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Publications from 2012

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Fragmented Legislatures and the Budget: Analyzing Presidential Democracies, Charles R. Hankla

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Possessive Individualism at 50: Retrieving Macpherson’s Lost Legacy, Peter Lindsay

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Rethinking the Political Economy of Decentralization: How Elections and Parties Shape the Provision of Local Public Goods, Raúl A. Ponce Rodriguez, Charles R. Hankla, Jorge Martinez-Vazquez, and Eunice Heridia-Ortiz

Publications from 2011

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The Efficiency of Institutions: Political Determinants of Oil Consumption in Democracies, John S. Duffield and Charles R. Hankla

Publications from 2010

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Decentralization, Governance, and the Structure of Local Political Institutions: Lessons for Reform?, Charles R. Hankla and William M. Downs

Publications from 2007

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The Multidimential Impact of Proportionality: Electoral Districts and Deficit Spending, Charles Robert Hankla

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Iraq the Vote: Retrospective and Prospective Foreign Policy Judgments on Candidate Choice and Casualty Tolerance, Jason Reifler, Christopher Gelpi, and Peter Feaver

Publications from 2006

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Foreign Policy and the Electoral Connection, John Aldrich, Christopher Gelpi, Peter D. Feaver, Jason Reifler, and Kristin Thompson Sharp

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Party Linkages and Economic Policy: An Examination of Indira Gandhi’s India, Charles R. Hankla

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Parties and Patronage: A Comparative Analysis of the Indian Case, Charles Robert Hankla

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Party Strength and International Trade: A Cross National Analysis, Charles Robert Hankla

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Casualties, Polls, and the Iraq War, Jason Reifler and Christopher Gelpi

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Success Matters: Casualty Sensitivity and the War in Iraq", Jason Reifler, Christopher Gelpi, and Peter Feaver

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A View from the Top: International Politics, Norms and the Worldwide Growth of NGOs, Kim D. Reimann

Publications from 2005

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Up to No Good? Recent Critics and Critiques of NGOs, Kim D. Reimann

Publications from 2003

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Lincoln on Secession, Peter Lindsay and Christopher Heath Wellman

Publications from 2002

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Building Networks from the Outside In: Japanese NGOs and the Kyoto Climate Change Conference, Kim D. Reimann