Judicial Independence and The Politics of Prudence. with Jeffrey Staton and Jordan Holsinger. Book manuscript in preparation
Forthcoming. Michael Bernhard, Allen Hicken, Christopher Reenock, and Staffan I. Lindberg. “Parties, Civil Society, and the Deterrence of Democratic Defection.” Studies in Comparative International Development.
2018. David Konisky and Christopher Reenock. “Policy Geography and Environmental Risk,” Policy Studies Journal. 46(1):7-36.
2015. David Konisky and Christopher Reenock. “Evaluating Fairness in Environmental Regulatory Enforcement.” In David Konisky (Eds.) A False Promise of Justice? Evaluating the Federal Government’s Response to Environmental Inequity. Cambridge: MIT Press.
2013. David Konisky and Christopher Reenock. “Examining Sources of Regulatory Compliance Bias in Policy Implementation.” Journal of Politics. 75(2):506-519.
2013. Christopher Reenock, Jeffrey Staton and Marius Radean. “Legal Institutions and Democratic Survival.” Journal of Politics. 75(2):491-505.
2013. David Konisky and Christopher Reenock. “Case Selection in Public Management Research: Problems and Solutions.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. 23(2):361-393.
2010. Jeffrey Staton and Christopher Reenock. “Substitutable Protections: Socioeconomic Insulation and Credible Commitment Devices.” Political Research Quarterly 63(1):115-128.
2009.Sarah Poggione and Christopher Reenock. “Political Insulation and Legislative Interventions: The Impact of Ex Ante Rule Review on Legislators’ Tactics of Bureaucratic Intervention.” State Politics and Policy Quarterly 9(4).
2008. Christopher Reenock and Brian Gerber. “Information Exchange and Interest Group Enfranchisement through Agency Design.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 18(3):415-440.
2007. Christopher Reenock, Michael Bernhard and David Sobek. “Regressive Socioeconomic Distribution and Democratic Survival.” International Studies Quarterly. 51(3):677-699.
2004. Michael Berkman and Christopher Reenock. “Incremental Consolidation and Comprehensive Reorganization of American State Executive Branches.” American Journal of Political Science 48(4):796- 812.
2004. Christopher Reenock and Sarah Poggione. “Bureaucratic Control by Design: Explaining State Legislators’ Willingness to Use Ex Ante Tactics in Air Pollution Control.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 29(3):383-406.
2004. Michael Bernhard, Christopher Reenock and Timothy Nordstrom. “The Legacy of Western Overseas Colonialism on Democratic Survival.” International Studies Quarterly 48(1):225-250.
2003. Michael Bernhard, Christopher Reenock and Timothy Nordstrom. “Economic Performance and Survival in New Democracies: Is There a Honeymoon Effect?” Comparative Political Studies 36(4):404- 431.
2001. Michael Bernhard, Timothy Nordstrom and Christopher Reenock. “Economic Performance, Institutional Intermediation, and Democratic Survival.” The Journal of Politics 63(3):775-803.
1999. Robert E. O’Connor, Brent Yarnal, Rob Neff, Richard Bord, Nancy Wiefek, Christopher Reenock, Robin Shudak, Christine L. Jocoy, Peter Pascale, and C. Gregory Knight. “Weather and Climate Extremes, Climate Change, and Planning: Views of Community Water System Managers in Pennsylvania’s Susquehanna River Basin.” Journal of the American Water Resources Association 35(6):1411-1419.
1999. April Major and Christopher Reenock. 1999. “Building Computer Connectivity in the Legal Information Infrastructure of Bosnia.” Peaceworks: Journal of the United States Institute of Peace 32:18-21.