All Research | Yimeng Li

Book

Securing American Elections: How Data-Driven Election Monitoring Can Improve Our Democracy (with R. Michael Alvarez, Nicholas Adams-Cohen, and Seo-young Silvia Kim). Elements in Elections and Campaigns. Cambridge University Press (2020).

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles (Authors in alphabetical order unless otherwise noted)

5. Why Do Election Results Change After Election Day? The "Blue Shift" in California Elections (Lead author, with R. Michael Alvarez and Michelle Hyun). Political Research Quarterly (2021).

    -- APSA Preprint version is available here.

    -- Replication materials: GitHub link

4. Voting Experiences, Perceptions of Fraud, and Voter Confidence (with R. Michael Alvarez and Jian Cao). Social Science Quarterly (2021).

    -- APSA Preprint version is available here.

    -- Replication materials: GitHub link

3. Relaxing the No Liars Assumption in List Experiment Analyses. Political Analysis (2019).

    -- Best Third Year Paper Award, Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences, California Institute of Technology

    -- Replication materials: PA Dataverse link

2. Paying Attention to Inattentive Survey Respondents (with R. Michael Alvarez, Lonna Rae Atkeson, and Ines Levin). Political Analysis (2019).

    -- Replication materials: PA Dataverse link, GitHub link

1. Fraud, Convenience, and e-Voting: How Voting Experience Shapes Opinions about Voting Technology (with R. Michael Alvarez and Ines Levin). Journal of Information Technology & Politics (2018).

    -- Replication materials: GitHub link

Working Papers

3. Analyzing Text Data Indexed by a Hidden Characteristic: Method and Application to the Study of Media Bias in the U.S.

    -- Job Market Paper; Presented at APSA 2020 (virtual).

2. Universal Mail Ballot Delivery Boosts Turnout: The Causal Effects of Sending Mail Ballots to All Registered Voters (with R. Michael Alvarez).

    -- APSA Preprint version is available here.

    -- Under Review; Presented at Polmeth 2021 (virtual) and ESRA 2021 (virtual).

1. Survey Attention and Self-Reported Political Behavior (with R. Michael Alvarez).

    -- APSA Preprint version is available here.

    -- R&R at Public Opinion Quarterly; Presented at MPSA 2021 (virtual).

Work in Progress

1. Analyzing Changes in Sensitive Attitudes (with R. Michael Alvarez and Ines Levin).