Bibliography

Mathew D. McCubbins

Works in Progress

Books

  • Legislative Leviathan: Party Government in the House (Cambridge University Press, 2d ed. 2007)
  • Party, Process, and Political Change in Congress, Volume 2: Further New Perspectives on the History of Congress (Stanford University Press, 2007) (editor)
  • Setting the Agenda: Responsible Party Government in the US House of Representatives (Cambridge University Press, 2005) (with Gary W. Cox)
  • Party, Process and Political Change in Congress, Volume 1: New Perspectives on the History of Congress (Stanford University Press, 2002) (editor)
  • Stealing the Initiative: How State Government Responds to Direct Democracy (Prentice-Hall, 2001) (with others)
  • Elements of Reason: Cognition, Choice and the Bounds of Rationality (Cambridge University Press, 2000) (editor with Arthur Lupia)
  • Presidents, Parliaments, and Policy (Cambridge University Press, 2000) (editor with Stephen Haggard)
  • The Democratic Dilemma: Can Citizens Learn What They Need to Know? (Cambridge University Press, 1998) (with Arthur Lupia)
  • The Origins of Liberty: Political and Economic Liberalism in the Modern World (Princeton University Press, 1998) (editor)
  • Structure and Policy in Japan and the United States: An Institutional Approach (Cambridge University Press, 1995) (editor)
  • Legislative Leviathan: Party Government in the House (University of California Press, 1993) (with Gary W. Cox)
  • Under the Watchful Eye: Managing Presidential Campaigns in the Television Era (Congressional Quarterly Press, 1992) (editor)
  • The Logic of Delegation: Congressional Parties and the Appropriations Process (University of Chicago Press, 1991) (with D. Roderick Kiewiet)
  • Congress: Structure and Policy (Cambridge University Press, 1987) (editor)

Articles and Essays

  • Against Game Theory, in Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences: An Interdisciplinary, Searchable, and Linkable Resource 1-16 (Robert A. Scott & Stephen M. Kosslyn, eds. , 2015) (with others)
  • Cheating on Their Taxes: When are Tax Limitations Effective at Limiting State Taxes, Expenditures, and Budgets?, 67 Tax Law Review 507-542 (2014) (with Colin H. McCubbins)
  • Common Agency? Legislatures and Bureaucracies, in Oxford Handbook of Legislative Studies 567-587 (2014)
  • Knowledge and Networks: An Experimental Test of How Network Knowledge Affects Coordination, 36 Social Networks 122-133 (2014) (with others)
  • State and Local Government Finance: The New Fiscal Ice Age, 17 Annual Review of Political Science 105-122 (2014) (with D. Roderick Kiewiet)
  • Testing the Foundations of Quantal Response Equilibrium, in Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling and Prediction 144-153 (Ariel M. Greenberg et al. eds, 2013) (with others)
  • Cheap, Easy or Connected: The Conditions for Creating Group Coordination, 86 Southern California Law Review 495-516 (2013) (with others)
  • Concepts of Law, 86 Southern California Law Review 517-570 (2013) (with Mark Turner)
  • Gaming Direct Democracy: How Voters' Views of Job Performance Interact with Elite Endorsements on Ballet Measures, 5 California Journal of Politics Policy 627-643 (2013) (with Craig M. Burnett)
  • Sex and the Ballot Box: Perception of Ballot Measures Regarding Same-Sex Marriage and Abortion in California, 34 Journal of Public Policy 3-33 (2013) (with Craig M. Burnett)
  • When Common Wisdom Is Neither Common Nor Wisdom: Exploring Voters' Limited Use of Endorsements On Three Ballot Measures, 97 Minnesota Law Review 1557 (2013) (with Craig M. Burnett)
  • Human Matching Behavior in Social Networks: An Algorithmic Perspective, 7 PLOS One (2012) (doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0041900) (August 22, 2012) (with others)
  • Administrative Procedures as Instruments of Political Control, in Principles and Practice of American Politics: Classic and Contemporary Readings 369-383 (2012) (with others)
  • Effects of Network Structure on Costly Coordination, in Association for Advancement of Artificial Intelligence Fall Symposium on Social Networks and Social Contagion (2012) (with Nicholas Weller)
