John Kuk
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We all agree: Strict voter ID laws disproportionately burden minorities
Z Hajnal, J Kuk, N Lajevardi
The Journal of Politics 80 (3), 1052-1059, 2018
242018
From Tiananmen to outsourcing: the effect of rising import competition on congressional voting towards China
JS Kuk, D Seligsohn, JJ Zhang
Journal of Contemporary China 27 (109), 103-119, 2018
11*2018
The partisan divide in US congressional communications after the China shock
JS Kuk, D Seligsohn, JJ Zhang
21st Century China Center Research Paper, 2018
92018
Housing Search in the Age of Big Data: Smarter Cities or the Same Old Blind Spots?
G Boeing, M Besbris, A Schachter, J Kuk
Housing Policy Debate, 1-15, 2020
62020
An Unequal and Polarized Democracy: Why Has Unequal Growth Caused Party Polarization in the American Public
JS Kuk
UC San Diego, 2017
22017
A disproportionate burden: strict voter identification laws and minority turnout
J Kuk, Z Hajnal, N Lajevardi
Politics, Groups, and Identities, 1-9, 2020
12020
The Crowdsourced Replication Initiative: investigating immigration and social policy preferences: Executive Report
N Breznau, EM Rinke, A Wuttke, NT Storz
12019
Do Housing Voucher Holders Live in Affordable Neighborhoods?
M Besbris, J Kuk, A Owens, A Schachter
2020 APPAM Fall Research Conference, 2020
2020
Democratic Party Control Reduces Gender Inequality
J Kuk, Z Hajnal
Legislative Studies Quarterly, 2020
2020
The Effects of Economic Distress on Racial Attitudes
J Kuk
2019
Predicting Censorship on Weibo
B Tsay, J Kuk
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