Research | Archives

Dissertation

Information Transmission in Congressional Hearings

Time and Punishment: Concession and Blame in Political Standoffs

Dog Whistling

Econ of Information Security

Security Decision Support Challenges in Data Collection and Use

Executive

Information Transmission in Congressional Hearings

Partisan Presidential Influence over U.S. Federal Budgetary Outcomes: Evidence from a Stochastic Decomposition of Executive Budget Proposals

Formal Theory

Information Transmission in Congressional Hearings

Competing Gridlock Models and Status Quo Policies

Dog Whistling

Information

Information Transmission in Congressional Hearings

Judicial

Buying Legislators or Buying Judges? The Impact of Campaign Contributions on State Judicial and Legislative Elections

Legislative

Information Transmission in Congressional Hearings

Competing Gridlock Models and Status Quo Policies

Published

Partisan Presidential Influence over U.S. Federal Budgetary Outcomes: Evidence from a Stochastic Decomposition of Executive Budget Proposals

Competing Gridlock Models and Status Quo Policies

Analysis and Recommendations on the Company-Grade Officer Shortfall in the Reserve Components of the U.S. Army

A Methodology for Comparing Costs and Benefits of Management Alternatives for F-22 Sustainment

The Day After: When Electronic Voting Machines Fail

Security Decision Support Challenges in Data Collection and Use

RAND

Analysis and Recommendations on the Company-Grade Officer Shortfall in the Reserve Components of the U.S. Army

A Methodology for Comparing Costs and Benefits of Management Alternatives for F-22 Sustainment

The Day After: When Electronic Voting Machines Fail

Security Decision Support Challenges in Data Collection and Use

Simulation

Competing Gridlock Models and Status Quo Policies

Under Review

Time and Punishment: Concession and Blame in Political Standoffs

Voting

Dog Whistling

Buying Legislators or Buying Judges? The Impact of Campaign Contributions on State Judicial and Legislative Elections

The Day After: When Electronic Voting Machines Fail

Working Papers

Fear of Failure: Career Concerns and Policy Experimentation in the Lab

Time and Punishment: Concession and Blame in Political Standoffs

Buying Legislators or Buying Judges? The Impact of Campaign Contributions on State Judicial and Legislative Elections

About the Author

Ian P. Cook is a Ph.D. student at the University of Pittsburgh, studying American Politics. He has also been a researcher with the RAND Corporation. No material on this site implies endorsement by either institution.