Journal Articles

Miller, David R. Forthcoming. “On Whose Door to Knock? Lobbyists’ Strategic Pursuit of Access to Members of Congress.” Legislative Studies Quarterly.

Miller, David R. and Andrew Reeves. Forthcoming. “Pass the Buck or the Buck Stops Here? The Effectiveness of Claiming and Deflecting Blame by Elected Executives.” Journal of Public Policy.

Butler, Daniel M. and David R. Miller. Forthcoming. “Does Lobbying Affect Bill Advancement? Evidence from Three State Legislatures.” Political Research Quarterly.

Miller, David R. 2021 “Empirical Approaches to the Study of Access.” Interest Groups & Advocacy, 10(3), 286-302.

Stein, Robert M., Christopher Mann, Charles Stewart III, \(\ldots\), David Miller, \(\ldots\), et al. 2020. “Waiting to Vote in the 2016 Presidential Election: Evidence from a Multi-county Study.” Political Research Quarterly, 73(2), 439-453.

Mann, Christopher B., Gayle A. Alberda, Nathaniel A. Birkhead, \(\ldots\), David Miller, \(\ldots\), et al. 2018. “Pedagogical Value of Polling Place Observation By Students.” PS: Political Science & Politics, 51(4), 831-837.

Miller, David R. and Andrew Reeves. 2017. “Attitudes toward Delegation to Presidential Commissions.” Presidential Studies Quarterly, 47(3), 495-516.

Other Academic Publications

Stein, Robert M., Christopher Mann, Charles Stewart III, \(\ldots\), David Miller, \(\ldots\), et al. 2020. “Polling Place Quality and Access.” In The Future of Election Administration, Mitchell Brown, Kathleen Hale, and Bridgett A. King, Eds. Palgrave Macmillan, 83-100.

Reeves, Andrew, David R. Miller, and Bryant Moy. 2018. “U.S. Presidential Campaigns and Their Impact.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science.

Working Papers

Boston, Joshua, Benjamin Kassow, Ali Masood, and David R. Miller. “Save These Honorable Courts: The Consequences of Judicial Scandal on Specific and Diffuse Support.” Invited to revise and resubmit at American Political Science Review.

Miller, David R. “The President Will See Whom Now? Presidential Engagement with Organized Interests.” Invited to revise and resubmit at American Political Science Review.

Works in Progress

Butler, Ryden, JB Duck-Mayr, David R. Miller, and Erin Rossiter. “May It Please the President? The Role of Deference to Executive Power in Supreme Court Nominations.”

Egerod, Benjamin C.K., Hans J.G. Hassell, Josh McCrain, and David R. Miller. “Hiring Representative Agents or Skill Sets? Principal-Agent Problems in Hiring Lobbyists.”

Miller, David R. and Jeffrey Ziegler. “Preferential Abstention in Conjoint Experiments.”

Public Scholarship

“Biden’s Supreme Court commission probably won’t sway public opinion” (with Andrew Reeves). The Conversation. June 16, 2021

“New evidence that lobbying affects legislative outcomes.” 3Streams. May 30, 2021

“Here’s the evidence lobbyists are trying to persuade your member of Congress.” 3Streams. February 2, 2021

“If Trump Took Responsibility for Coronavirus Missteps, It Might Actually Help Him” (with Andrew Reeves). The Washington Post. March 26, 2020.

“Late to the Party (Nomination): How Primary Election Timing Disadvantages Missouri Voters.” In APSA’s RAISE the Vote Campaign. January 17, 2020.