Sandra Ley
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Why Did Drug Cartels Go to War in Mexico? Subnational Party Alternation, the Breakdown of Criminal Protection, and the Onset of Large-Scale Violence
G Trejo, S Ley
Comparative Political Studies, 2017
1122017
Federalismo, drogas y violencia. Por qué el conflicto partidista intergubernamental estimuló la violencia del narcotráfico en México
G Trejo, S Ley
Política y gobierno 23 (1), 11-56, 2016
562016
To Vote or Not to Vote: How Criminal Violence Shapes Electoral Participation
S Ley
Journal of Conflict Resolution, DOI: 10.1177/0022002717708600, 2017
542017
Federalism, drugs, and violence. Why intergovernmental partisan conflict stimulated inter-cartel violence in Mexico
G Trejo, S Ley
Política y gobierno 23 (1), 11-56, 2016
352016
Municipios bajo fuego (1995-2014)
G Trejo, S Ley
Nexos, febrero 1, 2015
352015
Indigenous resistance to criminal governance: why regional ethnic autonomy institutions protect communities from Narco rule in Mexico
S Mattiace, S Ley, G Trejo
Latin American Research Review 54 (1), 181, 2019
322019
High-Profile Criminal Violence: Why Drug Cartels Murder Government Officials and Party Candidates in Mexico
G Trejo, S Ley
British Journal of Political Science 51 (1), 203-229, 2021
282021
Electoral Accountability in the Midst of Criminal Violence: Evidence from Mexico
S Ley
Latin American Politics and Society 59 (1), 3-27, 2017
262017
Citizens in Fear: Political Participation and Voting Behavior in the Midst of Violence
S Ley
Duke University, 2014
202014
Sending money home in times of crime: the case of Mexico
C Meseguer, S Ley, IOJ Eduardo
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 2017
152017
Violence and citizen participation in México: From the polls to the streets
S Ley
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 2015
152015
La carcel en México:¿ Para qué
L Solís, N De Buen, S Ley
México evalúa, centro de análisis de políticas públicas, AC, 2012
132012
Votos y votantes en la elección federal de 2006
F Abundis Luna, SJ Ley Gutiérrez
Política y Gobierno, volumen temático 2009, pp 177-199, 2009
122009
Votes, Drugs, and Violence: The Political Logic of Criminal Wars in Mexico
G Trejo, S Ley
112020
Incognizance and Perceptual Deviation: Individual and Institutional Sources of Variation in Citizens’ Perceptions of Party Placements on the Left–Right Scale
J Aldrich, G Schober, M Fernandez
Political Behavior, 10.1007/s11109-017-9406-8, 2017
102017
Prevención del delito en México:¿ Cuáles son las prioridades?
L Chapa Koloffon, S Ley
México Evalúa, 2015
102015
Estudio Nacional Electoral (cide-cses) 2018
U Beltrán, S Ley, RC Cornejo
Mexico: Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, 2020
92020
Poll Worker Recruitment: Evidence from the Mexican Case
F Cantú, S Ley
Election Law Journal 16 (4), 498-510, 2017
92017
Votes, Drugs, and Violence: Subnational Democratization and the Onset of Inter-Cartel Wars in Mexico, 1995-2006
G Trejo, S Ley
Unpublished Paper, Notre Dame University, 2013
92013
Family remittances and vigilantism in Mexico
S Ley, JE Ibarra Olivo, C Meseguer
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 1-20, 2019
82019
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