Sources: Journals

Armed Forces and Society | November 26, 2022

The Parliament and Cooperative Oversight of the Indonesian Armed Forces: Why Civil–Military Relations in Indonesia is Stable but Still in Transition

Armed Forces &Society, Ahead of Print. Parliamentary oversight is a cornerstone of democratic control of the armed forces, but its influence on civil–military relations (CMR) remains underexplored. We argue that…

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Politics and Society | November 25, 2022

Fiscal Origins of Subnational Democracy: Evidence from Argentina

Politics &Society, Ahead of Print. Subnational governments are generally funded by fiscal rents, that is, transfers of centrally levied taxes. Existing literature concurs that fiscal federalism breeds rentierism and, consequently,…

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Africa Spectrum | November 25, 2022

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Administration and Society | November 23, 2022

Imagining an Otherwise Global Public Administration

Administration &Society, Ahead of Print. Global public administration remains an incomplete project with contested notions of its aims and objectives. Given its disputed nature we focus on developing a negative…

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Studies in Comparative International Development | November 23, 2022

The Role of Historical Malaria in Institutions and Contemporary Economic Development

Abstract This research examines the causal impact of institutional quality on economic development from a novel perspective. At the country level, we exploit variation in the natural malaria prevalence in…

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Administration and Society | November 22, 2022

Democracy at Risk: The Public Employee Freedom of Speech Crisis

Administration &Society, Ahead of Print. The article argues that the Pickering/Connick/Garcetti line of cases defining the First Amendment freedom of speech rights of public employees provides them little protection when…

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Journal of Conflict Resolution | November 22, 2022

When Do Imposed Sanctions Work? The Role of Target Regime Type

Journal of Conflict Resolution, Ahead of Print. A number of studies on sanction effectiveness have highlighted the importance of regime type and how it affects the sensitivity of sanctioned states…

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European Journal of International Relations | November 22, 2022

Feelings of (eco-) grief and sorrow: climate activists as emotion entrepreneurs

European Journal of International Relations, Ahead of Print. This article conceives of climate activists as emotion entrepreneurs to explain the emergence of particular emotional responses to climate change. Among these…

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American Politics Research | November 22, 2022

Public Attitudes Toward Immigration: Was There a Trump Effect?

American Politics Research, Ahead of Print. This paper examines public opinion about immigration policy in 2012 and 2016, seeking to understand whether there are meaningful differences in public opinion across…

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American Politics Research | November 21, 2022

The Impact of Police Killings on Proximal Voter Turnout

American Politics Research, Ahead of Print. This paper studies how spatial proximity to pre-election police killings affects voter turnout. I argue that incidents of police violence have neighborhood-level effects. Nearby…

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Journal of Conflict Resolution | November 18, 2022

International Negotiations in the Shadow of Elections

Journal of Conflict Resolution, Ahead of Print. Within a formal model of international agreements in the shadow of renegotiations and domestic competition, we highlight three important ways elections shape international…

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Studies in Comparative International Development | November 18, 2022

The Impact of Institutional Formation on Firms’ Strategic Choices in Knowledge Development, Absorptive Capacity and Vertical Integration

Abstract  This study examines the impact of institutional shifts on the strategic choices of Russian firms. It proposes and tests hypotheses of how a shift from a weak to a…

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Journal of Conflict Resolution | November 17, 2022

When Deterrence Backfires: House Demolitions, Palestinian Radicalization, and Israeli Fatalities

Journal of Conflict Resolution, Ahead of Print. Conflict points around the world involve government forces fighting terrorist groups. In this type of warfare, there is a danger that counterterrorist efforts…

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Africa Spectrum | November 16, 2022

Between Coups and Election: Constitutional Engineering and Military Entrenchment in Sudan

Africa Spectrum, Ahead of Print. This article investigates how armies re-entrench their power after thwarting democratic transitions. After the Sudanese military staged a coup in October 2021 and altered the…

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Foreign Trade Review | November 16, 2022

The J-Curve Effect in Services Trade: A Disaggregated Analysis

Foreign Trade Review, Ahead of Print. This article examines the relationship between the real exchange rate and the services trade balance in the UK using the quarterly data for the…

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American Politics Research | November 16, 2022

Perceived Local Population Dynamics and Immigration Policy Views

American Politics Research, Ahead of Print. How do perceptions of local immigrant populations influence immigration policy views? Building on findings that Americans may not accurately perceive population dynamics, we argue…

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European Journal of International Relations | November 15, 2022

Better than a bet: good reasons for behavioral and rational choice assumptions in IR theory

European Journal of International Relations, Ahead of Print. Behavioral IR is enjoying newfound popularity. Nonetheless, attempts to integrate behavioral research into the larger project of IR theory have proven controversial.…

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European Journal of International Relations | November 15, 2022

Superweapons and the myth of technological peace

European Journal of International Relations, Ahead of Print. In this article, I trace and critique the discourse of “The Superweapon Peace”—the long-standing and enduring idea that weapons of radical destructiveness,…

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Armed Forces and Society | November 15, 2022

Putting on the Blitz: Urgency and Department of Defense Communications in Times of Budget Shortfall

Armed Forces &Society, Ahead of Print. The existing theories of interaction between Congress and the Department of Defense (DOD) focus on elite-level principle-actor problems. However, the Department, as one of…

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American Politics Research | November 15, 2022

Do Partisans Always Like Their Inparty and Dislike Their Outparty? An Analysis of Partisans Across the Affective Spectrum

American Politics Research, Ahead of Print. What can American partisan affect groups tell us about different models of partisan affect over a recent snapshot in time? Moreover, what implications do…

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Alternatives | November 15, 2022

Race, Religion, and the Echoes of Status Insecurity in US Foreign Policy

Alternatives, Ahead of Print. This paper examines the racial and religious historical influences on US ontological insecurity in a time of perceived hegemonic decline. It explores the role of particular…

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Swiss Political Science Review | November 14, 2022

Place and Policy Preferences – Spatial Divides in Attitudes towards Social Policies in Germany

Abstract The rise of the knowledge economy has led to a bifurcation between prosperous, often urban, areas and “left-behind” regions. While the literature has started to analyse the political implications…

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American Politics Research | November 14, 2022

Putting the Political in Political Interest: The Conditional Effect of Politics on Citizens’ Interest in Politics

American Politics Research, Ahead of Print. Given that political interest is one of the best predictors of political participation, it remains curious that the causes of interest are undertheorized and…

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American Politics Research | November 14, 2022

Beyond Pan-Ethnicity: Responsiveness of Elected Officials to Asian American Subgroups

American Politics Research, Ahead of Print. Are American elected officials equally responsive to all Asian subgroups? Asian American is one of the major racial/ethnic groups in the United States and…

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Journal of Conflict Resolution | November 13, 2022

The New Terrain of Global Governance: Mapping Membership in Informal International Organizations

Journal of Conflict Resolution, Ahead of Print. We present a new dataset of membership in informal international organizations—IOs founded with non-binding instruments—which constitute one-third of operating IOs. We introduce state-IO-year–level…

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