PUBLICATIONS BY THEMATIC TOPIC



         

                  

Governance, I : Accountability
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Krause, George A., and Neal D. Woods. Nd. "Policy Delegation, Comparative Institutional Capacity, and Administrative Politics in the American States." An original essay in the edited book volume The Oxford Handbook of State and Local Government. Donald P. Haider-Markel, ed. New York: Oxford University Press. (Forthcoming). [Paper]

Kanthak, Kristin, and George A. Krause. 2012. The Diversity Paradox: Political Parties, Legislatures, and the Organizational Foundations of Representation in America. New York: Oxford University Press. [Book Information

                                                              

Carpenter, Daniel P., and George A. Krause. 2012. "Reputation and Public Administration." Public Administration Review 72(January/February): 26-32. [Article]

Kanthak, Kristin, and George A. Krause. 2011. "Coordination Dilemmas and the Valuation of Women in the U.S. Senate: Reconsidering the Critical Mass Problem." Journal of Theoretical Politics 23(April): 188-214. [Paper]

Kanthak, Kristin, and George A. Krause. 2010. “Valuing Diversity in Political Organizations: Gender and ‘Token’ Minorities in the U.S. House of Representatives.” American Journal of Political Science 54(October): 839-854. [Article] [Supplementary Technical Appendix] [Data]

Krause, George A. 2010. “Legislative Delegation of Authority to Bureaucratic Agencies.” A review essay in the edited book volume The Oxford Handbook of American Bureaucracy. Robert F. Durant, ed. New York: Oxford University Press. [Essay]

Krause, George A., and Ann O’M. Bowman. 2005. “Adverse Selection, Political Parties, and Policy Delegation in the American Federal System.” Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 21(October): 359–387. [Article

Krause, George A., and Kenneth J. Meier. Editors. 2003. Politics, Policy, and Organizations: Frontiers in the Scientific Study of Bureaucracy. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press. [Paperback Edition: August 2005]. [Book]

                                                   

Meier, Kenneth J., and George A. Krause. 2003 (2005). “Conclusion: An Agenda for the Scientific Study of Bureaucracy.” A review essay in the co–edited book volume Politics, Policy, and Organizations: Frontiers in the Scientific Study of Public Bureaucracy. George A. Krause and Kenneth J. Meier, eds. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press. [Essay]

Meier, Kenneth J., and George A. Krause. 2003 (2005). “The Scientific Study of Bureaucracy: An Overview.” A review essay in the co–edited book volume Politics, Policy, and Organizations: Frontiers in the Scientific Study of Public Bureaucracy. George A. Krause and Kenneth J. Meier, eds. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press. [Essay]

Bowman, Ann O’M., and George A. Krause. 2003. “Power Shift: Measuring Policy Centralization in U.S. Intergovernmental Relations, 1947–1998.” American Politics Research 31(May): 301–325. [Article]

Whitby, Kenny J., and George A. Krause. 2001. “Race, Issue Heterogeneity, and Public Policy: The Republican Revolution of the 104th U.S. Congress and the Representation of African–American Policy Interests." British Journal of Political Science 31(July): 555–572. [Article]
 
Krause, George A. 2000. "Partisan and Ideological Sources of Fiscal Deficits in the United States." American Journal of Political Science 44(July): 541–559. [Article]

Krause, George A. 1999. A Two-Way Street: The Institutional Dynamics of the Modern Administrative State. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press. [Paperback and Digital Editions: October 2010]. [Book]

                                                         

Krause, George A. 1996. "The Institutional Dynamics of Policy Administration: Bureaucratic Influence over Securities Regulation." American Journal of Political Science 40(November): 1083–1121. [Article]

Krause, George A. 1996. "Agent Heterogeneity and Consensual Decision Making on the Federal Open Market Committee." Public Choice 88(July): 83–101. [Article]

Dilger, Robert Jay, George A. Krause, and Randolph R. Moffett. 1995. "State Legislative Professionalism and Gubernatorial Effectiveness, 1978–91." Legislative Studies Quarterly 20(November): 553–571. [Article]

Krause, George A. 1994. "Federal Reserve Policy Decision Making: Political and Bureaucratic Influences." American Journal of Political Science 38(February): 124–144. [Article]

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Governance, II : Design & Policy Performance
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Krause, George A., David E. Lewis, and James W. Douglas. Nd. "Politics Can Limit Policy Opportunism in Fiscal Institutions: Evidence from Official General Fund Revenue Forecasts in the American States." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. (Forthcoming). [Paper] [Supplementary Appendix]

Krause, George A., and James W. Douglas. Nd. "Organizational Structure and the Optimal Design of Policymaking Panels: Evidence from Consensus Group Commissions' Revenue Forecasts in the American States." American Journal of Political Science. (Forthcoming). [Paper] [Supplementary Appendix]

Krause, George A., David E. Lewis, and James W. Douglas. 2006. “Political Appointments, Civil Service Systems, and Bureaucratic Competence: Organizational Balancing and Executive Branch Revenue Forecasts in the American States.” American Journal of Political Science 50(July): 770–787. [Article]

Krause, George A., and James W. Douglas. 2006. “Does Agency Competition Improve the Quality of Policy Analysis? Evidence from OMB and CBO Current Year Fiscal Projections.” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 25(Winter): 53–74. [Article]

