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Joseph Asunka, PhD
Joseph Asunka, PhD
CEO at Afrobarometer
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Electoral fraud or violence: The effect of observers on party manipulation strategies
J Asunka, S Brierley, M Golden, E Kramon, G Ofosu
British Journal of Political Science 49 (1), 129-151, 2019
1392019
Providers’ perceptions of disrespect and abuse during childbirth: a mixed-methods study in Kenya
PA Afulani, AM Kelly, L Buback, J Asunka, L Kirumbi, A Lyndon
Health policy and planning 35 (5), 577-586, 2020
772020
Transnational ties and the health of sub-Saharan African migrants: The moderating role of gender and family separation
PA Afulani, JM Torres, M Sudhinaraset, J Asunka
Social Science & Medicine 168, 63-71, 2016
472016
Partisanship and political accountability in new democracies: Explaining compliance with formal rules and procedures in Ghana
J Asunka
Research & Politics 3 (1), 2053168016633907, 2016
392016
Socialization, adaptation, transnationalism, and the reproductive behavior of sub-Saharan African migrants in France
PA Afulani, J Asunka
Population Research and Policy Review 34, 561-592, 2015
282015
Protecting the polls: The effect of observers on election fraud
J Asunka, S Brierley, M Golden, E Kramon, G Ofosu
Unpublished manuscript, University of California, Los Angeles Retrieved from …, 2014
282014
What people want from government: Basic services performance ratings, 34 countries
J Asunka
Afrobarometer, 2013
202013
Non-discretionary resource allocation as political investment: evidence from Ghana
J Asunka
The Journal of Modern African Studies 55 (1), 29-53, 2017
182017
Using community health workers in community-based growth promotion: what stakeholders think
PA Afulani, JK Awoonor-Williams, EC Opoku, J Asunka
Health Education Research 27 (6), 1005-1017, 2012
162012
Politics and Public Service Provision in Africa’s New Democracies
J Asunka, PA Afulani
International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society 31, 207-227, 2018
42018
Access denied: Freedom of information in Africa falls short of public expectations
J Asunka, C Logan
32021
Political Parties and Electoral Fraud in Ghana’s Competitive Democracy
J Asunka, S Brierley, MA Golden, E Kramon, G Ofosu
British Journal of Political Science 49 (1), 129-51, 2019
32019
Tracking Leakage of Public Resource in Education: A Pilot Investigation of Teacher Absence in Public Primary Schools in Ghana
J Asunka
Ghana Center for Democratic Development, 2008
32008
Africa’s youth: More educated, less employed, still unheard in policy and development
JAN Sanny, S van Wyk-Khosa, J Asunka
22023
Election observers and electoral fraud
J Asunka, S Brierley, MA Golden, E Kramon, G Ofosu
2013 Annual Meetings of the American Political Science Association, 2013
22013
Veiled transparency: Access to public information remains elusive despite progress on right-to-information laws
A Okello, S Sunderland, J Asunka
12024
Political accountability and public service provision in Africa: evidence from Ghana
J Asunka, P Afulani
Annals of Global Health 82 (3), 332-333, 2016
12016
Do Election Observers Promote or Prevent Violence? Evidence from a Field Experiment in Ghana
J Asunka, S Brierley, E Kramon, G Ofosu
12015
Patterns of Breakdown in Biometric Identification Machines in a National Election
MA Golden, E Kramon, G Ofosu, S Brierley, J Asunka
APSA 2014 Annual Meeting Paper, 2014
12014
The Sources of Non-discretionary Distributive Politics in Africa
J Asunka
University of California, Los Angeles, 2014
12014
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