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  1. Bendor, J., Diermeier, D., Siegel, D. A., Ting, M. M. (2011). A Behavioral Theory of Elections. New Jersey: Princeton University Press.
    1. Finalist – William H. Riker Award for best book published in 2011 in political economy
  2. Diermeier, D. (2011). Reputation Rules: Strategies for Building Your Company’s Most Valuable Asset. New York: McGraw-Hill.
    1. Simplified Chinese translation published in People’s Republic of China, Spring 2013
    2. Audio book version –, March 2013
    3. BusinessWeek- Business Summer 2012 Reading List
    4. Traditional Chinese translation published by McGraw-Hill Education Taiwan, May 2012
    5. Special Indian edition published by McGraw-Hill Education with Tata Publishing. May 2012
    6. Japanese translation published by Hankyu. Tokyo, March 2012
    7. Winner of the 2011 Chookaszian Prize in Risk Management
    8. 800 CEO Read – Best Business Book of 2011 Nominee
  3. Lyon, T.P., Diermeier, D. Dowell, G., (Eds.) (2014)  Corporate Sustainability.  (4 Volumes). London, England:  SAGE.
  4. Abito, J.M, Besanko, D, and Diermeier, D. (2019). Corporate Social Responsibility, Reputation and Private Politics: The Strategic Interaction between Activists and Firms. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.


  1. Diermeier, D., Prato, C. & Vlaicu, R.  (Forthcoming). Self-Enforcing Partisan Procedures. Journal of Politics.
  2. Andonie C. & Diermeier D. Impressionable Voters. (2019). American Economic Journal: Microeconomics 11(1):1-27.
  3. Diermeier, D., Egorov, G., and Sonin, K. (2017). Political Economy of Redistribution. Econometrica.
  4. Diermeier, D., & Li, C. (2017). Electoral Control with Behavioral Voters. Journal of Politics.
  5. Diermeier, D., Prato, C. & Vlaicu, R. (2016). A Bargaining Model of Endogenous Procedures. Social Choice and Welfare.47(4):985-1012.
  6. Soderstrom, S.B.; Uzzi, B.; Rucker, D.; Fowler, J. & Diermeier, (2016). Timing Matters: How Social Influence Affects Adoption Pre- and Post-Product Release. Sociological Science. DOI 10.15195/v3.a40
  7. Tierney, W; Schweinsberg, M;  Jordan, J; Kennedy, D; Qureshi, I; Sommers, S.A.; Thornley, N; Madan, N; Vianello, M; Awtrey, E; Lei Zhu, L; Diermeier, D; Heinze, J; Srinivasan, M; Tannenbaum, D; Bivolaru, E; Dana, J; Davis-Stober, C;  du Plessis, C; Gronau, Q; Hafenbrack, Yi Liao, E; Ly, A; Marsman, M; Murase, T; Schaerer, M; Tworek, C; Wagenmakers, E; Wong, L; Anderson, T; Christopher W. Bauman, C; Bedwell, W;  Brescoll, V;  Canavan, A; Chandler, J; Cheries, E; Cheryan, S; Cheung, F; Cimpian, A; Clark, M; Cordon, D; Cushman, F; Ditto, P; Amell, A; Frick, S; Gamez-Djokic, M; Grady, R; Graham, J; Gu, J; Hahn, A; Hanson, B; Hartwich, N;  Hein, K; Inbar, Y; Jiang, L; Kellogg, T; Legate, N; Luoma, T; Maibeucher, H; Meindl, P;  Miles, J; Mislin, A; Molden, D; Moty, M; Newman, G; Ngo, H;  Packham, H; Ramsay, P.S.; Ray, J; Sackett, A; Selliers, A; Sokolova, T;  Sowden, W; Storage, D; Sun, X; Van Bavel, J; Washburn, A; Wei, C; Wetter, E; Wilson, C; Darroux, S;  & Uhlmann, E. (Forthcoming). Data Descriptor: Data from a pre-publication independent replication initiative examining ten moral judgement effects. (2016). Nature: Scientific Data DOI:10.1038/sdata.2016.82
  8. Bendor, J., Diermeier, D. and Ting, M. M. (2016). Inequality, Aspirations, and Social Comparisons Political Science Research and Methods 4(3): 451-476.
