Keith Schnakenberg is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Washington University in St Louis. His research interests include game theory, political economy, and special interest politics.
- Global climate policy and collective action: A comment (with Amanda Kennard). Forthcoming. Global Environmental Politics. (SoxArXiv)
- Designing the Optimal International Climate Agreement with Variability in Commitments (with Jordan McCallister). 2022. International Organization. (SocArXiv)
- Motivated Reasoning and Democratic Accountability (with Andrew Little and Ian Turner). 2022. American Political Science Review. (SocArXiv)
- Helping Friends or Influencing Foes: Electoral and policy effects of campaign finance contributions (with Ian Turner). 2021. American Journal of Political Science. (SocArXiv)
- Candidate Traits in Elections: When Good News for Selection is Bad News for Accountability. 2021. Political Science Research and Methods.(SocArXiv)
- Signaling with reform: How the threat of corruption prevents informed policymaking (with Ian Turner). 2019. American Political Science Review. (SocArXiv)
- The downsides of information transmission and voting. 2017. Public Choice. (SSRN)
- Allies or commitment devices? A model of appointments to the Federal Reserve (with Ian Turner and Alicia Uribe). 2017. Economics and Politics. (SSRN)
- Informational Lobbying and Legislative Voting. 2017. American Journal of Political Science. (SSRN)
- Directional cheap talk in electoral campaigns. 2016. Journal of Politics. (SSRN)
- Expert advice to a voting body. 2015. Journal of Economic Theory. (SSRN)
- Scoring from contests (with Maggie Penn). 2014. Political Analysis. (PDF)
- Group identity and symbolic political behavior. 2014. Quarterly Journal of Political Science. (SSRN).
- Anger and Political Conflict Dynamics (with Carly Wayne). (SocArXiv)
- Informative Campaigns, Overpromising, and Policy Bargaining (with Dahjin Kim and Gechun Lin). (SocArXiv)
- Dark Money and Voter Learning (with Collin Schumock and Ian Turner). Coming soon.
- Dark Money and Politician Learning (with Ian Turner). Coming soon.
- Game theory (graduate)
- Advanced game theory (graduate)
- Theoretical and empirical models (graduate)
- Game theory (undergraduate)
- Public policy analysis (undergraduate)