Will H. Moore
Will H. Moore
School of Politics & Global Studies, Arizona State Univeristy
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Repression and dissent: Substitution, context, and timing
WH Moore
American journal of political science, 851-873, 1998
Ethnopolitical rebellion: A cross-sectional analysis of the 1980s with risk assessments for the 1990s
TR Gurr, WH Moore
American Journal of Political Science, 1079-1103, 1997
Sometimes you just have to leave: Domestic threats and forced migration, 1964-1989
C Davenport, W Moore, S Poe
International Interactions 29 (1), 27-55, 2003
Fear of persecution: Forced migration, 1952-1995
WH Moore, SM Shellman
Journal of Conflict Resolution 48 (5), 723-745, 2004
The repression of dissent: A substitution model of government coercion
WH Moore
Journal of conflict resolution 44 (1), 107-127, 2000
The transformation of the Western state: The growth of democracy, autocracy, and state power since 1800
TR Gurr, K Jaggers, WH Moore
Studies in comparative international development 25, 73-108, 1990
Ethnicity matters: Transnational ethnic alliances and foreign policy behavior
DR Davis, WH Moore
International Studies Quarterly 41 (1), 171-184, 1997
What stops the torture?
CR Conrad, WH Moore
American Journal of Political Science 54 (2), 459-476, 2010
Whither will they go? A global study of refugees’ destinations, 1965–1995
WH Moore, SM Shellman
International Studies Quarterly 51 (4), 811-834, 2007
Refugee or internally displaced person? To where should one flee?
WH Moore, SM Shellman
Comparative Political Studies 39 (5), 599-622, 2006
Rational rebels: overcoming the free-rider problem
WH Moore
Political Research Quarterly 48 (2), 417-454, 1995
Polity II codebook
TR Gurr, K Jaggers, WH Moore
Center for Comparative Politics, Department of Political Science, University …, 1989
Paths to state repression: Human rights violations and contentious politics
C Davenport
Rowman & Littlefield, 2000
Does Environmental Degradation Influence Migration? Emigration to Developed Countries in the Late 1980s and 1990s*
R Reuveny, WH Moore
Social science quarterly 90 (3), 461-479, 2009
Judicial power in domestic and international politics
JK Staton, WH Moore
International Organization 65 (3), 553-587, 2011
Action-reaction or rational expectations? Reciprocity and the domestic-international conflict nexus during the “Rhodesia Problem”
WH Moore
Journal of Conflict Resolution 39 (1), 129-167, 1995
Information politics versus organizational incentives: when are Amnesty International's “naming and shaming” reports biased?
DW Hill Jr, WH Moore, B Mukherjee
International Studies Quarterly 57 (2), 219-232, 2013
Presidential uses of force during the Cold War: Aggregation, truncation, and temporal dynamics
SML Mitchell, WH Moore
American Journal of Political Science, 438-452, 2002
Transnational ethnic ties and foreign policy
WH Moore, DR Davis
The International Spread of Ethnic Conflict, 89-103, 1998
Ethnicity, minorities, and international conflict
DR Davis, K Jaggers, WH Moore
Wars in the midst of peace: The international politics of ethnic conflict …, 1997
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