  9. Schweinsberg, M., Madan, N., Vianello, M., Sommer, S. A., Jordan, J., Tierney, W., Awtrey, E., Zhu, L., Diermeier, D., Heinze, J., Srinivasan, M., Tannenbaum, D., Bivolaru, E., Dana, J., Davis-Stober, C. P., Du Plessis, C. Gronau, Q. F., Hafenbrack, A. C., Liao, E. Y., Ly, A., Marsman, M., Murase, T., Qureshi, I., Schaerer, M., Thornley, N., Tworek, C. M., Wagenmakers, E-J., Wong, L., Anderson, T., Bauman, C. W., Bedwell, W. L., Brescoll, V., Canavan, A., Chandler, J. J., Cheries, E., Cheryan, S., Cheung, F., Cimpian, A., Clark, M., Cordon, D., Cushman, F., Ditto, P. H., Donahue, T., Frick, S. E., Gamez-Djokic, M., Hofstein Grady, R., Graham, J., Gu, J., Hahn, A., Hanson, B. E., Hartwich, N. J., Hein, K., Inbar, Y., Jiang, L., Kellogg, T., Kennedy, D. M., Legate, N., Luoma, T. P., Maibeucher, H., Meindl, P., Miles, J., Mislin, A., Molden, D. C., Motyl, M., Newman, G., Ngo, H. H., Packham, H., Ramsay, P. S., Ray, J. L., Sackett, A. M., Sellier, A-L., Sokolova, T., Sowden, W., Storage, D., Sun, X., Van Bavel, J. J., Washburn, A. N., Wei, C., Wetter, E., Wilson, C., Darroux, S-C., & Uhlmann, E. L. (2016). The Pipeline Project: Pre-Publication Independent Replications of a Single Laboratory’s Research Pipeline. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 66: 55-67.
  10. Abito, J., Besanko, D., & Diermeier, D. (2016). Corporate Reputational Dynamics, Private Regulation, and Activist Pressure. Advances in Strategic Management 34: 235 – 299.
  11. Diermeier, D. (2016). Reputational Dynamics. In Carroll, C.E. (Ed.) The SAGE Encyclopedia of Corporate Reputation. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE
  12. Sagi, E., & Diermeier, D. (2015). Language Use as a Measure of Trust in Multiparty Negotiations. Cognitive Science. doi: 1111/cogs.12325.
  13. Uhlmann, E.L., Pizarro, D., & Diermeier, D. (2015). A Person-Centered Approach to Moral Judgment. Perspectives on Psychological Science: 10: 72-81.
  14. Rai, T., & Diermeier, D. (2015) Corporations are Cyborgs. When Organizations can Think but cannot Feel, they Elicit Anger as Perpetrators, but Fail to Elicit Sympathy as Victims. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 126: 18-26.
  15. Diermeier, D., Prato, C., & Vlaicu, R. (2014). Procedural Choice in Majoritarian OrganizationsAmerican Journal of Political Science. doi: 10.1111/ajps.12142.
  16. Diermeier, D. (2014). Anticipation and Management of Reputational Risk in Banking and Financial Services. Banking Perspective 2-3: 58-64.
  17. Lyon, T.P., Diermeier, D. & Dowell, G. (2014). Corporate Sustainability. In Lyon, T.P., Diermeier, D. Dowell, G. (Eds.)  Corporate Sustainability.  (4 Volumes). London, England:
  18. Heinze, J., Uhlmann, E.L., & Diermeier, D. (2014). Unlikely allies:  Credibility transfer during a corporate crisisJournal of Applied Social Psychology. DOI: 10.1111/jasp.12227
  19. Diermeier, D. (2014). Positive political theory. Encyclopedia of Political Thought. Hoboken:  Wiley-Blackwell.
  20. Diermeier, D. (2014). Formal models of legislatures. In S. Martin, T. Saalfeld, and K. Strøm (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Legislative Studies. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.
