2012 Faculty Publications

  • Adcock, Robert and Mark Vail. 2012. "Beyond Pluralism? Corporatism, Globalization, and the Dilemmas of Democratic Governance." In Modern Pluralism: Anglo-American Debates since 1880, ed. Mark Bevir (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press), 214-246.
  • Allendoerfer, Michelle and Laura N. Schram. February 2012. "Graduate Student Involvement through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning." Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Volume 12, Issue 1.
  • Balla, Steve (and Bill Gormley). 2012. Bureaucracy and Democracy: Accountability and Performance. 3rd edition. Washington, DC: CQ Press.
  • Balla, Steve. 2012. "Information Technology, Political Participation, and the Evolution of Chinese Policymaking." Journal of Contemporary China 21 No. 76: 655-673.
  • Balla, Steve. January 2012. "Neighborhood Information Systems as Intermediaries in Democratic Communities." In Connecting Democracy: Online Consultation and the Flow of Political Communication. Stephen Coleman and Peter M. Shane, editors. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Pages 97-121. With Sungsoo Hwang.
  • Bartels, Brandon (with Christopher D. Johnston). 2012. “Political Justice? Perceptions of Politicization and Public Preferences Toward the Supreme Court Appointment Process.” Public Opinion Quarterly 76 No.1: 105-116.
  • Bowie, Alasdair. March 2012. “Governance: A Development Perspective.” In Joanna Spear and Paul D. Williams, eds., Security and Development in Global Politics: A Critical Comparison, Georgetown: Georgetown University Press.
  • Brown, Nathan. January 2012. When Victory is Not an Option: Islamist Movements in Arab Politics, Cornell University Press.
  • Deering, Chris and Jake Haselswerdt. 2012. "More Bang for the Buck? Defense Industry Contributions and the 2010 Elections." In Paul S. Herrnson, Christopher J. Deering, and Clyde Wilcox, eds., Interest Groups Unleashed, CQ Press.
  • Downes, Alexander. 2012. "The Illusion of Democratic Credibility." International Organization, 66, pp. 457-489.
  • Downes, Alexander B. 2012. “Military Culture and Civilian Victimization: The Allied Strategic Bombing of Germany in World War II,” in Civilians and Modern War: Armed Conflict and the Ideology of Violence, ed. Daniel Rothbart, Karina V. Korostelina and Mohammed Cherkaoui (New York: Routledge), 72-95.
  • Farrell, Henry. 2012. "The Consequences of the Internet for Politics," Annual Review of Political Science (15):35-52.
  • Farrell, Henry. 2012. “Social Institutions among Economists in the Wake of the Financial Crisis,” Burroni, Keune and Meardi eds., Society and Economy in Europe: A Relationship in Crisis (Edward Elgar). Symposium organized for Perspectives on Politics on political bias and the media, forthcoming October 2012.
  • Finkel, Evgeny (and Yitzhak M. Brudny). 2012. "Russia and the Colour Revolutions." Democratization 19 No. 1: 15-36.
  • Finkel, Evgeny (and Yitzhak M. Brudny). 2012. "No More Colour! Authoritarian Regimes and Colour Revolutions in Eurasia." Democratization 19 No. 1: 1-14.
  • Finkel, Evgeny (and Scott Straus). 2012. "Macro, Meso, and Micro Research on Genocide: Gains, Shortcomings, and Future Areas of Inquiry." Genocide Studies and Prevention 7 No. 1: 56-67.
  • Finkel, Evgeny. 2012. "The Authoritarian Advantage of Horizontal Accountability: Ombudsmen in Poland and Russia." Comparative Politics 44 No. 3: 291-310.
  • Finkel, Evgeny. 2012. "Mass Killing and Local Context," Comparative Politics, 45 No. 1, pp. 107-124.
  • Hale, Henry E. 2012. “Dinamika praviashchego rezhima v Rossii” [“Regime Dynamics in Russia”], Pro et Contra, 16 (4-5): 33-53.
  • Hale, Henry E. 2012. “Two Decades of Post-Soviet Regime Dynamics.” Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization 20 No.2 (Spring): 71-77.
  • Hale, Henry E. and Timothy J. Colton. 2013. “Why Do Political Systems Become Party Systems? Addressing a Cross-National Puzzle through Subnational Survey Data,” in William Reisinger, ed., Russia’s Regions and Comparative Subnational Politics (New York: Routledge): 63-81.
  • Hughes, Llewelyn. 2012. "Climate Converts: Institutional Redeployment and Public Investment in Energy in Japan." Journal of East Asian Studies 12 No. 1: 89-118.
  • Lupu, Yon. 2012. "Still Looking for Audience Costs." Security Studies, 21, no. 3, pp. 391-397.
  • Maltzman, Forrest, James Lebovic, Elizabeth Saunders (and Emma Furth). 2012. "Unleashing Presidential Power: The Politics of Pets in the White House." PS: Political Science and Politics 45 No. 3: 395-400.
  • Morgan, Kimberly. 2012. Promoting Social Investment through Work-Family Policies: Which Nations Do It and Why,” in Nathalie Morel, Bruno Palier, and Joakim Palme, eds., Towards a Social Investment Welfare State? Ideas, Policies and Challenges (Bristol: Policy Press), pp. 153-79.
  • Mylonas, Harris. 2012. "The Future of Euro-Atlantic Integration in the Western Balkans", in Alexander Schmemann and Cory Welt (eds.). Bridging Divides in Eastern Europe. Washington, DC: PONARS Eurasia.
  • Mylonas, Harris. 2012. "Review of Carole McGranahan. 2010. Arrested Histories: Tibet, the CIA, and Memories of a Forgotten War. Durham, NC: Duke University Press." Journal of Cold War Studies 14 No. 2: 154-156.
  • Mylonas, Harris (and Keith Darden). 2012. "The Promethean Dilemma: Third-Party State-building in Occupied Territories" Ethnopolitics 1 (March): 85-93.
  • Mylonas, Harris (and Keith Darden). 2012. "The Promethean Dilemma Revisited: A Response to Bardos, Christia, Gortzak &Siroky and Jenne." Ethnopolitics 1 (March): 109-112.
  • Mylonas, Harris (and George Th. Mavrogordatos). 2012. “Greece.” European Journal of Political Research, 51 (1): 122-128
  • Nau, Henry. 2012. “The Jigsaw Puzzle and the Chess Board: The Making and Unmaking of Foreign Policy in the Age of Obama.” Commentary, 133, 5 (May): 13-21.
  • Nau, Henry. 2012. “Realism: Its Types and Limits,” in Steven W. Hook and Christopher M. Jones, eds., Routledge Handbook of American Foreign Policy  (New York: Routledge), Chapter 5, pp. 61-75.
  • Wahlbeck, Paul (with Timothy R. Johnson and James F. Spriggs, II). 2012. "The Origin and Development of Stare Decisis at the U.S. Supreme Court," in Kevin T. McGuire, ed., New Directions in Judicial Politics (New York: Routledge): 167-185.