Judith G. Kelley

Duke University - Trinity College of Arts & Sciences

Assistant Professor of Political Science and Public Policy

Durham, NC 27708-0204

United States

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1.

Election Quality and International Observation 1975-2004: Two New Datasets

Number of pages: 20 Posted: 21 Oct 2010
Judith G. Kelley and Kiril Kolev
Duke University - Trinity College of Arts & Sciences and Hendrix College
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elections, data, fraud, election quality, violence, international election observation, election observers, transnational actors, election data

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The Concept of International Delegation

Law and Contemporary Problems, Forthcoming, Duke Law School Legal Studies Paper No. 141
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 09 Nov 2006
Curtis A. Bradley and Judith G. Kelley
Duke University School of Law and Duke University - Trinity College of Arts & Sciences
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delegation, international organizations, sovereignty

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The Power of Performance Indicators: Rankings, Ratings and Reactivity in International Relations

APSA 2014 Annual Meeting Paper
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 25 Aug 2014
Judith G. Kelley and Beth A. Simmons
Duke University - Trinity College of Arts & Sciences and University of Pennsylvania Law School
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Abstract:

global governance, soft power, shaming, international relations, global governance indicators, indices

4.

The Role of Membership Rules in Regional Organizations

APSA 2010 Annual Meeting Paper
Posted: 19 Jul 2010 Last Revised: 14 Aug 2010
Judith G. Kelley
Duke University - Trinity College of Arts & Sciences
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International Influences on Election Quality and Turnover

APSA 2010 Annual Meeting Paper
Posted: 19 Jul 2010 Last Revised: 17 Aug 2010
Judith G. Kelley
Duke University - Trinity College of Arts & Sciences
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International election monitoring, election observation, transnational actors, democratization, elections

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New Wine in Old Wineskins: Promoting Political Reforms through the New European Neighbourhood Policy

Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 44, No. 1, pp. 29-55, March 2006
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 08 May 2006
Judith G. Kelley
Duke University - Trinity College of Arts & Sciences
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International Influences on Elections in New Multiparty States

Annual Review of Political Science, Vol. 15, pp. 203-220, 2012
Posted: 25 Jun 2012
Judith G. Kelley
Duke University - Trinity College of Arts & Sciences

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D-Minus Elections: The Politics and Norms of International Election Observation

International Organization, Vol. 63, Fall 2009
Posted: 14 Aug 2010
Judith G. Kelley
Duke University - Trinity College of Arts & Sciences

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International Election Monitoring, Election Observation, Democracy Promotion, Nongovernmental Organizations, NGOs

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International Actors on the Domestic Scene: Membership Conditionality and Socialization by International Institutions

International Organization, Vol. 58, No. 3, 2004
Posted: 14 Sep 2007 Last Revised: 15 Aug 2010
Judith G. Kelley
Duke University - Trinity College of Arts & Sciences

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Conditionality, socialization, international institutions, European Union, membership conditionality, political conditionality, normative pressure

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Assessing the Complex Evolution of Norms: The Rise of International Election Monitoring

International Organization, Vol. 62, No. 2, pp. 221-255
Posted: 14 Sep 2007 Last Revised: 04 Jan 2009
Judith G. Kelley
Duke University - Trinity College of Arts & Sciences

Abstract:

evolution of norms, elections, election monitoring, democratization, democracy, norms cascades, qualitative methods, transnational actors, intergovernmental organizations, legitimacy, sovereignty

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Who Keeps International Commitments and Why? The International Criminal Court and Bilateral Non-Surrender Agreements

American Political Science Review, Vol. 3, No. 101, pp. 573-589, August 2007
Posted: 09 Nov 2006
Judith G. Kelley
Duke University - Trinity College of Arts & Sciences

Abstract:

compliance, international law, International criminal court, rule of law, international commitments