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New APSR article “The Death Camp Eldorado: Political and Economic Effects of Mass Violence”

New APSR article “The Death Camp Eldorado: Political and Economic Effects of Mass Violence”  by Volha Charnysh, Princeton University, Evgeny Finkel, George Washington University Armed conflicts often involve massive redistribution of property through confiscation, looting, extortion, […]

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Public Employees as Politicians: Evidence from Close Elections

Public Employees as Politicians: Evidence from Close Elections by Ari Hyytinen, University of Jyväskylä, School of Business and Economics (JSBE), Jaakko Meriläinen, Stockholm University, Tuukka Saarimaa, VATT Institute for Economic Research, Otto Toivanen, Aalto University […]

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Economic Development, Mobility, and Political Discontent: An Experimental Test of Tocqueville’s Thesis in Pakistan

Economic Development, Mobility, and Political Discontent: An Experimental Test of Tocqueville’s Thesis in Pakistan By Andrew Healy, Layola Marymount University, Katrina Kosec, International Food Policy Research Institute, & Cecilia Hyuanjung Mo, Vanderbilt University We consider […]

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Does Democratic Consolidation Lead to a Decline in Voter Turnout? Global Evidence Since 1939

Does Democratic Consolidation Lead to a Decline in Voter Turnout? Global Evidence Since 1939 By Filip Kostelka, University of Montreal  This article challenges the conventional wisdom that democratic consolidation depresses voter turnout. Studying democratic legislative […]

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Marketing supplements for Building a New Imperial State: The Strategic Foundations of Separation of Powers in America

Building a New Imperial State: The Strategic Foundations of Separation of Powers in America by Sean Gailmard, University of California, Berkeley To the framers of the US Constitution, separation of powers was a bulwark of liberty. […]