Simon Chauchard, Dartmouth, on "Do Electoral Quotas Affect Beliefs About the Scheduled Castes? Evidence From Rural India."
Friday, November 2nd at 2:00 P.M.
Joukowsky Forum, Watson Institute, 111 Thayer St.
A discussion and reception will follow.
Simon Chauchard is an Assistant Professor of Government at Dartmouth College. His research focuses on political representation, India, comparative politics and ethnic politics. Recent works and current projects include: "Why Representation Matters: Ethnic Quotas and Interpersonal Relations in Rural India," "Looking Rich, Looking Criminal: An Experiment on the Impact of Politicians' Presentational Style on Voters' Evaluations," and "Can the Experience of Political Power by a Member of a Stigmatized Group Change the Nature of Day-to-day Interpersonal Relations? Evidence from Rural India." A copy of the working paper, "Can the Experience of Political Power by a member of a Stigmatized Group Change the Nature of Day-to-day Interpersonal Relations? Evidence from Rural India" is available for review on this page.
Watch the video from this event here.