curriculum vita

Employment

Professor, Department of Political Science, Columbia University, 2011 - present.

Director, Institution for Social and Policy Studies at Yale, 1996 to 2011.

A. Whitney Griswold Professor, Department of Political Science, Yale University, 2001 to 2011.

Professor, Department of Political Science, Yale University, 1994 to 2001.

Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Yale University, 1993 to 1994.

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Yale University, January 1, 1989 to 1993.

Education

Ph.D., Political Science, University of California, Berkeley (1988)

M.A., Political Science, University of California, Berkeley (1984)

B.A., summa cum laude, Political Science and History, UCLA (1983)

Books

Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green.  2012.  Field Experiments: Design, Analysis, and Interpretation.  New York: W.W. Norton.

Green, Donald P., and Alan S. Gerber.  2008.  Get Out The Vote:  How to Increase Voter Turnout, Second Edition.  Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press. 

Green, Donald P., and Alan S. Gerber.  2004.  Get Out The Vote!  How to Increase Voter Turnout.  Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press. 

Green, Donald, Bradley Palmquist, and Eric Schickler. 2002. Partisan Hearts and Minds: Political Parties and the Social Identities of Voters. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Green, Donald P. and Ian Shapiro. 1994. Pathologies of Rational Choice Theory: A Critique of Applications in Political Science. New Haven: Yale University Press. (German translation published in 1999 and Chinese translation published in 2001) 

Academic Essays, by Substantive Area

Experiments and Experimental Research Methods

Aronow, Peter M., Donald P. Green, and Donald K.K. Lee. 2014.  Sharp Bounds on the Variance in Randomized Experiments.  Annals of Statistics 42(3): 850-871.

Green, Donald P., and Dane R. Thorley.  2014.   Field Experimentation and the Study of Law and Policy.  Annual Review of Law and Social Science 10:53-72.

Green, Donald P., Brian R. Calfano, and Peter M. Aronow.  2014.  Field Experimental Designs for the Study of Media Effects.  Political Communication 31(1): 168-180.

E. Miguel, C. Camerer, K. Casey, J. Cohen, K. M. Esterling, A. Gerber, R. Glennerster, D. P. Green, M. Humphreys, G. Imbens, D. Laitin, T. Madon, L. Nelson, B. A. Nosek, M. Petersen, R. Sedlmayr, J. P. Simmons, U. Simonsohn, and M. Van der Laan.  2014.  Promoting Transparency in Social Science Research.  Science.  3 January: 30-31.

Druckman, James N., and Donald P. Green.  2013.  Mobilizing Group Membership: The Impact of Personalization and Social Pressure E-mails.  SAGE Open 3(2): doi: 10.1177/2158244013492781.

Green, Donald P., and Alexander Coppock.   2013.  Field Experiments.  Oxford Bibliographies Online.  DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780199756223-0092

Aronow, Peter A., and Donald P. Green.  2013.  Sharp Bounds for Complier Average Potential Outcomes in Experiments with Noncompliance and Incomplete Reporting.  Statistics and Probability Letters 83: 677-679.

Gerber, Alan S., Donald P. Green, and Allison Carnegie.  2013.  Evaluating Public Health Law Using Randomized Experiments.  In Public Health Law and Research: Theory and Methods, Alexander C. Wagenaar and Scott Burris, eds.  New York: Jossey-Bass, pp.283-305.

Sinclair, Betsy, Margaret McConnell, and Donald P. Green.   2012.  Detecting Spillover Effects: Design and Analysis of Multi-level Experiments.  American Journal of Political Science  56: 1055-1069.

Green, Donald P., and Holger L. Kern.  2012.  Modeling heterogeneous treatment effects in survey experiments with Bayesian Additive Regression Trees.  Public Opinion Quarterly 76: 491-511.

Druckman, James N., Donald P. Green, James H. Kuklinski, and Arthur Lupia (eds.).  2011.  Cambridge Handbook of Experimental Political Science.  New York: Cambridge University Press.

Green, Donald P. 2011. Field Experiment. The Encyclopedia of Political Science.  George Thomas Kurian (ed.).  Washington, DC: CQ Press, p.591-592.

Arceneaux, Kevin, Alan S. Gerber, and Donald P. Green.  2010.  A Cautionary Note on the Use of Matching to Estimate Causal Effects: An Empirical Example Comparing Matching Estimates to an Experimental Benchmark.  Sociological Methods and Research 39: 256-282.

Gerber, Alan S., Donald P. Green, Edward H. Kaplan, and Holger L. Kern.  2010.  Baseline, Placebo, and Treatment: Efficient Estimation for Three-Group Experiments.  Political Analysis 18:297-315.

Green, Donald P., and Daniel Winik.  2010.  Using Random Judge Assignments to Estimate the Effects of  Incarceration and Probation on Recidivism among Drug Offenders.  Criminology 48(2): 357-387.

