Daniel M. Smith

Harvard University - Department of Government

Associate Professor

1737 Cambridge Street

Cambridge, MA 02138

United States

http://sites.google.com/site/danielmarkhamsmith

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Scholarly Papers (12)

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Measuring Voters’ Multidimensional Policy Preferences with Conjoint Analysis: Application to Japan’s 2014 Election

Political Analysis, Vol. 26, Issue 2, pp. 190-209, April 201, MIT Political Science Department Research Paper No. 2016-33
Number of pages: 57 Posted: 09 Jul 2015 Last Revised: 01 Jul 2018
Yusaku Horiuchi, Daniel M. Smith and Teppei Yamamoto
Dartmouth College - Department of Government, Harvard University - Department of Government and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Department of Political Science
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election, representation, manifesto, conjoint analysis, Japan

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Identifying Voter Preferences for Politicians' Personal Attributes: A Conjoint Experiment in Japan

Political Science Research and Methods, forthcoming; MIT Political Science Department Research Paper No. 2016-32
Number of pages: 55 Posted: 25 Aug 2016 Last Revised: 06 Oct 2018
Yusaku Horiuchi, Daniel M. Smith and Teppei Yamamoto
Dartmouth College - Department of Government, Harvard University - Department of Government and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Department of Political Science
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representation, electoral systems, personal vote, conjoint analysis, Japan

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Electoral Rules and Voter Turnout

The Oxford Handbook of Electoral Systems, edited by Erik Herron, Robert Pekkanen, and Matthew S. Shugart, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 18 Aug 2016 Last Revised: 28 Aug 2016
Daniel M. Smith
Harvard University - Department of Government
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electoral rules, competitiveness, mobilization, turnout

Measuring the Competitiveness of Elections

Number of pages: 40 Posted: 28 Dec 2018 Last Revised: 16 May 2019
Gary W. Cox, Jon H. Fiva and Daniel M. Smith
Stanford University, Norwegian School of Management (BI) - Department of Economics and Harvard University - Department of Government
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competitiveness, measurement, electoral systems, mobilization, turnout

Measuring the Competitiveness of Elections

CESifo Working Paper No. 7418
Number of pages: 35 Posted: 21 Feb 2019
Gary W. Cox, Jon H. Fiva and Daniel M. Smith
Stanford University, Norwegian School of Management (BI) - Department of Economics and Harvard University - Department of Government
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competitiveness, measurement, electoral systems, mobilization, turnout

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Gender and Dynastic Political Recruitment

Number of pages: 55 Posted: 13 Jun 2017 Last Revised: 04 Jun 2019
Olle Folke, Johanna Karin Rickne and Daniel M. Smith
Uppsala University - Department of Government, Stockholm University - Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI) and Harvard University - Department of Government
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Dynasties, Gender Representation, Gender Quota, Sweden, Ireland

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Political Dynasties and the Incumbency Advantage in Party-Centered Environments

CESifo Working Paper Series No. 5757
Number of pages: 46 Posted: 15 Mar 2016
Jon H. Fiva and Daniel M. Smith
Norwegian School of Management (BI) - Department of Economics and Harvard University - Department of Government
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dynasties, incumbency advantage, regression discontinuity, Norway

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Destruction from Above: Long-Term Impacts of WWII Tokyo Air Raids

Number of pages: 79
Masataka Harada, Gaku Ito and Daniel M. Smith
Fukuoka University - Faculty of Economics, Hiroshima University and Harvard University - Department of Government
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political violence, World War II, Tokyo firebombing, Japan, historical legacies, causal inference, geographic information systems (GIS), remote-sensing

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Distributive Politics and Crime

Number of pages: 48 Posted: 10 Jun 2019
Masataka Harada and Daniel M. Smith
Fukuoka University - Faculty of Economics and Harvard University - Department of Government
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distributive politics, crime, malapportionment, instrumental variable, Japan

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Does Local Representation Matter?

Number of pages: 58 Posted: 04 Sep 2019 Last Revised: 05 Sep 2019
Jon H. Fiva, Askill Harkjerr Halse and Daniel M. Smith
Norwegian School of Management (BI) - Department of Economics, University of Oslo and Harvard University - Department of Government
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local representation, voter mobilization, distributive politics, legislative speech, regression discontinuity design, Norway

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Local Candidates and Distributive Politics Under Closed-List Proportional Representation

CESifo Working Paper Series No. 7039
Number of pages: 36 Posted: 16 Jul 2018
Jon H. Fiva, Askill Harkjerr Halse and Daniel M. Smith
Norwegian School of Management (BI) - Department of Economics, University of Oslo and Harvard University - Department of Government
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distributive politics, representation, voting behavior

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Political Dynasties in Democracies: Causes, Consequences and Remaining Puzzles

The Economic Journal, Vol. 127, Issue 605, pp. F446-F454, 2017
Number of pages: 9 Posted: 25 Oct 2017
Benny Geys and Daniel M. Smith
BI Norwegian Business School and Harvard University - Department of Government
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Parliamentary Control of Coalition Governments

Annual Review of Political Science, Vol. 13, pp. 517-535, 2010
Posted: 14 Oct 2010
Kaare Strom, Wolfgang C. Müller and Daniel M. Smith
University of California, San Diego (UCSD), University of Vienna, Department of Government and Harvard University - Department of Government

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