Presidential Influence

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

Louis Fucilla and Trent A. Engbers, “Sounding Presidential: Frame Creation in the Obama Administration,” Congress and the Presidency, Vol. 42 (Feb. 2015): pp. 50-78.

Christopher Gelphi and Joseph M. Grieco, “Competency Costs in Foreign Affairs: Presidential Performance in International Conflicts and Domestic Legislative Success, 1953–2001,” American Journal of Political Science, Vol. 59 (April 2015): pp. 440-456.

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

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

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.

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.

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

Adam M. Carrington, “To Inform and Recommend: Hamilton and the Constitutional Ground for Interaction Between Executives Officers and Congress,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 47 (December 2017): 624-645.

Jeffrey E. Cohen and Brandon Rottinghaus, “Constituent Approval, Electoral Marginality, and Congressional Support for President,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 48 (June 2018): 202-224.

Patrick T. Hickey, “Electoral Vulnerability and Presidential Support in the House of Representatives,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 49 (March 2019): 75-96.

Jon R. Bond, Research Note: “Validity and Reliability of Identifying Presidential Positions on Roll Call Votes in the Age of Trump,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 49 (March 2019): 153-167.

Eric Paul Svensen, “Structured-Induced Deference or Equal and Coordinate Actor: Congressional Influence on American Foreign Policy,” American Politics Research, 47 Vol (Jan 2019): 88-118.