Ongoing projects include:
Legislative Log-rolling: Using a Proposal Lottery to Identify Causal Effects (with Donald P. Green)
Are women election averse? (with André Blais).
Do voters punish women politicians more? (with Charles Crabtree and André Blais).
Do snap elections backfire? (with Marco Mendoza Aviña and Ruth Dassonneville).
Descriptive Underrepresentation of Canadian Working Class (with Jacob Robbins-Kanter)
Are feminine traits a liability? (with André Blais)
Is Incumbency Advantage Gendered? In Press at Legislative Studies Quarterly. [Replication Code]
The effects of proposal power on incumbents’ vote share: updated results from a naturally occurring experiment (with Donald P. Green) Political Science Research and Methods. 11(2): 437-446 (2023) [Replication Code]
Does voting in one election reduce the perceived cost of voting in subsequent elections? (with André Blais) Canadian Journal of Political Science. 55(2):486-496 (2022) [Replication Code]
Reassessing Local Candidate Effects. (with Marco Mendoza Aviña and André Blais) Canadian Journal of Political Science 55(2): 480-485 (2022) [Replication Code]
Are voters’ views about proportional outcomes shaped by partisan preferences? A survey experiment in the context of a real election. (with André Blais and Carolina Plescia) Political Science Research Methods 10(2): 445-451 (2022) [Replication Code]
Too Old to Be President? American Politics Research. 50(6): 752-756 (2022) [Replication Code]
Who Controls the Purse Strings? A Longitudinal Study of Gender and Donations in Canadian Politics. (with Erin Tolley and Randy Besco) Politics and Gender. 18(1): 244-272. (2022)
Do people want smarter ballots? (with André Blais and Carolina Plescia) Research and Politics 55(2): 486-495 (2021) [Replication Code]
Do Young Voters Vote for Young Leaders? Electoral Studies 69: 1-8. (2021) [Replication Code]
Who Runs? Canadian Federal and Ontario Provincial Candidates from 1867 to 2019 Canadian Journal of Political Science 54(2): 471-476. (2021)
Did Exposure to COVID-19 Affect Vote Choice in the 2020 U.S. Election? (with Marco Mendoza Aviña) Research and Politics 8(3): 1-4. (2021) [Replication Code]
Who likes to vote by mail? (with Carolina Plescia and André Blais) American Politics Research 49(4): 381-385. (2021)
How Citizens Want their Legislator to Vote? (with Ruth Dassonneville, André Blais, and Jean-François Daoust) Legislative Studies Quarterly 46(2): 297-321. (2021)[Replication Code]
The burden of voting in the 2019 Canadian federal election (with André Blais) Elections Canada (2021)
Do Women Get Fewer Votes in Ontario Provincial Elections? (with Vincent Arel-Bundock and André Blais) In Roosmarijn de Geus, Erin Tolley, Elizabeth Goodyear- Grant, and Peter Loewen, eds. Women, Power, and Political Representation: Canadian and Comparative Perspectives. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 2021.
Logarithmic vs. Linear Visualizations of COVID-19 Cases Do Not Affect Citizens’ Support for Confinement. (with Marco Mendoza Aviña, Gabrielle Péloquin-Skulski, Emmanuel Heisbourg, Paola Vegas, Maxime Coulombe, Vincent Arel-Bundock, Peter John Loewen and André Blais) Canadian Journal of Political Science 53(2): 385-390. (2020) [Replication Code]
Do Lawyers Get More Votes? (with André Blais and Danielle Mayer) American Review of Canadian Studies. 50(2): 216-228. (2020) [Replication Code]
How do Turks abroad vote? (with Can Mekik, André Blais and Semih Cakir) Turkish Studies 21(2): 208-230. (2020) [Replication Code]
Do Women Get Fewer Votes? No (with Vincent Arel-Bundock and André Blais) Canadian Journal of Political Science 52(1): 201-210. (2019) [Replication Code]
Was my decision to vote (or abstain) the right one? (with André Blais and Fernando Feitosa) Party Politics 25(3): 382-389. (2019)
Legislative Party Switching and the Changing Nature of the Canadian Party System, 1867-2015 (with Antoine Yoshinaka and André Blais) Canadian Journal of Political Science 51(3): 665-695. (2018) [Replication Code]