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Jacqueline H.R. DeMeritt
Jacqueline H.R. DeMeritt
Professor of Political Science, University of North Texas
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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
5682010
International organizations and government killing: Does naming and shaming save lives?
JHR DeMeritt
International Interactions 38 (5), 597-621, 2012
2472012
Delegating death: Military intervention and government killing
JHR DeMeritt
Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (3), 428-454, 2015
1642015
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
1202013
The strategic use of state repression and political violence
HR Jacqueline
Oxford research encyclopedia of politics, 2016
1132016
Female participation and civil war relapse
JHR Demeritt, AD Nichols, EG Kelly
Civil Wars 16 (3), 346-368, 2014
852014
Political context and the consequences of naming and shaming for human rights abuse
J Esarey, JHR DeMeritt
International interactions 43 (4), 589-618, 2017
672017
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
572013
Repression substitution: Shifting human rights violations in response to UN naming and shaming
JHR DeMeritt, CR Conrad
Civil Wars 21 (1), 128-152, 2019
532019
Risk factors for forced migrant flight
JH Rubin, WH Moore
Conflict management and peace science 24 (2), 85-104, 2007
522007
Violence, voting & peace: Explaining public support for the peace referendum in Colombia
A Pulido
Electoral studies 61, 102067, 2019
372019
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
262016
The split population logit (SPopLogit): Modeling measurement bias in binary data
A Beger, JHR DeMeritt, W Hwang, WH Moore
Available at SSRN 1773594, 2011
242011
Unintended consequences: The effect of advocacy to end torture on empowerment rights violations
CR Conrad, JHR DeMeritt
Examining Torture: Empirical Studies of State Repression, 159-183, 2014
192014
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
172010
Human rights advocacy and state repression substitutability
C Conrad, JHR DeMeritt
APSA 2011 Annual Meeting Paper, 2011
152011
As war ends: what Colombia can tell us about the sustainability of peace and transitional justice
J Meernik, JHR DeMeritt, M Uribe-López
Cambridge University Press, 2019
132019
Conceptualizing and Measuring Institutional Variation in National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs)
RM Welch, JHR DeMeritt, CR Conrad
Journal of Conflict Resolution 65 (5), 1010-1033, 2021
122021
Defining and modeling state-dependent dynamic systems
J Esarey, JHR DeMeritt
Political Analysis 22 (1), 61-85, 2014
122014
Transitional justice: Prospects for postwar peace and human rights
JHR DeMeritt
What do we know about civil wars, 179-97, 2016
92016
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