Members of the graduate program are encouraged to conduct research in their fields of interest, and often team with faculty members to publish their work. Below are some recent examples of the published works of our graduate students.
Research Publications 2013
- Jo, Hyeran and Katherine Bryant. 2013. “Taming of the Warlords: Commitment and Compliance by Armed Opposition Groups in Civil Wars.” In Thomas Risse, Stephen Ropp, and Kathryn Sikkink’s (eds.) From Commitment to Compliance: The Persistent Power of Human Rights. Cambridge University Press.
Research Publications 2011
- Krasnopolsky, Peter, Ron Matthews and Wang Di. 2011. “Ukraine’s Defence-Industrial Disintegration”, Journal of Defence Studies, 11(2), 2011.
- Kenneth J. Meier and Tabitha S.M. Morton. 2011. “Representative Bureaucracy in a Cross-national Context: Politics, Identity, Structure and Discretion,” in Eckhard , Patrick von Maravic and B. Guy Peters, The Politics of Representative Bureaucracy: Power, Legitimacy, Performance.
- Lipsmeyer, Christine S. and Ling Zhu. 2011. “Immigration, Globalization, and Unemployment Benefits in Developed EU States.” American Journal of Political Science.
- Sasaoka, Shinya and Katsunori Seki. 2011. “Democracy and Quality of Life in Asian Societies.” Japanese Journal of Political Science. 12(3): 343-357.
- Taylor-Robinson, Michelle M., Nehemia Geva, Rhonda Struminger, and Pablo Paras. 2011. “What should congress members do? Using survey embedded experiments to study citizens’ clientelistic expectations in Mexico.” Revista Latino-Americana de Opinión Pública.
- Ura, Joseph Daniel and Erica M. Socker. 2011. The Behavioral Political Economy of Budget Deficits: How Starve the Beast Policies Feed the Machine. The Forum 9(2): Article 7.
Research Publications 2010
- Ross, Ashley, Stella M. Rouse, and Kathleen A. Bratton. 2010. “Latino Representation and Education: Pathways to Latino Student Performance.” State Politics and Policy Quarterly, 10(1): 69-95.