Melissa L Sands
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Exposure to inequality affects support for redistribution
ML Sands
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (4), 663-668, 2017
Can violent protest change local policy support? Evidence from the aftermath of the 1992 Los Angeles riot
RD Enos, AR Kaufman, ML Sands
American Political Science Review 113 (4), 1012-1028, 2019
Uncharted territoriality in coproduction: The motivations for 311 reporting
DT O’Brien, D Offenhuber, J Baldwin-Philippi, M Sands, E Gordon
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 27 (2), 320-335, 2017
Local exposure to inequality raises support of people of low wealth for taxing the wealthy
ML Sands, D de Kadt
Nature 586 (7828), 257-261, 2020
Racial isolation drives racial voting: Evidence from the new South Africa
D de Kadt, ML Sands
Political Behavior 43 (1), 87-117, 2021
How Human Subjects Research Rules Mislead You and Your University, and What to Do About it
G King, M Sands
'Eyes' on the Street: What Public Camera Feed Data Can Teach Us About Civic and Political Behavior
M Sands
Electoral accountability and state violence: The political legacy of the Marikana massacre
D de Kadt, A Johnson-Kanu, ML Sands
Working paper, 2020
The Distributive Politics of Education Policy: Party Control of State Government and Transfers to Localities
M Sands
APSA 2012 Annual Meeting Paper, 2012
Using Public Video Feeds to Understand Intergroup Exposure
B Dietrich, M Sands
Crises and Threats in Context: The Boston Marathon Bombings as a Natural Experiment
M Sands
State violence, party formation, and electoral accountability: The political legacy of the Marikana massacre
D de Kadt, A Johnson-Kanu, ML Sands
SocArXiv, 2020
How Context Affects Politics: Essays on Causality and Measurement
ML Sands
PQDT-Global, 2017
Using Public Video Feeds to Identify Racial Avoidance
BJ Dietrich, M Sands
Neighborhood Stability and Civic Participation
J de Benedictis-Kessner, R Enos, M Hankinson, M Sands
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