Publications

Link to my Google Scholar citations webpage: https://goo.gl/gi6Fie

[30] Flavin, Patrick. Forthcoming. “State Medicaid Expansion and Citizens’ Quality of Life.” Social Science Quarterly. [Online Appendix]

[29] Flavin, Patrick. Forthcoming. “Labor Union Strength and the Equality of Political Representation.” British Journal of Political Science.

[28] Flavin, Patrick and William W. Franko. 2017. “Government’s Unequal Attentiveness to Citizens’ Political Priorities.” Policy Studies Journal 45(4): 659-87.

[27] Altman, David, Patrick Flavin, and Benjamin Radcliff. 2017. “Democratic Institutions and Subjective Well-Being.” Political Studies 65(3): 685-704.

[26] Flavin, Patrick and Michael T. Hartney. 2017. “Racial Inequality in Democratic Accountability: Evidence from Retrospective Voting in Local Elections.” American Journal of Political Science 61(3): 684-97.

[25] Flavin, Patrick and Julie Nelson. 2017. “District Voter Turnout and Dyadic Representation in Congress.” Congress & the Presidency 44(2): 201-11.

[24] Flavin, Patrick and Gregory Shufeldt. 2016. “Party Competition and Citizens’ Political Attitudes in the American States.” Electoral Studies 44: 235-44.

[23] Flavin, Patrick and Gregory Shufeldt. 2016. “Labor Union Membership and Life Satisfaction in the United States.” Labor Studies Journal 41(2): 171-84.

[22] Flavin, Patrick and Michael T. Hartney. 2015. “When Government Subsidizes Its Own: Collective Bargaining Laws as Agents of Political Mobilization.” American Journal of Political Science 59(4): 896-911. [Supporting Information]

[21] Flavin, Patrick and Gregory Shufeldt. 2015. “State Party Competition and Citizens’ Political Engagement.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties 25(4): 444-62.

[20] Flavin, Patrick. 2015. “Campaign Finance Laws, Policy Outcomes, and Political Equality in the American States.” Political Research Quarterly 68(1): 77-88. [Supplemental Material]

[19] Flavin, Patrick. 2015. “Lobbying Regulations and Political Equality in the American States.” American Politics Research 43(2): 304-26.

[18] Flavin, Patrick. 2015. “Direct Democracy and Political Equality in the American States.” Social Science Quarterly 96(1): 119-32.

[17] Flavin, Patrick. 2014. “State Campaign Finance Laws and the Equality of Political Representation.” Election Law Journal 13(3): 362-74.

[16] Flavin, Patrick, Alexander C. Pacek, and Benjamin Radcliff. 2014. “Assessing the Impact of the Size and Scope of Government on Human Well-Being.” Social Forces 92(4): 1241-58. [Online Appendix]

[15] Hartney, Michael and Patrick Flavin. 2014. “The Political Foundations of the Black-White Education Achievement Gap.” American Politics Research 42(1): 3-33.

[14] Flavin, Patrick and Richard Ledet. 2013. “Religion and Government Corruption in the American States.” Public Integrity 15(4): 329-43.

[13] Flavin, Patrick. 2013. “Policy Representation and Evaluations of State Government.” State and Local Government Review 45(3): 139-52. [Additional Analyses]

[12] Flavin, Patrick. 2012. “Does Higher Voter Turnout Among the Poor Lead to More Equal Policy Representation?.” Social Science Journal 49(4): 405-12.

[11] Shufeldt, Gregory and Patrick Flavin. 2012. “Two Distinct Concepts: Party Competition in Government and Electoral Competition in the American States.” State Politics & Policy Quarterly 12(3): 330-42.

[10] Flavin, Patrick and Michael J. Keane. 2012. “Life Satisfaction and Political Participation: Evidence from the United States.” Journal of Happiness Studies 13(1): 63-78.

[9] Flavin, Patrick. 2012. “Income Inequality and Policy Representation in the American States.” American Politics Research 40(1): 29-59.

[8] Flavin, Patrick and Benjamin Radcliff. 2011. “Labor Union Membership and Voting Across Nations.” Electoral Studies 30(4): 633-41.

[7] Hartney, Michael and Patrick Flavin. 2011. “From the Schoolhouse to the Statehouse: Teacher Union Political Activism and U.S. State Education Reform Policy.” State Politics & Policy Quarterly 11(3): 251-68.

[6] Griffin, John D. and Patrick Flavin. 2011. “How Citizens and Their Legislators Prioritize Spheres of Representation.” Political Research Quarterly 64(3): 520-33.

[5] Flavin, Patrick, Alexander C. Pacek, and Benjamin Radcliff. 2011. “State Intervention and Subjective Well-Being in Advanced Industrial Democracies.” Politics & Policy 39(2): 251-69.

[4] Flavin, Patrick, Alexander C. Pacek, and Benjamin Radcliff. 2010. “Labor Unions and Life Satisfaction: Evidence from New Data.” Social Indicators Research 98(3): 435-49.

[3] Flavin, Patrick and John D. Griffin. 2009. “Policy, Preferences, and Participation: Government’s Impact on Democratic Citizenship.” Journal of Politics 71(2): 544-59.

[2] Flavin, Patrick and Benjamin Radcliff. 2009. “Public Policies and Suicide Rates in the American States.” Social Indicators Research 90(2): 195-209.

[1] Griffin, John D. and Patrick Flavin. 2007. “Racial Differences in Information, Expectations, and Accountability.” Journal of Politics 69(1): 220-36.

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