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THE POLITICS OF ADMINISTRATIVE RULEMAKING
Despite the importance of rulemaking, it has been virtually ignored as a separate topic of study by political scientists. This is unfortunate, for the use or non-use of rulemaking as an alternative means of carrying out ...
The effect of increased incumbency margins upon partisanship in the Congress
Beginning with work by Robert Erickson in the early 1970's, there has been a substantial amount of research into the phenomenon known as incumbency advantage. There has also been a significant growth in the analysis of ...
THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NEW REGULATORY AGENCIES: INDEPENDENT COMMISSION VERSUS EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT AGENCIES
The central research question addressed in this study is: why does Congress select an independent commission to administer some regulatory programs while for others it chooses a departmental agency? Systematic research on ...