Longhorn 2014 APSA Papers

Bethany Albertson, “Anxiety and Trust when the Issues are Partisan” (with Shana Gadarian).

Huseyin Alptekin, “Social Movements on the Rise: An Analysis of the Taksim Gezi Parki Protest in Turkey.”

Brian Arbour, “The Rise of the Appalachian Republicans: Party Realignment and Unhyphenated Americans.”

Katherine Bersch, “The Politics of Partisanship in the Brazilian Civil Service” (with Sérgio Praça, and Matthew M. Taylor).

Abby Blass, “Weak Review, Strong Courts: Judicial Institutions and Influence in the US, France, and UK.”

Dan Brinks, “Beyond the Façade: Institutional Engineering and Potemkin Courts in Latin America, 1975-2009.”

Clare Brock, “Lobbyists and Legislators: Bribery or Best Friends?”

Steven Brooke, “Clients of Islam: When Religious Work Shapes Political Behavior.”

Jason Brownlee, “The Limits of US Intervention in Libya, Syria, and Iraq.”

Bruce Buchanan, “Citizen Oversight of Presidential Performance.”

Matt Buehler, “Co-optable Coalitions? The Success and Failure of Left-Islamist Alliances in Tunisia, Morocco, and Mauritania.”

Kody Cooper, “Daddy Issues: Locke on Paternity Natural, Artificial, and Divine.”

Zach Elkins, “Experimental Test of the Micro-foundations of Policy Diffusion.”

Laura Field, “Blind Injustice: Anonymity and Accountability in Modern Democracies” (with Richard Boyd).

Michael Findley, “Electing to Develop: A Field Experiment on Legislators’ Endorsements of Aid Promoting Public Gods in 90 Countries.”

Michael Findley, “The Hollywood Effect: How Dramatic Depictions of Torture Affect Support or Opposition” (with Erin Kearns).

Peter Harris, “Global Gatekeepers: How Great Powers Respond to Rising States.”

Danny Hayes, “How Uncompetitive Elections and Media Consolidation Impoverish the News and Imperil Democracy” (with Jennifer Lawless).

Carly Herold, “Virtue, Irrationality, and the Foundation of a Republican Regime.”

Stephanie Holmsten, “Political Parties and the Election of Ethnic Minorities” (with Melanie Hughes).

Wendy Hunter, “From the Estado Novo to Brazil in a Global Era: Changing Directions in Brazilian Social Policy.”

Sharon Jarvis, “Gate-keeping vs. News-seeking: The Partisan Nature of Front Page vs. Online News.”

Riitta-Ilona Koivumaeki, “Rationalizing Not Nationalizing: The Politics of Expropriation in Latin America 1985-2012.”

Dana El Kurd, “Public Expression in Saudi Arabia: A Survey Experiment” (with Sean Ingham and Ines Levin).

Anna Law, “Relegated to the Margins: Federal Immigration Policy in the 19th Century”

David Leal and Joanne Ibarra, “How Latinos Became … ? Exploring the Future of Latino Racial-Ethnic Identification.”

Jonathan Lewallen, “The Role of Committees in a Party-Driven Congress.”

Jonathan Lewallen, Sean Theriault, and Bryan Jones titled, “Congressional Dysfunction and the Decline of Problem Solving.”

Amy Liu, “Public Attitudes toward Chinese Foreign Direct Investment: Evidence from Central and Eastern Europe.”

Xiaobo Lü, “Does Performance Matter? Evaluating the Institution of Political Selection along the Chinese Administrative Ladder” (with Pierre Landry and Haiyan Duan).

Xiaobo Lü, “Social Policymaking in Authoritarian Institutions: The Evolution of Delegates’ Behaviors in the National Assemblies (1983 – 2007)” (with Mingxing Liu).

Raúl Madrid, Regina Goodnow, and Robert Moser, “Ethnicity and Gender Representation in New Democracies.”

John P. McIver, “A Culture of Violence? Newspaper commentary on the politics of guns & violence.”

Pete Mohanty, “Beyond Symbolism vs. Realism: the Composition of Public Opposition to Immigration.”

Ashley Moran, “Constitutionalism in New Democracies: The Case of the Federal Supreme Court of Iraq.”

Robert Moser, “Less is Not More: The Insufficiency of Current Data for Understanding the Relationship between Social Diversity and Party System Development” (with Heather Stoll and Ethan Scheiner).

Rachel Navarre, “The Politics of Immigration Amnesty.”

Shannon Bow O’Brien, “Talking Through Your Issues: Comparing Social Security Reform and Health Care Reform in the Bush and Obama Administrations.”

Jessica Price, “Demanding Rights: How Strategy Rather than Identity Motivates Rights-based Protest by Ethnic Minorities.”

Matthew Rhodes-Purdy, “Latent Condition Qualitative Comparative Analysis: A Mixed Method for Qualitative Analysis” (with Fernando Rosenblatt).

Brian Richter, “Firms’ Lobfying Eforts when Earmarking is Limited” (with Jeffrey Timmons).

Christian Sorace, “Great Leap Forward Reconstruction: China’s Ambitious Urbanization Plan for Post-Earthquake Dujiangyan.”

Natasha Borges Sugiyama, “Institutional Effects of Social Policy Reform: Lessons from Brazil.”

Mine Tafolar, “The Case of Conditional Cash Transfers in Turkey.”

Sean Theriault, “Partisan Warriors: The Ugly Side of Party Polarization in Congress.”

Rachel Wellhausen, “Revenue Cushions: Delayed FDI Entry Forestalls Expropriation.”

Rachel Wellhausen, “Modern Day Merchant Guilds: Supply Chain Complexity and Informal Property Rights Enforcement” (with Leslie Johns).

Timothy Werner, “Blacklisted Benefactors: The Political Contestation of Nonmarket Strategy” (with Mary-Hunter McDonell”.

Allison White, “Electoral Fraud or Electoral Geography? Explaining Dominant Party Strength and Opposition Party Weakness in Russia.”

David Williams, “The Substantive Elements of Rousseau’s General Will.”

Christopher Wlezien, “Political Institutions and Opinion-Policy Links: Preliminary Evidence from the CSES” (with Stuart Soroka).

Christopher Wlezien, “Forecasting House Seats from Generic Congressional Polls: The 2014 Midterm Election” (with Joseph Bafumi and Robert Erikson).

Scott Wolford, “The Survival and Breakdown of Victorious Coalitions.”

Scott Wolford, “Warant Enforcement and the Eficacy of International Criminal Tribunals” (with Emily Ritter).

Michelle Whyman and Trey Thomas, “Attribute Uncertainty and the U.S. Financial Crisis.”