Edmund Malesky
Edmund Malesky
Professor of Political Economy, Duke University
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Nodding or needling: Analyzing delegate responsiveness in an authoritarian parliament
E Malesky, P Schuler
American political science review, 482-502, 2010
2942010
Straight ahead on red: how foreign direct investment empowers subnational leaders
EJ Malesky
The Journal of Politics 70 (1), 97-119, 2008
253*2008
Where is credit due? Legal institutions, connections, and the efficiency of bank lending in Vietnam
EJ Malesky, M Taussig
The Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization 25 (2), 535-578, 2009
1792009
Firm growth and corruption: empirical evidence from Vietnam
J Bai, S Jayachandran, EJ Malesky, BA Olken
The Economic Journal 129 (618), 651-677, 2019
174*2019
The Vietnam Provincial Competitiveness Index (2005- 2018): Measuring Economic Governance for Private Sector Development
E Malesky
VNCI Policy Paper, Vietnam Competitiveness Initiative (), http://eng …, 2016
165*2016
The single‐party dictator's dilemma: Information in elections without opposition
E Malesky, P Schuler
Legislative Studies Quarterly 36 (4), 491-530, 2011
161*2011
The adverse effects of sunshine: a field experiment on legislative transparency in an authoritarian assembly
E Malesky, P Schuler, A Tran
American Political Science Review, 762-786, 2012
1592012
The contribution of veto players to economic reform
S Gehlbach, EJ Malesky
The Journal of Politics 72 (4), 957-975, 2010
1452010
Politics and foreign direct investment
N Jensen, G Biglaiser, Q Li, E Malesky, P Pinto, J Staats
University of Michigan Press, 2012
1382012
Institutions and inequality in single-party regimes: A comparative analysis of Vietnam and China
E Malesky, R Abrami, Y Zheng
Comparative Politics 43 (4), 409-427, 2011
134*2011
Unbundling the relationship between authoritarian legislatures and political risk
NM Jensen, E Malesky, S Weymouth
British Journal of Political Science, 655-684, 2014
1142014
Power sharing in postconflict societies: Implications for peace and governance
M Cammett, E Malesky
Journal of Conflict Resolution 56 (6), 982-1016, 2012
1072012
Gerrymandering—Vietnamese style: escaping the partial reform equilibrium in a nondemocratic regime
E Malesky
The Journal of Politics 71 (1), 132-159, 2009
106*2009
The political economy of development in China and Vietnam
E Malesky, J London
Annual Review of Political Science 17, 395-419, 2014
1042014
The impact of recentralization on public services: A difference-in-differences analysis of the abolition of elected councils in Vietnam
EJ Malesky, CV Nguyen, A Tran
American Political Science Review, 144-168, 2014
992014
Out of the gray: The impact of provincial institutions on business formalization in Vietnam
E Malesky, M Taussig
Journal of East Asian Studies 9 (2), 249-290, 2009
852009
Monopoly money: Foreign investment and bribery in Vietnam, a survey experiment
EJ Malesky, DD Gueorguiev, NM Jensen
American Journal of Political Science 59 (2), 419-439, 2015
78*2015
Foreign direct investors as agents of economic transition: An instrumental variables analysis
EJ Malesky
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 4, 59-85, 2009
73*2009
Predictable corruption and firm investment: evidence from a natural experiment and survey of Cambodian entrepreneurs
K Samphantharak, EJ Malesky
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 3 (3), 227-26, 2008
732008
Incentives to pander: How politicians use corporate welfare for political gain
NM Jensen, EJ Malesky
Cambridge University Press, 2018
672018
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