PUBLICATIONS Peter M. Aronow, Jonathon Baron, and Lauren E. Pinson. “A Cautionary Note on Dropping Experimental Subjects who Fail a Manipulation Check.” Political Analysis, First View (2019).Link
Peter M. Aronow, Dean Karlan, and Lauren E. Pinson. “The Effect of Images of Michelle Obama’s Face on Trick-or-Treaters’ Dietary Choices: A Randomized Control Trial.” PLOS ONE, 13(1) (2018), e0189693. Link
Peter M. Aronow, Molly Offer-Westort, Lauren E. Pinson, and Ana Perez-Gea. “Information and Access to United Nations Diplomatic Missions.” Applied Economic Letters, 24(9) (2016), pp. 594-597. Link
Gary A. Ackerman and Lauren E. Pinson. “Speaking Truth to Sources: Introducing a Method for the Quantitative Evaluation of Open Sources in Event Data.” Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 39(7-8) (2016), pp. 617-640. Link
Ronald Breiger and Lauren E. Pinson. “A New Approach for Identification of Multiple Threat Scenarios to Counter CBRN Networks.” In Illuminating Dark Networks: The Study of Clandestine Groups and Organizations, ed. Luke Gerdes. Cambridge University Press, 2015. Link
Gary A. Ackerman and Lauren E. Pinson. “An Army of One: Assessing CBRN Pursuit and Use by Lone Wolves and Autonomous Cells.” Terrorism and Political Violence, 26(1) (2014), pp. 226-245. Link
SELECTED WORKING PROJECTS “Bullets Over Borders: Why States Allow Illicit Trafficking.”
“Bullet-Proof Beliefs: How Exposure to US Gun Violence influences Perspectives on Gun Control.”
“Just Say No: Why Potential Aid Recipient States Reject Anti-Illicit Trafficking Assistance.”
“Microfoundations of Perceptions of Border Security.” With Beth Simmons. “Busting Smuggling Assumptions: An Empirical Analysis of the Overlap between Drug Trafficking and Small Arms Trafficking.” With Nicholas Marsh.
“Introducing the Illicit Small Arms Seizures Dataset.” With Nicholas Marsh.
“From Policy to Practice: Considering the Role of Gender in Combating Illicit Small Arms Trafficking.”