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Submissions from 2022

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The Laboring of Black Politics: Decolonial Meditations on Claudia Jones, Derefe Kimarley Chevannes

Submissions from 2021

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A Global Analysis of Financial Crises and the Growth of Informal Economic Activity, Robert G. Blanton and Dursun Peksen

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Natural resource wealth and the informal economy, Robert G. Blanton and Dursun Peksen

Climate change, gender, and peace: Thinking differently in a brave new world?, Nicole Detraz and Sonalini Sapra

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What Motivates Reasoning? A Theory of Goal-Dependent Political Evaluation, Eric Groenendyk and Yanna Krupnikov

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Revisiting the Causal Links between Economic Sanctions and Human Rights Violations, Ryan Yu Lin Liou, Amanda Murdie, and Dursun Peksen

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Coercive Diplomacy and Economic Sanctions Reciprocity: Explaining Targets’ Counter-Sanctions, Dursun Peksen and Jin Mun Jeong

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Economic Globalization and Labor Rights: a Disaggregated Analysis, Dursun Peksen and Jacob M. Pollock

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The persistence of myth: Brazil’s undead ‘racial democracy’, Sharon Stanley

Submissions from 2020

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Confronting human trafficking: The role of state capacity, Robert G. Blanton, Shannon Lindsey Blanton, and Dursun Peksen

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Shadow Economies and the Success of Economic Sanctions: Explaining Why Democratic Targets Are Disadvantaged, Bryan R. Early and Dursun Peksen

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Intraparty polarization in american politics, Eric Groenendyk, Michael W. Sances, and Kirill Zhirkov

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Inclusive Masculinities, Homosexuality and Homophobia in German Professional Soccer, Matthias Kaelberer

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Jérôme Boateng, candy storms and outrage over a woman soccer announcer: German discourses on race and gender during the 2016 UEFA European Championship, Matthias Kaelberer

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Internal Conflicts and Shadow Economies, Dursun Peksen and Bryan Early

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Unbridled Stallions and Mad Bulls: Masculinity, Race, and Sexuality in Hemispheric Perspective, Sharon Stanley

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When and why is economic inequality seen as fair, Kris Stella Trump

Submissions from 2019

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The Impact of Globalization on Women's and Non-Women's Protest*, Sam R. Bell, Amanda Murdie, and Dursun Peksen

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Labor Laws and Shadow Economies: A Cross-National Assessment, Robert G. Blanton and Dursun Peksen

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Searching in the Shadows: The Impact of Economic Sanctions on Informal Economies, Bryan Early and Dursun Peksen

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Of Two Minds, But One Heart: A Good “Gut” Feeling Moderates the Effect of Ambivalence on Attitude Formation and Turnout, Eric Groenendyk

The conditional implications of partisan loyalty, Eric Groenendyk

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Domestic Institutional Constraints, Veto Players, and Sanction Effectiveness, Jin Mun Jeong and Dursun Peksen

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Gender trouble on the German soccer field: can the growth of women’s soccer challenge hegemonic masculinity?, Matthias Kaelberer

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Autocracies and Economic Sanctions: The Divergent Impact of Authoritarian Regime Type on Sanctions Success, Dursun Peksen

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Political effectiveness, negative externalities, and the ethics of economic sanctions, Dursun Peksen

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Pro-market economic policies and women’s economic wellbeing, Dursun Peksen

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When Do Imposed Economic Sanctions Work? A Critical Review of the Sanctions Effectiveness Literature, Dursun Peksen

Submissions from 2018

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The Gendered Consequences of Financial Crises: A Cross-National Analysis, Robert Blanton, Shannon Blanton, and Dursun Peksen

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Out of the shadows or into the dark? Economic openness, IMF programs, and the growth of shadow economies, Robert G. Blanton, Bryan Early, and Dursun Peksen

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Pro-Market Policies and Major Industrial Disasters—A Dangerous Combination?, Robert G. Blanton and Dursun Peksen

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Creolizing political speech: Toward Black existential articulations, Derefe Kimarley Chevannes

