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   A few of my recent outputs are listed below. This Blavatnik School page also tracks School-branded working papers, as well as some of my blogs, more prominent talks, media interviews, grey literature contributions, and so on.

   I update the below list periodically, adding full names (before the "et al") for single or joint first authors. Additional publications can be found on Google Scholar. I act as a reviewer for journals such as APSR, BMJ Global Health, EPSR, Health Affairs, Heliyon, Nature Communications, Nature Medicine, Nature Scientific Reports, PNAS, Political Psychology, Public Health, Science Advances and Socio Economic Review, and for national research funding agencies in several countries.


Selected gender, corruption and integrity publications


Selected Covid-related journal publications

  • Emily Cameron-Blake, Helen Tatlow, Bernardo Andretti, Thomas Boby, Kaitlyn Green, Thomas Hale, Anna Petherick et al. A panel dataset of COVID-19 vaccination policies in 185 countries.Nature Human Behaviour 7, 1402–1413 (2023)

  • Filipe Recch, Anna Petherick, Rachel Hinton, Radhika Nagesh, Rodrigo Furst, Rafael Goldszmidt. Education data needs and challenges for building back from COVID-19. Epidemics 43, 100673 (2023)

  • Lara Aknin, Bernardo Andretti, Rafael Goldszmidt, John Helliwell, Anna Petherick et al. Policy stringency and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic: a longitudinal analysis of psychological distress and life evaluations in 15 countries. The Lancet Public Health doi:10.1016/S2468-2667(22)00060-3 (2022)

  • Rafael Goldszmidt, Anna Petherick et al. Protective Behaviors Against COVID-19 by Individual Vaccination Status in 12 Countries During the Pandemic. JAMA Network Open 4 (10), e2131137-e2131137 (2021)

  • Anna Petherick, Rafael Goldszmidt et al. A worldwide assessment of changes in adherence to COVID-19 protective behaviours and hypothesized pandemic fatigue. Nature Human Behaviour 5 (9), 1145-1160 (2021)

  • Thomas Hale et al. A global panel database of pandemic policies (Oxford COVID-19 Government Response Tracker). Nature Human Behaviour 5 (4), 529-538 (2021)

Selected policy reports and working papers (see OxCGRT data and webpage for much more)

Selected presentations, blogs and media

  • Women in politics: formal and informal politics of women's representation and activism in Latin America. OxPol Blogcast, 16 November 2022

  • What scientists have learnt from Covid lockdowns. Nature, 609, 236-239 (quoted in feature article), 7 September 2022

  • The Oxford Quadrangle podcast (interview about the OxCGRT project), 22 March 2022

  • University of Oxford podcast, Collecting Covid: Oral histories (interview about running the OxCGRT data project and its research outputs), 20 December 2021

  • BBC Worldwide News & PBS, Outside Source (live interview about 'pandemic fatigue'), 20 December 2021

  • Ngaire Woods and Anna Petherick. The rich world’s super spreader shame. Project Syndicate, August 2021

  • Anna Petherick. Flagging vs. rising adherence: Making sense of varying protective behaviour observance since governments first enacted COVID-19 response policies. Nature blog: Behavioural & Social Sciences. August 2021

  • Presentation on gender and corruption: IPU-UN Annual Parliamentary Hearing, United Nations General Assembly Special Session against corruption (UNGASS 2021), 17 February 2021

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