Omer Yair
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Youth bulge and civil war: Why a country’s share of young adults explains only non-ethnic wars
O Yair, D Miodownik
Conflict Management and Peace Science 33 (1), 25-44, 2016
312016
Biased judgment of political bias: Perceived ideological distance increases perceptions of political bias
O Yair, R Sulitzeanu-Kenan
Political Behavior 37 (2), 487-507, 2015
152015
Can Institutions Make Voters Care about Corruption?
O Yair, R Sulitzeanu-Kenan, Y Dotan
The Journal of Politics 82 (4), 2020
5*2020
How robust is evidence of partisan perceptual bias in survey responses? A new approach for studying expressive responding
O Yair, G Huber
Public Opinion Quarterly, 2019
5*2019
When do we care about political neutrality? The hypocritical nature of reaction to political bias
O Yair, R Sulitzeanu-Kenan
PloS one 13 (5), e0196674, 2018
52018
Political Bias(es) and the Question of Blame
O Yair
22017
Reducing Affective Partisan Polarization: Warm Group Relations or Policy Compromise?
L Huddy, O Yair
12019
Are public sector employees more honest? Field evidence from forty countries
R Sulitzeanu-Kenan, O Yair, M Tepe
2020
Social identification with an ideological group and its effects in multi-party systems: The case of Israel
O Oshri, O Yair, L Huddy
2019
The Politics behind Perceptions of Political Bias: The Intergroup Foundations of Neutrality Invocation and Reaction to Bias
O Yair, R Sulitzeanu-Kenan
Annual meeting of the Western Political Science Association, 2017
2017
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