Ph.D. Candidate in Social Sciences (Political Science), California Institute of Technology
Previously, I obtained my MSc in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics with Distinction from London School of Economics and Political Science in July 2015.
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3. Relaxing the No Liars Assumption in List Experiment Analyses. Political Analysis (Forthcoming, First View on PA website).
-- Best Third Year Paper Award (Davisson Fellowship), Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences, California Institute of Technology
2. Paying Attention to Inattentive Survey Respondents (with R. Michael Alvarez, Lonna Rae Atkeson, and Ines Levin). Political Analysis (2019).
1. Fraud, Convenience, and e-Voting: How Voting Experience Shapes Opinions about Voting Technology (with R. Michael Alvarez and Ines Levin). Journal of Information Technology & Politics (2018).
Conference Presentations This Year
MPSA 2019: Analyzing Changes in Sensitive Attitudes, Sat, April 6, 11:30am to 1:00pm
Polmeth 2019: Analyzing Panel of Text Data Indexed by a Hidden Characteristic: Theory and Applications to the Study of Media in the U.S. and China (Poster), Thur, Jul 18, 12:00 to 2:00pm
Referee: American Political Science Review, Political Analysis, Journal of Information Technology & Politics
yimeng.li at caltech.edu
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