Allison Carnegie and Richard Clark. “Reforming Global Governance: Power, Alliance, and Institutional Performance.” Forthcoming at World Politics.
Allison Carnegie and Austin Carson. “Scared to Share: Why Fighting Pandemics Requires Secrecy not Transparency.” Accepted at Global Perspectives.
Allison Carnegie, Joshua Kertzer, and Keren Yarhi-Milo. “Democratic Peace and Covert Military Force: An Experimental Test.” Accepted at The Journal of Conflict Resolution.
Cameron Ballard-Rosa, Allison Carnegie, and Bryan Schoenfeld. 2023. “The Geography of Democratic Discontent.” The British Journal of Political Science. 1-21.
Allison Carnegie and Nikhar Gaikwad. 2022. “Public Opinion on Geopolitics and Trade: Theory and Evidence.” World Politics. 74(2) 167-204
Allison Carnegie, Kimberly Howe, Adam Lichtenheld, Dipali Mukhopadhyay. 2022. “Winning Hearts and Minds for Rebel Rulers: Foreign Aid and Military Contestation in Syria.” The British Journal of Political Science. 52(3) 1333-54. **Winner of the David A. Lake Award for the Best Paper Presented at the 2019 IPES Conference**
Allison Carnegie and Austin Carson. 2021. “UN Peacekeeping After the Pandemic: An Increased Role for Intelligence.” Survival. 63(2). 77-83.
Allison Carnegie, Kimberly Howe, Adam Lichtenheld, Dipali Mukhopadhyay. 2021. “The Effects of Foreign Aid on Rebel Governance: Evidence from a Large-Scale U.S. Aid Program in Syria.” Economics and Politics. 34(1). 41-66.
Allison Carnegie. 2021. “Secrecy in International Relations and Foreign Policy.” Annual Review of Political Science. 24(1). 213-233.
Allison Carnegie and Christoph Mikulaschek. 2020. “The Promise of Peacekeeping: Protecting Civilians in Civil Wars.” International Organization. 74(4). 810-32.
Allison Carnegie and Lindsay Dolan. 2020. “The Effects of Rejecting Aid on Recipients Reputations: Evidence from Natural Disaster Responses.” The Review of International Organizations. 16. 495519.
Allison Carnegie and Austin Carson. 2019. “The Disclosure Dilemma: Nuclear Intelligence and International Organizations.” American Journal of Political Science. 63(2). 269-285. Lead Article
Allison Carnegie and Austin Carson. 2019. “Reckless Rhetoric? Compliance Pessimism and International Order in the Age of Trump.” Journal of Politics. Special Issue. 81(2). 739-46.
Allison Carnegie and Cyrus Samii. 2019. “International Institutions and Political Liberalization: Evidence from the World Bank Loans Program.” British Journal of Political Science. 49(4). 1357-1379.
Allison Carnegie and Austin Carson. 2018. “The Spotlight’s Harsh Glare: Rethinking Publicity and International Order.” International Organization. 72(3): 627-57. **Winner of IO’s 2018 Robert O. Keohane Award for best research article published by an untenured scholar. Honorable Mention for Best Article in International Security in 2018**
Cameron Ballard-Rosa, Allison Carnegie, and Nikhar Gaikwad. 2018. “Economic Crises and Trade Policy Competition.” British Journal of Political Science. 47(1). 1-36.
Allison Carnegie and Nikolay Marinov. 2016. “The Effects of Foreign Aid on Rights and Governance: Evidence from a Natural Experiment.” American Journal of Political Science. 61(3). 671-683.
Allison Carnegie. 2014. “States Held Hostage: Political Hold-up Problems and the Effects of International Institutions.” American Political Science Review. 108(1). 54-70. **Reprinted in Essential Readings in World Politics. Edited by Snyder, Mingst, and McKibben.**
Peter Aronow and Allison Carnegie. 2013. “Beyond LATE: Estimation of the Average Treatment Effect with an Instrumental Variable.” Political Analysis. 21(4). 492-506. **Reprinted in Advances in Political Methodology, edited by Robert J. Franzese Jnr.**
Melissa R. Michelson, Neil Malhotra, Andrew Healy, Donald P. Green, Allison Carnegie, and Ali Adam Valenzuela. 2012. “The Effect of Prepaid Postage on Election Turnout: A Cautionary Tale for Election Administrators.” Election Law Journal. 11(3). 279-290.
Allison J. Sovey and Donald P. Green. 2011. “Instrumental Variables Estimation in Political Science: A Reader’s Guide.” American Journal of Political Science. 55(1). 188-200.
Allison Carnegie, Richard Clark, and Noah Zucker. “Global Governance under Populism: The Challenge of Information Suppression.”
Allison Carnegie, Richard Clark, and Ayse Kaya. “Private Participation: How Populists Engage with International Organizations.”
Allison Carnegie and Richard Clark. “Security Through Solidarity: How Populism Reshapes Global Governance.”
Allison Carnegie and Austin Carson. “Embracing Ambiguity: Classification, Rule Violations, and International Politics.”
Allison Carnegie and Austin Carson. July 30, 2020. “Holding Syria Accountable for Chemical Attacks will be Tough Without Sharing Intelligence” The Washington Post.
Allison Carnegie and Austin Carson. June 20, 2019. “The Trump Administration is Revealing U.S. Intelligence Operations. Is it Revealing too Much?” The Washington Post.
Allison Carnegie and Austin Carson. April 2019. “Our Experience with the AJPS Transparency and Verification Process for Qualitative Research.” AJPS Blog.
Allison Carnegie. June 25, 2018. “Trump’s Trade War Escalates.” Foreign Affairs.
Allison Carnegie. May 23, 2016. “Restricting Trade may be Popular, but it has Serious Trade-offs.” The Washington Post.
Allison Carnegie and Tara Slough. April 20, 2016. “The Promises and Pitfalls of Dyadic Data.” International Studies Quarterly dyads symposium.
Allison Carnegie. October 24, 2015. “Here’s What will Happen if Iran Joins the WTO.” The Washington Post.
Will Portman, Peter Aronow, and Allison Carnegie. 2014. “Adaptively Deploying and Evaluating Aid: An Integrated Approach.” Winner of the 2014 Next Horizons Essay Contest: GDN and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation ($20,000 Prize)
Alan S. Gerber, Donald P. Green, and Allison Sovey. 2012. Evaluating Public Health Law Using Randomized Experiments. Public Health Law Research: Theory and Methods. Scott Burris and Alex Wagenaar (ed.). Jossey-Bass.
Donald P. Green, Allison Carnegie, and Joel Middleton. 2012. Political Communication: Insights from Field Experiments. Oxford Handbook of Political Communication. Kathleen Hall Jameson and Kate Kenski (ed.). Oxford University Press.