Adam S. Harris
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Who controls foreign aid? Elite versus public perceptions of donor influence in aid-dependent Uganda
MG Findley, AS Harris, HV Milner, DL Nielson
International Organization 71 (4), 633-663, 2017
Is Ethnicity Identifiable? Lessons from an Experiment in South Africa
AS Harris, MG Findley
Journal of Conflict Resolution 58 (1), 4-33, 2014
The ABCs of Covid-19 prevention in Malawi: Authority, benefits, and costs of compliance
K Kao, E Lust, B Dulani, KE Ferree, AS Harris, E Metheney
World development 137, 105167, 2021
Taking to the streets: Protest as an expression of political preference in Africa
AS Harris, E Hern
Comparative Political Studies 52 (8), 1169-1199, 2019
The economic roots of anti-immigrant prejudice in the global south: Evidence from South Africa
AS Harris, MG Findley, DL Nielson, KL Noyes
Political Research Quarterly 71 (1), 228-241, 2018
Oiling the bureaucracy? political spending, bureaucrats and the resource curse
AS Harris, R Sigman, JH Meyer-Sahling, KS Mikkelsen, C Schuster
World Development 127, 104745, 2020
Stigma, Trust, and procedural integrity: Covid-19 testing in Malawi
KE Ferree, AS Harris, B Dulani, K Kao, E Lust, E Metheney
World development 141, 105351, 2021
Electoral preferences among multiethnic voters in Africa
B Dulani, AS Harris, J Horowitz, H Kayuni
Comparative Political Studies 54 (2), 280-311, 2021
At the borders of identity: identity construction and racial bloc voting
AS Harris
Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics 5 (2), 326-355, 2020
Experimental evidence from uganda, south africa, and the united states on ethnic identification and ethnic deception
A Harris, DL Nielson, L Medina, W Berlin, CBM Correia, MG Findley, ...
Prepared for the APSA Annual Conference, Boston, 2018
Elections in the time of covid-19: the triple crises around Malawi’s 2020 presidential elections
B Dulani, A Harris, E Lust, K Ferree, K Kao, C Ahsan Jansson, ...
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 31 (sup1), 56-68, 2021
Information, accountability and perceptions of public sector programme success: A conjoint experiment among bureaucrats in Africa
A Harris, B Seim, R Sigman
Development Policy Review 38 (5), 594-612, 2020
Do Bureaucrats Contribute to the Resource Curse? Evidence from a Survey Experiment in New Oil States
R Sigman, AS Harris, JH Meyer-Sahling, KS Mikkelsen, C Schuster
The Journal of Development Studies, 1-17, 2022
Activating the" Big Man": Social Status, Patronage Networks and Pro-Social Behavior in African Bureaucracies
AS Harris, JH Meyer-Sahling, K Sass Mikkelsen
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 2022
Toward Performance-based Politics: Swing Voters in South Africa’s 2016 Local Elections
AS Harris
Politikon 47 (2), 196-214, 2020
Civil service management practices for a more motivated, committed and ethical public service in Uganda
A Harris, C Schuster, J Meyer-Sahling, KS Mikkelsen
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