Forthcoming

Xun Cao and Hugh Ward. “Winning Coalition Size, State Capacity, and Time Horizons: An Application of  Modified Selectorate Theory to Environmental Public-goods Provision.” International Studies Quarterly

Elizabeth Carlson. “Ethnic Voting and Accountability: A Choice Experiment in Uganda.” World Politics

Gretchen Casper and Matthew C. Wilson. “Using Sequences to Model Crises.” Political Science and Research Methods

Seung-Whan Choi and James Piazza. “Internally Displaced Populations and Suicide Terrorism.” Journal of Conflict Resolution

William Clark and Matt Golder. “Big Data, Causal Inference, and Formal Theory: Contradictory Trends in Political Science.” PS: Political Science and Politics

Courtenay Conrad, Justin Conrad, James A. Piazza, and Jim Walsh. “Why Do Militaries Respond to Terrorism With Torture?” Foreign Policy Analysis

Simone Dietrich and Joseph Wright. “Foreign Aid Allocation Tactics and Democratic Change in Africa.” Journal of Politics                featured on the AidData blog

Abel Escriba-Folch, Covadonga Mesegeur, and Joseph Wright. “Remittances and Democratization.” International Studies Quarterly

Abel Escriba-Folch and Joseph Wright. “Human Rights Prosecutions and Autocratic Survival.” International Organization

Garrett Glasgow and Sona N. Golder. “A New Approach to the Study of Parties Entering Government.”  British Journal of Political Science

James Piazza. “Terrorist Suspect Religious Identity and Public Support for Harsh Interrogation and Detention Practices.” Political Psychology

Joseph Wright, Erica Frantz, and Barbara Geddes. “Oil and Autocratic Regime Survival.” British Journal of Political Science             featured on the Washington Post’s Monkey Cage blog

Vineeta Yadav and Bumba Mukherjee. The Politics of Corruption in Dictatorships. Cambridge University Press.

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