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Endogenous Popularity: How Perceptions of Support Affect the Popularity of Authoritarian Regimes (with Noah Buckley, Kyle Kyle L. Marquardt and Ora John Reuter). R&R.
Varieties of Indoctrination (V-Indoc): Introducing a Global Dataset on the Politicization of Education and the Media (with Anja Neundorf, Eugenia Nazrullaeva, Ksenia Northmore-Ball, and Wooseok Kim).
State Violence and Target Group Adaptation: Keeping up with the Joneses in the Face of Repressions in Soviet Russia (with Tomila Lankina and Alexander Libman). R&R.
The long-term effects of voting for autocracy: Evidence from Russia (with Ksenia Northmore-Ball ). R&R.
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