Graduate School of Business
Stanford, CA 94305-7298
neilm (at) stanford.edu
please find links to my publications:
Healy, Andrew, and Neil Malhotra. In press. "Childhood Socialization and Political Attitudes: Evidence from a Natural Experiment." Journal of Politics.
Jessee, Stephen, and Neil Malhotra. In press. "Public (Mis)perceptions of Supreme Court Ideology: A Method for Directly Comparing the Positions of Citizens and Justices." Public Opinion Quarterly.
Healy, Andrew, and Neil Malhotra. In press. "Retrospective Voting Reconsidered." Annual Review of Political Science.
Malhotra, Neil, Yotam Margalit, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. In press. "Economic Explanations for Opposition to Immigration: Distinguishing Between Prevalence and Conditional Impact." American Journal of Political Science.
Keele, Luke, Neil Malhotra, and Colin McCubbins. In press. "Do Term Limits Restrain State Fiscal Policy? Approaches for Causal Inference in Assessing the Effects of Legislative Institutions." Legislative Studies Quarterly.
Fair, Christine, Neil Malhotra, and Jacob Shapiro. In press. "Democratic Values and Support for Militancy: Evidence from a National Survey of Pakistan." Journal of Conflict Resolution.
Blair, Graeme, Christine Fair, Neil Malhotra, and Jacob Shapiro. 2013. "Poverty and Support for Militant Politics: Evidence from Pakistan." American Journal of Political Science. 57(1): 30-48.
Fair, Christine, Neil Malhotra, and Jacob Shapiro. 2012. "Faith or Doctrine? Religion and Support for Political Violence in Pakistan." Public Opinion Quarterly. 76(4): 688-720.
Michelson, Melissa R., Neil Malhotra, Andrew J. Healy, Donald P. Green, Allison Carnegie, and Ali Adam Valenzuela. 2012. "The Effect of Prepaid Postage on Turnout: A Cautionary Tale for Election Administrators." Election Law Journal. 11(3): 279-290.
Cor, Ken, Edward Haertel, Jon A. Krosnick, and Neil Malhotra. 2012. "Improving Ability Measurement in Surveys by Following the Principles of IRT: The Wordsum Vocabulary Test in the General Social Survey." Social Science Research. 41(5): 1003-1016.
Malhotra, Neil, Melissa R. Michelson, and Ali Adam Valenzuela. 2012. "Emails from Official Sources Can Increase Turnout." Quarterly Journal of Political Science. 7(3): 321-332.
Malhotra, Neil, and Edmund Helmer. 2012. "Inflation in Weekend Box Office Estimates." Applied Economics Letters. 19(14): 1411-1415.
Malhotra, Neil, and Elizabeth Popp. 2012. "Bridging Partisan Divisions over Anti-Terrorism Policies: The Role of
Threat Perceptions." Political Research Quarterly.
Malhotra, Neil, and Alexander Tahk. 2011. "Specification Issues in Assessing the Moderating Role of Issue Importance: A Comment on Grynaviski and Corrigan." Political Analysis.
Meredith, Marc, and Neil Malhotra. 2011. "Convenience Voting Can Change Election Outcomes." Election Law Journal.
Shafer, Emily Fitzgibbons, and Neil Malhotra. 2011. "The Effect of Sex of Child on Traditional Gender Roles: Evidence from a Natural Experiment." Social Forces.
Harbridge, Laurel, and Neil Malhotra. 2011. "Electoral Incentives and Partisan Conflict in Congress: Evidence from Survey Experiments." American Journal of Political Science. 55(3): 494-510.
Malhotra, Neil, Melissa R. Michelson, Todd Rogers, and Ali Adam Valenzuela. 2011. "Text Messages as Mobilization Tools: The Conditional Effects of Habitual Voting and Election Salience." American Politics Research. 39(4): 664-681.
Healy, Andrew, and Neil Malhotra. 2010. "Random Events, Economic Losses, and Retrospective Voting: Implications for Democratic Competence." Quarterly Journal of Political Science. 5(2): 193-208.
Fair, C. Christine, Neil Malhotra, and Jacob N. Shapiro. 2010. "Islam, Militancy and Politics in Pakistan: Insights from a National Sample." Terrorism and Political Violence. 22(4): 495-521.
Healy, Andrew J., Neil Malhotra, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2010. "Irrelevant Events Affect Voters' Evaluations of Government Performance." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 107(29): 12804-12809.
Malhotra, Neil, and Yotam Margalit. 2010. "Short-Term Communication Effects or Longstanding Dispositions? The Public's Response to the Financial Crisis of 2008." Journal of Politics. 72(3): 852-867.
Jessee, Stephen, and Neil Malhotra. 2010. “Are Congressional Leaders Middlepersons or Extremists? Yes.” Legislative Studies Quarterly. 35(3): 361-392.
Gerber, Alan S., Neil Malhotra, Conor M. Dowling, and David Doherty. 2010. “Publication Bias in Two Political Behavior Literatures.” American Politics Research. 38(4): 591-613.
Healy, Andrew, and Neil Malhotra. 2009. “Myopic Voters and Natural Disaster Policy.” American Political Science Review. 103(3): 387-406.
Elis, Roy, Neil Malhotra, and Marc Meredith. 2009. “Apportionment Cycles as Natural Experiments.” Political Analysis. 17(4): 358-376.
Malhotra, Neil, Jon A. Krosnick, and Randall K. Thomas. 2009. “Optimal Design of Branching Questions to Measure Bipolar Constructs.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 73(2): 304-324.
Malhotra, Neil. 2009. “Order Effects in Complex and Simple Tasks.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 73(1): 180-198.
Malhotra, Neil, and Alexander G. Kuo. 2009. “Emotions as Moderators of Information Cue Use: Citizen Attitudes towards Hurricane Katrina.” American Politics Research. 37(2): 301-326.
Gerber, Alan, and Neil Malhotra. 2008. “Do Statistical Reporting Standards Affect What Is Published? Publication Bias in Two Leading Political Science Journals.” Quarterly Journal of Political Science. 3(3): 313-326.
Neil, and Matthew E.
Carnes. 2008. “Political Stability under Uncertainty:
Rationality to the Study of Governance and Civil Conflict.”
and Jon A. Krosnick. 2007. “The Effect of Survey Mode and
Inferences about Political Attitudes and Behavior: Comparing the 2000
ANES to Internet Surveys with Non-Probability Samples.”
Malhotra, Neil, and Jon A. Krosnick. 2007. “Procedures for Updating Classification Systems: A Study of Biotechnology and the Standard Occupational Classification System.” Journal of Official Statistics. 23(3): 409-432.
and Jon A. Krosnick. 2007. “Retrospective and Prospective
Assessments during the 2004 Election Campaign: Tests of Mediation and