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

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

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