Assistant Professor, Department of Government, Dartmouth College
Author: Simon Chauchard
Political representation and intergroup relations -- Untouchability in rural India: persistence and evolution -- Local representation in rural India: a view from the ground -- Theory: the impact of descriptive representation -- Quantitative methodology -- The material and tangible effects of descriptive representation -- The cognitive impact of descriptive representation -- The effects of descriptive representation on interpersonal relations -- Descriptive representation and intergroup relations in comparative perspective.
SIMON CHAUCHARD is an Assistant Professor of Government at Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, USA. He is the author of Why Representation Matters: The Meaning of Ethnic Quotas in Rural India (Cambridge University Press, 2017). He thanks Francisco Cantu, Lisa Björkman, Milan Vaishnav, Kaushik Koli, and Hanmant Wanole, as well as participants in seminars at CASI (Penn), Dartmouth College, and the MPSA and APSA annual meetings, for useful comments on this paper. Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Rockefeller Center Faculty Grant Proposal: Why do Thugs Win Elections? A Vignette-Experiment in North India