Gina Yannitell Reinhardt Ph.d.

Peer Reviewed Publications

“The Intersectionality of Disaster’s Effects on Trust in Public Officials.” 2019. Social Science Quarterly 100(7): 2567-2580.  DOI: 10.1111/ssqu.12727.

“Speaking to the Social Sciences through Disaster Research.” 2019. With Ashley D. Ross. Social Science Quarterly 100(7): 2523-2529.  DOI: 10.1111/ssqu.12668.

“Emergency and First Response Management: Challenges for Local Governments.” 2019. With Lex Drennan. Local Government Studies 45(3): 293-301.  DOI: 10.1080/03003930.2019.1598382.

“Using community education interventions to build resilience and avert crises: how accidental dwelling fires decreased in Essex County, UK.” With Kakia Chatsiou. 2019. Local Government Studies 45(3): 394-412.  DOI: 10.1080/03003930.2019.1573729.

“Competing for the Platform: How Organized Interests Affect Party Positioning in the United States.” With Jennifer Nicoll Victor. 2018. Party Politics 24(3): 265-277. DOI: 10.1177/1354068816678888

 “Imagining Worse than Reality: Comparing Beliefs and Intentions between Disaster Evacuees and Survey Respondents.” 2017. Journal of Risk Research, 20(2): 169-194. DOI: 10.1080/13669877.2015.1017827

“First-Hand Experience and Second-Hand Information: Trust across Three Levels of Government.” 2015. Review of Policy Research, 32(3): 345-64. DOI: 10.1111/ropr.12123

 “Race, Trust, and Return Migration: Political Drivers of Post-Disaster Resettlement.” 2015. Political Research Quarterly 68(2): 350-362. DOI: 10.1177/1065912915575790

 “Comparing Discrete Distributions: Survey Validation and Survey Experiments.”  With Kishore Gawande, Domonic A. Bearfield, Carol L. Silva.  2013.  Political Analysis, 21(1): 70-85. DOI: 1093/pan/mps036

 “Matching Donors and Nonprofits: The Importance of Signaling in Funding Awards.”  2009.  Journal of Theoretical Politics, 21(3): 283-309.

“I Don’t Know Monica Lewinsky, and I’m Not in the CIA.  Now How about that Interview?” 2009. PS: Political Science and Politics, 42(2): 295-298. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9361.2006.00319.x

“Giving and Receiving Foreign Aid: Does Conflict Count?”  With Eliana Balla. 2008.  World Development, 36(12): 2566-2585.  DOI: 10.1016/j.worlddev.2008.03.008

“Shortcuts and Signals: An Analysis of Micro-level Determinants of Aid Allocation, with Case Study Evidence from Brazil.”  2006.  Review of Development Economics 10(2): 297-312.

“State-level Institutional Effects on Legislative Coalition Unity in Brazil.”  2004.  Legislative Studies Quarterly, Volume 29, Number 6 (February), 23-48.  With John M. Carey.

Separately reviewed and published in Portuguese as “Impacto das Instituições Estaduais na Unidade das Coalizões Parlamentares no Brasil.” 2003. DADOS: Revista de Ciências Sociais 46 (4): 773-804.


Government Reports and Program Evaluations

Is Your Prevention Activity Safe and Well? Evaluating Prevention Programmes. (IFP feature) 2020. International FIRE Professional: The Journal of the Institution of Fire Engineers, 31(February), 24-28.

Fire Related Research and Developments. (FIRE feature) 2020. FIRE, 115(1424): 23-26.

Essex Vision Evaluation Report. 2019. University of Essex, Colchester.

Essex Data Platform: Evaluation. (Executive Report) 2019. With Kakia Chatsiou. University of Essex, Colchester.

Southeast Network of Social Sciences Doctoral Training Partnership: Evaluation on Widening Participation. (link) 2019. University of Essex, Colchester.

Local Area Coordinators in Suffolk County: Financial and Social Impact Review. (Executive Report) 2018. With Kakia Chatsiou. University of Essex, Colchester.

Parish Safety Volunteer Programme: Evaluation. 2017. With Kakia Chatsiou. University of Essex, Colchester.

Evaluating the Essex Data Programme: Data Collection and Data Management Plan. 2017. With Kakia Chatsiou. University of Essex, Colchester.

Options Paper, Transformation Challenge Award (TCA) Programme Evaluation. 2017. With Kakia Chatsiou. University of Essex, Colchester.

Financial Benefits Review: Transformation Challenge Award programme, Essex County Council. 2017. With Kakia Chatsiou and Liz Ridler. Technical Report. University of Essex, Colchester.

2008. Medicare Vulnerabilities: Payments for Claims Tied to Deceased Doctors. Report to the United States Senate from the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. 110th Cong, 2d Sess. Final Report

2008. An ‘I’ on Congress: The Process and Products of Congressional Investigations. PS: Political Science and Politics, 41(3): 666-669. Published Paper