Recent Faculty Publications
Banks, ChristopherThe U.S. Supreme Court and New Federalism: From the Rehnquist to Roberts Court (Lanham: Roman & Littlefield)
2010-11. Security & Freedom after September 11: The Institutional Limits & Ethical Costs of Terrorism Prosecutions, Public Integrity: A Journal of the American Society for Public Administration 13 (No. 1, Winter): 5-24; DOI 10.2753/PIN1099-9922130101
2010. Vera Bergelson, Victims’ Rights and Victims’ Wrongs: Comparative Liability in Criminal Law (Stanford, CA.: Stanford University Press). In The Law and Politics Book Review 28 (No. 11, November): 632-634. Published online, at http://www.bsos.umd.edu/gvpt/lpbr/reviews/.
“From the Politics of Economic Reform to the Functioning of Political Economies,” Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization, 20:2 (Spring 2012), 79-85. (Special Issue, “Twenty Years since the Collapse of the USSR: What Have We Learned?”)
“Russia’s Potential Role in the World Oil System: Reciprocal Dependency, Global Integration, and Positive Unintended Consequences,” in Neil Robinson, ed., The Political Economy of Russia (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2013), 151-168.
Gulnaz Sharafutdinova, Political Consequences of Crony Capitalism inside Russia (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2010), Political Science Quarterly, 127:1 (Spring 2012), 174-175.
2011. Как Правительства Приватизируют: Политика Разоблачения в Соединенных Штатах и Германии (Moscow: Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy). Russian reprint of How Governments Privatize: The Politics of Divestment in the United States and Germany published by Georgetown Univeristy Press is 2002. Includes new and updated Preface.
2010. Mission Expansion in the Federal Home Loan Bank System. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, with Susan M. Hoffmann.
2011. “Five Factors for Open Source Success.” Public CIO. February.
2010. “Racing to the Bottom at Different Speeds? The Differential Impact of Intra-State Competition in Ohio's Enterprise Zone Program.” State and Local Government Review 42(3):1-15, with Robert Turner.
2010. “Engaging Citizens on the Internet: An Assessment of Local Governments in Ohio.” International Journal of Electronic Government Research on Citizens and E-Government. 6(2): 68-85, with John Hoornbeek.
2010. “Engaging Citizens on the Internet: An Assessment of Local Governments in Ohio,” in Chris Reddick (ed.) Citizens and E-Government: Evaluating Policy and Management. Hershey, PA: IGA Global Publishers, with John Hoornbeek (reprint of journal article in International Journal of Electronic Government Research on Citizens and E-Government).
2011. “Book Review: Governing for the Long Term: Democracy and the Politics of Investment By Allan Jacobs. Political Science Quarterly: Forthcoming.
Claassen, Ryan. 2011. “Political Awareness and Partisan Realignment: Are the Unaware Unevolved?.” Political Research Quarterly. 64: 818-830.
Claassen, Ryan. 2011. “Awareness Effects and Campaign Effects: Maximum Effects for Minimum Citizens?” Political Behavior. 33: 203-223.
Claassen, Ryan, and Andrew Povtak. 2010. “The Christian Right Thesis: Explaining Longitudinal Change in Participation among Evangelical Christians.” Journal of Politics. 72: 2-15.
Health, Politics and Policy.2011. Eds. Sue Tolleson-Rinehart and Mark A. Peterson. London: Sage Publications. 217-234.
Coy, PatrickLynne M. Woehrle, Patrick G. Coy and Gregory M. Maney. 2008. Contesting Patriotism: Culture, Power and Strategy in the Peace Movement. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.
Coy, Patrick G., editor. 2011. Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change, Volume 31, Emerald Publishing/JAI Press, Bingley, UK.Coy, Patrick G., editor. 2010. Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change, Volume 30, Emerald Publishing/JAI Press, Bingley, UK.
Coy, Patrick G., 2012, "Nonpartisanship, Interventionism and Legality in Accompaniment: Comparative Analyses of Peace Brigades International, Christian Peacemaker Teams, and the International Solidarity Movement," The International Journal of Human Rights, Volume 6, No. 7, p. 963-981.Coy, Patrick G., 2011, "The Privilege Problematic in International Nonviolent Accompaniment's Early Decades: Peace Brigades International Confronts the Use of Racism," The Journal of Religion, Conflict and Peace, Volume 4, No. 2.
