Dan Hopkins
Dan Hopkins
Professor of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania
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Public attitudes toward immigration
J Hainmueller, DJ Hopkins
Annual review of political science 17, 225-249, 2014
Causal inference in conjoint analysis: Understanding multidimensional choices via stated preference experiments
J Hainmueller, DJ Hopkins, T Yamamoto
Political analysis 22 (1), 1-30, 2014
Politicized places: Explaining where and when immigrants provoke local opposition
DJ Hopkins
American political science review 104 (1), 40-60, 2010
A method of automated nonparametric content analysis for social science
DJ Hopkins, G King
American Journal of Political Science 54 (1), 229-247, 2010
The hidden American immigration consensus: A conjoint analysis of attitudes toward immigrants
J Hainmueller, DJ Hopkins
American journal of political science 59 (3), 529-548, 2015
The increasingly United States: How and why American political behavior nationalized
DJ Hopkins
University of Chicago Press, 2018
When mayors matter: estimating the impact of mayoral partisanship on city policy
ER Gerber, DJ Hopkins
American Journal of Political Science 55 (2), 326-339, 2011
Beyond binary labels: Political ideology prediction of Twitter users
D Preoţiuc-Pietro, Y Liu, D Hopkins, L Ungar
Proceedings of the 55th annual meeting of the association for computational …, 2017
System for estimating a distribution of message content categories in source data
G King, D Hopkins, Y Lu
US Patent 9,189,538, 2015
Improving anchoring vignettes: Designing surveys to correct interpersonal incomparability
DJ Hopkins, G King
Public opinion quarterly 74 (2), 201-222, 2010
The muted consequences of correct information about immigration
DJ Hopkins, J Sides, J Citrin
The Journal of Politics 81 (1), 315-320, 2019
The constraining power of international treaties: Theory and methods
BA Simmons, DJ Hopkins
American Political Science Review 99 (4), 623-631, 2005
The number of choice tasks and survey satisficing in conjoint experiments
K Bansak, J Hainmueller, DJ Hopkins, T Yamamoto
Political Analysis 26 (1), 112-119, 2018
The diversity discount: When increasing ethnic and racial diversity prevents tax increases
DJ Hopkins
The Journal of Politics 71 (1), 160-177, 2009
Conjoint survey experiments
K Bansak, J Hainmueller, DJ Hopkins, T Yamamoto, JN Druckman, ...
Advances in experimental political science 19, 19-41, 2021
Political polarization in American politics
DJ Hopkins, J Sides
Political Polarization in American Politics, 1-128, 2015
The upside of accents: Language, inter-group difference, and attitudes toward immigration
DJ Hopkins
British Journal of Political Science 45 (3), 531-557, 2015
No more wilder effect, never a Whitman effect: When and why polls mislead about black and female candidates
DJ Hopkins
The journal of politics 71 (3), 769-781, 2009
Extracting systematic social science meaning from text
D Hopkins, G King
Manuscript available at http://gking. harvard. edu/files/words. pdf 20 (07), 2007
Beyond the breaking point? Survey satisficing in conjoint experiments
K Bansak, J Hainmueller, DJ Hopkins, T Yamamoto
Political Science Research and Methods 9 (1), 53-71, 2021
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