Can Informed Voters Enforce Better Governance? Experiments in Low Income Democracies: Rohini Pande, January 2011: Paper: "This article evaluates a body of recent work which uses field and natural experiments to answer this question. A common finding in the literature is that voter behavior is malleable and that in- formation about the political process and politician performance improves electoral accountability. Limited availability of information thus provides one explanation for the persistence of low quality politicians and the existence of identity politics and electoral malpractices in low-income democracies..." Link