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Metaketa IV: Conflict Request for Proposals                     

Brief 40: Development Assistance and Collective Action Capacity

In 2006, the UK government and the International Rescue Committee funded and implemented Community-Driven Reconstruction (CDR) projects across... Read More...

Brief 39: Attitudes Towards Risk and Illegal Behavior

First, subjects were surveyed on a variety of topics, including their main sources of income, attitudes towards the law, and whether they had ever... Read More...

Brief 38: Diminishing the Effectiveness of Vote-Buying Through Voter Education

In the lead-up to the 2014 elections, Green and Vasudevan hired an Indian agency to script and record advertisements to discourage voting for vote-... Read More...

Brief 37: Voter and Candidate Response to Political Debates

Before the 2012 parliamentary elections, the research team identified 28 constituencies with relatively competitive elections (based on previous vote... Read More...

Flora Myamba

Flora Myamba is a Researcher at REPOA in the field of social policy and social protection. She earned her doctorate in sociology at Western... Read More

Daniel Rubenson

Daniel is an Associate Professor in the Department of Politics at Ryerson University in Toronto and an affiliated researcher with the Research... Read More

Lily Tsai

Lily L. Tsai is an Associate Professor of Political Science at MIT. Her research focuses on issues of accountability, governance, and political... Read More

Cesar Zucco

Cesar Zucco Jr. is a Professor at FGV/EBAPE, a school of business and public administration in Rio de Janeiro. He specializes in Latin American... Read More