Publications

About Our Publications

On this page you will find a list of publications by ISPS Affiliates, including peer-reviewed journal articles, policy briefs, and working papers.

When possible, Publications are linked to Projects and Data via the ISPS KnowledgeBase.

Titlesort ascending Author(s) Discipline Publication Year
’Don’t Know’ Means ‘Don’t Know’: DK Responses and the Public’s Level of Political Knowledge

Robert C. Luskin and John G. Bullock

Political Science Journal of Politics 2011
Yes, But What’s the Mechanism? (Don’t Expect an Easy Answer)

John G. Bullock, Donald P. Green, Shang E. Ha

Political Science Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 2010
Yes We Can? The New Push for American Health Security

Jacob S. Hacker

Political Science Politics & Society 2009
Work Requirements and Perceived Deservingness of Medicaid

Jennifer Wu

Political Science American Politics Research 2020
Women, Work, and Politics: The Political Economy of Gender Inequality

Torben Iversen and Frances Rosenbluth

Political Science 2011
Withdrawing and Drawing In: Political Discourse in Policed Communities

Vesla Weaver, Gwen Prowse, and Spencer Piston

Political Science Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics 2020
Winners and Losers in the Commodity Lottery: The Impact of Terms of Trade Growth and Volatility in the Periphery, 1870-1939

Christopher Blattman, Jason Hwang, Jeffrey Williamson

Economics Journal of Development Economics 2007
Winner-Take-All Politics: Public Policy, Political Organization, and the Precipitous Rise of Top Incomes in the United States

Hacker, Jacob S. and Paul Pierson

Political Science Politics & Society 2010
Winner-Take-All Politics and Political Science: A Response

Hacker, Jacob S. and Paul Pierson

Political Science Politics & Society 2010
Why Vote with the Chief? Political Connections and Public Goods Provision in Zambia

Kate Baldwin

Political Science American Journal of Political Science 2014
Why People Vote: Estimating the Social Returns to Voting

Alan S. Gerber, Gregory A. Huber, David Doherty and Conor M. Dowling

Political Science British Journal of Political Science 2016
Why Don't People Vote in U.S. Primary Elections? Assessing Theoretical Explanations for Reduced Participation

Alan S. Gerber, Gregory A. Huber, Daniel R. Biggers, and David J. Hendry

Political Science Electoral Studies 2017
Why Do Courts Delay?

Deborah Beim, Tom S. Clark, and John W. Patty

Interdisciplinary Journal of Law and Courts 2017
Who Wants to Discuss Vote Choices with Others? Polarization in Preferences for Deliberation

Alan S. Gerber, Gregory A. Huber, David Doherty, Conor M. Dowling and Seth J. Hill

Political Science Public Opinion Quarterly 2013
Who Makes Voting Convenient? Explaining the Adoption of Early and No-Excuse Absentee Voting in the American States

Daniel R. Biggers and Michael J. Hanmer

Political Science State Politics & Policy Quarterly 2015
Who Is Mobilized to Vote? A Re-Analysis of 11 Field Experiments

Kevin Arceneaux, David W. Nickerson

Political Science American Journal of Political Science 2009
Who Gets the Credit? Legislative Responsiveness and Evaluations of Members, Parties, and the US Congress

Daniel M. Butler, Christopher F. Karpowitz, Jeremy C. Pope

Political Science Political Science Research and Methods 2018
Whistleblowing and Compliance in the Judicial Hierarchy

Deborah Beim, Alexander V. Hirsch and Jonathan P. Kastellec

Political Science American Journal of Political Science 2014
Which Elections Can Be Lost?

Susan D. Hyde and Nikolay Marinov

Political Science Political Analysis 2012
When to Worry about Sensitivity Bias: A Social Reference Theory and Evidence from 30 Years of List Experiments

Graeme Blair, Alexander Coppock, and Margaret Moor

Political Science American Political Science Review 2020

ISPS Working Paper Series

ISPS advances interdisciplinary research in the social sciences that aims to shape public policy and inform democratic deliberation. The ISPS network includes scholars and students from many departments in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and from Yale’s graduate and professional schools as well as select experts from other institutions. The ISPS Working Paper Series provides a platform for ISPS affiliates to make their work available for public consumption and discussion.

ISPS Working Paper Series

Featured Books by ISPS Faculty

ISPS Sponsored Publications

ISPS Politics & Policy Book Series: A series striving to place policy- and law-making in historical and comparative perspective, reflecting the broad, multidisciplinary character of ISPS.

ISPS journals

ISPS Journal: A biannual publication that serves to highlight ISPS scholars’ publications and as a development piece for foundations and interested donors.

GOTV website: A website compiling results from a wide array of voter mobilization field experiments. Findings from these scientifically measured studies of various Get-Out-the-Vote methods offer valuable insight into which methods are most effective in mobilizing voter turnout (Note: the website indexes GOTV experiments published before 2006).

The Bulletin of Yale University includes several issues devoted to ISPS (PDF): 2000-2002, 2002-2004, 2004-2006, and 2006-2008.