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Kristin Michelitch
Kristin Michelitch
Toulouse School of Economics and Quantitative Social Sciences
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Does Electoral Competition Exacerbate Interethnic or Interpartisan Economic Discrimination? Evidence from a Field Experiment in Market Price Bargaining
K Michelitch
American Political Science Review 109 (1), 43-61, 2015
1982015
Information Dissemination, Competitive Pressure, and Politician Performance between Elections: A Field Experiment in Uganda
G Grossman, K Michelitch
American Political Science Review, 2019
139*2019
Advances in Survey Methods for the Developing World
N Lupu, K Michelitch
Annual Review of Political Science, 2018
1222018
The 2012 Crisis in Mali: Ongoing Empirical State Failure
J Bleck, K Michelitch
African Affairs 114, 589-623, 2015
1102015
Electoral Cycle Fluctuations in Partisanship: Global Evidence from 86 Countries
K Michelitch, S Utych
The Journal of Politics, 2018
922018
Is women’s empowerment associated with political knowledge and opinions? Evidence from rural Mali
J Bleck, K Michelitch
World Development 106, 299-323, 2018
722018
Capturing the Airwaves, Capturing the Nation? A Field Experiment on State-Run Media Effects in the Wake of a Coup
J Bleck, K Michelitch
The Journal of Politics 79 (3), 2017
71*2017
Texting Complaints to Politicians: Name Personalization and Politicians' Encouragement in Citizen Mobilization
G Grossman, K Michelitch, M Santamaria
Comparative Political Studies 50 (10), 1325-1357, 2017
512017
Looking to the future: Prospective economic voting in 2008 Presidential Elections
K Michelitch, M Morales, A Owen, JA Tucker
Electoral Studies 31 (4), 838-851, 2012
412012
Personal narratives reduce negative attitudes toward refugees and immigrant outgroups: Evidence from Kenya
N Audette, J Horowitz, K Michelitch
Vanderbilt University Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions …, 2020
272020
Candidate coethnicity, rural/urban divides, and partisanship in Africa
R Harding, K Michelitch
Party Politics 27 (4), 791-802, 2021
252021
Whose research is it? Political scientists discuss whether, how, and why we should involve the communities we study
K Michelitch
PS: Political Science & Politics 51 (3), 543-545, 2018
102018
The effect of sustained transparency on electoral accountability
G Grossman, K Michelitch, C Prato
American Journal of Political Science, 2023
92023
Introduction to field experiments: Thinking through identity and positionality
J Davis, K Michelitch
PS: Political Science & Politics 55 (4), 735-740, 2022
92022
Wikipedia and Political Science: Addressing Systematic Biases with Student Initiatives
BA Ackerly, K Michelitch
PS: Political Science & Politics 55 (2), 429-433, 2022
62022
Improving Open-Source Information on African Politics, One Student at a Time
M Wilfahrt, K Michelitch
PS: Political Science & Politics 55 (2), 450-455, 2022
52022
Islam, Christianity, and Attitudes Toward Women's Political Equality: Evidences from Sub-Saharan Africa
K Michelitch, KR Weghorst
Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies, 2013
22013
Are Politicians More Responsive Towards Men’s or Women’s Service Delivery Requests? A Survey Experiment with Ugandan Politicians
SE Kim, K Michelitch
Journal of Experimental Political Science 9 (3), 326-338, 2022
12022
Gender gap in politician performance and its determinants
A Garcia-Hernandez, G Grossman, K Michelitch
Ruhr Economic Papers, 2022
12022
Radio Gaga: Evolving Field Experiments in Mali
K Michelitch
Stories from the Field: A Guide to Navigating Fieldwork in Political Science …, 2020
12020
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