Books

Lust, Ellen (Ed.). (2016). The Middle East. 14th Edition. Washington D.C.: CQ Press.

Lust, Ellen (Ed.). (2020). The Middle East. 15th Edition. Washington D.C.: CQ Press.

Grimm, Jannis; Koehler, Kevin; Lust, Ellen; Saliba, Ilyas; and Schierenbeck, Isabell. (2020). Safer Research in the Social Sciences: A Systematic Handbook for Human and Digital Security. London: SAGE Publications Inc.

 

Articles and Other Publications

Articles

Ahram, Ariel I. and Lust, Ellen. (2016). "The decline and fall of the Arab state," Survival, 58(2), pp. 7-34.

Benstead, Lindsay J. (2019). "Do Female Local Councilors Improve Women’s Representation?" The Journal of the Middle East and Africa, 10(2), pp. 1-25.

Benstead, Lindsay J. (2020). “Conceptualizing and Measuring Patriarchy: The Importance of Feminist Theory,” Mediterranean Politics

Benstead, Lindsay J.; Kao, Kristen; Landry, Pierre F.; Lust, Ellen and Malouche, Dhafer. (2017). "Using tablet computers to implement surveys in challenging environments." Survey Practice, 10:2, 1-9.

Benstead, Lindsay; Kao, Kristen and Lust, Ellen. (2020). "Does it Matter What Observers Say? The Impact of International Election Monitoring on Legitimacy," Mediterranean Politics

Bussmann, Margit and Nickel, Sebastian. (2018). “Transnational cooperation: a network analysis of town twinning in the Baltic Sea region,” Journal of Baltic Studies, 49(3), pp. 281-303.

Carlitz, Ruth D. (2017) "Money flows, water trickles: understanding patterns of decentralized water provision in Tanzania," World Development, 93, pp. 16-30.

Carlitz, Ruth D. and Mechkova, Valeriya. (2020). “Gendered accountability: when and why do women’s policy priorities get implemented?” European Political Science Review, pp. 1-19.

Chirwa, Gowokani Chijere, Boniface Dulani, Lonjezo Sithole, Joseph Chunga, Witness Alfonso, and John Tengatenga. (2021). "Malawi at the Crossroads: Does the Fear of Contracting COVID-19 Affect the Propensity to Vote?" European Journal of Development Research. Read.

Clark, Janine A.; Dalmasso, Emanuela and Lust, Ellen. (2019). “Not the only game in towns: explaining changes in municipal councils in post-revolutionary Tunisia,” Democratization, pp. 1-20

Dulani, Boniface; Harris, Adam S.; Horowitz, Jeremy, and Kayuni, Happy. (2020). "Electoral Preferences Among Multiethnic Voters in Africa," Comparative Political Studies.

Dulani, Boniface; Harris, Adam; Lust, Ellen; Ferree, Karen E.; Kao, Kristen; Jansson, Cecilia Ahsan; and Metheney, Erica Ann. (Forthcoming). "Elections in the Time of Covid-19: The Triple Crises Around Malawi’s 2020 Presidential Elections," Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties.

Eder, Mine and Özlem, Öz. (2017). "Spatialities of contentious politics: the case of Istanbul’s Beşiktaş neighborhood, çArşı football fandom and Gezi," Political Geography, 61, pp. 57-66.

Ferree, Karen E.; Harris, Adam; Dulani, Boniface; Lust, Ellen; Kao, Kristen and Metheney, Erica. (2021). “Stigma, Trust, and Procedural Integrity: Covid-19 Testing in Malawi,” World Development

Ferree, Karen E., Clark C. Gibson, and James D. Long. (2021). "Mixed records, complexity, and ethnic voting in African elections," World Development 

Hassan, Mazen and Shalaby, Marwa. (2019). "Drivers of tolerance in post-Arab spring Egypt: religious, economic, or government endorsements?" Political Research Quarterly, 72(2), pp. 293-308.

Irgil, Ezgi. (2020). “Broadening the positionality in migration studies: assigned insider category,” Migrations Studies.

