M. Dodlova and S. Beierl (2022) Public Work Programmes and Cooperation for the Common Good: Evidence from Malawi. European Journal of Development Research, forthcoming
M. Dodlova, G. Zudenkova (2021), "Incumbents' Performance and Political Extremism". Journal of Public Economics, 201.
M. Dodlova and V. Lucas (2021), Regime Security and Taxation in Autocracies: Who is Taxed and How? European Journal of Political Economy, 67.
M. Dodlova, A. Giolbas and J. Lay (2018), Non-Contributory Social Transfer Programmes in Developing Countries: A New Data Set and Research Agenda. Data in Brief, 16: 51-64. Previous version: GIGA Working Paper #290. DOI: 10.1016/j.dib.2017.10.066.
M. Dodlova, A. Giolbas and J. Lay (2017), Social Transfers and Conditionalities under Different Regime Types. European Journal of Political Economy, 50C: 140-155. DOI: 10.1016/j.ejpoleco.2017.10.001.
M. Dodlova, M. Grimm, J. Lay (2015), Constrained Firms, not Subsistence Activities: Evidence on Capital Returns and Accumulation in Peruvian Microenterprises. Labour Economics, Vol. 33, p. 94-110. DOI: 10.1016/j.labeco.2015.01.006.
M. Dodlova, M. Yudkevich (2009), Gift Exchange in the Workplace. Human Resource Management Review, Vol. 19(1), p. 23-38. DOI: 10.1016/j.hrmr.2008.11.001.
Dodlova, Marina (2019): International Donors' Impacts on Social Policy Diffusion in Developing Countries. In: C. Schmitt (Hg.): Social Protection in the Global South: Understanding the Role of External Actors: Palgrave Macmillan.
Dodlova, Marina (2019): Operational Note #2: Targeting. Guidance Package on Social Protection across the Humanitarian-Development Nexus. Hg. v. European Commission.
Dodlova, Marina; Giolbas, Anna; Lay, Jann (2016): Non-Contributory Social Transfer Programmes (NSTP) in Developing Countries Data Set. In collaboration with Sinja Bahler, David Immer, Sophia Schneidewind and Felicitas von Campenhausen.