Research

[1] “How does Partisanship Influence Policy Diffusion?” (2018), with Daniel Butler,
Political Research Quarterly 71(4): 801-812.
Replication files
Supplementary Information

[2] “Do Voters Discount Political Scandals Over Time?” (2018), with Nick Waterbury,
Political Research Quarterly.
Replication files
Supplementary Information

[3] “Are Donations to Charity an Effective Incentive for Public Officials?” (2018), with Daniel Butler,
Journal of Experimental Political Science 5(1): 68-70.
Replication files
Supplementary Information

[4] “Updating Supreme Court Legitimacy: Testing the ‘Rule, Learn, Update’ Model of Political Communication” (2017),
with James L. Gibson and Jeffrey Ziegler, American Politics Research 45(6): 980-1002.
Replication files

[5] “Strategic voting in local elections: evidence from Portugal (1979–2013)” (2016),
with Jorge Fernandes and Carolina PlesciaJournal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 26(3): 312-335.

[6] “As sondagens e os resultados eleitorais em Portugal” [Pre-election Polls and Electoral Results in Portugal] (2011),
with Pedro Magalhães and Luis Aguiar-ConrariaBoletim da Sociedade Portuguesa de Estatística, Spring: 37-52.

Under Review

“Responsive Campaigning: Evidence from European Parties.”
(Revise & Resubmit at Journal of Politics)

“Polls as Mobilization and Fine-Tuning Devices for Party Leaders.”
(Revise & Resubmit at Electoral Studies)

“A Legacy of the Third Reich: Concentration Camps and Outgroup Tolerance.”
(with Jonathan Homola, William Simoneau, and Margit Tavits)

Working Papers

“Who do Public Officials Learn From? A Field Experiment on Policy Diffusion.”

“Does Electing Women Reduce Corruption? A Regression Discontinuity Approach.” (with Pablo Fernandez-Vazquez)
Marian Irish Award for Best Paper on Women and Politics, SPSA 2017

“Female Bureaucrats and Petty Corruption.” (with Sarah Brierley)

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