Kevin Esterling
Kevin Esterling
Professor of Public Policy and Political Science, UC Riverside
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Who wants to deliberate—and why?
MA Neblo, KM Esterling, RP Kennedy, DMJ Lazer, AE Sokhey
American Political Science Review 104 (3), 566-583, 2010
Promoting transparency in social science research
E Miguel, C Camerer, K Casey, J Cohen, KM Esterling, A Gerber, ...
Science 343 (6166), 30-31, 2014
The political economy of expertise: Information and efficiency in American national politics
K Esterling
University of Michigan Press, 2009
Friends, brokers, and transitivity: Who informs whom in Washington politics?
DP Carpenter, KM Esterling, DMJ Lazer
The journal of Politics 66 (1), 224-246, 2004
Politics with the people: Building a directly representative democracy
MA Neblo, KM Esterling, DMJ Lazer
Cambridge University Press, 2018
The strength of weak ties in lobbying networks: Evidence from health-care politics in the United States
DP Carpenter, KM Esterling, DMJ Lazer
Journal of Theoretical Politics 10 (4), 417-444, 1998
Initial evidence of research quality of registered reports compared with the standard publishing model
CK Soderberg, TM Errington, SR Schiavone, J Bottesini, FS Thorn, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 5 (8), 990-997, 2021
Buying expertise: Campaign contributions and attention to policy analysis in congressional committees
KM Esterling
American Political Science Review 101 (1), 93-109, 2007
The strength of strong ties: A model of contact-making in policy networks with evidence from US health politics
D Carpenter, K Esterling, D Lazer
Rationality and Society 15 (4), 411-440, 2003
Means, motive, and opportunity in becoming informed about politics: A deliberative field experiment with members of Congress and their constituents
KM Esterling, MA Neblo, DMJ Lazer
Public opinion quarterly 75 (3), 483-503, 2011
How much disagreement is good for democratic deliberation?
KM Esterling, A Fung, T Lee
Political Communication 32 (4), 529-551, 2015
Field experiment evidence of substantive, attributional, and behavioral persuasion by members of Congress in online town halls
W Minozzi, MA Neblo, KM Esterling, DMJ Lazer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (13), 3937-3942, 2015
“Deliberative disagreement” in US health policy committee hearings
KM Esterling
Legislative Studies Quarterly 36 (2), 169-198, 2011
Pharmaceutical drugs chatter on online social networks
MT Wiley, C Jin, V Hristidis, KM Esterling
Journal of biomedical informatics 49, 245-254, 2014
Online Town Hall Meetings–Exploring Democracy in the 21st Century
D Lazer, M Neblo, K Esterling, K Goldschmidt
Congressional Management Foundation, Washington, DC, 2009
Judicial accountability the right way: Official performance evaluations help the electorate as well as the bench
KM Esterling
Judicature 82, 206, 1998
Estimating treatment effects in the presence of noncompliance and nonresponse: The generalized endogenous treatment model
KM Esterling, MA Neblo, DMJ Lazer
Political Analysis 19 (2), 205-226, 2011
Expanding the conversation: Multiplier effects from a deliberative field experiment
DM Lazer, AE Sokhey, MA Neblo, KM Esterling, R Kennedy
Political Communication 32 (4), 552-573, 2015
The multiple institutional logics of innovation
D Lazer, I Mergel, C Ziniel, KM Esterling, MA Neblo
International Public Management Journal 14 (3), 311-340, 2011
Illegality, national origin cues, and public opinion on immigration
K Ramakrishnan, K Esterling, M Neblo, D Lazer
Unpublished Manuscript accessed online at http://politicalscience. osu. edu …, 2010
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