All Research | Yimeng Li


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)

6. Survey Attention and Self-Reported Political Behavior (with R. Michael Alvarez). Public Opinion Quarterly (Accepted). [Preprint] [Replication]

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 (2022). [Preprint] [Replication]

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

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

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

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]

Working Papers

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

    -- Presented at APSA 2020 (virtual).

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

    -- R&R at Journal of Politics; Presented at Polmeth 2021 (virtual), ESRA 2021 (virtual), and MPSA 2022.