Courtenay Daum. 2018. Putting the T Back in LGBTQ?, Queer Activism After Marriage Equality, edited by J.N. DeFillips, M.W. Yarbrough, and A. Jones. Routledge.
Graeme Auld, Michele Betsill, Stacy D. VanDeveer. 2018. Transnational Governance for Mining and the Mineral Lifecycle,Annu. Rev. Environ. Resour. 43:7.1–7.29
Harriet Bulkeley, Michele Betsill,Daniel Comagnon, Thomas Hale, Matthew Hoffmann, Peter Newell, and Matthew Paterson. 2018. Transnational Governance: Charting new directions post-Paris. In Governing Climate Change: Polycentricity in Action? edited by A. Jordan, D. Huitema, H. van Asselt, and J. Forster. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 63-80.
Matt Hitt and Srinivas Parinandi. 2018. How Politics Influences the Energy Pricing Decisions of Elected Public Utilities Commissioners, Energy Policy Published online 24 April 2018. DOI: 10.1016/j.enpol.2018.03.044
Tim Ehresman and Dimitris Stevis. 2018. International Environmental and Ecological Justice, In Gabriela Kutting and Kyle Herman (eds), Global Environmental Politics, 2nd edition, Routledge.
Tyler A. Scott, Nicola Ulibarri, Ryan P. Scott. 2018. Stakeholder involvement in collaborative regulatory processes: Using automated coding to track attendance and actions,Wiley Online Library Published: 02 July 2018.
Charles Davis. 2017. Shaping State Fracking Policies in the United States: An analysis of who, what, and how. State and Local Government Review. Published online 8 June 2017.
Charles Davis and Jonathan Fisk. 2017. Mitigating Risks from Fracking-Related Earthquakes: Assessing State Regulatory Decisions. Society & Natural Resources 30:8: 1009-1025.
Charles Davis. 2017. Fracking and Environmental Protection: An Analysis of State Policies. The Extractive Industries & Society. V4, No. 1: 63-68.
Charles Davis, Jonathan Fisk, and Benjamin Cole. 2017. Who is at ‘Fault’? The Media and the Stories of Fracking Wastewater Injection Wells. Politics & Policy. V45, No. 1: 31-50.
Kelly Biedenweg, Ryan P. Scott, and Tyler A. Scott. 2017/6. How Does Engaging with Nature Relate to Life Satisfaction? Demonstrating the Link between Environment-Specific Social Experiences and Life Satisfaction. Journal of Environmental Psychology 50: 112–24.
Kyle L. Saunders. 2017. The Impact of Elite Frames and Motivated Reasoning on Beliefs in a Global Warming Conspiracy: The promise and limits of trust. Research & Politics. Published online July 12, 2017.
Matthew P. Hitt, Craig Volden, and Alan E. Wiseman. 2017. Spatial Models of Legislative Effectiveness. American Journal of Political Science. 61(3): 575-590.
Michele Betsill. 2017. Trump's Paris withdrawal and the reconfiguration of global climate change governance. Chinese Journal of Population, Resources and Environment. Published online 3 July 2017.
Peter Harris. 2017. China in British Politics: Western Unexceptionalism in the Shadow of China’s Rise. The Chinese Journal of International Politics 10, no. 3 (Autumn 2017): 241-267. Selected as “Editor’s Choice” for issue 10, no. 3.
Peter Harris. 2017. Teaching the Territories in US Foreign Policy: Race and Empire in the American Experience. PS: Political Science & Politics 50, no. 2 (April 2017): 506-509.
Stephen Mumme. 2017. Constructing Equity during the Salinity Crisis 1961-1973: Mexico, the United States, and the Politics of Sharing on the Colorado River. Journal of the Southwest. 59(1-2): 133-183.
Susan Opp and and Samantha Mosier. 2017. Counting Money: Cities love climate policies if they generate local benefits. Public Administration Review.
Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, Charles P. Campisano, Matthew P. Hitt, and Kevin M. Scott. 2016. Advising, Consenting, Delaying, and Expediting: Senator Influences on Presidential Appointments. Studies in American Political Development. 30(1):19-37.
Joanne M. Miller, Kyle L. Saunders, and Christina E. Farhart. 2016. Conspiracy Endorsement as Motivated Reasoning: The Moderating Roles of Political Knowledge and Trust. American Journal of Political Science 60: 824–844. doi:10.1111/ajps.12234.
Joanne M. Miller and Kyle L. Saunders. 2016. Conspiracy Theories in the United States: More Commonplace than Ordinary. Critical Review 28(1):127-136.
Markus Helfen, Elke Schüßler, and Dimitris Stevis. 2016. Translating European Labor Relations Practices to the United States through Global Framework Agreements? German and Swedish Multinationals Compared. ILR Review. (Online First)
Matthew P. Hitt. 2016. Measuring Precedent in a Judicial Hierarchy. Law & Society Review. 50(1): 57-81.
Michele Betsill and Dimitris Stevis. 2016. The Politics and Dynamics of Energy Transitions: Lessons from Colorado’s (USA) “New Energy Economy.” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy. 34(2): 381-396. Doi: 0263774X15614668.
Peter Harris. 2016. The Self-Destruction of Pax Americana. Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs 10, no. 1 (June 2016): 47-57.
