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John Marshall
John Marshall
Associate Professor of Political Science, Columbia University
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Parties, Brokers and Voter Mobilization: How Turnout Buying Depends Upon the Party’s Capacity to Monitor Brokers
H Larreguy, J Marshall, P Querubín
American Political Science Review 110 (1), 160-179, 2016
259*2016
Deliberate disengagement: How education can decrease political participation in electoral authoritarian regimes
K Croke, G Grossman, H Larreguy, J Marshall
American Political Science Review 110 (3), 579-600, 2016
2472016
Publicizing malfeasance: How local media facilitates electoral sanctioning of Mayors in Mexico
H Larreguy, J Marshall, JM Snyder
Economic Journal 130 (631), 2291-2327, 2020
206*2020
Education and anti-immigrant attitudes: Evidence from compulsory schooling reforms across Western Europe
C Cavaille, J Marshall
American Political Science Review 113 (1), 254-263, 2019
1842019
Credible sources and sophisticated voters: When does new information induce economic voting?
JE Alt, DD Lassen, J Marshall
Journal of Politics 78 (2), 327-343, 2016
140*2016
The Effect of Education on Civic and Political Engagement in Non-Consolidated Democracies: Evidence from Nigeria
H Larreguy, J Marshall
Review of Economics and Statistics 99 (3), 387-401, 2017
125*2017
Voter information campaigns and political accountability: Cumulative findings from a preregistered meta-analysis of coordinated trials
T Dunning, G Grossman, M Humphreys, SD Hyde, C McIntosh, G Nellis, ...
Science Advances 5 (7), eaaw2612, 2019
1212019
Priors rule: When do malfeasance revelations help or hurt incumbent parties?
E Arias, H Larreguy, J Marshall, P Querubin
Journal of the European Economic Association 20 (4), 1433-1477, 2022
105*2022
Leveling the playing field: How campaign advertising can help non-dominant parties
H Larreguy, J Marshall, JM Snyder
Journal of the European Economic Association 16 (6), 1812-1849, 2018
89*2018
The financial crisis in the US: key events, causes and responses
J Marshall
House of Commons Library Standard Note, 2009
882009
Information Provision, Voter Coordination, and Electoral Accountability: Evidence from Mexican Social Networks
E Arias, P Balan, H Larreguy, J Marshall, P Querubin
American Political Science Review 113 (2), 475-498, 2019
71*2019
Breaking clientelism or rewarding incumbents: Evidence from an urban titling program in Mexico
H Larreguy, J Marshall, L Trucco
68*2015
Can close election regression discontinuity designs identify effects of winning politician characteristics?
J Marshall
American Journal of Political Science, 2022
662022
Coarsening Bias: How Coarse Treatment Measurement Upwardly Biases Instrumental Variable Estimates
J Marshall
Political Analysis 24 (2), 157-171, 2016
56*2016
Tuning in, voting out: News consumption cycles, homicides, and electoral accountability in Mexico
J Marshall
53*2019
Education and Voting Conservative: Evidence from a Major Schooling Reform in Great Britain
J Marshall
Journal of Politics 78 (2), 382-395, 2016
512016
Compensation or Constraint? How different dimensions of economic globalization affect government spending and electoral turnout
J Marshall, SD Fisher
British Journal of Political Science 45 (2), 353-389, 2015
50*2015
The shot, the message, and the messenger: COVID-19 vaccine acceptance in Latin America
P Argote, E Barham, SZ Daly, JE Gerez, J Marshall, O Pocasangre
npj Vaccines 6 (1), 118, 2021
482021
Messages that increase COVID-19 vaccine acceptance: Evidence from online experiments in six Latin American countries
P Argote, E Barham, SZ Daly, JE Gerez, J Marshall, O Pocasangre
PLoS One 16 (10), e0259059, 2021
47*2021
Able and Mostly Willing: An Empirical Anatomy of Information's Effect on Voter‐Driven Accountability in Senegal
A Bhandari, H Larreguy, J Marshall
American Journal of Political Science 67 (4), 1040-1066, 2023
43*2023
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