  • Going Cognitive: Tools for Rebuilding the Social Sciences, in Grounding Social Sciences in Cognitive Sciences (Ron Sun ed., 2012) (with Mark Turner)
  • The Challenge of Flexible Intelligence for Models of Human Behavior, 2012 3-12 (Marshall School of Business, Working Paper No. FBE 03-12, 2012) (with others)
  • The Mythology of Game Theory, in Proceedings of the International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling & Prediction. Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Shanchieh Jay Yang et.al. eds., 2012)
  • The Theory of Minds Within the Theory of Games, in Proceedings of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (2012) (with others)
  • Agenda Power in the U.S. Congress in a Comparative Perspective, in Oxford Handbook of the American Congress (Eric Schickler & Frances Lee eds., 2011) (with Gary W. Cox)
  • Does More Connectivity Help Groups to Solve Social Problems?, in Proceedings of the ACM Conference of Electronic Commerce (2011) (with others)
  • Pathways to Persuasion: How Neuroscience Can Inform the Study and Practice of Law, in Law and Neuroscience: Current Legal Issues, Volume (Michael Freeman ed., 2011) (with others)
  • Statutory Interpretation: How Much Work Does Language Do? Deriving Interpretive Principles From a Theory of Communication and Lawmaking, 76 Brooklyn Law Review 979-996 (2011) (with Daniel B. Rodriguez)
  • Statutory Meanings: Deriving Interpretive Principles from a Theory of Communication and Lawmaking, 76 Brooklyn Law Review 979-996 (2011)
  • Superstatutory Entrenchment: A Positive and Normative Interrogatory, 120 Yale Law Journal Online 387 (2011) (with Daniel Rodriguez)
  • Agenda Control in the Israeli Knesset During Ariel Sharon's Second Government, 16 Journal of Legislative Studies 251-267 (2010) (with others)
  • Changing Tracks? The Prospect for California Pension Reforms, 2 California Journal of Politics and Policy 1944-4370 (2010) (DOI: 10.2202/1944-4370.1111) (with Vladimir Kogan)
  • Low Memory Distributed Protocols for 2-Coloring, 6366 Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Stabilization, Safety and Security of Distributed Systems, 12th International Symposium 303-318 (2010) (with others)
  • Making Mountains of Debt Out of Molehills: The Pro-Cyclical Implications of Tax and Expenditure Limitaions, 63 National Tax Journal 603-621 (2010) (with Elle Moule)
  • Making Talk Cheap (and Problems Easy): How Legal and Political Institutions Can Facilitate Consensus, 7 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 868-885 (2010) (with others)
  • Party Power or Preferences?: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from American State Legislatures, 72 Journal of Politics 1-13 (2010) (with others)
  • Proposition 13 and the California Fiscal Shell Game, 2 California Journal of Politics and Policy (2010) (with Colin McCubbins)
  • The Blind Leading the Blind: Who Gets Polling Information and Does It Improve Decisions?, 72 Journal of Politics 1-15 (2010) (with Cheryl Boudreau)
  • The Dilemma of Direct Democracy, 9 Election Law Journal: Rules, Politics, and Policy 305-324 (2010) (with others)
  • The Rule of Law Unplugged, 59 Emory Law Journal 1455-1494 (2010) (with others)
  • Competition in the Courtroom: When Does Expert Testimony Improve Juror's Decisions, 6 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 793-817 (2009) (with Cheryl Boudreau)
  • Connected Coordination: Network Structure and Group Coordination, 37 American Politics Research 899-920 (2009) (with others)
  • Knowing When to Trust Others: An ERP Study of Decision-Making After Receiving Information From Unknown People, 4 Social, Coginitive, and Affective Neuroscience 23-34 (2009) (with others)
  • The Fiscal Shape of the American States: Trends and Issues in State Budgeting in the 21st Century, in Governing Arizona, The Communications Institute (2009) (with Ellen Moule)
  • The Problem of Being Special: Democratic Values and Special Assessments, 14 Public Works Management and Policy 4-36 (2009) (with Vladamir Kogan)
  • Administrative Law Agonistes, 108 Columbia Law Review Sidebar 15-22 (2008) (under the nom de plume of McNollgast, with Roger G. Noll & Barry R. Weingast) (with others)
