My research agenda is broad within the American politics and public policy subfields of political science. My main interests center on the role of political parties, especially within the U.S. Congress. Below are links to published works of mine as well as replication materials (where appropriate). My Google Scholar page may also serve as a useful reference for the impact of my work. Requests for drafts of working papers are welcome. Please feel free to email me your request.
Fagan, E.J., Zachary A. McGee, and Herschel F. Thomas III. 2019. “The Power of the Party: Conflict Expansion and the Agenda Diversity of Interest Groups.” Political Research Quarterly. DOI: 10.1177/1065912919867142 Replication.
McGee, Zachary A. and Bryan D. Jones. 2019. “Reconceptualizing the Policy Subsystem: Integration with Complexity Theory and Social Network Analysis.” Policy Studies Journal. 7(S1): S138–58. DOI: 10.1111/psj.12319
Theriault, Sean M., Alison W. Craig, Rebecca Eissler, Zachary A. McGee, Annelise Russell, and Michelle Whyman. Forthcoming. Current Debates in Congress. New York: Oxford University Press.
Chapters in Edited Volumes
McGee, Zachary A., Brooke N. Shannon, and Bryan D. Jones. 2019. “Bounded Rationality in Political Science.” In Routledge Handbook on Bounded Rationality, eds. Riccardo Viale and Konstantinos Katzikopoulos. New York: Routledge. DOI: Forthcoming.
Shannon, Brooke N., Zachary A. McGee, and Bryan D. Jones. 2019. “Bounded Rationality and Cognitive Limits in Political Decision Making.” In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. New York: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228637.013.961
Jones, Bryan D. and Zachary A. McGee. 2018. “Agenda Setting and Bounded Rationality.” In The Oxford Handbook of Behavioral Political Science. eds. Alex Mintz and Lesley Terris. Oxford: Oxford University Press.DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190634131.013.19
Differential Electoral Coordination of House Republican Intraparty Organizations (In Progress)
Gift Travel in the U.S. House of Representatives (with Philip R. Moniz) (In Progress)
The Demand for Information in Congress: Agenda Setting and the Congressional Research Service (with E.J. Fagan) (In Progress)
Congress and the Federalist Society (with Christine Bird) (In Progress)