UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPTS



         

Krause, George A. 2012. “Representative Democracy and the Administrative State: A SpatialDecision Theoretic Analysis.” University of Pittsburgh. Typescript. [Paper]

Krause, George A., and Ian Palmer Cook. 2012. "Policy Priorities and Presidential Influence over U.S. Federal Budgetary Outcomes: Evidence from a Statistical Decomposition of Executive Budget Proposals." University of Pittsburgh. Typescript. [Paper] [Supplementary Appendix]

Carpenter, Daniel P., and George A. Krause. 2012a. "Bureaucratic Reputation and Administrative Governance in the United States: An Audience-Based Framework." Harvard University. Typescript. [Paper]

Carpenter, Daniel P., and George A. Krause. 2012b. "Transactional Authority in Organizations and the Study of Bureaucratic Politics." University of Pittsburgh. Typescript. [
Paper]

Krause, George A., and Anne Joseph O'Connell. 2012a. "Measuring Responsiveness and Competence of Presidential Appointees in U.S. Federal Government Agencies: A Bayesian Generalized Latent Trait Analysis of Bureaucratic Leadership from Carter through G.W. Bush Administrations." University of Pittsburgh. Typescript. [
Paper]

Krause, George A., and Anne Joseph O'Connell. 2012b. "Bureaucratic Leadership, Institutional Policy Conflict, and the Political Calculus of Resource Investment Decisions in U.S. Federal Government Agencies." University of Pittsburgh. Typescript. [Paper]

Krause, George A., and Anne Joseph O'Connell. 2012c. "Cycles of Increasing Effectiveness in Presidential Appointments: Experiential Learning and Bureaucratic Leadership Selection in U.S. Federal Government Agencies." University of Pittsburgh. Typescript. [Paper]

Krause, George A., and Benjamin F. Melusky. 2012. “Retrospective Economic Voting and the Intertemporal Dynamics of Electoral Accountability in the American States.” University of Pittsburgh. Typescript. [Paper]

Berkowitz, Daniel M., and George A. Krause. 2012. “The ‘Great Divergence’ Reconsidered: State Capacity, Partisan Control of Government, and Income Distribution Among Affluent Citizens in the American States.” University of Pittsburgh. Typescript. [
Paper]