Leonard Wantchekon
Leonard Wantchekon
Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Associated Faculty, Economics department, Princeton
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The slave trade and the origins of mistrust in Africa
N Nunn, L Wantchekon
American Economic Review 101 ((7)), 3221-3252, 2011
Clientelism and voting behavior: Evidence from a field experiment in Benin
L Wantchekon
World politics 55 (3), 399-422, 2003
Resource wealth and political regimes in Africa
N Jensen, L Wantchekon
Comparative political studies 37 (7), 816-841, 2004
Does corruption information inspire the fight or quash the hope? A field experiment in Mexico on voter turnout, choice, and party identification
A Chong, AL De La O, D Karlan, L Wantchekon
The Journal of Politics 77 (1), 55-71, 2015
Why do resource dependent countries have authoritarian governments?
L Wantchekon
Journal of African Finance and Economic Development 5 (2), 57-77, 2002
The Paradox of 'Warlord' Democracy: A Theoretical Investigation
L Wantchekon
American Political Science Review 98 ((1)), 17-34, 2004
Clientelism and vote buying: lessons from field experiments in African elections
PC Vicente, L Wantchekon
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 25 (2), 292-305, 2009
Can informed public deliberation overcome clientelism? Experimental evidence from Benin
T Fujiwara, L Wantchekon
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 5 (4), 241-55, 2013
Education and human capital externalities: evidence from colonial Benin
L Wantchekon, M Klašnja, N Novta
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 130 (2), 703-757, 2015
Electoral competition under the threat of political unrest
M Ellman, L Wantchekon
The Quarterly journal of economics 115 (2), 499-531, 2000
Political dutch disease
R Lam, L Wantchekon
Manuscript. New York: Department of Politics, New York University, 2003
A theory of post-civil war democratization
L Wantchekon, Z Neeman
Journal of Theoretical Politics 14 (4), 439-464, 2002
New advances in experimental research on corruption
RM Isaac, DA Norton
Emerald Group Publishing, 2012
The “game” of torture
L Wantchekon, A Healy
Journal of Conflict Resolution 43 (5), 596-609, 1999
Why do resource abundant countries have authoritarian governments?
L Wantchekon
Journal of African Development 5 (2), 145-176, 2002
Dictatorships as a political Dutch Disease
R Lam, L Wantchekon
Economic Growth Center, Yale University Working Papers, 1999
Africa: Dictatorial and democratic electoral systems since 1946
M Golder, L Wantchekon
The Handbook of Electoral System Choice, 401-418, 2004
On the nature of first democratic elections
L Wantchekon
Journal of Conflict Resolution 43 (2), 245-258, 1999
Do electoral handouts affect voting behavior?
J Guardado, L Wantchekon
Electoral Studies 53, 139-149, 2018
Strategic voting in conditions of political instability: The 1994 elections in El Salvador
L Wantchekon
Comparative Political Studies 32 (7), 810-834, 1999
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