Ryan P. Scott, Tyler A. Scott, and Richard Zerbe. 2016. Bureaucratic Benefit-Cost Analysis and Policy Controversy. Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis 7 (02). Cambridge University Press: 350–71.
Ryan P. Scott, Alison C. Cullen, Cate Fox-Lent, and Igor Linkov. 2016. Can Carbon Nanomaterials Improve CZTS Photovoltaic Devices? Evaluation of Performance and Impacts Using Integrated Life-Cycle Assessment and Decision Analysis. Risk Analysis: An Official Publication of the Society for Risk Analysis 36 (10): 1916–35.
Ryan P. Scott and Alison C. Cullen. 2016. Reducing the Life Cycle Environmental Impacts of Kesterite Solar Photovoltaics: Comparing Carbon and Molybdenum Back Contact Options. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 21 (1). Springer Berlin Heidelberg: 29–43.
Susan M. Opp. 2016. The Forgotten Pillar: Defining and Measuring Social Sustainability. Local Environment: International Journal of Justice and Sustainability.
Susan M. Opp and Todd LaPorte. 2016. A Pracademic View of the EPA’s Office of Policy. PS: Political Science and Policy.
Susan M. Opp, Jeffery L. Osgood, and Megan DeMasters. 2016. Exploring the Intersection of Local Economic Development and Sustainability. Journal of Urban Affairs.
Vittorio Merola and Matthew P. Hitt. 2016. Numeracy and the Persuasive Effect of Policy Information and Party Cues. Public Opinion Quarterly. 80(2): 554-562.
Bradley J. Macdonald. 2015. Extricating Politics from a Certain Ontology: A Critical Reading of Multitude. The Anomalist. Issue 1: The Multitude.
Courtenay Daum. 2015. The War on Solicitation and Intersectional Subjection: Quality-of-life Policing as a Tool to Control Transgender Populations. New Political Science. 37:4, 562-581.
Courtenay Daum and Holly Boux. 2015. Stuck between a Rock and a Meth Cooking Husband: What Breaking Bad’s Skyler White Teaches Us About How the War on Drugs and Public Antipathy Constrain Women of Circumstance’s Choices. New Mexico Law Review. 45: Spring 2015, 567-609.
Courtenay Daum and Holly Boux. 2015. At the Intersection of Social Media and Rape Culture: How Facebook, Texting and Other Personal Communications Challenge the ‘Real’ Rape Myth in the Criminal Justice System. Journal of Law, Technology and Policy. 2015: 1, 149-186.
David W. McIvor. 2015. The Cunning of Recognition: Melanie Klein and Contemporary Critical Theory. Contemporary Political Theory. Advance online publication, 27 October 2015; doi:10.20157/cpt.2015.47
David W. McIvor and James Hale. 2015. Urban Agriculture and the Prospects for Deep Democracy. Agriculture and Human Values. Vol. 32, No. 4 (December, 2015).
David W. McIvor. 2015. Pressing the Subject: Critical Theory and the Death Drive. Constellations: Vol. 22, No. 3 (September, 2015). Published online 2 Sep 2014. doi: 10.1111/1467-8675.12110
Dimitris Stevis and Romain Felli. 2015. Just Transitions: Origins and Dimensions. CLR News 4/2015: 14-22 (issue on Construction Labour, Work and Climate Change).
Dimitris Stevis and Romain Felli. 2015. Global Labour Unions and Just Transition to a Green Economy. International Environmental Agreements 15(1): 29-43.
Joanne M. Miller and Kyle L. Saunders. 2015. It's Not All about Resources: Explaining (or Not) the Instability of Individual-Level Political Participation Over Time. American Politics Research 44:6:943-981. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1532673X15599840
Marcela Velasco. 2015. Injustice and Organization in Anchicayá, Colombia: An Environmental Legal Case in a Hydropower Watershed. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability.
Marcela Velasco. 2015. Social Movement Contention in Colombia: 1958-2010. In Almeida, Paul and Allen Cordero, eds. Handbook of Social Movements across Latin America. Springer.
Michele M. Betsill. 2015. NGOs. In Research Handbook on Climate Governance, edited by Karen Bäckstrand and Eva Lövbrand. Edward Elgar Publishing.
Michele Betsill, Navroz Dubash, Matthew Paterson, Harro van Asselt, Antto Vihma, and Harald Winkler. 2015. Building Productive Linkages Between the UNFCCC and the Broader Global Climate Governance Landscape. Global Environmental Politics 15(2): 1-10.
Peter Harris. 2015. The Imminent U.S. Strategic Adjustment to China. The Chinese Journal of International Politics 8, no. 3 (Autumn 2015): 219-250. Selected as “Editor’s Choice” for issue 8, no.3.
Gamze Çavdar and Yavuz Yasar. 2014. Political Unrest and Women in the Middle East: Moving Beyond Culturalism and Formalism Feminist Economics 20(3).
Marcela Velasco. 2014. The Territorialization of Ethno-political Reforms in Colombia: Chocó as a Case Study. Latin American Research Review 49(3): 126-152.
Stephen Mumme, Kimberly Collins, and Jose Luis Castro. 2014. Strengthening Binational Management of the Tijuana River. Vol. 17, Issue II of The University of Denver Water Law Review.