greg goelzhauser

book

Choosing State Supreme Court Justices: Merit Selection and the Consequences of Institutional Reform
Temple University Press (2016)

articles

Does Merit Selection Work? Evidence from Commission and Gubernatorial Choices
Journal of Law & Courts (forthcoming)

Concurring and Dissenting without Opinion
Journal of Supreme Court History (2017)
(with Madelyn Fife, Kaylee Hodgson, and Nicole Vouvalis)

The State of American Federalism 2016-2017: Policy Reversals and Partisan Perspectives on Intergovernmental Relations
Publius: The Journal of Federalism (2017) [invited for special issue]
(with Shanna Rose)

Silent Concurrences
Constitutional Commentary (2016)

Graveyard Dissents on the Burger Court
Journal of Supreme Court History (2015)

Justice Blackmun's Blood Oath
Green Bag 2d (2015)

Silent Acquiescence on the Supreme Court
Justice System Journal (2015)

Amicus Coalition Heterogeneity and Signaling Credibility in Supreme Court Agenda Setting
Publius: The Journal of Federalism (2015)
(with Nicole Vouvalis)

The Political Geography of Plea Bargaining in Federal Death Penalty Cases
New Mexico Law Review (2015) [symposium on Breaking Bad]

Judicial Independence and Opinion Clarity on State Supreme Courts
State Politics & Policy Quarterly (2014)
(with Damon Cann)

Analyzing Text Complexity in Political Science Research
PS: Political Science & Politics (2014)
(with Damon Cann and Kaylee Johnson)

Presidential Rhetoric Toward the Supreme Court
Judicature (2014)
(with Bethany Blackstone)

State Coordinating Institutions and Agenda Setting on the U.S. Supreme Court
American Politics Research (2013)
(with Nicole Vouvalis)

Prosecutorial Discretion Under Resource Constraints: Budget Allocations and Local Death-Charging Decisions
Judicature (2013)

Accountability and Judicial Performance: Evidence from Case Dispositions
Justice System Journal (2012)

Avoiding Constitutional Cases
American Politics Research (2011)

Diversifying State Supreme Courts
Law & Society Review (2011)

Price Squeeze in a Deregulated Electric Power Market
Florida State University Law Review (2004) [student comment]