Selected recent publications:

David Darmofal, Charles J. Finocchiaro, and Indridi H. Indridason. N.D. “Roll-Call Voting Under Random Seating Assignment.” Political Science Research and Methods, forthcoming. View

Robert M. Stein, et al. 2020. “Waiting to Vote in the 2016 Presidential Election: Evidence from a Multi-county Study.” Political Research Quarterly 73: 439-453. View

Charles J. Finocchiaro and Scott A. MacKenzie. 2018. “Making Washington Work: Legislative Entrepreneurship and the Personal Vote from the Gilded Age to the Great Depression.” American Journal of Political Science 62: 113-131. View

Susanne Schorpp and Charles J. Finocchiaro. 2017. “Congress and the President in Times of War.” American Politics Research 45: 840-865. View

Charles J. Finocchiaro and Jeffery A. Jenkins. 2016. “Distributive Politics, the Electoral Connection, and the Antebellum U.S. Congress: The Case of Military Service Pensions.” Journal of Theoretical Politics 28: 192-224. View

Working papers:

Charles J. Finocchiaro. “The Public Buildings Boom: Distributive and Partisan Politics in Congress”

Charles J. Finocchiaro and Scott A. MacKenzie. “Grist for the Hill: How Constituency Demand and Committee Service Influence Legislators’ Attention to Issues”

Matthew J. Geras, Sarina Rhinehart, H. Benjamin Ashton, and Charles J. Finocchiaro. “‘All in the Family?’: Assessing the Impact of Child Gender on Congressional Behavior”

Peter T. McLaughlin, Charles J. Finocchiaro, and Michael H. Crespin. “Strategic States: The Congressional Roots of Federal Grant Applications”

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