Legislative and Judicial Politics

Key Publications: 

Current courses: Summer Institute for Future Legislators

See Maxwell Cameron's full profile here   

  Key Publications: 

  • “Cracks in the Opposition: Immigration as a Wedge Issue for the Reagan Coalition” (with Gary Miller, Camilla Schofield, and Itai Sened), American Journal of Political Science, 2011.
  • “Closing the Deal: Negotiating Civil Rights Legislation” (with Gary Miller and Itai Sened), American Political Science Review, 2009.
  • “The Supermajority Core of the US Senate and the Failure to Join the League of Nations,” Public Choice, 2017.

Current research projects:

  • “Why Does a Majoritarian Legislature Adopt Supermajority Rules? The Cases of the US Senate in 1917 and the National Assembly of Korea in 2012”

See Gyung-Ho Jeong's full profile here   

  Key Publications: 

  • Deliberative Choices:  Debating Public Policy in Congress (2006)
  • “Division at the Water’s Edge:  The Polarization of Foreign Policy,” American Politics Research, 2017
  • “Deliberating Surveillance Policy:  Congress, the FBI, and the Abuse of National Security Letters, “ Journal of Policy History, 2016

Current Research Project:  Deliberating Surveillance Policy in Congress

See Paul Quirk's full profile here   

  Key Publications: 

  • The Economic Origins of Political Parties. Cambridge Elements in Political Economy. Cambridge University Press. 2021
  •  “The Electoral System, the Party System, and Accountability in Parliamentary Government.”  American Political Science Review, 114 (3): 744-760.  2020
  • The Secret Ballot and the Market for Votes at 19th-Century British Elections.” Comparative Political Studies 50: 594–635. 2017

See Chris Kam's full profile here   

Key Publications: 

  • The Canadian Regime, 7th ed, 2021

See Gerald Baier's full profile here