Neil Malhotra

Professor of Political Economy

Graduate School of Business
Stanford University
655 Knight Way
Stanford, CA 94305-7298
(408) 772-7969
neilm (at) stanford.edu
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Business and Politics

I have studied numerous topics related to how public opinion influences the interplay between business and politics including  self-regulation, inequality, financial crises, globalization, and immigration.


Please find links to publications in this research area below:

Malhotra, Neil, Benoit Monin, and Michael Tomz. In press. ``Does Private Regulation Preempt Public Regulation?" American Political Science Review.

Broockman, David, Gregory Ferenstein, and Neil Malhotra. In press. ``Predispositions and The Political Behavior of American Economic Elites: Evidence from Technology Entrepreneurs'' American Journal of Political Science.

Newman, Benjamin, and Neil Malhotra. In press. ``Economic Reasoning with a Racial Hue: Is the Immigration Consensus Purely Race Neutral?" Journal of Politics.


Malhotra, Neil, and Benjamin Newman. 2017. “Explaining Immigration Preferences: Disentangling Skill and Prevalence” Research and Politics
. 4(4): 1-6.

Malhotra, Neil, Yotam Margalit, and Cecilia Hyunjung Mo. 2013. “Economic Explanations for Opposition to Immigration: Distinguishing Between Prevalence and Conditional Impact." American Journal of Political Science. 57(2): 391-410.

Malhotra, Neil, and Yotam Margalit. 2010. “Short-Term Communication Effects or Longstanding Dispositions? The Public's Response to the Financial Crisis of 2008." Journal of Politics. 72(3): 852-867.