Sara Kazemian
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The interactive effects of scientific knowledge and gender on COVID‐19 social distancing compliance
C Algara, S Fuller, C Hare, S Kazemian
Social Science Quarterly 102 (1), 7-16, 2021
The role of race and scientific trust on support for COVID-19 social distancing measures in the United States
S Kazemian, S Fuller, C Algara
PLoS One 16 (7), e0254127, 2021
Voluntary international migration
J Money, TW Taylor
Oxford University Press, 2016
Nail in the Coffin or Lifeline? Evaluating the Electoral Impact of COVID-19 on President Trump in the 2020 Election
C Algara, S Amlani, S Collitt, I Hale, S Kazemian
Political behavior, 1-29, 2022
Partnerships between Ridehailing Companies and Public Transit Agencies: An Exploration of Inter-agency Learning about Pilot Programs
S Pike, S Kazemian
Assessing the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccine lotteries: A cross-state synthetic control methods approach
S Fuller, S Kazemian, C Algara, DJ Simmons
Plos one 17 (9), e0274374, 2022
Why Do Some Transit Agencies Form Shared-Use Mobility Partnerships while Others Do Not?
S Pike, S Kazemian
Institute of Transportation Studies, Working Paper Series, 2020
Influential Factors in the Formation of Partnerships Between Ridehail Companies and Public Transportation
S Pike, S Kazemian
Social Status and Gendered Pathways to Citizenship
J Money, S Kazemian, A Klotz, M Rodriguez
International Migration Review, 01979183221142774, 2023
For many 2020 presidential election voters, economic concerns about COVID-19 restrictions trumped public health
C Algara, S Amlani, S Collitt, I Hale, S Kazemian
USApp–American Politics and Policy Blog, 2022
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