Jöst, Prisca. (2020). "Unemployed mobilization without organization. Grievances and group solidarity of the unemployed in Tunisia," Mobilization. An International Quarterly 25(2), pp. 265-283. 

Kao, Kristen;  Lust, Ellen; Dulani, Boniface; Ferree, Karen E.; Harris, Adam and Metheney, Erica. (2020). “The ABCs of Covid-19 prevention in Malawi: authority, benefits, and costs of compliance,” World Development

Kao, Kristen, and Benstead, Lindsay J. (2020) "Female electability in the Arab world: the advantages of intersectionality," Comparative Politics.

Kao, Kristen, and Benstead, Lindsay J. (Forthcoming). “The importance of intersectionality: gender, Islamism, and ethnicity in elections,” Comparative Politics.

Lueders, Hans, and Lust, Ellen. (2018). "Multiple measurements, elusive agreement, and unstable outcomes in the study of regime change," The Journal of Politics, 80(2), pp. 736-741.

Lust, Ellen. (2018) "Layered authority and social institutions: reconsidering state-centric theory and development policy," International Journal of Middle East Studies, 50(2), pp. 333-336.

Lust, Ellen and El-Mahdi, Rabab. (2018). "Reevaluating the nation-state introduction," International Journal of Middle East Studies, 50(2), pp. 315-316.

Lust, Ellen and Rakner, Lise. (2018). "The other side of taxation: extraction and social institutions in the developing world," Annual Review of Political Science, 21(1), pp. 277-294.

Lührmann, Anna; Marquardt, Kyle and Mechkova, Valeriya. (2020). “Constraining governments: new indices of vertical, horizontal, and diagonal accountability,” American Political Science Review, 114(3), pp. 811-820.

Muriaas, Ragnhild L.; Wang, Vibeke; Benstead, Lindsay J.; Dulani, Boniface and Rakner, Lise. (2018). "Why the gender of traditional authorities matters: intersectionality and women’s rights advocacy in Malawi," Comparative Political Studies

Pellicer, Miquel; Wegner, Eva, Benstead, Lindsay J., and Lust, Ellen. (2021). "Poor people’s beliefs and the dynamics of clientelism," Journal of Theoretical Politics

Waldner, David and Lust, Ellen. (2018). "Unwelcome change: coming to terms with democratic backsliding," Annual Review of Political Science, 21, pp. 93-113.

Xezonakis, Georgios and Hartmann, Felix. (2020). “Economic downturns and the Greek referendum of 2015: evidence using night-time light data,” European Union Politics, 21(3), pp. 361-382. 

   

Other Publications

American Political Science Association - Comparative Democratization. (2018). “Expectations, responsiveness, and electoral accountability,” APSA Annals of Comparative Democratization Newsletter, 16(1). Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1350/apsa-20181.pdf 

Arias, Eric. (2018) “Promises and perils of informational interventions for electoral accountability” in “Expectations, responsiveness, and electoral accountability” APSA Comparative Democratization Newsletter, 16(1).

Benstead, Lindsay J. (2019). “In Tunisia, more women in office can make all the difference," The Washington Post Monkey Cage, July 6. 

Benstead, Lindsay; Muriaas, Ragnhild and Wang, Vibeke. (2018). “Do donor endorsements help or hurt?” GLD Blog, September 19. Available at: http://gld.gu.se/en/publications-and-data/blog/do-donor-endorsements-help-or-hurt/ 

Bergh, Sylvia, and Shalaby, Marwa. 2020. "Power to the people? The right to information law in Morocco," Carnegie SADA, 30 September.

Carlitz, Ruth. (2017). “Identifying and overcoming binding constraints to rural water services for the B40 in Tanzania,” WASH Poverty Diagnostic commissioned by the World Bank. June 2017.

