The Society for Political Methodology is holding it’s annual summer meeting next week at Yale University. Here is the complete program. Some highlights for election geeks include:
- Philip Stark’s paper, “Election auditing: How much is enough?”
- Kevin Arceneaux, Thad Kousser and Megan Mullin, “Do vote-by-mail elections work? A randomized field experiment estimating the causal effect of mobilization in traditional and vote-by-mail precincts.”
- Yusaku Horiuchi and Kentaro Fukumoto, “Mobilization and participation: A natural experiment.”
- Betsy Sinclair and Michael Alvarez, “Matching and experiments: causal inferences without full randomization.”
There will also be faculty and graduate student poster sessions, many of those posters will also be of interest to election geeks!