A sampling of work published by Princeton Politics PhD students:
Leif-Eric Easley & In Young Park (2016). "China’s norms in its near abroad: understanding Beijing's North Korea policy." Journal of Contemporary China, 25:101, 651-668,
Vinay Sitapati. (2016). Half-Lion: How P.V. Narasimha Rao Transformed India. Haryana, India: Penguin Books.
Elizabeth Baisley ( February 2016). "Reaching the tipping point? Emerging international human rights norms pertaining to sexual orientation and gender identity." Human Rights Quarterly.
Elizabeth Baisley (2014). "Genocide and constructions of Hutu and Tutsi in radio propaganda." Race & Class, 55(3), pp. 38-59.
Graeme Blair with Jason Lyall and Kosuke Imai. “Comparing and Combining List and Endorsement Experiments: Evidence from Afghanistan.” Forthcoming, American Journal of Political Science
Graeme Blair with Jason Lyall and Kosuke Imai. “Explaining Support for Combatants during Wartime: A Survey Experiment in Afghanistan.” Forthcoming, American Political Science Review
Graeme Blair with C. Christine Fair, Neil Malhotra, and Jacob N. Shapiro (2013), “Poverty and Support for Militant Politics: Evidence from Pakistan.” American Journal of Political Science 57(1): 30-48.
Graeme Blair and Kosuke Imai (2012). “Statistical Analysis of List Experiments,” Political Analysis 20: 47-77.
Winston Chou. Forthcoming. "Seen like a state: How illegitimacy shapes terrorism designation." Social Forces.
Killian Clarke with Jocelyn Viterna and Emily Clough, “Reclaiming the ‘Third Sector’ from ‘Civil Society’: A New Agenda for Development Studies,”Sociology of Development, forthcoming.
Killian Clarke, “Unexpected Brokers of Mobilization: Contingency and Networks in the 2011 Egyptian Uprising,” Comparative Politics, vol. 46 (no. 4), 2014: 379-97.
Michael Donnelly with Rafaela Dancygier. Sectoral Economies, Economic Contexts and Attitudes toward Immigration. 2013. Journal of Politics. 75(1): 17-35.
Michael Donnelly with Michael Becher “Economic Performance, Perceptions, and Retrospective Voting: Mechanisms of Electoral Accountability,” Forthcoming, Journal of Politics. 75(4), (2013)
Michael Donnelly with Rafaela Dancygier, Nancy Bermeo and Larry Bartels “Attitudes toward Immigration in Good Times and Bad in Mass Politics in Tough Times: Opinion, Votes and Protest in the Great Recession,” Eds. Chapter 6. New York: Oxford University Press. Forthcoming, (2013)
Benjamin Ewing, "The Political Legitimacy of Retribution: Two Reasons for Skepticism," (forthcoming in Law and Philosophy) (published "Online First," January 8, 2015).
Matteo Giglioli "Legitimacy and revolution in a society of masses: Max Weber, Antonio Gramsci, and the fin-de-siecle debate on social order" New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers. (2013)
Cody Gray, "Savior Through Severance: A Litigation-Based Response to Shelby County v. Holder," 50.1 HARV. C.R.–C.L. L. REV. (forthcoming 2015).
Sharanbir Grewal and Erik Voeten (2015). “Are New Democracies Better Human Rights Compliers?” International Organization 69(2).
Michael Hoffman and Amaney Jamal. "Religion in the Arab Spring: Between Two Competing Narratives". 2014. Journal of Politics 76:3, pp. 593-606.
Matthew Incantalupo with Benjamin Bishin, Thomas Hayes, and Charles Anthony Smith. “Opinion Backlash and Public Attitudes: Are Political Advances in Gay Rights Counterproductive?” Forthcoming. American Journal of Political Science.
Jason Iuliano, Jury Voting Paradoxes, 113 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 405 (2014)
Jason Iuliano, Do Corporations Have Religious Beliefs?, 90 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 47 (2015)
Adam P. Liff and Andrew S. Erickson, “Demystifying China’s Defence Spending: Less Mysterious in the Aggregate,” The China Quarterly, (Forthcoming, March 2014).
Adam P. Liff, “The Proliferation of Cyberwarfare Capabilities and Interstate War, Redux: Liff Responds to Junio,” Journal of Strategic Studies 36(1), February 2013.
Adam P. Liff, “Cyberwar: A New ‘Absolute Weapon’? Implications of the Proliferation of Cyberwarfare Capabilities for Interstate War,” Journal of Strategic Studies 35(3), June 2012.
Adam P. Liff and Hitoshi Tanaka, “East Asia and its Evolving Security Architecture,” in Rewiring Regional Security in a Fragmented World, edited by Chester A. Crocker, Fen Osler Hampson, and Pamela Aall, 415-436. Washington, D.C: United States Institute of Peace Press, 2011.
Adam P. Liff and Hitoshi Tanaka, “The Strategic Rationale for East Asia Community Building,” in East Asia at a Crossroads, edited by Jusuf Wanandi and Tadashi Yamamoto, 90-104. Japan Center for International Exchange, 2008.
Dinsha Mistree. "Party-Directed Corruption in the Developing World." Forthcoming, Comparative Politics.
Carlos Velasco Rivera with Hansen, Stephen, and Michael McMahon. 2014. “Preferences or Private Assessments on a Monetary Policy Committee?”. Journal of Monetary Economics 67: 16-32.