Paler Laura, Camille Strauss-Kahn & Kohran Kocak (2018), “Is Bigger Always Better? How Targeting Aid Windfalls Affects Capture and Social Cohesion”, in Comparative Political Science, forthcoming. (+Appendix)
Strauss-Kahn Camille (2018) “Hidden Figures: Food Aid Diversion in Darfur and South Sudan”
Strauss-Kahn Camille (2018), "Varying an Invariant: The Politics Behind the Practices in Aid Targeting”
Strauss-Kahn Camille (2018), “Bringing an Outside In: Policy Implications of the Theory of Targeting”
Strauss-Kahn Camille (2018), “Missing the Target: A Cross-Country Macro Perspective of Targeting Errors in Aid Programs”.
Strauss-Kahn Camille (2018), “I'd Rather Lose Than Let You Win: How Can Rivalry Between the Powerful Benefit the Powerless”.
Strauss-Kahn Camille (2018), “Just An Error? Moral Hazard in Reporting Adverse Outcomes of Targeted Aid Programs”.
With Yotam Margalit, Camille Strauss-Kahn (2016), “The Left-Right Bias: A new measure of political polarization”.
WORK IN PROGRESS
“National and class populism in Europe and Latin America”.
With Nora Keller, “Resilient Rebels: duration dependence of rebel victory in civil wars”.