Research

Publication

[8]. Presence and Influence in Lobbying: Evidence from Dodd-Frank (with Pamela Ban) Accepted at Business & Politics

[7]. Active Firms and Active Shareholders: Corporate Political Activity and Shareholder Proposals (with Geeyoung Min). Accepted at Journal of Legal Studies

[6]. Legislators as Lobbyists (with Melinda N. Ritchie), Forthcoming at Legislative Studies Quarterly

[5]. Exploitative Revenues, Law Enforcement, and the Quality of Government Service (with Rebecca Goldstein and Michael W. Sances), Forthcoming at Urban Affairs Review

– Media Coverage: The Washington Post Monkey Cage

[4]. Cities as Lobbyists (with Rebecca Goldstein), 2017, American Journal of Political Science, 61(4): 864-876 (Deil S. Wright Award for the Best Paper in the Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations Section at 2016 APSA)

[3]. Ex Post Lobbying, 2017, Journal of Politics79 (4): 1162-1176

[2]. Who Pays for Government? Descriptive Representation and Exploitative Revenue Sources, 2017, Journal of Politics, 79 (3): 1090-1094 (with Michael W. Sances)

– Media Coverage: The Economist, Vox.com, Mother Jones, CBS, Boston Globe, Atlanta Black Star

[1]. Organizations and the Democratic Representation of Interests: What Does It Mean when Those Organizations Have No Members? 2015. Perspectives on Politics 13 (4): 1017-1029 (with Kay Schlozman, Philip E. Jones, Tracy Burch, Sidney Verba, and Henry E. Brady)

Working Papers

1. Trump and Trade: Protectionist Politics and Redistributive Policy (with Melinda N. Ritchie) (R&R at Journal of Politics)

2. Lobbyists as Matchmakers in the Market for Access (with Karam Kang) 

3. Exit Strategy: Career Concerns and Revolving Doors in Congress (with Michael E. Shepherd)

4. Foreign Lobbying in the US Congress: Evidence from Free Trade Agreements

5. Income Shocks and Inequality in Political Participation: Evidence from the US Shale Boom (with Michael W. Sances)

6. Campaign Styles: Persistency in Campaign Resource Allocation (with Scott Limbocker)