Books

Francesca R. Jensenius (2017). Social Justice through Inclusion:
The Consequences of Electoral Quotas in India. Oxford University Press
(abstract and reviews, replication material, google books preview, online access through Oxford Scholarship online).

Peer-reviewed articles

Htun, Mala, Francesca R. Jensenius and Jami Nelson-Nuñez (2019). Gender-Discriminatory Laws and Women’s Economic Agency. Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society (article, post-print, replication materials).

Jensenius, Francesca R., Mala Htun, David J. Samuels, David A. Singer, Adria Lawrence, and Michael Chwe (2018). “The Benefits and Pitfalls of Google Scholar.” PS: Political Science & Politics (article, post-print).

Francesca R. Jensenius and Gilles Verniers (2017). “Studying Indian Politics with Large-scale Data: Indian Election Data 1961–Today.” Studies in Indian Politics, Vol 5, Issue 2, pp. 269-275 (article, post-print, database).

Francesca R. Jensenius (2016). “Competing Inequalities? On the Intersection of Gender and Ethnicity in Candidate Nominations in Indian Elections.” Government and Opposition, vol 51, no. 3, pp. 440-463  (article, post-print, replication material).

Francesca R. Jensenius and Abby K. Wood (2016). “Caught in the Act but not Punished: on Elite Rule of Law and Deterrence.Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs, vol 4, no. 2, pp. 686-717 (article).

Francesca R. Jensenius  and Pavithra Suryanarayan (2015).“Fragmentation and Decline in India’s State Assemblies: A review 1967-2007.” Asian Survey, vol. 55, no. 5, pp. 862–881 (articlepost-print, replication data).

Francesca R. Jensenius (2015).“Development from Representation? A Study of Quotas for Scheduled Castes in India.”  American Economic Journal: Applied Economics,  vol 7, no. 3 pp. 196–220 (articlepost-print, online appendixreplication material).
This article was awarded the Chr. Michelsen Prize for outstanding development research 2016.

Francesca R. Jensenius (2015). “Mired in Reservations: The Path-Dependent History of Electoral Quotas in India.” Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 74, no. 1 (February), pp. 85-105 (article).

Francesca R. Jensenius (2014). “The Fieldwork of Quantitative Data Collection,” PS: Political Science and Politics, vol. 47, no. 2 , pp. 402 – 404 (article, full symposium).
Re-published in PS’s Virtual Issue: Navigating The Profession: Sage Advice From The Pages Of PS and in Navigating Political Science Professional Advancement & Success in the Discipline

Roselyn Hsueh, Francesca R. Jensenius and Akasemi Newsome (2014). “Fieldwork in Political Science:  Encountering Challenges and Crafting Solutions,” PS: Political Science and Politics,  vol. 47, no. 2 , pp. 391 – 393 (article, full symposium).
Re-published in PS’s Virtual Issue: Navigating The Profession: Sage Advice From The Pages Of PS and in Navigating Political Science Professional Advancement & Success in the Discipline

Chhibber, Pradeep, Francesca R. Jensenius and Pavithra Suryanarayan (2014). “Party Organization and Party Proliferation in India,” Party Politics, vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 489-505 (article, replication data, replication code).

Francesca Refsum Jensenius (2013). “Was the Delimitation Commission Unfair to Muslims?” Studies in Indian Politicsvol. 1, no. 2, pp. 213–229 (article, post-print, replication material).

Jensenius, Francesca Refsum (2012). “Political Quotas in India: Perceptions of Political Representation,” Asian Survey, vol. 52, no. 2, pp. 373-394 (article).

Fish, Steven, Francesca Refsum Jensenius and Katherine Michel (2010). “Islam and Large-Scale Political Violence: Is There a Connection?” Comparative Political Studies, vol. 43 no. 11, pp. 1327-1362 (article).

Book chapters

Jensenius, Francesca R. (2019). “India: A Contradictory Record” in Franceschet, Susan, Krook, Mona Lena, Tan, Netina (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Women’s Political Rights. London: Palgrave Macmillan (chapter, post-print, google books, replication material).

Jensenius, Francesca R. (2018). “Kinship in Indian politics: Dynasties, nepotism and imagined families.” In Kristin Haugevik and Iver B Neumann (eds.) Kinship in International Relations (pp. 138-153). London: Routledge (book, chapter).

Francesca Refsum Jensenius (2016). “A sign of backwardness? Where dynastic leaders are elected in India.” In Kanchan Chandra (ed.) Democratic Dynasties: State, Party and Political Families in India. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (chapter, google books, replication material).

Bhavnani, Rikhil R., and Francesca Refsum Jensenius (2015). “Socioeconomic Profile of India’s Old Electoral Constituencies, 1971-2001.” In Mohd. Sanjeer Alam and K.C Sivaramakrishnan (eds.) Fixing Electoral Boundaries in India: Laws, Processes, Outcomes and Implication for Political Representation. Delhi: Oxford University Press (chapter, replication material).

Book reviews

Jensenius, Francesca Refsum (2011). “Review Essay: Power and Influence in India,” Forum for Development Studies, vol. 38, no. 3, pp. 391-398 (articlepost-print).

Jensenius, Francesca Refsum (2011). “Intricacies of Empowerment,” Book Review, vol. XXXV, no. 3, pp. 59-60 (article).

Media coverage of my work and non-academic  publications are available here.