PUBLICATIONS

Publications in Refereed Journals

[14] Conn, Katharine, Cecilia Hyunjung Mo, and Laura Sellers. “When Less is More in Boosting Response Rates: Experimental Evidence from a Web Survey in India.” Forthcoming at Social Science Quarterly. [Replication File][Online Appendix]

[13] Mo, Cecilia Hyunjung and Katharine Conn. 2018. “When Do the Advantaged See the Disadvantages of Others? A Quasi-Experimental Study of National Service.” American Political Science Review 112(4): 721-741. Previous version published as Vanderbilt Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Working Paper 2017-3. [link]

[12] Bonilla, Tabitha, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2018. “Bridging the Partisan Divide on Immigration Policy Attitudes through a Bipartisan Issue Area: The Case of Human Trafficking.” Journal of Experimental Political Science 5(2): 107-120. [link]

[11] Bonilla, Tabitha, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2018. “The Evolution of Human Trafficking Messaging and its Effects in the United States.” Journal of Public Policy. First Online. [link]

[10] Healy, Andrew, Katrina Kosec, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2017. “Economic Development, Mobility and Social Tensions: An Experimental Test of Tocqueville’s Thesis in Pakistan.” American Political Science Review 11(3): 605-621. Previous version published as Vanderbilt Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Research Paper No. 2016-2. [link]

[9] Mo, Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2017. “Perceived Relative Deprivation and Risk: An Aspiration-Based Model of Human Trafficking Vulnerability.” Political Behavior 40(1): 247-277. [link]

[8] Kosec, Katrina and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2017“Aspirations and the Role of Social Protection: Evidence from a Natural Disaster in Rural Pakistan.” World Development 97: 49-66. Previous version published as IFPRI Discussion Paper 01467. [link]

[7] Krosnick, Jon A., Neil Malhotra, Cecilia Hyunjung Mo, Eduardo F. Bruera, LinChiat Chang, Josh Pasek, Randall Thomas. 2017. “Americans Perceptions of the Health Risks of Cigarette Smoking: A New Measure Reveals Widespread Misunderstanding.” PLOS ONE (First Online: 10.1371/journal.pone.0182063). [link]

[6] Kuo, Alexander, Neil Malhotra, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2017. “Social Exclusion and Political Identity: The Case of Asian American Partisanship.” Journal of Politics 79(1): 17-32. Previous version published as Vanderbilt Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Research Paper No.1-2014. [link]

[5] Bowen, Renee, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2016. “The Voter’s Blunt Tool.” Journal of Theoretical Politics 28(4): 655-677. Previous version published as Stanford Graduate School of Business Research Paper No. 2115. [link]

[4] Mo, Cecilia Hyunjung. 2015. “The Consequences of Explicit and Implicit Gender Attitudes and Candidate Quality in the Calculation of Voters.” Political Behavior 37(2): 357-395. [link]

[3] Healy, Andrew, Neil Malhotra, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2015. “Reply to Fowler and Montagnes: Determining False-Positives Requires Considering the Totality of Evidence.” Proceeding of the National Academy of Science 112(48): E6591.
[link] [Appendix: Reply to Fowler and Montagnes: Discussion of Auxiliary Tests]

[2] Malhotra, Neil, Yotam Margalit, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2013. “Economic Explanations for Opposition to Immigration: Distinguishing Between Prevalence and Conditional Impact.” American Journal of Political Science 57(2): 391-410. [link]

[1] Healy, Andrew, Neil Malhotra, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2010. “Irrelevant Events Affect Voters’ Evaluations of Government Performance.” Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences 29(107): 12804 -12809. [link]

Other Publications

[14] Boittin, Margaret, Claire Q. Evans, Cecilia Hyunjung Mo, and Frank T. Tota II. 2018. “An Issue of “Otherness”: Beliefs that Human Trafficking Cannot Affect One’s In-Group Present Obstacle to Combatting Human Trafficking.” AmericasBarometer: Global Insights (LAPOP), June 6. [link]

[13] Mo, Cecilia Hyunjung, and Katrina Kosec. 2017. “Natural Disasters Damage Victims’ Goals and Ambitions – Which Is Why Disaster Relief Is So Important.” Washington Post (Monkey Cage), October 26. [link]

[12] Kosec, Katrina, Cecilia Hyunjung Mo, and Andrew Healy. 2017. “How Economic Development Can Actually Decrease Confidence in Government.” Foreign Affairs, September 18. [link]

[11] Mo, Cecilia Hyunjung. 2017. “Does National Service Help Heal America’s Divisions?” San Francisco Chronicle, Huffington Post, The Conversation, May 30.

[10] Archer, Dan, Margaret Boittin, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2016. “Reducing Vulnerability to Human Trafficking: An Experimental Intervention Using Anti-Trafficking Campaigns to Change Knowledge, Attitudes, Beliefs, and Practices in Nepal.” Research and Innovation Grants Working Paper Series, USAID, August 26. [link]

[9] Mo, Cecilia Hyunjung. 2016. “Why `Woman’ Isn’t Hillary Clinton’s Trump Card.” Fortune, Government Executive, MicSan Francisco Chronicle, The Conversation, The Wire, US News & World Report, Washington Post, July 25

[8] Mo, Cecilia Hyunjung. 2015. “Why Asian Americans Don’t Vote Republican.” Fortune, Huffington Post, New Republic, Newsweek, Raw StoryThe Conversation, Washington Post, November 2. [Media Coverage: Top 10 Most Read Monkey Cage Article]

[7] Mo, Cecilia Hyunjung. 2015. “An Implicit Bias Against Women as Leaders Means That Many Are Reluctant to Vote for Women Candidates.” London School of Economics USApp Blog, September 23. [link]

[6] Malhotra, Neil, Yotam Margalit, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2014. “Are American Workers Economically Threatened by Immigrants.” American Journal of Political Science Blog, November 20. [link]

[5] Kuo, Alexander, Neil Malhotra, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2014. “Why Are Asian Americans Democrats?” POLITICO Magazine, March 18. [link]

[4] Mo, Cecilia Hyunjung. 2011. “What? Me Sexist?” Stanford Report (February 7), Gender News of Clayman Institute for Gender Research (January 28), Stanford Gender News Magazine (Fall 2011). [link]

[3] Rice, Condoleeza, William Barnett and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2009. “Microsoft’s European Union Court Battle.” GSB No. GS-71. Stanford, CA: GSB Publishing, October 2. [file]

[2] Rice, Condoleeza, William Barnett and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2009. “The Dubai Ports Controversy.” GSB No. GS-73. Stanford, CA: Stanford GSB Publishing, October 2. [link]

[1] Rice, Condoleeza, William Barnett and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2009. “The TRIPS Agreement: Balancing Innovation Incentives and Access.” GSB No. GS-70. Stanford, CA: Stanford GSB Publishing, October 2. [file]when_do_the_advantaged_see_the_disadvantages_of_others_a_quasiexperimental_study_of_national_service