  21. Blythe, B. & Diermeier, D. (2014). Reputation management. In B. Blythe. A Manager’s Guide to Crisis Leadership. 2nd Edition. Brookfield, CN; Rothstein.
  22. Uhlmann, E. L., Zhu, L. & Diermeier, D. (2014).  When actions speak volumes:  The role of inferences about moral character in outrage over racial bigotryEuropean Journal of Social Psychology 44 (1). 23-29 DOI: 10.1002/ejsp.1987.
  23. Austen-Smith, D., Diermeier, D. & E. Zemel (2014). Unintended acceleration:  Toyota’s recall crisis.  In Anthony, R. Govindarajan, V., Hartmann, F., Kraus, K. & Nilsson, G. (Eds.)  Management Control Systems, First European Edition.  London, England:  McGraw Hill.
  24. Melo, H.P.M., Franks, A., Moreira, A., Diermeier, D., Andrade Jr., J.S., & Amaral, L.A.N. (2013). A solution to the challenge of optimization on “Golf-Course”- like fitness landscapes. PLoS ONE DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0078401
  25. Sagi E., Diermeier D., Kaufmann S. (2013). Identifying issue frames in text. PLoS ONE, 8(7), e69185. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0069185.
  26. Kim, H.D., Castellanos, M., Hsu, M., Zhai, C. X. Reitz, T. & Diermeier, D. (2013). Mining causal topics in text data:  Iterative topic modeling with time series feedback. Proceedings of the 22nd Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM 2013).
  27. Sales-Pardo, M., Diermeier, D., & Amaral, L.A.N. (2013). The impact of individual biases on consensus formationPLoS ONE 8(5): e58989. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0058989
  28. Sagi E., & Diermeier D. (2013).  The time course of language use in multiparty negotiations.  In M. Knauff, M. Pauen, & I. Wachsmuth (Eds.), Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Soceity (CogSci2013 – pp.3343-3347).  Austin:  Cognitive Science Society.
  29. Diermeier, D. & Fong, P. (2012). Non-cooperative characterizations of the Von Neumann-Morgenstern stable sets in dynamic policy-making with a persistent agenda setter. Games and Economic Behavior 76(1):349-353.
  30. Kim, H.D., Zhai, C., Rietz, T., Diermeier, D., Hsu, M., & Castellanos, M. (2012). InCaToMi: Integrative causal topic miner between textual and non-textual time series data. Proceedings of 21st Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM 2012).
  31. Jordan, J., Diermeier, D., & Galinsky, A. G. (2012). The strategic samaritan: How effectiveness and proximity affect corporate responses to external crises. Business Ethics Quarterly 22(4):621-648 [Lead Article].
  32. Tannenbaum D., Uhlmann, E.L., & Diermeier, D. (2012). Moral signals, public outrage, and immaterial harms. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47:1249-1254.
  33. Baron, D., Diermeier, D., & Fong, P. (2012). A dynamic theory of parliamentary democracy. Economic Theory 49(1):703-738.
  34. Swaab, R.I., Diermeier, D., Galinsky, A. & Medvec, V. (2012). The communication orientation model: Explaining the diverse effects of sight, sound, and synchronicity on negotiation and group decision making outcomes. Personality and Social Psychology Review 16(1): 25-53.
  35. Diermeier, D., Yu, B., Kaufmann, S., & Godbout, J.F. (2012). Language and ideology in Congress. British Journal of Political Science 42(1):31-55.
  36. Diermeier, D. (2011). The need for reputation management capabilities. European Business Review (p.46-50).
  37. Diermeier, D., & Fong, P. (2011). Legislative bargaining with reconsideration. Quarterly Journal of Economics 126(2):895-946.