  • Agenda Power in the Italian Chamber of Deputies, 1988-2000, 33 Legislative Studies Quarterly 171-198 (2008) (with others)
  • For Whom the TEL Tolls: Can State Tax and Expenditure Limits Effectively Reduce Spending?, 8 State Politics and Policy Quarterly 331-361 (2008) (with others)
  • Nothing But the Truth? Experiments on Adversarial Competition, Expert Testimony, and Decision Making, 5 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 751-789 (2008) (with Cheryl Boudreau)
  • When Voters Make Laws: How Direct Democracy is Shaping American Cities, 13 Public Works Management and Policy 39-61 (2008) (with Elizabeth Garrett)
  • Afterword, in Party, Process and Political Change in Congress (David Brady & Mathew D. McCubbins eds., 2007) (with David Brody)
  • American Political Geography, in Process, Party and Policy Making: Further New Perspective on the History of Congress (David Brady & Mathew McCubbins eds., 2007) (with David Brady)
  • Revisiting the Links Between Governance and Biodiversity Loss, 21 Conservation Biology 900-901 (2007) (with Christopher Barrett)
  • The Dual Path Initiative Framework, 80 Southern California Law Review 299-346 (2007) (with Elizabeth Garrett)
  • The Political Economy of Law, in The Handbook of Law and Economics (A. Mitchell Polinsky & Steven Shavell eds., 2007) (under the nom de plume of McNollgast, with Roger Noll & Barry R. Weingast)
  • What Statutes Mean: Lesson From Positive Theories of Communication and Legislation, 44 San Diego Law Review 957-992 (2007) (with others)
  • When Does the Ballot Box Limit the Budget? Politics and Spending Limits in California, Colorado, Utah and Washington, in Fiscal Challenges (Elizabeth Garrett et.al. eds., 2007) (with others)
  • Agenda Control in the Bundestag, 1980-2002, 15 German Politics 27-48 (2006) (with others)
  • An Introduction to PPT and the Law, in The Handbook of Positive Political Economy (Barry Weingast & Donald Wittman eds, 2006) (with David Rodriguez)
  • Conditions for Judicial Independence, 15 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 105-128 (2006) (under the nom de plume of McNollgast, with Roger Noll & Barry R. Weingast)
  • Courts, Congress and Public Policy, Part 1: The FDA, the Courts and the Regulation of Tobacco, 15 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 163-198 (2006) (with Jeff Lax)
  • Courts, Congress and Public Policy, Part II: The Impact of the Reappointment Revolution on Urban and Rural Interests, 15 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 199-218 (2006) (with Jeff Lax)
  • Statutory Interpretation and The Intentional(ist) Stance, 38 Loyola Law Review 2131-2146 (2006) (with others)
  • The Complex Links Between Governance and Biodiversity, 20 Conservation Biology 1358-1366 (2006) (with others)
  • The Logic of Delegation to International Agencies, in Delegation and Agency in International Organizations (Darren G. Hawkins et.al. eds., 2006) (with David Lake)
  • The Motion to Recommit in the U.S. House of Representatives, in Party, Process and Political Change in Congress, Volume 1: New Perspectives on the History of Congress (David W. Brady & Mathew D. McCubbins eds., 2006) (with others)
  • When Does Deliberating Improve Decision Making?, 15 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 9-50 (2006) (with Daniel B. Rodriguez)
  • Canonical Construction and Statutory Revisionism: The Strange Case of the Appropriations Canon, 14 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 669-715 (2005) (with Daniel B. Rodriguez)
  • Legislative Process and the Mirroring Principle, in The Handbook of the New Institutional Economics (Claude Menard & Mary Shirley eds., 2005)
  • Lost in Translation: Social Change Theory is Misapplied Against Legislative Intent, 14 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 585-617 (2005) (with Arthur Lupia)
  • Social Choice, Crypto-Initiatives and Policy Making by Direct Democracy, 78 Southern California Law Review 949-984 (2005) (with Thad Kousser)
  • What is New in the New Statutory Interpretation? Introduction to The Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues Symposium, 14 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 535-547 (2005) (with Daniel B. Rodriguez)
