Gregory Koger, Ph.D.
- Ph.D., UCLA; 2002
- B.A., Williamette University
- American politics
- Comparative politics
- Political methodolog
- U.S. Congress, political institutions, institutional change, political parties, elections.
- "Effort, Intensity and Position Taking: Reconsidering Obstruction in the Pre-Cloture Senate." Forthcoming, Journal of Theoretical Politics. With Kathleen Bawn.
- "Strategic Party Government: Party Influence in Congress, 1789-2000." With Matthew Lebo and Adam McGlynn. American Journal of Political Science, July 2007.
"Cloture Reform and Party Government in the Senate, 1918 to 1925." Journal of Politics, August 2006.
"Position-Taking and Cosponsorship in the U.S. House." Legislative Studies Quarterly, May 2003.
Teaching & Professional Experience:
- Assistant Professor of Political Science, Univ. of Montana
- Teaching Fellow in Political Science, UCLA
- Legislative Assistant, U.S. House of Representatives