Publications & Presentations

Presentations

“Distributions of Corruption and Trust Outcomes in Africa,” prepared for the American Political Science Association Annual Conference 2018.

Distributions and Violations: How Corruption Shapes Trust in Africa,” prepared for the International Society of Political Psychology Annual Conference 2018.

“The System is Broken!” prepared for the International Studies Association Annual Conference 2018.

“Structures of Governance and Corruption,” prepared for the Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa Annual Conference 2017.

“Ethnic Marginalization and Perceptions of Corruption,” prepared for the International Society for Political Psychology Annual Conference 2017.

Invited. “Does Corruption Drive Dark Futures?,” International Studies Association Hong Kong Conference 2017.

“Ethnic Marginalization and Perceptions of Corruption,” prepared for the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference 2017.

“Mobilizing Voice or Violence? Mapping Corruption, Contention, and Terror in Africa”, prepared for the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference 2016.

“Revisiting the Neopatrimonial State: Rules, Institutions, and Democratic Transition”, prepared for the 2014 Association for Studies of the Middle East and Africa Annual Conference

Created Conference Panels

“New Approaches to Corruption: Theory, Method, and Measurement,” at the American Political Science Association Annual Conference 2018.

Publications

Under Review

Under Review. “Do Citizens Mobilize Against Corruption? How Types of Graft Shape Contentious Politics in Africa”

Under Review. “Does Corruption Generate Grievances? Evidence from Africa” with Brandon Behlendorf.

Working Papers

“The System Is Broken!” This manuscript argues that types of corruption help shape variation in when we observe revolutionary contention Africa and when we observe calls for institutional reform.

“Rallies or Riots: How Uncertainty Shapes Political Violence,” with Brandon Ives. This manuscript examines the factors that drive some peaceful protests to escalate into violence.

“Ethnic Marginalization and Perceptions of Corruption.” This manuscript details the role that political marginalization of specific ethnic groups has on variation in perceptions of political corruption.