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Says who? An experiment on allegations of corruption and credibility of sources
S Botero, RC Cornejo, L Gamboa, N Pavao, DW Nickerson
Political Research Quarterly 68 (3), 493-504, 2015
922015
Corruption as the only option: The limits to electoral accountability
N Pavão
The Journal of Politics 80 (3), 996-1010, 2018
472018
The failures of electoral accountability for corruption: Brazil and beyond
N Pavão
University of Notre Dame, 2015
152015
Are all types of wrongdoing created equal in the eyes of voters?
S Botero, R Castro Cornejo, L Gamboa, N Pavao, DW Nickerson
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 31 (2), 141-158, 2021
112021
Conditional cash transfer programs and electoral accountability: Evidence from Latin America
N Pavão
Latin American Politics and Society 58 (2), 74-99, 2016
102016
Instituições, credibilidade e governança regulatória no Brasil-um estudo de caso do desenho da regulação nos setores de telecomunicações e eletricidade
NC Pavão
Universidade de São Paulo, 2008
52008
Under friendly fire: An experiment on partisan press, fragmented opposition and voting behavior
S Botero, RC Cornejo, L Gamboa, N Pavao, DW Nickerson
Electoral Studies 60, 102044, 2019
42019
Corruption, courts, and public opinion in Brazil
N Pavão
Corruption in Latin America, 93-107, 2019
22019
Motivated Reasoning Without Partisanship? Fake News in the 2018 Brazilian Elections
FB Pereira, NS Bueno, F Nunes, N Pavão
Working Paper, 2021
12021
Inoculation Reduces Misinformation: Experimental Evidence from a Multidimensional Intervention in Brazil
F Batista Pereira, N Bueno, F Nunes, N Pavao
Available at SSRN 4185949, 2022
2022
Fake News, Fact Checking, and Partisanship: The Resilience of Rumors in the 2018 Brazilian Elections
F Batista Pereira, NS Bueno, F Nunes, N Pavão
2022
Veto Players and Corruption: A preliminary approach
N Pavão
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