Neil Malhotra
Neil Malhotra
Edith M. Cornell Professor of Political Economy, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
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TitleCited byYear
Promoting an open research culture
BA Nosek, G Alter, GC Banks, D Borsboom, SD Bowman, SJ Breckler, ...
Science 348 (6242), 1422-1425, 2015
9182015
Publication Bias in the Social Sciences: Unlocking the File Drawer
A Franco, N Malhotra, G Simonovits
Science 345 (6203), 1502-1505, 2014
6372014
Myopic voters and natural disaster policy
A Healy, N Malhotra
American Political Science Review 103 (03), 387-406, 2009
5422009
Irrelevant events affect voters' evaluations of government performance
AJ Healy, N Malhotra, CH Mo
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (29), 12804-12809, 2010
3452010
Attributing blame: The public's response to Hurricane Katrina
N Malhotra, AG Kuo
The Journal of Politics 70 (1), 120-135, 2008
2952008
Retrospective voting reconsidered
A Healy, N Malhotra
Annual Review of Political Science 16, 285-306, 2013
2842013
Completion time and response order effects in web surveys
N Malhotra
Public Opinion Quarterly 72 (5), 914-934, 2008
2622008
The effect of survey mode and sampling on inferences about political attitudes and behavior: Comparing the 2000 and 2004 ANES to Internet surveys with nonprobability samples
N Malhotra, JA Krosnick
Political Analysis 15 (3), 286-323, 2007
2502007
Economic explanations for opposition to immigration: Distinguishing between prevalence and conditional impact
N Malhotra, Y Margalit, CH Mo
American Journal of Political Science 57 (2), 391-410, 2013
2492013
Poverty and support for militant politics: Evidence from Pakistan
G Blair, C Christine Fair, N Malhotra, JN Shapiro
American Journal of Political Science 57 (1), 30-48, 2013
2012013
Do statistical reporting standards affect what is published? Publication bias in two leading political science journals
A Gerber, N Malhotra
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 3 (3), 313-326, 2008
184*2008
Publication bias in empirical sociological research: Do arbitrary significance levels distort published results?
AS Gerber, N Malhotra
Sociological Methods & Research 37 (1), 3-30, 2008
1522008
Electoral Incentives and Partisan Conflict in Congress: Evidence from Survey Experiments
L Harbridge, N Malhotra
American Journal of Political Science, 2011
1482011
Random events, economic losses, and retrospective voting: Implications for democratic competence
A Healy, N Malhotra
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 5 (2), 193-208, 2010
1342010
Political homophily in social relationships: Evidence from online dating behavior
GA Huber, N Malhotra
The Journal of Politics 79 (1), 269-283, 2017
124*2017
The relationship between nonresponse strategies and measurement error
N Malhotra, JM Miller, J Wedeking
Online Panel Research: Data Quality Perspective, A, 313-336, 2014
118*2014
Does media coverage of partisan polarization affect political attitudes?
M Levendusky, N Malhotra
Political Communication 33 (2), 283-301, 2016
1002016
Explaining explanations: How legislators explain their policy positions and how citizens react
CR Grose, N Malhotra, R Parks Van Houweling
American Journal of Political Science 59 (3), 724-743, 2015
832015
Faith or doctrine? Religion and support for political violence in Pakistan
CC Fair, N Malhotra, JN Shapiro
Public Opinion Quarterly 76 (4), 688-720, 2012
832012
Short-term communication effects or longstanding dispositions? The public’s response to the financial crisis of 2008
N Malhotra, Y Margalit
The Journal of Politics 72 (3), 852-867, 2010
782010
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