Love, Gregory J. and Leah C. Windor. "Populism and Popular Support: Vertical Accountability, Exogenous Events, and Leader Discourse in Venezuela." Political Research Quarter, forthcoming.
Shair-Rosenfield, Sarah and Alissandra T. Stoyan. "Gendered Opportunities and Constraints: How Executive Sex and Approval Influence Executive Decree Issuance." Political Research Quarter, forthcoming.
Ruth, Saskia Pauline. "Populism and the Erosion of Horizontal Accountability in Latin America." Political Studies, forthcoming.
Cupery, David. "Yankee Go Home & The American Dream? Confronting the Puzzling Coexistence of Anti-American Elite Rhetoric and Pro-American Public Opinion in Latin America." The Latin Americanist Dec., 2016.
Pignataro, Adrián. "Lealtad y Castigo: Comprotamiento Electoral en Costa Rica." Revista Uruguaya de Ciencia Política, 26(2).
Newman, Katja. "Executive Power and Electoral Institutions in the Andes." Ph.D. Dissertation, UC Irvine, 2017.
Arnold, Christian, David Doyle, and Nina Wiesehomeier. 2017. "Presidents, Policy Compromise, and Legislative Success." The Journal of Politics, 79(2):380-395.
Carlin, Ryan E., Gregory J. Love, and Cecilia Martínez-Gallardo. "Security, Clarity of Responsibility, and Presidential Approval." Comparative Political Studies 48(4):438-463.
Carlin, Ryan E., Gregory J. Love, and Cecilia Martínez-Gallardo. "Cushioning the Fall: Scandals, Economic Conditions, and Executive Approval." Political Behavior, 37(1):109-130.
Carlin, Ryan E. and Katherine H. Hunt. 2015. "Peasants, Bankers, or Piggybankers? The Economy an Presidential Popularity in Uruguay." Politica: Revista de Ciencia Politica 53(1):71-91.
Carlin, Ryan E., Cecilia Martínez-Gallardo, and Jonathan Hartlyn. 2012 "Executive Approval Dynamics under Alternative Democratic Regime Types." In Douglas Chalmers and Scott Mainwaring (eds.), Institutions and Democracy: Essays in Honor of Alfred Stepan. South Bend: University of Notre Dame Press.
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