Publications by lab directors: 

Beesley, Celeste. 2016. “Euromaidan and the Role of Protest in Democracy.PS: Politics and Political Science 492, 2 (April): 244-49. ​​​

Brent Allred, Michael Findley, Daniel Nielson, and J.C. Sharman. “Anonymous Shell Companies: A Global Audit Study and Field Experiment in 176 Countries.” Journal of International Business Studies (forthcoming)

Michael J. Barber, Daniel M. Butler, and Jessica Robinson Preece. Conditionally accepted. “Gender and Campaign Finance: A Regression Discontinuity Approach.Quarterly Journal of Political Science. 

Bohle, Dorothee and Wade Jacoby. 2017. “Lean, Special, or Consensual? Vulnerability and External Buffering in the Small States of East-Central Europe.Comparative Politics 49, 2 (Jan) :191-212. 

Christensen, Raymond and Joel Selway. 2017. "Pork Barrel Politics and Electoral Reform: Explaining the Curious Differences in the Experiences of Thailand and Japan." Journal of Asian Studies 76, 2 (May): 283-310

Christopher Karpowitz, Quin Monson, and Jessica Preece. Conditionally accepted. “How to Elect More Women: Gender and Candidate Success in a Field Experiment.American Journal of Political Science. 

Michael G. Findley, Helen Milner, and Daniel L. Nielson. “The Choice among Aid Donors: The Effects of Multilateral vs. Bilateral Aid on Recipient Behavioral Support.” Review of International Organizations (forthcoming).

Goodlife, Jay and Darren Hawkins. 2015. “Dependence Networks and the Diffusion of Domestic Political Institutions.Journal of Conflict Resolution 61, 4 (July): 903 - 929.  

Joshua R. Gubler, Eran Halperin, and Gilad Hirschberger. 2015. “Humanizing the Outgroup in Contexts of Protracted Intergroup Conflict.”  Journal of Experimental Political Science 2, 1 (April): 36–46.

Gubler, Joshua R. and Nathan P. Kalmoe. 2015. “Violent Rhetoric in Protracted Group Conflicts: Experimental Evidence from Israel and India.” Political Research Quarterly 68, 4 (Dec): 651-664.

Gubler, Joshua R. and Joel Selway. 2016. “Considering the Political Consequences of Comparative Politics Experiments,” in Scott Desposato, ed. Ethics and Experiments: Problems and Solutions for Social Scientists and Policy Professionals. New York: Routledge.

Joshua R. Gubler, Joel S. Selway, and Ashutosh Varshney.  “Crosscutting Cleavages and Ethno-Communal Violence: Evidence from Indonesia in the Post-Suharto Era."  Published online as UNU-Wider Working paper 2016/129, and currently under review.

Adam Harris,* Helen Milner, Michael Findley, and Daniel Nielson. “Who Controls Foreign Aid? Elite versus Public Perceptions of Donor Influence in Aid-Dependent Uganda.” International Organization (forthcoming).

Hawkins, Kirk A. 2016. “Chavismo, liberal democracy, and radical democracy.Annual Review of Political Science 19, 1 (May): 311-329.

Hawkins, Kirk A. 2016. “Responding to radical populism: Chavismo in Venezuela.Democratization 23, 2 (Aug): 242-262.

Hawkins, Kirk A. and Rovira Kaltwasser, Cristóbal. 2017. “The Ideational Approach to Populism.” Latin American Research Review 52, 4 (Oct): 513–528. 

Hawkins, Kirk and Joel Selway. 2017. "Thaksin the Populist?" Chinese Political Science Review 2, 3 (Sep): 372–394. 

Kirk A. Hawkins​, Madeleine Read, and Teun Pauwels. 2018. “Populism and its Causes.” Oxford Handbook of Populism. Eds. Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser, Paul Taggart, Paulina Ochoa Espejo, and Pierre Ostiguy. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 

Reuben Hurst, Taylor Tidwell, Darren Hawkins. 2017. “Down the Rathole? Public Support for US Foreign Aid.International Studies Quarterly 61, 2 (June): 442–454. 

Jacoby, Wade. 2017. “Grand Coalitions and Democratic Dysfunction: Two Warnings from Central Europe.” Government and Opposition 52, 2 (month): 329-355. 

Jacoby, Wade and Martin Behrens. 2016. “‘Breaking up is hard to do’: German trade unions within the Social Democratic Party.Comparative European Politics 14, 3 (April): 273-297. 

Loidolt, Bryce and Quinn Mecham. 2016. “Parliamentary Opposition under Hybrid Regimes: Evidence from Egypt.Legislative Studies Quaterly 41, 4 (Nov): 997-1022.

Mecham, Quinn. 2017. Institutional Origins of Islamist Political Mobilization. Cambridge University Press. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Mecham, Quinn. 2017. “A Government of the Opposition: How Moroccan Islamists’ Dual Role Contributes to their Electoral Success.POMEPS Studies 26: Islam in a Changing Middle East - Adaptation Strategies of Islamist Movements, (April): 34-38. 

Helen Milner, Daniel Nielson, and Michael Findley. 2016. “Citizen Preferences and Public Goods: Comparing Preferences for Foreign Aid and Government Programs in Uganda.Review of International Organizations 11, 2 (June): 219-245.

Edwin Muchapondwa, Daniel L. Nielson, Bradley Parks, Austin M. Strange,* and Michael J. Tierney. 2016. “‘Ground-Truthing’ Chinese Development Finance in Africa: Field Evidence from South Africa and Uganda.Journal of Development Studies 52, 6 (April): 780-96. 

Nelson, Chad. 2017. “Why the Great Powers Permitted the Creation of an American Hegemon.Political Science Quarterly 132, 4 (Winter 2017-18): 685-718.

Nelson, Chad. 2017. “The Evolution of Norms: American Policy toward Revolution in Iran and Egypt.” Journal of Human Rights 16, 4 (August): 494-515.

Nelson, Chad. “Revolution and War: Saddam's Decision to Invade Iran.” Forthcoming, The Middle East Journal.

Preece, Jessica Robinson. 2016. “Mind the Gender Gap: The Influence of Self-Efficacy on Political Interest.Politics & Gender 12, 1 (March): 198-217.

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