William Minozzi (Ph.D., Stanford University Graduate School of Business, 2006), Associate Professor, studies the intersection of preferences, beliefs, and communication, with a focus on the consequences for politics and policy. Some of his current research projects focus on the strategic deployment of expert information by elites; learning and the roles of party reputations and issue salience in campaign strategy; and the dynamics of responsiveness to party pressure in Congress.
"Who Heeds the Call of the Party in Congress?" With Craig Volden. 2013. Journal of Politics. 75(3):787-802.pdf
"Conditions for Dialogue and Dominance in Political Campaigns." 2014. Political Communication. 31(1): 73-93. pdf
- American Politics
- Formal Theory
- PhD, Stanford University Graduate School of Business