Overview

  • Jesse Richman received his PhD from Carnegie Mellon University in 2005. He has published articles in a number of journals including American Political Science Review, Journal of Politics, Legislative Studies Quarterly, Electoral Studies and State Politics and Policy Quarterly.
  • Selected Publications

    Articles In Academic Journals

    Year Title
    2016 Climate Change Skepticism in the Flood Zone? Risk and Risk Perception Among Virginia Coastal Residents, 2010–2013Virginia Social Science Journal. 4-11.
    2015 The Electoral Costs of Party Agenda Setting: Why Hastert Rule Leads to DefeatJournal of Politics. 1129-1141.
    2014 Do Non-Citizens Vote in US Elections?Electoral Studies. 149-157.
    2013 Common-Space Ideal Points, Committee Assignments, and Financial Interests in the State LegislaturesState Politics and Policy Quarterly. 70-87.
    2013 The Political Economy of Congressional Patent Policymaking in the Late 20th CenturyReview of Law and Economics. 91-100.
    2012 Cross-pressure and the Propencity to Vote Within Politically Active ChurchesVirginia Social Science Journal.
    2012 The Political Economy of Congressional Patent Policymaking in the Late 20th CenturyReview of Law and Economics. 91-100.
    2011 Can the College Vote Turn Out?: Evidence from the U.S. States, 2000-08State and Local Government 2010-2011 Edition, CQ Press. 25-33.
    2011 Parties Pivots and Policy: The Status Quo TestAmerican Political Science Review. 1-15.
    2011 Party Pressure in the U.S. State LegislaturesLegislative Studies Quarterly.
    2011 The Scaled Tariff: A Mechanism for Combating Mercantilism and Producing Balanced TradeEstey Centre Journal of International Law and Trade Policy. 83-103.
    2010 Can the College Vote Turn Out?: Evidence from the U.S. States, 2000-08State Politics and Policy Quarterly. 51-68.
    2010 The Logic of Legislative Leadership: Preferences, Challenges, and the Speaker's PowersLegislative Studies Quarterly. 211-233.
    2009 Congress on the Line: The 2008 Congressional Elections and the Obama PresidencyWhite House Studies. 21-34.
    2008 Uncertainty and the Prevalence of Committee OutliersLegislative Studies Quarterly. 323-347.

    Books

    Year Title
    2014 Balanced Trade.  Lexington Books.
    2008 Trading Away Our Future: How to Fix Our Government-Driven Trade Deficits and Faulty Tax System Before It's Too Late.  Pittsburgh, PA.

    Chapters

    Year Title
    2009 The United States Should Take Action Against China's Mercantilist PracticesImporting From China. Detroit, MI: Greenhaven Press.

    Education And Training

  • Ph.D. in Political Science, Carnegie Mellon University 2005
  • M.A. in Political Science, Carnegie Mellon University 2001
  • B.Phil. in History and Political Science, University of Pittsburgh 1999
  • Full Name

  • Jesse Richman