Shu Fu. Forthcoming. "Particularism or Policy? When Distributive Outlays Flow to the President's Core Supporters." Political Research Quarterly. [PDF]
Shu Fu and Meg Savel. 2020. "Policy without Partisanship: The Direct Appeals of First Ladies." Presidential Studies Quarterly 50 (4): 736-761. [PDF] [Replication Data & Code]
Shu Fu and William G. Howell. 2020. "The Behavioral Consequences of Public Appeals: Evidence on Campaign Fundraising from the 2018 Congressional Elections." Presidential Studies Quarterly 50 (2): 325-347. [PDF] [Replication Data & Code]
"The Filibuster and Legislative Discussion," with William G. Howell. [PDF] [SLIDES in Chinese] (2nd round of R&R with minor revision at Journal of Politics)
"Ambassadorial Bacon: Home-State Effect of U.S. Ambassadors on Trade," with Minju Kim. [PDF] (Under Review at American Journal of Political Science)
"Moderates and Extremists on Capitol Hill: Analyzing the Volume, Tenor, and Topics of House Floor Speeches, 1985--2016."
"Against and Alongside the Bully Pulpit: Interbranch Messaging in a Polarized Era." [PDF]
"Do Primary Elections Exacerbate Congressional Polarization?" with Anthony Fowler.
"Virtual Homestyle: How Congressional Members Signal Ideological Location Through Social Media," with Eric Oliver.
Theses at Tsinghua
"Impacts of Imperial College Student Opinion on Foreign Policy Making in the Song Dynasty (宋代太学生舆论对国家战和决策的相关性分析)," 2015, advised by Chuanjie Zhang. [PDF]
Chuanjie Zhang and Shu Fu. 2012. "An Analysis of the Orientation of American Public Opinion toward Taiwan (美国公众涉台舆论取向分析)," World Economics and Politics 395: 91-112. [PDF]