Research

Publications

Democratic presidential elections and human rights: does a runoff round reduce repression?The International Journal of Human Rights 22.8 (2018): 1087-1110.

The perils of plurality rule and the major (itarian) effect of cabinet composition on human rights in presidential democracies.” Research & Politics (2018) 5.3: 1-8.  PDF

Measuring presidential centrism and its effect on repression: does ideology influence whether democratic governments respect human rights?Political Science (2019): 1-12.

“When justice answers to the president: reexamining the effect of cabinet partisanship on human rights in presidential democracies.” The Social Science Journal (forthcoming).