Ken is the author of Interest Groups, Lobbying, and
Participation in America, published by Cambridge University Press.
His research on political advertising, turnout, campaign finance,
survey methodology, Israeli politics, and presidential elections
has also appeared in The American Journal of Political Science, The
Journal of Politics, Public Opinion Quarterly, PS: Political
Science, and Political Communication as well as in a series of book
chapters. He is currently at work on a book project on television
advertising and campaign finance, which is also under contract with
Cambridge University Press.
In addition to his scholarly work, Goldstein has had extensive
professional experience in conducting survey research for
corporate, media, and political clients. Before attending graduate
school, Goldstein worked as a researcher for the CBS News Election
Unit and for the Charlie Rose show. Goldstein has worked as an
election night consultant for CNN and CBS News. He is also
currently a consultant for the ABC News political unit.
Goldstein's reputation for unbiased and non-partisan
analysis has made him a favorite source of politicians and the news
media alike. He is quoted extensively in the country's
leading media sources. He is currently on the Board of Overseers
for the National Elections Study -- the premier survey research
project on elections conducted in the scholarly community.