  38. Diermeier, D., & Vlaicu, R. (2011). Legislative success. Review of Economic Studies 78(3): 846-871.
  39. Diermeier, D., & Vlaicu, R. (2011). Parties, coalitions, and the internal organization of legislatures. American Political Science Review 105: 359-380.
  40. Diermeier, D., & Fong, P. (2011). Bargaining over the budget. Social Choice and Welfare 36 (3-4): 565-589.
  41. Diermeier, D., Huffaker, D., & Swaab, R.I. (2011). The language of coalition formation in online multiparty negotiations. Journal of Language and Social Psychology 30(1):66-81.
  42. Diermeier, D. (2011). Coalition Experiments. In J. N. Druckman, D. P. Green, J. H. Kuklinski, and A. Lupia (Eds.) Handbook of Experimental Political Science (399-412). New York: Cambridge University Press.
    1. Winner of Robert E. Lane Award Co-Winner for the best book published in political psychology published in 2011. Awarded by the Political Psychology Section of the American Political Science Association
    2. Best Book Award for best book published in 2011 that either uses or is about experimental research methods in the study of politics. Awarded by the Experimental Research Section of the American Political Science Association
  43. Diermeier, D. (2011). The Cost of Reputation: The Impact of Events on a Company’s Financial Performance. In A. Hiles (Ed.) Reputation Management, Building and Protecting your Company’s Profile in a Digital World (153-162). London: Bloomsbury Publishing.
  44. Diermeier, D. (2011). Public Acceptance and the Regulation of Emerging Technologies – The Role of Private Politics.  In D. Dana (Ed.). The Nanotechnology Challenge (63-83). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  45. Palamountain, K.M., Stewart, K.A., Diermeier, D., Krauss, A., & Kelso, D. (2010). University leadership for innovation in global health and HIV/AIDS diagnostics. Global Public Health 5 (2): 189-196.
  46. Beigman Klebanov, B., Beigman, E., & Diermeier, D. (2010). Vocabulary choice as an indicator of perspective. Proceedings of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics: 253-258.
  47. Swaab, R.I., Diermeier, D., Kern, M., & Medvec, V. (2009). Who says what to whom? Effects of communicator and content awareness on coalition formation. Social Cognition 27: 381-397.
  48. Beigman Klebanov, B., Beigman, E., & Diermeier, D. (2009). Discourse topics and metaphors. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Computational Approaches to Linguistic Creativity at the Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: 1-8.
  49. Majumder, S.R., Diermeier, D., Rietz, T. & Amaral, L.A.N. (2009). Price dynamics in political prediction markets. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. [Cover Article.] 106(3): 679-684
  50. Seaver, S.M.D., Diermeier, D., Malmgren, R.D., Moreira, A.M., Sales-Pardo, M., & Amaral, L.A.N. (2009). Micro-bias and macro-performance. The European Physical Journal B 67: 367-375.
  51. Beigman-Klebanov, B., Beigman, E., & Diermeier, D. (2008). Lexical cohesion analysis of political speech. Political Analysis, 16(4): 447-463. Reprinted. (2010) W. Paul Vogt (Ed.) Data Collection. SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods. London, UK: SAGE Publications.
  52. Diermeier, D., & Van Mieghem, J. (2008). Coordination and turnout in large elections.  Mathematical and Computer Modeling, 48, 1478-1496.
  53. Diermeier, D., & Van Mieghem, J. (2008). Voting with your pocket book: A stochastic model of consumer boycotts.  Mathematical and Computer Modeling, 48, 1497-1509.
  54. Diermeier, D., Swaab, R.I., Medvec, V., & Kern, M. (2008). The micro-dynamics of coalition formation. Political Research Quarterly, 61(3), 484-501.
  55. Yu, B., Diermeier, D., & Kaufmann, S. (2008). Ideology classifiers for political speech. Journal of Information Technology and Politics, 5, 33-48.
  56. Beigman-Klebanov, B., Beigman, E., & Diermeier, D. (2008). Automatic annotation of semantic fields for political science research. Journal of Information Technology and Politics, 5, 95-120.