  • Theories of Legislative Organizations, American Political Science Association - Comparative Politics Newsletter (2004) (Winter 2004) (with Gary Cox)
  • When Does Government Limit the Impact of Voter Initiatives? The Politics of Implementation and Enforcement, 66 Journal of Politics 43-68 (2004) (with others)
  • A Précis on Legislative Leadership, Extensions: Carl Albert Congressional Research and Studies Center (2003) (Fall 2003) (with Gary Cox)
  • Agenda Power in Brazil's Câmara dos Deputados, 1989 to 1998, 55 World Politics 550-578 (2003) (with others)
  • Agenda Power in the US House of Representatives, 1877 to 1986, in Party, Process and Political Change in Congress, Volume 1: New Perspectives on the History of Congress (David W. Brady & Mathew D. McCubbins eds., 2002) (with Gary W. Cox)
  • Agenda Power in the US Senate, 1877 to 1986, in Party, Process and Political Change in Congress, Volume 1: New Perspectives on the History of Congress (David W. Brady & Mathew D. McCubbins eds., 2002) (with others)
  • A Response to Austen-Smith, 106 Public Choice 183-189 (2001) (with Arthur Lupia)
  • Agenda Power in the Japanese House of Representatives, 1 Japanese Journal of Political Science 1-21 (2000) (with others)
  • Beyond Rationality: Reason and the Study of Politics, in Elements of Reason: Cognition, Choice and the Bounds of Rationality (Arthur Lupia et. al. eds., 2000) (with others)
  • Constructing a Theory of Reasoning, in Elements of Reason: Cognition, Choice and the Bounds of Rationality (Arthur Lupia et. al. eds., 2000) (with others)
  • Gridlock and the Democratic Tradeoff Between Decisiveness and Resoluteness, in The (Barry Clarke & Joe Foweraker eds., 2000)
  • Legislative Process, in The Encyclopedia of Democratic Thought (Barry Clarke & Joe Foweraker eds., 2000)
  • Political Institutions and Economic Development: The Case of Electric Utility Regulation in Argentina and Chile, in Presidents, Parliaments, and Policy 229 (Stephen Haggard & Mathew McCubbins eds, 2000) (with William Heller)
  • Political Institutions and the Determinants of Public Policy, in Presidents, Parliaments, and Policy 1 (Stephen Haggard & Mathew McCubbins eds, 2000) (with Stephen Haggard)
  • The Institutional Determinants of Economic Policy Outcomes, in Presidents, Parliaments, and Policy (Stephen Haggard & Mathew McCubbins eds, 2000) (with Gary W. Cox)
  • The Institutional Determinants of Public Policy, in Presidents, Parliaments, and Policy 21 (Stephen Haggard & Mathew McCubbins eds, 2000) (with Gary W. Cox)
  • The Institutional Foundations of Political Competence, in Elements of Reason: Coginition, Choice and the Bounds of Rationality (Arthur Lupia et. al. eds., 2000) (with Arthur Lupia)
  • Abdication or Delegation? Congress, the Bureaucracy, and the Delegation Dilemma, 22 Regulation 30-37 (1999)
  • Representation or Abdication: How Citizens Use Institutions to Make Their Agents Accountable, 37 European Journal of Political Research 291-307 (1999) (with Arthur Lupia)
  • The Political Origins of the Administrative Procedure Act, 15 Journal of Law, Economics and Organizations 180-217 (1999) (under the nom de plume of McNollgast, with Roger G. Noll & Barry R. Weingast)
  • Afterword, in The Origins of Liberty: Political and Economic Liberalization in the Modern World (Paul Drake & Mathew McCubbins eds., 1998)
  • Legislative Control of Bureaucratic Policy Making, in New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law (Peter Newman ed., 1998) (under the nom de plume of McNollgast, with Roger G. Noll & Barry R. Weingast)
  • Political Structure and Economic Liberalization: Conditions and Cases from the Developing World, in The Origins of Liberty: Political and Economic Liberalization in the Modern World (Paul Drake & Mathew McCubbins eds., 1998) (with others)
  • The Origins of Liberty, in The Origins of Liberty: Political and Economic Liberalization in the Modern World (Paul Drake & Mathew McCubbins eds., 1998) (with Paul Drake)
  • As a Matter of Factions: The Budgetary Implications of Shifting Factional Control in Japan's LDP, 22 Legislative Studies Quarterly 293-329 (1997) (with Michael Thies)
