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Dassonneville, Ruth, Nadjim Fréchet, Alexandra Jabbour, Benjamin Ferland, and Jonathan Homola. Forthcoming. “Party responsiveness over time: From left-right to issue specific dimensions.” Party Politics. [Link]

Homola, Jonathan, Miguel M. Pereira, and Margit Tavits. 2024. “Fixed Effects and Post-Treatment Bias in Legacy Studies.” American Political Science Review 118: 537-544. [Link] [Replication] [OSF Preprint, March 2023] [OSF Preprint, June 2020]

Tavits, Margit, Petra Schleiter, Jonathan Homola, and Dalston Ward. 2024. “Fathers’ leave increases attitudinal gender equality.” American Political Science Review 118: 488-494. [Link] [Replication]

Homola, Jonathan, Connor Huff, Yui Nishimura, and Amorae Times. 2023. “The Gendered Legacies of the Frontier and Military Enlistment Behavior.” Journal of Historical Political Economy 2: 635-653. [Link]

Homola, Jonathan, Jon C. Rogowski, Betsy Sinclair, Michelle Torres, Patrick D. Tucker, and Steven W. Webster. 2023. “Through the ideology of the beholder: how ideology shapes perceptions of partisan groups.” Political Science Research and Methods 11: 275-292. [Link] [Appendix] [Replication]

Homola, Jonathan. 2022. “The Effects of Women’s Descriptive Representation on Government Behavior.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 47: 295-308. [Link] [Appendix] [Replication]

  • Wiley, March 2022: “International Women’s Day/Women’s History Month” [Link]
  • LSQ, February/March 2022: “Let the Women Speak: Special Issue for International Women’s Day 2022 and beyond” [Link]
  • LSQ, February 2022: “Researcher’s Choice: Top Cited Articles in 2021” [Link]

Homola, Jonathan. 2021. “Partisanship and perceived threats about immigration.” Party Politics 27: 977-982. [Link] [Appendix] [Replication]

Homola, Jonathan, Miguel M. Pereira, and Margit Tavits. 2020. “Legacies of the Third Reich: Concentration Camps and Outgroup Intolerance.” American Political Science Review 114: 573-590. [Link] [Appendix] [Replication]

  • Winner of the Sage Best Paper Award (for the best comparative politics paper presented at the 2018 APSA annual conference)
  • APSA Comparative Politics Newsletter, Fall 2019: “Q&A – Legacies of the Third Reich: Concentration Camps and Outgroup Intolerance” [Link]

Homola, Jonathan. 2019. “Are Parties Equally Responsive to Women and Men?” British Journal of Political Science 49: 957-975. [Link] [Appendix] [Replication]

  • Süddeutsche Zeitung, February 24, 2018: “Volk und Vertreter” [Link]

Homola, Jonathan, and Margit Tavits. 2018. “Contact Reduces Immigration-Related Fears for Leftist but Not for Rightist Voters.” Comparative Political Studies 51: 1789-1820. [Link] [Appendix] [Replication]

Boston, Joshua, Jonathan Homola, Betsy Sinclair, Michelle Torres, and Patrick D. Tucker. 2018. “The Dynamic Relationship between Personality Stability and Political Attitudes.” Public Opinion Quarterly 82: 843-865. [Link] [Abstract]

Butler, Daniel M., and Jonathan Homola. 2017. “An Empirical Justification for the Use of Racially Distinctive Names to Signal Race in Experiments.” Political Analysis 25: 122-130. [Link] [Appendix] [Replication]

Homola, Jonathan, Natalie Jackson, and Jeff Gill. 2016. “A measure of survey mode differences.” Electoral Studies 44: 255-274. [Link] [Replication]

Ezrow, Lawrence, Jonathan Homola, and Margit Tavits. 2014. “When Extremism Pays: Policy Positions, Voter Certainty, and Party Support in Postcommunist Europe.” Journal of Politics 76: 535-547. [Link] [Appendix] [Replication]

  • APSA Comparative Politics Newsletter, Fall 2014: “Party Positioning and Election Outcomes: Comparing Post-Communist Europe to Established Democracies.” [Link]

Ezrow, Lawrence, Margit Tavits, and Jonathan Homola. 2014. “Voter Polarization, Strength of Partisanship, and Support for Extremist Parties.” Comparative Political Studies 47: 1558-1583. [Link] [Appendix] [Replication]

  • Washington Post, Monkey Cage, August 15, 2014: “When does polarization matter?” [Link]

Budge, Ian, and Jonathan Homola. 2012. “How Far Have European Political Parties Followed the Americans to the Right in the Later Post-War Period? A Textual Analysis.” Cambio 2: 71-86. [Link] [Replication]

Book Chapters

Gill, Jeff, and Jonathan Homola. 2018. “Issues in Polling Methodologies: Inference and Uncertainty.” In: Lonna Rae Atkinson and R. Michael Alvarez (eds.): The Oxford Handbook of Polling and Polling Methods. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 275-298. [Link] [Replication]

Work in Progress

Alizade, Jeyhun, Rafaela Dancygier, and Jonathan Homola. Structures of Bias: How the State Systematically Downplays Right-Wing Extremism. Under review. [Abstract]

  • WZB Mitteilungen 183, March 2024: “Auf einem Auge blind” [Link]
  • Washington Post, Monkey Cage, December 13, 2022: “Germany foiled a far-right coup attempt. It still has a right-wing problem.” [Link]

López Álvarez, Santiago, and Jonathan Homola. More Bullets, More Doves? The Impact of Violence on Political Behavior. Under review. [Abstract]

Homola, Jonathan. The Political Consequences of Group-Based Identities. [Abstract]

Homola, Jonathan, and Jeff Gill. A Flexible Class of Bayesian Frailty Models For Political Science Data. [Abstract]

Aaskoven, Lasse, and Jonathan Homola. The Long-term Effects of Refugees Exposure: Evidence from German Refugees in Denmark. Work in progress. [Abstract]

Bhakta, Kishan, Maranda Joyce, Tabitha Koch, and Jonathan Homola. Politician Responses in the Aftermath of Violent Threats. Work in progress. [Abstract]

Etchevarren Acquarone, Iris, and Jonathan Homola. Closer to You? Candidate Gender and Proximity Voting. Work in progress. [Abstract]

Ezrow, Lawrence, Timothy Hellwig, and Jonathan Homola. Policy Responsiveness to Women. Work in progress. [Abstract]

Homola, Jonathan, Petra Schleiter, and Margit Tavits. The UK Voter ID reform: effects on voter attitudes and behaviour. Work in progress.

Torres, Michelle, and Jonathan Homola. The Shades and Shapes of the Pink Wave: Visual Perspectives of the Women’s March. Work in progress.