Miquel Pellicer
Miquel Pellicer
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Islamist moderation without democratization: the coming of age of the Moroccan Party of Justice and Development?
E Wegner, M Pellicer
Democratization 16 (1), 157-175, 2009
692009
Socio-economic voter profile and motives for Islamist support in Morocco
M Pellicer, E Wegner
Party politics 20 (1), 116-133, 2014
48*2014
Electoral rules and clientelistic parties: a regression discontinuity approach
M Pellicer, E Wegner
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 8 (4), 339-371, 2013
322013
Left–Islamist opposition cooperation in Morocco
E Wegner, M Pellicer
British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 38 (3), 303-322, 2011
172011
The justice and development party in Moroccan local politics
M Pellicer, E Wegner
The Middle East Journal 69 (1), 32-50, 2015
152015
The mechanical and psychological effects of legal thresholds
M Pellicer, E Wegner
Electoral Studies 33, 258-266, 2014
152014
Perceptions of inevitability and demand for redistribution: Evidence from a survey experiment
M Pellicer, P Piraino, E Wegner
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 159, 274-288, 2019
11*2019
Hitting the glass ceiling: The trajectory of the Moroccan Party of Justice and Development
E Wegner, M Pellicer
Islamist mass movements, external actors and political change in the Arab …, 2010
112010
Hitting the glass ceiling: The trajectory of the Moroccan Party of Justice and Development
E Wegner, M Pellicer
Islamist Mass Movements, External Actors and Political Change in the Arab …, 2010
112010
Inequality persistence through vertical vs. horizontal coalitions
M Pellicer
Journal of Development Economics 90 (2), 258-266, 2009
92009
Is there strength in numbers?
M Pellicer, E Wegner, F Cavatorta
Middle East Law and Governance 7 (1), 153-168, 2015
82015
Inequality Traps in South Africa: An overview and research agenda
M Pellicer, V Ranchhod, M Sarr, E Wegner
Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit, 2011
82011
Inequality traps and human-capital accumulation in South Africa1
M Pellicer, V Ranchhod
Towards Employment-Intensive Growth in South Africa, 2016
72016
Towards employment-intensive growth in South Africa
A Black
Juta and Company (Pty) Ltd, 2016
62016
Who votes for Islamist parties-and why?
M Pellicer, E Wegner
DEU 1, 7, 2015
52015
Demand for redistribution in South Africa
E Wegner, M Pellicer
Special IARIW-SSA Conference on Measuring National Income, Wealth, Poverty …, 2011
52011
Education and allocation of skills in Tunisia: evidence from an education reform
T Pekkarinen, M Pellicer
IZA Journal of Labor & Development 2 (1), 14, 2013
42013
Altruism and its limits: the role of civil and political rights for American and French aid towards the Middle East and North Africa
M Pellicer, E Wegner
The Journal of North African Studies 14 (1), 109-121, 2009
42009
Teacher Pay and Educational Outcomes: Evidence from the Rural Hardship Allowance in Zambia
G Chelwa, M Pellicer, M Maboshe
South African Journal of Economics 87 (3), 255-282, 2019
32019
The evolution of returns to education in the Middle East and North Africa: Evidence from comparable education policy changes in Tunisia
M Pellicer
Economics of Education Review 62, 183-191, 2018
32018
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