Research

Legislative Politics

“How Responsive Are Legislators to Policy Information? Evidence from a Field Experiment in a State Legislature.” LSQ, Accepted.

“The Party or the Purse? Unequal Representation in the U.S. Senate.” Joint with Jeffrey Lax and Justin Phillips. Under review

“Is position-taking contagious? Evidence of cue-taking from two field experiments in a state legislature.” Under review

“Can deliberation reduce partisanship? Results from a field experiment in a state legislature.”

“What happens to Tea Party candidates who win primaries?” Joint with Shigeo Hirano.

Persuasion

“Publicizing scandal: Results from five field experiments.” Joint with Donald P. Green, David Kirby. QJPS, Forthcoming.

“How much GOTV mail is too much? Results from a large-scale field experiment.” Joint with Donald P. Green. 2017. Journal of Experimental Political Science 4:2 (November): 107-118.

“How Many Robocalls are Too Many? Results from a Large-Scale Field Experiment.” 2018. Journal of Political Marketing (February), 1-9.

Applied Methods

“Evidence on the deleterious impact of sustained use of polynomial regression on causal inference” Joint with Andrew Gelman. 2015. Research and Politics 2:1 (March): 1-7.

“Reducing teen births among latinas: A pilot RCT to test the effectiveness of radio messages.” Joint with Don Green, Peter Aronow, Winston Lin.