We contend that spatial-X (SLX) models are a better reflection of typical theories about spatial processes.
We analyze the significant increase in the residual vote rate in the 2016 presidential election.
In this article, we argue that the major governance failures are political, not bureaucratic, and the first step to better governance is to recognize the underlying political causes.
Smokeless tobacco (SLT) use continues to be a significant public health challenge in the United States, particularly among young males in rural areas, where use remains disproportionately high.
Building on the example of the diffusion of democracy, we elucidate how our approach to interpretation can be applied to modern political science problems.
In this study, we focus on how access to information empowers workers and pressures government and firms to improve labor conditions.
We propose and test a theory that media freedom determines the extent of economic voting in developing democracies.
This study examines whether acts of anti-government violence exhibit spatial dependence across state boundaries.
This interview with Afonso Dhlakama was conducted as part of the African Democracy Project series at Wayne State University.