Papers & Research Designs
Climate Change Governance
This meeting will have three feedback sessions. See the links below to access the papers/designs. Please read the materials in advance and prepare to share your feedback during the session:
- “Climate Politics in the Global South: Do Humanized Testimonials Spur Climate Action?” by Nikhar Gaikwad and Noah Zucker
- “Gender, Deliberation, and Natural Resource Governance: Experimental Evidence from Malawi” by Amanda Clayton, Boniface Dulani, Katrina Kosec, and Amanda Robinson
- “Experience, Information, and Preference Change: Accountability for Climate Damages in the Global South” by Alex Gazmararian and Helen Milner
In addition, we have provided the following background materials to contextualize the joint session with the Displacement, Migration, and Integration group. Though not required, feel free to review them ahead of the session on Saturday morning.
Displacement, Migration, & Integration
We will have one feedback session on Day 1 that includes the following working paper. Please read this paper in advance and prepare to share your feedback during the session:
- “Who Hosts? Determinants of Hosting the Internally Displaced” By Leonid Peisakhin, Nik Stoop, and Peter van der Windt
We will use these materials as a basis for our discussions throughout the two-day meeting. Please read these materials in advance of the start of the meeting:
- “The Social Integration of International Migrants: Evidence From the Networks of Syrians in Germany” by Michael Bailey, Drew M. Johnston, Martin Koenen, Theresa Kuchler, Dominic Russel, and Johannes Stroebel
- “Hard-to-Survey Populations and Respondent-Driven Sampling: Expanding the Political Science Toolbox” by Rana B. Khoury
In addition, we have provided the following background materials to contextualize the joint session with the Climate Change Governance group. Though not required, feel free to review them ahead of the session on Saturday morning.
- Blair & McClendon (forthcoming)
- Beyond the Metaketa Initiative – Reflections from Meetings with EGAP Members