Pellicer, M., E. Wegner and A. de Juan, “Preferences for the Scope of Protest” (2020), Political Research Quarterly, https://doi.org/10.1177/1065912920905001
Pellicer, M., R. Assaad, C. Krafft and C. Salemi (2020), “Grievances or Skills? The Effect of Education on Youth Political Participation in Egypt and Tunisia”, International Political Science Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/0192512120927115
Chelwa, G. M. Pellicer and M. Maboshe (2019), “The impact of teacher pay on the quality, retention and productivity of teachers in Zambia”, South African Journal of Economics, 87(3), pp. 255-282.
Pellicer, M.,P. Piraino, and E. Wegner (2019), “Perceptions of Inevitability and Demand for Redistribution: Evidence from a Survey Experiment”, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 159: 274–288.
Pellicer, M. and P. Piraino (2019), The effect of non-personnel resources on educational outcomes: Evidence from South Africa Economic Development and Cultural Change, 67(4): 907–934
Pellicer, M. (2018) “The evolution of returns to education in the Middle East and North Africa: Evidence from comparable education policy reforms in Tunisia”, Economics of Education Review 62, pp.183-191.
Pellicer, M. and E. Wegner “Quantitative Research in the MENA Political Science” (2018), in Cavatorta, F. and Clark, J. (eds.) Doing Political Science Research in the Middle East and North Africa: Methodological and Ethical Challenges, Oxford University Press
Pellicer. M, and V. Ranchhod, Inequality traps and human-capital accumulation in South Africa (2016), in Black, A. (ed.) Towards employment intensive growth in South Africa, UCT Press
Pellicer, M. and E. Wegner “The Justice and Development Party in Moroccan Local Politics.” (2015). The Middle East Journal 69.1: 32-50.
Pellicer, M. and E. Wegner “The mechanical and psychological effects of legal thresholds” (2014), Electoral Studies, 33, pp.258-66, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.electstud.2013.07.008
Pekkarinen, T. and M. Pellicer, “Education and Allocation of Skills in Tunisia: Evidence from an Education Reform” (2013, with Tuomas Pekkarinen), IZA Journal of Labor and Development, 2(14), doi: 10.1186/10.1186/2193-9020-2-14.
Pellicer, M. and E. Wegner “Electoral Rules and Clientelistic Parties: A Regression Discontinuity Approach” (2013), Quarterly Journal of Political Science, 8(4), pp. 339-371
Pellicer, M. and E. Wegner “Socio-Economic Voter Profile and Motives for Islamist Support in Morocco” (2012), Party Politics, March 15, 2012, doi: 10.1177/1354068811436043.
Pellicer, M. “Inequality Persistence through Vertical vs. Horizontal Coalitions” (2009). Journal of Development Economics , 90(2), pp. 258-266
Wegner, E. and M. Pellicer, “Islamist Moderation Without Democratization. The Coming of Age of the Moroccan Party of Justice and Development?” (2009, with Eva Wegner). Democratization 16(1), pp. 157-175
Pellicer, M. “Financial Market Access and Capital Income Inequality” (2009) Czech Journal of Economics and Finance, 58(11-12), pp. 554-575
Pellicer, M. and E. Wegner “Altruism and its Limits: The Role of Civil and Political Rights for American and French Aid towards the Middle East and North Africa”, (2009, with Eva Wegner). Journal of North African Studies, 14:1
“Who votes for Islamist parties and why?” (2014). GIGA Focus International Edition English, 01/2015
“’Hitting the glass ceiling: The trajectory of the Moroccan Party of Justice and Development”, (2010 with Eva Wegner), in Islamist Mass Movements, External Actors and Political Change in the Arab World. Research Report published by International Idea, Centro Studi di Politica Internazionale, and Istituto Affari Internazionali, Italy, pp.23-50.
“Prospects for a PJD-USFP alliance in Morocco” (2010, with Eva Wegner). IPRIS Maghreb Review, August/ September, pp. 1-2
“Morocco’s Local Elections: With A Little Help from my friend” Cidob Notes Internacionals no 3 (2009, with Eva Wegner)