William Minozzi (Ph.D., Stanford University Graduate School of Business, 2006), Assistant 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. Journal of Politics pdf
"Conditions for Dialogue and Dominance in Political Campaigns." Political Communication pdf
Manuscripts in Preparation
"Party and Promotions after the Republican Revolution" With Matthew P. Hitt. Revise & resubmit at Legislative Studies Quarterly pdf
"Competition, Preference Uncertainty, and Jamming." With Jonathan Woon. pdf
"Deliberation as Interactive Reasoning." With Michael A. Neblo and David A. Siegel. pdf
"Accounting for Accountability in the US House."
"Issue Diffusion across Political Campaigns." With Craig Volden and David Darmofal.
- American Politics
- Formal Theory
- PhD, Stanford University Graduate School of Business