Research

Publication

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

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2. Cities as Lobbyists (with Becca Goldstein), American Journal of Political Science (Forthcoming) Deil S. Wright Award at 2016 APSA

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3. Ex Post Lobbying, Journal of Politics (Forthcoming)

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4Who Pays for Government? Descriptive Representation and Exploitative Revenue Sources (with Michael W. SancesJournal of Politics (Forthcoming)

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Working Papers

1. The Value of Connections in Lobbying (with Karam Kang)

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2Corporate Political Activity and Shareholder Activism: Evidence from Shareholder Proposals (with Geeyoung Min) (R&R in Journal of Legal Studies)

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(The finding of this article was cited in an article published by The New York Times: Eduardo Porter, “Corporations Open Up About Political Spending” June 9, 2015.)

3Exploitative Revenues, Law Enforcement, and the Quality of Government Service (with Rebecca Goldstein and Michael W. Sances)

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4. Presence and Influence in Lobbying: Evidence from Dodd-Frank (with Pamela Ban)

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5. Legislators as Lobbyists (with Melinda N. Ritchie)

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6. Campaign Style: Evidence from U.S. House Elections (with Scott Libocker)

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7. Economic Shocks, Targeted Transfers, and Local Public Goods: Evidence from US Shale Gas Boom (with Michael W. Sances)

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

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9. Testing an Informational Theory of Legislation: Evidence from the US House Representatives (with Attila Ambrus and Laszlo Sandor)

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