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Michael Restivo, Ph. D.
Michael Restivo, Ph. D.
Associate Professor, SUNY Geneseo
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Field experiments of success-breeds-success dynamics
A Van de Rijt, SM Kang, M Restivo, A Patil
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (19), 6934-6939, 2014
2412014
Experimental study of informal rewards in peer production
M Restivo, A Van De Rijt
PloS one 7 (3), e34358, 2012
1142012
No praise without effort: experimental evidence on how rewards affect Wikipedia's contributor community
M Restivo, A van de Rijt
Information, Communication & Society 17 (4), 451-462, 2014
422014
The African Development Bank and women’s health: a cross-national analysis of structural adjustment and maternal mortality
C Coburn, M Restivo, JM Shandra
Social science research 51, 307-321, 2015
392015
Water, sanitation, and health in sub‑Saharan Africa: A cross-national analysis of maternal and neo-natal mortality
JM Sommer, JM Shandra, M Restivo, C Coburn
Human Ecology Review 22 (1), 129-152, 2015
382015
Do Commercial Debt‐for‐Nature Swaps Matter for Forests? A Cross‐National Test of World Polity Theory1
JM Shandra, M Restivo, E Shircliff, B London
Sociological Forum 26 (2), 381-410, 2011
342011
The hidden gender effect in online collaboration: An experimental study of team performance under anonymity
H Song, M Restivo, A van de Rijt, L Scarlatos, D Tonjes, A Orlov
Computers in human Behavior 50, 274-282, 2015
332015
The United States Agency for International Development and forest loss: A cross-national analysis of environmental aid
M Restivo, JM Shandra, JM Sommer
The Social Science Journal 55 (2), 171-181, 2018
292018
The United States, bilateral debt-for-nature swaps, and forest loss: A cross-national analysis
JM Sommer, M Restivo, JM Shandra
The Journal of Development Studies 56 (4), 748-764, 2020
282020
The World Bank, contradictory lending, and forests: A cross-national analysis of organized hypocrisy
JM Sommer, JM Shandra, M Restivo
International Sociology 32 (6), 707-730, 2017
242017
Appetite for destruction? China, ecologically unequal exchange, and forest loss
JM Shandra, M Restivo, JM Sommer
Rural sociology 85 (2), 346-375, 2020
222020
India, palm oil, and ecologically unequal exchange: A cross-national analysis of forest loss
JM Sommer, M Restivo, JM Shandra
Sociological Perspectives 63 (2), 312-332, 2020
172020
The African Development Bank and infant mortality: a cross-national analysis of structural adjustment and investment lending from 1990 to 2006
C Coburn, M Restivo, JM Shandra
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 56 (3-4), 275-296, 2015
172015
IMF structural adjustment, public health spending, and tuberculosis: A longitudinal analysis of prevalence rates in poor countries
G Maynard, EJ Shircliff, M Restivo
International Journal of Sociology 42 (2), 5-27, 2012
162012
Non-governmental organizations and deforestation: Reconsidering the cross-national evidence
JM Shandra, M Restivo, B London
International review of modern Sociology, 109-132, 2008
142008
The African Development Bank, organized hypocrisy, and maternal mortality: a cross-national analysis of sub-Saharan Africa
JM Sommer, JM Shandra, M Restivo, HE Reed
Sociology of Development 5 (1), 31-49, 2019
132019
The World Bank, Organized Hypocrisy, and Women's Health: A Cross‐National Analysis of Maternal Mortality in Sub‐Saharan Africa
C Coburn, HE Reed, M Restivo, JM Shandra
Sociological Forum 32 (1), 50-71, 2017
132017
Old Wine in a New Cask: Protest Cycles in the Age of the New Social Media
AI Aking, C Encina, M Restivo, M Schwartz
Whitehead J. Dipl. & Int'l Rel. 13, 89, 2012
132012
China, mining, and forests: A cross-national test of ecologically unequal exchange
JM Sommer, M Restivo, JM Shandra
The Sociological Quarterly 62 (2), 369-391, 2021
112021
Do China’s environmental gains at home fuel forest loss abroad?: A cross-national analysis
JM Shandra, M Restivo, JM Sommer
Journal of World-Systems Research 25 (1), 83-110, 2019
112019
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