Mats Ahrenshop

 Mats Ahrenshop

Research topic:
Corruption and Electoral Accountability
Degree course:
MPhil
Supervisor(s):
Email:
mats.ahrenshop@politics.ox.ac.uk

Research Themes:
Elections Representation Political Economy Comparative Politics and Government  

Teaching specialism, interests and experience

Teaching assistant at Institute of Political Science (University of M√ľnster):

Statistics I + II

Comparative Politics

Publications

Resettlement Lies: Suggestive Evidence From 29 Large Dam Projects (with Julian Kirchherr and Katrina Charles), World Development, Vol. 114 (2019), pp. 208-2019.

 

Working paper:

[1] 'Who Is Cheating and Why? Experimental Evidence on Tax Compliance' (with Ray Duch and Hector Solaz).

[2] 'Costs, Credibility, and Relative Salience: Why Voters Don't Sanction Politicians for Corruption'

Conference Papers and Presentations

Costs, Credibility, and Relative Salience: Why Voters Don't Sanction Politicians for Corruption. Poster presentation at Toronto Political Behaviour Workshop, September 2018.

-----. Paper presentation at European Political Science Association (EPSA) Annual Conference, Belfast, June 2019.

-----. Paper presentation at Political Studies Association (PSA) Annual International Conference, Nottingham, April 2019.

Student
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