Peer Reviewed Articles

11. Funk, Kendall D. Forthcoming. "Local Responses to a Global Pandemic: Women Mayors Lead the Way." Politics & Gender. [Link] [PDF]

10. Funk, Kendall D., Magda Hinojosa, and Jennifer M. Piscopo. Forthcoming. "Women to the Rescue: The Gendered Effects of Public Discontent on Legislative Nominations in Latin America." Party Politics. [Link] [PDF] [Replication]

9. Funk, Kendall D. and Erica Owen. 2020. "Consequences of an Anti-Corruption Experiment for Local Government Performance in Brazil." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 39(2): 444-468. [Link] [PDF] [Replication]

8. Funk, Kendall D. 2019. "If the Shoe Fits: Gender Role Congruity and Evaluations of Public Managers." Journal of Behavioral Public Administration 2(1): 1-10. [Link] [PDF] [Replication] [Supplemental]

7. Funk, Kendall D. and Andrew Q. Philips. 2019. "Representative Budgeting: Women Mayors and the Composition of Spending in Local Governments." Political Research Quarterly 72(1): 19-33. [Link] [PDF] [Replication] [Supplemental]

6. Funk, Kendall D., Thiago Silva, and Maria C. Escobar-Lemmon. 2019. "Leading Toward Equality: The Effect of Women Mayors on Gender Equality in Local Bureaucracies." Politics, Groups, and Identities 7(3): 554-573. [Link] [PDF] [Replication]

5. Funk, Kendall D., Magda Hinojosa, and Jennifer M. Piscopo. 2017. "Still Left Behind? Gender, Political Parties, and the Pink Tide." Social Politics 24(4): 399-424. [Link] [PDF] [Replication] [Supplemental]

4. Funk, Kendall D., Laura Morales, and Michelle Taylor-Robinson. 2017. "The Impact of Committee Composition and Agendas on Women's Participation: Evidence from a Legislature with Near Numerical Equality." Politics & Gender 13(2): 253-275. [Link] [PDF] [Replication]

3. Meier, Kenneth J. and Kendall D. Funk. 2017. "Women and Public Administration in Comparative Perspective: The Case of Representation in Brazilian Local Governments." Administration & Society 49(1): 121-142. [Link] [PDF] [Replication]

2. Funk, Kendall D. 2015. "Gendered Governing? Women's Leadership Styles and Participatory Institutions in Brazil." Political Research Quarterly 68(3): 564 - 578. [Link] [PDF] [Replication]

1. Funk, Kendall and Michelle Taylor-Robinson. 2014. "Gender Balance in Committees and How it Impacts Participation: Evidence from Costa Rica's Legislative Assembly." Revista Uruguaya de Ciencia PolĂ­tica 23(2): 111-134. [Link] [PDF] [Replication]

Book Chapters

2. Escobar-Lemmon, Maria C. and Kendall D. Funk. 2018. "Women's Representation in Subnational Governments: Replicating National Institutions or Forging a Unique Path?" In Gender and Representation in Latin America, ed. Leslie Schwindt-Bayer, New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 99-118. (Peer reviewed) [Link] [PDF] [Appendix]

1. Meier, Kenneth J. and Kendall D. Funk. 2017. "Experiments and the Classical Roots of Public Administration: Comments on the Potential Utility of Experiments for Contemporary Public Management." In Experiments in Public Administration Research: Challenges and Contributions, eds. Oliver James, Sebastian Jilke, and Gregg Van Ryzin, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 37--55. [Link] [PDF]

Encyclopedia Entries

2. Funk, Kendall D. 2018. "Politics and Gender." In Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance, ed. Ali Farazmand. New York: Springer. [Link] [PDF]

1. Funk, Kendall and Francisco I. Pedraza. 2015. "Contemporary State and Local Responses to Immigration in the State of Virginia." In Contemporary Immigration in America: A State-by-State Encyclopedia, ed. Kathleen Arnold. Santa Barbara: Greenwood Press, ABC-CLIO. [Link] [PDF]