Amanda Clayton
Amanda Clayton
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Vanderbilt University
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Female Leadership, Electoral Gender Quotas and Women’s Political Engagement: Evidence from a Randomized Policy Experiment
A Clayton
Comparative Political Studies 48 (3), 333-69, 2015
141*2015
All male panels? Representation and democratic legitimacy
A Clayton, DZ O'Brien, JM Piscopo
American Journal of Political Science 63 (1), 113-129, 2019
872019
Quota shocks: Electoral gender quotas and government spending priorities worldwide
A Clayton, P Zetterberg
The Journal of Politics 80 (3), 916-932, 2018
862018
Quotas and women's substantive representation: Evidence from a content analysis of Ugandan plenary debates
A Clayton, C Josefsson, V Wang
Politics & Gender 13 (2), 276-304, 2017
622017
Global gender quota adoption, implementation, and reform
MM Hughes, P Paxton, AB Clayton, P Zetterberg
Comparative Politics 51 (2), 219-238, 2019
612019
Provoking preferences: Unionization, trade policy, and the ILWU puzzle
JS Ahlquist, AB Clayton, M Levi
International Organization 68 (1), 33-75, 2014
572014
Electoral gender quotas and attitudes toward traditional leaders: A policy experiment in Lesotho
A Clayton
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 33 (4), 1007-1026, 2014
432014
Present without presence? Gender, quotas and debate recognition in the Ugandan parliament
A Clayton, C Josefsson, V Wang
Representation 50 (3), 379-392, 2014
412014
In whose interest? Gender and mass–elite priority congruence in Sub-Saharan Africa
A Clayton, C Josefsson, R Mattes, S Mozaffar
Comparative Political Studies 52 (1), 69-101, 2019
352019
When elites meet: decentralization, power-sharing, and public goods provision in post-conflict Sierra Leone
A Clayton, J Noveck, M Levi
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2015
142015
(How) do voters discriminate against women candidates? Experimental and qualitative evidence from Malawi
A Clayton, AL Robinson, MC Johnson, R Muriaas
Comparative Political Studies 53 (3-4), 601-630, 2020
112020
Do gender quotas really reduce bias? Evidence from a policy experiment in Southern Africa
A Clayton
Journal of Experimental Political Science 5 (3), 182-194, 2018
102018
Quota adoption and reform over time (qarot), 1947-2015
MM Hughes, P Paxton, A Clayton, P Zetterberg
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2017
82017
Comparative regional patterns in electoral gender quota adoption: A social network approach
A Clayton
52016
How women’s incumbency affects future elections: Evidence from a policy experiment in Lesotho
A Clayton, B Tang
World Development 110, 385-393, 2018
42018
Gender and Party Discipline: Evidence from Africa’s Emerging Party Systems
A Clayton, P Zetterberg
American Political Science Review 115 (3), 869-884, 2021
32021
How Do Electoral Gender Quotas Affect Policy?
A Clayton
Annual Review of Political Science 24, 235-252, 2021
12021
Gender Experiments in Comparative Politics
A Clayton, G Anderson-Nilsson
Advances in Experimental Political Science, 485 -- 506, 2021
12021
Gender and policy persuasion
G Anderson-Nilsson, A Clayton
Political Science Research and Methods, 1-14, 2021
12021
Daughters do not affect political beliefs in a new democracy
A Clayton, D De Kadt, NK Dumas
SocArXiv, 2019
12019
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