Robert Adcock. 2014. Liberalism and the Emergence of American Political Science: A Transatlantic Tale. New York: Oxford University Press.
Robert Adcock. 2014. "A Disciplinary History of Disciplinary Histories: The Case of Political Science." In A Historiography of the Modern Social Sciences,eds. Roger E. Backhouse and Philippe Fontaine. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Robert Adcock. 2013. "Generalization in Comparative and Historical Social Science: The Difference that Interpretivism Makes." In Interpretation and Method: Empirical Research Methods and the Interpretive Turn, 2nd edition, eds. Dvora Yanow and Peregrine Schwartz-Shea. Armonk, NY: ME Sharpe.
Robert Adcock and Mark Vail. 2012. "Beyond Pluralism? Corporatism, Globalization, and the Dilemmas of Democratic Governance." In Modern Pluralism: Anglo-American Debates since 1880, ed. Mark Bevir. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Robert Adcock. 2009. "Making Making Social Science Matter Matter to Us." Journal of Theoretical Politics 21 (1): 97-112.
Robert Adcock. 2007. "Who's Afraid of Determinism? The Ambivalence of Macro-Historical Inquiry." Journal of the Philosophy of History 1 (3): 346-64.
Robert Adcock, Mark Bevir, and Shannon Stimson, eds. 2007. Modern Political Science: Anglo-American Exchanges since 1870. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Robert Adcock. 2006. "The Emigration of the 'Comparative Method': Transatlantic Exchange and the Birth of American Political Science." European Political Science 5: 124-36.
Robert Adcock and Mark Bevir. 2005. "The History of Political Science." Political Studies Review 3 (Jan): 1-16.
Robert Adcock. 2003. "The Emergence of Political Science as a Discipline: History and the Study of Politics in America, 1875-1910." History of Political Thought 24 (3): 459-86.
Robert Adcock and David Collier. 2001. "Measurement Validity: A Shared Standard for Qualitative and Quantitative Research." American Political Science Review 95 (3): 529-46.
David Collier and Robert Adcock. 1999. "Democracy and Dichotomies: A Pragmatic Approach to Choices about Concepts." Annual Review of Political Science 2: 537-65.