Matthew M Schousen Professor of Government



Schousen, Matthew M. "Toward a Theory of Institutional Reform."Politics and Policy." Forthcoming.

Medvic, Stephen K. and Matthew M. Schousen. "Pennsylvania Seventeen: When Incumbents Clash, Fundamentals Matter." In Outside Money in the 2002 Congressional Elections. Brookings Institution Press. Forthcoming.

Medvic, Stephen K., and Matthew M. Schousen. 2003. "The 2002 Pennsylvania Seventeenth and Sixth Congressional District Races." PS: Political Science and Politics.

Medvic, Stephen K., Matthew M. Schousen and Michael DeGrande. 2003. "Back to Basics in Pennsylvania Seventeen." Campaigns and Elections, 24, no. 7: 20-24.

Canon, David T., Matthew M. Schousen, and Patrick J. Sellers. 1999. "The Supply-Side Theory of Racial Redistricting." Chapter 3 of Race, Redistricting, and Representation: The Politics of Commonality and the Politics of Difference in the U.S. House of Representatives. Edited by David T. canon. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Schousen, Matthew M. 1998. "Factions, Coalitions, and Power in the U.S House of Representatives." Southeastern Political Review, 26 no.4: 839-859.

Schousen, Matthew M. 1998. Review of: The Paradox of Representation: Racial Gerrymandering and Minority Interests in Congress by David Lublin. Journal of Politics, 60 no.3: 1219:1221.

Schousen, Matthew M., David T. Canon, Patrick J. Sellers. 1998. "Congressional Redistricting in North Carolina." Chapter 10 of Race and Redistricting in the 1990s. Edited by Bernard Grofman. Agathon Press.

Sellers, Patrick J., David T. Canon, and Matthew M. Schousen. 1998. "The Supply Side of Redistricting: Race and Redistricting in 1992." Chapter 2 of Race and Redistricting in the 1990s. Edited by Bernard Grofman. Agathon Press.

Schousen, Matthew M. "The Republican Takeover of Congress: A Revolution without Revolutionary Change." A review essay in Congress & Presidency. 24 no. 2 (Fall 1997): 205-213.

Canon, David T.,Matthew M. Schousen, and Patrick J. Sellers. 1996. "The Supply Side of Congressional Redistricting: Race and Strategic Politicians, 1972-1992." Journal of Politics. 58 no.3: 846-862.

Canon, Dvid T., Matthew M. Schousen, and Patrick J. Sellers. "A Formula for Uncertainty: Creating a Black Majority District in North Carolina." In Who Runs for Congress? Ambition, Context, and Candidate Emergence. Edited by Thomas A. Kazee. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly Press, 1994.

Alvarez, R. Michael and Matthew M. Schousen. "Policy Moderation or Conflicting Expectations: Testing the International Models of Split-Ticket Voting." American Politics Quarterly 21 no.4 (Oct. 1993): 410-438.