Partisan Affiliation in Political Science: Insights from Florida and North Carolina
Atkeson, L. R., & Taylor, A. J. (2019, October). PS-POLITICAL SCIENCE & POLITICS, Vol. 52, pp. 706–710.
Politics over Process: Partisan Conflict and Post-Passage Processes in the US Congress
Taylor, A. J. (2019, May 4). CONGRESS & THE PRESIDENCY-A JOURNAL OF CAPITAL STUDIES, Vol. 46, pp. 344–345.
2019 journal article
Proximity and the principle-policy gap in white racial attitudes: Insight from views of student assignment policies in Wake County, North Carolina
SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH, 78, 95–103.
2017 journal article
Which U.S. House Members Present Their Legislative Records? Models of Electoral Accountability and the Content of Press Releases
Congress & the Presidency, 44(1), 102–119.
2016 book review
Legislating in the Dark: Information and Power in the House of Representatives.
[Review of Legislating in the Dark: Information and Power in the House of Representatives, by J. M. Curry]. Congress & the Presidency, 43(3), 401–403.
2015 journal article
An Absence of Malice: The Limited Utility of Campaigning Against Party Corruption
AMERICAN POLITICS RESEARCH, 43(6), 923–951.
2015 book review
The Senate Syndrome: The Evolution of Procedural Warfare in the Modern U.S. Senate. By Steven S. Smith. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2014. 410p. $34.95.
[Review of The Senate Syndrome: The Evolution of Procedural Warfare in the Modern U.S. Senate, by S. S. Smith]. Perspectives on Politics, 13(4), 1168–1169.
2014 journal article
Bill Passage Speed in the US House: A Test of a Vote Buying Model of the Legislative Process
The Journal of Legislative Studies, 20(3), 285–304.
Paging Congressional Democrats: It Was the Immorality, Stupid
Cobb, M. D., & Taylor, A. J. (2014, April). PS-POLITICAL SCIENCE & POLITICS, Vol. 47, pp. 351–356.
Congress: A performance appraisal
Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press.
Howard L. Reiter
Political Science & Politics, Vol. 45, pp. 555–557.
The floor in Congressional life
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
2012 journal article
When Congress Asserts Itself: Examining Legislative Challenges to Executive Power
FORUM-A JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH IN CONTEMPORARY POLITICS, 10(2).
2010 journal article
Does Presidential Primary and Caucus Order Affect Policy? Evidence from Federal Procurement Spending
POLITICAL RESEARCH QUARTERLY, 63(2), 398–409.
2008 journal article
Strategic intercameral behavior and the sequence of congressional lawmaking
AMERICAN POLITICS RESEARCH, 36(3), 451–474.
2008 book review
The Right Talk: How Conservatives Transformed the Great Society into the Economic Society. By Mark A. Smith. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2007. 267p. $29.95.
[Review of The Right Talk: How Conservatives Transformed the Great Society into the Economic Society, by M. A. Smith]. Perspectives on Politics, 6(3), 611–612.
Size, power, and electoral systems: Exogenous determinants of legislative procedural choice
Taylor, A. J. (2006, August). LEGISLATIVE STUDIES QUARTERLY, Vol. 31, pp. 323–345.
Elephant's edge: The Republicans as a ruling party
Westport, Conn.: Praeger Publishers.
Are women legislators less effective? Evidence from the US House in the 103rd-105th Congress
Jeydel, A., & Taylor, A. J. (2003, March). POLITICAL RESEARCH QUARTERLY, Vol. 56, pp. 19–27.
2003 journal article
Conditional party government and campaign contributions: Insights from the tobacco and alcoholic beverage industries
American Journal of Political Science, 47(2), 293–304.
2002 journal article
Are women effective legislators? Evidence from the US House in the 103d-105th Congresses.
Legislative Studies Quarterly, 27(1), 151.
2000 journal article
The mythical causes of the republican supply-side economics revolution
PARTY POLITICS, 6(4), 419–440.
1998 journal article
For fairer taxes think flat and pure
News and Observer [Raleigh, N.C.], (1998 Jan. 7), 13A.
1998 journal article
The The legislative strategies of independent and third party executives
Southeastern Political Review, 26(1998 Mar.), 3–23.
The international origins of the Federal Reserve system.
[Review of ]. American Political Science Review, 92(3), 702–703.
Party decline in America: Policy, politics, and the fiscal state, by John J. Coleman
[Review of ]. Congress & the Presidency, 24(1997 Spring), 97–99.
1997 journal article
Two vital issues in Helms vs Weld
News and Observer [Raleigh, N.C.], (1997 Aug. 3), 29A.