Carlitz, Ruth. (2018). “Which citizens? Which services? Unpacking demand for improved health, education, roads, water etc.,” Oxfamblogs, March 16. Available at: https://oxfamblogs.org/fp2p/which-citizens-which-services-unpacking-demand-for-improved-public-service-delivery/ 

Carlitz, Ruth and Boex, Jamie. (2017). “Decentralization and the delivery of water and sanitation services in Tanzania,” World Bank Water Global Practice and Governance Global Practice

Carlitz, Ruth; Harris, Adam; Kao, Kristen; Landry, Pierre; Lust, Ellen and Rakner, Lise. (2017). “Beyond the State: Measuring Governance at the Community Level,” APSA Comparative Democratization Newsletter, 17(2), pp. 26–29. 

Dahlum, Sirianne, Knutsen, Carl Henrik and Mechovka, Valeriya. (2020). “Female empowerment and economic growth,” Varieties of Democracy Institute Working Paper No. 103, University of Gothenburg.

Dulani, Boniface; Harris, Adam S.; Horowitz, Jeremy, and Kayuni, Happy. (Forthcoming). “Inter-marriage, ethnic mixing, and ethnic voting in Africa,” Comparative Political Studies

Ferree, Karen. (2018). “Accountability and the challenges of performance voting in Africa,” APSA Comparative Democratization Newsletter, 16(1), pp. 16-21.

Findley Michael G.; Harris, Adam S.; Milner, Helen V. and Nielson, Daniel. (2016). "Elite and mass support for foreign aid versus government programs: experimental evidence from Uganda," AIDDATA, Working Paper no. 23. 

Harris, Adam; Kao, Kristen and Lust, Ellen. (2018). “The determinants of local and national vote choice: evidence from a conjoint experiment,” APSA Comparative Democratization Newsletter, 16(1), pp. 22-26.

Irgil, Ezbi; Ustubici, A. and Cöbek, G. (2020). "Mekanla Pazarlık: Avrupalı Göcmenlerin Turkiye’deki Refah ve Ayrıcalık Deneyimleri," Alternatif Politika 12(3). 

Irgil, Ezgi and Mukayed, Zahed. (2020). "Case Report: Carsamba, Bursa, Turkey – Integration Concerns of Parents about Syrian Children," Refugees in Towns, Feinstein International Center at Tufts University. 

Kao, Kristen and Karmel, Ezra J. (2020). “The pandemic compromised Jordan’s parliamentary elections,” The Washington Post Monkey Cage, November 20. 

Kao, Kristen and Lust, Ellen. (2017). “Why did the Arab uprisings turn out as they did? A survey of the literature,” POMED Snapshot Series, August 2017.

Kao, Kristen and Revkin, Mara. (2019). "How the Iraqi crackdown on the Islamic State may actually increase support for the Islamic State," The Washington Post Monkey Cage.  

Lust, Ellen and Waldner, David. (2020). "Democracy promotion in an age of democratic backsliding," Democracy and Autocracy, 18(1), pp. 16-22.

Mechkova, Valeriya and Wilson, Steven. (2019). “Does gender still matter for politics? The case of the 2018 U.S. elections on Twitter,” Digital Society Project Working Paper No. 2.

Muriaas, Ragnhild L.; Wang, Vibeke; Benstead, Lindsay; Dulani, Boniface and Rakner, Lise. (2018). “Why campaigns to stop child marriage can backfire,” The Washington Post Monkey Cage, December 13. 

Project on Middle East Political Science and the Program on Governance and Local Development at the University of Gothenburg. (2017) “Islam in a changing Middle East: local politics and Islamist movements,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper, 13. Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1297/islam-in-a-changing-middle-east.pdf 

Schiumerini, Luis. (2018). “Incumbency effects and democratic accountability in the developing world,” APSA Comparative Democratization Newsletter, 16(1), pp. 12-15.

Shalaby, Marwa. (2020). “Introducing a new dataset on legislators’ activities in Arab parliaments,” APSA-The Legislative Scholar, 4, 1, Winter 2020.

Tannenberg, Marcus; Bernhard, Michael; Gerschewski, Johannes; Lührmann, Anna and Von Soest, Christian. (2019). “Regime Legitimisation Strategies (RLS) 1900-2018,” Varieties of Democracy Institute Working Paper No. 86, University of Gothenburg.

