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 descending Author(s) Discipline Publication Year
Did Shy Trump Supporters Bias the 2016 Polls? Evidence from a Nationally-representative List Experiment

Alexander Coppock

Political Science Statistics, Politics, and Policy 2017
Disagreement and the Avoidance of Political Discussion: Aggregate Relationships and Differences across Personality Traits

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

Political Science American Journal of Political Science 2012
Dismantling the Health Care State? Political Institutions, Public Policies, and the Comparative Politics of Health Reform

Jacob S. Hacker

Political Science British Journal of Political Science 2004
Do Better Committee Assignments Meaningfully Benefit Legislators? Evidence from a Randomized Experiment in the Arkansas State Legislature

David E. Broockman and Daniel M. Butler

Political Science Journal of Experimental Political Science 2015
Do Bilinguals Respond More Favorably to Candidate Advertisements in English or in Spanish?

Alejandro Flores and Alexander Coppock

Political Science Political Communication 2018
Do Community-Based Mobilization Campaigns Work Even in Battleground States? Evaluating the Effectiveness of MoveOn 2004 Outreach Campaign

Joel A. Middleton, Donald P. Green

Political Science Quarterly Journal of Political Science 2008
Do Conditional Cash Transfers Affect Electoral Behavior? Evidence from a Randomized Experiment in Mexico

Ana De La O

Political Science American Journal of Political Science 2013
Do Congressional Candidates Have Reverse Coattails? Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design

David E. Broockman

Political Science Political Analysis 2009
Do Means of Program Delivery and Distributional Consequences Affect Policy Support? Experimental Evidence About the Sources of Citizens’ Policy Opinions

Vivekinan L. Ashok and Gregory A. Huber

Political Science Political Behavior 2019
Do Modern Forms of Human Capital Matter in Primitive Economies? Comparative Evidence from Bolivia

Ricardo Godoy, Dean Karlan, Shanti Rabindran, Tomas Huanca

Economics Economics of Education Review 2005
Do Perceptions of Ballot Secrecy Influence Turnout? Results from a Field Experiment

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

Political Science American Journal of Political Science 2013
Do Phone Calls Increase Voter Turnout? A Field Experiment

Alan S. Gerber, Donald P. Green

Political Science Public Opinion Quarterly 2001
Do Phone Calls Increase Voter Turnout? An Update

Alan S. Gerber, Donald P. Green

Political Science Annals of the American Academy for Political and Social Science 2005
Do Politicians Racially Discriminate Against Constituents? A Field Experiment on State Legislators

Daniel M. Butler, David E. Broockman

Political Science American Journal of Political Science 2011
Do Robotic Calls From Credible Sources Influence Voter Turnout or Vote Choice? Evidence From a Randomized Field Experiment

Shaw, Daron R., Donald P. Green, James G. Gimpel & Alan S. Gerber

Political Science Journal of Political Marketing 2012
Do Statistical Reporting Standards Affect What Is Published? Publication Bias in Two Leading Political Science Journals

Alan Gerber and Neil Malhotra

Interdisciplinary Quarterly Journal of Political Science 2008
Do Subtle Linguistic Interventions Priming a Social Identity as a Voter Have Outsized Effects on Voter Turnout? Evidence From a New Replication Experiment

Alan Gerber, Greg Huber, and Al Fang

Political Science Political Psychology 2017
Do Televised Presidential Ads Increase Voter Turnout? Evidence from a Natural Experiment

Jonathan S. Krasno, Donald P. Green

Political Science Journal of Politics 2008
Doctor Knows Best: Physician Endorsements, Public Opinion, and the Politics of Comparative Effectiveness Research

Alan S. Gerber, Eric M. Patashnik, David Doherty, Conor M. Dowling

Interdisciplinary Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 2014
Does Campaign Spending Work? Field Experiments Provide Evidence and Suggest New Theory

Alan S. Gerber

Political Science American Bahavioral Scientist 2004

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.

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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.