1. Ferrali, Romain, Guy Grossman, Melina R. Platas, and Jonathan Rodden. “It Takes a Village: Peer Effects and Externalities in Technology Adoption,” American Journal of Political Science. Accepted.
  2. Dunning, Thad, Guy Grossman, Macartan Humphreys, Susan Hyde, Craig McIntosh, Gareth Nellis, Eric Arias, Clara Bicalho, Taylor C. Boas, Mark T. Buntaine, Simon Chauchard, Anirvan Chowdhury, Jessica Gottlieb, F. Daniel Hidalgo, Marcus Holmlund, Ryan Jablonski, Eric Kramon, Horacio Larreguy, Malte Lierl, John Marshall, Gwyneth McClendon, Marcus A. Melo, Daniel L. Nielson, Paula M. Pickering, Melina R. Platas, Pablo Querubín, Pia Raffler, and Neelanjan Sircar. “Voter information campaigns and political accountability: Cumulative findings from a pre-registered meta-analysis of coordinated trials,” Conditionally Accepted. Science Advances.
  3. Platas, Melina R., and Pia Raffler. 2019. “Candidate Videos and Vote Choice in Ugandan Parliamentary Elections,” Information and Accountability: A New Method for Cumulative Learning. Edited by Thad Dunning et al.  Cambridge University Press.
  4. Adida, Claire, Adeline Lo, and Melina R. Platas. 2018. “Perspective taking can promote short-term inclusionary behavior toward Syrian refugees,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
  5. Grossman, Guy, Melina R. Platas, and Jonathan Rodden. 2018. Crowdsourcing Accountability: ICT for Service Delivery,” World Development, 112: 74-87
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  6. Adida, Claire, Kim Yi Dionne, and Melina R. Platas. 2018. “Ebola, elections, and immigration: how politicizing an epidemic can shape public attitudes, Politics, Groups, and Identities.
  7. Lee, Melissa and Melina Platas Izama. 2015. “Aid Externalities: Evidence from PEPFAR in Africa,” World Development, 67: 281-294.
  8. Platas Izama, Melina. 2014. “Muslim Education in Africa: Trends and Attitudes Toward Faith-Based Schools,” Review of Faith and International Affairs, 12(2): 38-50.