Michael S. Lynch

Research

Peer-Reviewed Articles

  • Michael S. Lynch, Anthony J. Madonna, and Ryan Williamson. Forthcoming. "Questions of Order in the United States Senate: Procedural Uncertainty and the Role of the Parliamentarian." Social Science Quarterly.
  • Michael S. Lynch, Anthony J. Madonna, Mark E. Owens, and Ryan Williamson. 2018. "The Vice President in the U.S. Senate: Examining the Consequences of Institutional Design." Congress and the Presidency. 45:145-165. (Taylor and Francis Online)
  • Chelsie L. M. Bright and Michael S. Lynch. 2017. "Kansas Voter ID Laws Advertising and Its Effects on Turnout." Political Research Quarterly. 70: 340-347. (Sage Journals)
  • Michael S. Lynch, Anthony J. Madonna, and Jason M. Roberts. 2016. "The Cost of Majority Party Bias: Amending Activity Under Structured Rules." Legislative Studies Quarterly. 41: 633-655. (Wiley Online)
  • Christina L. Boyd, Michael S. Lynch, and Anthony J. Madonna. 2015. "Nuclear Fallout: Investigating the Effect of Senate Procedural Reform on Judicial Nominations." The Forum. 13: 623-641. link
  • Whitney L. Court and Michael S. Lynch. 2015. "How Presidential Running Mates Influence Turnout: The Risks and Rewards of Revving up the Base." American Politics Research. (Sage Journals).
  • Keith L. Dougherty, Michael S. Lynch, and Anthony J. Madonna. 2014. "Partisan Agenda Control and the Dimensionality of Congress." American Politics Research. 42: 600-627. (Sage Journals).
  • Michael S. Lynch and Anthony J. Madonna. 2013. "Partisan Brand Name Building and Deficit Politics: Examining the Role of Power Sharing on Party Issue Consistency." Journal of Public Policy. 33: 319-344. (Cambridge Journals).
  • Michael S. Lynch and Anthony J. Madonna. 2013. "Viva Voce: Implications of the Disappearing Voice Vote, 1865-1996." Social Science Quarterly. 94: 530-550. (Wiley Online).
  • Jamie L. Carson, Michael S. Lynch, and Anthony J. Madonna. 2011. "Winning Coalition Formation in the House and Senate: Examining the Effect of Institutional Change on Major Legislation." Journal of Politics. 73: 1225-1238. (JStor).
  • Ryan C. Black, Michael S. Lynch, Anthony J. Madonna, and Ryan J. Owens. 2011. "Assessing Congressional Responses To Growing Presidential Powers: The Case of Recess Appointments." Presidential Studies Quarterly. 41: 570-589. (link).
  • Elaine B. Sharp, Dorothy M. Daily, and Michael S. Lynch. 2011. "Understanding Local Adoption and Implementation of Climate Change Mitigation Policy." Urban Affairs Review. 47: 433-457. (Sage Journals).
  • William T. Bianco, Michael S. Lynch, Gary J. Miller, and Itai Sened. 2008. "Constrained Instability of Majority Rule: Experiments on the Robustness of the Uncovered Set." Political Analysis. 16: 115-137. (JStor).
  • Ryan C. Black, Michael S. Lynch, Anthony J. Madonna, and Ryan J. Owens. 2007. "Adding Recess Appointments to the President's "Tool Chest" of Unilateral Powers." Political Research Quarterly. 60: 645-654. (link).
  • William T. Bianco, Michael S. Lynch, Gary J. Miller, and Itai Sened. 2006. ""A Theory Waiting to be Discovered and Used": A Reanalysis of Canonical Experiments on Majority Rule Decisionmaking." Journal of Politics. 68: 838-851. (JStor).

Other Publications

  • Chelsie L. M. Bright and Michael S. Lynch. April 7, 2017. "How Advertising Campaigns Can Help to Mitigate the Negative Effects of Voter ID Laws on Turnout." London School of Economics US Centre Blog. (LSE US Centre).
  • Michael S. Lynch, Anthony J. Madonna, and Rachel Surminsky. 2016. "Irregular Order: Examining the Changing Congressional Amending Process." In Party and Procedure in the United States Congress. Matthew Glassman and Jacob Straus, Editors.
  • Michael S. Lynch and Rachel Surminsky. November 20, 2014. "When Congress Sues the President, It's Likely to Fail." Washington Post Monkey Cage Blog. (Washington Post).
  • Emily Grant, Scott A. Hendrickson, and Michael S. Lynch. 2012. "The Ideological Divide: Conflict and the Supreme Court's Certiorari Decision." Cleveland State Law Review. 60: 559-584. (link).
  • Erik Herron and Michael S. Lynch. 2012. "Election Administration in the United States." Politicki Zivot. 6: 9-18.
  • Michael S. Lynch. April 1, 2010. "Were Obama's Recess Appointments Really About Senate Obstruction?" The Monkey Cage. (Monkey Cage).