Controversies in Globalization and Public Policy, 2nd Edition, Congressional Quarterly Press, 2013, with Peter M. Haas, 577pp.
Controversies in Globalization and Public Policy, Congressional Quarterly Press, 2009, with Peter M. Haas and Beth McBratney.
Power, Knowledge and Politics: Policy Analysis in the States, Georgetown University Press, 2005.
Controversies in American Public Policy, Second Edition, (with Michael Reese), New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 1999, 356 pp.
Controversies in American Public Policy. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1995, 480 pp.
Superfund: The Political Economy of Environmental Risk, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994, 315 pp.
Journal Articles and Chapters:
"Public Policy's Bibliography: The Use of Research in US Regulatory Impact Analyses" Regulation & Governance (2014 forthcoming) (with Bruce A. Desmarais).
“The Study and Use of Policy Analysis in State Legislatures” International Regional Science Review(special issue; October 2009): 523-535.
“Policy Analysis for What?: The Effectiveness of Nonpartisan Policy Research Organizations” Policy Studies Journal 33(1)(February 2005): 83-105.
“The Distribution of Environmental Quality: An Empirical Analysis” Social Science Quarterly(December 1998): 693-716 (with Michael Reese).
“Improving the Efficiency of Environmental Regulations: The Link to Benefit-Cost Analysis” Corporate Environmental Strategy: The Journal of Environmental Leadership 3(4) (Summer 1996): 33-39.
“Environmental Policy and Equity: The Case of Superfund,” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 12(2) (Spring 1993): 323-43.
“Congressional Voting on Superfund: Self-Interest or Ideology?” Public Choice 77 (October 1993): 333-57.
“The Political Economy of Pork: Project Selection at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,” American Political Science Review 85(2) (June 1991): 429-56.
“The Costs and Benefits of Regulation: Review and Synthesis,” Yale Journal on Regulation 8(1) (Winter 1991): 233-278 (with Robert W. Hahn).
“Superfund Expenditures and Cleanup Priorities: Distributive Politics or the Public Interest?” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 9(4) (Fall 1990): 455-83.
“Housing in San Francisco: Shelter in the Market Economy,” (with John M. Quigley and Michael L. Wiseman) in Bjorn Harsman and John M. Quigley, eds. Housing Markets and Housing Institutions: An International Comparison, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991, pp. 157-205.