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Carlos Velasco Rivera
Carlos Velasco Rivera
Data Scientist at Netflix
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Do nonpartisan programmatic policies have partisan electoral effects? Evidence from two large scale randomized experiments
K Imai, G King, C Velasco Rivera
Journal of Politics, 2020
123*2020
Like-minded sources on Facebook are prevalent but not polarizing
B Nyhan, J Settle, E Thorson, M Wojcieszak, P Barberá, AY Chen, ...
Nature 620 (7972), 137-144, 2023
732023
How do social media feed algorithms affect attitudes and behavior in an election campaign?
AM Guess, N Malhotra, J Pan, P Barberá, H Allcott, T Brown, ...
Science 381 (6656), 398-404, 2023
722023
Asymmetric ideological segregation in exposure to political news on Facebook
S González-Bailón, D Lazer, P Barberá, M Zhang, H Allcott, T Brown, ...
Science 381 (6656), 392-398, 2023
622023
Preferences or private assessments on a monetary policy committee?
S Hansen, M McMahon, CV Rivera
Journal of Monetary Economics 67, 16-32, 2014
582014
Reshares on social media amplify political news but do not detectably affect beliefs or opinions
AM Guess, N Malhotra, J Pan, P Barberá, H Allcott, T Brown, ...
Science 381 (6656), 404-408, 2023
402023
Time is Power: The Non-Institutional Sources of Stability in Autocracies
S Abramson, CV Rivera
Journal of Politics 78 (4), 1279-1295, 2016
252016
Loyalty or Incentives? How party alignment affects bureaucratic performance
C Velasco Rivera
Journal of Politics, 2020
142020
Political dynasties and party strength: Evidence from Victorian Britain
CV Rivera
Manuscript in preparation, October 8, 2015
92015
Electoral Reform and Dynastic Politics: Evidence from the French Third Republic
A Cirone, CV Rivera
Unpublished manuscript, 2017
52017
Dynasties and Democracy: The Inherited Incumbency Advantage in Japan
C Velasco Rivera
Political Science Quarterly 134 (3), 558-560, 2019
2019
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