Research

Peer-reviewed Articles

  • Miller, Susan M., Jill Nicholson-Crotty, and Sean Nicholson-Crotty. “The Consequences of Legislative Term Limits for Policy Diffusion.” accepted for publication in Political Research Quarterly.
  • Miller, Susan M. “How electoral incentives shape performance measurement efforts.” Public Administration, first published September 8, 2017.
  • Miller, Susan M., Christopher Witko, and Neal D. Woods. “How the Unorganized Mass Public (Sometimes) Gets Represented in Regulatory Politics.” Political Research Quarterly, first published August 17, 2017.
  • Miller, Susan M. 2016. “Public Support for Sale: Government Spending and Public Approval of Federal Agency Performance.” American Politics Research 44(3): 523-547.
  • Miller, Susan M., Eve M. Ringsmuth, and Joshua M. Little. 2015. “Pushing Constitutional Limits in the U.S. States: Legislative Professionalism and Judicial Review of State Laws by the U.S. Supreme Court.” State Politics & Policy Quarterly 15(4): 476-491.
  • Miller, Susan M. 2015. “The Relationship Between Short-term Political Appointments and Bureaucratic Performance: The Case of Recess Appointments in the U.S.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 25(3): 777-796.
  • Miller, Susan M. and Stephanie Moulton. 2014. “Publicness in Policy Environments: A Multi-Level Analysis of Substance Abuse Treatment Services.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 24(3): 553-589.
  • Miller, Susan M. and L. Marvin Overby. 2014. “Discharge Petitions and the Conditional Nature of Agenda Control in the U.S. House of Representatives.” Party Politics 20(3): 444-455.
  • Miller, Susan M. and Lael R. Keiser. 2013. “State Governments as Entrepreneurs in Securing Federal Benefits for Their Citizens.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 43(4): 497-526.
  • Miller, Susan M. 2013. “Administering Representation: The Role of Elected Administrators in Translating Citizens’ Preferences into Public Policy.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 23(4): 865-897.
  • Miller, Susan M. and Peverill Squire. 2013. “Who Rebelled? An Analysis of the Motivations of the Republicans Who Voted Against Speaker Cannon.” American Politics Research 41(3): 387-416.
  • Nicholson-Crotty, Jill and Susan M. Miller. 2012. “Bureaucratic Effectiveness and Influence in the Legislature.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 22: 347-371.
  • Miller, Susan M., Jill Nicholson-Crotty, and Sean Nicholson-Crotty. 2011. “Reexamining the Institutional Effects of Term Limits in U.S. State Legislatures.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 36: 71-97.
  • Keiser, Lael R. and Susan M. Miller. 2010. “The Impact of Organized Interests on Eligibility Determination: The Case of Veterans’ Disability Compensation.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 20: 505-531.
  • Miller, Susan M. and L. Marvin Overby. 2010. “Parties, Preferences, and Petitions: Discharge Behavior in the Modern House.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 35: 187-209.