Presidential Studies Bibliography (2014-present)
The articles are organized into the following broad categories and then subdivided into more specific categories and listed by date. Some articles are cross-listed into multiple categories:
Recently Added Articles:
Nicholas F. Jacobs and James D. Savage, “Kennedy’s Keynesian Budgetary Politics and the 1962 Public Works Acceleration Act,” Journal of Policy History, Vol 30 (July 2018): 522-551.
Michael Lynch, Anthony Madonna, Mark Owens, and Ryan D. Williamson, “The Vice President in the U.S. Senate: Examining the Consequences of Institutional Design,” Congress & the Presidency, Vol 45 (2018): 145-165.
Matt Grossmann and Daniel Thaler, “Mass-Elite Divides in Aversion to Social Change and Support for Donald Trump,” American Politics Research, Vol 46 (Sep 2018): 753-784.
David Fortunato, Matthew V. Hibbing, and Jeffery J. Mondak, “The Trump Draw: Voter Personality and Support for Donald Trump in the 2016 Republican Nomination Campaign,” American Politics Research, Vol 46 (Sep 2018): 785-810.
Joseph A Vitriol, Aleksander Ksiazkiewics, and Christina E. Farhart, “Implicit candidate traits in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election: Replicating a dual-process model of candidate evaluations,” Electoral Studies, Vol 54 (Aug 2018): 261-268.
Fred A. Wright and Alec A. Wright, “How Surprising Was Trump’s Victory? Evaluations of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election and a New Poll Aggregation Model,” Electoral Studies, Vol 54 (Aug 2018): 81-89.
Joy Langston and Guillermo Rosas, “Risky Business: Where Do Presidential Campaigns Visit?” Electoral Studies, Vol 55 (Oct 2018): 120-130.
Presidential Studies Quarterly, September 2018 Issue
Journals Checked for the Bibliography:
American Journal of Political Science
American Political Science Review
American Politics Research
The American Historical Review
Congress and the Presidency
Journal of American History
Journal of Policy History
Journal of Politics
Political Research Quarterly
Political Science Quarterly
Presidential Studies Quarterly
Public Opinion Quarterly
Rhetoric and Public Affairs
Social Science Quarterly
Studies in American Political Development