Estimating Dynamic State Preferences from United Nations Voting Data” (with Michael A. Bailey and Erik Voeten). 2017. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 61(2): 430-456. 

“Affiliation Bias in Arbitration: An Experimental Approach.” (with Sergio Puig) . Forthcoming. Journal of Legal Studies  (Download) (Replication Data)

“The David Effect and ISDS” (with Sergio Puig). Forthcoming. European Journal of International Law. (Download) (Replication Data)

“Human Rights and Human Welfare: Looking for a Dark Side to International Human Rights Law” (with Beth A. Simmons). 2017. In Human Rights Futures. eds. Jack Snyder, Leslie Vinjamuri and Stephen Hopgood. Cambridge University Press. 

"Court Performance within the Multilateral Trade Regime" (with Cosette D. Creamer). Forthcoming In The Performance of International Courts and Tribunals. Cambridge University Press. 

“boocio: An Education System with Hierarchical Concept Maps and Dynamic Nonlinear Learning Plans. (with Michail Schwab, Hendrik Strobelt, James Tompkin, Colin Fredericks, Connor Huff, Dana Higgins, Mayya Komisarchik, Gary King, and Hanspeter Pfister). 2017. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 23(1): 571-580.


Selected Working Papers

"Investigator Characteristics and Respondent Behavior in Online Surveys." (with Ariel White, Christopher Lucas, Dominika Kruszewska and Connor Huff). Conditional Accept. Journal of Experimental Political Science. (Download)

"Why Rich Countries Win Investment Disputes: Taking Selection Seriously." (Download)

"Generalized Difference-in-Differences Estimands and Synthetic Controls." (Download)

“Detecting Bias in International Arbitration." (Download)

"You Only Dissent Once: Re-appointment and Legal Practices in Investment Arbitration." (Download)

“International Disputes, Media Coverage, and Backlash Against International Law." (with Ryan Brutger) (Download)

“Using Latent Space Models to Study International Legal Precedent: An Application to the WTO Dispute Settlement Body." (Download)

“Detecting Causal Masking.” (with Adam Glynn and Eric Beerbohm)