Jassal, Nirvikar. "Does Victim Gender Matter for Justice Delivery? Police & Judicial Responses to Women's Cases in India." [Accepted, American Political Science Review]
Best Paper Award on Social and Economic Inequality at APSA (Class and Inequality Section), 2021.
Jassal, Nirvikar, and Hanif Qureshi. 2023. "Riots and Rapid Action: The Special Wing of the Central Reserve Police." Amit Ahuja & Devesh Kapur (Eds.), Internal Security in India: Violence, Order, and the State. New York: Oxford University Press.
Blair, Graeme, and Nirvikar Jassal. 2022. "Accessing Justice for Survivors of Violence Against Women.” Science 377 (6602): 150–51. [Perspectives]
Jassal, Nirvikar. 2020. “Gender, Law Enforcement, and Access to Justice: Evidence from All-Women Police Stations in India.” American Political Science Review 114 (4): 1035–54.
Sage Best Paper Award for the best paper in Comparative Politics presented at APSA, 2019.
Jassal, Nirvikar. 2021. “Segregation as Efficiency? Group-Specific Institutions in North India.” The Journal of Asian Studies 80 (3): 631–61.
Jassal, Nirvikar, and Pradeep Chhibber. 2019. “Crises of Institutional Legitimacy and Gender.” Asian Survey 59 (1): 85–97.
Chhibber, Pradeep, and Nirvikar Jassal. 2018. “The BJP, Economic Reform, and Contentious Politics.” Asian Survey 58 (1): 86–99.
WORKING PAPERS/ON-GOING PROJECTS
Do Women Prefer In-Group Officers? Survey and Experimental Evidence from India (with Sharon Barnhardt) [Revise & Resubmit, Comparative Political Studies]
Do Political Gender Quotas Affect Crime Registration? Evidence from a Randomized Policy Experiment (with Pascaline Dupas)
Overcoming Biases Against Coworkers: Experimental Evidence from Police Academies (with Aprajit Mahajan and Manisha Shah)
Co-Ethnicity and Law Enforcement: Evidence from Caste-Segregated Police Stations in India (with Shirley Cheng)
The Criminal Justice System in India (with Paul Novosad, Sam Asher, Elliott Ash)
Jassal, Nirvikar. Crime and Punishment in India: Gender, Ethnicity, and Criminal Justice.
Democracy in India [with Pradeep Chhibber and Irfan Nooruddin; contracted with Cambridge University Press]