Davenport, Tiffany C., Alan S. Gerber, and Donald P. Green.  2010.  Field Experiments and the Study of Political Behavior.  In Jan E. Leighley (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of American Elections and Political Behavior. New York: Oxford University Press.  Pp.69-88.

Green, Donald P., Terence Y. Leong, Holger L. Kern, Alan S. Gerber, and Christopher W. Larimer.  2009.  Testing the Accuracy of Regression Discontinuity Analysis Using Experimental Benchmarks.  Political Analysis 17(4): 400-417.

de Rooij, Eline A., Donald P. Green, and Alan S. Gerber.  2009. Field Experiments on Political Behavior and Collective Action.  Annual Review of Political Science 12:389-395.

Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green.  2008.  Field Experiments and Natural Experiments.  In Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, Henry E. Brady, and David Collier (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Political Methodology.  New York: Oxford University Press, pp.357-381.  This essay was reprinted in 2009: See Robert E. Goodin (ed.) Oxford Handbook of Political Science.  New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 1108-1132.

Green, Donald P., and Rachel Milstein Sondheimer.  2006.  Field Experimentation.  In Neil J. Salkind (ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Psychology.  Sage Publications.

Arceneaux, Kevin, Alan S. Gerber, and Donald P. Green.  2006.  Comparing Experimental and Matching Methods using a Large-Scale Voter Mobilization Experiment.  Political Analysis 14: 1-36.

Druckman, James N., Donald P.Green, James H. Kuklinski, and Arthur Lupia.  2006.  The Growth and Development of Experimental Research Political Science.  American Political Science Review 100(4): 627-636.  Reprinted in Selecting Research Methods, W. Paul Vogt (ed.).  London: SAGE Publications.  Reprinted in Experimental Design in the Behavioural and Social Sciences, Sandra L. Schneider (ed.).  London: SAGE Publications.

Green, Donald P.  2005.  On Evidence-Based Political Science.  Daedelus.  134(3): 96-100.

Green, Donald P., and Alan S. Gerber. 2005. Field Experimentation. Encyclopedia of Social Measurement, Volume 2, Kimberly Kempf-Leonard (ed.).  New York: Academic Press.

Gerber, Alan S., Donald P. Green, and Edward H. Kaplan.  2004.  The Illusion of Learning from Observational Research.  In Ian Shapiro, Rogers Smith, and Tarek Massoud, eds., Problems and Methods in the Study of Politics.  New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 251-73.  Reprinted in  Field Experiments and their Critics, Dawn Teele (ed.)New Haven: Yale University Press.

Green, Donald P. 2004. Field Experimentation. In Michael Lewis-Beck, Alan Bryman, and Tim Futing Liao (eds.) The SAGE Encyclopedia of Social Science Research Methods, vol. 1. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, pp.383-4.

Green, Donald P., and Elizabeth Levy Paluck. 2004. Double-Blind Procedure. In Michael Lewis-Beck, Alan Bryman, and Tim Futing Liao (eds.) The SAGE Encyclopedia of Social Science Research Methods, vol. 1. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, pp.284-5.

Green, Donald P., and Alan S. Gerber.  2004.  Introduction.  In Donald P. Green and Alan S. Gerber (eds.) Experimental Methods in the Political Sciences.  American Behavioral Scientist 47(5): 485-487.

Green, Donald P., and Alan S. Gerber.  2003.  The Underprovision of Experiments in Political and Social Science.  Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 589(1): 94-112.

Green, Donald P., and Alan S. Gerber. 2002. Reclaiming the Experimental Tradition in Political Science. In Helen V. Milner and Ira Katznelson, eds., Political Science: The State of the Discipline, 3rd Edition. New York: W.W. Norton & Co., pp. 805-32.

Green, Donald P., and Alan S. Gerber. 2002. The Downstream Benefits of Experimentation. Political Analysis 10(4): 394-402.

Gerber, Alan S., Donald P. Green, and David Nickerson. 2001. Testing for Publication Bias in Political Science. Political Analysis 9: 385-92.

Voter Turnout

Broockman, David E., and Donald P. Green.  2014.  Do Online Advertisements Increase Political Candidates’ Name Recognition or Favorability? Evidence from Randomized Field Experiments.  Political Behavior 36(2): 263-289.

Citrin, Jack, Donald P. Green, and Morris Levy. 2014.  The Effects of Voter ID Notification on Voter Turnout: Results from a Large-Scale Field Experiment.  
Election Law Journal 13(2): 228-242.

Green, Donald P.,  Mary C. McGrath, and Peter M. Aronow.  2013.  Field Experiments and the Study of Voter Turnout.  Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties 23(1): 27-48.

Shaw, Daron R., Donald P. Green, James G. Gimpel, and Alan S. Gerber.  2012.  Do Robotic Calls from Credible Sources Influence Voter Turnout or 
Vote Choice? Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment.  Journal of Political Marketing. 11: 231-245.

Michelson, Melissa R., Neil Malhotra, Andrew Healy, Donald P. Green, Allison Carnegie, and Ali Adam Valenzuela.  2012.  The Effect of Prepaid Postage on Voter Turnout: A Cautionary Tale for Election Administrators.
  
