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Lucy Martin
Lucy Martin
Associate Professor of Political Science, UNC Chapel Hill
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The structure of American income tax policy preferences
C Ballard-Rosa, L Martin, K Scheve
The Journal of Politics 79 (1), 1-16, 2017
1812017
Taxation, loss aversion, and accountability: theory and experimental evidence for taxation’s effect on citizen behavior
L Martin
Unpublished paper, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 2014
119*2014
Fault lines: the effects of bureaucratic power on electoral accountability
L Martin, PJ Raffler
American Journal of Political Science 65 (1), 210-224, 2021
382021
Owning it: Accountability and citizens’ ownership over oil, aid, and taxes
B De la Cuesta, L Martin, HV Milner, DL Nielson
The Journal of Politics 84 (1), 304-320, 2022
252022
Revenue source and electoral accountability: Experimental evidence from local US policymakers
AM Dynes, L Martin
Political Behavior 43 (3), 1113-1136, 2021
172021
STRATEGIC TAXATION: Fiscal Capacity and Accountability in African States
LES MARTIN
OXFORD University Press US, 2023
16*2023
Do Indirect Taxes Bite? How Hiding Taxes Erases Accountability Demands from Citizens
B de la Cuesta, L Martin, HV Milner, DL Nielson
The Journal of Politics 85 (4), 1305-1320, 2023
14*2023
Foreign aid, oil revenues, and political accountability: Evidence from six experiments in Ghana and Uganda
B de la Cuesta, L Martin, HV Milner, DL Nielson
The Review of International Organizations 16 (3), 521-548, 2021
112021
Marketing Taxation? Experimental Evidence on Enforcement and Bargaining in Malawian Markets
L Martin, B Seim, L Camacho, S Hoellerbauer
32021
Moving toward the Median: Compulsory Voting and Political Polarization
A OPREA, L MARTIN, GH BRENNAN
American Political Science Review, 1-15, 2024
12024
All Sins are not Created Equal: The Factors that Drive Perceptions of Corruption Severity
LES Martin
Journal of Experimental Political Science 8 (1), 15-25, 2021
12021
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