Tannenberg, Marcus. (2019). “Autocratic aid and democratic attitudes,” APSA Annals of Comparative Democratisation, 17(2).

     

Book Chapters

Benstead, Lindsay J. (2021). “Taking One for the Team: Islamist Parties and Women’s Representation in Morocco,”MelaniCammett and Pauline Jones Luong (eds.) Oxford Handbook on Politics in Muslim Societies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 

Benstead, Lindsay. J. and Lust, Ellen. (2018). "Why do some voters prefer female candidates? The role of perceived incorruptibility in Arab elections." in Stensöta, Helena and Wängnerud, Lena (eds.) Gender and Corruption. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 83-104.

Dulani, Boniface, Lindsay Benstead, Ragnhild L.Muriaas, and Vibeke Wang. (Forthcoming). “Does Gender Matter in Evaluations of Chiefs’ Performance?” Kim Dionne andAsiyatiChiweza(eds.),Traditional Governance in Malawi. 

Jöst, Prisca and Vatthauer, Jan-Philipp. (2020). “Socioeconomic contention in post-2011 Egypt and Tunisia: a comparison” in Weipert-Fenner, Irene and Wolff, Jonas (eds.) Socioeconomic Protests in MENA and Latin America. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 71-103. 

Kao, Kristen; Lust, Ellen and Okar, Gibran. (2021). “Historical legacies, social cleavages, and support for political Islam.” In Cammett, Melani and Jones, Pauline (eds.) The Oxford university press handbook on politics of Muslim societies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 

Lust, Ellen and Waldner, David. (2016). “Parties in transitional democracies: authoritarian legacies and post-authoritarian challenges in the Middle East and North Africa.” In Bermeo, Nancy and Yashar, Deborah J. (eds.) Parties, movements and democracy in the developing world. Cambridge: University Press, pp. 157-89.

Shalaby, Marwa and Elimam, Laila. (2020). “Examining female membership and leadership of legislative committees in Jordan.” In Dahlerup, Drude and Darhour, Hanane (eds.) Double-edged politics on women’s rights in the MENA region. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 231-255. 

Shalaby, Marwa. (2019). “Toward understanding the link between good governance and support for female politicians in the Arab World.” In Kubbe, Ina and Varriach, Aiysha (eds.) The politics of corruption in the Middle East and North Africa. London: Routledge.

Shalaby, Marwa and Marnicio, Ariana. (2020). “Women’s political participation in Bahrain.” In Stephan, Rita and Charrad, Mounira M. (eds.) Women rising: resistance, revolution, and reform in the Arab spring and beyond. New York: University Press.

 

Working Papers

Abouassi, Khaldoun and Trent, Deborah L. (2016). “NGO accountability from an NGO perspective: their perceptions, strategies, and practices,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 4, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1013/wp4-new-full.pdf 

Ahram, Ariel. (2015). “War-making, state-making, and non-state power in Iraq,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 01, Yale University, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1347/ariel_war-makingfinal.pdf 

Alaref, Jumana; Lueders, Hans and Lust, Ellen. (2016). “We don’t need no education: resource endowments and the demand for social service provision,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 08, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1123/gld-wp8.pdf 

Arat, Yeşim. (2019). “Beyond the democratic paradox: the decline of democracy in Turkey,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 21, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1544/gld-wp-21-final.pdf 

Bazcko, Adam; Dorronsoro, Gilles; Quesnay, Arthur; and Youseef, Maaï. (2016). “The rationality of an eschatological movement: the Islamist state in Iraq and Syria,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 07, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1122/gld-wp7.pdf 

Benstead, Lindsay. (2019) “Do female local councilors improve women’s representation?” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 25, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1593/gld-wp25-final.pdf

Benstead, Lindsay; Kao, Kristen; Landry, Pierre F.; Lust, Ellen; and Malouche, Dhafer. (2015). “Use of tablet computers to implement the Local Governance Performance Index (LGPI) in Tunisia,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 06, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1014/wp6-new-full.pdf 