Election Law Journal 11: 279-290.

Panagopoulos, Costas, and Donald P. Green.  2011.  Spanish-language Radio Advertisements and Latino Voter Turnout in the 2006 Congressional
 Elections: Field Experimental Evidence.  Political Research Quarterly 64(3): 588-599.   

Knee, Matthew R., and Donald P. Green.  2011.  The Effects of Registration Laws on Voter Turnout: An Updated Assessment.  In Paul M. Sniderman and Benjamin Highton, eds.  The Democratic Experiment: Explorations in the Analysis of Public Opinion and Political Participation.  Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, pp. 312-328.
       
Davenport, Tiffany C., Alan S. Gerber, Donald P. Green, Christopher W. Larimer, Christopher B. Mann, and Costas Panagopoulos.  2010.  The Enduring Effects of Social Pressure: Tracking Campaign Experiments Over a Series of Elections.  Political Behavior 32(3): 423-430.

Green, Donald P., and Alan S. Gerber.  2010.  Introduction to Social Pressure and Voting: New Experimental Evidence.  Political Behavior  32(3): 331-336.

Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green, and Christopher W. Larimer.  2010.  An Experiment Testing the Relative Effectiveness of Encouraging Voter Participation by Inducing Feelings of Pride or Shame.  Political Behavior 32(3): 409-422.

Sondheimer, Rachel Milstein, and Donald P. Green.  2010.  Using Experiments to Estimate the Effects of Education on Voter Turnout.  American Journal of Political Science 54(1): 174-189.

Green, Donald P., and Melissa R. Michelson.  2009.  ACORN Experiments in Minority Voter Mobilization.  In Robert Fisher, ed., The People Shall Rule: ACORN, Community Organizing, and the Struggle for Economic Justice, pp. 235-248.

Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green, and Christopher W. Larimer.  2008.  Social Pressure and Voter Turnout: Evidence from a Large-Scale Field Experiment.  American Political Science Review 102(1): 33-48.

Michelson, Melissa R., Lisa Garcia Bedolla, and Donald P. Green. 2008.  Mobilizing the Registered: Tactics for Improving Voter Turnout.  In Morgan E. Felchner (ed.), Voting in America, Vol. 1.  Prager: Westport, CT, pp.198-211.

Panagopoulos, Costas, and Donald P. Green.  2008.  Field Experiments Testing the Impact of Radio Advertisements on Electoral Competition.  American Journal of Political Science 52(1): 156-168.

Green, Donald P., and Lynn Vavreck.  2008.  Analysis of Cluster-Randomized Experiments: A Comparison of Alternative Estimation Approaches.  Political Analysis 16(2): 138-152.

Middleton, Joel A., and Donald P. Green.  2008.  Do Community-Based Mobilization Campaigns Work Even in Battleground States?  Evaluating the Effectiveness of MoveOn’s 2004 Outreach Campaign.  Quarterly Journal of Political Science 3(1): 63-82.

Krasno, Jonathan S., and Donald P. Green.  2008.  Do Televised Presidential Ads Increase Voter Turnout?  Evidence from a Natural Experiment.  Journal of Politics 70 (1): 245–261.

Krasno, Jonathan S., and Donald P. Green.  2008.  Response to Franz, Freedman, Goldstein, and Ridout.  Journal of Politics 70 (1): 269–271.

Addonizio, Elizabeth, Donald Green, and James M. Glaser.  2007.  Putting the Party Back into Politics:  An Experiment Testing Whether Election Day Festivals Increase Voter Turnout.  PS: Political Science & Politics.  40: 721-727.

Guan, Mei, and Donald P. Green.  2006.   Non-Coercive Mobilization in State-Controlled Elections: An Experimental Study in Beijing.  Comparative Political Studies 39(10): 1175-1193.

Bergan, Daniel E., Alan S. Gerber, Donald P. Green, and Costas Panagopoulos.  2006.  Grassroots Mobilization and Voter Turnout in 2004.  Public Opinion Quarterly 69(5): 760-777.

Green, Donald P., and Alan S. Gerber. 2005.  Recent Advances in the Science of Voter Mobilization.  The Annals of The American Academy of Political and Social Science 601:6-9.

Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green.  2005.  Correction to Gerber and Green (2000), Replication of Disputed Findings, and Reply to Imai (2005).  American Political Science Review 99(2):301-13.

Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green.  2005.  Do Phone Calls Increase Turnout?  An Update.  The Annals of The American Academy of Political and Social Science 601:142-154.

Green, Donald P. 2004. Mobilizing African-Americans using Direct Mail and Commercial Phone Banks: A Field Experiment. Political Research Quarterly 57(2):245-255.

Gerber, Alan S., Donald P. Green, and Matthew N. Green. 2003. The Effects of Partisan Direct Mail on Voter Turnout. Electoral Studies 22:563-79.

