Daniel Corstange
assistant professor
2016 The Price of a Vote in the Middle East, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics).
f.c. Clientelism in Competitive and Uncompetitive Elections, Comparative Political Studies (forthcoming).
2016 Anti-American Behavior in the Middle East, Journal of Politics 78(1): 311-325.
2014 Foreign-Sponsorship Effects in Developing-World Surveys: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Lebanon, Public Opinion Quarterly 78(2): 474-484.
2013 Ethnicity on the Sleeve and Class in the Heart: When do People Respond to Identity and Material Interests? British Journal of Political Science 43(4): 889-914.
2012 Vote Trafficking in Lebanon, International Journal of Middle East Studies, 44(3): 483-505.
2012 Taking Sides in Other People's Elections: The Polarizing Effect of Foreign Intervention (with Nikolay Marinov), American Journal of Political Science, 56(3): 655-670.
2012 Religion, Pluralism, and Iconography in the Public Sphere: Theory and Evidence from Lebanon, World Politics, 64(1): 116-160.
2010 The Parliamentary Election in Lebanon, June 2009, Electoral Studies, 29(1): 285-289.
2009 Sensitive Questions, Truthful Answers? Modeling the List Experiment with LISTIT, Political Analysis, 17(1): 45-63.
2009 Tribes and the Rule of Law in Yemen, al-Masar, 10(1): 3-54.
2007 Drawing Dissent: Political Cartoons in Yemen, PS: Political Science & Politics, 40(2): 293-296.
2002 How Should Americans Understand Arab and Muslim Political Attitudes? (with Mark Tessler), Journal of Sociological Affairs, 19(76): 13-34.