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Autocratization by Decree: States of Emergency and Democratic Decline
This research was supported by Vetenskapsradet [grant number 2018-016114], PI: Anna Lu hrmann and European Research Council, Grant 724191, PI: Staffan I. Lindberg, V-Dem Institute, University ofExpand
Emergency Powers in Democracies and International Conflict
Scholars argue that institutions in democracies constrain leaders and prevent international conflict. However, many democracies specify rules of governance in times of emergency that divertExpand
Domestic uncertainty, third-party resolve, and international conflict
Uncertainty about resolve is a well-established rationalist explanation for war. In addition to estimating the resolve of immediate rivals, leaders choose their actions in a crisis based onExpand
Political turnover, regime type, and investment behavior
ABSTRACT Firms and individuals condition their investment choices on domestic political factors in host countries. Existing research describes how government preferences and policy choices influenceExpand
Emergency powers in democratic states: Introducing the Democratic Emergency Powers dataset
  • B. Rooney
  • Political Science
  • Research & Politics
  • 1 October 2019
This article discusses the content and causes of emergency powers in democratic states. It makes two main contributions. First, it introduces the Democratic Emergency Powers dataset, which codifiesExpand
Multiple Dilemmas: Challenges and Options for All-Domain Command and Control
The authors examine potential command-and-control impediments to multidomain operations and propose alternative models for joint all-domain command and control.
Multiple Dilemmas for the Joint Force: Joint All-Domain Command and Control
The authors examine potential command and control impediments to multidomain operations and propose alternative models for joint all-domain command and control.
Sources of Leader Support and Interstate Rivalry
ABSTRACT Since segments of the selectorate differently experience costs and benefits from rivalry, the foreign policy choices of leaders reflect these domestic preferences. As a result, shifts in theExpand
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