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“Women friendly⇝ spending? Welfare spending and women's participation in the economy and politics, Nicole Detraz and Dursun Peksen

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Creolizing political theory in conversation: Creolizing political theory: Reading Rousseau Through, Lewis R. Gordon, Anne Norton, Sharon Stanley, and Fred Lee

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Competing Motives in a Polarized Electorate: Political Responsiveness, Identity Defensiveness, and the Rise of Partisan Antipathy, Eric Groenendyk

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Economic Sanctions and Banking Crises in Target Economies, Emre Hatipoglu and Dursun Peksen

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The necessity of research-informed international relations: Announcing a new editorial team for international studies review, Amanda Murdie, Andrew P. Owsiak, Naji Bsisu, and Sam R. Bell

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Economic Sanctions and the Politics of IMF Lending, Dursun Peksen and Byungwon Woo

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Income Inequality Influences Perceptions of Legitimate Income Differences, Kris Stella Trump

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Does Inequality Beget Inequality? Experimental Tests of the Prediction that Inequality Increases System Justification Motivation, Kris Stella Trump and Ariel White

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The Promises and Pitfalls of 311 Data, Ariel White and Kris Stella Trump

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Black Lives Matter: Evidence that Police-Caused Deaths Predict Protest Activity, Vanessa Williamson, Kris Stella Trump, and Katherine Levine Einstein

Submissions from 2017

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Dying for Globalization? The Impact of Economic Globalization on Industrial Accidents, Robert G. Blanton and Dursun Peksen

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Gender and environmental (in)security: From climate conflict to ecosystem instability, Nicole Detraz

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In the Aftermath of Earth, Wind, and Fire: Natural Disasters and Respect for Women’s Rights, Nicole Detraz and Dursun Peksen

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Successful or Counterproductive Coercion? The Effect of International Sanctions on Conflict Intensity, Lisa Hultman and Dursun Peksen

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From Bern to Rio: Soccer and National Identity Discourses in Germany, Matthias Kaelberer

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Wal-mart goes to Germany: Culture, institutions, and the limits of globalizations, Matthias Kaelberer

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How do target leaders survive economic sanctions? The adverse effect of sanctions on private property and wealth, Dursun Peksen

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The impact of ILO conventions on worker rights: Are empty promises worse than no promises?, Dursun Peksen and Robert G. Blanton

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Neoliberal Policies and Human Trafficking for Labor: Free Markets, Unfree Workers?, Dursun Peksen, Shannon Lindsey Blanton, and Robert G. Blanton

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John Stuart Mill, Children's Liberty, and the Unraveling of Autonomy, Sharon Stanley

Submissions from 2016

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Economic liberalisation, market institutions and labour rights, Robert G. Blanton and Dursun Peksen

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The Effect of IMF Programs on Women’s Economic and Political Rights, Nicole Detraz and Dursun Peksen

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Economic sanctions and women’s status in target countries, A. Cooper Drury and Dursun Peksen

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The anxious and ambivalent partisan: The effect of incidental anxiety on partisan motivated recall and ambivalence, Eric Groenendyk

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Culture, communication and currency: Constructing a public sphere for the euro, Matthias Kaelberer

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Economic sanctions and official ethnic discrimination in target countries, 1950–2003, Dursun Peksen

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Sanctions and Alternate Markets: How Trade and Alliances Affect the Onset of Economic Coercion, Dursun Peksen and Timothy M. Peterson

Submissions from 2015

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Financial crises and labor: Does tight money loosen labor rights?, Robert G. Blanton, Shannon Lindsey Blanton, and Dursun Peksen

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The Impact of IMF and World Bank Programs on Labor Rights, Robert G. Blanton, Shannon Lindsey Blanton, and Dursun Peksen

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The two facets of social policy preferences, Charlotte Cavaillé and Kris Stella Trump

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Women and Contentious Politics: A Global Event-Data Approach to Understanding Women’s Protest, Amanda Murdie and Dursun Peksen

