Under Review

 

[1] Blair, Graeme et al. 2020. "Does Community Policing Build Trust in Police and Reduce Crime? Evidence from Six Coordinated Field Experiments in the Global South" (revise and resubmit at Science). 

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[2] Ferrali, R., G. Grossman, M. Platas & J. Rodden. 2021. "Who Registers? Village Networks, Household Dynamics, and Voter Registration in Rural Uganda" (revise and resubmit at Comparative Political Studies) 

[Manuscript]


[3] Blair,C, G. Grossman & J.Weinstein. 2021. "Liberal Displacement Policies Attract Forced Migrants in the Global South." (revise and resubmit at American Political Science Review) 

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[4] Blair, R, G. Grossman & A. Wilke. 2021. "Can Community Policing Improve Police-Community Relations in an Authoritarian Regime? Evidence from Uganda."

[Manuscript] 


[5] Dipoppa, G, G. Grossman and S.Zonszein. 2021 "Locked Down, Lashing Out: Situational Triggers and Hateful Behavior Towards Minority Ethnic Immigrants."

[Manuscript]


[6] Grossman, G, Y. Margalit and T. Mitts. 2020. "Media Ownership as Political Investment: The Case of Israel Hayom"

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[7] Garcia-Hernandez, A., G. Grossman & K. Michelitch, 2021. "Networks and the Size of the Gender Gap in Politician Performance Across Job Duties." 

[Manuscript][Appendix]


[8] Grossman, G., K. Michelitch  & C. Prato. 2020. "The Effect of Sustained Transparency on Electoral Accountability."

[Manuscript][Appendix][Policy Brief]


[9] Paler, L, J Springman, G. Grossman & J. Pierskalla. 2020. "Oil Discoveries and Political Windfalls: Evidence on Presidential Support in Uganda."

[Manuscript][Appendix]