Benstead, Lindsay J.; Muriaas, Ragnhild L. and Wang, Vibeke. (2018). “Donor endorsements help or hurt?” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 16, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1399/wp16final.pdf 

Bozçağa, Tuğba. (2020). “The social bureaucrat: how social proximity among bureaucrats affects local governance,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 35, University of Gothenburg, Available At: gld.gu.se/media/1963/gld-working-paper-35.pdf

Brooke, Steven and Monica C. Komer. (2021).How Gender and Local State Capacity Shape Citizens’ Use of the Mosque.The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 37, University of Gothenburg, Available At:http://gld.gu.se/media/2025/gld-working-paper-37.pdf    

Clark, Janine. (2015). “The 2009 communal charter and local service delivery in Morocco,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 02, Yale University, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1345/janineclark-acknowledgements-included-233fh0l.pdf 

Clark, Janine; Dalmasso, Emanuela and Lust, Ellen. (2017). “Not the only game in town: local-level representation in transitions,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 15, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1400/lust-dalmasso-clark-final.pdf 

Dulani, Boniface; Rakner, Lisa; Benstead, Lindsay and Wang, Vibeke. (2020). “Do women face a different standard? The gender and corruption factors in the 2014 presidential elections in Malawi,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 27, University of Gothenburg, Available At: https://gld.gu.se/media/1634/gld-working-paper-27-final.pdf

Esaiasson, Peter and Sohlberg, Jacob. (2020). “Caulking the social fabric: how national and local identities promotes pro-social attitudes in European diverse and disadvantaged neighborhoods,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 29, University of Gothenburg, Available At: https://gld.gu.se/media/1693/gld-working-paper-29-final.pdf

Ferree, Karen E. (2020) “Choice and choice set in African elections,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 28, University of Gothenburg, Available At: https://gld.gu.se/media/1689/gld-working-paper-28-final.pdf

Ferree, Karen E.; Gibson, Clark C. and Long, James D. (2020). “Mixed records, cognitive complexity, and ethnic voting in African elections,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 33, University of Gothenburg, Available At: https://gld.gu.se/media/1876/gld-working-paper-33.pdf

Ferree, Karen E.; Kao, Kristen; Dulani, Boniface; Harris, Adam S.; Lust, Ellen; Ahsan Jansson, Cecilia and Metheney, Erica. (2020). “Disease threat, stereotypes, and Covid–19: an early view from Malawi and Zambia,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 36, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/2009/gld-working-paper-36.pdf

Harris, Adam S. (2018). “Moving from race- to performance-based politics: swing voters in South Africa’s 2016 local elections,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 18, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1519/harris-wp-18-final-v2.pdf 

Harris, Adam; Kao, Kristen; Lust, Ellen; Ewald, Jens and Holmgren, Petter. (2017). “Governance and service delivery in the Middle East and North Africa,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 10, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1215/governance-in-service-delivery-in-the-middle-east-and-north-africa.pdf 

Hughes, Geoffrey. (2019). “Tribes without Sheikhs? Technological change, media liberalization, and authority in networked Jordan,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 24, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1556/wp23final.pdf 

Kao, Kristen, and Benstead, Lindsay J. (2019). “The Importance of intersectionality: gender, Islamism, and tribalism in elections,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 23, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1546/gld-wp-23-final.pdf 

Kao, Kristen; Lust, Ellen and Rakner, Lise. (2017). Money machine: do the poor demand clientelism?” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 14, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1310/kao-lust-rakner-money-machine-final.pdf 

Kao, Kristen and Revkin, Mara Redlich. (2018). “To punish or to pardon?” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 17, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1503/gld-working-paper-17-final.pdf 

Kherigi, Intissar. (2021). "Municipal Boundaries and the Politics of Space in Tunisia," The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 38, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/2032/gld-working-paper-38.pdf.  

