Courtenay R. Conrad
Courtenay R. Conrad
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of California, Merced
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What stops the torture?
CR Conrad, WH Moore
American Journal of Political Science 54 (2), 459-476, 2010
Preventing and Responding to Dissent: The Observational Challenges of Explaining Strategic Repression
EH Ritter, CR Conrad
Forthcoming at the American Political Science Review, 2015
Treaties, tenure, and torture: The conflicting domestic effects of international law
CR Conrad, EH Ritter
The Journal of Politics 75 (2), 397-409, 2013
Measuring government duration and stability in Central Eastern European democracies
CR Conrad, SN Golder
European Journal of Political Research 49 (1), 119-150, 2010
Divergent incentives for dictators: Domestic institutions and (international promises not to) torture
CR Conrad
Journal of Conflict Resolution 58 (1), 34-67, 2014
Constrained Concessions: Beneficent Dictatorial Responses to the Domestic Political Opposition1
CR Conrad
International Studies Quarterly, 2011
Disaggregating Torture Allegations: Introducing the Ill-Treatment and Torture (ITT) Country-Year Data
CR Conrad, J Haglund, WH Moore
International Studies Perspectives, 2013
The Ill-Treatment & Torture (ITT) Data Collection Project Country-Year Data User’s Guide
CR Conrad, WH Moore, J Franklin, P Haschke, P Reagan
July, 2011
Torture and the limits of democratic institutions
CR Conrad, DW Hill Jr, WH Moore
Journal of Peace Research 55 (1), 3-17, 2018
Tyrants and terrorism: Why some autocrats are terrorized while others are not
CR Conrad, J Conrad, JK Young
International Studies Quarterly 58 (3), 539-549, 2014
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
Threat perception and American support for torture
CR Conrad, SE Croco, BT Gomez, WH Moore
Political Behavior 40 (4), 989-1009, 2018
Repression substitution: Shifting human rights violations in response to UN naming and shaming
JHR DeMeritt, CR Conrad
Civil Wars 21 (1), 128-152, 2019
Torture allegations as events data: Introducing the Ill-Treatment and Torture (ITT) specific allegation data
CR Conrad, J Haglund, WH Moore
Journal of Peace Research 51 (3), 429-438, 2014
Human rights treaties and mobilized dissent against the state
EH Ritter, CR Conrad
The Review of International Organizations 11 (4), 449-475, 2016
Contentious Compliance: Dissent and Repression Under International Human Rights Law
CR Conrad, EH Ritter
Oxford University Press, 2019
Who Tortures the Terrorists? Transnational Terrorism and Military Torture
CR Conrad, J Conrad, JI Walsh, JA Piazza
Foreign Policy Analysis 13 (4), 761-786, 2017
The Ill-Treatment & Torture (ITT) Data Project Country–Year Data User’s Guide
CR Conrad, WH Moore
Charlotte and Tallahassee: Ill Treatment and Torture Data Project. URL: http …, 2011
Unintended consequences: The effect of advocacy to end torture on empowerment rights violations
CR Conrad, JHR DeMeritt
Examining torture, 159-183, 2014
The differential effects of “democratic” institutions on dissent in dictatorships
AS Woo, CR Conrad
The Journal of Politics 81 (2), 456-470, 2019
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