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Ruben Enikolopov
Ruben Enikolopov
New Economic School, ICREA-Barcelona IPEG, Univ. Pompeu Fabra
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Media and political persuasion: Evidence from Russia
R Enikolopov, M Petrova, E Zhuravskaya
The American Economic Review 101 (7), 3253-3285, 2011
8812011
Decentralization and political institutions
R Enikolopov, E Zhuravskaya
Journal of Public Economics 91 (11-12), 2261-2290, 2007
6802007
Radio and the Rise of the Nazis in Prewar Germany
M Adena, R Enikolopov, M Petrova, V Santarosa, E Zhuravskaya
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 130 (4), 1885-1939, 2015
5802015
Social media and protest participation: Evidence from Russia
R Enikolopov, A Makarin, M Petrova
Econometrica 88 (4), 1479-1514, 2020
4682020
Randomized Impact Evaluation of Phase-II of Afghanistan's National Solidarity Programme (NSP)-Estimates of Interim Program Impact from First Follow-Up Survey
A Beath, F Christia, R Enikolopov, S Kabuli
Kabul, NSP, 2010
423*2010
Cross-border media and nationalism: Evidence from Serbian radio in Croatia
S DellaVigna, R Enikolopov, V Mironova, M Petrova, E Zhuravskaya
American Economic Journals: Applied Economics 6 (3), 103–132, 2014
345*2014
Political effects of the internet and social media
E Zhuravskaya, M Petrova, R Enikolopov
Annual review of economics 12, 415-438, 2020
3192020
Empowering women through development aid: Evidence from a field experiment in Afghanistan
A Beath, F Christia, R Enikolopov
American Political Science Review 107 (3), 540-557, 2013
2552013
Winning hearts and minds through development: Evidence from a field experiment in Afghanistan
A Beath, F Christia, R Enikolopov
Working paper, 2016
248*2016
Field experiment estimate of electoral fraud in Russian parliamentary elections
R Enikolopov, V Korovkin, M Petrova, K Sonin, A Zakharov
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (2), 448-452, 2013
2362013
Social media and corruption
R Enikolopov, M Petrova, K Sonin
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 10 (1), 150-174, 2018
1802018
Direct democracy and resource allocation: Experimental evidence from Afghanistan
A Beath, F Christia, R Enikolopov
Journal of Development Economics 124, 199-213, 2017
124*2017
Social media and xenophobia: evidence from Russia
L Bursztyn, G Egorov, R Enikolopov, M Petrova
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
1122019
Electoral Rules and Political Selection: Theory and Evidence from a Field Experiment in Afghanistan
A Beath, F Christia, G Egorov, R Enikolopov
The Review of Economic Studies 83 (3), 932-968, 2016
94*2016
Politicians, bureaucrats and targeted redistribution
R Enikolopov
Journal of Public Economics 120, 74-83, 2014
88*2014
Media capture: empirical evidence
R Enikolopov, M Petrova
Handbook of media Economics 1, 687-700, 2015
642015
Divided we stay home: Social distancing and ethnic diversity
G Egorov, R Enikolopov, A Makarin, M Petrova
Journal of Public Economics 194, 104328, 2021
592021
Do elected councils improve governance? Experimental evidence on local institutions in Afghanistan
A Beath, F Christia, R Enikolopov
MIT Political Science Department Research Paper, 2018
57*2018
Social image, networks, and protest participation
R Enikolopov, A Makarin, M Petrova, L Polishchuk
Networks, and Protest Participation (April 26, 2020), 2020
492020
Firm value in crisis: Effects of firm-level transparency and country-level institutions
R Enikolopov, M Petrova, S Stepanov
Journal of Banking & Finance 46, 72-84, 2014
452014
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