Courtenay R. Conrad
Courtenay R. Conrad
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of California, Merced
Verified email at ucmerced.edu - Homepage
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What stops the torture?
CR Conrad, WH Moore
American Journal of Political Science 54 (2), 459-476, 2010
2362010
Treaties, tenure, and torture: The conflicting domestic effects of international law
CR Conrad, EH Ritter
The Journal of Politics 75 (2), 397-409, 2013
1622013
Preventing and Responding to Dissent: The Observational Challenges of Explaining Strategic Repression
EH Ritter, CR Conrad
Forthcoming at the American Political Science Review, 2015
1572015
Measuring government duration and stability in Central Eastern European democracies
CR Conrad, SN Golder
European Journal of Political Research 49 (1), 119-150, 2010
962010
Divergent incentives for dictators: Domestic institutions and (international promises not to) torture
CR Conrad
Journal of Conflict Resolution 58 (1), 34-67, 2014
912014
Constrained Concessions: Beneficent Dictatorial Responses to the Domestic Political Opposition1
CR Conrad
International Studies Quarterly, 2011
722011
Disaggregating Torture Allegations: Introducing the Ill-Treatment and Torture (ITT) Country-Year Data
CR Conrad, J Haglund, WH Moore
International Studies Perspectives, 2013
682013
Tyrants and terrorism: Why some autocrats are terrorized while others are not
CR Conrad, J Conrad, JK Young
International Studies Quarterly 58 (3), 539-549, 2014
402014
Constrained by the bank and the ballot: Unearned revenue, democracy, and state incentives to repress
CR Conrad, JHR DeMeritt
Journal of Peace Research 50 (1), 105-119, 2013
372013
Torture and the limits of democratic institutions
CR Conrad, DW Hill Jr, WH Moore
Journal of Peace Research 55 (1), 3-17, 2018
31*2018
Repression substitution: Shifting human rights violations in response to UN naming and shaming
JHR DeMeritt, CR Conrad
Civil Wars 21 (1), 128-152, 2019
27*2019
Human rights treaties and mobilized dissent against the state
EH Ritter, CR Conrad
The Review of International Organizations 11 (4), 449-475, 2016
26*2016
Threat perception and American support for torture
CR Conrad, SE Croco, BT Gomez, WH Moore
Political Behavior 40 (4), 989-1009, 2018
24*2018
Torture allegations as events data: Introducing the Ill-Treatment and Torture (ITT) specific allegation data
CR Conrad, J Haglund, WH Moore
Journal of Peace Research 51 (3), 429-438, 2014
242014
The Ill-Treatment & Torture (ITT) Data Collection Project Country-Year Data User’s Guide
CR Conrad, WH Moore, J Franklin, P Haschke, P Reagan
July, 2011
23*2011
The Ill-Treatment & Torture (ITT) Data Project Country–Year Data User’s Guide
CR Conrad, WH Moore
Charlotte and Tallahassee: Ill Treatment and Torture Data Project. URL: http …, 2011
21*2011
Who Tortures the Terrorists? Transnational Terrorism and Military Torture
CR Conrad, J Conrad, JI Walsh, JA Piazza
Foreign Policy Analysis 13 (4), 761-786, 2017
172017
Unintended consequences: The effect of advocacy to end torture on empowerment rights violations
CR Conrad, JHR DeMeritt
Examining torture, 159-183, 2014
162014
Contentious Compliance: Dissent and Repression Under International Human Rights Law
CR Conrad, EH Ritter
Oxford University Press, 2019
14*2019
The differential effects of “democratic” institutions on dissent in dictatorships
AS Woo, CR Conrad
The Journal of Politics 81 (2), 456-470, 2019
92019
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