Unilateral Power

Jeremy D. Bailey and Brandon Rottinghaus, “Reexamining the Use of Unilateral Orders: Source of Authority and the Power to Act Alone,” American Politics Research, Vol. 42 (May 2014): 472-502.

David Bridge, “Presidential Power Denied: A New Model of Veto Overrides Using Political Time,” Congress and the Presidency, Vol. 41 (May 2014): pp. 149-166.

Douglas L. Kriner, “Obama’s Authorization Paradox: Syria and Congress’s Continued Relevance in Military Affairs,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 44 (June 2014): pp. 309-327.

Victoria Grieve, “Visualizing New Deal Debates: FDR’s Big Stick,” Congress and the Presidency, Vol. 42 (May 2015): pp. 181-215.

Yu Ouyang and Richard Waterman, “How Legislative (In)Activity, Ideological Divergence, and Divided Government Impact Executive Unilateralism: A Test of Three Theories,” Congress and the Presidency, Vol. 42 (Oct. 2015): pp. 317-341.

Jon C. Rogowski, “Presidential Influence in an Era of Congressional Dominance,” American Political Science Review, Vol. 110 (May 2016): pp. 325-341.

Jasmine Farrier, “Judicial Restraint and the New War Powers,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 46 (June 2016): pp. 387-410.

Barry Edwards, “Does the Presidency Moderate the President?” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 47 (March 2017): pp. 5-26.

Andrew Reeves, Jon C. Rogowski, Min Hee Seo and Andrew R. Stone, “The Contextual Determinants of Support for Unilateral Actions,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 47 (September 2017): 448-470.

Dino P. Christenson and Douglas L. Kriner, “The Specter of Supreme Court Criticism: Public Opinion and Unilateral Action,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 47 (September 2017): 471-494.

Kimberley L. Fletcher, “Truman’s Rhetoric Entrenches Unilateral Authority and Fashions a Trend for Future Executive Use,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 47 (December 2017): 720-751.

Adam L. Warber, Yu Ouyang, and Richard Waterman, “Landmark Executive Orders: Presidential Leadership Through Unilateral Action,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 48 (March 2018): 110-126. 

Joshua B. Kennedy, “The Limits of Presidential Influence: Two Environmental Directives and What They Mean for Executive Power,” Journal of Policy History, Vol 30 (Jan. 2018): 25-61.

Andrew Reeves and Jon C. Rogowski, “The Public Cost of Unilateral Action,” American Journal of Political Science, Vol 62 (April 2018): 424-440.

Joshua Kennedy, “Agency Characteristics and the Use of Executive Orders,” Vol 45 (Jan. 2018): 89-107.