Peer-Reviewed Paper

Adams, James, Luca Bernardi, Lawrence Ezrow, Oakley B. Grodon, Tzu-Ping Liu, and M. Chritine Phillips. 2019. “A Problem with Empirical Studies of Party Policy Shifts: Alternative Measures of Party Shifts Are Uncorrelated.European Journal of Political Research 58(4): 1234-1244.

Hare, Christopher, Tzu-Ping Liu, and Robert Lupton. 2018. “What Ordered Optimal Classification Reveals about Ideological Structure, Cleavages, and Polarization in the American Mass Public.Public Choice 176(1-2): 57-78.

Chen, Ted Hsuan Yun, Liu, Tzu-Ping, and Chung-li Wu. 2014. “Policy-Balancing and Ticket-Splitting: Problems with ‘Preference for Checks and Balances’ in Taiwanese Electoral Studies.Japanese Journal of Political Science 15(2): 317-337.

Liu, Tzu-Ping, Shih-chan Dai, and Chung-li Wu. 2013. “Cross-Cutting Networks and Political Participation: Lessons of the 2010 City Mayoral Elections in Taiwan.East Asia 30(2): 91-104.

Liu, Tzu-Ping, Chung-li Wu, and Shi-chan Dai. 2012. “Cross-Pressures, Opinion Expression, and Party Identification: Lessons of the 2008 Legislative Yuan Elections in Taiwan.Journal of Electoral Studies 19(2):1-36. (in Chinese)

Under Review

Liu, Tzu-Ping. How Do Non-Corruption Scandals Affect Voters to Evaluate Politicians? Empirical Evidence from A Conjoint Experiment in the U.K. July 2019.

Liu, Tzu-Ping. Political Scandals Do Not Scare Party Supporters Away–Empirical Evidence from An Interrupted Time-Series Design and Break Point Detection. July 2019.

Book Chapter

Wu, Chung-li and Tzu-Ping Liu. 2017. “Political Participation in Taiwan.” in The Taiwan Voter, ed. Christopher H. Achen and T. Y. Wang. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

Works in Progress

Liu, Tzu-Ping and Takanori Fujiwara. ``Contrastive Multiple Component Analysis (cMCA): Applying the Contrastive Learning Method to Identify Political Subgroups.’’ March 2020.

Liu, Tzu-Ping, Gento Kato, and Sam Fuller. “Non-Parametric Bridging of Non-Parametric Ideological Scales: Application to Mapping Voters on Politicians’ Ideological Space.” March 2020.

Liu, Tzu-Ping and Geoff Allen. “Latent Nationalism, Political Opportunity and the Rise of Europe’s Far Right.” January 2020.

Liu, Tzu-Ping and Ryan Hubert. “One Campaign Website, Multiple Constituencies.” July 2019.

Liu, Tzu-Ping and Carlos Algara. “The Influence of Partisan Conflict and Policy Responsiveness on Majority Party Electoral Fortunes and Congressional Job Performance: A Time-Series Approach.”” March 2018.

Liu, Tzu-Ping and Gento Kato. “What Can We Learn from Newspaper Headlines?” June 2016.