Christopher Mann, Ph.D.
- Ph.D., Yale University; 2009
- B.A., Pomoma College
- U.S. Elections
- Political Behavior
- Political Communication
- American political institutions
- U.S. elections, political campaigns, political behavior, voter mobilization, election administration, political communication, campaign finance.
- Is There Backlash to Social Pressure? A Large-scale Field Experiment on Voter Mobilization”. Political Behavior, 2010 (forthcoming).
- “The Enduring Effects of Social Pressure: Tracking Campaign Experiments over a Series of Elections” (with Tiffany Davenport, Alan Gerber, Donald Green, and Costas Panagopolous). Political Behavior, 2010 (forthcoming).
- “Do Advance Letters Improve Preelection Forecast Accuracy?” Public Opinion Quarterly, 2005 69(4):561-571.
- “Unintentional Voter Mobilization: Does Participation in Pre-election Surveys Increase Voter Turnout?” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 2005 601(1):155-168
- POL 529 - Fall 2011
- POL 599 - Fall 2011
- POL 201 - Fall 2010
- POL 334 - Fall 2010
- POL 201 - Spring 2010
- POL 599 - Spring 2010
- POL 201 - Fall 2009
- POL 334 - Fall 2009
Teaching & Professional Experience:
- Teaching Fellow in Political Science, Yale University
- Vice President of Targeting, MSHC Partners Inc (Political consulting)
- Executive Director, Colorado Conservation Voters
- Associate Director, Trust for Public Land Public Finance Program
- Executive Director, New Mexico Democratic Party
- Campaign Manager, various candidate and ballots measure campaigns