Discussion Rules
and Women’s
in Rural India

The Global Diversity Lab was delighted to host Professor Rachel Brulé (Boston University) this week for a presentation of her working paper “Discussion Rules Matter for Representation: Experimental Evidence from Rural India.” In this paper, co-authored with Simon Chauchard (UC3M) and Alyssa Heinze (UC Berkeley), Professor Brulé studies whether nudges that alter the rules of deliberation in local elected officials’ meetings can ensure that those elected to govern through quotas for typically-excluded groups (women in particular) actually shape government decisions.

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