Charles E. Walcott

Virginia Tech
none - retired
cwalcott@vt.edu

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Articles and prospective book on the evolution of the job of White House Chief of Staff, in collaboration with David B. Cohen and Karen M. Hult.

Citation:
Cohen, David B., Karen M. Hult and Charles E. Walcott, “The Chicago Clan: Chiefs of Staff in the Obama White House,” Social Science Quarterly. Vol. 93, No. 5, December 2012, 1101-1126.
Abstract: Analysis of the organization and politics of the White House staff, with emphasis on the role of the chiefs of staff, during the first Obama term.
Citation:
Hult, Karen M., and Charles E. Walcott. 2011. "Domestic Policy in the White House." In Governing at Home, eds. Michael Nelson and Russell L. Riley. University Press of Kansas.
Citation:
Hult, Karen M., Charles E. Walcott, and David B. Cohen. 2009. "Not Always According to Plan: Theory and Practice in the Bush White House." In Judging Bush, eds. Robert Maranto, Tom Lansford, and Jeremy Johnson. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
Citation:
Hult, Karen M., and Charles E. Walcott. 2004. Empowering the White House: Governance under Nixon, Ford, and Carter. Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas.
Abstract: Structural evolution of the White House Office as understood through organization theory. Particular emphasis on the innovations of the Nixon administration and how they survived efforts by Ford and Carter to eliminate them.

Substantive Focus:
Governance PRIMARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy History SECONDARY
Policy Process Theory PRIMARY

Keywords

PRESIDENCY DOMESTIC POLICY DECISION MAKING ORGANIZATION PRESIDENCY