Lust, Ellen; Kao, Kristen; Weiss, Chagai; Shalaby, Marwa; Vollmann, Erik; Bergh, Sylvia I.; Karmel, Ezra; Bohn, Miriam; Kherigi, Intissar and Kadirbeyoglu, Zeynep. (2020). “The dynamics of decentralization in the MENA: processes, outcomes, and obstacles,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 31, University of Gothenburg, Available At: https://gld.gu.se/media/1736/gld-working-paper-31.pdf

Marschall, Melissa, and Unal, Saadet Konak. (2021). "Media Bias, Kurdish Repression, and the Dismantling of Local Democracy in Turkey." The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 39, University of Gothenburg, Available At: https://gld.gu.se/media/2053/gld-working-paper-39.pdf

Mousa, Salma. (2019). “Building tolerance: intergroup contact and soccer in post-ISIS Iraq,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 26, University of Gothenburg. Available At: https://gld.gu.se/media/1631/gld-working-paper-26-final.pdf

Muriaas, Ragnhild; Wang, Vibeke; Benstead, Lindsay J.; Dulani, Boniface; and Rakner, Lise. (2017). “It takes a female chief: gender and effective policy advocacy in Malawi.” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 11, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1271/wp11-final.pdf 

Pellicer, Miquel; Wegner, Eva; Benstead, Lindsay J.; and Lust, Ellen (2017) “Poor people’s beliefs and the dynamics of clientelism,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 12, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1295/clientelism.pdf. Also available in The Journal of Theoretical Politics

Revkin, Mara. (2016) “Does the Islamic state have a “social contract? Evidence from Iraq and Syria,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 09, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1133/gld-wp9.pdf 

Revkin, Mara. (2015). “Legal pluralism in North Sinai: mapping the rise of non-state Islamic courts,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 03, Yale University, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1343/mararevkin_isedits.pdf 

Sosnowski, Marika. (2019). “Ceasefires as state-Building,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 22, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1541/gld-wp-22-final.pdf 

Stel, Nora. (2015). “Facilitating facts on the ground: ’the politics of uncertainty' and the governance of housing, land, and tenure in the Palestinian gathering of Qasmiye, South Lebanon,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 05, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1015/wp5-new-full.pdf 

Thissen, Paul. (2019). “Legacy institutions and political order in weak states: evidence from Chad,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 20, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1534/gld-wp-20-final.pdf

Urinboyev, Rustamjon. (2019). “Everyday corruption and social norms in Post-Soviet Uzbekistan,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 19, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1527/gld-wp-19-final.pdf

van Baalen, Sebastian. (2020). “Reconceptualizing rebel rule: the responsiveness of rebel governance in Man, Côte D’Ivoire,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 34, University of Gothenburg. Available At: https://gld.gu.se/media/1926/gld-working-paper-34.pdf

Worrall, James. (2020). “Power and process: decentralisation in Oman,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 32, University of Gothenburg, Available At: https://gld.gu.se/media/1861/gld-working-paper-32.pdf

Yasun, Salih. (2020). “Bureaucrat-local politician linkages and hierarchical local governance in emerging democracies: a case study of Tunisia,” The Program on Governance and Local Development Working Paper No. 30, University of Gothenburg, Available At: https://gld.gu.se/media/1724/gld-working-paper-30.pdf

 

Reports

Ahsan Jansson, Cecilia; Metheney, Erica; Lust, Ellen; Hinfelaar, Marja; Dulani, Boniface; Ferree, Karen; Harris, Adam and Kao, Kristen. (2020). “Covid-19 fears” The first GLD-SAIPAR Covid19 survey in Zambia. www.gu.se. Available here

Ahsan Jansson, Cecilia; Metheney, Erica; Lust, Ellen; Hinfelaar, Marja; Dulani, Boniface; Ferree, Karen; Harris, Adam and Kao, Kristen. (2020). “Covid-19: trust in authorities.” The First GLD-SAIPAR Covid-19 Survey in Zambia. www.gu.se. Available here

Ahsan Jansson, Cecilia; Metheney, Erica; Lust, Ellen; Hinfelaar, Marja; Dulani, Boniface; Ferree, Karen; Harris, Adam and Kao, Kristen (2020). “Covid-19: response to illness.” The First GLD-SAIPAR Covid-19 Survey in Zambia. www.gu.se. Available here.    

