Study analyze the content of 3,345,232 tweets posted by over three-thousand accounts of U.S. state lawmakers throughout all of 2020 and 2021 and finding that Republicans share far more—an order of magnitude more—misinformation than do Democrats. Journal of Information Technology & Politics. Accepted.
Study reexamining analyses in two prominent recent studies on classic hypotheses on democracy and public support and underscoring the necessity of accounting for measurement uncertainty. (American Political Science Review:First View)
Study exploring the variation in policy adoption among Chinese provincial governments during COVID19 and finding policies diffuse from the centre to the provinces in the same way that non-crisis policies diffuse.(Journal of Asian Public Policy)
Study exploring why some of these policies diffused more quickly across provinces than others during COVID19 in China and finding policy features matter. (Working Paper)
Study finding that policy orientation and horizontal diffusion, rather than fiscal capacity, shape subnational governments’ responsiveness in public health governance by using event history analysis and spatial models.(Asian Survey)
Study investigating whether there is a performance disparity between men and women in a patriarchal institution by using machine-learning on audio data.(Under Review)
Study investigating the effect of interbranch professionalism gap on features of policymaking during the early time of COVID19. (Working Paper)