Olivella, Santiago, and Jacob M Montgomery. “Tree-based models for political Science Data”. American Journal of Political Science (Forthcoming). Print.
Potter, Joshua D, and Santiago Olivella. “Electoral strategy in geographic space: Accounting for spatial proximity in district-level party competition”. Electoral Studies 40 (2015): , 40, 76–86. Web. Replication materials
Montgomery, Jacob M, et al.An Informed Forensics Approach to Detecting Vote Irregularities”. Political Analysis 23.4 (2015): , 23, 4, 488-505. Web. Replication materials
Crisp, Brian F, et al.Elections as instruments for punishing bad representatives and selecting good ones”. Electoral Studies 34 (2014): , 34, 1–15. Web. Replication materials
Olivella, Santiago, and Margit Tavits. “Legislative effects of electoral Mandates”. British Journal of Political Science 44 (2014): , 44, 301–321. Web. Replication materials
Atkinson, Matthew D, et al.(Where) Do Campaigns Matter? The Impact of National Party Convention Location”. The Journal of Politics 76 (2014): , 76, 1045–1058. Web. Replication materials
Crisp, Brian F, Santiago Olivella, and Joshua D Potter. “Party-System Nationalization and the Scope of Public Policy The Importance of Cross-District Constituency Similarity”. Comparative Political Studies 46 (2013): , 46, 431–456. Web. Replication materials
Crisp, Brian F, et al.Vote-earning strategies in flexible list systems: Seats at the price of unity”. Electoral Studies 32 (2013): , 32, 658–669. Web. Replication materials
Crisp, Brian F, Santiago Olivella, and Joshua D Potter. “Electoral contexts that impede voter coordination”. Electoral Studies 31 (2012): , 31, 143–158. Web. Replication materials
Olivella, Santiago. “Del rigor en la Ciencia Política: algunas reflexiones sobre metodología de investigación”. Colombia Internacional (2007): , 150–155. Print.
Olivella, Santiago, and Cristina Vélez. “¿ Sobrevivirá la coalición de Uribe?”. Colombia Internacional (2006): , 194–205. Print.