  • Towards a Theory of Legislative Rules Changes: A Response to Schickler and Rich, 41 American Journal of Political Science 1376-1386 (1997) (with Gary W. Cox)
  • Politics, Institutions, and Outcomes: Electricity Regulation in Argentina and Chile, 1 Journal of Policy Reform 357-387 (1996) (with William Heller)
  • Rationality and the Foundations of Positive Political Theory, 19 Rebaiasan (in Japanese, [Leviathan]) 7-32 (1996) (in Japanese, [Leviathan]) 7-32 (1996)) (with Michael Thies)
  • Conclusion, in Structure and Policy in Japan and the United States (Peter Cowhey & Mathew McCubbins eds., 1995)
  • Equilibrium Behavior and the Appearance of Power: Legislators, Bureaucrats and the Budget Process in the U.S. and Japan, in Structure and Policy in Japan and the United States (Peter Cowhey & Mathew McCubbins eds, 1995) (with Gregory Noble)
  • Introduction, in Structure and Policy in Japan and the United States (Peter Cowhey & Mathew McCubbins eds., 1995)
  • Partisan Allocation of the Personal Vote in Japan and the United States, in Structure and Policy in Japan and the United States (Peter Cowhey & Mathew McCubbins eds., 1995) (with Frances M. Rosenbluth)
  • Perceptions and Realities of Japanese Budgeting, in Structure and Policy in Japan and the United States (Peter Cowhey & Mathew McCubbins eds., 1995) (with Gregory Noble)
  • Politics and the Courts: A Positive Theory of Judicial Doctrine and the Rule of Law, 68 Southern California Law Review 1631-1683 (1995) (under the nom de plume of McNollgast, with Roger G. Noll & Barry R. Weingast)
  • Putting the State Back into State Government: The Constitution and the Budget, in Constitutional Reform in California: Making State Government More Effective and Responsive (Bruce Cain & Roger Noll eds., 1995)
  • The Politics of Nuclear Power in Japan and the United States, in Structure and Policy in Japan and the United States 117 (Peter Cowhey & Mathew McCubbins eds., 1995) (with others)
  • Bonding, Structure, and the Stability of Political Parties: Party Government in the House, 19 Legislative Studies Quarterly 215-231 (1994) (with Gary W. Cox)
  • Designing Bureaucratic Accountability, 57 Law and Contemporary Problems 91-126 (1994) (with Arthur Lupia)
  • Learning From Oversight:Fire Alarms and Polic Patrols Reconsidered, 10 Journal of Law, Economics and Organization 96-125 (1994)
  • Legislative Intent: The Use of Positive Political Theory in Statutory Interpretation, 57 Law and Contemporary Problems 3-37 (1994) (under the nom de plume of McNollgast, with Roger G. Noll & Barry R. Weingast)
  • Party Coherence on Roll Call Votes in the U.S. House of Representatives, in Encyclopedia of the American Legislative System (Joel H. Silbey ed., 1994) (with Gary W. Cox)
  • Who Controls? Information and the Structure of Legislative Decision Making, 19 Legislative Studies Quarterly 361-384 (1994) (with Arthur Lupia)
  • Conclusion, in Under the Watchful Eye: Presidential Campaigns in the Television Era (Mathew D. McCubbins ed., 1992)
  • Introduction, in Under the Watchful Eye: Presidential Campaigns in the Television Era (Mathew D. McCubbins ed., 1992)
  • Party Decline and Presidential Campaigns in the Television Age, in Under the Watchful Eye: Presidential Campaigns in the Television Era 9-58 (Mathew D. McCubbins ed., 1992)
  • Positive Canons: The Role of Legislative Bargains in Statutory Interpretation, 80 Georgetown Law Journal 705-742 (1992) (under the nom de plume of McNollgast, with Roger G. Noll & Barry R. Weingast)
  • Fiscal Policy and Divided Government, in The Politics of Divided Government (Gary W. Cox & Sameul Kernell eds., 1991) (with Gary W. Cox)
  • Government on Lay-Away: Federal Spending and Deficits Under Divided Government, in Politics of Divided Government (Gary W. Cox & Samuel Kernell eds., 1991) (with Gary W. Cox)
  • On the Decline of Party Voting in Congress, 16 Legislative Studies Quarterly 547-570 (1991) (with Gary W. Cox)
  • Party Governance and U.S. Budget Deficits: Divided Control and Fiscal Stalemate, in Politics and Economics in the Eighties 83-122 (Alberto Alesina & Geoffrey Carliner eds., 1991)