  57. Beigman-Klebanov, B., Beigman, E., & Diermeier, D. (2008). Analyzing disagreements. Proceedings of the Coling 2008 Workshop on Human Judgments in Computational Linguistics. Association for Computational Linguistics.
  58. Yu, B., Diermeier, D., & Kaufmann, S. (2008). Exploring the characteristics of opinion expressions for political opinion classification. Proceedings of the 9th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research (82-91). Montreal, Canada: Digital Government Society of North America.
  59. Swaab, R.I., Diermeier, D., Phillips, K.W., & Medvec, V. (2008). The pros and cons of dyadic conversations in groups: The impact of communication opportunities on group decisions. Small Group Research, 39(3).
  60. Diermeier, D., & Fong, P. (2008). Policy persistence in multi-party parliamentary democracies. In E. Helpman (Ed.), Institutions and economic performance (361-405). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  61. Diermeier, D. (2008). Managing public reputation. In B. Calder (Ed.), Kellogg on advertising and the media (178-195). Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.
  62. Bendor, J., Diermeier, D., & Ting, M. (2007). Adaptive models in sociology: The problem of empirical content. American Journal of Sociology, 112, 1534-45.
  63. Diermeier, D., & Andonie, C. (2007). Spontaneous coordination. Proceedings of the Agent 2007 Workshop on Complex Interaction and Social Emergence (329-341)Argonne National Laboratory.
  64. Diermeier, D., Eraslan, H., & Merlo, A. (2007). Bicameralism and government formation. Quarterly Journal of Political Science, 2, 1-26.
  65. Baron, D., & Diermeier, D. (2007). Strategic activism and non-market strategy. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 16(3), 599-634.
    1. Reprinted in Lyon, T.P., Diermeier, D. Dowell, G., Editors (2014) Corporate Sustainability.  (4 Volumes). London, England:
  66. Diermeier, D. (2007). Private politics: A research agenda. The Political Economist, XIV, 1-2.
  67. Diermeier, D. (2007). From corporate social responsibility to values-based management. In A. Dayal-Gulati & M. Finn (Eds.), Global corporate citizenship (1-23). Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.
  68. Diermeier, D. (2007). Arguing for computational power. [Review of J.M. Epstein, Generative social science: Studies in agent-based computational modeling]. Science, 318, 918-919.
  69. Diermeier, D. and S. Gailmard. (2006). Self-interest, inequality, and entitlement in majoritarian decision-making. Quarterly Journal of Political Science, 1(4), 327-350
  70. Seaver, S.M.D., Malmgren, R.D., Moreira, A.A., Sales-Pardo, M., Diermeier, D., & Amaral, L.A.N. (2006). Social cognition in complex team networks. Proceedings of the 2005 Workshop on Social Agents. Argonne National Laboratory.
  71. Diermeier, D., Hopp, W.J., & Iravani, S. (2006). Innovating under pressure: Towards a science of crisis management. National Bureau of Economic Research’s Innovation Policy and the Economy Series, 7.
  72. Diermeier, D. (2006). Coalition government. In B. Weingast & D. Wittman (Eds.), Oxford handbook of political economy (162-179). Oxford University Press.
  73. Diermeier, D. (2006). A strategic perspective on corporate social responsibility. In N. Pless & T. Maak (Eds.), Responsible leadership (155-169). Routledge.
  74. Diermeier, D., Eraslan, H., & Merlo, A. (2006). The effects of constitutions on coalition governments in parliamentary democracies. In R. Congleton & B. Swedenborg (Eds.), Democratic constitutional design and public policy: Analysis and evidence (133-162). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  75. Diermeier, D., & Morton, R. (2005). Proportionality versus perfectness: Experiments in majoritarian bargaining. In D. Austen-Smith & J. Duggan (Eds.), Social choice and strategic decisions: Essays in the honor of Jeffrey S. Banks (201-227). Berlin et al.: Springer.
  76. Diermeier, D., Keane, M., & Merlo, A. (2005). A political economy model of congressional careers. American Economic Review, 95(1), 347-373.
