Peer-reviewed Publications

16. Kustov, Alexander. 2024 (forthcoming). Beyond Changing Minds: Raising the Issue Importance of Expanding Legal Immigration). Perspectives on Politics. (final draft) (OSF pre-print)

15. Kustov, Alexander and Giuliana Pardelli. 2024. Beyond Diversity: The Role of State Capacity in Fostering Social Cohesion in Brazil. World Development. 180: 106625. (final draft)

14. Dennison, James and Alexander Kustov. 2023. The Reverse Backlash: How the Success of Populist Radical Right Parties Relates to More Positive Immigration Attitudes. Public Opinion Quarterly. 87 (4): 1013–1024. (final draft) (replication materials)

13. Dai, Yaoyao and Alexander Kustov. 2023. (In)effectiveness of Populism: A Conjoint Experiment of Campaign Messages. Political Science Research and Methods. (final draft) (online appendix) (replication materials)

12. Kustov, Alexander. 2023. Testing the Backlash Argument: Voter Responses to (Pro-)Immigration Reforms. Journal of European Public Policy. 30 (6): 1183-1203. (final draft) (replication materials)

11. Kustov, Alexander. 2023. Do Anti-immigration Voters Care More? Documenting the Issue Importance Asymmetry of Immigration Attitudes. British Journal of Political Science. 53 (2): 796-805. (final draft) (online appendix) (replication materials)

10. Santiago, Abdiel, Alexander Kustov, and Ali A. Valenzuela. 2023. In the Shadow of the Stars and Stripes: Testing the Malleability of U.S. Support for Puerto Rican Statehood. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties. 33 (3), 343-353. (final draft)

9. Dennison, James, Alexander Kustov, and Andrew Geddes. 2023. Public Attitudes to Immigration in the Aftermath of COVID-19: Little Change in Policy Preferences, Big Drops in Issue Salience. International Migration Review. 57 (2): 557-577. (SSRN draft) (final draft)

8. Pardelli, Giuliana and Alexander Kustov. 2022. When Coethnicity Fails. World Politics. 74 (2): 249-284. (APSA pre-print) (final draft) (replication materials)

7. Dai, Yaoyao and Alexander Kustov. 2022. When Do Politicians Use Populist Rhetoric? Populism as a Campaign Gamble. Political Communication. 39 (3): 383-404. (final draft) (replication materials)

6. Kustov, Alexander. 2022. ‘Bloom where you’re planted’: explaining public opposition to (e)migration. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 48 (5): 1113-1132. (final draft)

5. Kustov, Alexander, Dillon Laaker, and Cassidy Reller. 2021. The Stability of Immigration Attitudes: Evidence and Implications. Journal of Politics. 83 (4): 1478-1494. (SSRN draft) (final draft) (replication materials)

4. Kustov, Alexander. 2021. Borders of Compassion: Immigration Preferences and Parochial Altruism. Comparative Political Studies. 54 (3-4): 445–481. (final draft) (replication materials)

3. Kustov, Alexander. 2019. Is There a Backlash Against Immigration from Richer Countries? International Hierarchy and the Limits of Group Threat. Political Psychology. 40 (5): 973-1000. (final draft)

2. Kustov, Alexander, and Giuliana Pardelli. 2018. Ethnoracial Homogeneity and Public Outcomes: The (Non)effects of Diversity. American Political Science Review. 112 (4): 1096-1103. (final draft) (replication materials)

1. Kustov, Alexander. 2017. How Ethnic Structure Affects Civil Conflict: A Model of Endogenous Ethnic Grievance. Conflict Management and Peace Science. 34 (6): 660–679. (final draft) (replication materials)