October 19, 2020 (virtual)
Why are wartime victims more politically engaged? Claim-making in Colombia
Abbey Steel, University of Amsterdam (with Marianne Dahl, Håvard Nygård, Michael Weintraub, and Helga Malmo Binningsbø)

October 7, 2020 (virtual)
Media Capture by Banks
Ruben Durante, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (with Andrea Fabiani, Jose Luis Peydro)

July 29, 2020 (virtual)
Does Political Representation Increase Participation? Evidence from Party Candidate Lotteries in Mexico
Mathias Poertner, Texas A&M University

July 22, 2020 (virtual)
Three Facets of Political Inequality: Evidence from Consultative Processes in Kampala
Manuel, Bosancianu/Ana Garcia-Hernandez/Macartan Humphreys, all WZB

July 8, 2020 (virtual)
Cascades of Violence between Immigrants and Natives: Evidence from Germany
Sascha Riaz, Harvard University (with Daniel Bischof, Markus Wagner)

June 24, 2020 (virtual)
Unequal Consequences of COVID-19 across Age and Income: Representative Evidence from Six Countries
Michèle Belot, EUI (with Syngjoo Choi, Egon Tripodi, Eline van den Broek-Altenburg, Julian C. Jamison, Nicholas W. Papageorge)

June 3, 2020 (virtual)
Accountability and Compliance during he COVID-19 Pandemic: Comparative Experimental Evidence
Michael Becher, IAS Toulouse

May 27, 2020 (virtual)
Reducing Prejudice through Descriptive Representation: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Israeli Medical Clinics
Chagai Weiss, University of Wisconsin-Madison

April 15, 2020 (virtual)
When Do Partisans Cross the Party Line?
George Kwaku Ofosu, LSE

March 11, 2020
Freedom of Movement Restrictions Do Not Affect Refugee Integration
Hanno Hilbig, Harvard University/WZB (joint with Sascha Riaz, Harvard University)

March 4, 2020
Changing Gender Norms and Attitudes through Role Models: A Field Experiment in India
Ana Garcia-Hernandez, WZB/NOVA SBE, and Janina Isabel Steinert, Technical University of Munich/Oxford University

January 22, 2020
Creating Coexistence: Intergroup Contact and Soccer in Post-ISIS Iraq
Salma Mousa, Stanford University


December 11, 2019
Economic and Political Inequality in Difficult Times: Does Austerity Amplify the Poor's External Efficacy Gap?
Christoph Nguyen, FU Berlin

November 27, 2019
Settler Colonialism and the Colonial Transition: Evidence from Papua
Lachlan McNamee, European University Institute (EUI)

November 20, 2019
Powerful or Proxies: Decision-making Influence among India's Local-level Representatives
Simon Chauchard, Leiden University (with Alyssa Heinze and Rachel Brulé)

November 13, 2019
Self-Persuasion: Evidence from Field Experiments at Two International Debating Competitions
Egon Tripodi, European University Institute (EUI)

November 6, 2019
The Politics and Ideology of Genomic Science
Jennifer Hochschild, Harvard University

October 31, 2019
Self-Enforcing Norms and Sustained Autocrats
Leah Rosenzweig, Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse (IAST)

September 25, 2019
Healthcare Delivery during Crisis: Experimental Evidence from Sierra Leone's Ebola Outbreak
Maarten Voors, Wageningen University

September 11, 2019
Secessionism, National Identity and Norm Change: Evidence from the Process of Catalan Independence
Elias Dinas, European University Institute (EUI), Florence

August 21, 2019
How Organized Crime is Organized: The Gangs of Medellin
Christopher Blattman, Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago

August 14, 2019
Does Poverty Reduce Political Participation? Evidence from the Sequencing of Bank Working Days in Germany
Max Schaub, WZB

April 10, 2019
The Effect of Violent Crime on Intrahousehold Bargaining. The Mexican Drug War
Maria Hernandez de Benito, Georgetown University

