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Maya Sen
Associate Professor of Public Policy
phone: (617)495-8628
Academic Journal/Scholarly Articles
The Political Ideologies of Law Clerks
Bonica, Adam, Adam S. Chilton, Jacob Goldin, Kyle Rozema, and Maya Sen. "The Political Ideologies of Law Clerks." American Law and Economics Review 19.1 (April 2017): 96-128.

Publication Categorized as: Political Philosophy, Theory, and Ethics, Criminal Justice, Law and Legal Institutions
 
The Political Ideologies of American Lawyers
Bonica, Adam, Adam S. Chilton, and Maya Sen. "The Political Ideologies of American Lawyers." Journal of Legal Analysis 8.2 (December 2016): 277-335.

Publication Categorized as: Political Philosophy, Theory, and Ethics, Criminal Justice, Law and Legal Institutions
 
Measuring Judicial Ideology Using Law Clerk Hiring
Bonica, Adam, Adam S. Chilton, Jacob Goldin, Kyle Rozema, and Maya Sen. "Measuring Judicial Ideology Using Law Clerk Hiring." American Law and Economics Review (November 2016).

Publication Categorized as: Criminal Justice, Law and Legal Institutions
 
Explaining Causal Findings Without Bias: Detecting and Assessing Direct Effects
Acharya, Avidit, Matthew Blackwell, and Maya Sen. "Explaining Causal Findings Without Bias: Detecting and Assessing Direct Effects." The American Political Science Review 110.3 (August 2016).

Publication Categorized as: Decision Sciences
The Political Legacy of American Slavery
Sen, Maya. "The Political Legacy of American Slavery." The Journal of Politics 78.3 (July 2016): 621-641.

Publication Categorized as: Poverty and Inequality, Civil Rights
 
Race as a ‘Bundle of Sticks’: Designs that Estimate Effects of Seemingly Immutable Characteristics
Sen, Maya, and Omar Wasow. "Race as a ‘Bundle of Sticks’: Designs that Estimate Effects of Seemingly Immutable Characteristics." Annual Review of Political Science 19 (May 2016).

Publication Categorized as: Poverty and Inequality, Civil Rights
 
Does Encouragement Matter in Improving Gender Imbalances in Technical Fields? Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial
Unkovic, Cait, Maya Sen, and Kevin M. Quinn. "Does Encouragement Matter in Improving Gender Imbalances in Technical Fields? Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial." PloS One 11.4 (April 2016).

Publication Categorized as: Poverty and Inequality, Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Class
 
HKS Faculty Research Working Paper Series
Measuring Judicial Ideology Using Law Clerk Hiring
Bonica, Adam, Adam Chilton, Jacob Goldin, Kyle Rozema, and Maya Sen. "Measuring Judicial Ideology Using Law Clerk Hiring." HKS Faculty Research Working Paper Series RWP16-031, July 2016.

Publication Categorized as: Criminal Justice, Law and Legal Institutions, Justice

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