PEER-REVIEWED

Lyons, Benjamin, Vittorio Mérola, and Jason Reifler. Forthcoming. “Not Just Asking Questions: Effects of Implicit and Explicit Conspiracy Information About Vaccines and Genetic Modification.” Health Communication. [PDF | Publisher | Supplementary]

Media Coverage: ScienceDaily, EurekAlert!, ESRC Blog

Helgason, Agnar F., and Vittorio Mérola. 2017. “Employment Insecurity, Incumbent Partisanship, and Voting Behavior in Comparative Perspective.” Comparative Political Studies 50(11): 1489-1523. [PDF | Publisher | Replication| Supplementary]

Mérola, Vittorio, and Agnar F. Helgason. 2016. “Are We in the Same Boat or Not? The Opposite Effects of Absolute and Relative Income Shifts on Redistributive Preferences.” The Journal of Politics 78(4): 1107-1123. [PDF | Publisher | Replication | Supplementary]

Mérola, Vittorio, and Matt P. Hitt. 2015. “Numeracy and the Persuasive Effect of Policy Information and Party Cues.” Public Opinion Quarterly 80(2): 554-562. [PDF | Publisher | Replication | Supplementary]

Media Coverage: Harvard Business Review, National Affairs

 

WORKING PAPERS 

Mendelberg, Tali, Adam Thal, Vittorio Mérola, and Tanika Raychaudhuri. “When poor students attend rich schools: Do affluent social environments increase or decrease participation?”

Lyons, Benjamin, Vittorio Mérola, and Jason Reifler. “Partisan Bias in Factual Knowledge: Expressive Reporting or Motivated Learning?”

Mérola, Vittorio, and Philipp Rehm. “Economic (Mis)perceptions.”

Mérola, Vittorio. “The Motivated Response to Economic Inequality: Experimental Evidence from Sweden.”