Jacqueline H.R. DeMeritt
Jacqueline H.R. DeMeritt
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of North Texas
Verified email at unt.edu - Homepage
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Testing for interaction in binary logit and probit models: Is a product term essential?
WD Berry, JHR DeMeritt, J Esarey
American Journal of Political Science 54 (1), 248-266, 2010
International organizations and government killing: Does naming and shaming save lives?
JHR DeMeritt
International Interactions 38 (5), 597-621, 2012
Delegating death: Military intervention and government killing
JHR DeMeritt
Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (3), 428-454, 2015
A political economy of human rights: Oil, natural gas, and state incentives to repress1
JHR DeMeritt, JK Young
Conflict Management and Peace Science 30 (2), 99-120, 2013
The strategic use of state repression and political violence
HR Jacqueline
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, 2016
Constrained by the bank and the ballot: Unearned revenue, democracy, and state incentives to repress
CR Conrad, JHR DeMeritt
Journal of Peace Research 50 (1), 105-119, 2013
Female participation and civil war relapse
JHR Demeritt, AD Nichols, EG Kelly
Civil Wars 16 (3), 346-368, 2014
The split population logit (SPopLogit): Modeling measurement bias in binary data
A Beger, JHR DeMeritt, W Hwang, WH Moore
Available at SSRN 1773594, 2011
Unintended consequences: The effect of advocacy to end torture on empowerment rights violations
CR Conrad, JHR DeMeritt
Examining torture, 159-183, 2014
Testing for interaction effects in binary logit and probit models: Is an interaction term necessary
WD Berry, JHR DeMeritt, J Esarey
The American Journal of Political Science 54 (1), 248-266, 2010
Bias and overconfidence in parametric models of interactive processes
WD Berry, JHR DeMeritt, J Esarey
American Journal of Political Science 60 (2), 521-539, 2016
Human rights advocacy and state repression substitutability
C Conrad, JHR DeMeritt
APSA 2011 Annual Meeting Paper, 2011
Defining and modeling state-dependent dynamic systems
J Esarey, JHR DeMeritt
Political Analysis, 61-85, 2014
Delegating death: a strategic logic of government killing
JHR Demeritt
Forthcoming. Delegating Death: Military Intervention and Government Killing
J DeMeritt
Journal of Conflict Resolution, 0
How international advocacy can worsen state repression
JHR DeMeritt, CR Conrad, CJ Fariss
Examining Torture, 2016
Repression substitution: Shifting human rights violations in response to UN naming and shaming
JHR DeMeritt, CR Conrad
Civil Wars 21 (1), 128-152, 2019
At the water’s edge: The decline of partisan liberal internationalism?
J Ishiyama, JHR DeMeritt, M Widmeier
Acta Politica 50 (3), 320-343, 2015
The Unintended Consequences of Human Rights Advocacy on State Repression
J DeMeritt, C Conrad, C Fariss
56th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, February …, 2015
Military Intervention and Government Killing
JHR DeMeritt
Unpublished manuscript, 2008
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