Publications

Political institutions

Grossman, G., K. Michelitch. 2018. “Information Dissemination, Competitive Pressure, and Politician Performance between Elections: A Field Experiment in Uganda.” American Political Science Review, 112(2): 280-301.

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Gottlieb, J, Grossman G, Robinson AL.  2018.  “Do Men and Women Have Different Policy Preferences in Africa? Determinants and Implications of Gender Gaps in Policy Prioritization.” British Journal of Political Science, 48(3): 611-638.

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Croke, K, Grossman G, Larreguy HA, Marshall J.  2016.  “Deliberate Disengagement: How Education Can Decrease Political Participation in Electoral Authoritarian Regimes.” American Political Science Review110(3): 579-600.

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Grossman, G.  2016. “Leadership Selection Rules and Decentralized Governance.” in Decentralized Governance and Accountability: Academic Research and the Future of Donor Programming, eds. Erik Wibbles and Jonathan Rodden, chapter 2, pp. 49-74.

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Grossman, G.  2015.  “Renewalist Christianity and the Political Saliency of LGBTs: Theory and Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa.” Journal of Politics, 77(2): 337-351.
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Grossman, G, Paler L.  2015.  “Using Experiments to Study Political Institutions.” Handbook of Comparative Political Institutions. (Gandhi, Jennifer, Ruiz-Runo, Ruben, Eds.). pages 84-97. Routledge
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Grossman, G, Hanlon WW.  2014.  “Do better monitoring institutions increase leadership quality in community organizations? Evidence from Uganda.” American Journal of Political Science, 58(3): 669–686.

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Grossman, G.  2014.  “Do Selection Rules Affect Leader Responsiveness? Evidence from Rural Uganda.” Quarterly Journal of Political Science, 9(1): 1-44 [lead article].

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Baldassarri, D, Grossman G.  2013.  “The Effect of Group Attachment and Social Position on Prosocial Behavior. Evidence from Lab-in-the-Field Experiments.” PLoS ONE, 8(3): e58750.

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Grossman, G, Baldassarri D.  2012.  “The Impact of Elections on Cooperation: Evidence from a Lab-in-the-Field Experiment in Uganda.” American Journal of Political Science, 56(4): 964-985.

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Baldassarri, D, Grossman G.  2011.  “Centralized Sanctioning and Legitimate Authority Promote Cooperation in Humans.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 27(108): 11023–11027.

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ICTs for better governance

Ferrali, R., G. Grossman, M. Platas, J. Rodden. 2019. “It Takes a Village: Peer Effects and Externalities in Technology Adoption.” American Journal of Political Science (in print).

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Grossman, G, Humphreys M, Sacramone-Lutz G.  2019.  Information Technology and Political Engagement: Mixed Evidence from Uganda, Journal of Politics (in print)

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Grossman, G., M. Platas and J. Rodden. 2018. “Crowdsourcing Accountability: ICT for Service Delivery.” World Development, 112: 74-87.

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Grossman, G, Michelitch K, Santamaria M.  2017.  “Texting Complaints to Politicians: Name Personalization and Politicians’ Encouragement in Citizen Mobilization.” Comparative Political Studies, 50(10): 1325-1357.

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Grossman, G, Humphreys M, Sacramone-Lutz G.  2014.  “I would like u WMP to extend electricity 2 our village”: On Information Technology and Interest Articulation. American Political Science Review, 108(3): 688-705.

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Government fragmentation

Gottlieb, J, Grossman G, Larreguy HA, Marx B.  2019. “A Signaling Theory of Distributive Policy Choice: Evidence From Senegal.” Journal of Politics, 81(2): 631-647.

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Grossman, G, Pierskalla JH, Dean EB.  2017.  “Government Fragmentation and Public Goods Provision.” Journal of Politics, 79(3): 823-840.

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Grossman, G, Lewis J.  2014.  “Administrative Unit Proliferation.” American Political Science Review, 108(1): 196-217.

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Conflict processes (Israel/Palestine)

Getmansky, A, Grossman G, Wright AL.  2019.  “Border Walls and Smuggling Spillovers,” Quarterly Journal of Political Science (in print).

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Grossman, G., D. Manekin, Y. Margalit. 2018. “How Sanctions Affect Public Opinion in Target Countries: Experimental Evidence from Israel,” Comparative Political Studies, 51(14): 1823–1857.

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Manekin, D, Grossman G, Mitts T.  2018.  “Contested Ground: Disentangling Material and Symbolic Attachment to Disputed Territory,” Political Science Research and Methods (in print).

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Grossman, G, Manekin D, Miodownik D.  2015.  “The Political Legacies Of Combat: Attitudes Towards War And Peace Among Israeli Ex-Combatants.” International Organization, 69(4): 981–1009.

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Grossman, G, Gazal-Ayal O, Pimentel S, Weinstein J.  2016.  “Descriptive Representation and Judicial Outcomes in Multi-Ethnic Societies.” American Journal of Political Science, 60(1): 44–69.

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Grossman, G, Kaplan R.  2006.  “Courage to Refuse.” Peace Review, 18(2): 189-197.
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Other

Grossman, G.  2011.  “Lab-in-the-field Experiments.” Newsletter of the APSA Experimental Section. 2(2):13-19.
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