Clientelist politics and economic development: Research papers and collaborating researchers

Research paper  Author(s)
Clientelist Politics and Development: Roots, Mechanisms and Effects Rachel M. Gisselquist, Senior Research Fellow, UNU-WIDER
Miguel Niño-Zarazúa, Non-Resident Senior Research Fellow, UNU-WIDER
Kunal Sen, Director, UNU-WIDER  
Clientelism and Governance Pranab Bardhan, Professor, University of California, Berkeley
Clientelism and State Capacity Ana de la O, Associate Professor, Yale University
Programmatic clientelism and development outcomes in rural Mexico Dragan Filipovich, Associate Professor, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Miguel Niño-Zarazúa, Non-Resident Senior Research Fellow, UNU-WIDER
Alma Santillán HernándezUniversidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo
Cash-for-Votes in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from 17 Elections Jenny Guardado, Assistant Professor Georgetown University
Leonard Wantchekon, Professor, Princeton University
Poverty, Social Networks, and Clientelism Allen Hicken, Professor, University of Michigan
Nico Ravanilla, Assistant Professor, University of California San Diego
Contract Clientelism: How Infrastructure Contracts Fund Vote Buying Alisha Holland, Associate Professor, Harvard University
Will Freeman, PhD student, Princeton University
Clientelism, Public Goods Provision and Governance Staffan Lindberg, Professor, University of Gothenburg
Maria Lo Bue, Research Associate, UNU-WIDER
Kunal Sen, Director, UNU-WIDER
Clientelism, Credibility and Context: A Framework for Understanding the Good and the Bad of Clientelism Ellen Lust, Professor, University of Gothenburg
Clientelistic Politics and Pro-Poor Targeting: Rules versus Discretionary Budgets Dilip Mookherjee, Professor, Boston University
Anusha Nath, Research Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Citizen demand and legislative responsiveness under Kenya’s Constituency Development Fund Ken Opalo, Assistant Professor, Georgetown University
Clientelism and Development: Is there a poverty trap? Susan Stokes, Professor, University of Chicago
The impact of technology on patterns of clientelist politics in South Asia Steven Wilkinson, Professor, Yale University