Gerber, Alan S., Donald P. Green, and Ron Shachar. 2003. Voting May be Habit Forming: Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment. American Journal of Political Science 47(3): 540-550.

Green, Donald P., Alan S. Gerber, and David W. Nickerson. 2003.   Getting Out the Vote in Local Elections: Results from Six Door-to-Door Canvassing Experiments. Journal of Politics 65(4):1083-96.

Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green. 2001. Do Phone Calls Increase Voter Turnout? A Field Experiment. Public Opinion Quarterly 65:75-85.

Donald P., and Ron Shachar. 2000. Habit-formation and Political Behavior: Evidence of Consuetude in Voter Turnout. British Journal of Political Science 30: 561-73.

Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green. 2000. The effect of a Nonpartisan Get-Out-The-Vote Drive: An Experimental Study of Leafletting. Journal of Politics 62(3): 846-57.

Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green. 2000. The Effects of Canvassing, Direct Mail, and Telephone Contact on Voter Turnout: A Field Experiment. American Political Science Review 94:653-63.

Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green. 1999. Does Canvassing Increase Voter Turnout: A Field Experiment. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 96(19): 10939-10942.

Party Identification

Green, Donald P. 2013.  Breaking Empirical Deadlocks in the Study of Partisanship: An Overview of Experimental Research Strategies.  Politics and Governance 1(1): 6-15.

Green, Donald P., and Eric Schickler.  2009.  A Spirited Defense of Party Identification Against its Critics.  In John Bartle and Paolo Bellucci, Beyond Party Identification and Beyond.  New York: Routledge, pp.180-199.

Green, Donald P., David H. Yoon. 2002. Reconciling Individual and Aggregate Evidence Concerning Partisan Stability: Applying Time-Series Models to Panel Survey Data. Political Analysis 10:1-24.

Green, Donald P., Bradley L. Palmquist, and Eric Schickler. 2001. Partisan Stability: Evidence from Aggregate Data. In Richard G. Niemi and Herbert F. Weisberg (eds.), Controversies in Voting Behavior, 4th ed. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press. Pp. 356-363.

Green, Donald P., Bradley L. Palmquist, and Eric Schickler. 2000. The Coming Democratic Realignment. PS: Political Science & Politics 33(2):199-200.

Green, Donald P. , Bradley Palmquist, and Eric Schickler. 1998. Macropartisanship: A Replication and Critique. American Political Science Review. 92: 883-99.

Schickler, Eric and Donald Philip Green. 1997. The Stability of Party Identification in Western Democracies: Results from Eight Panel Studies. Comparative Political Studies. 30: 450-483.

Schickler, Eric and Donald Philip Green. 1995. Issue Preferences and the Dynamics of Party Identification: A Methodological Critique. Political Analysis, Volume 5, John R. Freeman, Editor. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Green, Donald Philip and Bradley Palmquist. 1994. How Stable is Party Identification? Political Behavior. 16: 437-466.

Green, Donald Philip and Eric Schickler. 1994. Multiple-Measure Assessment of Party Identification. Public Opinion Quarterly. 57: 503-35.

Green, Donald Philip and Bradley L. Palmquist. 1990. Of Artifacts and Partisan Instability. American Journal of Political Science. 34: 872-902.

Campaign Finance

Boatright, Robert G., Donald P. Green, and Michael J. Malbin.  2006.  Does Publicizing a Tax Credit for Political Contributions Increase Its Use?: Results From a Randomized Field Experiment American Politics Research 34: 563-582.

Green, Donald. 2003. The Need for Federal Regulation of State Party Activity. In Anthony Corrado, Thomas Mann, and Trevor Potter, eds., Inside the Campaign Finance Battle: Court Testimony on the New Reforms. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, pp.97-115.

Krasno, Jonathan S., Donald Philip Green, and Jonathan A. Cowden.  1994.  The Dynamics of Campaign Fundraising in House Elections. Journal of Politics 56(2): 459-474.

Green, Donald Philip and Jonathan S. Krasno. 1990. Rebuttal to Jacobson's "New Evidence for Old Arguments." American Journal of Political Science. 34: 363-372.

Green, Donald Philip and Jonathan S. Krasno. 1988. Salvation for the Spendthrift Incumbent: Reestimating the Effects of Campaign Spending in House Elections. American Journal of Political Science. 32: 884-907.

Krasno, Jonathan S. and Donald Philip Green. 1988. Preempting Quality Challengers in House Elections. Journal of Politics 50: 920-936.

Civic Education

Green, Donald P., Peter M. Aronow, Daniel E. Bergan, Pamela Greene, Celia Paris, and Beth I. Weinberger.  2010.  Does Knowledge of Constitutional Principles Increase Support for Civil Liberties? Results from a Randomized Field Experiment.  Journal of Politics. 73(2): 463-476.

Rational Choice Theory

Green, Donald P., and Justin Fox.  2007.  Rational Choice Theory.  In William Outhwaite and Stephen P. Turner (eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Social Science Methodology. London: Sage, pp.269-281.

