Larreguy HA, Marshall J, James M. Snyder J. Leveling the Playing Field: How Campaign Advertising Can Help Non-Dominant Parties. Journal of European Economic Association [Internet]. 2018;16 (6) :1812-1849. Publisher's Version
Rhode P, Strumpf K, Snyder JM. The Arsenal of Democracy: Production and Politics During WWII. Journal of Public Economics. 2018;(166) :145-161.
Snyder JM, Hirano S, Ting M. Primary Elections and the Provision of Public Goods. Journal of Politics. 2018;80 (2) :647-661.
Ban P, Fouirnaies A, Hall A, James M. Snyder J. How Newspapers Reveal Political Power. Political Science Research and Methods. 2018 :1-18.
Snyder JM, Polborn M. Party Polarization in Legislatures with Office-Motivated Candidates. Quarterly Journal of Economics. 2017;132 (3) :1509-1550.
Snyder JM, Hansen M, Hirano S. Parties Within Parties: Parties, Factions, and Coordinated Politics, 1900-1980. In: Governing in a Polarized Age, Alan S. Gerber and Eric Schickler (eds). Cambridge University Press ; 2017. pp. 143-190.
Snyder JM, Puglisi R. Empirical Studies of Media Bias. In: Handbook of Media Economics, Simon Anderson, Joel Waldfogel and David Stromberg (eds). Vol. 1b. Elsevier ; 2016. pp. 648-667.
Lim CSH, Silveira BS, JM S. Do Judges’ Characteristics Matter? Ethnicity, Gender, and Partisanship in Texas State Trial Courts. American Law and Economics Review [Internet]. 2016;18 (2) :302-357. Publisher's Version
Snyder JM, Ban P, Llaudet E. Challenger Quality and the Incumbency Advantage. Legislative Studies Quarterly [Internet]. 2016;41 (1) :153-179. Publisher's Version
Galvis AF, James M. Snyder J, Song BK. Newspaper Market Structure and Behavior: Partisan Coverage of Political Scandals in the United States from 1870 to 1910. The Journal of Politics [Internet]. 2016;78 (2) :368-381. Publisher's Version
Hall AB, James M. Snyder J. Information and Wasted Votes: A Study of U.S. Primary Elections. Quarterly Journal of Political Science [Internet]. 2015;10 (4) :433-459. Publisher's Version
Snyder JM, Folke O, Hirano S. Partisan Imbalance in Regression Discontinuity Studies Based on Electoral Thresholds. Political Science Research and Methods [Internet]. 2015;3 (2) :169-186. Publisher's Version
Snyder JM, Hirano S, Lenz GS, Pinkovskiy M. Voter Learning in State Primary Elections. American Journal of Political Science [Internet]. 2015;59 (1) :91-108. Publisher's Version
Hainmueller J, AB H, Snyder J. Assessing the External Validity of Election RD Estimates: An Investigation of the Incumbency Advantage. Journal of Politics [Internet]. 2015;77 (3) :707-720. Publisher's VersionAbstract


Puglisi R, Snyder JM. The Balanced U.S. Press. Journal of the European Economic Association [Internet]. 2015;13 (2) :240-264. Publisher's VersionAbstract
R E, O F, JM S. A Gubernatorial Helping Hand? How Governors Affect Presidential Elections. Journal of Politics [Internet]. 2015;77 (2) :491-504. Publisher's VersionAbstract
AB H, JM S. How Much of the Incumbency Advantage Is Due to Scare-off?. Political Science Research and Methods . 2015;3 (3) :493-514.Abstract
Lim C, Snyder JM, Stromberg D. The Judge, the Politician and the Press: Newspaper Coverage and Criminal Sentencing Across Electoral Systems. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics [Internet]. 2015;7 (4) :103-155. Publisher's Version
Eggers A, Folke O, Fowler A, Hainmueller J, AB H, Snyder JM. On The Validity Of The Regression Discontinuity Design For Estimating Electoral E ffects: New Evidence From Over 40,000 Close Races. American Journal of Political Science [Internet]. 2015;59 (1) :259-274. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Hirano S, Snyder JM. Primary Elections and the Quality of Elected Officials. Quarterly Journal of Political Science . 2014;9 (4) :473-500.Abstract