John M. de Figueiredo
The Law School and Fuqua School
210 Science Drive, Box 90360
Durham, NC 27708
NBER Program Affiliations:
NBER Affiliation: Research Associate
Institutional Affiliation: Duke University
NBER Working Papers and Publications
|April 2020||Quitting in Protest: Presidential Policymaking and Civil Service Response|
with Charles Cameron: w26944
|January 2020||Innovation in the U.S. Federal Government|
with Joshua R. Bruce
in The Role of Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Economic Growth, Aaron Chatterji, Josh Lerner, Scott Stern, and Michael J. Andrews, editors
|June 2018||Public Contracting for Private Innovation: Government Expertise, Decision Rights, and Performance Outcomes|
with Joshua R. Bruce, Brian S. Silverman: w24724
Published: Bruce, Joshua R., John M. de Figueiredo, and Brian S. Silverman (2019). “Public Contracting for Private Innovation: Government Capabilities, Decision Rights, and Performance Outcomes,” Strategic Management Journal 40(4): 533-555.
|April 2018||Are Recessions Good for Government Hires? The Effect of Unemployment on Public Sector Human Capital|
with Congshan Zhang: w24538
Published: Zhang, Congshang, and John M. de Figueiredo (2018). “Are Recessions Good for Government Hires? The Effect of Unemployment on Public Sector Human Capital,” Economics Letters 170: 1-5.
|October 2017||Signing Statements and Presidentializing Legislative History|
with Edward H. Stiglitz: w23951
Published: de Figueiredo, John M, and Edward H. Stiglitz (2017). “Signing Statements and Presidentializing Legislative History,” Administrative Law Review, 69(4): 841-868.
|June 2017||A Framework for Sharing Confidential Research Data, Applied to Investigating Differential Pay by Race in the U. S. Government|
with Andrés F. Barrientos, Alexander Bolton, Tom Balmat, Jerome P. Reiter, Ashwin Machanavajjhala, Yan Chen, Charles Kneifel, Mark DeLong: w23534
Published: Barrientos, Andres F., Alexander Bolton, Tom Balmat, Jerome P. Reiter, John M. de Figueiredo, Ashwin Machanavajjhala, Yan Chen, Charley Kneifel, and Mark DeLong (2018). “A Framework for Sharing Confidential Research Data, Applied to Investigating Differential Pay by Race in the U.S. Government,” Annals of Applied Statistics 12(2): 1124-1156.
|December 2016||Public Sector Personnel Economics: Wages, Promotions, and the Competence-Control Trade-off|
with Charles M. Cameron, David E. Lewis: w22966
|Elections, Ideology, and Turnover in the U.S. Federal Government|
with Alexander Bolton, David E. Lewis: w22932
Published: Alexander Bolton & John M. De Figueiredo & David Lewis, 2018. "Elections, Ideology, and Turnover in the U.S. Federal Government," Academy of Management Proceedings, vol 2018(1).
|November 2015||Democratic Rulemaking|
with Edward H. Stiglitz: w21765
Published: de Figueiredo, John M., and Jed Stiglitz (2017). “Democratic Rulemaking,” in ed. Francesco Parisi, Oxford Handbook on Law and Economics, Chapter 3, Volume 3: 37-58.
|December 2013||Advancing the Empirical Research on Lobbying|
with Brian Kelleher Richter: w19698
Published: de Figueiredo, John M., and Brian Richter (2014). “Advancing the Empirical Literature in Lobbying,” Annual Review of Political Science, 17: 163-185.
|June 2011||Committee Jurisdiction, Congressional Behavior and Policy Outcomes|
Published: de Figueiredo, John M. (2013). “Committee Jurisdiction, Congressional Behavior, and Policy Outcomes,” Public Choice 154(1-2): 119-137.
|September 2010||Financing Direct Democracy: Revisiting the Research on Campaign Spending and Citizen Initiatives|
with Chang Ho Ji, Thad Kousser: w16356
Published: de Figueiredo, John M., Chang Ho Ji, and Thad Kousser (2011 ) . “Financing Direct Democracy: Revisiting the Literature on Campaign Finance of Initiatives,” Journal of Law, Economics and Organization 27(3): 485-514.
|June 2009||Integrated Political Strategy|
Published: de Figueiredo, John M. (2009). “Integrated Political Strategy,” Advances in Strategic Management, 26: 459-486
|October 2007||How Does the Government (Want to) Fund Science? Politics, Lobbying and Academic Earmarks|
with Brian S. Silverman: w13459
Published: de Figueiredo, John M., and Brian S. Silverman (2007). “How Do We (Want to) Fund Science? Politics, Lobbying, and Academic Earmarks,” in Ronald Ehrenberg (ed). Science and the University. (University of Wisconsin Press: Madison, WI.).
|June 2004||The Timing, Intensity, and Composition of Interest Group Lobbying: An Analysis of Structural Policy Windows in the States|
|When Do Firms Hire Lobbyists? The Organization of Lobbying at the Federal Communications Commission|
with James J. Kim: w10553
Published: de Figueiredo, John M. and James J. Kim. "When Do Firms Hire Lobbyists? The Organization Of Lobbying At The Federal Communications Commission," Industrial and Corporate Change, 2004, v13(6,Dec), 883-900.
|January 2003||Why Is There So Little Money in Politics?|
with Stephen Ansolabehere, James M. Snyder: w9409
Published: Ansolabehere, Stephen, John de Figueiredo, and James M. Snyder. "Why Is There So Little Money in U.S. Politics?" Journal of Economic Perspectives 17, 1 (Winter 2003): 105-130.
|July 2002||Academic Earmarks and the Returns to Lobbying|
with Brian S. Silverman: w9064
Published: de Figueiredo, John M., Brian S. Silverman. "Academic Earmarks and the Returns to Lobbying." Journal of Law and Economics 49, 2 (October 2006): 597-625.
|June 2002||The Allocation of Resources by Interest Groups: Lobbying, Litigation and Administrative Regulation|
with Rui J.P. de Figueiredo: w8981
Published: de Figueiredo, John M. and Rui J. P. de Figueiredo Jr. "The Allocation of Resources by Interest Groups: Lobbying, Litigation and Administrative Regulation." Business and Politics, Volume 4, Number 2, 1 August 2002 , pp. 161-181(21)
|June 2000||The Structure and Conduct of Corporate Lobbying: How Firms Lobby the Federal Communications Commission|
with Emerson H. Tiller: w7726
Published: de Figueiredo, John M. and Emerson H. Tiller. "The Structure and Conduct of Corporate Lobbying: How Firms Lobby the Federal Communications Commission." Journal of Economics and Management Strategy 10, 1 (Spring 2001): 91-122.