Bagozzi, B. E., Brandt, P. T., Freeman, J. R., Holmes, J. S., Kim, A., Mendizabal, A. P., & Potz-Nielsen, C. (2018). The prevalence and severity of underreporting bias in machine-and human-coded data. Political Science Research and Methods, 1-9.
Montal, F., Potz-Nielsen, C., & Sumner, J. L. (2020). What states want: Estimating ideal points from international investment treaty content. Journal of Peace Research, 57(6), 679-691.
Signaling the Private Sector: Anti-Money Laundering Regulation and Foreign Investment
Investors By Any Other Name: A Reconceptualization of International Money Laundering, with Dasom Ham and Jane Sumner.
Recording Abuses: How the Editing Process Shapes our Understanding of Human Rights Abuses, co-authored with Robert Ralston and Thomas R. Vargas. Working Paper available here.
Capital Mobility and Democratization: Exploring the Role of Foreign Elites co-authored with Thomas R. Vargas
Select Research Presentations
Jul 2018 Estimating Ideal Points from International Investment Treaty Content, 2018 Annual Meeting of the Society for
May 2018 Considering Capital Controls: The Role of Time and Past Experiences in Policy After Financial Crisis, Upper
Midwest International Relations Workshop
Apr 2018 Capital Mobility, Foreign Elites, and Democratization, 76th Annual MPSA Conference
Apr 2017 Human Rights Reports and the Organizations that Produce Them, 2017 75th Annual MPSA Conference
Feb 2017 Capital Mobility and Democratization: Exploring the Role of Foreign Elites, 2017 58th Annual International Studies Association Convention
Jul 2016 Measuring Information Effects in Human Rights Reports: Applying Machine-Coding and Latent Semantic Analytic
Techniques to Develop Measures of Information over Time, 2016 Annual Meeting of the Society for Political Methodology
Jul 2015 Accounting for Strategic Interaction: An Application of Strategic Modeling to External State Support for Rebel Groups,
2015 Annual Meeting of the Society for Political Methodology