Op-Eds

2020
Roy Perlis, Matthew A. Baum, and Katherine Ognyanova. 11/23/2020. “Glaring Omission from Biden's COVID-19 Task Force: Mental Health Expertise.” STAT. Publisher's Version
David Lazer, Jonathan Green, Matthew A. Baum, Alexi Quintana Mathé, Katherine Ognyanova, Adina Gitomer, James N. Druckman, Matthew Simonson, Hanyu Chwe, Roy H. Perlis, Jennifer Lin, and Mauricio Santillana. 10/21/2020. “These nine swing states will see the biggest ‘blue shift’ as ballots are counted after the election.” The Washington Post Monkey Cage. Publisher's Version
Matthew A. Baum, David Lazer, Alexi Quintana, Roy Perlis, Katherine Ognyanova, James N. Druckman, John Della Volpe, and Mauricio Santillana. 7/20/2020. “How a Public Health Crisis Becomes a Public Trust Crisis.” Real Clear Politics. Publisher's Version
Matthew A. Baum. 6/28/2020. “Trump Still Has Approval Ratings Far Higher than George Bush. Here's Why.” Los Angeles Times. Publisher's Version
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Matthew A. Baum, Katherine Ognyanova, and David Lazer. 4/29/2020. “These Three Governors are Reopening Their States Faster than Their Voters Want: That's What Our Polling Found in Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee.” The Washington Post Monkey Cage. Publisher's Version
Matthew A. Baum. 3/30/2020. “Trump's Coronavirus Approval Rating: Why its Going Up.” Los Angeles Times. Publisher's Version
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2019
Matthew Barreto, Chris Warshaw, Matthew A. Baum, Bryce J. Dietrich, Rebecca Goldstein, and Maya Sen. 4/22/2019. “New Research Shows Just How Badly a Citizenship Question Would Hurt the 2020 Census.” Washington Post Monkey Cage. Publisher's Version
2017
Matthew A. Baum and David Lazer. 5/8/2017. “Google and Facebook aren't fighting fake news with the right weapons.” Los Angeles Times. URL
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2016
Matthew Baum and Phil Gussin. 11/1/2016. “Why it’s entirely predictable that Hillary Clinton’s emails are back in the news.” Washington Post: The Monkey Cage. URL
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Matthew A. Baum. 10/11/2016. “How Media Newsworthiness Norms Have Sustained the Trump Candidacy.” Huffington Post. URL
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Matthew A. Baum. 3/4/2016. “President Obama’s “Trump Card” in the Upcoming Supreme Court Nomination Battle.” Huffington Post. URL
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2015
Matthew Baum and Philip B. K. Potter. 7/5/2015. “No one talks about democratization any more. Is there a better policy?” Washington Post: The Monkey Cage. URL
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Matthew A. Baum and Yuri M. Zhukov. 4/2015. “Where You Stand Depends On Where You Sit…While Reading the Paper: Reporting Bias in Democracies and Autocracies.” The Political Communication Report. URL
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Matthew A. Baum and Yuri M. Zhukov. 2/26/2015. “News coverage of civil conflict is biased in both democracies and autocracies.” Washington Post: The Monkey Cage. URL
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2014
Matthew A. Baum and Philip B. K. Potter. 2/12/2014. “In democracies an effective media and opposition are both needed to sanction leaders’ foreign policy missteps .” The London School of Economics and Political Science . URL
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2013
Matthew A. Baum. 10/16/2013. “Reflections on the Budget Standoff: How a Political Conflict Becomes an Institutional Crisis.” Huffington Post. URL
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Matthew A. Baum. 9/13/2013. “Obama's good fortune on Syria.” Aljazeera America . URL
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Matthew A. Baum and Amber Boydstun. 9/8/2013. “Syria vs. Cyrus.” Huffington Post. URL
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2004
Matthew A. Baum. 7/25/2004. “Unconventional Channels for Today’s Conventional Politics .” San Diego Union Tribune. Publisher's Version
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