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Lauren Young
Lauren Young
Associate Professor, UC Davis
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Buying, Expropriating, and Stealing Votes
I Mares, LE Young
Annual Review of Political Science 19, 267-288, 2016
2692016
The psychology of state repression: Fear and dissent decisions in Zimbabwe
LE Young
American Political Science Review 113 (1), 140-155, 2019
2332019
Saving Ghana from its oil: The case for direct cash distribution
T Moss, L Young
Center for Global Development, 2010
1172010
Conditionality & coercion: Electoral clientelism in eastern europe
I Mares, LE Young
Oxford University Press, 2019
992019
The core voter’s curse: Clientelistic threats and promises in Hungarian elections
I Mares, LE Young
Comparative Political Studies 51 (11), 1441-1471, 2018
862018
Anger and support for retribution in Mexico’s drug war
O García-Ponce, LE Young, T Zeitzoff
Journal of Peace Research, 2022
73*2022
Cooperation, information, and keeping the peace: Civilian engagement with peacekeepers in Haiti
GM Gordon, LE Young
Journal of Peace Research 54 (1), 64-79, 2017
722017
Social origins of dictatorships: Elite networks and political transitions in Haiti
S Naidu, JA Robinson, LE Young
American Political Science Review 115 (3), 900-916, 2021
682021
Who dissents? Self-efficacy and opposition action after state-sponsored election violence
LE Young
Journal of Peace Research 57 (1), 62-76, 2020
532020
Varieties of clientelism in Hungarian elections
I Mares, L Young
Comparative Politics 51 (3), 449-480, 2019
442019
Mobilization under threat: emotional appeals and pro-opposition political participation online
LE Young
Political Behavior 45 (2), 445-468, 2023
31*2023
Fear and citizen coordination against dictatorship
A Aldama, M Vásquez-Cortés, LE Young
Journal of Theoretical Politics 31 (1), 103-125, 2019
212019
Preying on the poor: The impact of repressive violence on citizen behavior
LE Young
Working paper, Columbia University, 2015
92015
From principles to practice: Methods to increase the transparency of research ethics in violent contexts
H Baron, LE Young
Political Science Research and Methods 10 (4), 840-847, 2022
82022
Moral reasoning and support for punitive violence: A multi-methods analysis
H Baron, LE Young, T Zeitzoff, JO Camarillo, O Garcia-Ponce
Unpublished Manuscript, 2021
52021
The psychology of political risk in autocracy
LE Young
April 5, 2017, 2017
52017
Did protests in Zimbabwe really go from ‘tweets to streets’?
LE Young
The Washington Post, 2016
52016
Do voters punish electoral malfeasance?
I Mares, L Young
32020
Repression and dissent in moments of uncertainty: Panel data evidence from Zimbabwe
A LeBas, LE Young
American Political Science Review 118 (2), 584-601, 2024
22024
Buying, expropriating and stealing votes
I Mares, L Young
A Research Agenda for Studies of Corruption, 55-74, 2020
22020
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