  77. Amaral, L.A.N., Mathur, A., Moreira, A.A., & Diermeier, D. (2005). Efficient system-wide coordination in modular networks. In D. Sachar & C. Macal (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2004 Workshop on Social Agents: Ecology, Exchange, and Evolution. Argonne National Laboratory.
  78. Moreira, A.A., Mathur, A., Diermeier, D., & Amaral, L.A.N. (2004). Efficient system-wide coordination in noisy environments using heuristic methods. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 101, 12085-90.
  79. Diermeier, D. (2004). From minimizing liability to maximizing opportunity: Crisis management with application to the natural resources industries. Proceedings of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Fiftieth Annual Institute, 2, 1-19.
  80. Diermeier, D., & Merlo, A. (2004). An empirical investigation of coalitional bargaining procedures. Journal of Public Economics, 88(3-4), 783-797.
  81. Bendor, J., Diermeier, D., & Ting, M. (2003). A behavioral model of turnout. American Political Science Review, 97(2).
  82. Diermeier, D., & Krehbiel, K. (2003). Institutionalism as a methodology. Journal of Theoretical Politics, 15(2), 123-144.
  83. Diermeier, D., Eraslan, H., & Merlo, A. (2003). A structural model of government formation. Econometrica, 71(1), 27-70.
  84. Bendor, J., Diermeier, D., & Ting, M. (2003). Some methodological issues in models of reinforcement learning. Proceedings of the 2002 Workshop on Social Agents: Ecology, Exchange, and Evolution. Argonne National Laboratory.
  85. Bendor, J., Diermeier, D., & Ting, M. (2003). Recovering Behavioralism: Adaptively rational strategic behavior with endogenous aspirations. In K. Kollman & S. Page (Eds.), Computational political economy (213-274). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  86. Diermeier, D., Eraslan, H., & Merlo, A. (2002). Coalition government and comparative constitutional design. European Economic Review, 46, 893-907.
  87. Diermeier, D. (2002). Some conceptual issues in institutionalist theories of politics. In H.P. Burth & T. Pluemper (Eds.), Jahrbuch fuer Handlungs und Entscheidungs Theorie [Yearbook of theory of decision and action] (31-56). Leske+Budrich.
  88. Bendor, J., Diermeier, D., & Ting, M. (2001). Aspiration-based adaptation in games. Proceedings of the 2000 Workshop on Simulation of Social Agents: Architecture and Institutions, 144-162. Argonne National Laboratory.
  89. Baron, D., & Diermeier, D. (2001). Elections, governments, and parliaments in proportional representation systems. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 116(3), 933-967.
    1. Reprinted in T. Dewan, K. Dowding, K. A. Shepsle (Eds). (2009) Rational Choice Politics, 283-312. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.
  90. Diermeier, D., & Stevenson, R. (2000). Cabinet terminations and critical events. American Political Science Review, 94(3), 627-640.
  91. Diermeier, D., & Merlo, A. (2000). Government turnover in parliamentary democracies. Journal of Economic Theory, 94, 46-79.
  92. Diermeier, D., & Feddersen, T.J. (2000). Information and congressional hearings. American Journal of Political Science, 44(1), 51-65.
  93. Diermeier, D., & Myerson, R.B. (1999). Bicameralism and its consequences for the internal organization of legislatures. American Economic Review, 89(5), 1182-1196.
    1. Reprinted in T. Dewan, K. Dowding, K. A. Shepsle (Eds). (2009) Rational Choice Politics, 163-184. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.
  94. Diermeier, D., & Stevenson, R. (1999). Cabinet survival and competing risks. American Journal of Political Science, 43(5), 1051-1098.
  95. Diermeier, D., & Feddersen, T.J. (1998). Cohesion in legislatures and the Vote of Confidence procedure. American Political Science Review, 92(3), 611-621.
    1. Reprinted in T. Dewan, K. Dowding, K. A. Shepsle (Eds). (2009). Rational Choice Politics (324-333). Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.
