Research

Do Voters Discount Political Scandals Over Time?Do Voters Discount Political Scandals Over Time?” (Forthcoming),
with Nick Waterbury, Political Research Quarterly.

Are Donations to Charity an Effective Incentive for Public Officials?” (2018), with Daniel Butler,
Journal of Experimental Political Science.
Replication files
Supplementary Information

Updating Supreme Court Legitimacy: Testing the ‘Rule, Learn, Update’ Model of Political Communication” (2017),
with James L. Gibson and Jeffrey Ziegler, American Politics Research.
Replication files

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.

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 2011: 37-52.

Under Review

“How does Partisanship Influence Policy Diffusion?”
(Revise and Resubmit; with Daniel Butler)

“Responsive Campaigning: Evidence from European Parties.”

Working Papers

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

“Does Electing Women Reduce Corruption? A Regression Discontinuity Approach.”
Marian Irish Award for Best Paper on Women and Politics, SPSA 2017

“Why are Women’s Political Careers Shorter? Evidence from Slovakia.” (with Dalston Ward)

“Do Parties Respond Strategically to Opinion Polls? Evidence from Campaign Messages.”

“Natural Disasters and Legislative Behavior in a Direct Democracy.” (with Michael Bechtel and Lukas Schmid)

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

 

 

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