Justin Esarey
Justin Esarey
Associate Professor of Political Science, Wake Forest University
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Testing for interaction in binary logit and probit models: is a product term essential?
WD Berry, JHR DeMeritt, J Esarey
American Journal of Political Science 54 (1), 248-266, 2010
“Fairer sex” or purity myth? Corruption, gender, and institutional context
J Esarey, G Chirillo
Politics & Gender 9 (4), 361-389, 2013
Women’s representation, accountability and corruption in democracies
J Esarey, LA Schwindt-Bayer
British Journal of Political Science 48 (3), 659-690, 2018
Practical and effective approaches to dealing with clustered data
J Esarey, A Menger
Political Science Research and Methods 7 (3), 541-559, 2019
Marginal effects in interaction models: Determining and controlling the false positive rate
J Esarey, JL Sumner
Comparative Political Studies, 0010414017730080, 2015
Unbiased, reliable, and valid student evaluations can still be unfair
J Esarey, N Valdes
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 45 (8), 1106-1120, 2020
What motivates political preferences? Self‐interest, ideology, and fairness in a laboratory democracy
J Esarey, TC Salmon, C Barrilleaux
Economic Inquiry 50 (3), 604-624, 2012
Estimating causal relationships between women’s representation in government and corruption
J Esarey, LA Schwindt-Bayer
Comparative Political Studies 52 (11), 1713-1741, 2019
Social insurance and income redistribution in a laboratory experiment
J Esarey, T Salmon, C Barrilleaux
Political Research Quarterly 65 (3), 685-698, 2012
Political context and the consequences of naming and shaming for human rights abuse
J Esarey, JHR DeMeritt
International interactions 43 (4), 589-618, 2017
Reputation and cooperation in voluntary exchanges: Comparing local and central institutions
TK Ahn, J Esarey, JT Scholz
Journal of Politics 71 (2), 398-413, 2009
A dynamic model of generalized social trust
TK Ahn, J Esarey
Journal of Theoretical Politics 20 (2), 151-180, 2008
Assessing fit quality and testing for misspecification in binary-dependent variable models
J Esarey, A Pierce
Political Analysis 20 (4), 480-500, 2012
Does peer review identify the best papers? A simulation study of editors, reviewers, and the scientific publication process
J Esarey
PS: Political Science & Politics 50 (4), 963-969, 2017
Strategic interaction and interstate crises: A Bayesian quantal response estimator for incomplete information games
J Esarey, B Mukherjee, WH Moore
Political Analysis 16 (3), 250-273, 2008
Measuring the effects of publication bias in political science
J Esarey, A Wu
Research & Politics 3 (3), 2053168016665856, 2016
Bias and overconfidence in parametric models of interactive processes
WD Berry, JHR DeMeritt, J Esarey
American Journal of Political Science 60 (2), 521-539, 2016
A Quantitative Method for Substantive Robustness Assessment
J Esarey, N Danneman
Political Science Research and Methods 3 (1), 95-111, 2015
Gender and citizen responses to corruption among politicians: The US and Brazil
LA Schwindt-Bayer, J Esarey, E Schumacher
Gender and corruption: Historical roots and new avenues for research, 59-82, 2018
Fractionally integrated data and the autodistributed lag model: Results from a simulation study
J Esarey
Political Analysis 24 (1), 42-49, 2016
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