Jinhee Jo
  1. Policy Dynamics and Electoral Uncertainty in the Appointments ProcessJournal of Theoretical Politics (2017), with David M. Primo and Yoji Sekiya 
  2. Now or Later? A Dynamic Analysis of Judicial AppointmentsJournal of Theoretical Politics (2017) (Supplementary Appendix)
  3. Political Knowledge and Voter Turnout in South Korea, Korea Observer (2017), with Jinyoung Lee and Yeawon Kim 
  4. Anchors Away: A New Approach for Estimating Ideal Points Comparable across Time and Chambers, Political Analysis (2016), with Nicole Asmussen
  5. Bayesian Analysis of Entry Games: A Simulated Likelihood Approach Without Simulation Errors, Global Economic Review (2016), with Kyoungwon Seo
  6. Information and International Institutions Revisited, Journal of Conflict Resolution (2015), with Mark Fey and Brenton Kenkel  (Supplementary Appendix)
  7. The Importance of Bureaucratic Hierarchy: Conflicting Preferences, Incomplete Control, and Policy Outcomes, Economics & Politics (2014), with Lawrence S. Rothenberg
  8. Rational Incompetence, Journal of Theoretical Politics (2012), with Lawrence S. Rothenberg
  9. Nonuniqueness of the Equilibrium in Lewis and Schultz's Model, Political Analysis (2011)
Working papers
  1. Why polls can be wrong but still informative
  2. Budgetary Choices and Institutional Rules: Veto Rules and Budget Volatility, with Lawrence S. Rothenberg

Department of Political Science
Kyung Hee University, Seoul, Korea
email : jinheejo7 at gmail.com