Ethan Hershberger, William Minozzi, & Craig Volden. “Party Calls and Reelection in the U.S. Senate.” Accepted at Journal of Politics.
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Michael A. Neblo, William Minozzi, Kevin M. Esterling, Jon Green, Jonathon Kingzette, & David M.J. Lazer. 2017. “The need for a translational science of democracy.” Science. 355(6328): 914-5.

William Minozzi & Jonathan Woon. 2016. “Competition, Preference Uncertainty, and Jamming.” Games and Economic Behavior. 96: 97-114.

William Minozzi, Michael A. Neblo, Kevin M. Esterling, & David M. J. Lazer. 2015. “Field experiment evidence of substantive, attributional, and behavioral persuasion by Members of Congress in online town halls.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 112(13): 3937-3942.
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William Minozzi. 2014. “Conditions for Dialogue and Dominance in Political Campaigns.” Political Communication. 31(1): 73-93.

William Minozzi & Jonathan Woon. 2013. “Lying Aversion, Lobbying, and Context in a Strategic Communication Experiment” Journal of Theoretical Politics. 25(3): 309-37.

William Minozzi & Craig Volden 2013. “Who Heeds the Call of the Party in Congress?” Journal of Politics. 75(3): 787-802.
Replicated in “Party Calls and Reelection in the U.S. Senate.”

William Minozzi. 2013. “Endogenous Beliefs in Models of Politics” American Journal of Political Science. 57(3): 566-81.
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Luke Keele & William Minozzi. 2013. “How Much is Minnesota Like Wisconsin?” Political Analysis. 21(2): 193-216.

William Minozzi. 2011. “A Jamming Theory of Politics” Journal of Politics. 73(2): 301-15.
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Brandice Canes-Wrone, William Minozzi, & Jessica Bonney Reveley. 2011. “Issue Accountability and the Mass Public” Legislative Studies Quarterly. 36(1): 5-35.
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