Ongoing Projects (comments welcome!)
“Political Frames of Public Health Crises: Evidence from the Opioid Epidemic in the US Congress” (with Max Weiss). Under Review. Replication Materials
Who are America’s Homeless Voters? How Shelters Make Citizens (with Jacob Brown). Early Draft. Presented at APSA 2019 Conference.
Crime, policing, and local politics
“Do Police Brutality Stories Reduce 911 Calls? Reassessing an Important Criminological Finding.” American Sociological Review (2020). Replication Materials
“Resisting Broken Windows: The Effect of Neighborhood Disorder on Political Behavior” (with Jacob Brown). Political Behavior (2020). Replication Materials
“Going National: Immigration Enforcement and the Politicization of Local Police.” PS: Political Science & Politics (2020). Replication Materials
Substance use epidemiology and public policy
“The cannabinoid content of legal cannabis in Washington State varies systematically across testing facilities and popular consumer products” (with Nick Jikomes). Scientific Reports (2018). Replication Materials
“Bowling alone, dying together: the role of social capital in mitigating the drug overdose epidemic in the United States” (with Jason Salemi). Drug And Alcohol Dependence (2017)
“Polydrug epidemiology: Benzodiazepine prescribing and the drug overdose epidemic in the United States.” Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety (2018).
“Fentanyl shock: The changing geography of overdose in the United States.” International Journal of Drug Policy (2019). Replication Materials
“Blue Endorsements Matter: How the Fraternal Order of Police Contributed to Donald Trump’s Victory.” PS: Political Science & Politics (2019). Replication Materials
“Does ‘right to work’ imperil the right to health? The effect of labour unions on workplace fatalities.” Occupational & Environmental Medicine (2018). Replication Materials
“The Overlooked Organizational Basis of Trump’s 2016 Victory” (with Theda Skocpol). Upending American Politics, New York: Oxford University Press (2020).
“The Texas-Sized Impact of Beto O’Rourke’s 2018 Senate Campaign” (with Eliza Oehmler). Upending American Politics, New York: Oxford University Press (2020).