Projects in Progress:
- "Women in Electoral Politics: An Account of Exclusion." 2020. In Pakistan's Political Parties: Against All Odds, edited by Niloufer Siddiqui, Mariam Mufti and Sahar Shafqat. Georgetown University Press. [unofficial copy]
- Hutchinson, Annabelle, Sarah Khan and Hilary Matfess. 2022. “Childcare, Work and Household Labor During.a Pandemic: Evidence on Parents' Preferences in the United States” Journal of Experimental Political Science. 1-19. doi: 10.1017/XPS.2022.24 [link, PDF]
- Hartman, Alexandra, Sarah Khan, Milli Lake, Sabrina Karim, Ali Cheema, Asad Liaqat and Shandana Khan Mohmand. "Field Experiments on Gender: Where the Personal and Political Collide" PS: Political Science & Politics. 1-5. doi: 10.1017/S1049096522000415 [link]
- Cheema, Ali, Sarah Khan, Asad Liaqat and Shandana Khan Mohmand. 2022. "Canvassing the Gatekeepers: A Field Experiment to Increase Women Voters' Turnout in Pakistan" American Political Science Review. 1-21. doi: 10.1017/S0003055422000375 [link, PDF]
- Coverage: Yale News
- “Making Policing Work for Women in Gender Segregated Societies: Evidence from Pakistan” (with Ali Cheema, Ahsan Zia Farooqi and Jacob Shapiro)
- “COVID-19 Vaccination in the Global South: Comparative Evidence on Attitudes and Decision-making from Pakistan and Nigeria” (with Damilola T. Agbalajobi, Martin Atela, Ali Cheema, Shandana Khan Mohmand and Oyewole Adekunle Oladapo)
- “Income shocks, women’s agency, and the gendered impact of COVID-19 in Lahore, Pakistan” (with Ali Cheema & Shandana Khan Mohmand)
- “Count Me Out: Gendered Preference Expression in Pakistan” Previously titled: “Personal is Political: Prospects for Women's Substantive Representation in Pakistan”
- “The Empty Promise of Urbanization: Women's Political Participation in Pakistan” (with Ali Cheema, Asad Liaqat, Shandana Khan Mohmand and Shanze Fatima Rauf).
- “(When) Can Governments Change Norms around Violence Against Women" (With Macartan Humphreys & Summer Lindsey)
- "What Women Want: Gender Gaps in Political Preferences." 2017. In CP: Newsletter of the Comparative Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association edited by Matt Golder and Sona Golder. 27(1): 42-49.
- "Ladies Log: Review of Tarini Bedi's 'The Dashing Ladies of Shiv Sena'" for South Asia Summer Reading Group 2019.
- "Where's the Resistance at? Review of Aasim Sajjad Akhtar's 'Politics of Common Sense'" for South Asia Summer Reading Group 2018.
Projects in Progress:
- Women's Action Committees and Local Services in Pakistan (with Ali Cheema, Shandana Khan Mohmand and Solédad Prillaman ) Part of EGAP Metaketa V)