How Do Americans View the Rising China?
Journal of Contemporary China, 2014 (Jie Lu and Liu Kang)

“Polarization and Ideology: Partisan Sources of Low Dimensionality in Scaled Roll Call Analyses”
Political Analysis pp. 1–22, 2014 (with Jacob M. Montgomery and David B. Sparks)

Revisiting Media Effects in Authoritarian Societies: Democratic Conceptions, Collectivistic Norms, and Media Access in Urban China
Politics & Society 42: 253, 2014 (with Jie Lu and Tianjian Shi)

“Blame, Responsibility, and the Tea Party in the 2010 Midterm Elections
Political Behavior, July, 2013.

“Richard Fenno’s Theory of Congressional Committees and the Partisan Polarization of the House”
Congress Reconsidered, 10th ed.
(with Brittany N. Perry and David W. Rohde)

Consequences of Electoral and Institutional Change
in New directions in American political parties
edited by Jeffrey M. Stonecash
Routledge Press, 2010 (with David W. Rohde)

Comparing Strategic Voting Under FPTP and PR
Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 43, No. 1, 61-90, 2010 (with Paul R. Abramson, André Blais, Matthew Diamond, Abraham Diskin, Indridi H. Indridason, Daniel J. Lee and Renan Levine).

Turnout as a Habit
Political Behavior, 1-29, 2010 (with Jacob M. Montgomery and Wendy Wood).

Bifurcated Images of the U.S. in Urban China and the Impact of Media Environment
Political Communication, Vol. 28, 357-376, 2011 (with Tianjian Shi and Jie Lu).

One D Is Not Enough: Measuring Conditional Party Government, 1887-2002
in Party, Process, and Political Change in Congress: Further New Perspectives on the History of Congress
edited by David Brady and Mathew D. McCubbins
Stanford University Press, (with David W. Rohde and Michael Tofias)