Research

Examples of published Works by QuaSSI Fellows

Hardy, Melissa, Francesco Acciai, and Adriana Reyes. “How health conditions translate into self-ratings: A comparative study of older adults across Europe.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 2014.

Firebaugh, Glenn, Francesco Acciai, Aggie J. Noah, Chris Prather, and Claudia Nau. “Why the racial gap in life expectancy is declining in the United States.” Demographic Research, 2014.

Firebaugh, Glenn, Francesco Acciai, Aggie J. Noah, Chris Prather, and Claudia Nau. “Why lifespans are more variable for blacks than of whites in the United States.” Demography, 2014.

Karwa, V., Slavkovic, A. ‘Conditional Inference given partial information in contingency tables using Markov Bases’, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews, 2013

Bagozzi, Benjamin. “The Multifaceted Nature of Global Climate Change Negotiations”, accepted by Review of International Organizations, to be published in 2015.

Wright, A.G.C., Pincus, A.L., Conroy, D.E., & Hilsenroth, M.J. (2009). Integrating methods to optimize circumplex description and comparison of groups. Journal of Personality Assessment, 91(4), 311-322

Examples of QuaSSI Conference presentations:

Soltoff, Benjamin C. “Campaign Contributions and Judicial Decisionmaking: Does Money Buy Access?” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans, LA, 2015.

Soltoff, Benjamin C. “The Effect of Institutional Procedures on Agenda-Setting in State Courts of Last Resort.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans, LA, 2015.

Soltoff, Benjamin C. “Do Decisions Follow Dollars? Campaign Contributions and State Supreme Court Decisions.” Under review. Poster presented at the Annual State Politics & Policy Conference, Bloomington, IN, 2014.

Soltoff, Benjamin C. “Automated Retrieval and Classification of State Supreme Court Decisions.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, 2014.

Porter, N., Idris, M.  “Adapting RDS to Big Data: Known Dependent Sampling in Online Recommender Data”. Oral presentation at Sunbelt XXXIV. St. Pete Beach, FL. 2014.