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Brian Richter

Assistant Professor

Department:     Business, Government & Society

Industry Areas:     Public Policy, Strategic Management

Research Areas:     Corporate Social Responsibility, Economics, Governmental Regulation, Public Policy, Strategy

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Publications

Andrew Kerner, Jane Sumner, and Brian Richter. 2020. Offshore Production's Effect on Americans' Attitudes toward Trade. Business and Politics 22(3), 539-571.

 

Adam Fremeth, Brian Richter, and Brandon Schaufele. 2018. Spillovers from Regulating Corporate Campaign Contributions. Journal of Regulatory Economics 54(3), 244-265.

 

Brian Richter and Timothy Werner. 2017. Campaign Contributions from Corporate Executives in Lieu of Political Action Committees. Journal of Law, Economics and Organization 33(3), 443-474.

 

Adam R. Fremeth, Guy L. F. Holburn, and Brian Richter. 2016. Bridging Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Organizational Research: Applications of Synthetic Control Methodology in the US Automobile Industry. Organization Science 27(2), 462-482.

 

Adam Fremeth, Brian Richter, and Brandon Schaufele. 2016. Motivations for Corporate Political Activity, in Strategy Beyond Markets (Advances in Strategic Management, Vol. 34) , John M. De Figueiredo, et al. ed. Emerald Group Publishing, 161-191.

 

Robert J. Carroll, David M. Primo, and Brian Richter. 2016. Using Item Response Theory to Improve Measurement in Strategic Management Research: An Application to Corporate Social Responsibility. Strategic Management Journal 37(1), 66-85.

 

Brian Richter and Timothy Werner. 2015. Sources of Congressional Candidates' Funds: Does Interest Group Money Dominate?, in Interest Group Politics, 9th ed., Allan J. Cigler, Burdett A. Loomis, and Anthony J. Nownes, eds. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 155-175.

 

John M. de Figueiredo and Brian Richter. 2014. Advancing the Empirical Research on Lobbying. Annual Review of Political Science 17, 163-185.

 

Brian Richter, Ken Cohen, and John Harrington. 2014. Do Business and Politics Mix? Harvard Business Review 92(11), 133-137.

 

Brian Richter, Adam Fremeth, and Brandon Schaufele. 2013. Campaign Contributions over CEOs' Careers. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 5(3).

 

Brian Richter and Jeffrey F. Timmons. 2012. Why Not Adopt Better Institutions? Oxford Development Studies 40(2), 272-281.

 

Adam Fremeth and Brian Richter. 2011. Profiting from Environmental Regulatory Uncertainty: Integrated Strategies for Competitive Advantage. California Management Review 54(1), 145-165.

 

Brian Richter, Krislert Samphantharak, and Jeffrey F. Timmons. 2009. Lobbying and Taxes. American Journal of Political Science 53(4), 893-909.