Coy, Patrick G. and Landon E. Hancock, 2010, “Mainstreaming Peace and Conflict Studies: Designing Introductory Courses to Fit Liberal Arts Education Requirements,” Journal of Peace Education, 7 (2), p. 205-219.Maney, Gregory M, Patrick G. Coy, and Lynne M. Woehrle. 2009. “Pursuing Political Persuasion: War and Peace Frames in the US after September 11th.” Social Movement Studies,” 8(4): 299-322.
Coy, Patrick G., Lynne M. Woehrle and Gregory M. Maney. 2008. "Discursive Legacies: The U.S. Peace Movement and 'Support the Troops'." Social Problems, 55(2): 161-189. Won the “Outstanding Published Article of 2008 Award” by the American Sociological Association’s Section on Peace, War and Social Conflict.
Ensley, Michael J. 2012. "Incumbent Positioning, Ideological Heterogeneity and Mobilization in U.S. House Elections." Public Choice 151(1-2): 43-61.
Basinger, Scott J., Damon C. Cann, and Michael J. Ensley. 2012. "Voter Response to Congressional Campaigns: New Techniques for Analyzing Aggregate Electoral Behavior." Public Choice 150(3-4): 771-792.
Ensley, Michael J. and Erik P. Bucy. 2010. “Do Candidate Positions Matter? The Effect of the Gay Marriage Question on Gubernatorial Elections.” American Politics Research 38: 142-164.
Adler, E. Scott, Michael J. Ensley, and John Wilkerson. 2012. “Congressional Approval and Incumbent Accountability.” In Congress and the Politics of Problem Solving, E. Scott Adler and John Wilkerson. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.
Carmines, Edward G., Michael J. Ensley, and Michael W. Wagner. 2011. "Issue Preferences, Civic Engagement, and the Transformation of American Politics." In Advances in Public Opinion and Voting, eds. Ben Highton and Paul Sniderman, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Cycles of Spin: Strategic Communication in the U.S. Congress by Patrick Sellers, in Perspectives on Politics, March 2012.
Local Peacebuilding and National Peace. (with C.R. Mitchell) London, New York: Continuum Publishing, expected April 2012.
“Transitional Justice and the Consultative Group: Facing the Past or Forcing the Future?” Ethnopolitics. 10, no. 3 (2011)
“Who’s Truth, Who’s Justice? Religious and Cultural Traditions in Transitional Justice.” (with Aysegul Keskin-Zeren) Journal of Religion, Conflict, and Peace. 4, no. 1 (2011). Available online at http://www.religionconflictpeace.org/node/72
“Prospect Theory and the Failure to Sell the Oslo Accords.” (with Joshua N. Weiss) Peace & Change 36, no 3 (2011): 427-452.
“Culture and Procedural Justice in Transitioning Societies.” (with Tamra Pearson d’Estrée) Peace and Conflict Studies 18, no. 1 (2011). Available online at http://shss.nova.edu/pcs/curjournal.htm
“Prospect Theory and the Framing of the Good Friday Agreement.” (with Joshua N. Weiss & Glen M.E. Duerr) Conflict Resolution Quarterly. 28, no. 2 (2011): (183-203).
“There is No Alternative. Prospect Theory, the Yes Campaign and the Selling of the Good Friday Agreement.” Irish Political Studies. 26, no. 1 (2011): 95-116.
“Mainstreaming Peace and Conflict Studies.” (with Patrick G. Coy) Journal of Peace Education. 7, no. 2 (2010): 205-19.
“Ethnic Identities and Boundaries: Anthropological, Psychological and Sociological Approaches.” In The International Studies Encyclopedia, edited by Robert A. Denmark. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers Inc., 2010. Also available Online.
Fryar, Alisa Hicklin, and Daniel P. Hawes. 2012. “Competing Explanations for Minority Enrollments in Higher Education” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 22(1):83-99
Hill, Gregory C., and Daniel P. Hawes. 2011. “Managing Undocumented Students: Do Undocumented Students Hinder Student Performance?” State and Local Government Review 43: 183-195.
