Michael G. Miller
Michael G. Miller
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Barnard College, Columbia University
Verified email at barnard.edu - Homepage
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Are financial or moral scandals worse? It depends
D Doherty, CM Dowling, MG Miller
PS: Political Science and Politics, 749-757, 2011
912011
Does time heal all wounds? Sex scandals, tax evasion, and the passage of time
D Doherty, CM Dowling, MG Miller
PS, Political Science & Politics 47 (2), 357, 2014
392014
Subsidizing democracy: How public funding changes elections and how it can work in the future
MG Miller
Cornell University Press, 2013
32*2013
Does public election funding create more extreme legislators? Evidence from Arizona and Maine
SE Masket, MG Miller
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 15 (1), 24-40, 2015
262015
Super PAC!: Unregulated Money in American Politics: Money, Elections, and Voters After Citizens United
CM Dowling, MG Miller
Routledge, 2014
262014
When is changing policy positions costly for politicians? Experimental evidence
D Doherty, CM Dowling, MG Miller
Political Behavior 38 (2), 455-484, 2016
232016
After the GAO Report: What Do We Know About Public Election Funding?
MG Miller
Election Law Journal 10 (3), 273-290, 2011
202011
Do Local Party Chairs Think Women and Minority Candidates Can Win? Evidence from a Conjoint Experiment
D Doherty, CM Dowling, MG Miller
The Journal of Politics 81 (4), 1282-1297, 2019
152019
Gaming Arizona: Public money and shifting candidate strategies
M Miller
PS: Political Science & Politics 41 (3), 527-532, 2008
152008
Experimental Evidence on the Relationship Between Interest Group Funding and Candidate Vote Share
C Dowling, MG Miller
Journal of Experimental Political Science 3 (2), 152-63, 2016
14*2016
Public money, candidate time, and electoral outcomes in state legislative elections
MG Miller
Public Financing in American Elections, 205-24, 2011
122011
Can Information Alter Perceptions about Women's Chances of Winning Office? Evidence from a Panel Study
CM Dowling, MG Miller
Politics & Gender 11 (1), 55-88, 2015
112015
How voters punish and donors protect legislators embroiled in scandal
BT Hamel, MG Miller
Political Research Quarterly 72 (1), 117-131, 2019
102019
Do audible alerts reduce undervotes? Evidence from Illinois
MG Miller
Election Law Journal 12 (2), 162-178, 2013
92013
Public Financing, Attitudes Toward Government and Politics, and Efficacy
MG Miller, C Panagopoulos
Public Financing in American Elections, 2011
82011
Revisiting roll-off in alerted optical scan precincts: Evidence from Illinois general elections
MG Miller, MD Tuma, L Woods
Election Law Journal 14 (4), 382-391, 2015
52015
Who Does Voter ID Keep From Voting?
B Fraga, M Miller
Unpublished Manuscript, 2018
42018
Knowledge persists, opinions drift: Learning and opinion change in a three-wave panel experiment
CM Dowling, M Henderson, MG Miller
American Politics Research 48 (2), 263-274, 2020
32020
Going all-in: gender and campaign commitment
MG Miller
Research & Politics 2 (3), 2053168015605105, 2015
32015
State Responses to US Supreme Court Campaign Finance Decisions
CF Kulesza, MG Miller, C Witko
Publius: The Journal of Federalism 47 (3), 467-490, 2017
22017
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