Eunji Kim, Ph.D.
Eunji Kim recently defended her dissertation in communication and political science at the Annenberg School for Communication and the Department of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania.
political communication, public opinion, political psychology, casual inference
economic mobility, income inequality, economic voting, redistribution
M.A. Statistics, The Wharton School (2017)
B.A. Government, Harvard University (2011)
- "Identifying the Effect of Political Rumor Diffusion Using Variations in Survey Timing" Conditionally Accepted, Quarterly Journal of Political Science. (with Jin Woo Kim)
- “Does Newspaper Coverage Influence or Reflect Public Perceptions of the Economy?” 2017. Research & Politics. (with Daniel J. Hopkins and Soo Jong Kim)
- “The Impact of In-Group Favoritism in Trade Attitudes.” 2017. International Organization 71(3): 827-850. (with Diana C. Mutz) featured in Washington Post and Harvard Business Review)
- “Political Advertising and Media.” Forthcoming. The Oxford Handbook of Political and Policy History. (with Kathleen H. Jamieson)
- “Media Effects on Retrospective Economic Perceptions: Partisan Media and Its Implications for Economic Voting.” 2017. The SAGE Handbook of Electoral Behaviour. eds. Kai Arzheimer, Jocelyn Evans, Michael S. Lewis-Beck. London: Sage Publications Ltd. p.733-758. (with Diana C. Mutz)
- “History and Criticism of Presidential Campaign Advertising.” The Praeger Handbook of Political Campaigning in the United States. ed. William L. Benoit. Santa Barbara, California: Praeger. p.19-30. (with Kathleen H. Jamieson)
For further information, please refer to www.eunjikim.pub.