2011 Faculty Publications

  • Balla, Steve, Forrest Maltzman (and Jen Deets). 2011. "Outside Communications and OIRA Review of Agency Regulations." Administrative Law Review 63: 149-177.
  • Balla, Steve. 2011. "Institutional Design and the Management of Regulatory Governance." in David Levi-Faur, ed., Handbook on the Politics of Regulation. Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Barnett, Michael. 2011. Empire of Humanity: A History of Humanitarianism. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
  • Bartels, Brandon (and Benjamin J. Newman). 2011. "Politics at the Checkout Line: Explaining Political Consumerism in the U.S." Political Research Quarterly 64 No. 4: 803-817.
  • Bartels, Brandon. 2011. "Choices in Context: How Case-Level Factors Influence the Magnitude of Ideological Voting on the U.S. Supreme Court." American Politics Research 39 (January): 142-175.
  • Bartels, Brandon L., Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, Corwin D. Smidt, and Renee M. Smith. 2011. "The Dynamic Properties of Individual-Level Party Identification in the United States." Electoral Studies 30 (1): 210-22.
  • Binder, Sarah A.  2011.  “Through the Looking Glass, Darkly: What has Become of the Senate?” The Forum: A Journal of Applied Research in Contemporary Politics, Vol. 9, Issue 4 (December).
  • Binder, Sarah A.  2011.  “The Senate and the Executive: Nomination Politics,” in Burdett A. Loomis, Ed., The U.S. Senate: From Deliberation to Dysfunction (Washington, D.C.: CQ Press) (Published July 2011)
  • Creppell, Ingrid. 2011. "The Concept of Normative Threat." International Theory 3 (September): 450-487.
  • Deering, Chris and Lee Sigelman. 2011. "Who Makes the News? Cabinet Visibility from 1897 to 2006." Issues in Governance Studies 42 (November): 1-14.
  • Dickson, Bruce. 2011. “Sustaining Party Rule in China: Coercion, Co-optation and their Consequences,” in Nathan J. Brown, ed., The Dynamics of Democratization: Dictatorship, Development, and Diffusion (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University).
  • Dickson, Bruce. 2011. "Updating the China Model." Washington Quarterly 34 (Autumn): 39-58.
  • Downes, Alexander B. 2011. “The Myth of Choosy Democracies: Examining the Selection Effects Theory of Democratic Victory in War,” H-Diplo | ISSF Roundtable 2, no. 12 (July): 64-102
  • Feigenbaum, Harvey. 2011. "America's Cultural Challenge Abroad." Political Science Quarterly 126 (Spring): 107-129.
  • Finnemore, Martha.  2011. “Cultivating International Cyber Norms” in Kristin Lord and Travis Sharp, eds. America's Cyber Future: Security and Prosperity in the Information Age, Center for a New American Security, May 2011.
  • Glaser, Charles. 2011. “Defending RTIP Without Offending Unnecessarily,” Security Studies, Vol. 20, No. 3 (July-September), pp.  469-489.
  • Glaser, Charles. 2011. “Why Unipolarity Doesn’t Matter (Much),” Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Vol. 24, No. 2.
  • Hale, Henry and Ivan Kurilla (eds.). 2011. Rossiia “dvukhtysiachnykh”: stereoskopicheskii vzgliad (Russia in the 2000s: A Stereoscopic View). Moscow: Planeta.
  • Hale, Henry E. 2011. "Can the Machine Come to Life? Prospects for Russia’s Party System in 2020." in Maria Lipman and Nikolai Petrov, eds., Russia in 2020: Scenarios for the Future (Washington, DC: Carnegie Endowment, 2011): 255-76.
  • Hale, Henry E. 2011. “The Myth of Mass Russian Support for Autocracy: Public Opinion Foundations of a Hybrid Regime.” Europe-Asia Studies 63 (October): 1357-1375.
  • Hale, Henry E. 2011. “Ethnicity in Politics: Relational Theory and Its Critics.” Nations and Nationalism 17 (October).
  • Hale, Henry E. 2011. "Formal Constitutions in Informal Politics: Institutions and Democratization in Eurasia." World Politics 63 (October): 581-617.
