Jonathan Mummolo
Jonathan Mummolo
Associate Professor of Politics and Public Affairs, Princeton University
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How much should we trust estimates from multiplicative interaction models? Simple tools to improve empirical practice
J Hainmueller, J Mummolo, Y Xu
Political Analysis 27 (2), 163-192, 2019
Demand Effects in Survey Experiments: An Empirical Assessment
J Mummolo, E Peterson
American Political Science Review 113 (2), 517-529, 2019
Improving the Interpretation of Fixed Effects Regression Results
J Mummolo, E Peterson
Political Science Research and Methods 6 (4), 829-835, 2018
Administrative Records Mask Racially Biased Policing
D Knox, W Lowe, J Mummolo
American Political Science Review, 2020
The role of officer race and gender in police-civilian interactions in Chicago
BA Ba, D Knox, J Mummolo, R Rivera
Science 371 (6530), 696-702, 2021
Militarization fails to enhance police safety or reduce crime but may harm police reputation
J Mummolo
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of …, 2018
Why Partisans Do Not Sort: The Constraints on Political Segregation
J Mummolo, C Nall
The Journal of Politics 79 (1), 45-59, 2017
Modern Police Tactics, Police-Citizen Interactions and the Prospects for Reform
J Mummolo
The Journal of Politics 80 (1), 1-15, 2018
Obstacles to Estimating Voter ID Laws’ Effect on Turnout
J Grimmer, E Hersh, M Meredith, J Mummolo, C Nall
The Journal of Politics 80 (3), 1045-1051, 2018
News From the Other Side: How Topic Relevance Limits the Prevalence of Partisan Selective Exposure
J Mummolo
The Journal of Politics 78 (3), 763-773, 2016
Tea Party influence: A story of activists and elites
MA Bailey, J Mummolo, H Noel
American Politics Research 40 (5), 769-804, 2012
Making Inferences About Racial Disparities in Police Violence
D Knox, J Mummolo
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2020
The limits of partisan loyalty
J Mummolo, E Peterson, S Westwood
Political Behavior 43 (3), 949-972, 2021
Assessing the Breadth of Framing Effects
DJ Hopkins, J Mummolo
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 12 (1), 37-57, 2017
An automated approach to causal inference in discrete settings
G Duarte, N Finkelstein, D Knox, J Mummolo, I Shpitser
Journal of the American Statistical Association, 1-25, 2023
Explaining Misperceptions of Crime
J Esberg, J Mummolo
Working Paper, 0
Toward a General Causal Framework for the Study of Racial Bias in Policing
D Knox, J Mummolo
Journal of Political Institutions and Political Economy, 2020
How Content Preferences Limit the Reach of Voting Aids
J Mummolo, E Peterson
American Politics Research 45 (2), 159-185, 2017
Out of context: the absence of geographic variation in US immigrants' perceptions of discrimination
DJ Hopkins, J Mummolo, VM Esses, CR Kaiser, HB Marrow, M McDermott
Politics, Groups, and Identities 4 (3), 363-392, 2016
INTERFLEX: Stata module to estimate multiplicative interaction models with diagnostics and visualization
Y Xu, J Hainmueller, J Mummolo, L Liu
Boston College Department of Economics, 2017
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