Publications

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 (forthcoming).

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

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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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Political Institutions

Dunning, Thad et al. 2019. “Voter information campaigns and political accountability: Cumulative findings from a preregistered meta-analysis of coordinated trials.” Science Advances, 5(7): eaaw2612.

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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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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, 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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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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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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Identity and politics

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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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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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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Conflict processes (Israel/Palestine)

Manekin, D, Grossman G, Mitts T.  2019.  “Contested Ground: Disentangling Material and Symbolic Attachment to Disputed Territory,” Political Science Research and Methods, 7(4): 679-697.

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Getmansky, A, Grossman G, Wright AL.  2019.  “Border Walls and Smuggling Spillovers,” Quarterly Journal of Political Science, 14(3): 329-347.

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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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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, 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, 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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