  • Lawrence, Eric, Sarah Binder and Forrest Maltzman. 2011. "The Impact of Party Cues on Citizen Evaluations of Senators." Congress & the Presidency 38 (1, January): 1-15.
  • Lebovic, James. 2011. Cooperation in International Security: A Review Essay. International Studies Review (13,3): 1-7.
  • Lynch, Marc. 2011. "Explaining the Awakening: Engagement, Publicity, and the Transformation of Iraqi Sunni Political Attitudes." Security Studies 20 (1): 36-72.
  • Lynch, Marc. 2011. "America and Egypt After the Uprisings." Survival 53 (April-May): 31-42.
  • Maltzman, Forrest. 2011. The Constrained Court: Law, Politics, and the Decisions Justices Make (with Michael Bailey). Princeton: Princeton University Press.
  • Morgan, Kimberly. 2011. The Delegated Welfare State: Medicare, Markets, and the Governance of Social Policy (with Andrea Louise Campbell). New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Morgan, Kimberly. 2011. “Delegated Governance in the Affordable Care Act,” with Andrea Louise Campbell, Journal of Health Politics, Policy & Law 36, 3 (June 2011): 387-91.
  • Mylonas, Harris (and George Th. Mavrogordatos). 2011. "Greece." European Journal of Political Research 50 No. 7-8: 985-990.
  • Nau, Henry. 2011. “Ideas have consequences: The Cold War and today,” International Politics, 48 (July/September), pp. 460-481.
  • Nau, Henry. 2011. “No Alternative to ‘Isms’,” International Studies Quarterly, 55, 2 (June), pp. 487-491.
  • Reich, Bernard. 2011. "The United States and Israel: The Nature of a Special Relationship." In David W. Lesch and Mark L. Haas (Eds.) The Middle East and the United States: History, Politics, and Ideologies, 5th edition (Westview Press).
  • Saunders, Elizabeth. 2011. Leaders at War: How Presidents Shape Military Interventions. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
  • Sell, Susan. 2011. “Everything old is new again: The Development Agenda then and now”, The WIPO Journal, 3(1): 17-23.
  • Sell, Susan. 2011. “TRIPs was never enough: Vertical Forum Shifting, FTAs, ACTA, and TPP” Journal of Intellectual Property Law 18(2) 2011: 447-478.
  • Sides, John, (Daron Shaw, Matt Grossmann, and Keena Lipsitz). 2011. Campaigns and Elections: Rules, Reality, Strategy, Choice. New York: W.W. Norton.
  • Sides, John, (Eric Schickler, and Jack Citrin.) 2011. “Who Governs if Everyone Votes?” In Paul M. Sniderman and Benjamin Highton (eds.), Facing the Challenge of Democracy: Explorations in the Analysis of Public Opinion and Political Participation. Princeton: Princeton University Press. pp. 292-311.
  • Sides, John and Jake Haselswerdt. 2011. “Campaigns and Elections.” In Adam Berinsky (ed.), New Directions in Public Opinion. New York: Routledge. pp. 241-57.
  • Teitelbaum, Emmanuel. 2011. "Foreign Direct Investment, Regime Type and Labor Protest in Developing Countries" (with Graeme Robertson) American Journal of Political Science. Forthcoming.
  • Teitelbaum, Emmanuel. 2011. "Foreign Direct Investment, Regime Type, and Labor Protest in Developing Countries" (with Graeme B. Robertson). American Journal of Political Science 55 (July): 665-677.
  • Wolchik, Sharon. 2011. Defeating Authoritarian Leaders in Postcommunist Countries, with Valerie J. Bunce (New York and London: Cambridge University Press).
  • Wolchik, Sharon. 2011. “Concepts of Democracy Among Donors and Recipients of Democracy Promotion: An Empirical Pilot Study,” with Valerie J. Bunce in Christopher Hobson and Milja Kurki, eds., The Conceptual Politics of Democracy Promotion (Abingdon: Routledge), pp. 151-70. 
  • Wolchik, Sharon. 2011. “International Diffusion and Democratic Change,” with Valerie J. Bunce in Nathan Brown, ed., the Dynamics of Democratization (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press).