Arthur Lupia examines how information and institutions affect policy and politics. He studies how people make decisions when they lack information and has applied these insights to topics such as voting and elections, civic competence, legislative-bureaucratic relations, parliamentary governance, and the role of the media and the internet in politics. He draws from multiple scientific and philosophical disciplines and he integrates many research methods.He is also active in creating new opportunities for social scientists. He co-founded TESS (Time-Shared Experiments for the Social Sciences), served as Principal Investigator for the American National Election Studies and EITM (the Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models summer institutes), served as Chairperson of the Board of Directors for the Center for Open Science, and now serves as Assistant Director of the National Science Foundation.
- Arthur Lupia. 2023. Political endorsements can affect scientific credibility. Nature 615:590-591.
- Jamieson, Kathleen Hall, Arthur Lupia, Amaya, Ashley, Brady, Henry E, Bautista, René, Clinton, Joshua D, Dever, Jill A, Dutwin, David, Goroff, Daniel L, Hillygus, D Sunshine, Kennedy, Courtney, Langer, Gary, Lapinski, John S, Link, Michael, Philpot, Tasha, Prewitt, Ken, Rivers, Doug, Vavreck, Lynn, Wilson, David C, McNutt, Marcia K. 2023. Protecting the integrity of survey research. PNAS Nexus 2(3):pgad049.
- Arthur Lupia. 2023. By Design: How People Adapt to Cognitive Limitations in Politics. Topics in Cognitive Science
- Lupia, Arthur, McCubbins, Mathew D. 2019. Democracy's Continuing Dilemma: How to Build Credibility in Chaotic Times. PS: Political Science & Politics 52(4):654-658.
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- Lupia, Arthur. 2018. Coding Open Responses. The Palgrave Handbook of Survey Research :473-487.
- Lupia, Arthur. 2018. How to Improve Coding for Open-Ended Survey Data: Lessons from the ANES. The Palgrave Handbook of Survey Research :121-127.
- Lupia, Arthur. 2018. The Role of Transparency in Maintaining the Legitimacy and Credibility of Survey Research. The Palgrave Handbook of Survey Research :315-318.
- Lupia, Arthur. 2018. Research Transparency and the Credibility of Survey-Based Social Science. The Palgrave Handbook of Survey Research :655-666.
- Lupia, Arthur, Elman, Colin , Kapiszewski, Diana . 2018. Transparent Social Inquiry: Implications for Political Science. Annual Review of Political Science 21(1):null.