Richard Johnston, Michael G. Hagen, and Kathleen Hall Jamieson. 2004. The 2000 Presidential Election and the Foundations of Party Politics. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Paul M. Sniderman with Michael Gray Hagen. 1985. Race and Inequality: A Study in American Values. Chatham, New Jersey: Chatham House.
Robin Kolodny and Michael G. Hagen. 2008. “What Drives the Cost of Political Advertising?” In The Routledge Handbook of Political Management, ed. Dennis W. Johnson. New York: Routledge, 194-207.
Michael G. Hagen and Richard Johnston. 2007. “Conventions and Campaign Dynamics.” In Rewiring Politics: Presidential Nominating Conventions in the Media Age, ed. Costas Panagopoulos. Baton Rouge: Louisiana University Press, 29-52.
Richard Johnston, Michael G. Hagen, and Kathleen Hall Jamieson. 2002. “Dynamics of the 2000 Campaign: Preliminary Soundings.” In The State of American Politics, ed. Byron E. Shafer. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, 73-89.
Michael G. Hagen and William G. Mayer. 2000. “The Modern Politics of Presidential Selection: How Changing the Rules Really Did Change the Game.” In In Pursuit of the White House 2000: How We Choose Our Presidential Nominees, ed. William G. Mayer. New York: Chatham House, 1-55.
Michael G. Hagen. 1996. “Press Treatment of Front Runners.” In In Pursuit of the White House: How We Choose Our Presidential Nominees, ed. William G. Mayer. Chatham, New Jersey: Chatham House, 190-219.
John E. Chubb, Michael G. Hagen, and Paul M. Sniderman. 1991. “Ideological Reasoning.” In Reasoning and Choice: Explora¬tions in Political Psychology, eds. Paul M. Sniderman, Richard A. Brody, and Philip E. Tetlock. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 140-63. Winner of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award for the best book published during 1991 on government, politics, or international affairs.
Paul M. Sniderman, Michael G. Hagen, Philip E. Tetlock, and Henry E. Brady. 1991 “Reasoning Chains.” In Reasoning and Choice: Explora¬tions in Political Psychology, eds. Paul M. Sniderman, Richard A. Brody, and Philip E. Tetlock. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 70-92. Winner of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award for the best book published during 1991 on government, politics, or international affairs.
Michael G. Hagen. 1989. “Voter Turnout in Primary Elections.” In The Iowa Caucuses and the Presidential Nominating Process, ed. Peverill Squire. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 51-87.
Sarah Bauerle Bass, Sheryl Burt Ruzek, Lawrence Ward, Thomas F. Gordon, Alexandra Hanlon, Alice J. Hausman, and Michael G. Hagen. 2010. “Predictors of Quarantine Compliance during a Hypothetical Avian Flu Pandemic: Results from a Statewide Survey.” Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness 4 (2): 135-144.
Lori Uscher-Pines, Alice J. Hausman, Sarah Powell, Phillip DeMara, George Heake, Michael G. Hagen. 2009. “Disaster Preparedness of Households with Special Needs in Southeastern Pennsylvania.” American Journal of Preventive Medicine 37 (3): 227-30.
Michael G. Hagen, Edward L. Lascher, Jr., and John F. Camobreco. 2001. “Response to Matsusaka: Estimating the Effect of Ballot Initiatives on Policy Responsiveness.” Journal of Politics 63: 1256-62.
Edward L. Lascher, Jr., Michael G. Hagen, and Steven A. Rochlin. 1996. “Gun Behind the Door? Ballot Initiatives, State Policies, and Public Opinion.” Journal of Politics 58: 760-75.
Michael G. Hagen. 1995. “References to Racial Issues.” Political Behavior 17: 49-88.
Paul M. Sniderman, Michael G. Hagen, Philip E. Tetlock, and Henry E. Brady. 1986. “Reasoning Chains.” British Journal of Political Science 16: 405-30.
Michael G. Hagen and Robin Kolodny. 2008. “Finding the Cost of Campaign Advertising.” The Forum 6. Issue 1, Article 11. Available at http://www.bepress.com/forum/vol6/iss1/art11.
Michael G. Hagen. 2008. “Pennsylvania: The Once and Future Battleground State.” The Polling Report 24: 1,8.
Michael G. Hagen, Richard Johnston, Kathleen Hall Jamieson, David Dutwin, and Kate Kenski. 2000. “Dynamics of the 2000 Republican Primaries.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 572: 33-49.
Jamieson, Kathleen Hall, Michael G. Hagen, Dan Orr, Lesley Sillaman, Suzanne Morse, and Kim Kirn. 2000. “What Did the Leading Candidates Say, and Did It Matter?” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 572: 12-6.
Raymond E. Wolfinger and Michael G. Hagen. 1985. “Republican Prospects: Southern Comfort.” Public Opinion. October/November. 8-13.
Michael G. Hagen. 2002. “Direct Democracy in Practice: The Initiative as a Legislative Institution.” Congress & the Presidency 29: 218-23.
Michael G. Hagen. 2013. Review of Us Against Them: Ethnocentric Foundations of American Opinion by Donald R. Kinder and Cindy D. Kam. Perspectives on Politics 11: 320-1.
Michael G. Hagen. 2000. Review of Impersonal Influence: How Perceptions of Mass Collectives Affect Political Attitudes by Diana C. Mutz. Public Opinion Quarterly 64: 234-7.
Michael G. Hagen and Alice J. Hausman. 2006. “Emergency Preparedness in the Philadelphia Region: Views of the Public.” Prepared for the City of Philadelphia’s Emergency Preparedness Review Committee.
Michael G. Hagen. 2004. “Outcome Evaluation of Community-Based HIV Prevention Projects.” Prepared for the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, Division of AIDS Prevention and Control.