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Neil Malhotra

Neil Malhotra
Professor, Political Economy
Contact Info
NeilMalhotra
Professor of Political Economy
Professor of Political Science (by courtesy), School of Humanities and Sciences
Academic Area: 
Political Economy

Additional Administrative Titles

Louise & Claude Rosenberg Jr. Co-Director, Center for Social Innovation

Academic Degrees

  • PhD in Political Science, Stanford University, 2008
  • MA in Political Science, Stanford University, 2005
  • BA in Economics, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Distinction in the Major, Yale University, 2002

Academic Appointments

  • At Stanford University since 2008

Professional Experience

  • Visiting Scholar, Russell Sage Foundation

Awards and Honors

  • Philip F. Maritz Faculty Scholar, Stanford GSB, 2013-2014
  • Jewell-Loewenberg Award for the Best Article in Legislative Studies Quarterly, American Political Science Association
  • Invited Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences

Publications

Journal Articles

Neil Malhotra, Matthew S. Levendusky. Public Opinion Quarterly . April 29, 2016, Vol. 80, Pages 378-391.
Neil Malhotra, Yotam Margalit. Journal of Politics. October 2014, Vol. 76, Issue 4, Pages 1000–1016.
Christian R. Grose, Neil Malhotra, Robert Parks Van Houweling. American Journal of Political Science. September 2014, Vol. 00, Issue 0, Pages 1 – 20.
Neil Malhotra. American Journal of Political Science. 2013.
Neil Malhotra. American Journal of Political Science. 2011.
Neil Malhotra. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2010.
Andrew Healy, Neil Malhotra. American Political Science Review. July 2009, Vol. 103, Issue 3, Pages 387-406.
Neil Malhotra, Alexander G. Kuo. The Journal of Politics. 2008, Vol. 70, Issue 1, Pages 120-135.
Jowei Chen, Neil Malhotra. American Political Science Review. 2007, Vol. 101, Issue 4, Pages 657-676.

Teaching

Degree Courses

2016-17

With leadership comes responsibility. This course explores the numerous ethical duties faced by managers and organizations. It combines analytical frameworks with the latest findings on human behavior to inform a wide range of ethical decisions...

2015-16

With leadership comes responsibility. This course explores the numerous ethical duties faced by managers and organizations. It combines analytical frameworks with the latest findings on human behavior to inform a wide range of ethical decisions...

Disruptive innovation is challenging to bring to market because of the power of entrenched incumbents and their political advocates. This course will discuss market and non-market strategies for effectively deploying and scaling up disruptive...

2014-15

With leadership comes responsibility. This course explores the numerous ethical duties faced by managers and organizations. It combines analytical frameworks with the latest findings on human behavior to inform a wide range of ethical decisions...

Measuring the opinions and sentiments of consumers and employees are important responsibilities of several areas of managerial responsibility including marketing, strategy, business development, and sales. We focus on three main approaches...

Disruptive innovation is challenging to bring to market because of the power of entrenched incumbents and their political advocates. This course will discuss market and non-market strategies for effectively deploying and scaling up disruptive...

Executive Education & Other Non-Degree Programs
 

Stanford Case Studies

Service to the Profession

Member

  • American Political Science Association, 2004-2009

In the Media

Discovery News, April 15, 2016
Washington Post, March 12, 2014
Writing in the Washington Post, two political scientists explore how media coverage of political polarization shapes public opinion.
Politico, December 22, 2013
Writing in Politico, Andrew Healy and Stanford GSB's Neil Malhotra say "gender of children can have powerful consequences for a family's political attitudes."

Insights by Stanford Business

March 8, 2016
Digital tools bring privacy challenges to social enterprises.
February 8, 2016
Four Stanford GSB professors show how our elected officials win over voters.
December 19, 2015
Explore Stanford Business stories from 2015, including pieces on technology, finance, and work-life balance.
November 2, 2015
Immigrant resentment has built among Americans who feel left behind.
August 13, 2015
How do you code ethics into autonomous automobiles? And who is responsible when things go awry?
March 31, 2015
A Stanford professor of political economy dissects an elemental political instinct.
March 17, 2015
A political economist looks at the relationship between public opinion and the high court.
October 27, 2014
Researchers often don’t publish null findings. A Stanford scholar explains why that’s a bad thing.
September 8, 2014
A study shows that political identity often trumps a voter’s desire for compromise.
April 7, 2014
New research shows that when it comes to dating and marriage, race still matters.
September 30, 2013
A new study explores the evidence behind the idea that people oppose immigration because they fear losing their job.
July 23, 2013
Research suggests that childhood inexperience with household chores may help shape political views.
February 13, 2013
New research reveals that political affiliation rivals education level as one of the most important factors in identifying a potential mate.
October 30, 2012
Research shows that President Obama may get a bump in the polls from Hurricane Sandy.
October 30, 2012
New research says polling data helps voters get the information they need to make decisions.
February 16, 2012
A study of the film industry examines discrepancies between estimated and actual box office performance.
July 1, 2010
Research shows how voting decisions can be influenced by otherwise irrelevant events, such as football scores.
February 1, 2009
A study explores how peoples' backgrounds influence their opinions of the president's plan to boost the economy.