Political Economy of Clientelism and Distribution

Broadly, my final area of study relates to the political economy of development, often with respect to clientelistic and distributive politics. I explore these topics in a variety of areas, from the OECD in late 19th and early 20th centuries to contemporary studies using field techniques in Nepal.

Solo Authored:

Distributive Politics of Health in the French Third Republic

Suffrage and Government Size in the Early United States

With Jeevan Baniya, Daniel Pemstein and Brigitte Seim:

Clientelism in Nepal

With Sivagaminithan Palani:

Clientelism and Party System Regionalization in India