Fix, Michael P., and Benjamin J. Kassow. 2020. U.S. Supreme Court Doctrine in the State High Courts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Kassow, Benjamin J., and Michael P. Fix. Forthcoming. “Federal Appeals Court Responses to Supreme Court Precedent.” Justice System Journal.
Montgomery, Matthew D., Michael P. Fix, and Justin T. Kingsland. 2021. “Rigid Rules and Slippery Standards: How the Nature of U.S. Supreme Court Precedents Influences Subsequent State Court Treatments.” Social Science Quarterly 102(6): 2894-2906.
Fix, Michael P., and Bailey R. Fairbanks. 2020. “The Effect of Opinion Readability on the Impact of U.S. Supreme Court Precedents in State High Courts.” Social Science Quarterly 101(2): 811–824.
Curry, Todd A, and Michael P. Fix 2019. “May It Please the Twitterverse: The Use of Twitter by State High Court Judges.” Journal of Information Technology & Politics 16(4): 379-393.
Fix, Michael P. 2018. “Understanding the Mechanisms Driving the Evolution of Obscenity Law in Five Common Law Countries.” Journal of Comparative Law 13(2): 147–163.
Fix, Michael P., and Joshua L. Mitchell. 2017. “Examining the Policy Learning Dynamics of Atypical Policies with an Application to State Preemption of Local Dog Laws.” Statistics, Politics and Policy 8(2): 223–247.
Fix, Michael P. and Gbemende E. Johnson. 2017. “Public Perceptions of Gender Bias in the Decisions of Female State Court Judges.” Vanderbilt Law Review 70(6): 1845–1886.
Fix, Michael P., Justin T. Kingsland, and Matthew D. Montgomery. 2017. “The Complexities of State Court Compliance with U.S. Supreme Court Precedent.” Justice System Journal 38(2): 149-163.
Fix, Michael P. 2016. “The Evolution of Obscenity Standards in the Common Law World.” Journal of Comparative Law 11(2): 75-99.
Franklin, Daniel P. and Michael P. Fix. 2016. “The Best of Times and the Worst of Times: Polarization and Presidential Success in Congress.” Congress & the Presidency 43(3): 377-394.
Fix, Michael P. 2016. “A Universal Standard for Obscenity? The Importance of Context and Other Considerations.” Justice System Journal 37(1): 72-88.
Butz, Adam M., Michael P. Fix, and Joshua L. Mitchell. 2015. “Policy Learning and the Diffusion of Stand-Your-Ground Laws.” Politics & Policy 43(3): 347-377.
Fix, Michael P. 2014. “Does Deference Depend on Distinction? Issue Salience and Judicial Decision Making in Administrative Law Cases.” Justice System Journal 35(2):122–138.
Kassow, Benjamin, Donald R. Songer, and Michael P. Fix. 2012. “The Influence of Precedent on State Supreme Courts.” Political Research Quarterly 65(June): 372-384.
Randazzo, Kirk A., Richard W. Waterman, and Michael P. Fix. 2011. “State Supreme Courts and the Effects of Statutory Constraint.’’ Political Research Quarterly 64(Dec.): 790-802.
Fix, Michael P., and Kirk A. Randazzo. 2010. “Judicial Deference and National Security: Applications of the Political Question and Act of State Doctrines.” Democracy and Security 6(1): 1-16.