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Recent articles by BU authors

Can Business Rights Alleviate Group-Based Inequality in Sub-Saharan Africa? Understanding the Limits to Reform
Scott D. Taylor
The Journal of Development Studies, 55, 2019 (3), 420-436

Liberalization by inertia: The politics of land reform under Zambia's movement for multiparty democracy, 1991-2011
Taylor, SD

On Pan‐Africanism and Secession: Thinking Anti‐Colonialism from South Sudan
Mondesire, Zachary
Transforming anthropology, 2021, Vol.29 (1), p.29-42

Eastbound and down: The United States, NATO enlargement, and suppressing the Soviet and Western European alternatives, 1990-1992
Shifrinson, Joshua R. Itzkowitz
Journal of strategic studies, 2020-11-09, Vol.43 (6-7), p.816-846

Competence versus Priorities: Negative Electoral Responses to Education Quality in Brazil.
Boas, Taylor C.; Hidalgo, F. Daniel; Toral, Guillermo
The Journal of politics, 2021, Vol. 83 (4), p.1417-1431

Perceptions of Public Health Priorities and Accountability Among US Mayors.
Luisa Godinez Puig; Katharine Lusk; David Glick; Katherine L. Einstein; Maxwell Palmer; Stacy Fox; Monica L. Wang
Public health reports2021, Vol.136 (2), p.161-171 

The Effects of Dehumanizing Attitudes about Black People on Whites’ Voting Decisions 
Jardina, Ashley ; Piston, Spencer 
British journal of political science2021, p.1-23 

Age is measured with systematic measurement error in developing country surveys: A diagnosis and analysis of consequences.
Rosenzweig, Steven C.  
Research & politics2021, Vol.8 (3) p.1-8

Organizing for performance: coalition effectiveness on the battlefield 
Cappella Zielinski, Rosella ; Grauer, Ryan 
European journal of international relations, 2020, Vol.26 (4), p.953-978 

Do Mayors Run for Higher Office? New Evidence on Progressive Ambition 
Katherine Levine Einstein, David Matthew Glick, Maxwell Palmer, Pressel, Robert J.
American politics research2020, Vol.48 (1), p.197-221 

COVID ‐19, nationalism, and the politics of crisis: A scholarly exchange.
Woods, Eric Taylor ; Schertzer, Robert ; Greenfeld, Liah ; Hughes, Chris ; Miller‐Idriss, Cynthia 
Nations and nationalism2020, Vol.26 (4), p.807-825

Nationalism and Protest
Liah Greenfeld
SAIS Review of International Affairs, 2020 Vol.40,(2), p.5-14

How Neomercantilist Japan Became a Leading Defender of Economic Openness. 
Grimes, William W. 
Asia policy2020, Vol.27 (4), p.146-149 

Foreign direct investment screening and congressional backlash politics in the United States 
Canes-Wrone, Brandice, Mattioli, Lauren, Meunier, Sophie 
British journal of politics & international relations, 2020, Vol.22 (4), p.666-678 

The Pleasure(s) of Freedom.
Lida Maxwell
Theory & Event, 2020, Vol. 23 (1), p. 207-214

Theorizing institutional change and governance in European responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Schmidt, Vivien A. ;  
Journal of European Integration, 2020 Vol. 42, (8) , p. 1177-1193


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