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Ryan C. Briggs
Ryan C. Briggs
Guelph Institute of Development Studies, University of Guelph
Verified email at uoguelph.ca - Homepage
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Electrifying the base? Aid and incumbent advantage in Ghana
RC Briggs
The Journal of Modern African Studies 50 (4), 603-624, 2012
1492012
Aiding and Abetting: Project Aid and Ethnic Politics in Kenya
RC Briggs
World Development 64, 194-205, 2014
1402014
Does Foreign Aid Target the Poorest?
RC Briggs
International Organization 71 (1), 187-206, 2017
1342017
Poor targeting: A gridded spatial analysis of the degree to which aid reaches the poor in Africa
RC Briggs
World Development 103, 133-148, 2018
742018
Gender And Location in African Politics Scholarship: The Other White Man's Burden?
RC Briggs, S Weathers
African Affairs 115 (460), 466-489, 2016
702016
Receiving Foreign Aid Can Reduce Support for Incumbent Presidents
RC Briggs
Political Research Quarterly 72 (3), 610-622, 2019
292019
Leaving No One Behind? A New Test of Subnational Aid Targeting
RC Briggs
Journal of International Development 30 (5), 904-910, 2018
282018
Underpowered: Rolling blackouts in Africa disproportionately hurt the poor
K Aidoo, RC Briggs
African Studies Review 62 (3), 112-131, 2019
252019
The influence of aid changes on African election outcomes
RC Briggs
International Interactions 41 (2), 201-225, 2015
232015
Results from single-donor analyses of project aid success seem to generalize pretty well across donors
RC Briggs
The Review of International Organizations 15 (4), 947-963, 2020
192020
Explaining Case Selection in African Politics Research
RC Briggs
Journal of Contemporary African Studies 35 (4), 565-572, 2017
182017
Why Does Aid Not Target the Poorest?
RC Briggs
International Studies Quarterly 65 (3), 739-752, 2021
162021
Legal Families Without the Laws: The Fading of Colonial Law in French West Africa
M Berinzon, RC Briggs
Am. J. Comp. L. 64 (2), 329-370, 2016
162016
Power to which people? Explaining how electrification targets voters across party rotations in Ghana
RC Briggs
World Development 141, 105391, 2021
122021
Measuring and explaining formal institutional persistence in French West Africa
M Berinzon, RC Briggs
The Journal of Modern African Studies 57 (2), 183-202, 2019
62019
Changes in perceptions of border security influence desired levels of immigration
R Briggs, O Solodoch
OSF Preprints, 2021
22021
Canadians think that nearly all of us will be allowed back to work around August
RC Briggs
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2020
22020
The Importance of the Aid-Rentier Model to Development Studies
RC Briggs
Undercurrent, 13, 2007
22007
The Development Dance: How Donors and Recipients Negotiate the Delivery of Foreign Aid by Haley J. Swedlund Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2017. Pp. 188 $23.95 (pbk).
R Briggs
The Journal of Modern African Studies 57 (1), 178-179, 2019
12019
Quantitative Political Science Research Is Greatly Underpowered
V Arel-Bundock, R Briggs, H Doucouliagos, MM Aviña, TD Stanley
OSF Preprints, 2022
2022
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