Smirnov O, M Steinwand, T Xiao, M Zhang (2018). "Climate Impacts, Political Institutions, and Leader Survival: Effects of Droughts and Flooding Precipitation." Economics of Disasters and Climate Change, First Online: 26 January 2018

Smirnov O, M Zhang, T Xiao, J Orbell, A Lobben, J Gordon (2016). "The relative importance of climate change and population growth for exposure to future extreme droughts." Climatic ChangeFirst Online: 09 June 2016.

Seltzer N, O Smirnov (2015). "Degrees of separation, social learning, and the evolution of cooperation in a small-world network." Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation (JASSS) 18 (4) 12.

Bynum A, R Kline, O Smirnov (2015). “Passive non-participation versus strategic defection in a collective risk social dilemma.” Journal of Theoretical Politics OnlineFirst July 10, 2015; doi:10.1177/0951629815586880. [Contributions Data for Appendix 1 Part B replication]

Smirnov O, T Smith (2013). "Drift, draft, or drag: How U.S. Supreme Court justices react to new members." Justice System Journal 34(2): 228-245. [All cases data, Change data]

Johnson T, O Smirnov (2012). “An alternative mechanism through which economic inequality facilitates collective action: wealth disparities as a sign of cooperativeness.” Journal of Theoretical Politics 24(4): 461-484.

Johnson T, O Smirnov (2012). "Cooperate with equals: A simple heuristic for social exchange." In Ralph Hertwig, Ulrich Hoffrage, and the ABC Research Group (eds.), Simple heuristics in a social world. New York: Oxford University Press.

Smirnov O, T Johnson (2011). "Formal evolutionary modeling for political scientists." In Peter K. Hatemi and Rose McDermott (eds.), Man is by nature a political animal. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (Chapter 3, pp. 72-100).

Smirnov O, C Dawes, JH Fowler, T Johnson, R McElreath (2010). “The behavioral logic of collective action: Partisans cooperate and punish more than non-partisans.” Political Psychology 31(4):595-616. [online appendix]

Smirnov O (2009). “Endogenous choice of amendment agendas: Types of voters and experimental evidence.” Public Choice 141(3-4): 277-290.

Johnson T, C Dawes, JH Fowler, R McElreath, O Smirnov (2009). “The role of egalitarian motives in altruistic punishment.” Economics Letters 102(3): 192-194.

McDermott R, JH Fowler, O Smirnov (2008). “On the origin of prospect theory preferences.” Journal of Politics 70(2): 335-350.

JH Fowler, O Smirnov (2007). Mandates, parties, and voters: How elections shape the future. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press (2007). [Book review in the Perspectives on Politics]. [Book review in the Political Science Quarterly].

Smirnov O, H Arrow, D Kennett, J Orbell (2007). “Ancestral war and the evolutionary origins of ‘heroism’.” Journal of Politics 69(4): 927-940. [supplementary information]

Smirnov O (2007). “Altruistic punishment in politics and life sciences: climbing the same mountain in theory and practice.” Perspectives on Politics 5(3): 489-501.

Dawes C, JH Fowler, T Johnson, R McElreath, O Smirnov (2007). “Egalitarian motives in humans.” Nature 446: 794-796, doi: 10.1038/nature05651. [supplementary information]

Smirnov O, JH Fowler (2007). “Moving with the mandate: policy-motivated parties in dynamic political competition.” Journal of Theoretical Politics 19(1): 9-31.

Arrow H, J Orbell, D Kennett, O Smirnov (2007). “Selective consequences of war: A formal model.” In L.Thompson and K.Behfar (Eds.) Conflict in organizational teams: New directions in theory and practice. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press (pp. 113-142).

Fowler JH, T Johnson, O Smirnov (2005). “Egalitarian motive and altruistic punishment.” Nature 433, doi: 10.1038/nature03256.

Fowler JH, O Smirnov (2005). “Dynamic parties and social turnout: an agent-based model.” American Journal of Sociology 110(4): 1070-1094.