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Can China back down? Crisis de-escalation in the shadow of popular opposition
K Quek, AI Johnston
International Security 42 (3), 7-36, 2017
1032017
Authoritarian public opinion and the democratic peace
MS Bell, K Quek
International Organization 72 (1), 227-242, 2018
512018
Are costly signals more credible? Evidence of sender-receiver gaps
K Quek
The Journal of Politics 78 (3), 925-940, 2016
402016
Four costly signaling mechanisms
K Quek
American Political Science Review 115 (2), 537-549, 2021
382021
Rationalist experiments on war
K Quek
Political Science Research and Methods 5 (1), 123-142, 2017
302017
Type II audience costs
K Quek
The Journal of Politics 79 (4), 1438-1443, 2017
262017
Violence exposure and support for state use of force in a non-democracy
Y Hou, K Quek
Journal of Experimental Political Science 6 (2), 120-130, 2019
222019
Guns and butter in China: How Chinese citizens respond to military spending
X Han, M Sadler, K Quek
The China Quarterly 245, 248-261, 2021
162021
Conducting online experiments on mechanical turk
AJ Berinsky, K Quek, M Sances
Newsletter of the APSA Experimental Section 3 (1), 2-9, 2012
152012
Conditioning china’s influence: Intentionality, intermediaries, and institutions
CJ Fung, E Han, K Quek, A Strange
Journal of Contemporary China 32 (139), 1-16, 2023
112023
Relative gains in the shadow of a trade war
ESF Yeung, K Quek
International Organization 76 (3), 741-765, 2022
112022
Perspective taking and the security dilemma: Cross-national experimental evidence from China and the United States
JD Kertzer, R Brutger, K Quek
Technical report. Harvard University, 2019
102019
Are Red Lines Red Herrings?
JD Kertzer, J Renshon, K Yarhi-Milo
Working Paper, 2018
92018
Discontinuities in signaling behavior upon the decision for war: an analysis of China's prewar signaling behavior
K Quek
International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 15 (2), 279-317, 2015
62015
Attitudes toward internal and foreign migration: evidence from a survey experiment in China
DA Singer, K Quek
MIT Political Science Department Research Paper, 2017
52017
Public Attitudes toward Internal and Foreign Migration: Evidence from China
DA Singer, K Quek
Public Opinion Quarterly 86 (1), 82-106, 2022
42022
Audience costs and the credibility of commitments
ZT Chan, S Liu, K Quek
Oxford University Press, 2021
42021
Nuclear proliferation and the use of nuclear options: Experimental tests
K Quek
Political research quarterly 69 (2), 195-206, 2016
42016
Untying Hands: De-escalation, Reputation, and Dynamic Audience Costs
K Quek
British Journal of Political Science 52 (4), 1964-1976, 2022
22022
Rally’Round the red flag: The effects of terror attacks on attitudes in China
Y Hou, K Quek
Working Paper, 2015
22015
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