Book


Agenda Setting in the US Senate: Costly Consideration and Majority Party Advantage (with Chris Den Hartog). 2011. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.


Book (Edited)


Why Not Parties? Party Effects in the United States Senate (co-edited with Jason R. Roberts and David W. Rohde). 2008. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.


Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles


Negative Agenda Control and the Conservative Coalition in the U.S. House” (with Jeffery A. Jenkins). 2014. Forthcoming at the Journal of Politics.


Buying Negative Agenda Control in the U.S. House” (with Jeffery A. Jenkins). 2012. American Journal of Political Science 56(4):897-912. Appendix & Replication Files


Partisan Agenda Control in the U.S. House: A Theoretical Exploration” (with Jeffery A. Jenkins). 2012. Journal of Theoretical Politics 24(4):555-570.


“Who Converts to Vote-By-Mail? Evidence from a Field Experiment” (with Dari Sylvester). 2011. Election Law Journal 10:15-35.


Unpacking Agenda Control in Congress: Individual Roll Rates and the Republican Revolution” (with Jamie L. Carson and Gregory Robinson). 2011. Political Research Quarterly 64(1):17-30.


The Policy Impact of Unified Government: Evidence from 2000 to 2002”. 2010. Public Choice 142:111-124.


Do Restrictive Rules Produce Nonmedian Outcomes? A Theory with Evidence from the 101st-108th Congresses” (with Gregory Robinson). 2008. The Journal of Politics 70(1):217-231.


The Value of Majority Status: The Effect of Jeffords’s Switch on Asset Prices of Republican and Democratic Firms” (with Chris Den Hartog). 2008. Legislative Studies Quarterly 33(1):63-84.


The Speaker’s Discretion: Conference Committee Appointments in the 97th through 106th” (with Jeffrey Lazarus). 2007. Political Research Quarterly 60(4):593-606.


Testing the Basis of Incumbency Advantage: Strategic Candidates and Term Limits in the California Legislature” (with Erik Engstrom). 2006. State Politics and Policy Quarterly 6:1-20.


Peer-Reviewed Edited Volume Chapters


Assessing the Impact of Parties in the U.S. Senate” (with Jason Roberts and David Rohde). 2008. In Why Not Parties? Party Effects in the United States Senate, in Nathan W. Monroe, Jason R. Roberts and David W. Rohde, eds. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.


Agenda Influence and Tabling Motions in the U.S. Senate” (with Chris Den Hartog). 2008. In Why Not Parties? Party Effects in the United States Senate, in Nathan W. Monroe, Jason R. Roberts and David W. Rohde, eds. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.


Book Chapters


“Cutting Costs: As Assessment of Vote by Mail” (with Dari Sylvester). 2012. In More Votes that Court: A Case Study in Voter Mobilization, Robert Benedetti, editor. Berkeley: Berkeley Public Policy Press.


“Helping America Vote in a New Millennium” (with Ben Goodhue and Randall Collett). 2012. In More Votes that Court: A Case Study in Voter Mobilization, Robert Benedetti, editor. Berkeley: Berkeley Public Policy Press.


Bicameral Resolution: The Politics and Policy Implications of Creating Identical Bills.” 2011. In New Directions in Congressional Politics, Jamie Carson, editor. New York: Routledge. 


Working Papers


The Jeffords Switch and Legislator Rolls in the U.S. Senate” (with Chris Den Hartog).


On Measuring Legislative Agenda Setting Power” (with Jeff Jenkins).


Amendments, Roll Rates, and Agenda Setting in the U.S. House of Representatives” (with Greg Robinson and Dan Magleby).