March 15, 2019
The Political Consequences of Technological Change
Aina Gallego, Institut de Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (IBEI)

March 6, 2019
Learning from Law Enforcement (joint w/ Libor Dusek)
Christian Traxler, Hertie School of Governance

February 22, 2019
International Migration and Cultural Convergence
Sulin Sardoschau, German Center for Integration and Migration Research - DeZIM

February 20, 2019
Labour Rights: It's All Our Business
Alice Evans, University of Cambridge


December 12, 2018
Powersharing in the Face of Civil War
Julian Wucherpfenning, Hertie School of Governance

July 23, 2018
Merit, Discrimination, and Democratization - An Analysis of Promotion Patterns in Indonesia's Civil Service
Jan Pierskalla, Ohio State University

July 17, 2018
Islands of Stability in Fragile States: Evidence from Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia
Michael Harsch, NYU Abu Dhabi

July 5, 2018
Reform, Representation and Resistsance: The Politics of Property Rights' Enforcement
Rachel Brulé, NYU Abu Dhabi

July 3, 2018
Experience of Inclusive Institutions and the Value of Participation: Experimental Evidence from Bangladesh (jointly organized with MC)
Serena Cocciolo, Stockholm University

June 29, 2018
Does the State Crowd Out Non-State Institutions? A field experiment on community policing and gender inequality in Papua New Guinea
Jasper Cooper, Columbia University

May 25, 2018
Voting or abstaining in managed elections: An RCT in Bangladesh
Roland Hodler, University of St. Gallen

April 4, 2018
Civil Society, Civil War: The Use and Abuse of Civilian Networks in Conflict Zones
John Porten, UC San Diego

March 26, 2018
Unemployment and Rebellion: Experimental Evidence from Zimbabwe
Anselm Rink, WZB and University of Konstanz

March 12, 2018
Anatomy of a Riot: Why Ordinary People Participate in Ethnic Violence
Alex Scacco, WZB

February 26, 2018
Extending Political Voice Games
Ana Garcia-Hernandez, NOVA SBE and WZB

February 21, 2018
Corrupt Hierarchies
Raul Sanchez de la Sierra, UC Berkeley and Harvard University

February 19, 2018
Legacies of Authoritarianism in Tunisia's First Democratic Municipal Elections: Evidence from a Candidate Survey
Julia Clark, UC San Diego

February 2, 2018
Empowering Women Through Photography. Early Research Design: A Field Experiment in Eastern DRC
Ana Garcia-Hernandez, NOVA SBE and WZB and Michael Seese, WZB

January 19, 2018
An Uphill Battle: Candidate Selection and Political Accountability in Africa
Shana Warren, New York University

January 10, 2018
When Will Politicians Experiment with Public Goods? A Theory of Public Goods Provision under Uncertainty about Politician Competence and Bureaucratic Capacity
Anna-Maria Wilke, Columbia University


December 7, 2017
The Efficacy of External Monitoring: Evidence from a Field Experiment to Combat Prolonged Pre-Trial Detention in Haiti
Tara Lyn Slough, Columbia University

November 27, 2017
Community Relations in the Aftermath of Violence: Evidence from the 2010 Riots in Osh, Kyrgyzstan (joint work with Krzysztof Krakowski and Anselm Rink)
Max Schaub, Bocconi University and WZB

November 10, 2017
The Effects of Targeting on Resource Allocation: Distributor, Community and Third-Party Effects
Camille Strauss-Kahn, Columbia University

November 7, 2017
Political Voice and Economic Inequality across Nations and Time: Project Overview
Joshua Dubrow, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw

November 3, 2017
What Motivates Political Activism? Evidence from a Natural Field Experiment
Anselm Rink, University of Konstanz and WZB

October 16, 2017
National Policies, Local Politics, and Citizenship Acquisition: The Role of Elected Officials in Germany
Ruth Ditlmann, WZB (together with Jeyhun Alizade and Rafaela Dancygier)