Hawes, Daniel P., and Rene R. Rocha. 2011. “Social Capital, Racial Diversity, and Equity: Evaluating the Determinants of Equity in the United States.” Political Research Quarterly 64:924-937.
McKenzie, Kathryn, Linda Skrla, James Scheurich, Delores Rice, and Daniel P. Hawes. 2011. “Math and Science Academic Success in Three Large, Diverse, Urban High Schools: A Teachers’ Story.” Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk. 16(2): 100-121.
Pitts, David, Alisa Hicklin, Daniel P. Hawes and Erin Melton. 2010. “What Drives the Implementation of Diversity Management Programs? Evidence from Public Organizations.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. 20(4): 867-886.
(2012) Handbook of American Foreign Policy. Edited volume, co-edited with Christopher M. Jones. New York: Routledge Press.
(2012) Renewal: The United States in the Global Community. Edited volume, co-edited with James M. Scott. Washington, DC: CQ Press.
(2011) U.S. Foreign Policy: The Paradox of World Power, 3rd ed. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press. Previous editions 2nd ed. (2008), 1st ed. (2005).
(2010) American Foreign Policy since World War II, 18th edition. Washington, DC: CQ Press. Co-authored with John Spanier (primary author since 2000). Previous editions 17th ed. (2007), 16th ed. (2004), 15th ed, (2000), 14th ed. (1998), and 13th ed. (1995).
(2010) Democratic Peace in Theory and Practice. Edited volume. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press.
(2010) “Studying International Development: A Kuhnian Perspective," pp. 948-969 in Robert Denemark, ed., The International Studies Encyclopedia. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. With Franklin B. Lebo.
(2011) “Sino-American Trade Relations: Privatizing Foreign Policy,” pp. 354-385 in Ralph G. Carter, ed., Contemporary Cases in U.S. Foreign Policy: From Terrorism to Trade. Washington, DC: CQ Press. With Franklin B. Lebo.
(2011) Alex Mintz and Karl DeRouen, Jr., Understanding Foreign Policy Decision Making (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010), and Mark Schafer and Scott Crichlow, Groupthink vs. High-Quality Decision Making (New York: Columbia University Press, 2010). Political Psychology.
(2011) Giacamo Chiozza. Anti-Americanism and American World Order. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009) International Studies Review.
“A Study of Determinants of County E-Government in the United States,”accepted for publication in American Review of Public Administration, 2012.
“Recent Trends in E-Government: States’ and Local Governments’ Utilization of Websites,” with Carrizales, T. in International Journal of Electronic Governance, 2011, Vol. 4, No. 4, 283-303.
“E-Governance Approaches at the Local Level: A Study of Prague Best Practices,”with Carrizales,T., Melitski,J. and Holzer, M. in International Journal of Public Administration, 2011, Vol. 34, No. 14, 935-945.
“Digital Governance Success Factors and Barriers to Success in Prague,”with Melitski, J., Carrizales,T. and Holzer, M. in International Journal of Organization Theory and Behavior, 2011, Vol. 14, No. 4, 451-472.
“Technological Equity: An International Perspective of E-Government and Societal Divides,” with Carrizales, T. in Electronic Government: An International Journal, 2011, Vol. 8, No. 1, 73-84.
“Digital Governance WorldWide: An Analysis of Worldwide Municipalities Between 2003 and 2007,”with Calista,D., Melitski, J. & Holzer, M. in International Journal of Public Administration, 2010, Vol. 33, No. 12 &13, 588-600.
“Global Cities on the Web: An Empirical Typology of Municipal Websites,” with Holzer, M., & Van Ryzin,G. in International Public Management Review, 2010, Vol. 11, No. 3, 104-121.
“Active Citizen Participation in E-Government: A Global Perspective,” with Holzer, M. IGI Global, 2012.
“E-Governance and Civic Engagement: Factors and Determinants of E-Democracy,” with Holzer, M. IGI Global, 2011.
“M-Government: An Opportunity for Addressing the Digital Divide,” with Bennett, L. & Carrizales, T., in Kloby, K. & D'Agostino, M (Eds.) Citizen 2.0: Public and Governmental Interaction through Web 2.0 Technologies, IGI Global, 2012.
