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
Does Church Attendance Cause People to Vote? Using Blue Laws’ Repeal to Estimate the Effect of Religiosity on Voter Turnout

Alan S. Gerber, Jonathan Gruber and Daniel M. Hungerman

Political Science British Journal of Political Science 2016
Does Corruption Information Inspire the Fight or Quash the Hope? A Field Experiment in Mexico on Voter Turnout, Choice, and Party Identification

Alberto Chong, Ana L. De La O and Dean Karlan, Leonard Wantchekon

Political Science Journal of Politics 2015
Does Counter-Attitudinal Information Cause Backlash? Results from Three Large Survey Experiments

Andrew Guess and Alexander Coppock
 

Political Science British Journal of Political Science 2018
Does Incarceration Reduce Voting? Evidence about the Political Consequences of Spending Time in Prison

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

Political Science Journal of Politics 2017
Does It Matter Who’s Behind the Curtain? Anonymity in Political Advertising and the Effects of Campaign Finance Disclosure

Conor M. Dowling and Amber Wichowsky

Political Science American Politics Research 2013
Does Knowledge of Constitutional Principles Increase Support for Civil Liberties? Results from a Randomized Field Experiment

Donald P. Green, Peter M. Aronow, Daniel E. Bergan, Pamela Greene, Celia Paris and Beth I. Weinberger

Political Science Journal of Politics 2011
Does Less Income Mean Less Representation?

Brunner, Eric, Stephen L. Ross, and Ebonya Washington

Interdisciplinary American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 2013
Does Price Matter in Charitable Giving? Evidence from a Large-Scale Natural Field Experiment.

Dean Karlan, John List

Economics American Economic Review 2007
Does Product Placement Change Television Viewers' Social Behavior?

Elizabeth Levy Paluck, Paul Lagunes, Donald P. Green, Lynn Vavreck, Limor Peer, Robin Gomila

Interdisciplinary PLOS ONE 2015
Does Publicizing a Tax Credit for Political Contributions Increase Its Use?: Results From a Randomized Field Experiment.

Robert G. Boatright, Donald P. Green, Michael J. Malbin

Political Science American Politics Research 2006
Does Regression Produce Representative Estimates of Causal Effects?

Peter M. Aronow and Cyrus Samii

Political Science American Journal of Political Science 2015
Does Religion Distract the Poor? Income and Issue Voting Around the World

Ana L. De La O, Jonathan A. Rodden

Political Science Comparative Political Studies 2008
Does the Media Matter? A Field Experiment Measuring the Effect of Newspapers on Voting Behavior and Political Opinions

Alan S. Gerber, Dean Karlan, Daniel Bergan

Interdisciplinary American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 2009
Does Trust in Government Increase Support for Redistribution? Evidence from Randomized Survey Experiments

Kyle Peyton

Political Science American Political Science Review 2020
Doing Well and Doing Good?: How Concern for Others Shapes Policy Preferences and Partisanship among Affluent Americans

Martin Gilens and Adam Thal

Political Science Public Opinion Quarterly 2018
Dyadic Analysis in International Relations: A Cautionary Tale

Robert S. Erikson, Pablo M. Pinto, Kelly T. Rader

Political Science Political Analysis 2014
Economic Behavior and the Partisan Perceptual Screen

Mary C. McGrath

Political Science Quarterly Journal of Political Science 2017
Economic Decline, Social Identity, and Authoritarian Values in the United States

Cameron Ballard-Rosa, Amalie Jensen & Kenneth Scheve

Political Science International Studies Quarterly 2021
Economics and Policy Preferences: Causal Evidence of the Impact of Economic Conditions on Support for Redistribution and Other Ballot Proposals

Eric Brunner, Stephen L. Ross, Ebonya Washington

Interdisciplinary Review of Economics and Statistics 2011
Editorial Bias in Crowd-Sourced Political Information

Joshua L. Kalla, Peter M. Aronow

Political Science PLOS ONE 2015

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.