2009 Faculty Publications

  • Adcock, Robert. 2009. "Making Making Social Science Matter Matter to Us." Journal of Theoretical Politics 21 (January): 97-112.
  • Balla, Steven. 2009. "Municipal Environments, Nonprofit Entrepreneurs, and the Development of Neighborhood Information Systems." I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society 5 (1): 111-134.
  • Bartels, Brandon. 2009. "Explaining Processes of Institutional Opinion Leadership" (with Diana C. Mutz). Journal of Politics 71 (January): 249-61.
  • Bartels, Brandon. 2009. "The Constraining Capacity of Legal Doctrine on the U.S. Supreme Court." American Political Science Review 103 (August): 474-495.
  • Binder, Sarah A., and Forrest Maltzman. 2009. Advice and Dissent: The Struggle to Shape the Federal Judiciary. Washington: Brookings Institution Press.
  • Brown, Nathan, ed. 2009. The Struggle over Democracy in the Middle East: Regional Politics and External Policies (edited with Emad Shahin). New York: Routledge.
  • Deering, Christopher. 2009. "State Opposition to REAL ID" (with Priscilla M. Regan). Publius: The Journal of Federalism 39 (Summer): 476-505.
  • Farrell, Henry. 2009. The Political Economy of Trust: Institutions, Interests and Inter-Firm Cooperation in Italy and Germany. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Farrell, Henry, and Martha Finnemore. 2009. "Ontology and Methodology in the American School of IPE." Review of International Political Economy 61 (February): 58-71.
  • Feigenbaum, Harvey. 2009. "The Paradox of Television Privatization: When More is Less." Policy and Society 27 (February): 229-237.
  • Finnemore, Martha. 2009. "Legitimacy, Hypocrisy, and the Social Structure of Unipolarity." World Politics 61 (January): 58-85.
  • Fujii, Lee Ann. 2009. Killing neighbors: Webs of violence in Rwanda. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
  • Fujii, Lee Ann. 2009. "Interpreting truth and lies in stories of conflict and violence." In Surviving field research: Working in violent and difficult situations, eds. Chandra Lekha Sriram, John C. King, Julie A. Mertus, Olga Martin-Ortega, and Johanna Herman. New York: Routledge.
  • Hale, Henry. 2009. "The Putin Vote: Presidential Electorates in a Hybrid Regime" (with Timothy Colton). Slavic Review 68 (Fall): 473-503.
  • Hale, Henry. 2009. "Cause Without a Rebel: Kazakhstan's Unionist Nationalism in the USSR and CIS." Nationalities Papers 37 (January): 1-32.
  • Lawrence, Eric D. 2009. "Adopting Direct Democracy: Tests of Competing Explanations of Institutional Change" (with Todd Donovan and Shaun Bowler). American Politics Research 37 (November): 1024-1047.
  • Lebovic, James. 2009. "Perception and Politics in Intelligence Assessment: U.S. Estimates of the Soviet and 'Rogue-State' Nuclear Threats." International Studies Perspectives 10 (November): 394-412.
  • Lebovic, James. 2009. "The Cost of Shame: International Organizations and Foreign Aid in the Punishing of Human Rights Violators" (with Erik Voeten). Journal of Peace Research 46 (January): 79-97.
  • Maltzman, Forrest, and Sarah A. Binder. 2009. "The Politics of Advice and Consent: Putting Judges on the Bench." In Congress Reconsidered 9th ed., ed. Lawrence Dodd and Bruce Oppenheimer. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly Press.
  • Mochizuki, Mike. 2009. "Political-Security Competition and the FTA Movement: Motivations and Consequences." In Competitive Regionalism: Explaining the Diffusion and Implications of FTAs in the Pacific Rim, eds. Mireya Solis, Barbara Stallings & Saori Katada. New York: Palgrave.
  • Mochizuki, Mike. 2009. "Japan's Shifting Strategy toward the Rise of China." In Managing the China Challenge: Global Perspectives, eds. Quansheng Zhao and Guoli Liu. London: Routledge.
  • Morgan, Kimberly. 2009. "The Origins of Tax Systems: A French-American Comparison" (with Monica Prasad). American Journal of Sociology 114 (March): 1350-1394.
  • Morgan, Kimberly. 2009. "Caring Time Policies: Trends and Implications." Comparative European Politics 7 (April): 37-55.
  • Morgan, Kimberly. 2009. "The Religious Origins of Work-Family Policies in Western Europe." In Religion, Class Coalitions, and Welfare State Regimes, eds. Kees van Kersbergen and Philip Manow. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Nau, Henry. 2009. Perspectives on International Relations: Power, Institutions, and Ideas. 2nd Edition. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press.
  • Park, David. 2009. "Splitting a Predictor at the Upper Quarter or Third and the Lower Quarter or Third" (with Andrew Gelman). The American Statistician 63 (February): 1-8.
  • Rector, Chad. 2009. Federations: Political Dynamics of Cooperation. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
  • Reich, Bernard. 2009. "Religion and State in the The State of Israel" (with David H. Goldberg). In Religion, State, and Society: Jefferson's Wall of Separation in Comparative Perspective, eds. Robert Fatton, Jr. and R. K. Ramazani. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 215-231.
  • Saunders, Elizabeth N. 2009. "Transformative Choices: Leaders and the Origins of Intervention Strategy." International Security 34 (Fall): 119-161.
  • Sigelman, Lee. 2009. "The Unmet Potential of Interdisciplinary Research: Political Psychology Approaches to Voting and Public Opinion" (with James Druckman and James Kuklinski). Political Behavior 31 (December): 485-510.
  • Sigelman, Lee. 2009. "Are Two (or Three or Four or Nine) Heads Better than One? Collaboration, Multidisciplinarity, and Publishability." PS: Political Science and Politics 42 (July): 507-512.
  • Wahlbeck, Paul. 2009. "Religion and Judicial Politics. In The Oxford Handbook of Religion and American Politics, eds. Corwin E. Smidt, Lyman A. Kellstedt, and James L. Guth. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Wolchik, Sharon. 2009. Women in Power in Post-Communist Parliaments (edited with Marilyn Rueschemeyer). Indiana University Press.
  • Wolchik, Sharon. 2009. "Getting Real About 'Real Causes'" (with Valerie Bunce). Journal of Democracy 20 (January): 69-73.
  • Wolman, Harold. 2009. "Understanding the Economic Performance of Metropolitan Areas in the United States" (with Pamela Blumenthal and Edward Hill). Urban Studies 46 (March): 605-627.