Leah R. Rosenzweig
Leah R. Rosenzweig
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Opportunistic Accountability: State–Society Bargaining Over Shared Interests
S Grossman, J Phillips, LR Rosenzweig
Comparative Political Studies, 0010414017720706, 2017
142017
Conjoint Analysis Tools for Developing Country Contexts
A Meyer, LR Rosenzweig
The Political Methodologist 23 (2), 2-6, 2016
122016
Survey sampling in the Global South using Facebook advertisements
L Rosenzweig, P Bergquist, KH Pham, F Rampazzo, M Mildenberger
SocArXiv, 2020
72020
Online Surveys and Digital Demography in the Developing World: Facebook Users in Kenya
KH Pham, F Rampazzo, LR Rosenzweig
arXiv preprint arXiv:1910.03448, 2019
6*2019
Attribute affinity: US natives’ attitudes toward immigrants
AJ Berinsky, T Rizzo, LR Rosenzweig, E Heaps
Political Behavior, 1-24, 2018
52018
“If we move, it moves with us:” Physical distancing in Africa during COVID-19
C Bicalho, MR Platas, LR Rosenzweig
World Development 142, 105379, 2021
42021
Social Voting in Semi-Authoritarian Systems
LR Rosenzweig
Working paper, 2019
42019
Community carrots and social sticks: why the poor vote in a dominant-party system
LR Rosenzweig
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2018
42018
Team and Nation: Sports, Nationalism, and Attitudes Toward Refugees
LR Rosenzweig, YY Zhou
Comparative Political Studies, 0010414021997498, 2021
22021
Optimal Policies to Battle the Coronavirus “Infodemic” Among Social Media Users in Sub-Saharan Africa
M Offer-Westort, LR Rosenzweig, S Athey
12021
Misinformation and Emotions in Nigeria: The Case of COVID-19 Fake News
L Rosenzweig, B Bago, AJ Berinsky, D Rand
12020
Happiness and surprise are associated with worse truth discernment of COVID-19 headlines among social media users in Nigeria.
LR Rosenzweig, B Bago, AJ Berinsky, DG Rand
Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) Misinformation Review 2 (4), 2021
2021
Replication Data for: Conjoint Analysis Tools for Developing Country Contexts
A Meyer, LR Rosenzweig
2016
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