Ahsan Jansson, Cecilia; Metheney, Erica; Lust, Ellen; Hinfelaar, Marja; Dulani, Boniface; Ferree, Karen; Harris, Adam and Kao, Kristen (2020). “Covid-19: precautionary behavior.” The First GLD-SAIPAR Covid-19 Survey in Zambia. www.gu.se. Available here

Ahsan Jansson, Cecilia; Metheney, Erica; Lust, Ellen; Hinfelaar, Marja; Dulani, Boniface; Ferree, Karen; Harris, Adam and Kao, Kristen Kao (2020). “Covid-19: economic impact.” The First GLD-SAIPAR Covid-19 Survey in Zambia. www.gu.se. Available here

Ahsan Jansson, Cecilia; Metheney, Erica; Lust, Ellen; Hinfelaar, Marja; Dulani, Boniface; Ferree, Karen; Harris, Adam and Kao, Kristen Kao (2020). “Covid-19: vulnerabilities and aid.” The First GLD-SAIPAR Covid-19 Survey in Zambia. www.gu.se. Available here

Ahsan Jansson, Cecilia; Metheney, Erica; Lust, Ellen; Hinfelaar, Marja; Dulani, Boniface; Ferree, Karen; Harris, Adam and Kao, Kristen Kao (2020). “Covid-19: community restrictions.” The First GLD-SAIPAR Covid-19 Survey in Zambia. www.gu.se. Available here.

Ahsan Jansson, Cecilia; Bergman, Jennifer; Hinfelaar, Marja; Lust, Ellen; Metheney, Erica; 2021. “Life Changes and Fears.” Drawing on data from: Lust, Ellen (PI); Ahsan Jansson, Cecilia; Hinfelaar, Marja; Metheney, Erica. “The Second GLD-SAIPAR Covid-19 Survey in Zambia.“ The Program on Governance and Local Development, University of Gothenburg: 2020. www.gu.se. Available here.

Ahsan Jansson, Cecilia; Bergman, Jennifer; Hinfelaar, Marja; Lust, Ellen; Metheney, Erica; 2021. “Community Restrictions.” Drawing on data from: Lust, Ellen (PI); Ahsan Jansson, Cecilia; Hinfelaar, Marja; Metheney, Erica. “The Second GLD-SAIPAR Covid-19 Survey in Zambia.“ The Program on Governance and Local Development, University of Gothenburg: 2020. www.gu.se. Available here

Ahsan Jansson, Cecilia; Bergman, Jennifer; Hinfelaar, Marja; Lust, Ellen; Metheney, Erica; 2021. “Needs and Assistance.” Drawing on data from: Lust, Ellen (PI); Ahsan Jansson, Cecilia; Hinfelaar, Marja; Metheney, Erica. “The Second GLD-SAIPAR Covid-19 Survey in Zambia.“ The Program on Governance and Local Development, University of Gothenburg: 2020. www.gld.gu.se. Available here.
   
Ahsan Jansson, Cecilia; Bergman, Jennifer; Hinfelaar, Marja; Lust, Ellen; Metheney, Erica; 2021. “Social Challenges
to Covid-19 Precautions.” Drawing on data from: Lust, Ellen (PI); Ahsan Jansson, Cecilia; Hinfelaar, Marja; Metheney, Erica. “The Second GLD-SAIPAR Covid-19 Survey in Zambia. “The Program on Governance and Local Development, University of Gothenburg: 2020. www.gld.gu.se. Available here
   
Metheney, Erica; Lust, Ellen and Dulani, Boniface. (2020). “Covid-19 Vulnerabilities.” 2020, data drawn from Lust, Ellen (PI); Dulani, Boniface; Harris, Adam; Ferree, Karen; Kao, Kristen; Metheney, Erica. The First GLD-IPOR Covid-19 Survey in Malawi. www.gu.se. Available here.
   
