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
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
Subsidizing democracy: How public funding changes elections and how it can work in the future
MG Miller
Cornell University Press, 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
Super PAC!: Unregulated Money in American Politics: Money, Elections, and Voters After Citizens United
CM Dowling, MG Miller
Routledge, 2014
When is changing policy positions costly for politicians? Experimental evidence
D Doherty, CM Dowling, MG Miller
Political Behavior 38 (2), 455-484, 2016
After the GAO Report: What Do We Know About Public Election Funding?
MG Miller
Election Law Journal 10 (3), 273-290, 2011
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
Gaming Arizona: Public money and shifting candidate strategies
M Miller
PS: Political Science & Politics 41 (3), 527-532, 2008
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
Public money, candidate time, and electoral outcomes in state legislative elections
MG Miller
Public Financing in American Elections, 205-24, 2011
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
How voters punish and donors protect legislators embroiled in scandal
BT Hamel, MG Miller
Political Research Quarterly 72 (1), 117-131, 2019
Do audible alerts reduce undervotes? Evidence from Illinois
MG Miller
Election Law Journal 12 (2), 162-178, 2013
Public Financing, Attitudes Toward Government and Politics, and Efficacy
MG Miller, C Panagopoulos
Public Financing in American Elections, 2011
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
Who Does Voter ID Keep From Voting?
B Fraga, M Miller
Unpublished Manuscript, 2018
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
Going all-in: gender and campaign commitment
MG Miller
Research & Politics 2 (3), 2053168015605105, 2015
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
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