Published Papers & Chapters

Published Papers & Chapters

Below are links to my published scholarship beyond my book.  Additionally, you can explore my research at my Google Scholar or SSRN webpages.

Journal Articles

  • Werner, Timothy. 2017. “Investor Reaction to Covert Corporate Political Activity.” Strategic Management Journal 38 (12): 2424–2443. Winner of the Best Proposal with Practical Implications Award of the Stakeholder Strategy Interest Group at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Strategic Management Society. [ Publisher | SSRN ]
     
  • Richter, Brian Kelleher, and Timothy Werner. 2017. “Campaign Contributions from Corporate Executives in Lieu of Political Action Committees.” Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization 33 (3): 443–474. [ Publisher ]
     
  • McDonnell, Mary-Hunter, and Timothy Werner. 2016. “Blacklisted Businesses: Social Activists' Challenges and the Disruption of Corporate Political Activity.” Administrative Science Quarterly. 61 (4): 584–620.  Winner of the Best Conference Paper Prize at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Strategic Management Society. [ Publisher ]
     
  • Werner, Timothy. 2015. “Gaining Access by Doing Good: The Effect of Sociopolitical Reputation on Firm Participation in Public Policymaking.” Management Science 61 (8): 1989–2011. [ Publisher ]
     
  • Werner, Timothy, and John J. Coleman. 2015. “Citizens United, Independent Expenditures, and Agency Costs: Reexamining the Political Economy of State Antitakeover Statutes.” Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 31 (1): 127–159. [ Publisher | SSRN ]
     
  • Werner, Timothy. 2011. “The Sound, the Fury, and the Non-event: Business Power and Market Reactions to the Citizens United Decision.” American Politics Research 39 (1): 118–41.  [ Publisher ]
     
  • Werner, Timothy. 2009. “Congressmen of the Silent South: The Persistence of Southern Racial Liberals, 1949–1964.” Journal of Politics 71 (1): 70–81.  [ Publisher | JSTOR ]
     
  • Werner, Timothy, and Kenneth R. Mayer. 2007. “Public Election Funding, Competition, and Candidate Gender.” PS: Political Science and Politics 40 (4): 661–67.  [ Publisher | JSTOR ]

Book Chapters

  • Richter, Brian Kelleher, and Timothy Werner. 2015. “Sources of Congressional Candidates' Funds: Does Interest Group Money Dominate?” In Interest Group Politics, eds. Allan J. Cigler, Burdett A. Lomis, and Anthony J. Nownes. 9th ed. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press.  [ Publisher | Amazon ]
     
  • Werner, Timothy. 2013.  “Total Executive Compensation and Regulatory Threat.” In Business and Government: Critical Perspectives, eds. Matthew Maguire and Graham K. Wilson. London, UK: Routledge.  [ Publisher | Amazon ]
     
  • Werner, Timothy, and Graham K. Wilson. 2010. “Divided but Strong: Business Representation in Washington, D.C.” In Oxford Handbook of Business and Government, eds. David Coen, Wyn Grant, and Graham K. Wilson. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.  [ Publisher | Amazon ]
     
  • Werner, Timothy, and Graham K. Wilson. 2008. “Interest Groups.” In Comparative Politics, ed. Daniele Caramani. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.  [ Amazon ]
     
  • Mayer, Kenneth R.,  Timothy Werner, and Amanda D. Williams. 2006. “Do Public Funding Programs Enhance Electoral Competition?” In The Marketplace of Democracy: Electoral Competition and American Politics, eds. Michael P. McDonald and John Samples. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution.  [ Publisher | Amazon ]  Reprinted (2008 and 2012) in Election Law: Cases and Materials, eds. Daniel Hayes Lowenstein, Richard L. Hasen, and Daniel P. Tokaji. 4th and 5th ed. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press.  [ Publisher | Amazon ]