In Print

Scott, J. (2022). It’s all about the Money: Understanding how Black Women Fund their Campaigns. PS: Political Science Politics, 55(2), 297-300.

Lemi, D. C., Scott, J., Wong, D. (2022). Creating Resource Pathways: Considering Opportunities and Funding Sources for Women of Color in the Discipline. PS: Political Science Politics, 55(2), 368-371.

Scott, J. S., Michelson, M. R., DeMora, S. L. (2021). Getting out the Black Vote in Washington DC: A Field Experiment. Journal of Political Marketing, 1-13.

Scott, J., Brown, N., Frasure, L., & Pinderhughes, D. (2021). Destined to Run? The Role of Political Participation on Black Women?s Decision to Run for Elected Office. National Review of Black Politics, 2(1), 22-52.

Scott, J. S. & Collins, J. (2020) Riled up about running for office: examining the impact of emotions on political ambition, Politics, Groups, and Identities, DOI: 10.1080/21565503.2020.1757806.

Scott, J. S., Dickinson, K. A., Juenke, E. G., & Thomas, S. (2020). The Summer Research Opportunities Program At Michigan State University. PS: Political Science & Politics, 53(1), 137-139.

Shah, P., Scott, J.S, & Gonzalez Juenke, E. (2019). Women of color candidates: examining emergence and success in state legislative elections. Politics, Groups, and Identities, 7(2), 429-443.

Enders, A. M., & Scott, J. S. (2019). The increasing racialization of American electoral politics, 1988-2016. American Politics Research, 47(2), 275-303.

Scott, J. S., & Brown, N. E. (2016). Scholarship on BlackLivesMatter and its implications on local electoral politics. Politics, Groups, and Identities, 4(4), 702-708.

Working Papers

“Supply and Demand of Female Candidates in the 2018 Election,” with Kesicia Dickinson, Shayla Olson, and Nazita Lajevardi (under review)

“Prosecutorial Discretion and Disparate Outcomes”, with Nazita Lajevardi

“You Better Shop Around: Litigant Characteristics and Support for Supreme Court Decisions,” with Elizabeth Lane and Jessica Schoenherr

“State Support for Women in Politics and its Impact on Female Candidate Emergence”, with Corwin Smidt

 “Strategic Entry: The Role of Candidate Training Programs in the Decision to Run”