Maxwell Mak

Maxwell Mak

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Associate Professor
Phone number: 
646.557.4662
Room number and address: 
09.65.15

Education

PhD  Stony Brook University
MA  Stony Brook University
BA  University of California, Davis

Bio

Maxwell Mak, an Associate Professor of Political Science, received his BA from the University of California, Davis and a PhD from Stony Brook University. His research and teaching interests include judicial decision-making at the U.S. Courts of Appeals and the Supreme Court. He has also done work on presidential and congressional elections, voting behavior, and judicial confirmations.

Scholarly Work

Basinger, Scott J., and Maxwell Mak. 2016. “Forecasting the Senate vote on the Supreme Court vacancy.” Research & Politics July 2016: 1-8.

Johnston, Christopher D., Maxwell Mak, and Andrew H. Sidman. 2016. “On the Measurement of Judicial Ideology,” Justice System Journal 37: 169-188.

Mak, Maxwell, Andrew H. Sidman, and Udi Sommer. 2013. “Is Certiorari Contingent on Litigant Behavior? Petitioners’ Role in Strategic Auditing” Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 10: 54-75.

Basinger, Scott J., and Maxwell Mak. 2012. “The Changing Politics of Supreme Court Confirmations.” American Politics Research 40: 737-763.

Basinger, Scott J., and Maxwell Mak. 2010. “The Changing Politics of Federal Judicial Nominations.” Congress and the Presidency 37: 157-175.

Segal, Jeffrey A., and Maxwell Mak. 2009. “Out of the Sample and One Step Ahead: Forecasting Supreme Court Confirmation Votes.” Justice System Journal 30: 123-138.

Sidman, Andrew H., Maxwell Mak, and Matthew J. Lebo. 2008. “Forecasting Non-Incumbent Presidential Elections: Lessons Learned from the 2000 Election.” The International Journal of Forecasting 24: 237-256. 

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