Research

Below you will find my publications. Please email me for information on working papers and presentations.

Publications

Pan, Jennifer. Forthcoming. "How Market Dynamics of Domestic and Foreign Social Media Firms Shape Strategies of Internet Censorship." Problems of Post-Communism. (PDF)

Meng, Tianguang; Pan, Jennifer; and Ping Yang. Forthcoming. "Conditional Receptivity to Citizen Participation: Evidence from a Survey Experiment in China." Comparative Political Studies. (PDF)

Chen, Jidong; Pan, Jennifer; and Yiqing Xu. 2016. "Sources of Authoritarian Responsiveness: A Field Experiment in China." American Journal of Political Science 60(2): 383-400. (PDF)

Monroe, Burt L.; Pan, Jennifer; Roberts, Margaret E.; Sen, Maya, and Betsy Sinclair. 2015. "No! Formal Theory, Causal Inference, and Big Data Are Not Contradictory Trends in Political Science." PS: Political Science and Politics. (PDF)

King, Gary, Pan, Jennifer, and Margaret Roberts. 2014. "Reverse-engineering Censorship in China: Randomized Experimentation and Participant Observation." Science 345, no. 6199: 1-10. (PDF, Supplement, Summary)

King, Gary, Pan, Jennifer, and Margaret Roberts. 2013. "How Censorship in China Allows Government Criticism but Silences Collective Expression." American Political Science Review 107(2): 1-18. (PDF)

Zhang, Fujie, Hsu, Michael, Yu, Lan, Wen, Yi, Tuo, Jia, Zhang, Ruijuan, and Jennifer Pan. 2006. "Initiation of the National Free ART Program in Rural China," in Joan Kaufman, Arthur Kleinman, and Tony Saich, eds. Social Policies and HIV/AIDS in China. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Asia Center, 96-124. (PDF)

Zhang, Fujie, Pan, Jennifer, Yu, Lan, Wen, Yi, Ma Ye, Zhao, Yan. 2005. "Current Progress of China’s Free ART Program." Cell Research. 15(11-12): 877-882. (PDF)

Selected Working Papers and Projects

"How the Chinese Government Fabricates Social Media Posts for Strategic Distraction, not Engaged Argument" (PDF). With Gary King and Margaret E. Roberts

"China's Ideological Spectrum'" (PDF). With Yiqing Xu

"How Chinese Officials Use the Internet to Construct their Public Image" (PDF).