Susan D. Hyde

University of California, Berkeley

Professor

310 Barrows Hall

Berkeley, CA 94720

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (10)

1.

Surviving Elections: Election Violence, Incumbent Victory, and Post-Election Repercussions

Number of pages: 57 Posted: 20 Dec 2011 Last Revised: 24 Sep 2015
UCSD School of Global Policy and Strategy, University of California, Berkeley and London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) - Department of Government
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election violence, election protest, election manipulation, electoral revolution, leader tenure

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Information and Self-Enforcing Democracy: The Role of International Election Observation

International Organization, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 45 Posted: 18 Sep 2008 Last Revised: 20 Mar 2015
Susan D. Hyde and Nikolay Marinov
University of California, Berkeley and University of Houston - Department of Political Science
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elections, international dimensions of democratization, self-enforcing democracy, post-election protest, democracy promotion

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Which Elections Can Be Lost?

Number of pages: 42 Posted: 29 Aug 2010 Last Revised: 26 Feb 2013
Susan D. Hyde and Nikolay Marinov
University of California, Berkeley and University of Houston - Department of Political Science
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elections, competition, electoral authoritarianism, hybrid regimes

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When Do Governments Resort to Election Violence?

British Journal of Political Science, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 32 Posted: 30 Aug 2010 Last Revised: 25 Jan 2018
UCSD School of Global Policy and Strategy, University of California, Berkeley and London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) - Department of Government
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Human Rights, Political Repression, Elections, Electoral Manipulation, Democratization, Electoral Authoritarianism

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The Elusive Sources of Legitimacy Beliefs: Civil Society Views of International Election Observers

Number of pages: 51 Posted: 29 May 2018
Daniel L. Nielson, Susan D. Hyde and Judith G. Kelley
Brigham Young University, University of California, Berkeley and Duke University - Trinity College of Arts & Sciences
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Surviving Elections: Violence and Leader Tenure

British Journal of Political Science, 2018, available at https://doi.org/10.1017/S000712341600020X
Posted: 27 Aug 2020
UCSD School of Global Policy and Strategy, University of California, Berkeley and London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) - Department of Government

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Electoral violence, election protests, election boycotts

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Experiments in International Relations: Lab, Survey, and Field

Annual Review of Political Science, Vol. 18, pp. 403-424, 2015
Posted: 12 May 2015
Susan D. Hyde
University of California, Berkeley

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The Micro-Level Consequences of Democracy Promotion: A Field Experiment in Rural Cambodia

Posted: 30 Jun 2014
Susan D. Hyde and Emily Lamb
University of California, Berkeley and Independent

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Catch Us if You Can: Election Monitoring and International Norm Diffusion

American Journal of Political Science, Vol. 55, No. 2, pp. 356-369, 2011
Posted: 23 Jun 2008 Last Revised: 20 Dec 2011
Susan D. Hyde
University of California, Berkeley

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international norms, elections, election observation, signaling

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International Scrutiny and Pre-Electoral Fiscal Manipulation in Developing Countries

The Journal of Politics, Vol. 72, No. 3, pp. 690-704
Posted: 09 May 2008 Last Revised: 20 Dec 2011
Susan D. Hyde and Angela O'Mahony
University of California, Berkeley and University of British Columbia (UBC)

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Pre-electoral fiscal manipulation, election observation, elections in developing countries