Marko Klašnja
Assistant Professor
School of Foreign Service and Government Department
ICC 593
Georgetown University
marko.klasnja@georgetown.edu

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Publications

The Incumbency Curse: Weak Parties, Term Limits, and Unfulfilled Accountability

with Rocío Titiunik

Forthcoming in the American Political Science Review

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Uninformed Voters and Corrupt Incumbents

Forthcoming in American Politics Research

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Political Corruption Traps

with Andrew Little and Joshua Tucker

Forthcoming in Political Science Research and Methods

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Segregation, Polarization, and Ethnic Conflict

with Natalija Novta

Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2016, 60(5), 927-955

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Increasing Rents and Incumbency Disadvantage

Journal of Theoretical Politics, 2016, 28(2), 225-265

Pocketbook vs. Sociotropic Corruption Voting

with Joshua Tucker and Kevin Deegan-Krause

British Journal of Political Science, 2016, 46(1), 67-94

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Corruption and the Incumbency Disadvantage: Theory and Evidence

The Journal of Politics, 2015, 77(4), 928-942

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Education and Human Capital Externalities: Evidence from Colonial Benin

with Leonard Wantchekon and Natalija Novta

Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2015, 130(2), 703-757

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The Economy, Corruption, and the Vote: Evidence from Experiments in Sweden and Moldova

with Joshua Tucker

Electoral Studies, 2013, 32(3), 536-543

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Electoral Rules, Forms of Government, and Political Budget Cycles in Transition Countries

Panoeconomicus, 2008, 3(2), 185-218

The EU and Kosovo: Time to Rethink the Enlargement and Integration Policy?

Problems of Post-Communism, 2007, 54(4), 15-32

Working papers

The Limited Impact of Information on Political Selection: An Experiment on Asset Disclosures in India In Progress

with Simon Chauchard and S.P. Harish

The Partisan Politics of Electoral Manipulation in Democracies: Evidence from Romania In Progress

with Grigore Pop-Eleches

Parties as Disciplinarians In Progress

with James Hollyer and Rocío Titiunik

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