2007 Faculty Publications

  • Adcock, Robert, ed. 2007. Modern Political Science: Anglo-American Exchanges since 1870 (with Mark Bevir and Shannon Stimson). Princeton University Press.
  • Adcock, Robert. 2007. "Whos Afraid of Determinism? The Ambivalence of Macro-Historical Inquiry." Journal of the Philosophy of History 1: 346-64.
  • Balla, Steven. 2007. Bureaucracy and Democracy: Accountability and Performance 2nd Edition (with William T. Gormley). Washington, DC: CQ Press.
  • Balla, Steven. 2007. "Information Technology and Public Commenting on Agency Regulations" (with Benjamin Daniels). Regulation & Governance 1: 46-67.
  • Binder, Sarah A. 2007. "Going Nuclear, Senate Style" (with Anthony J. Madonna and Steven S. Smith). Perspectives on Politics 5: 729-40.
  • Binder, Sarah A. 2007. "Where do Institutions Come From? Exploring the Origins of the Senate Blue Slip." Studies in American Political Development, 21 (Spring) 1-15.
  • Dickson, Bruce. 2007. "Integrating Wealth and Power in China: The Communist Partys Embrace of the Private Sector." China Quarterly 192: 827-854.
  • Dickson, Bruce. 2007. "The Future of Chinas Party-State: The Party Is Far from Over." Current History 107: 243-245.
  • Finnemore, Martha. 2007. "Political Approaches [to the United Nations]" (with Michael Barnett). In The Oxford Handbook of the United Nations, eds. Thomas Weiss and Sam Daws. New York: Oxford University Press, 41-57.
  • Finnemore, Martha. 2007. "The Politics of Global Partnership." In NGOs and the Millennium Development Goals: Citizen Action to Reduce Poverty, eds. Jennifer M. Brinkerhoff, Stephen C. Smith, and Hildy Teegen. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 103-112.
  • Hale, Henry. 2007. "Correlates of Clientelism: Political Economy, Politicized Ethnicity, and Postcommunist Transition." In Patrons, Clients, and Policies: Patterns of Democratic Accountability and Political Competition, eds. Herbert Kitschelt and Steven Wilkinson. New York: Cambridge University Press, 227-50.
  • Lambright, Gina. 2007. "Voter Turnout in Africas Multiparty Regimes" (with M. Kuenzi). Comparative Political Studies 40: 665-690.
  • Lawrence, Eric D. 2007. "Reexamining the Direct and Indirect Influence of Party in the House and Senate" (with Steven S. Smith and Forrest Maltzman). In Parties in Congress, ed. Steven S. Smith. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Lebovic, James. 2007. Deterring International Terrorism and Rogue States: US National Security Policy after 9/11. New York: Routledge Press.
  • Maltzman, Forrest. 2007. "Agenda Control, the Median Justice, and the Majority Opinion on the U.S. Supreme Court" (with Chris Bonneau, Thomas Hammond, and Paul Wahlbeck). American Journal of Political Science 51: 890-905.
  • Maltzman, Forrest. 2007. "The Politicized Judiciary: A Threat to Executive Power." In Presidential Leadership: The Vortex of Power, eds. Richard W. Waterman and Bert Rockman. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Maltzman, Forrest. 2007. "Reexamining the Direct and Indirect Influence of Party in the House and Senate" (with Steven S. Smith and Eric D. Lawrence). In Party Influence in Congress, ed. Steven S. Smith. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Mochizuki, Mike. 2007. "Japans Shifting Strategy towards the Rise of China," Journal of Strategic Studies 30 (August-October).
  • Mochizuki, Mike. 2007. "Japan Tests the Nuclear Taboo." Non-Proliferation Review 14 (July).
  • Mochizuki, Mike. 2007. "Japans Long Transition: The Politics of Recalibrating Grand Strategy." In Strategic Asia 2007-08: Domestic Politics, Internal Change, and Grand Strategy, eds. Ashley Tellis and Michael Wills. Seattle: National Bureau of Asian Research.
