9 How do people evaluate foreign aid to nasty regimes?
British Journal of Political Science (forthcoming). With Yoshiharu Kobayashi.
8Democracy aid and electoral accountability
Journal of Conflict Resolution. With Matthew Loftis.
7Voters get what they want: human rights, policy spoils, and foreign aid
International Studies Quarterly, Volume 62, Number 1 (2018). With Yoshiharu Kobayashi and Leah Long.
6Does counterterrorism militarize foreign aid? Evidence from sub-Saharan Africa
Journal of Peace Research, Volume 54, Number 4 (2017). With Carla Martinez Machain and Jared Oestman.
5Sanction consequences and citizen support: a survey experiment
International Studies Quarterly, Volume 61, Number 1 (2017). With Yoshiharu Kobayashi and Timothy Peterson.
4Public opinion and foreign aid cuts in economic crises
World Development, Volume 77 (2016). With Yoshiharu Kobayashi and Kristin A. Bryant.
3Reciprocity and the structural determinants of the international sanctions network
Social Networks, Volume 36 (2014). With Skyler J. Cranmer and Bruce A. Desmerais.
2When is foreign aid selfish, when is it selfless?
The Journal of Politics, Volume 75, Number 2 (2013).
1Determinants of sanctions effectiveness: sensitivity analysis using new data
International Interactions, Volume 39, Issue 1 (2013). With Navin A. Bapat, Yoshiharu Kobayashi, and T. Clifton Morgan.
Colonial legacy and foreign aid: Decomposing the colonial bias
Under review (2018). With Daina Chiba.
Ethnic lobbies, foreign aid, and the long chain of delegation
Foreign Policy Begins at Home: The Local Origin of Support for US Aid and Sanctions
Under review (2017). With Timothy Peterson and William Christiansen.
Helping the poorest or foreign policy as usual? Explaining selectivity in foreign aid
Under review (2018). With Yoshiharu Kobayashi.
Foreign policy as pork-barrel spending: incentives for legislator credit claiming on foreign aid
Under review (2018). With Timothy Peterson.
Colonial History, Public Opinion, and the Allocation of Foreign Aid
In progress. With Kristin Bryant and Yoshiharu Kobayashi.
Suing the government: executive overreach and civil society
In progress. With Brad Epperly.