Selected Working Papers

[1] “Beat Me If You Can: Electoral Dilemma and the Manipulation of Elections in Dictatorship” Under Review

  • An earlier version was published at the EIP/IDEA Working Paper Series
  • Winner of the 2014 IDEA/Electoral Integrity Project Award, the best graduate student paper award on electoral integrity, Electoral Integrity Project/International IDEA
  • Nominee for the Westview Press Award, the best graduate student paper award at the 2013 annual meeting of Midwest Political Science Association
  • Winner of the 2014 Best Paper Award, Political Science Department, Michigan State University

[2] “The Choice of Electoral Systems in Dictatorships.” (with Eric C.C. Chang) Under Review

[3] “The Peril of Parliamentarism: Executive Selection Systems and Democratic Transitions from Electoral Authoritarianism” Revise and Resubmit at Comparative Political Studies. (with Yuko Kasuya)

[4] “Monetary Constraints, Spending, and Autocratic Survival in Party-Based Regimes.” (with Cristina Bodea and Carolina Garriga) Revise and Resubmit at the Journal of Politics.

[5] “Political Business Cycles in Dictatorships.

[6] “Democratization and Human Development.” (with Susumu Annaka)

[7] “Electoral Cycles, Party Competition, and State Resources under Authoritarianism: Evidence from Kazakhstan, 1995-2008.”

[8] “Coup Risk and Fiscal Decisions in Developing Countries.” (with Cristina Bodea and Adrienne LeBas)

[9] “Political Order in Modernizing Autocracies: Elections and Armed Conflict under Dictatorships, 1960-2006.” (with Shin Toyoda)

[10] “Election Fraud and the Value of a Vote: A Cross-National Analysis.”

[11] “The Historical Origins of Long-Surviving Military Dictatorships: The Mode of Decolonization, Legitimacy Advantage, and Path Dependency.” (with Yuko Kasuya)

[12] “Does Time Heal Old Wounds? Electoral Cycles of Democratic Satisfaction and the Quality of Elections in Africa.” (with Nicholas Kerr)

 

 

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