Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro
Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro
Associate Professor of Political Science, Brown University
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Lacking information or condoning corruption: When will voters support corrupt politicians?
MS Winters, R Weitz-Shapiro
Comparative Politics 45 (4), 418-436, 2013
What wins votes: Why some politicians opt out of clientelism
R Weitz‐Shapiro
American journal of political science 56 (3), 568-583, 2012
Curbing clientelism in Argentina: Politics, poverty, and social policy
R Weitz-Shapiro
Cambridge University Press, 2014
Can citizens discern? Information Credibility, Political Sophistication, and the Punishment of Corruption in Brazil
R Weitz-Shapiro, MS Winters
Journal of Politics 79 (1), 60-74, 2017
The local connection: Local government performance and satisfaction with democracy in Argentina
R Weitz-Shapiro
Comparative Political Studies 41 (3), 285-308, 2008
Why primaries in Latin American presidential elections?
O Kemahlioglu, R Weitz-Shapiro, S Hirano
The Journal of Politics 71 (1), 339-352, 2009
Partisanship and protest: The politics of workfare distribution in Argentina
R Weitz-Shapiro
Latin American Research Review 41 (3), 122-148, 2006
Political participation and quality of life
R Weitz-Shapiro, MS Winters
Working paper, 2008
The link between voting and life satisfaction in Latin America
R Weitz‐Shapiro, MS Winters
Latin American Politics and Society 53 (4), 101-126, 2011
State, society, and informality in cities of the Global South
AM Auerbach, A LeBas, AE Post, R Weitz-Shapiro
Studies in Comparative International Development 53, 261-280, 2018
Partisan protesters and nonpartisan protests in brazil
MS Winters, R Weitz-Shapiro
Journal of Politics in Latin America 6 (1), 137-150, 2014
Who’s in charge here? Direct and indirect accusations and voter punishment of corruption
MS Winters, R Weitz-Shapiro
Political Research Quarterly 69 (2), 207-219, 2016
Political corruption and partisan engagement: evidence from Brazil
MS Winters, R Weitz-Shapiro
Journal of Politics in Latin America 7 (1), 45-81, 2015
Choosing clientelism: political competition, poverty, and social welfare policy in Argentina
R Weitz-Shapiro
Columbia University, 2008
Political competition, poverty, and incentives for good government and clientelism in Argentina
R Weitz-Shapiro
Documento presentado en el encuentro anual de la Midwest Political Science …, 2007
Information credibility and responses to corruption: a replication and extension in Argentina
MS Winters, R Weitz-Shapiro
Political Science Research and Methods 8 (1), 169-177, 2020
Voter beliefs and strategic voting in two-round elections
L Plutowski, R Weitz-Shapiro, MS Winters
Political Research Quarterly 74 (4), 852-865, 2021
Clientelism and the middle class: results of a survey experiment in Argentina
R Weitz-Shapiro
APSA annual meeting, 2008
Continuity and change in public attitudes toward corruption
K Senters, R Weitz-Shapiro, MS Winters
Routledge handbook of Brazilian politics, 15-38, 2018
Third-Person versus Second-Person Vignettes in Survey Experimental Research on Sensitive Topic
M Winters, R Weitz-Shapiro
Unpublished working paper, University of Illinois and Brown University, 2013
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