Katherine Levine Einstein
Katherine Levine Einstein
Associate Professor of Political Science, Boston University
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Do I think BLS data are BS? The consequences of conspiracy theories
KL Einstein, DM Glick
Political Behavior 37 (3), 679-701, 2015
Do facts matter?: Information and misinformation in American politics
JL Hochschild, KL Einstein
University of Oklahoma Press, 2015
Pushing the city limits: Policy responsiveness in municipal government
KL Einstein, V Kogan
Urban Affairs Review 52 (1), 3-32, 2016
Who participates in local government? Evidence from meeting minutes
KL Einstein, M Palmer, DM Glick
Perspectives on politics 17 (1), 28-46, 2019
Does Race Affect Access to Government Services?: An Experiment Exploring Street Level Bureaucrats and Access to Public Housing
KL Einstein, DM Glick
American Journal of Political Science, 2016
Black lives matter: Evidence that police-caused deaths predict protest activity
V Williamson, KS Trump, KL Einstein
Perspectives on Politics 16 (2), 400-415, 2018
Neighborhood defenders: Participatory politics and America's housing crisis
KL Einstein, DM Glick, M Palmer
Cambridge University Press, 2019
Do facts matter
JL Hochschild, KL Einstein
Information and misinformation in American politics 1, 2015
Mayors, partisanship, and redistribution: Evidence directly from US mayors
KL Einstein, DM Glick
Urban Affairs Review 54 (1), 74-106, 2018
Cities in American federalism: Evidence on state–local government conflict from a survey of mayors
KL Einstein, DM Glick
Publius: The Journal of Federalism 47 (4), 599-621, 2017
Dying for advice: code status discussions between resident physicians and patients with advanced cancer—a national survey
DJ Einstein, KL Einstein, P Mathew
Journal of Palliative Medicine 18 (6), 535-541, 2015
Scandals, conspiracies and the vicious cycle of cynicism
KL Einstein, DM Glick
Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, 2013
2017 Menino Survey of Mayors
KL Einstein, D Glick, M Palmer
Boston University Initiative on Cities, 2018
‘It isn’t what we don’t know that gives us trouble, it’s what we know that ain’t so’: Misinformation and democratic politics
J Hochschild, KL Einstein
British Journal of Political Science 45 (3), 467-475, 2015
The privileged few: How exclusionary zoning amplifies the advantaged and blocks new housing—and what we can do about it
KL Einstein
Urban Affairs Review 57 (1), 252-268, 2021
Home rule be damned: Exploring policy conflicts between the statehouse and city hall
WD Hicks, C Weissert, J Swanson, J Bulman-Pozen, V Kogan, ...
PS: Political Science & Politics 51 (1), 26-38, 2018
City learning: Evidence of policy information diffusion from a survey of US mayors
KL Einstein, DM Glick, M Palmer
Political Research Quarterly 72 (1), 243-258, 2019
Polarization and Local Policy: How Metropolitan Political Divisions Create Fragmented Policy Outcomes
KL Einstein
APSA 2012 Annual Meeting Paper, 2012
Mayoral policy making: Results from the 21st century mayors leadership survey
K Levine Einstein, D Glick, K Lusk
Initiative on Cities, Boston University, 2014
Do mayors run for higher office? New evidence on progressive ambition
KL Einstein, DM Glick, M Palmer, RJ Pressel
American Politics Research 48 (1), 197-221, 2020
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