- The Comparative Politics of Immigration: Policy Choice in Germany, Canada, Switzerland, and the United States, 2021.
- States against Migrants: Deportation in Germany and the United States, 2009.
Courses this term: POLI 516C Debates in Migration and Citizenship
Current research projects: Institutional Responses to AI-related Technological Disruption (with focus on Japan, Korea, Taiwan)
See Antje Ellerman's full profile here
- “The Road Not Taken: Climate Change Policy in Canada and the United States,” Global Environmental Politics, 2007.
- “Environmental Policy: Climate Change,” in Paul J. Quirk, ed., The United States and Canada: How Two Democracies Differ, and Why It Matters, 2019.
- Risk, Science, and Politics: Regulating Toxic Substances in Canada and the United States, 1994.
See Kathryn Harrison's full profile here
- “Political Compromise and Bureaucratic Structure: The Political Origins of the Federal Reserve System,” Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, 2009.
- “How Preferences Change Institutions: The 1978 Energy Act," Journal of Politics, 2014.
- “The Polarisation of Energy Policy in the US Congress” with William Lowry, Journal of Public Policy, Forthcoming
See Gyung-Ho Jeong's full profile here
- “Policy Attitudes in Institutional Context: Rules, Uncertainty, and the Mass Politics of Public Investment,” Am J of Poli Sci, 2017.
- “Policymaking as Political Constraint: Institutional Development in the U.S. Social Security Program,” in Explaining Institutional Change: Ambiguity, Agency and Power, 2009.
- “Whose News? Class-Biased Economic Reporting in the United States," Working Paper
See Alan Jacobs' full profile here
- The United States and Canada: How Two Democracies Differ and Why It Matters, Editor. 2019
- “Misinformation and the Currency of Citizenship,” Journal of Politics, 2001.
- The Politics of Deregulation (1985)
- See Paul Quirk's full profile here