Recent and/or Relevant Publications
Christensen, Robert K., John Szmer, and Justin Stritch. Forthcoming. “Race and Gender Bias in Three Administrative Contexts: Impact on Work Assignments in State Supreme Courts." Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory
Christensen, Robert K. and John Szmer. 2012. "Examining the Efficiency of the U.S. Courts of Appeals: Pathologies and Prescriptions." International Review of Law and Economics 32(1): 30-37.
Szmer, John, Erin B. Kaheny and Tammy A. Sarver. 2010. “Have We Come a Long Way, Baby?: The Influence of Attorney Gender on Supreme Court Decision Making." Politics and Gender 6(1): 1-36.
Szmer, John, Susan W. Johnson, and Tammy A. Sarver. 2007. “Does the Lawyer Matter? Influencing Outcomes on the Supreme Court of Canada.” Law and Society Review 42(2):279-304.
Szmer, John and Donald R. Songer. 2005. "The Effects of Information on the Accuracy of Presidential Assessments of Supreme Court Nominee Preferences." Political Research Quarterly 58(1): 151-160.