Research

Publications

  • Forthcoming Woo, Byung-Deuk, Lindsey A. Goldberg, and Frederick Solt. Forthcoming. “Public Gender Egalitarianism: A Dataset of Dynamic Comparative Public Opinion Toward Egalitarian Gender Roles in the Public Sphere.” British Journal of Political Science.

  • Forthcoming Tai, Yuehong ‘Cassandra’, Yue Hu, and Frederick Solt. Forthcoming. “Democracy, Public Support, and Measurement Uncertainty.” American Political Science Review.

  • Frederick Solt. 2020. “Measuring Income Inequality Across Countries and Over Time: The Standardized World Income Inequality Database.” Social Science Quarterly 101(3):1183-1199.

  • Ritter, Michael, and Frederick Solt. 2019. “Economic Inequality and Campaign Participation.” Social Science Quarterly 100(3):678-688

  • Kim, Mi-son, and Frederick Solt. 2017. “The Dynamics of Party Relabeling: Why Do Parties Change Names?” Party Politics 23(4):437-447.

  • Solt, Frederick, Yue Hu, Kevan Hudson, Jungmin Song, and Dong ‘Erico’ Yu. 2017. “Economic Inequality and Class Consciousness.” Journal of Politics 79(3):1079-1083.

  • Solt, Frederick. 2016. “The Standardized World Income Inequality Database.” Social Science Quarterly. 97(5):1267-1281.

  • Solt, Frederick, Yue Hu, Kevan Hudson, Jungmin Song, and Dong ‘Erico’ Yu. 2016. “Economic Inequality and Belief in Meritocracy in the United States.” Research & Politics 3(4):1-7.

  • Solt, Frederick. 2015. “On the Assessment and Use of Cross-National Income Inequality Datasets.” Journal of Economic Inequality 13(4):683-691.

  • Solt, Frederick. 2015. “Economic Inequality and Nonviolent Protest.” Social Science Quarterly 96(5):1314-1327.

  • Solt, Frederick. 2014. “Reversing the Arrow? Economic Inequality’s Effect on Religiosity.” In Religion and Inequality in America: Research and Theory on Religion’s Role in Stratification, L. Keister and D. Sherkat, eds., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

  • Solt, Frederick, Dongkyu Kim, Kyu Young Lee, Spencer Willardson, and Seokdong Kim. 2014. “Neoliberal Reform and Protest in Latin American Democracies: A Replication and Correction.” Research and Politics 1(2):1-13.

  • Solt, Frederick. 2012. “The Social Origins of Authoritarianism.” Political Research Quarterly 65(4):703-713.

  • Solt, Frederick. 2011. “Diversionary Nationalism: Economic Inequality and the Formation of National Pride.” Journal of Politics 73(3):821-830.

  • Solt, Frederick, Philip Habel, and J. Tobin Grant. 2011. “Economic Inequality, Relative Power, and Religiosity.” Social Science Quarterly 92(2):447-465.

  • Solt, Frederick. 2010. “Does Economic Inequality Depress Electoral Participation? Testing the Schattschneider Hypothesis.” Political Behavior 32(2):285-301.

  • Solt, Frederick. 2009. “Standardizing the World Income Inequality Database.” Social Science Quarterly 90(2):231-242.

  • Solt, Frederick. 2008. “Economic Inequality and Democratic Political Engagement.” American Journal of Political Science 52(1):48-60. American Journal of Political Science 52(1):48-60.

  • Searing, Donald, Frederick Solt, Pamela Johnston Conover, and Ivor Crewe. 2007. “Public Discussion in the Deliberative System: Does It Make Better Citizens?” British Journal of Political Science 37(4):587-618.

  • Huber, Evelyne, and Frederick Solt. 2004. “Successes and Failures of Neoliberalism in Latin America.” Latin American Research Review 39(3):150-164.

  • Solt, Frederick. 2004. “Civics or Structure? Revisiting the Origins of Democratic Quality in the Italian Regions.” British Journal of Political Science 34(1):123-135.

  • Solt, Frederick. 2004. “Electoral Competition, Legislative Pluralism, and Institutional Development: Evidence from Mexico’s States.” Latin American Research Review 39(1):155-167.

  • Solt, Frederick. 2001. “Institutional Effects on Democratic Transitions: Neo-Patrimonial Regimes in Africa, 1989-1994.” Studies in Comparative International Development 36(2):82-91.

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    Working Papers

  • Under review Hu, Yue, Yuehong Cassandra Tai, and Frederick Solt. 2022. “On Data ‘Janitor Work’ in Political Science: The Case of Thermostatic Support for Democracy.” SocArXiv.

  • Frederick Solt. 2020. “Modeling Dynamic Comparative Public Opinion.” SocArXiv.

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