In Our Name: The Ethics of Democracy, Princeton University Press, 2012, 352 pp. Paperback, Fall 2015. Author Meets Critics panel at APSA Annual Meeting, September 2013, Reviews in Perspectives in Politics, Political Studies, Political Theory, Ethical Perspectives, Parliaments, Estates and Representation, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
If Elected: The Ethics of Lawmaking and Campaigning. Ten chapter working manuscript.
How to Gaslight Citizens, with Ryan Davis.
"Gaslighting Citizens," with Ryan Davis, under review
The Democratic Limits of Political Experiments," with Ryan Davis and Adam Kern, Philosophy, Politics and Economics
"Leadership and Representation: A Compatibility Test," forthcoming, Political Ethics: State of the Field
“The Problem of Clean Hands: Negotiated Compromise in Lawmaking,” NOMOS: Compromise, ed. J. Knight, New York University Press, forthcoming (with replies by D. Dyzenhaus and A. Ford).
"Democracy's Afterlife: The Institutional Basis for the Survival of Humanity," Oxford Handbook of Intergenerational Ethic
"Must Rawlsians be Hamiltonians? Small Government and Political Illiberalism," American Journal of Jurisprudence," 2017, 62:1
“Mansbridge’s Rules of Order,” to appear in Oxford Handbook of Classics in Contemporary Political Theory, ed. by Jacob Levy, Oxford University Press.
“Perpetual Giving Machines,” Boston Review, Fall 2013
“Democracy as an Inflationary Concept,” Representation, 10:1 (2011)