Barry Burden: Research


For a complete list of publications, see my CV or Google Scholar page.


The Measure of American Elections (co-edited with Charles Stewart III, 2014 Cambridge University Press)

Personal Roots of Representation (2007 Princeton University Press)

Uncertainty in American Politics (2003 Cambridge University Press)

Why Americans Split Their Tickets: Campaigns, Competition, and Divided Government (co-authored with David C. Kimball, 2002 University of Michigan Press)

Replication Data & Supplemental Information

Burden & Ono, "Ignorance Is Bliss? Age, Misinformation, and Support for Women's Representation" (forthcoming Public Opinion Quarterly)

Burden, Jones, Herd, & Moynihan, "Education, Early-life, and Political Participation: New Evidence from a Sibling Model" (2020 Research & Politics)

Ono & Burden, "The Contingent Effects of Candidate Sex on Voter Choice" (2018 Political Behavior)

Burden, Canon, Mayer, & Moynihan, "The Complicated Partisan Effects of State Election Laws" (2017 Political Research Quarterly)

Burden, Ono, & Yamada, "Reassessing Public Support for a Female President" (2017 Journal of Politics)

Burden, Fletcher, Herd, Jones, & Moynihan, "How Different Forms of Health Matter to Political Participation (2017 Journal of Politics)

Burden, Canon, Mayer, & Moynihan, "Election Laws, Mobilization, and Turnout: The Unanticipated Consequences of Election Reform" (2014 American Journal of Political Science)

Burden & Wichowsky, "Economic Discontent as a Mobilizer: Unemployment and Voter Turnout" (2014 Journal of Politics)

Burden, Jones, & Kang, "Sore Loser Laws and Congressional Primaries" (2014 Legislative Studies Quarterly)

Berry, Burden, & Howell, "The President and the Distribution of Federal Spending" (2010 American Political Science Review)