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Women’s rights INGO shaming and the government respect for women’s rights, Amanda Murdie and Dursun Peksen

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Economic coercion and currency crises in target countries, Dursun Peksen and Byunghwan Son

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The enduring challenge of racial integration in the United States, Sharon Stanley

Submissions from 2014

Environmental security and gender, Nicole Detraz

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Gender and international environmental politics, Nicole Detraz

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Evaluating climate migration, Nicole Detraz and Leah Windsor

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Neo-Kantianism and Coercive Diplomacy: The Complex Case of Economic Sanctions, A. Cooper Drury, Patrick James, and Dursun Peksen

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Women and economic statecraft: The negative impact international economic sanctions visit on women, A. Cooper Drury and Dursun Peksen

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Emotional rescue: How affect helps partisans overcome collective action problems, Eric W. Groenendyk and Antoine J. Banks

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Sovereign debt or balance of payments crisis? Exploring the structural logic of adjustment in the eurozone, Matthias Kaelberer

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The impact of human rights ingo shaming on humanitarian interventions, Amanda Murdie and Dursun Peksen

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Media-driven Humanitarianism? News Media Coverage of Human Rights Abuses and the Use of Economic Sanctions, Dursun Peksen, Timothy M. Peterson, and A. Cooper Drury

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Toward a reconciliation of integration and racial solidarity, Sharon Stanley

Submissions from 2013

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Gender and environmental security, Nicole Detraz

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The impact of human rights INGO activities on economic sanctions, Amanda Murdie and Dursun Peksen

Submissions from 2012

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Justifying Party Identification: A Case of Identifying with the "Lesser of Two Evils", Eric Groenendyk

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Does Foreign Military Intervention Help Human Rights?, Dursun Peksen

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Beyond the Target State: Foreign Military Intervention and Neighboring State Stability, Dursun Peksen and Marie O. Lounsbery

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The French Enlightenment and the emergence of modern cynicism, Sharon A. Stanley

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Can states buy peace? Social welfare spending and civil conflicts, Zeynep Taydas and Dursun Peksen

Submissions from 2011

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Threats or vulnerabilities? assessing the link between climate change and security, Nicole Detraz

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Current emotion research in political science: How emotions help democracy overcome its collective action problem, Eric Groenendyk

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Economic Sanctions and Human Security: The Public Health Effect of Economic Sanctions, Dursun Peksen

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Foreign military intervention and women's rights, Dursun Peksen

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Election night's alright for fighting: The role of emotions in political participation, Nicholas A. Valentino, Ted Brader, Eric W. Groenendyk, and Krysha Gregorowicz

Submissions from 2010

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The euro and the European demos: Money and community beyond the nation-state, Matthias Kaelberer

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Coercive Diplomacy and Press Freedom: An Empirical Assessment of the Impact of Economic Sanctions on Media Openness, Dursun Peksen

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Coercive or corrosive: The negative impact of economic sanctions on democracy, Dursun Peksen and A. Cooper Drury

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Why do civil wars occur? Understanding the importance of institutional quality, Zeynep Taydas, Dursun Peksen, and Patrick James

Submissions from 2009

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Environmental security and gender: Necessary shifts in an evolving debate, Nicole Detraz

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The genders of environmental security, Nicole A. Detraz

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Climate change and environmental security: For whom the discourse shifts, Nicole Detraz and Michele M. Betsill

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Better or worse? the effect of economic sanctions on human rights *, Dursun Peksen

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Economic Sanctions and Political Repression: Assessing the Impact of Coercive Diplomacy on Political Freedoms, Dursun Peksen and A. Cooper Drury

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Unraveling NATURAL Utopia: Diderot's supplement to the voyage of bougainville, Sharon A. Stanley

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Efficacy, emotions and the habit of participation, Nicholas A. Valentino, Krysha Gregorowicz, and Eric W. Groenendyk

Submissions from 2007

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When do economic sanctions work? Asymmetric perceptions, issue salience, and outcomes, Adrian U.Jin Ang and Dursun Peksen