Monday, April 6, 2015

New Issue: World Politics

The latest issue of World Politics (Vol. 67, no. 2, April 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Research Articles
    • Torben Iversen & David Soskice, Democratic Limits to Redistribution: Inclusionary versus Exclusionary Coalitions in the Knowledge Economy
    • Paasha Mahdavi, Explaining the Oil Advantage: Effects of Natural Resource Wealth on Incumbent Reelection in Iran
    • Ryan Grauer, Moderating Diffusion: Military Bureaucratic Politics and the Implementation of German Doctrine in South America, 1885–1914
    • Mircea Popa, Elites and Corruption: A Theory of Endogenous Reform and a Test Using British Data
    • Elizabeth Carlson, Ethnic Voting and Accountability in Africa: A Choice Experiment in Uganda