Divided Government

Sarah E. Anderson and Jonathan Woon, “Delaying the Buck: Timing and Strategic Advantages in Executive-Legislative Bargaining Over Appropriations,” Congress and the Presidency, Vol. 41 (Feb. 2014): pp. 25-48.

Patrick T. Hickey, “Beyond Pivotal Politics: Constituencies, Electoral Incentives, and Veto Overrides Attempts in the House,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 44 (Dec. 2014): pp. 577-601.

Douglas L. Kriner and Andrew Reeves, “Presidential Particularism and Divide-the-Dollar Politics,” American Political Science Review, Vol. 109 (Feb. 2015): pp. 155-171.

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.

Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, Charles P. Campisano, Matthew P. Hitt, and Kevin M. Scott, “Advising, Consenting, Delaying, and Expediting: Senator Influences on Presidential Appointments,” Studies in American Political Development, Vol. 30 (April 2016): pp. 19-37.

Travis J. Baker, “Delayed Gratification: Party Competition for White House Control in the U.S. House of Representatives,” Political Research Quarterly, Vol. 69 (Sept. 2016): pp. 457-468.

Daniel Paul Franklin and Michael P. Fix, “The Best of Times and Worst of Times: Polarization and Presidential Success in Congress,” Congress and the Presidency, Vol. 43 (Oct. 2016): pp. 377-394.

John Griffin and Brian Newman, “The Presidency and Political Equality,” Congress and the Presidency, Vol. 43 (Oct. 2016): pp. 352-376.

Michael Nelson, “Redivided Government and the Politics of the Budgetary Process in the Clinton Years: An Oral History Perspective,” Congress and the Presidency, Vol. 43 (Oct. 2016): pp. 300-323.

Bryan W. Marshall and Brandon C. Prins, “When Political Gridlock Reigns in Presidential Foreign Policy: Policy Availability and the Role of Congress,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 46 (Dec. 2016): pp. 763-790.

Ronald J. McGauvran and Matthew Eshbaugh-Soha, “Presidential Speeches Amid a More Centralized and Unified Congress,” Congress and the Presidency, Vol. 44 (Feb. 2017): pp. 55-76.

The Law: Perverse Politics: Recess Appointments, Noel Canning, and the Limits of Law,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 48 (June 2018): 373-386.

Douglas Kriner and Eric Schickler, “The Resilience of Separation of Powers?: Congress and the Russia Investigation,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 48 (September 2018): pp. 436-455.

George C. Edwards III, “Closer or Context?: Explaining Donald Trump’s Relations with Congress,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 48 (September 2018): pp. 456-479.