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Tanushree Goyal
Tanushree Goyal
Assistant Professor, Politics, Princeton University
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Representation from below: How women’s grassroots party activism promotes equal political participation
T Goyal
American Political Science Review, 1-16, 2023
32*2023
Local female representation as a pathway to power: A natural experiment in India
T Goyal
SSRN, 2020
22*2020
Do citizens enforce accountability for public goods provision? Evidence from India’s rural roads program
T Goyal
18*2019
Descriptive Representation and Party Building: Evidence from Municipal Governments in Brazil
T GOYAL, C SELLS
American Political Science Review, 1-16, 2023
7*2023
Not my role model: How gender norms overturn symbolic effects
T Goyal
Available at SSRN 4023697, 2020
52020
Is Ethnic Violence Self-Perpetuating? Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Hindu-Muslim Riots in India
S van Noort, T Goyal
Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Hindu-Muslim Riots in India (April 20, 2020), 2020
42020
Information, Attribution, and Candidate Selection: Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Ghana
R Harding, T Goyal
OSF, 2019
12019
Party activists, loyalty, and candidate selection
T Goyal
OSF, 2023
2023
Does local leadership lower bias in law enforcement? Evidence from experiments with India’s rural politicians
T Goyal, S van Noort, M Ahrenshop
Evidence from Experiments with India’s Rural Politicians (June 10, 2022), 2022
2022
Do Voters in Local Elections Prefer Campaign Promises About Attributable Policies?
T Goyal, R Harding
Available at SSRN 3886411, 2021
2021
Representation from below: how women mobilize inside parties
T Goyal
University of Oxford, 2021
2021
Do Conflict Traps Exist? Natural Experimental Evidence from India
S van Noort, T Goyal
2020
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