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J. D. Bowen Rethinking Democratic Governance: State-building, Autonomy, and Accountability in Correa's Ecuador. Journal of Politics in Latin America 7, no. 1 (2015): 83-110.
President's Research Fund, 2015.
Ellen Carnaghan From Balcony to Barricade: Mobilizing Citizens in Georgia, Ukraine, and Russia. Europe-Asia Studies 68, no. 9 (2016): 1579-1607.
Robert Cropf E-government for Public Managers: Administering the Public Sphere. Rowman & Littlefield, 2016.
Ethical Issues and Citizen Rights in the Era of Digital Surveillance. Information Science Reference, 2016. With Tim Bagwell.
I Stand with Henry: A Case Study of Social Advocacy Organization's Use of Social Media - How a Grassroots Organization Can Have a Voice in a Large Public Bureaucracy, in R. Lekoko, ed., Cases on Grassroots Campaigns for Community Empowerment and Social Change. IGI Global, 2015. With K. K. Loutzenhiser.
The Role of MNCs and Information Flow on Institutional Change. The Multinational Business Review 23, no. 2 (2015). With M. Kalliny, M. Benmamoun, and S. H. Kim.
Jim Gilsinan Use of Policy Theory in Prevention Policy Making. In Improving Health Through Prevention Policy. Oxford University Press, 2015. With S. Moreland-Russell and M. Zwald.
Discretionary Justice: A Comparison and Discussion of Criminal Prosecutions in the History of Major Financial Crimes. Journal of Financial Crime 22, no. 1 (2015). With M. Islam, N. E. Seitz, and J. E. Fisher.
Highly commended paper award at the International Symposium on Economic Crime, Jesus College Cambridge, UK, 2016.
Ruth Groff What Does the Doing: Powers, Things, and Powerful things, in Anne Sophie Meincke, Dispositionalism: Perspectives from Metaphysics and the Philosophy of Science. Synthese Library, forthcoming.
Sublating the Free Will Problematic: Powers, Agency and Causal Determination, Synthese (forthcoming).
Causal Mechanisms and the Philosophy of Causation, Journal for the Theory of Social Behavior (forthcoming).
The Ethical Contours of Thin Aristotelian Marxism. In Constructing Marxist Ethics. Brill, 2015.
Morgan Hazelton Sound the Alarm? Judicial Decisions Regarding Publication and Dissent. American Politics Research (2016). With R. K. Hinkle and J. S. Jeon.
Does Public Financing Affect Judicial Behavior? Evidence from the North Carolina Supreme Court. American Politics Research (2016). With J. M. Montgomery and B. Nyhan.
Neal Tate Best Paper in Judicial Politics Award, Southern Political Science Association, 2015.
Nori Katagiri What Democratization, Trade Expectations, and Military Power All Mean for the Future of Sino-U.S. Relations. Asian Security (2017).
Strategy and Grand Strategy for the Future of Asia. Asian Survey 6, no. 55 (2015).
Visiting Research Fellowship, Air Staff College, Japan Air Self-Defense Fund, 2016-2018.
Michelle Lorenzini Award from the International Student Federation for "15 years of exemplary service to the Atlas Program," 2016.
Wynne Moskop Spanish translation of "Justice As Friendship: An Aristotelian Perspective on Global and Local Justice." Justicia et Injusticias Espatiales, ed. B. Bret, et al. Rosario, Argentina: UNR Editora, Universidad Nacional de Rosario, 2016.
Steven Rogers National Forces in State Legislative Elections. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 667 (2016): 207-225.
Strategic Challenger Entry in a Federal System: The Role of Economic and Political Conditions in State Legislative Competition. Legislative Studies Quarterly 40, no. 4 (2015): 539-570.
Best Article Award, APSA State Politics and Policy Section, 2015.
President's Research Fund, 2015.
Emmanuel Uwalaka An Empirical Investigation of Attitudes and Beliefs toward the Resurgence of Traditional Titles and Honors among the Igbos. International Journal of the Humanities and Social Science 4, no. 13 (2014): 22-29.
Refugee Resettlement in St. Louis, Missouri: Race, Religion, and Identity. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science 4, no. 11 (2014): 207-216. With Hisako Matsuo, Kathryn Kuhn, Cynthia Weseel, Wala Almostadi, Thu Do, and Candace M. Ruocco.
Ken Warren The One That Got Away: Missouri's Break from Ultimate Swing State Status. In Swing-State Politics and Presidential Election. Rowman and Littlefield, 2015. With R. Jacob.
President's Research Fund, 2015.
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