Gábor Nyéki

I am a senior research specialist at Princeton University’s politics department and an assistant professor at the African School of Economics. I received my PhD in economics from Duke University.

My research falls into labor economics, political economy, and development economics.

E-mail: gnyeki@princeton.edu. For more information, see my CV.

If you read Spanish, then my name is pronounced pretty close to how you would say gábor ñéki. It is written as [ˈɡaːbor ˈɲeːki] in IPA.

Working papers

Does Nonviolence Work? The U.S. Civil Rights Movement and Institutional Change. February 2020.

Work in progress

Network and Spillover Effects with Endogeneous Multidimensional Networks (with Rob Garlick and Kate Orkin).

Origins of the Demand for Education: Evidence from Early Schools in Nigeria (with Léonard Wantchékon and Dozie Okoye).

Image Concerns and Voting Order in Group Decisions (with Gergely Hajdu).