  96. Diermeier, D., & Feddersen, T.J. (1998). Comparing constitutions: Cohesion and distribution in legislatures. European Economic Review, 42(3-5), 665-672.
  97. Diermeier, D., & van Roozendaal, P. (1998). The duration of cabinet formation processes in Western multi‑party democracies. British Journal of Political Science, 28, 609-626.
  98. Diermeier, D., Ericson, J., Frye, T., & Lewis, S. (1997). Credibility and commitment: The case of property rights. In D. Weimer (Ed.), The political economy of property rights (20-42). Cambridge (UK) University Press.
  99. Diermeier, D. (1997). [Review of J.H. Aldrich, ‘Why parties?’ ( in German) ]. Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 4, 886-888.
  100. Diermeier, D. (1996). Spieltheoretische Modelle in der Theorie der Politik (Game theoretic models in the theory of politics) [in German]. In U. Druwe & V. Kunz (Eds.), Handlungs- und Entscheidungstheorie in der Politikwissenschaft: Eine Einfuehrung in Konzepte und Forschungsstand (207-226). Leske+Budrich.
  101. Diermeier, D. (1995). Commitment, deference, and legislative institutions. American Political Science Review, 89(2), 344‑355.
  102. Diermeier, D. (1995). Rational choice and the role of theory in political science. Critical Review, 9(1‑2), 59-70.
    1. Reprinted in J. Friedman (Ed.), The Rational Choice Controversy. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.


  1. Diermeier, D. (2008). Governing the Global Economy: The Role of Private Politics. Report prepared for the Government of Canada Policy Research Initiative.
    1. Short version published in PRI Horizons Journal under title “Private Politics: Public Activism as an Alternative Regulatory Mechanism?”(2009).


  • Uhlmann, E.L., Newman, G., Brescoll, V.L., Zhu, L., Galinsky, A., & Diermeier, D.  (2010). Poisoning the Well: The Contagious Effects of Corporate Crises on Product Evaluations and Consumption. Working Paper. Ford Center for Global Citizenship. Kellogg School of Management. Northwestern University.
  • Uhlmann, E.L., Newman, G., Brescoll, V.L., & Diermeier, D. (2010). Expecting Empathy: The Role of Moral Intuitions in a Reputational Crisis. Working Paper. Ford Center for Global Citizenship. Kellogg School of Management. Northwestern University.
  • Diermeier, D., Cheng, Y., Hopp, W., & Iravani, S.  (2008). Crisis Management Operations for Workload Crises. Working Paper. Ford Center for Global Citizenship. Kellogg School of Management. Northwestern University.
  • Diermeier, D. and Fong, P. (2008). Existence and Computation of Pure-strategy Equilibria in Models of Legislative Bargaining with Reconsideration. CMSEMS working paper, no. 1466. Northwestern University.
  • Diermeier, D. and Fong, P. (2008). Endogenous Limits on Proposal Power. CMSEMS working paper, no. 1465. Northwestern University.
  • Bendor, J., Diermeier, D., and Ting, M. (2004). The Empirical Content of Adaptive Models. Stanford Graduate School of Business Research Paper no. 1877. Stanford University.
  • Diermeier, D. and Gailmard, S. 2003. Fairness and Entitlements in Majoritarian Decision-Making. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Assocation, Philadelphias.
  • Diermeier, D., & Feddersen, T.J. (1995, June). Cohesion in Legislatures: Procedural and Policy Coalitions. Mimeo. Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
  • Diermeier, D., & Myerson, R.B. (1994, May). Bargaining, Veto Power, and Legislative Committees. CMSEMS working paper, no. 1089. Northwestern University.
  • Diermeier, D. (1995, March). Essays on Legislative Institutions. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Rochester.
  • Diermeier, D. (1990, April). Die Rolle rationalen Entscheidens in modernen Gerechtigkeitstheorien, (Decision Theory and Contemporary Theories of Justice) [in German]. Master’s Thesis, University of Munich, Germany.