Green, Donald P., and Jennifer K. Smith. 2003. Professionalization of Campaigns and the Secret History of Collective Action Problems. Journal of Theoretical Politics 15(3):321-340.

Green, Donald P. 2001. Rational Choice Theory. In Joel Krieger (ed.), The Oxford Companion to Politics of the World, Second Edition. New York: Oxford University Press, pp.709, 714.

Green, Donald P. and Ian Shapiro. 1996. Rational Choice Theory in Political Science: Why Has So Little Been Learned? (in Japanese). Leviathan. 19: 33-62.

Green, Donald P. and Ian Shapiro. 1995. ?Por que han sido tan poco esclarecedoras las explicaciones de lo politico en terminos de eleccion racional? Revista Internacional De Filosofia Politica 5: 89-124.

Green, Donald P. and Ian Shapiro. 1995. Teoria Della Scelta Razionale e Scienza Politica: Un Incontro Con Pochi Frutti? Rivista Italiana Di Scienza Politica 25: 51-90.

Green, Donald P. and Ian Shapiro. 1995. Pathologies Revisited: Reflections on Our Critics. Critical Review. 1-2: 235-76.  Reprinted in Shapiro, Ian.  2005.  The Flight from Reality in the Human Sciences.  Princeton: Princeton University Press.  Pp.51-99.

Green, Donald P. and Ian Shapiro. 1995. Choix Rationnels et Politique: Pourquoi en Savons- Nous Toujours Aussi Peu? Revue Francaise de Science Politique. 45: 96-130.

Green, Donald P. and Ian Shapiro. 1994. La politica explicada por la teoria de la eleccion racional ?Por que es tan poco lo que esta teoria nos ha ensenado? Foro Internacional 34: 363- 403.

Green, Donald P. and Ian Shapiro. 1994. Rational Choice Theory in Political Science: Why Has So Little Been Learned? (in Russian) Polis. 21: 59-74.

Perceptual Bias and Rational Learning

Gerber, Alan S., James G. Gimpel, Donald P. Green, and Daron R. Shaw.  2011.  How Large and Long-Lasting Are the Persuasive Effects of Televised Campaign Ads?  Results from a Randomized Field Experiment.  American Political Science Review 105(1): 135-150.

Farrar, Cynthia, James S. Fishkin, Donald P. Green, Christian List, Robert C. Luskin, and Elizabeth Levy Paluck.  2010.   Disaggregating Deliberation’s Effects: An Experiment within a Deliberative Poll.  British Journal of Political Science 40(2): 333-347.  Reprinted (2010) in Jostein Gripsrud, Hallvard Moe, Anders Molander, and Graham Murdock (eds.), The Public Sphere.  Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

Farrar, Cynthia, Donald P. Green, Jennifer E. Green, David W. Nickerson, and Stephen D. Shewfelt.  2009.  Does Discussion Group Composition Affect Policy Preferences? Results From Three Randomized Experiments.  Political Psychology 30(4): 615-647.

Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green. 1999. Misperceptions about Perceptual Bias. In Nelson W. Polsby (ed.), Annual Review of Political Science 2: 189-210.

Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green. 1998. Rational Learning and Partisan Attitudes. American Journal of Political Science. 42: 794-818.

Self-Interest and Public Opinion

Doherty, Daniel J., Alan S. Gerber, and Donald P. Green.  2006.  Personal Income and Attitudes toward Redistribution: A Study of Lottery Winners.  Political Psychology.  27(3):441-458.

Glaser, Jack, Jay Dixit, and Donald P. Green. 2002. Studying Hate Crime with the Internet: What Makes Racists Advocate Racial Violence. Journal of Social Issues 58(1): 177-193.  Reprinted in C. Kay Weaver and Cynthia Carter.  2006.  Critical Readings: Violence and the Media.  New York: Open University Press.

Green, Donald, Karen E. Jacowitz, Daniel Kahneman, Daniel McFadden. 1998. Referendum Contingent Valuation, Anchoring, and Willingness to Pay for Public Goods. Journal of Resources and Energy Economics. 20: 85-116.

Green, Donald Philip and Irene V. Blair. 1995. Framing and the Price Elasticity of Private and Public Goods. Journal of Consumer Psychology. 4:1- 32.

Green, Donald Philip, Daniel Kahneman, and Howard Kunreuther. 1994. How the Method and Scope of Public Funding Affect Citizens' Willingness to Pay for Public Goods. Public Opinion Quarterly. 58: 49-67.

Lober, Douglas J. and Donald Philip Green. 1994. NIMBY or NIABY: A Logit Model of Opposition to Solid Waste Disposal Facility Siting. Journal of Environmental Management. 40: 33-50.

Green, Donald Philip. 1992. The Price Elasticity of Mass Preferences. American Political Science Review. 86:128-148.

Green, Donald Philip, and Jonathan A. Cowden.  1992.  Who Protests: Self-Interest and White Opposition to Busing.  Journal of Politics 54(2): 471-496.

