Veil Case: A Translation of Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt Case No. 8 of Judicial Year 9 (May 18, 1996) (Holding that a government rule banning schoolgirls from wearing the veil does not violate Islamic Shari`a)" (with Clark Lombardi). American University International Law Review 21 (2).
  • Deering, Christopher. 2006. "Determinants of House Committee Chair Selection: Republicans Play Musical Chairs in the 107th Congress" (with Paul J. Wahlbeck). American Politics Research 34: 1-20.
  • Dickson, Bruce. 2006. "The Future of the Chinese Communist Party." In Charting China's Future: Political, Social, and International Dimensions, ed. Jae Ho Chung. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
  • Dickson, Bruce. 2006. "Cooptation and Corporatism in China: The Logic of Party Adaptation." In China's Deep Reform: Domestic Politics in Transition, eds. Lowell Dittmer and Guoli Liu. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
  • Dickson, Bruce. 2006. "Who Does the Party Represent? From Three Revolutionary Classes to Three Represents." In China under Hu Jintao: Opportunities, Dangers, and Dilemmas, eds. Tun-jen Cheng, Jacques DeLisle, and Deborah Brown. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing.
  • Finnemore, Martha. 2006. "New Directions, New Collaborations for International Law and International Relations." In International Law and International Relations: Bridging Theory and Practice, eds. Thomas Biersteker, et al. New York: Routledge, 266-277.
  • Hale, Henry. 2006. Why Not Parties in Russia? Democracy, Federalism, and the State. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hale, Henry. 2006. "Democracy or Autocracy on the March? The Colored Revolutions as Normal Dynamics of Patronal Presidentialism," Communist and Post-Communist Studies 39: 305-29.
  • Hale, Henry. 2006. "Bashkortostans Democratic Moment? Patronal Presidentialism, Regional Regime Change, and Identity in Russia" (with Ildar Gabdrafikov). In Reconstruction and Interaction of Slavic Eurasia and Its Neighboring Worlds, eds. Osamu Ieda and Uyama Tomohiko. (Sapporo, Japan: Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University.
  • Lawrence, Eric D. 2006. "Who Wins? Party Effects in Legislative Voting" (with Forrest Maltzman and Steven S. Smith). Legislative Studies Quarterly XXXI: 33-70.
  • Lebovic, James. 2006. "The Politics of Shame: The Condemnation of Country Human Rights Practices in the UNCHR" (with Erik Voeten). International Studies Quarterly 50: 861-888.
  • Lebovic, James. 2006. "An Illusionary or Elusive Relationship? The Arab-Israel Conflict and Repression in the Middle East" (with William R. Thompson). Journal of Politics 68: 502-518.
  • Lebovic, James. 2006. "Democracies and Transparency: Patterns of Reporting to the UN Register of Conventional Arms, 1992-2001." Journal of Peace Research 43: 543-562.
  • Lebovic, James, 2006. "Correlates of Levels of Democracy in Latin America during the 1990s" (with Cynthia McClintock). Latin American Politics and Society 48: 29-59.
  • Lebovic, James. 2006. "The Academic Conference: An Irreverent Glossary of Terms." International Studies Perspectives 7(1): bmii-bmiii.
  • Maltzman, Forrest. 2006. "Who Wins? Party Effects in Legislative Voting" (with Eric D. Lawrence and Steven S. Smith). Legislative Studies Quarterly 31: 33-69.
  • McClintock, Cynthia. 2006. "A Left Turn in Latin America? An Unlikely Comeback in Peru" Journal of Democracy 17: 95-109.
  • McClintock, Cynthia. 2006. "Correlates of Levels of Democracy in Latin America in the 1990s" (with James H. Lebovic). Latin American Politics and Society 48: 29-59.
  • McClintock, Cynthia. 2006. "Electoral Authoritarian versus Partially Democratic Regimes: The Case of the Fujimori Government." In The Fujimori Legacy: The Rise of Electoral Authoritarianism in Peru, ed. Julio F. Carrin. The Pennsylvania State University Press, 242-267.
  • Mochizuki, Mike. 2006. "Paradigms Lost: Japans Nationalist Drift." The American Interest 2 (Autumn).
  • Morgan, Kimberly. 2006. "Les politiques du temps de lenfant en Europe occidentale: tendances et implications." Recherches et Prvisions 83: 29-43.
  • Nau, Henry. 2006. "The Political Reasons for Global Economic Imbalances: Why Europe Finances American Military Activities Abroad and Economic Consumption at Home." In Sharing the Growing Economic Burden of World Order, eds. Jens van Scherpenberg and Katharina Plueck. Berlin, Germany: Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, pp. 13-20.
  • Nau, Henry. 2006. "Will the United States Withdraw from Iraq and Leave Japan Out to Dry?" Japan Spotlight: Economy, Culture and History 25: 34-35.
  • Park, David. 2006. "R2WinBUGS'' (with Andrew Gelman and Noah Kaplan). The Political Methodologist 14: 5-10.
  • Park, David. 2006. "Dialogue in American Political Campaigns? An Examination of Issue Convergence in Candidate Television Advertising" (with Noah Kaplan and Travis R. Ridout). American Journal of Political Science 50: 724-736.
  • Reich, Bernard. 2006. "The Middle East" (with David E. Long) and "The United States and Israel." In The Contemporary Middle East, ed. Karl Yambert. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
  • Sides, John. 2006. "The Origins of Campaign Agendas." British Journal of Political Science 36: 407-436.
  • Sides, John. 2006. "Electoral Politics." In Developments in American Politics 5, eds. Gillian Peele, Christopher J. Bailey, Bruce E. Cain, and B. Guy Peters. Hampshire: Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Sides, John. 2006. "European Immigration in the Peoples Court" (With Jack Citrin). In Immigration and the Transformation of Europe, eds. Craig A. Parsons and Timothy M. Smeeding. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Sides, John. 2006. "The Study of Campaigns" (With Henry Brady and Richard Johnston). In Capturing Campaign Effects, eds. Henry Brady and Richard Johnston. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
  • Sigelman, Lee. 2006. "Vox Populi, Vox Dei, Vox Sagittae" (with Forrest Maltzman and Melissa Schwartzberg). PS: Political Science & Politics 39: 297-302.
  • Sigelman, Lee. 2006. "The Coevolution of American Political Science and the American Political Science Review" American Political Science Review 100: 1-16.
  • Wahlbeck, Paul. 2006. "Strategy and Constraints on Supreme Court Opinion Assignment." University of Pennsylvania Law Review 154: 1729-1755.
  • Wahlbeck, Paul. 2006. "U.S. House Committee Chair Selection: Republicans Play Musical Chairs in the 107th Congress" (with Christopher J. Deering). American Politics Research 34: 223-242.
  • Wahlbeck, Paul. 2006. "The Influence of Oral Arguments on the U.S. Supreme Court" (with Timothy R. Johnson and James F. Spriggs, II). American Political Science Review 100: 99-113.