Reifler, Jason

Assistant Professor   
GCB 1014

Curriculum Vitae

Education: Ph.D. Duke University 2006

Research Interests: Public Opinion and Political Behavior


Paying the Human Costs of War: American Public Opinion and Casualties in Military Conflicts (with Peter Feaver and Christopher Gelpi). 2009. Princeton University Press.

Recent Journal Articles:

Grieco, Joseph, Christopher Gelpi, Jason Reifler, and Peter Feaver. Forthcoming 2011. “Let’s Get a Second Opinion: International Institutions and American Public Support for War.” International Studies Quarterly.

Clarke, Harold, Allan Kornberg, Thomas J. Scotto, Jason Reifler, David Sanders, Marianne Stewart, and Paul Whiteley. Forthcoming 2011. “Yes We Can! Valence Politics And Electoral Choice In America, 2008.” Electoral Studies.

Reifler, Jason, Thomas J. Scotto, and Harold Clarke. Forthcoming 2011. “Foreign Policy Beliefs in Contemporary Britain: Structure and Relevance.” International Studies Quarterly.

Scotto, Thomas J., Harold Clarke, Allan Kornberg, Jason Reifler, David Sanders, Marianne Stewart, and Paul Whiteley. Forthcoming 2010. “The Dynamic Political Economy of Support for Barack Obama during the 2008 Presidential Election Campaign. Electoral Studies.

Current External Funding:

TESS: Time-Sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences Grant ``Race and the Obama Muslim Myth'' (2010, Co-PI with Brendan Nyhan)

NSF SES-1104007 ``Assessing Voter Strategic Behavior in the 2010 Midterm Elections'' (2010-2011, $34,335)

NSF SES-1003254 ``Perpetual Minority Government in Canada? Electoral Choice in the Midst of Political and Economic Crises in a Contemporary Mature Democracy'' (2010-2011, $72,562, PI)

International Studies Association Venture Grant ``Integrating Research on Domestic and Foreign Policy Opinions'' (2009, $24,875, Co-PI with William O. Chittick)

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