“Citizen-Driven Government Performance: The Straphangers Campaign, NYC” in Bromberg, D (Ed) Citizen Driven Government Performance, Newark, NJ: National Center for Public Performance, 2011.
“An Examination of Global Municipal Privacy and Security Policies,” with Fudge, M., in Papadopoulos, T. & Kanellis, P (Eds.) Public Sector Reform Using Information Technologies: Transforming Policy into Practice, IGI Global, 2011.
“Beyond E-Governance,” with Holzer, M. & Fudge, M., in Shark, A. & Toporkoff, S (Eds.) Beyond E-Government- Measuring Performance: A Global Perspective, DC: Public Technology Institute, 2010.
“Digital Governance in Municipalities Worldwide: A Longitudinal Assessment of Municipal Websites throughout the World,” Newark, NJ: National Center for Public Performance (forthcoming 2012).
U.S. States E-Governance Survey 2010: Findings of a national level survey covering all 50 states in the United States, Newark, NJ: National Center for Public Performance (forthcoming 2012).
U.S. Municipalities E-Governance Survey 2010: Findings of a national level survey covering the largest municipalities in the United States, Newark, NJ: National Center for Public Performance (forthcoming 2012).
“Prague E-Governance: A Study of Best Practices,” with Holzer, M., Carrizales, T., & Melitski, J. Newark, NJ: National Center for Public Performance, 2010.
“Digital Governance in Municipalities Worldwide: A Longitudinal Assessment of Municipal Websites throughout the World,” with Holzer, M., & You, M. Newark, NJ: National Center for Public Performance, 2010.
2012. “Negotiating Domestic Socialism with Global Capitalism: So-Called Tourist ApartheidinCuba,”Communist and Post-Communist Studies. 45: 1-2 (March-June), 91-103.
2011. “Finding Shame in Truth: The Importance of Public Engagement in Truth Commissions,” Human Rights Quarterly. 33:2 (May), 431-452.
“Erasure of Public Memory: The Strange Case of Tom Paine in Washington”. 2010. Under review at several academic journals of history.
2012.Adaptable Autocrats: Regime Power in Egypt and Syria. Stanford University Press.
2011. “Reinterpreting Authoritarian Power: Syria’s Hereditary Succession.” Middle East Journal, 65(2):197-212.
2010. “Brotherly Intentions? Egypt’s Muslim Brothers and the Politics of a Debate.” History Compass, 8(4): 345-357.
2012. “Egypt’s Muslim Brothers in Late Mubarak Egypt,” (co-authored with Samer Shehata) in Jeannie Sowers and Chris Toensing (Eds.), Revolution, Protest, And Social Change in Egypt, 1999-2011. Verso.
2012. “Transnational Discourses of Power, Revolutions, and Uprisings,”Jadaliyya (July23).
2012. “How Egypt’s Army Won,” New York Times (June 30).
2012. “Ordering Egypt’s Chaos,” Middle East Report Online (June29).
2012. “Morsi Will Have Little Leeway,” NYT Room for Debate (June25).
2012. “Egypt’s Generals and Transnational Capital,” (co-authored with Shana Marshall) Middle East Report, 262 (Spring):12-18.
2011. “Countries at the Crossroads 2011: Egypt,” Freedom House Country Report (October).
2011. “Blame the SCAF for Egypt’s Problems,” Middle East Channel (October 11).
2011. “Change of Leader, Continuity of System: Nascent Liberalization in Post-Mubarak Egypt.” (co-authored with Jason Brownlee) APSA Comparative Democratization Newsletter, 9(2):1, 4-9
2011. “Egypt Without Mubarak.”Middle East Report Online (April 7).
2011. "Egypt’s Democratic Mirage," Foreign Affairs.com, (February 7).
2011. “Into Egypt’s Uncharted Territory,” (co-authored with Hesham Sallam & Chris Toensing) Middle East Report Online (February 1).
2010. Book review of Mohammed Zahid’s The Muslim Brotherhood and Egypt’s Succession Crisis: The Politics of Liberalisation and Reform in the Middle East (London: I.B. Tauris, 2010) Middle East Journal 64/4 (Autumn): 656-657.