Selected Published Papers

  1.  "Administrative Procedures, Information, and Agency Discretion: Slack vs. Flexibility." American Journal of Political Science 38: 697-722, 1994. (PDF)

  2. "Divided government and U.S. trade policy: Theory and evidence." International Organization 48: 595-632, 1994. (PDF)

  3. "A Theory of Strategic Oversight: Congress, Lobbyists, and the Bureaucracy." Journal of Law, Economics and Organization 11: 227-55, 1995. (PDF)

  4. "The Partisan Paradox and the Tariff, 1877-1934." International Organization 50: 301-324, 1996. (PDF)

  5. "Divided Government and the Design of Administrative Procedures: A Formal Model and Empirical Test."  Journal of Politics 58: 393-417, 1996. (PDF)

  6. "Do Majority-Minority Districts Maximize Substantive Black Representation in Congress?" American Political Science Review 90: 794-812, 1996. (PDF)
      
    Cited by Supreme Court in Georgia v. Ashcroft, 123 S.Ct. 2498 (2003). (PDF)

  7. "A Comparative Approach to Legislative Organization: Careerism and Seniority in the United States and Japan."  American Journal of Political Science 41: 965-88, 1997. (PDF)

  8. "Asymmetric Information, Delegation, and the Structure of Policy Making."  Journal of Theoretical Politics 11: 37-56, 1999. (PDF)

  9. "The Non-Delegation Doctrine and Separate Powers: A Political Science Approach." The Cardozo Law Review 20 (January): 947-87, 1999. (PDF)

  10. "Measuring the Electoral and Policy Impact of Majority-Minority Voting Districts." American Journal of Political Science 43 (April): 367-95, 1999. (PDF)

  11. "A Social Science Approach to Race, Redistricting, and Representation."  American Political Science Review 93 (March): 187-91, 1999. (PDF)

  12. "Legislative Organization Under Separate Powers."  Journal of Law, Economics & Organization 17 (October): 373-396, 2001. (PDF)

  13. "Delegation, Comitology, and the Separation of Powers in the European Union." International Organization 56 (Summer): 551-574, 2002. (PDF)