1. ​Randazzo, Kirk A, and Richard W. Waterman. 2014. Checking the Courts: Law, Ideology, and Contingent Discretion. Albany, NY: SUNY Press. 
  2. Sheehan, Reginald S., Rebecca Wood Gill, and Kirk A. Randazzo. 2012. Judicialization of Politics: The Interplay of Institutional Structure, Legal Doctrine, and Politics on the High Court of Australia. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.
  3. Randazzo, Kirk A. 2010. Defenders of Liberty or Champions of Security? Federal Courts, the Hierarchy of Justice, and U.S. Foreign Policy. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.


  1. Randazzo, Kirk A., Douglas M. Gibler, and Rebecca Reid. ND. "Examining the Development of Judicial Independence." Political Research Quarterly. Forthcoming.
  2. Reid, Rebecca and Kirk A. Randazzo. ND. "Statutory Language and the Separation of Powers." Justice System Journal. Forthcoming,
  3. ​Massie, Tajuana, Kirk A. Randazzo, and Donald R. Songer. 2014. "The Politics of Judicial Retirement in Canada and the United Kingdom." Journal of Law and Courts 2 (Fall): 273-299.
  4. Kimel, TJ and Kirk A. Randazzo. 2012. "Shaping the Federal Courts: The Obama Nominees." Social Science Quarterly 93 (December): 1243-1250.
  5. Sheehan, Reginald S. and Kirk A. Randazzo." 2012. "Party Capability Theory and the High Court of Australia." Australian Journal of Political Science 47 (2): 239-255.
  6. Randazzo, Kirk A., Richard W. Waterman, and Michael P. Fix. 2011. "State Supreme Courts and the Effects of Statutory Constraint: A Test of the Model of Contingent Discretion." Political Research Quarterly 64 (December): 779-789.
  7. Randazzo, Kirk A. and Richard W. Waterman. 2011. "The U.S. Supreme Court and the Model of Contingent Discretion." Justice System Journal 32 (December): 269-292.
  8. Gibler, Douglas M. and Kirk A. Randazzo. 2011. "Testing the Effects of Independent Judiciaries on the Likelihood of Democratic Backsliding." American Journal of Political Science 55 (July): 696-709.
  9. Urribarri, Raul Sanchez, Susanne Schorpp, Kirk A. Randazzo, and Donald R. Songer. 2011. "Explaining Changes to Rights Litigation: Testing a Multivariate Model in a Comparative Framework." Journal of Politics 73 (April): 391-405.​       "The Support Structure and Sustained Attention to Rights: A Rejoinder." Journal of Politics 73 (April): 410-411.
  10. Fix, Michael P. and Kirk A. Randazzo. 2010. "Judicial Deference and National Security: Applications of the Political Question and Act of State Doctrines." Democracy and Security 6 (Number 1): 1-16.
  11. Manning, Sara and Kirk A. Randazzo. 2009. "Leveling the Playing Field? Litigant Success Rates in Healthcare Policy Cases in the U.S. Courts of Appeals." Justice System Journal 30 (Number 2): 1-9.
  12. ​Bumming, Kirill M., Kirk A. Randazzo, and Lee D. Walker. 2009. "Institutional Viability and High Courts: A Comparative Analysis." Australian Journal of Political Science 44 (March): 127-153.
  13. ​Randazzo, Kirk A. 2008. "Strategic Anticipation and the Hierarchy of Justice in the U.S. District Courts." American Politics Research 36 (September): 669-693.
  14. Randazzo, Kirk A. 2008. "Statutory Constraint on the Seventh Circuit: Examining Congressional Influence." Southern Illinois University Law Review 32 (Spring): 683-698.
  15. Dasgupta, Sugato, Kirk A. Randazzo, Reginald S. Sheehan, and Kenneth C. Williams. 2007. "Coordinated Voting in Sequential and Simultaneous Elections: Some Experimental Evidence." Experimental Economics: July 2007.
  16. Randazzo, Kirk A., Richard W. Waterman, and Jeffrey A. Fine. 2006. "Checking the Federal Courts: The Impact of Congressional Statutes on Judicial Behavior." Journal of Politics 68 (November): 1003-1014.
  17. Randazzo, Kirk A. 2006. "When Liberty and Security Collide: Foreign Policy Litigation and the Federal Judiciary." Kentucky Law Journal 94 (Number 4): 629-648.
  18. ​Randazzo, Kirk A. 2004. "Foreign Affairs Litigation in the U.S. Courts of Appeals: A Preliminary Analysis." Justice System Journal 25 (Number 2): 227-238.
  19. Herron, Erik S. and Kirk A. Randazzo. 2003. "The Relationship Between Independence and Judicial Review in Post-Communist Courts." Journal of Politics 65 (May): 422-438.