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  • Peisakhin, Leonid, Nik Stoop, and Peter van der Windt. Forthcoming. "Who Hosts? The Correlates of Hosting the Internally Displaced." American Political Science Review.

  • Chang, Han Il and Leonid Peisakhin. 2023. "Does the Procedural Act of Electing Leaders Enhance Cooperation in Divided Societies? Experimental Evidence from Lebanon." Electoral Studies 84. [link to journal] [paper] [appendix]

  • Charnysh, Volha and Leonid Peisakhin. 2022. "The Role of Communities in Preserving Political Identities: Evidence from Forced Population Transfers". British Journal of Political Science 52(1): 238-258. [link to journal] [paper] [appendix] [replication materials]

  • Peisakhin, Leonid, Arturas Rozenas, and Sergey Sanovich. 2020. " Mobilizing Opposition Voters Under Electoral Authoritarianism: A Field Experiment in Russia". Research and Politics, October-December 2020: 1-7. [link to journal] [paper] [appendix] [replication materials]​​

  • Chang, Han Il and Leonid Peisakhin. 2019. "Building Cooperation Among Groups in Conflict: An Experiment on Intersectarian Cooperation in Lebanon". American Journal of Political Science 63(1): 146-162. [link to journal] [paper] [appendix] [replication materials]

          Winner of the 2018 Luebbert Award for Best Article, Comparative Politics Section, APSA 

  Erratum to "The Legacy of Political Violence Across Generations. Published in 2023.

  • Peisakhin, Leonid. 2012. "Transparency and Corruption: Evidence from India." Journal of Law and Economics 55(1): 129-149.  [paper]

  • Peisakhin, Leonid and Paul Pinto. 2010. "Is Transparency an Effective Anti-Corruption Strategy? Evidence from a Field-Experiment in India". Regulation and Governance 4(3): 261-280. [paper]

  • Peisakhin, Leonid. 2015. "Cultural Legacies: Persistence and Transmission" in Norman Schofield and Gonzalo Caballero, eds. The Political Economy of Governance: Studies in Political Economy. Basel, Switzerland: Springer International: 21-39.

  • Peisakhin, Leonid. 2011. "Field Experimentation and the Study of Corruption" in Susan Rose-Ackerman and Tina Søreide, eds. International Handbook on the Economics of Corruption, vol. 2. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing: 335-355.

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