Oversight research and datasets

As a service to the academic community interested in oversight issues, the Levin Center at Wayne Law facilitates access to academic research papers, books, datasets and other materials on topics of interest. Scholars who would like to add to this list are invited to send copies or links for up to three items to: levincenter@wayne.edu

Congressional oversight datasets

Congressional oversight research papers, books, and panels

Here is a sample of materials taken from the growing body of research into issues related to congressional and state-level oversight. Scholars who would like to add to this list are invited to send copies or links for up to three items to: levincenter@wayne.edu. To direct you more quickly to the sections of interest, you can follow the below anchor menu:

  1. Oversight overviews
  2. Administrative and regulatory matters
  3. Congressional authority and separation of powers
  4. Congressional decisionmaking
  5. Congressional due process and procedures
  6. Congressional oversight capacity
  7. Congressional oversight, political parties, and bipartisanship
  8. Infrastructure and disasters
  9. Interest Groups
  10. Judiciary and law enforcement
  11. Levin Center Scholarship
  12. National security and foreign affairs
  13. Oversight and political theory
  14. Oversight case law
  15. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations
  16. Science and Technology
  17. State-level oversight research

Oversight overviews

Administrative and regulatory matters

Congressional authority and separation of powers

Congressional decisionmaking

Congressional due process and procedures

Congressional oversight capacity

Congressional oversight, political parties, and bipartisanship

Infrastructure and Disasters

Interest Groups

Judiciary and law enforcement

Levin Center Scholarship

National security and foreign affairs

Oversight and political theory

Oversight case law

Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations

Science and Technology

State-level oversight research