Rocío Titiunik

Professor of Politics

Professor Rocío Titiunik specializes in quantitative methodology for the social sciences, with emphasis on quasi-experimental methods for causal inference and political methodology. Her research interests lie at the intersection of political science, political economy, and applied statistics, particularly in the development and application of quantitative methods to the study of political institutions

Selected Publications:

Klašnja, Marko, and Rocio Titiunik. "The incumbency curse: Weak parties, term limits, and unfulfilled accountability." American Political Science Review 111.1 (2017): 129-148.

Erikson, Robert S., and Rocío Titiunik. "Using regression discontinuity to uncover the personal incumbency advantage." Quarterly Journal of Political Science 10.1 (2015): 101-119.

Calonico, Sebastian, Matias D. Cattaneo, and Rocio Titiunik. "Robust nonparametric confidence intervals for regression‐discontinuity designs." Econometrica 82.6 (2014): 2295-2326.