The Departmentís faculty members continue to produce a large number of high quality publications. Some of the recent and forthcoming publications include:
Prof. Julia Azari published a book (Julia R. Azari, Delivering the People’s Message: The Changing Politics of the Presidential Mandate, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2014) on how the politics of presidential-mandate claiming has changed alongside changes in the party system in and in Americans' trust in political institutions. She also published an article in 2013, ("Institutional Change and the Presidential Mandate"), in the journal Social Science History.
Prof. Duane Swank’s newest book, The Political Construction of Business Interests: Coordination, Growth, and Equality (Cambridge University Press, 2012) with Cathie Jo Martin of Boston University, won the 2013 APSA Greenstone Prize for best book in politics and history and has been featured in a variety of journal review symposia (for example, "On Cathie Jo Martin and Duane Swank," The Political Construction of Business Interests,” Socio-Economic Review [October 2013], pp. 795-804). He has also recently published "Party Government, Institutions, and Social Protection in the Age of Austerity," in Staatstätigkeiten, Parteien, und Demokratie (State Activity, Parties and Democracy, Festschrift Prof. Dr. Manfred G. Schmidt), edited by Prof. Dr. Klaus Armingeon (Weisbaden: Springer VS, 2013); and "The Political Sources of Labor Market Dualism in Postindustrial Democracies, 1980-2011," Review of Keynesian Economics 2 (No. 2, April 2014): 234-257. Two journal articles by Professor Swank were recently reprinted: "Gonna Party Like It's 1899: Party Systems and the Origins of Varieties of Coordination," World Politics 63 (January, No. 1, 2011): 74-114 (with Cathie Jo Martin), reprinted in Graham Wilson and Matthew Maguire, eds., Business and Government: Critical Perspectives. New York: Routledge, 2013; and "Globalization, the Welfare State and Inequality: The Domestic Sources of Contemporary Trends in Social Protection and Equality," Social Policy and Society Vol. 4 (2005): 183-195, reprinted in Christopher Pierson and Francis Castles, eds., The Welfare State Reader, 3rd Ed. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press, 2014.