American Political Science Association Meetings 1974, 1978, 1980, 1983, 1985, 1986
Midwest Political Science Association Meetings 1974, 1978, 1980, 1984
Western Political Science Association Meeting 1980
In: American Political Science Review; Congress And The Presidency; The Annals; Capitol Studies; Perspective; Journal of Politics; Review of Politics
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University. of Nebraska, Rice University, London School of Economics, Arcadia University
Graduate: Presidential Leadership; Legislative-Executive Relations; American National Politics; Policy Innovation in Congress; Congress and the Presidency; The U.S. Congress; Political Reform
Books and Monographs:
Thinking About Political Reform: How to Fix, or not Fix, American Government and Politics (New York: Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2015)
Money, Elections, and Democracy:
Reforming Congressional Campaign Finance (Boulder, Col: Westview,
1990), co-editor/contributor, with M. L. Nugent
"Congressmen, Perquisites, and Elections," Journal of Politics 50 (May, 1988): 412-439 (with J. McAdams)
"Entrepreneur or Agent: Congressmen and the Distribution of Casework, 1977-1984," Western Political Q 40 (Sept., 1987): 535-554 (with J. McAdams)
"Determinants of Spending by House Challengers: 1974-1984," American Journal of Political Science 31 (August, 1987): 457-483 (with J. McAdams)
"Constituency Attentiveness in the House: 1977-1982," Journal of Politics 47 (November, 1985): 1108-1139 (with J. McAdams)
"Women As Congressional Staffers: Does It Make A Difference?" Women And Politics 4 (Summer, 1984): 69-81
"The Voter in the 1982 House Elections," American Journal of Political Science 28 (November, 1984): 778-781 (with J. McAdams)
"Congress, The Bureaucracy, and Casework," Administration And Society 16 (May, 1983): 41-70
"Political Culture and Congressional Constituency Service," Polity 15 (Summer, 1983): 555-572
"Explaining Congressional Casework Styles," American Journal of Political Science 27 (Aug.,1983): 530-547. Reprinted: D. Kozak and J. Macartney, Congress And Public Policy, 2d ed., (Homewood, Ill.: Dorsey, 1986), pp. 435-444.
"The 1980 House Elections: Re-examining Some Theories in a Republican Year," Journal of Politics 45 (February, 1983): 143-162 (with J. McAdams)
"The Congressional Incumbency Effect: Is It Casework, Policy Compatibility, or Something Else? An Examination of the 1978 Election," American Journal of Political Science 25 (Aug., 1981): 512-542 (with J. McAdams). Reprinted in J. Silbey et al. (eds.), The United States Congress: The Electoral Connection, 1789-1989 (N.Y.: Carlson Publishing, 1991), vol. 2, pp. 487-518.
"Does Casework Matter? A Reply to Professor Fiorina," American Journal of Political Science 25 (August, 1981): 581-604 (with J. McAdams)
"The Distribution of Casework in the U.S. Congress: An Uneven Burden," Legislative Studies Quarterly 5 (November, 1980): 517-544
"Casework as a Technique of Congressional Oversight of the Executive," Legislative Studies Q 4 (Aug., 1979): 325-353. Reprinted: The International Library of Politics and Comparative Government (Ashgate Publishing Co.).
"Executive Reports to Congress," Journal of Communication 26 (Sum., 1976): 53-61
"Study and Recommend: Statutory Reporting Requirements as a Technique of Legislative Initiation," Western Political Quarterly 24 (Dec., 1976): 589-596
"The President Proposes and Congress Disposes--But Not Always: Legislative Initiative on Capitol Hill, Review of Politics 36 (July, 1974): 356-370. Reprinted as "Legislative Initiative," in J. Macartney and D. Kozak, Congress And Public Policy: Documents And Readings (Homewood, Ill.: Dorsey, 1982), 403-409; and in J. Silbey et al. (eds.), The First Branch of American Government: The United States Congress and Its Relations to the Executive and Judiciary, 1789-1989 (Brooklyn: Carlson, 1991), vol. 2, pp. 613-627.
"Where Does the Buck Stop?--Congress, President, and the Responsibility for Legislative Initiation," Western Political Quarterly 25 (Sept., 1972): 396-415
"Congress and the Initiation of Legislation," Public Policy 20 (Spring, 1972): 281-310
"Financing Campaigns in a Representative Democracy: What is at Stake?" in Margaret L. Nugent and John R. Johannes, eds., Money, Elections, And Democracy: Congressional Campaign Finance Reform (Boulder, Col: Westview Press, 1990) (With Margaret L. Nugent)
"Conclusion: Reforms and Values" in Nugent and Johannes, eds., Money, Elections, And Democracy: Congressional Campaign Finance Reform (Boulder, Col: Westview Press, 1990) (With Margaret L. Nugent)
"Individual Outputs: Legislators and Constituency Service," in C. Deering, Congressional Politics (Homewood, Ill.: Dorsey, 1988), pp. 90-110.
"Casework in the House," in J. Cooper and G. C. Mackenzie, The House At Work (Austin: U. of Texas Press, 1981), pp. 78-96. Reprinted in American Government (Glencoe Books, 1993)
"Statutory Reporting Requirements: Information and Influence for Congress" in A.Baaklini, Comparative Legislative Reforms And Innovations (Albany: SUNY Press, 1977), pp. 33-60
"Yeshiva Thirty Years Later: Tension
Remains," Expositions 4 (Vols 1-2, 2010)
"Constituency Service" in D. Bacon, R. Davidson, and M. Kelley, eds., Encyclopedia of the United States Congress (N. Y.: Simon and Schuster, 1995): 539-546.
"Constituency Service and Congressional Elections," pp. 194-195; "David Obey," p. 709, and "David Boren," p. 78, in S. Maisel, ed., Encyclopedia of American Political Parties And Elections (Garland, 1991).
"Limiting Congressional Terms--A Dissenting View," USA Today (July, 1981), pp. 15-17
"Defense Policy and the Defense Budget: Can Congress Take Charge?" Intellect 105 (September-October, 1976): 68-70
"From White House to Capitol Hill: How Far Will the Pendulum Swing?", Intellect 103 (March, 1975): 356-60. Reprinted in David C. Saffell, (ed.) American Government: Reform In The Post Watergate Era (Cambridge: Winthrop, 1976) pp. 102-109
"Comments on Alan Gewirth's 'Civil Liberties as Effective Powers'" in L. Rice and R. Ashmore (eds.), Moral Values In Contemporary Public Life (Milwaukee: Marquette University, Dept. of Philosophy, 1975), pp. 11-16.
"Journal's Stand Reveals Bias," Milwaukee Journal, Sept. 10, 1987, p. 15A