William Minozzi & Gregory A. Caldeira. “Congress and Community: Coresidence Social Influence in the U.S. House of Representatives, 1801-1861.” Accepted, American Political Science Review. Draft Appendix

William Minozzi, Ryan Kennedy, Kevin M. Esterling, Michael A. Neblo, & Ryan Jewell. “Testing the Benefits of Public Deliberation.” Accepted, American Journal of Political Science. Draft Appendix Replication materials

Ryan Kennedy, Anand E. Sokhey, Claire Abernathy, Kevin M. Esterling, David M.J. Lazer, Amy Lee, William Minozzi, & Michael A. Neblo. ``Demographics and (Equal?) Voice: Assessing Participation in Online Deliberative Sessions.’’ 2021. Political Studies 69(1):66-88.

William Minozzi and Jonathan Woon. 2020. “Direct Response and the Strategy Method in an Experimental Cheap Talk Game.” Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 85(April), 101498.

William Minozzi, Hyunjin Song, David M.J. Lazer, Michael A. Neblo, & Katherine Ognyanova. 2020. “The Incidental Pundit: Who Talks Politics with Whom, and Why?” American Journal of Political Science 64(1): 135-51.
Appendix Replication materials

Claire Abernathy, Kevin Esterling, Justin Freebourn, Ryan Kennedy, Michael Neblo, & Jonathan Solis. 2019. “Constituent Communication through Telephone Town Halls: A Field Experiment Involving Members of Congress.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 44(4): 617-46.
Appendix Replication materials

William Minozzi and Jonathan Woon. 2019. “The Limited Value of a Second Opinion: Competition and Exaggeration in Experimental Cheap Talk Games.” Games and Economic Behavior 117(September): 144-62.
Appendix Replication materials

Ethan Hershberger, William Minozzi, & Craig Volden. 2018. “Party Calls and Reelection in the U.S. Senate.” Journal of Politics. 80(4): 1394-9.
Appendix Replication materials

Michael A. Neblo, William Minozzi, Kevin M. Esterling, Jon Green, Jonathon Kingzette, & David M.J. Lazer. 2017. “The need for a translational science of democracy.” Science. 355(6328): 914-5.

William Minozzi & Jonathan Woon. 2016. “Competition, Preference Uncertainty, and Jamming.” Games and Economic Behavior. 96(March): 97-114.

William Minozzi, Michael A. Neblo, Kevin M. Esterling, & David M. J. Lazer. 2015. “Field experiment evidence of substantive, attributional, and behavioral persuasion by Members of Congress in online town halls.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 112(13): 3937-3942.
Replication materials

William Minozzi. 2014. “Conditions for Dialogue and Dominance in Political Campaigns.” Political Communication. 31(1): 73-93.

William Minozzi & Jonathan Woon. 2013. “Lying Aversion, Lobbying, and Context in a Strategic Communication Experiment” Journal of Theoretical Politics. 25(3): 309-37.

William Minozzi & Craig Volden. 2013. “Who Heeds the Call of the Party in Congress?” Journal of Politics. 75(3): 787-802.
Replicated in “Party Calls and Reelection in the U.S. Senate.”

William Minozzi. 2013. “Endogenous Beliefs in Models of Politics” American Journal of Political Science. 57(3): 566-81.

Luke Keele & William Minozzi. 2013. “How Much is Minnesota Like Wisconsin?” Political Analysis. 21(2): 193-216.

William Minozzi. 2011. “A Jamming Theory of Politics” Journal of Politics. 73(2): 301-15.

Brandice Canes-Wrone, William Minozzi, & Jessica Bonney Reveley. 2011. “Issue Accountability and the Mass Public” Legislative Studies Quarterly. 36(1): 5-35.