06/02/2009

Gary

Hollibaugh

Gary Hollibaugh

Assistant Professor
gary.hollibaugh@pitt.edu

Education

  • PhD, University of Rochester, Political Science, 2012
  • BA, University of California - San Diego, Political Science and Applied Mathematics, 2006

Select Publications and Funded Research

  • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr. and LawrenceS.Rothenberg, “The Who, When, and Where of Executive Nominations: Integrating Agency Independence and Appointee Ideology.” American Journal of Political Science
  • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr.,  “The Incompetence Trap: The (Conditional) Irrelevance of Agency Expertise.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory
  • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr., “Presidential Appointments and Policy Priorities.” Social Science Quarterly 
  • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr. and Lawrence S. Rothenberg, “The When and Why of Nominations: Determinants of Presidential Appointments.” American Politics Research 
  • Klingler, Jonathan D., Gary E. Hollibaugh, Jr., and Adam J. Ramey, “Don’t Know What You Got: A Bayesian Hierarchical Model of Neuroticism and Nonresponse.” Political Science Research and Methods
  • Ramey, Adam J., Jonathan D. Klingler, and Gary E. Hollibaugh, Jr., “Measuring Elite Personality Using Speech.” Political Science Research and Methods
  • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr., “Presidential Appointments and Public Trust.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 
  • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr., “The Political Determinants of Ambassadorial Appointments.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 
  • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr., “Vacancies, Vetting, and Votes: A Unified Dynamic Model of the Appointments Process.” Journal of heoretical Politics
  • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr., “Naïve Cronyism and Neutral Competence: Patronage, Performance, and Policy Agreement in Executive Appointments.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 
  • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr., Gabriel Horton, and David E. Lewis, “Presidents and Patronage.” American Journal of Political Science 
  • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr., Lawrence S. Rothenberg, and Kristin K. Rulison, “Does It Really Hurt to Be Out of Step?” Political Research Quarterly

Consultancies, Public Service, and Awards/Honors

  • Featured Author, Presidential Studies Quarterly
  • Artinian Award,Southern Political Science Association
  • The Star Lab Conference Presentation Award, University of Rochester
  • Latino Caucus Award, Midwest Political Science Association
  • Prestage-Cook Award, Southern Political Science Association
  • The Star Lab Travel Award, University of Rochester

Other Faculty and Academic Administration Positions

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Notre Dame
  • Faculty Affiliate, Rooney Center for the Study of American Democracy, University of Notre Dame
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Public Administration and Policy, University of Georgia
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Vanderbilt University

 

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