Krause, George A., and James W. Douglas. 2005. “Institutional Design versus Reputational Explanations of Agency Performance: Evidence from U.S. Government Macroeconomic and Fiscal Projections.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 15(April): 281–306. [Article]

Krause, George A. 1997. "Policy Preference Formation and Subsystem Behaviour: The Case of Commercial Bank Regulation." British Journal of Political Science 27(October): 525–550. [Article]

Krause, George A. 1994. "Economics, Politics, and Policy Change: Examining the Consequences of Deregulation in the Banking Industry." American Politics Quarterly 22(April): 221–243. [Article]

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Executive Authority
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Krause, George A., and Benjamin F. Melusky. 2012. "Concentrated Powers: Unilateral Executive Authority and Fiscal Policymaking in the American States." Journal of Politics 74(January): 98-112. [Article] [Supplementary Appendix] [Data]
 
Krause, George A. 2009. “Organizational Complexity and Coordination Dilemmas in U.S. Executive Politics.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 39(March): 74–88. (Special Issue on ‘The Administrative Presidency’). [Article

Krause, George A., and Brent M. Dupay. 2009. “Coordinated Action and the Limits of Presidential Control Over the Bureaucracy: Lessons from the George W. Bush Presidency.” An original essay in the edited book volume President George W. Bush’s Influence over Bureaucracy and Policy: Extraordinary Times, Extraordinary Powers. Colin Provost and Paul Teske, eds. New York: Palgrave. [Essay]

Krause, George A. 2005. “Electoral Incentives, Political Business Cycles, and Macroeconomic Performance: Empirical Evidence from Postwar U.S. Personal Income Growth.” British Journal of Political Science 35(January): 77–101. [Article]

Krause, George A. 2004. “The Secular Decline in Presidential Domestic Policy Making: An Organizational Perspective.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 34(December): 79–92. [Article]

Krause, George A. 2002.“Separated Powers and Institutional Growth in the Presidential and Congressional Branches: Distinguishing Between Short–Run versus Long–Run Dynamics.” Political Research Quarterly 55(March) 27–57. [Article]

Cohen, David B., and George A. Krause. 2000. "Presidents, Chiefs of Staff, and White House Organizational Behavior: Survey Evidence From the Reagan and Bush Administrations." Presidential Studies Quarterly 30(September): 421–442. [Article]
 
Krause, George A., and Jeffrey E. Cohen. 2000. "Opportunity, Constraints, and the Development of the Institutional Presidency: The Case of Executive Order Issuance, 1939–1996." Journal of Politics 62(February): 88-114. [Article]

Krause, George A., and David B. Cohen. 1997. "Presidential Use of Executive Orders, 1953-1994." American Politics Quarterly 25(October): 458–481. [Article]

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Decision-Making Processes
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Krause, George A., and J. Kevin Corder. 2007. “Explaining Bureaucratic Optimism: Theory and Evidence from U.S. Federal Executive Agency Macroeconomic Forecasts.” American Political Science Review 101(February): 129–142. [Article] [Supplementary Technical Appendix

Gomez, Brad T., Thomas G. Hansford, and George A. Krause. 2007. “The Republicans Should Pray for Rain: Weather, Turnout, and Voting in U.S. Presidential Elections.” Journal of Politics 69(August): 649–663. [Article] [Supplemental Appendix

Krause, George A. 2006. “Beyond the Norm: Cognitive Biases and the Behavioral Underpinnings of U.S. Federal Agency Macroeconomic Forecasts.” Rationality and Society 18(May): 157–191. [Article]

Krause, George A. 2003.“Uncertainty and Legislative Capacity for Controlling the Bureaucracy.” An original essay in the edited book volume Uncertainty in American Politics. Barry C. Burden, eds. New York: Cambridge University Press. [Essay]

Krause, George A. 2003 (2005). “Agency Risk Propensities Involving the Demand for Bureaucratic Discretion.” An original essay in the edited book volume Politics, Policy, and Organizations: Frontiers in the Scientific Study of Public Bureaucracy. George A. Krause and Kenneth J. Meier, eds. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press. [Essay

Krause, George A. 2003. “Coping with Uncertainty: Analyzing Risk Propensities of SEC Budgetary Decisions, 1949–1997.” American Political Science Review 97(February): 171–188. [Article] [Unpublished Companion Working Paper

Granato, Jim, and George A. Krause. 2000. "Information Diffusion within the Electorate: The Asymmetric Transmission of Political–Economic Information." Electoral Studies 19(December): 519–537. [Article]

Krause, George A. 2000. “Testing for the Strong Form of Rational Expectations with Heterogeneously Informed Agents.” Political Analysis 8(Summer): 285–305. [Article]

Krause, George A., and Jim Granato. 1998. "Fooling Some of the Public Some of the Time? A Test for Weak Rationality with Heterogeneous Information Levels." Public Opinion Quarterly 62(Summer): 135-151. [Article]

Krause, George A. 1997. "Voters, Information Heterogeneity, and the Dynamics of Aggregate Economic Expectations." American Journal of Political Science 41(October): 1170–1200. [Article]

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