Katerina Linos, Laura Jakli, and Melissa Carlson. 2021. "Fundraising for Stigmatized Groups: A Text Message Donation Experiment." American Political Science Review, 115(1): 14-30.
Laura Jakli and Matthew Stenberg. 2021. “Everyday Illiberalism: How Hungarian Subnational Politics Propel Single-Party Dominance.” Governance, 34(2): 315-334.
Melissa Carlson, Laura Jakli, and Katerina Linos. 2018. “Rumors and Refugees: How Government-Created Information Vacuums Undermine Effective Crisis Management.” International Studies Quarterly, 62(3): 671-685.
Winner of APSA’s 2019 European Politics & Society Best Article Award for the best article dealing with European Politics & Society published in 2018
Laura Jakli, Steven M. Fish, and Jason Wittenberg. 2018. “A Decade of Democratic Decline and Stagnation.” in Christian Haerpfer, Patrick Bernhagen, Ronald Inglehart, and Christian Welzel, Democratization (2nd edition). Oxford University Press, 268-284.
Melissa Carlson, Laura Jakli, and Katerina Linos. 2017. “Refugees Misdirected: How Information, Misinformation and Rumors Shape Refugees’ Access to Fundamental Rights.” Virginia Journal of International Law, 57(3): 539-574.
Kofi Annan Commission on Elections and Democracy in the Digital Age. 2020. "Protecting Electoral Integrity in the Digital Age." (find the report here).
D-Lab Berkeley in collaboration with the Anti-Defamation League. 2017. "Scalable Detection of Online Hate Speech: Identifying contemporary online hate speech using machine learning algorithms." (find the project brief here).
ARTICLES UNDER REVIEW
Katerina Linos, Melissa Carlson, Laura Jakli, Nadia Dalma, Isabelle Cohen, Afroditi Veloudaki, and Stavros-Nikiforos Spyrellis. “How Do Disadvantaged Groups Seek Information about Public Services? A Randomized Controlled Trial of Communication Technologies” (Revise & Resubmit at Public Administration Review)
Laura Jakli. "Contingent Extremism: How Perceptions of Party Popularity Activate Far Right Support"
Laura Jakli and Paul Gill. “A Machine Learning Approach to Detecting Polarization in Social Media Discourse” (featured on KQED/NPR Morning Edition)
Laura Jakli. "Examining Far Right Campaign Appeals through Digital Political Advertising"
Laura Jakli. "Algorithmic Bias in Online Political Ad Targeting"
Laura Jakli. "The Effects of Intergroup Relations on Far Right Mobilization"
Laura Jakli, Melissa Carlson, and Katerina Linos. “Unintended Consequences: Reexamining Smuggling in the Context of the European Refugee Crisis”
Matthew Stenberg, Laura Jakli, and Spencer McCall. “Copy and Paste Illiberalism? Party Learning and Far Right Vote Co-optation in Poland and Hungary”
Justine Davis, Laura Jakli, and Natalia Garbiras-Diaz. “Facebook Sampling for Political Opinion Polls in Low and Middle Income Countries”
Katerina Linos, Laura Jakli, and Melissa Carlson. "What happens to fundraising when the neediest are also the most stigmatized." APSR Authors Blog. March 15, 2021. https://bit.ly/3tVvwle
Katerina Linos, Laura Jakli, and Melissa Carlson. “To maximize donations, emphasize needs, not rights.” OpenGlobalRights. January 28, 2021. https://bit.ly/3eoN84i
Kunumi Lab [podcast interview]. “Digital Echo Chambers.” September 18, 2020. https://amzn.to/3kWcqbj
KQED/NPR. “How Social Media Echo Chambers Drown Out the Voices in the Middle.” November 6, 2018. https://bit.ly/2Dqli6c
Laura Jakli and Paul Gill. “Follow the Echo Chamber: Measuring Political Attitude Change and Media Effects on Twitter.” EU VOX-Pol. October 10, 2018. https://bit.ly/2yWz5gW
Laura Jakli, Melissa Carlson, and Katerina Linos. “Anti-immigrant forces won a victory at the E.U. This is how immigrants will respond.” Washington Post (Monkey Cage). August 14, 2018. https://wapo.st/2B6hC9c
Katerina Linos, Laura Jakli, and Melissa Carlson. “Hungary and Slovakia challenged Europe’s refugee scheme. They just lost badly.” Washington Post (Monkey Cage). September 8, 2017. https://wapo.st/2wMEiqM
VICE News. “The Awkward Links Between a Trump Aide and Hungarian Nazis.” April 6, 2017. https://bit.ly/2MwQvbO