Metheney, Erica; Lust, Ellen and Dulani, Boniface. (2020). “Covid-19 Fears.” 2020, data drawn from Lust, Ellen (PI); Dulani, Boniface; Harris, Adam; Ferree, Karen; Kao, Kristen; Metheney, Erica. The First GLD-IPOR Covid-19 Survey in Malawi. www.gu.se. Available here

Metheney, Erica; Lust, Ellen and Dulani, Boniface. (2020). “Covid-19 trust in authorities.” 2020, data drawn from Lust, Ellen (PI); Dulani, Boniface; Harris, Adam; Ferree, Karen; Kao, Kristen; Metheney, Erica. The First GLD-IPOR Covid-19 Survey in Malawi. www.gu.se. Available here

Metheney, Erica; Lust, Ellen and Dulani, Boniface. (2020). “Covid-19 response to illness.” 2020, data drawn from Lust, Ellen (PI); Dulani, Boniface; Harris, Adam; Ferree, Karen; Kao, Kristen; Metheney, Erica. The First GLD-IPOR Covid-19 Survey in Malawi. www.gu.se. Available here

Metheney, Erica; Lust, Ellen and Dulani, Boniface. (2020). “Covid-19 Social Reactions.” 2020, data drawn from Lust, Ellen (PI); Dulani, Boniface; Harris, Adam; Ferree, Karen; Kao, Kristen; Metheney, Erica. The First GLD-IPOR Covid-19 Survey in Malawi. www.gu.se. Available here.  

Metheney, Erica; Lust, Ellen and Dulani, Boniface. (2020). “Covid-19 economic impact.” 2020, data drawn from Lust, Ellen (PI); Dulani, Boniface; Harris, Adam; Ferree, Karen; Kao, Kristen; Metheney, Erica. The First GLD-IPOR Covid-19 Survey in Malawi. www.gu.se. Available here

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The Program on Governance and Local Development. (2015). LGPI Report, Series 2015:3 University of Gothenburg and Yale University, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1107/lgpi-report-eng.pdf

The Program on Governance and Local Development. (2015). “The tunisian local governance performance index: selected findings on education.” Series 2015:1, University of Gothenburg and Yale University, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1108/report-education_eng.pdf

The Program on Governance and Local Development. (2016). “The Tunisian LGPI: selected findings on gender.” Series 2016:2, University of Gothenburg and Yale University, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1173/tunisia-gender-final.pdf

The Program on Governance and Local Development. (2016). “The Tunisian LGPI: selected findings on political participation.” Series 2016:3, University of Gothenburg and Yale University, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1150/tunisia-political-participation-report.pdf

The Program on Governance and Local Development. (2017). “The Tunisian LGPI: selected findings on health.” Series 2017:3, University of Gothenburg and Yale University, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1253/tunisia-lgpi-health-report.pdf

The Program on Governance and Local Development; IPOR. (2016). “The LGPI in Malawi: selected findings on livelihood.” Series 2016:5, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1287/livelihood-report-malawi-final.pdf

The Program on Governance and Local Development; IPOR. (2016). “The LGPI in Malawi: selected findings on land.” Series 2016:4, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1256/report-lgpi-land-malawi.pdf

The Program on Governance and Local Development; IPOR. (2016). “The LGPI in Malawi: selected findings on education.” Series 2016:6, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1171/education-report-malawi.pdf

The Program on Governance and Local Development; IPOR. (2016). “The LGPI in Malawi: selected findings on health.” Series 2016:7, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1170/health-report-malawi.pdf

The Program on Governance and Local Development; IPOR. (2017). “The LGPI in Malawi: selected findings from 15 districts.” Series 2017:1, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1288/malawidistrictsbriefs-fina.pdf

The Program on Governance and Local Development; IPOR (2017) “The LGPI in Malawi: selected findings on gender.” Series 2017:2, University of Gothenburg, Available At: http://gld.gu.se/media/1219/malawigenderreport-full-final.pdf

 

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