Christopher M. Li
Hi, I am an assistant professor at the Department of Political Science at FSU. Previously I was a postdoc at the Cowles Foundation at Yale University and at Princeton University. I hold a Ph.D. in Economics from Northwestern University. You can find my CV here.
A Theory of Strategic Voting with Non-Instrumental Motives, with Ricardo Pique. Social Choice and Welfare, 2020, 55:369-398
Partisan Affect and Elite Polarization, with Daniel Diermeier. American Political Science Review, 2019, 113(1), 277-281.
Laboratories of Democracy, with Chen Cheng. American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 2019, 11(3), 125-154
Electoral Control With Behavioral Voters, with Daniel Diermeier. Journal of Politics, 2017, 79(3)
Dynamic Policy Sabotage, with Germán Gieczewski (R&R at AJPS)
Learning by Choosing: Career Concerns with Observable Actions, with T. Tony Ke and Mikhail Safronov (R&R at AEJ: Micro)
Indirect Accountability of Political Appointees (R&R at JTP)
Polarization and Policy Design, with Giovanni Andreottola
Accountability in Governing Hierarchies , with Greg Sasso and Ian Turner
Dynamics of Polarization: Affective Partisanship and Policy Divergence, with Daniel Diermeier
Electoral Intermediaries, with Jorge Gallego and Leonard Wantchekon
Work in Progress:
Grouptalk, with Brian Libgober
Governmental Systems and Economic Volatility in Democracies, with Chen Cheng, Giulia Venturini, and Weifeng Zhong