Citrin, Jack and Donald Philip Green. 1990. The Self-Interest Motive in American Public Opinion. Research in Micropolitics, Volume 3, Samuel Long, editor. Greenwich: JAI Press.

Green, Donald Philip, and Ann E. Gerken.  1989.  Self-Interest and Public Opinion toward Smoking Restrictions and Cigarette Taxes.  Public Opinion Quarterly 53: 1-16.

Citrin, Jack and Donald Philip Green. 1985. Policy and Opinion in California After Proposition 13. National Tax Journal 38: 15-36.

Measurement Error

Green, Donald P., Peter Salovey, and Kathryn M. Truax. 1999. Static, Dynamic, and Causative Bipolarity of Affect. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 76: 856-67.

Green, Donald P., and Peter Salovey. 1998. In What Sense are Positive and Negative Affect Independent? A Reply to Tellegen, Watson, and Clark. Psychological Science 10: 304-6.

Green, Donald Philip and Jack Citrin. 1994. Measurement Error and the Structure of Attitudes: Are Positive and Negative Judgments Opposites. American Journal of Political Science 38: 256-81.

Green, Donald Philip, Susan L. Goldman, and Peter Salovey. 1993. Measurement Error Masks Bipolarity in Affect Ratings. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 64:1029-41. Reprinted 2003 in G.J. Boyle and D.H. Saklofske (eds.) Individual Differences. London: Sage Publications.

Palmquist, Bradley L. and Donald Philip Green. 1992. Estimation of Correlated Measurement Errors in Survey Data. Sociological Methodology 1992. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.

Green, Donald Philip and Bradley L. Palmquist. 1991. More "Tricks of the Trade: Reparameterizing LISREL Models using Negative Variances. Psychometrika. 56: 137-145.

Green, Donald Philip. 1991. The Effects of Measurement Error on Two-Stage, Least Squares Estimates. Political Analysis, Volume 2, James A. Stimson, editor. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Green, Donald Philip. 1988. On the Dimensionality of Public Sentiment Toward Partisan and Ideological Groups. American Journal of Political Science 32: 758-780.

Hate Crime and Prejudice

LaCour, Michael J., and Donald P. Green.  2014.  When Contact Changes Minds: An Experiment on Transmission of Support for Gay Equality.  Science. 346(6215): 1366-1369.

Green, Donald P., and Amber D. Spry.  2014.  Hate Crime Research: Design and Measurement Strategies for  Improving Causal Inference.   Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 30(3): 228-246.

Dancygier, Rafaela M., and Donald P. Green.  2010.   Hate Crime.  The SAGE Handbook of Prejudice, Stereotyping, and Discrimination.  John F. Dovidio, Miles Hewstone, Peter Glick, and Victoria M. Esses, eds.  Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE, pp.294-311.

Paluck, Elizabeth Levy, and Donald P. Green.  2009.  Deference, Dissent, and Dispute Resolution: An Experimental Intervention using Mass Media to Change Norms and Behavior in Rwanda.  American Political Science Review 103: 622-644.

Paluck, Elizabeth Levy, and Donald P. Green.  2009.  Prejudice reduction: What works? A Review and Assessment of Research and Practice.  Annual Review of Psychology 60:339-367.

Green, Donald P., and Janelle S. Wong.  2009.  Tolerance and the Contact Hypothesis: A Field Experiment.  In Eugene Borgida (ed.) The Political Psychology of Democratic Citizenship.  Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Green, Donald P., and Rachel L. Seher. 2003.   What Role Does Prejudice Play in Ethnic Conflict? Annual Review of Political Science 6:509-531.

Green, Donald P., Laurence H. McFalls, and Jennifer K. Smith. 2001. Hate Crime. Annual Review of Sociology. 27:479-504.  Reprinted in Perry, Barbara.  2003.  Hate and Bias Crime: A Reader.  New York: Routledge.

Green, Donald P., Dara Z. Strolovitch, Janelle S. Wong, Robert W. Bailey. 2001. Measuring Gay Population and Anti-Gay Hate Crime. Social Science Quarterly 82(2): 281-96.

Green, Donald P., Robert P. Abelson, and Margaret Garnett. 1999. The Distinctive Political Views of Hate-Crime Perpetrators and White Supremacists. In Deborah A. Prentice and Dale T. Miller (eds.), Cultural Divides: Understanding and Overcoming Group Conflict. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, pp. 429-64.

Green, Donald P., Dara Z. Strolovitch, and Janelle S. Wong. 1998. Defended Neighborhoods, Integration, and Racially-Motivated Crime. American Journal of Sociology. 104: 372-403.

Green, Donald P., Jack Glaser, and Andrew Rich. 1998. From Lynching to Gay-Bashing: The Elusive Connection between Economic Conditions and Hate Crime. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 75: 82-92.

Green, Donald P., and Andrew Rich. 1998. White Supremacist Activity and Crossburnings in North Carolina. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 14: 263-82.

