American Political Science Review

Transparency, Protest, and Autocratic Instability

Transparency, Protest, and Autocratic Instability By James R. Hollyer, University of Minnesota, B. Peter Rosendorff, New York University and James Raymond Vreeland, Georgetown University The collapse of autocratic regimes is often brought about through large-scale […]

American Political Science Review

Racial Differences in Protest Participation

Racial Differences in Protest Participation By Peter K. Eisinger, University of Wisconsin, Madison Understanding of the phenomenon of political protest has been inhibited by the view that protest is fundamentally extraordinary or unconventional in character […]

American Political Science Review

Administrative Records Mask Racially Biased Policing

Administrative Records Mask Racially Biased Policing By Dean Knox, Princeton University and Will Lowe, Hertie School of Governance and Jonathan Mummolo, Princeton University Researchers often lack the necessary data to credibly estimate racial discrimination in […]