  • Mochizuki, Mike. 2007. "Change in Japans Grand Strategy: Why and How Much?" Asia Policy 4 (July).
  • Mochizuki, Mike. 2007. Japan in International Politics: The Foreign Policies of an Adaptive State (with Thomas Berger and Jitsuo Tsuchiyama). Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
  • Morgan, Kimberly. 2007. "Constricting the Welfare State: Tax Policy and the Political Movement against Government." In Remaking America: Democracy and Public Policy in an Age of Inequality, eds. Joe Soss, Suzanne Mettler, and Jacob Hacker. New York: Russell Sage, 27-50.
  • Nau, Henry. 2007. "Why We Fight Over Foreign Policy." Policy Review (April/May): 25-42.
  • Park, David. 2007. "Estimating the Impact of Redistricting on Minorities' Policy Influences" (with David Epstein, Sharyn OHalloran, Michael C. Herron). Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 23: 499-518.
  • Park, David. 2007. "A Bayesian Multilevel Modeling Approach to Time-Series Cross-Sectional Data" (with Boris Shor, Joseph Bafumi, and Luke Keele). Political Analysis 15: 165-181.
  • Park, David. 2007. "Rich State, Poor State, Red State, Blue State: Whats the Matter with Connecticut?" (with Andrew Gelman, Boris Shor, and Joseph Bafumi). Quarterly Journal of Political Science 2: 345-367.
  • Reich, Bernard, ed. 2007. The Government and Politics of the Middle East and North Africa, Fifth Edition (with David E. Long and Mark Gasiorowski). Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
  • Reich, Bernard. 2007. "The United States and Israel: The Nature of a Special Relationship." In The Middle East and the United States: A Historical and Political Reassessment, Fourth Edition, ed. David W. Lesch. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 205-225.
  • Shambaugh, David, ed. 2007. China-Europe Relations: Perceptions, Policies & Prospects (with Eberhard Sandschneider and Zhou Hong). Routledge Press.
  • Shambaugh, David, ed. 2007. China Watching: Perspectives from Europe, Japan & the United States (with Robert F. Ash and Seiichiro Takagi) Routledge Press.
  • Sides, John. 2007. "Can Institutions Create Unity in Multiethnic Societies?" (with Zachary Elkins). American Political Science Review 101: 693-708.
  • Sides, John. 2007. "The Consequences of Campaign Agendas." American Politics Research 35: 465-488.
  • Sides, John. 2007. "European Opinion about Immigration: The Role of Identities, Interests, and Information" (with Jack Citrin). British Journal of Political Science 37: 477-504.
  • Sigelman, Lee. 2007. "The Effects of Negative Political Campaigns: A Meta-Analytic Reassessment" (with Richard R. Lau and Ivy Brown Rovner). Journal of Politics 69: 1176-1209.
  • Teitelbaum, Emmanuel. 2007. "In the Grip of a Green Giant: How the Rural Sector Tamed Organized Labor in India." Comparative Political Studies 40: 638-664.
  • Teitelbaum, Emmanuel. 2007. "Does a Developing Democracy Benefit from Labor Repression? Evidence from Sri Lanka." Journal of Development Studies 43: 830-855.
  • Wahlbeck, Paul. 2007. "Oral Advocacy before the United States Supreme Court: Does It Affect the Justices Decisions?" With Timothy R. Johnson and James F. Spriggs, II. Washington University Law Review 85: 457-527.
  • Wahlbeck, Paul. 2007. "Who Controls the Law? The Majority Opinion Author, the Median Justice, and the Status Quo on the United States Supreme Court." (with Chris W. Bonneau, Thomas H. Hammond, and Forrest Maltzman). American Journal of Political Science 51: 890-905.
  • Wahlbeck, Paul. 2007. "Network Analysis and the Law: Measuring the Legal Importance of Supreme Court Precedents" (with James H. Fowler, Timothy R. Johnson, James F. Spriggs, II, and Sangick Jeon). Political Analysis 15: 324-346.