Citrin, Jack and Donald P. Green, Christopher Muste, and Cara Wong. 1997. Public Opinion toward Immigration Reform: The Role of Economic Motivations. Journal of Politics 59: 858-82.

Citrin, Jack, Donald Philip Green, Beth Reingold and Evelyn Walters. 1990. The "Official English" Movement and Language Politics. Western Political Quarterly 43: 535-559.

Citrin, Jack, Donald Philip Green and David O. Sears. 1990. White Reactions to Black Candidates: When Does Race Matter? Public Opinion Quarterly 54: 74-96.

Citrin, Jack, Beth Reingold and Donald Philip Green. 1990. American Identity and the Politics of Ethnic Change. Journal of Politics 52: 1124-1154.

Sniderman, Paul M., Philip E. Tetlock, James M. Glaser, Donald Philip Green and Michael Hout. 1989. Political Tolerance and Mass Publics. British Journal of Political Science 19: 25-45. Reprinted in P. Sniderman, R. Brody, P. Tetlock, et al. 1991. Reasoning and Choice: Explorations in Political Psychology. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Green, Donald Philip and Lisa Michele Waxman. 1987. Direct Threat and Political Tolerance: An Experimental Analysis of the Tolerance of Blacks toward Racists. Public Opinion Quarterly 51: 149-165.

Polling and Sampling

Green, Donald P., and Alan S. Gerber.  2006.  Can Registration-Based Sampling Improve the Accuracy of Midterm Election Forecasts?  Public Opinion Quarterly.  70(2): 197-223.

Green, Donald P.  2005.  Registration-Based Sampling (RBS) in Samuel J. Best and Benjamin Radcliff (eds.) Polling America: An Encyclopedia of Public Opinion.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Green, Donald P., Alan S. Gerber, and Suzanna L. De Boef. 1999. Tracking Opinion over Time: A Method for Reducing Sampling Error. Public Opinion Quarterly. 63:178-92.

Other Methodological Commentary

Coppock, Alexander, and Donald. P. Green.  2015. Assessing the Correspondence between Experimental Results Obtained in the Lab and Field: A Review of Recent Social Science Research.  Political Science Research and Methods. 3: 113-131.

Sovey, Allison J., and Donald P. Green.  2010.  Instrumental Variables Estimation in Political Science: A Readers’ Guide.  American Journal of Political Science 55(1): 188-200.

Bullock, John G., Donald P. Green, and Shang E. Ha.  2010.  Yes, But What’s the Mechanism?  (Don’t Expect an Easy Answer).  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 98(4): 550-558.

Green, Donald P., Shang E. Ha, and John G. Bullock.  2010.  Enough Already about “Black Box” Experiments: Studying Mediation is More Difficult than Most Scholars Suppose.  Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences 628: 200-208.

Green, Donald P., Soo Yeon Kim, and David Yoon. 2001. Dirty Pool. International Organization. 55:441-68.

Trust in Government

Citrin, Jack and Donald Philip Green. 1986. Presidential Leadership and the Resurgence of Trust in Government. British Journal of Political Science 16: 431-453.

Public Administration and Corruption

Banerjee, Abhijit, Donald P. Green, Jeffery McManus, and Rohini Pande.  2014.  Are Poor Voters Indifferent to Whether Elected Leaders are Criminal or Corrupt?  A Vignette Experiment in Rural India.  Political Communication 31(3): 391-407.

Haynes, Laura, Donald P. Green, Rory Gallagher, Peter John, and David J. Torgerson.  2013.   Collection of Delinquent Fines: An Adaptive Randomized Trial to Assess the Effectiveness of Alternative Text Messages.  Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 32: 718-730.

Forthcoming Publications

Aronow, Peter M., Alexander Coppock, Forrest W. Crawford, and Donald P. Green.  Forthcoming.  Combining List Experiment and Direct Question Estimates of Sensitive Behavior Prevalence.  Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology.

Coppock, Alexander, and Donald P. Green.  2015.  Is Voting Habit Forming? New Evidence from Experiments and Regression Discontinuities.  American Journal of Political Science.  Forthcoming.

Green, Donald P., Jonathan S. Krasno, Costas Panagopoulos, Benjamin Farrar, and Michael Schwam-Baird.  2015.  Encouraging Small Donor Contributions: A Field Experiment Testing the Effects of Nonpartisan Messages.  Journal of Experimental Political Science.  Forthcoming. 

Green, Donald P., and Michael Schwam-Baird.  2015.  Mobilization, Participation, and American Democracy: A Retrospective and Postscript.  Party Politics.  Forthcoming. 

Green, Donald P. Forthcoming. Experimental Design. Encyclopedia of Research Methods in the Social Sciences.

Green, Donald P., Allison J. Carnegie, and Joel Middleton.  2014.  Political Communication: Insights from Field Experiments.  In Oxford Handbook of Political Communication, Kate M. Kenski and Kathleen Hall Jamieson (eds.).


