- Yaoyao Dai, Zijie Shao, and Xianglin Xu. 2016. “Agenda-Setting and International News Coverage: A Quantitative Text Analysis on China Central TV News Reports” (In Chinese). Journal of Chinese Academy of Governance 4: 29-34.
- Yaoyao Dai, Chenyuan Ji, and Zijie Shao. Forthcoming. “Media Framing Effects in Public Opinion: A Survey Experiment in China” (In Chinese). Journal of Public Management.
- Yaoyao Dai and Luwei Luqiu. 2018. “Foreign Native Advertising.”, CP: Newsletter of the Comparative Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association 28(2): 25-31.
- Yaoyao Dai and Zijie Shao. 2016. “Populism as a Strategy of Authoritarian Survival in China: Concept and Measurement.” CP: Newsletter of the Comparative Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association 26(2): 31-40.
- Yaoyao Dai. 2018. “Populism and Abuse of Populism.” Tencent Dajia (Most influential self-media in China. Article has been viewed over 310,000 times).
- Yaoyao Dai and Luwei Luqiu. “Credibility, Revenue, and Threatened Media Freedom: A Survey Experiment on Political Native Advertising.” (Revise and Resubmit)
- Yaoyao Dai. “Anti-corruption Campaigns and Popular Support for Authoritarian Governments: A Survey Experiment in China.”
- Yaoyao Dai and Benjamin Radford. “0-BlinC: Zero-Shot Bilingual Text Classification without Translation.”
- Yaoyao Dai. “Measuring Populism in Contexts: A Supervised Approach with Word Embedding Models.”
- Yaoyao Dai and Alexander Kustov. “When Do (and Don't) Politicians Use Populist Rhetoric? A Mobilization Model of Populism.”
- Yaoyao Dai. “Public Supporter, Private Dissenter?: How Cooptation and Repression Influence Regime Support.”
Works in Progress:
- Yaoyao Dai and Burt Monroe. “Machine Biases and Where to Quantify Them.”
- Yaoyao Dai and Benjamin Radford. “Structural Word Embeddings.”
- Yaoyao Dai, Benjamin Radford, James Igoe Walsh, and Kaitlyn Webster. “Surveillance, Conflict, and Dissent: New Data, Methods, and Theory for the Information Era.” (Proposal Submitted for Department of Defense Basic Research Program.)
- Yaoyao Dai and and Matt Golder. “Identifying Party Families with Cluster Analysis.”
- Yaoyao Dai and Chiedo Nwankwor. “Anti-corruption Campaigns and Popular Support for the Government: A Survey Experiment in Nigeria.”
- Yaoyao Dai and Luwei Luqiu. “Signaling Popularity or Strength?: Pro-government Mobilization in Hong Kong.”