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*Dye, Connor (2023). “Oversight and Regulatory Policymaking.” American Political Science Association Annual Conference.
*Goes, Iasmin. “Examining the Effect of IMF Conditionality on Natural Resource Policy.” Economics & Politics 35(1): 227–285. 2023
*Goes, Iasmin. “Electoral Politics, Fiscal Policy, and the Resource Curse.” Studies in Comparative International Development 57: 525–576. 2023
*Lin, S. "When Do Businesses Partner with Governments? Evidence from China’s Regulatory Crackdown." Annual Conference of Midwest Political Science Association. 2023.
*Denley, Michael (2022). "Poverty, party alignment, and reducing corruption through modernization" [Doctoral dissertation, University of Texas at Austin]. Texas ScholarWorks. https://repositories.lib.utexas.edu/handle/2152/115393
*Dye, Connor (2022). “Problem Solving Oversight and the Dynamics of Committee Fragmentation.” Southern Political Science Association Annual Conference.
Cozza, Joseph Francesco, Zachary Elkins, and Alexander Hudson, "Reverse mortgages and aircraft parts: The arcane referendum and the limits of citizen competence." Electoral Studies, Volume 74, December 2021.
Sledge, Daniel and Hershel F. Thomas, "Public Perceptions of the role of government and nonstate actors in responding to COVID-19." Risk, Hazards, and Crisis in Public Policy 08 March 2021
*Dye, Connor (2020). “Witnesses as a Legislative Signal.” Comparative Agendas Virtual Conference.
Henson, James, "Elite Unfamiliarity and Popular Recognition: Texas Tea Party Republicans' Embrace of Donald Trump in 2016," in An Unfamiliar America: Essays in American Studies, edited by Ari Helo and Miko Saikku, Routledge, 2020.
*Dye, Connor (2019). “Congressional Committee Reliance on Bureaucratic Witnesses.” Southern Political Science Association Annual Conference.
*Dye, Connor (2019). “Jurisdictional Clarity and Bureaucratic Expertise.” Comparative Agenda Conference.
Rottinghaus, Brandon and Rudy Fonseca, "Six Myths about Texas Latinx Republicans." CMAS Report v1.1., Center for Mexican American Studies, University of Houston, September 2019.
Collingwood, Loren and Benjamin Gonzalez O'Brien. "Public Opposition to Sanctuary Cities in Texas: Criminal Threat or Immigration Threat?" Social Science Quarterly 100(4): 1182–96, 12 April 2019.
*Dun, Lindsay. "Going Negative Online: The Political Impact of Campaign Attacks on Facebook." Annual Conference of Midwest Political Science Association. 2018.
Henson, James and Joshua Blank, "Conservatives by Another Name: Change and Continuity in Texas Tea Party Identification," Southern Political Science Association Annual Meeting, January 4-6, 2018, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Mallory, Christy, Taylor N.T. Brown, Stephen Russell, and Brad Sears, "The Impact of Stigma and Discrimination Against LGBT People in Texas," The Williams Institute: UCLA School of Law, April 2017.
Huerta, Juan Carlos. "Analyzing When, or If, Texas Turns from Red to Purple," Southwestern Political Science Association Annual Meeting, March 24-26, 2016, Las Vegas, NV.
Maegan Stephens, Joseph Yoo, Rachel R. Mourão, Fatima Martinez Gutierrez, Brian Baresch, and Thomas J. Johnson, "The life of the Tea Party: Differences between Tea Party and Republican media use and political variables," Atlantic Journal Of Communication Vol. 24 , Iss. 3, 2016.
Matheson, Calum, “What does Obama want of me?” Anxiety and JadeHelm 15, Quarterly Journal of Speech, DOI: 10.1080/00335630.2016.1155127. Published online: 03 Mar 2016.
Velasco, Jesus and Maribel McMillan, "The Cultural Dissonance of Mexico-Texas Relations," Issue Brief, Rice University Baker Institute for Public Policy, 19 June 2015.
Joshua Blank, "Anger and the Politics of Compromise." Ph.D. Dissertation. The University of Texas at Austin, 2015.
Branham, David, Sr, "The Influence of Seclusion: Immigration and Border Security Attitudes of Registered Voters Living Behind the Interior Border Patrol Checkpoints in the State of Texas," The Midsouth Political Science Review, Volume 16, 2015, pp. 1-24
Tiffany Cartwright and Tyler Young, "Hispanics, Women, and Cowboy Boots: Projecting Partisan Change Deep in the Heart of Texas," Western Political Science Association 2011 Annual Meeting Paper (2015).
Wayne Thorburn, Red State: an Insider's Story of How the GOP Came to Dominate Texas Politics. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2014.
George R. Baran, Mohammad F. Kiani, and Solomon Praveen Samuel. "Science, Pseudoscience, and Not Science: How Do They Differ?" in Healthcare and Biomedical Technology in the 21st Century. New York: Springer, 2014, pp. 19-57.
Erica Grieder. Big, Hot, Cheap, and Right: What America Can Learn from the Strange Genius of Texas. Philadelphia: PublicAffairs, 2013.
David L. Leal and Jerod Patterson. "House Divided? Evangelical Catholics, Mainstream Catholics, and Attitudes toward Immigration and Life Policies," The Forum 11, no. 4 (2013): 561–587.
James W. Stoutenborough and Arnold Vedlitz. "Public attitudes toward water management and drought in Texas," The Texas Water Journal 4, no. 2 (2013).
William Earl Maxwell, Ernest Crain, and Adolfo Santos. Texas Politics Today, 2011-2012 Edition. Boston: Wadsworth Cengage Learning, 2012.
John Grant. Denying Science: Conspiracy Theories, Media Distortions, and the War Against Reality. New York: Prometheus Books, 2011.
Adam Myers. "Macrogeographical Versus Microgeographical Cleavages in Contemporary Texas Politics," Western Political Science Association 2011 Annual Meeting Paper (2011).
Brian Roberts and James R. Henson. "Texas Tea: The Flavor of Identification with the Tea Party Movement in the 2010 Campaign in Texas," Western Political Science Association 2011 Annual Meeting Paper (2011).
Melvin J. Hinich, Daron R. Shaw, and Taofang Huang. "Insiders, Outsiders, and Voters in the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election," Presidential Studies Quarterly 40, no. 2 (2010).