Fellowships and Awards

(2014) Pi Sigma Alpha Award for best paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association for "Messages, Messengers, and Diffusion of Support for Gay Equality: Results from Two Longitudinal Field Experiments."  Robert H. Durr Award for the best paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association applying quantitative methods to a substantive problem, for "Encouraging Small Donor Contributions: Field Experiments Testing the Effects of Nonpartisan Messages."

(2013) Book Award for best book published in 2012 that either uses or is about experimental research methods in the study of politics, awarded by the Experimental Research Section of the American Political Science Association: Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green.  2012.   Field Experiments: Design, Analysis, and Interpretation.  New York: W.W. Norton.

(2012) Robert E. Lane Award for the best book published in political psychology published in 2011, awarded by the Political Psychology Section of the American Political Science Association.  Druckman, James N., Donald P. Green, James H. Kuklinski, and Arthur Lupia (eds.).  2011.  Cambridge Handbook of Experimental Political Science.  New York: Cambridge University Press.

(2012) Best Book Award for best book published in 2011 that either uses or is about experimental research methods in the study of politics, awarded by the Experimental Research Section of the American Political Science Association: Druckman, James N., Donald P. Green, James H. Kuklinski, and Arthur Lupia (eds.).  2011.  Cambridge Handbook of Experimental Political Science.  New York: Cambridge University Press.

(2010) Heinz I. Eulau Award for Best Paper published in the American Political Science Review in 2009:  Paluck, Elizabeth Levy, and Donald P. Green.  2009.  Deference, Dissent, and Dispute Resolution: An Experimental Intervention using Mass Media to Change Norms and Behavior in Rwanda.  American Political Science Review 103: 622-644.

(2010) Distinguished Visiting Professor, NYU-Abu Dhabi

(2003) Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences

(2003) Harold Lasswell Fellow, American Academy of Political and Social Sciences

(1993-1999) National Science Foundation Young Investigator Award

(1985) Odegard Award for Outstanding Ph.D. Examinations

(1983) Phi Beta Kappa MacKinlay Award, UCLA, highest honors in departments of Political Science and History

Research Grants

          (2014-2015)  J-PAL North America, Effects of Radio PSAs on Teen Pregnancy

          (2014-2015)  J-PAL, Effects of Radio PSAs on Vote-Buying in India

(2008-2010) Carnegie Corporation, Evaluation of Native American registration and mobilization campaigns

(2007-2009) Irvine Foundation, Evaluation of Voter Mobilization component of California Votes Initiative

(2006) Working Assets, Assessing the Effects of Radio Advertisements on Voter Mobilization

(2006) JEHT Foundation, Synthesizing Research on Voter Mobilization

(2005-2007) Irvine Foundation, Evaluation of Voter Mobilization component of California Votes Initiative

(2005-2010) Ford Foundation, “Difficult Dialogues” Study

(2004) Carnegie Corporation, Assessing the Turnout Effects of Rock the Vote’s 2004 Television Commercials

(2002-2003) Smith Richardson Foundation grant for assessment of alternative pre-election polling methodologies

(2002-2004) Pew Charitable Trusts grant for the study of voter turnout among youth

(1998-1999) Smith Richardson Foundation grant for the study of voter turnout

(1994-96) Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation grant for study of hate crime

(1995) Russell Sage Foundation grant for Yale policy conference on hate crime in America

(1992) Russell Sage Foundation grant for the study of racial bias incidents

Inventions

Samplemiser (www.samplemiser.com), a method for expunging sampling error from tracking polls. Samplemiser software applies the Kalman Filter and Smoother to poll data gathered over time.

US Patent 6,182,967. "OCTI" (www.octi.net), a strategy game designed to give humans an edge over computers, and "OCTI-for-Kids," published by Great American Trading Co. 1999-2003. Games magazine named OCTI “Best Abstract Strategy Game of the Year” (December 1999). Published since 2001 by Foxmind Games. Other game credits include “Jumpin’ Java” (published by Fundex 2003; Gigamic 2004), “Mouse Island” (Published by Great American Trading Co., 2000), “Razzle Dazzle” and “Knight Moves” (Published by Family Games America, 2005), “Fishpond Mancala” (Published by MindLab, 2007), “Dupe” (Published by Family Games, 2007).

Community and Professional Service

J-PAL Associate (2013-)

President, APSA Section on Experimental Research (2010); Council member (2011-2012)

Board of Overseers, American National Election Study (2006-2009)

Political Methodology Summer Meeting 2009, Host and Program Committee Chair

Experiments on Governance and Politics (EGAP), Founding Co-Chair and Conference Host, Executive Committee

American Political Science Association Council (2005-2007)

APSA Committee on Civic Education and Engagement (2007-2008)

Board of Directors, Executive Committee, Foote School (2003-2010)

Editorial/Advisory Boards, Journal of Politics, Political Analysis, Journal of Causal Inference, Randomized Social Experiments eJournal, Journal of Experimental Political Science, Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties, Politics & Governance