PUBLICATIONS

Publications in Refereed Journals

[17] Kosec, Katrina, Cecilia Hyunjung Mo, Emily Schmidt, and Jie Song. 2020. “Perceptions of Relative Deprivation and Women’s Empowerment.” Previous version published as International Food Policy Research Institute Discussion Paper 01895, December 2019. Forthcoming in World Development.

[16] Graham, Matthew, Gregory Huber, Neil Malhotra, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. “Irrelevant Events and Voting Behavior: Replications Using Principles from Open Science.” Previous version published in the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences Working Paper Series. Forthcoming in the Journal of Politics.

[15] Mo, Cecilia Hyunjung, Katherine Conn, Georgia Anderson-Nilsson. 2019. “Can National Service Activism Activate Women’s Political Ambition? Evidence from Teach For America.”  Politics, Groups, and Identities 7(4): 864-877. [link]

[14] Conn, Katharine, Cecilia Hyunjung Mo, and Laura Sellers. 2019. “When Less is More in Boosting Response Rates: Experimental Evidence from a Web Survey in India.” Social Science Quarterly 100(4): 1445-1458. [link][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. 39(2): 201-234. [link]

[10] Mo, Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2018. “Perceived Relative Deprivation and Risk: An Aspiration-Based Model of Human Trafficking Vulnerability.” Political Behavior 40(1): 247-277. [link]

[9] 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]

[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]

Book Chapters

[2] Mo, Cecilia Hyunjung, and Tabitha Bonilla. “Predicting Biased Behavior with Implicit Attitude Measures: Results from a Voting Experiment and the 2008 Presidential Election.” Forthcoming in The Cambridge Handbook of Implicit Bias and Racism, eds. Jon A. Krosnick, Tobias H. Stark, and A. L. Scott. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

[1] Mo, Cecilia Hyunjung, and Georgia Anderson-Nilsson. 2020. “Activism as an Explanation for Ambition.” In Good Reasons to Run: Women as Political Candidates, eds. Shauna Lani Shames, Rachel I. Bernhard, Mirya Holman, and Dawn Langan Teele , 108-128. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Business School Cases

[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]

Other Publications

[16] Kosec, Katrina, Cecilia Hyunjung Mo, Emily Schmidt, and Jie Song. 2019. “How Do Perceptions of Relative Poverty Affect Women’s Empowerment? Evidence from Papua New Guinea.” International Food Policy Research Institute, Project Note , December 12. [link]

[15] Conn, Katharine, Virginia Lovison, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2019. “How Teach For America Affects Beliefs About Education: Connecting Classroom Experience to Opinions on Education Reform.” Education Next 20(1)[link]

[14] Kuo, Alexander, Neil Malhotra, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2019. “Republicans are Courting Asian American Voters. Telling the `Squad’ to Go Home is a Terrible Start” Washington Post (Monkey Cage), July 18. [link]

[13] Archer, Dan, Margaret Boittin, Cecilia Hyunjung Mo, and Sarah Zendel. 2018. “Designing and Effective Human Trafficking Awareness Campaign: Lessons from Nepal.” Global Insights Series #002, LAPOP, Vanderbilt University, June 19. [link]

[12] 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]

[11] 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]

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

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

[8] 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]

[7] 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

[6] 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]

[5] 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]

[4] 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]

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

[2] 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). [file]

[1] Mo, Cecilia Hyunjung. 2005. “Resolving the Prisoner’s Dilemma Game between North Korea and the United States: A Review of North Korea: Another Country by Bruce Cumings.” Asian American Policy Review, Harvard University. Volume 14, Spring.