Research

Selected publications:

Charles J. Finocchiaro and Scott A. MacKenzie. N.D. “Grist for the Hill: How Constituency Demand and Committee Service Influence Legislators’ Attention to Issues.” Journal of Politics, forthcoming. View

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

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”

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

Peter T. McLaughlin, Peter Olson, Nathan T. Barron, B. Henry Ashton, Rachel Blum, Charles J. Finocchiaro, and Michael H. Crespin. “Ends Versus Means: Public Support for Congressional Redistricting.”

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