  • Party Politics, Divided Government, and Budget Deficits, in The Politics of Economic Policy in The U.S. and Japan (Samuel Kernell ed., 1991)
  • The Theory of Interpretive Canon and Legislative Behavior, 12 International Law and Economics Review 235-238 (1991) (under the nom de plume of McNollgast, with Roger G. Noll & Barry R. Weingast)
  • Book Review, American Political Science Review 302-304 (1990) (reviewing Christopher H. Foreman Jr., Signals From the Hill: Congressional Oversight and the Challenge of Social Regulation (1989))
  • Budget Policy-making and the Appearance of Power, 6 Journal of Law, Economics, and Organizations 133-153 (1990)
  • Positive and Normative Models of Procedural Rights: An Integrative Approach to Administrative Procedures, 6 Journal of Law, Economics and Organizations 307-332 (1990) (with others)
  • Slack, Public Interest, and Structure-Induced Policy, 6 Journal of Law, Economics and Organizations 203-212 (1990) (under the nom de plume of McNollgast, with Roger G. Noll & Barry R. Weingast)
  • A Theory of Political Control and Agency Discretion, 33 American Journal of Political Science 588-611 (1989) (with others)
  • Parties, Committees, and Policymaking in the U.S. Congress: A Comment on the Role of Transaction Costs as Determinants of the Governance Structure of Political Institutions, 145 Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 676-685 (1989) (with D. Roderick Kiewiet)
  • Structure and Process: Politics and Policy: Administrative Arrangements and the Political Control of Agencies, 75 Virginia Law Review 431-482 (1989) (with others)
  • Congress, The Courts and Public Policy: Policy Consequences of the One Man, One Vote Rule, 32 American Journal of Political Science 388-415 (1988) (with Thomas Schwartz)
  • Presidential Influence on Congressional Appropriation Decisions, 32 American Journal of Political Science 713-736 (1988) (with D. Roderick Kiewiet)
  • A Theory of Congressional Delegation, in Congress: Structure and Policy 409-425 (Mathew D. McCubbins & Terry Sullivan eds., 1987) (with Talbot Page)
  • Administrative Procedure as Instruments of Political Control, 3 Journal of Law, Economics and Organization 243-277 (1987) (with others)
  • Introduction: Institutional Aspects of Decision Processes, in Congress: Structure and Policy (Mathew D. McCubbins & Terry Sullivan eds., 1987) (with Terry Sullivan)
  • Representation, in Congress: Structure and Policy (Mathew D. McCubbins & Terry Sullivan eds., 1987) (with Terry Sullivan)
  • The Impact of Institutional Arrangements on the Development of Public Policy, in Congress: Structure and Policy (Mathew D. McCubbins & Terry Sullivan eds., 1987) (with Terry Sullivan)
  • The Impact of Institutional Arrangements: Implications for the Study of Congress, in Congress:Structure and Policy (Mathew D. McCubbins & Terry Sullivan eds., 1987) (with Terry Sullivan)
  • The Shape of Congressional Institutions, in Congress: Structure and Policy (Mathew D. McCubbins & Terry Sullivan eds., 1987) (with Terry Sullivan)
  • Electoral Politics as a Redistributive Game, 48 Journal of Politics 370-389 (1986)
  • Policy Choice as an Electoral Investment, 48 Social Choice and Welfare 370-389 (1986) (with others)
  • The Congressional Foundations of Agency Performance, 51 Public Choice 173-190 (1986) (with Talbot Page)
  • Appropriation Decisions as a Bilateral Bargaining Game Between the President and Congress, 10 Legislative Studies Quarterly 181-201 (1985)
  • Congressional Appropriations and the Electoral Connection, 47 Journal of Politics 59-82 (1985) (with D. Roderick Kiewiet)
  • The Legislative Design of Regulatory Structure, 29 American Journal of Political Science 721-748 (1985)
  • The Politics of Flatland, 46 Public Choice 45-60 (1985) (with Thomas Schwartz)
  • Congressional Oversight Overlooked: Police Patrols vs. Fire Alarms, 28 American Journal of Political Science 165-179 (1984) (with Thomas Schwartz)
  • Constituency Influence on Legislative Policy Choice, 18 Quality and Quantity 299-319 (1984)
  • Policy Components of Arms Competitions, 27 American Journal of Political Science 385-406 (1983)