Guy Grossman Receives Best Conference Paper Award

Guy Grossman

Guy Grossman, Associate Professor of Political Science, coauthored a paper that received the Best Conference Paper Award from PolNet, a section of the American Political Science Association.

Grossman, along with Romain Ferrali, a postdoctoral associate at  New York University Abu Dhabi; Melina R. Platas, an assistant professor of political science at New York University Abu Dhabi; and Jonathan Rodden, a professor of political science at Stanford University, authored the paper, "It Takes a Village: Peer Effects and Externalities in Technology Adoption.” The paper offers a novel theoretical development linking together two strands of research: how networks shape our behavior, and the degree to which technology can improve government outcomes and civic engagement.

 

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