- “Making Sense of Competitive Authoritarianism: Lessons from the Andes,” Latin American Politics and Society, 2018.
- Latin America’s Left Turns: Politics, Policies, and Trajectories of Change, edited with Eric Hershberg, 2010.
- “The Return of Oligarchy: Threats to Representative Democracy in Latin America,” Third World Quarterly, forthcoming.
Current courses: POLI 511 - Comparative Politics
Current research projects: Resilience of Defective Democracies in the Andes
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- “The Slow Violence of Corporate Social Responsibility: The Case of Mining in Peru” w Jonathan Kishen Gamu, Third World Quarterly, 2018.
- Paths to a Green World: The Political Economy of the Global Environment, 2005.
- The Shadows of Consumption: Consequences for the Global Environment, 2008.
Teaching 2021: POLI 562A - Topics in IR: Global Environmental Politics
Current Research Projects: Corporations and the Politics of Environmental Activism in the Global South
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- "Self-efficacy and Citizen Engagement in Development: Experimental Evidence from Tanzania," Journal of Experimental Political Science, 2021.
Current courses: POLI 516D - The Comparative Political Economy of Development
Current projects: Effects of Refugee Exposure on Local Development and Electoral Outcomes: Evidence from Uganda
See Yang-Yang Zhou's full profile here
POLI 562A - Topics in IR: Global Environmental Politics
POLI 511 - Comparative Politics
POLI 516D - The Comparative Political Economy of Development
Dr. Richard Price’s class Professional Skills in Political Science connects our students and alumni
Professor Kai Ostwald appointed Director of the Institute of Asian Research at the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs
“Reexamining the Effect of Refugees on Civil Conflict: A Global Subnational Analysis” Prof. Yang-Yang Zhou publishes in APSR