Hamel, Brian T., and Derek E. Holliday. Conditionally Accepted. "Unequal Responsiveness in City Service Delivery: Evidence from 42 Million 311 Calls." Quarterly Journal of Political Science
Green, Donald P., Brian T. Hamel, and Michael G. Miller. Forthcoming. "Macropartisanship Revisited." Perspectives on Politics
Hamel, Brian T., and Bryan Wilcox-Archuleta. Forthcoming. “Black Workers in White Places: Daytime Racial Diversity and White Public Opinion.” Journal of Politics.
Asquer, Raffaele, Miriam A. Golden, and Brian T. Hamel. Forthcoming. “Corruption, Party Leaders, and Candidate Selection: Evidence from Italy.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 45 (2): 291-395.
Atkeson, Lonna Rae, and Brian T. Hamel. 2020. “Fit for the Job: Candidate Qualifications and Vote Choice in Low Information Elections.” Political Behavior 42 (1): 59-82.
Hamel, Brian T., and Antoine Yoshinaka. 2020. “Who Donates to Party Switchers?” American Politics Research 48 (2): 295-307.
Hamel, Brian T., and Michael G. Miller. 2019. “How Voters Punish and Donors Protect Legislators Embroiled in Scandal.” Political Research Quarterly 72 (1): 117-131.
Henderson, John A., Brian T. Hamel, and Aaron M. Goldzimer. 2018. “Gerrymandering Incumbency: Does Nonpartisan Redistricting Increase Electoral Competition?” Journal of Politics 80 (3): 1011-1016.
Panagopoulos, Costas, Jan E. Leighley, and Brian T. Hamel. 2017. “Are Voters Mobilized by a ‘Friend-and-Neighbor’ on the Ballot? Evidence from a Field Experiment.” Political Behavior 39 (4): 865-885
“Traceability and Policy Feedback Effects." Revise & Resubmit, American Political Science Review
"Inequality in the Classroom: Electoral Incentives and the Distribution of Local Education Spending." Revise & Resubmit, Journal of Politics
"Why Making Voting Easier Isn't Enough: Early Voting, Campaigns, and Vote Turnout" (with Jan E. Leighley and Robert M. Stein). Under Review
"Can Government Investment in Food Pantries Decrease Food Insecurity? Evidence from the USDA Farmers to Families Food Box Program" (with Moriah Harman). Under Review
"Electoral Accountability for the Opioid Epidemic" (with Ryan Baxter-King, Justin de Benedictis-Kessner, Michael Hankinson, and John B. Holbein)
Selected Projects in Progress
“State Party Spending Limits and Polarization" (with John A. Henderson, Aaron M. Goldzimer, and Sean Whyard)
"Gender and the Electoral Effects of Federal Spending" (with Nichole M. Bauer)
"The New Deal and Public Sector Employment Growth" (with Michael E. Shepherd)
"Demographics of Midterm Voters" (with Jan E. Leighley and Jonathan Nagler)