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Rachel Augustine Potter
Rachel Augustine Potter
Associate Professor, Department of Politics, University of Virginia
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Bending the rules: Procedural politicking in the bureaucracy
RA Potter
University of Chicago Press, 2019
1662019
Organizational capacity, regulatory review, and the limits of political control
A Bolton, RA Potter, S Thrower
The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 32 (2), 242-271, 2016
962016
The limits of foreign aid diplomacy: How bureaucratic design shapes aid distribution
V Arel-Bundock, J Atkinson, RA Potter
International Studies Quarterly 59 (3), 544-556, 2015
832015
Slow-rolling, fast-tracking, and the pace of bureaucratic decisions in rulemaking
RA Potter
The Journal of Politics 79 (3), 841-855, 2017
802017
Agency rulemaking in a separation of powers system
RA Potter, CR Shipan
Journal of Public Policy 39 (1), 89-113, 2019
63*2019
Congressional oversight revisited: Politics and procedure in agency rulemaking
K Lowande, R Augustine Potter
The Journal of Politics 83 (1), 401-408, 2021
352021
Continuity trumps change: The first year of Trump’s administrative presidency
RA Potter, A Rudalevige, S Thrower, AL Warber
PS: Political Science & Politics 52 (4), 613-619, 2019
232019
A female policy premium? Agency context and women’s leadership in the US Federal Bureaucracy
RA Potter, C Volden
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 31 (1), 91-107, 2021
16*2021
Bureaucratic politics: Blind spots and opportunities in political science
S Brierley, K Lowande, RA Potter, G Toral
Annual Review of Political Science 26, 271-290, 2023
142023
Rulemaking by Contract
BCE Dooling, RA Potter
Admin. L. Rev. 74, 703, 2022
82022
More than spam? Lobbying the EPA through public comment campaigns
RA Potter
Brookings Institution, 2017
72017
Macro Outsourcing: Evaluating Government Reliance on the Private Sector
RA Potter
The Journal of Politics 84 (2), 960-974, 2022
62022
Providing Political Guidance? Agency Politicization and" As If" Policymaking
RA Potter
Journal of Political Institutions and Political Economy 1 (1), 1-26, 2020
42020
Why Trump can't undo the regulatory state so easily
RA Potter
Brookings Institution, 2017
32017
Not by the Numbers: Evaluating Trump's Administrative Presidency
RA Potter, A Rudalevige, S Thrower, AL Warber
Presidential Studies Quarterly 52 (3), 596-625, 2022
22022
The Trump administration’s regulatory corner-cutting
RA Potter
Brookings Institution, 2018
22018
Regulatory lobbying has increased under the Trump administration, but the groups doing the lobbying may surprise you
RA Potter
Brookings Institution, 2018
22018
How the Trump administration can use benefit cost analysis to justify deregulation
RA Potter
Brookings Institution, 2017
22017
Keep calm and regulate on?
RA Potter
Brookings Institution, 2020
12020
Writing the rules of the game: the strategic logic of agency rulemaking
RA Potter
University of Michigan, 2014
12014
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