Peer-Reviewed Articles:

Gasparyan, Olga (2023). "Indirect Rule and Public Goods Provision: Evidence from Colonial India" Political Science Research and Methods [paper] [appendix] [replication materials]

Crisman-Cox, Casey, Olga Gasparyan, Curtis Signorino (2023). "Finding and Accounting for Separation Bias in Strategic Choice Models." Political Analysis, 31 (3): 414 - 429 [paper] [appendix] [replication materials]

Kim R van Daalen, Marina Romanello, Joacim Rocklöv, ... Olga Gasparyan, ..., & Rachel Lowe (2022). The 2022 Europe report of the Lancet Countdown on health and climate change: towards a climate resilient future. The Lancet Public Health, 7(11), e942-e965. [paper]

Working Papers:

"Local Elections, Efficiency, and Resource Allocation: Evidence from Russian Cities" [download]

"Media Choice and Audience Reaction: Evidence from Visual Framing of Immigration in News Stories" (with Elena Sirotkina and Michelle Torres) [current version]

Visual political polarization: How people look at political images and what they see" (with Elena Sirotkina) [current version]

Work in Progress:

"Using visual sentiment labeling to address annotator bias" (with Elena Sirotkina and Michelle Torres)

"Local Resource Allocation Choices: Topic Models of Russian Public Procurement Contracts"

Climate Change and Health Issues Rhetoric (Lancet Countdown Working Group)

"When States Debate: The UN General Debate and the Use of Text Analysis in International Relations" (with Niheer Dasandi, Slava Jankin, and Neil Mitchell)

Non Peer-Review Publications:

''The Importance and Peculiarities of Archival Work in Political Science'', Comparative Politics Newsletter, 2019, XXIX(2): 5-11. [article]