Research

Academic Journal Articles

“Earned Income and Women’s Segmented Empowerment: Experimental Evidence from Jordan,” with Amaney Jamal and Steve L. Monroe, American Journal of Political Science (2020). https://doi.org/10.1111/ajps.12561

Review Essay: Paul Amar and Vijay Prashad, eds., Dispatches from the Arab Spring: Understanding the New Middle East (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press 2013), in Middle East Law and Governance 7, no. 1 (2015): 169-179. https://doi.org/10.1163/18763375-00701010

“Socialization of Female Islamists: Paternal and Educational Influences,” Hawwa: Journal of Women of the Middle East and the Islamic World 7 (2009): 57-87. https://doi.org/10.1163/156920809X449544

Reports and Book Chapters

Algeria Five Years After the Arab Uprisings: Findings from the Arab Barometer. Arab Barometer (2017).

Morocco Five Years After the Arab Uprisings: Findings from the Arab Barometer. Arab Barometer (2017).

Human Capital and the Future of the Gulf. Center for Strategic and International Studies (2015).

Workforce Development in Tunisia and Jordan: Changing Attitudes Under New and Old Systems Center for Strategic and International Studies (2015).

“Egypt in the Region,” in Rocky Harbors: Taking Stock of the Middle East in 2015, ed. Jon B. Alterman. Center for Strategic and International Studies (2015): 79-94.

“Egypt: Fighting for Women’s Rights in the Aftermath of the Revolution.” Women Living Under Muslim Laws (2011).

Work in Progress

After Women’s Rights: The Consequences of Gender Equality Reforms. (Dissertation/Book Project)

A Handout for What? Political Consequences of the RAMED Health Insurance Program in Morocco. (Working Paper)

Social Policy Institutions and the Resource Curse. (Data collection complete)

Gender Research in Political Science Journals with Michael FitzGerald, Katie Krumbholz, Manika Lamba, and Kathleen Rogers. (Data collection in progress)

Decentralization and Women’s Political Inclusion in Morocco with Marwa Shalaby. (Data collection in progress)

Bureaucratic Loyalty in Political Crises: Theory and Experimental Evidence with Daniel Gibbs. (Data collection in progress)