I am a Postdoctoral Fellow in Global Governance at the Institute for the Study of International Development in McGill UniversityI specialize in comparative politics with an emphasis on state capacity, nation-building, political violence and energy access, especially in Southeast and South Asia.


Address: Peterson Hall
3460 McTavish Street
Montréal (Québec) H3A 0E6
Canada
Email:
harishsp[at]gmail.com
Selected Works:
 
"The Political Violence Cycle," Forthcoming, American Political Science Review (with Andrew Little)

"A Target-Based Typology of Electoral Violence: Insights from Indonesia," Forthcoming, Terrorism and Political Violence (with Risa Toha)

"Queens" (with Oeindrila Dube)

"How Does War Exacerbate Gender Inequality? Evidence from the Indonesian Occupation of Timor-Leste"

"Household Energy Access and Expenditure in Developing Countries: Evidence
from India, 1987-2010,Energy for Sustainable Development, 2016, 35: 25-34 (with Meir Alkon and Johannes Urpelainen)