Will Lowe

Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
quantitative social science; text analysis; scaling; causal inference
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Knox D, Lowe W, Mummolo J. (2020) Administrative Records Mask Racially Biased Policing American Political Science Review. 114: 619-637
Baerg N, Lowe W. (2020) A textual Taylor rule: Estimating central bank preferences combining topic and scaling methods Political Science Research and Methods. 8: 106-122
Meyer-Sahling J, Lowe W, Stolk Cv. (2016) Silent professionalization: EU integration and the professional socialization of public officials in Central and Eastern Europe European Union Politics. 17: 162-183
Theocharis Y, Lowe W. (2015) Does Facebook increase political participation? Evidence from a field experiment Information Communication and Society. 1-22
Theocharis Y, Lowe W, Deth JWv, et al. (2015) Using Twitter to mobilize protest action: online mobilization patterns and action repertoires in the Occupy Wall Street, Indignados, and Aganaktismenoi movements Information, Communication & Society. 18: 202-220
Carey SC, Mitchell NJ, Lowe W. (2013) States, the security sector, and the monopoly of violence: A new database on pro-government militias Journal of Peace Research. 50: 249-258
Lowe W, Benoit K. (2013) Validating estimates of latent traits from textual data using human judgment as a benchmark Political Analysis. 21: 298-313
Sullivan J, Lowe W. (2010) Chen Shui-bian: On independence China Quarterly. 619-638
Jenne EK, Saideman SM, Lowe W. (2007) Separatism as a bargaining posture: The role of leverage in minority radicalization Journal of Peace Research. 44: 539-558
King G, Lowe W. (2003) An Automated Information Extraction Tool for International Conflict Data with Performance as Good as Human Coders: A Rare Events Evaluation Design International Organization. 57: 617-642
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