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Rachel Beatty Riedl
Rachel Beatty Riedl
John S. Knight Professor of International Studies, Department of Government, Cornell University
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Authoritarian origins of democratic party systems in Africa
RB Riedl
Cambridge University Press, 2014
4002014
Political parties and uncertainty in developing democracies
N Lupu, RB Riedl
Comparative Political Studies 46 (11), 1339-1365, 2013
2122013
Religion as a stimulant of political participation: Experimental evidence from Nairobi, Kenya
G McClendon, RB Riedl
The Journal of Politics 77 (4), 1045-1057, 2015
1132015
Party systems and decentralization in Africa
RB Riedl, JT Dickovick
Studies in Comparative International Development 49, 321-342, 2014
1092014
Comparative assessment of decentralization in Africa: final report and summary of findings
RB Riedl, JT Dickovick
Unknown Publisher, 2010
892010
Authoritarian-led democratization
RB Riedl, D Slater, J Wong, D Ziblatt
Annual Review of Political Science 23, 315-332, 2020
722020
From pews to politics: Religious sermons and political participation in Africa
GH McClendon, RB Riedl
Cambridge University Press, 2019
702019
The qualitative transparency deliberations: Insights and implications
AM Jacobs, T Büthe, A Arjona, LR Arriola, E Bellin, A Bennett, L Björkman, ...
Perspectives on Politics 19 (1), 171-208, 2021
672021
Individualism and empowerment in Pentecostal sermons: New evidence from Nairobi, Kenya
GH McClendon, RB Riedl
African Affairs 115 (458), 119-144, 2016
522016
Transforming Politics, Dynamic Religion: Religion's Political Impact in Contemporary Africa
RB Riedl
African Conflict and Peacebuilding Review 2 (2), 29-50, 2012
302012
African decentralization in comparative perspective
JT Dickovick, RB Riedl
Decentralization in Africa: The paradox of state strength, 249-76, 2014
202014
Institutions in new democracies: variations in African political party systems
RB Riedl
Princeton University, 2008
182008
Sub-national–cross-national variation: method and analysis in sub-saharan Africa
RB Riedl
American Behavioral Scientist 61 (8), 932-959, 2017
112017
Institutional legacies: understanding multiparty politics in historical perspective
RB Riedl
Institutions and Democracy in Africa: How the rules of the game shape …, 2018
102018
Authoritarian successor parties in sub-Saharan Africa
RB Riedl
See Loxton & Mainwaring 2018, 175-205, 2018
82018
Strong parties, weak parties: Divergent pathways to democracy in sub-Saharan Africa
RB Riedl
Parties, movements, and democracy in the developing world, 122-156, 2016
72016
Transparency in Qualitative Research: An Overview of Key Findings and Implications of the Deliberations
AM Jacobs, T Büthe, AM Arjona, LR Arriola, E Bellin, A Bennett, ...
Introduction to American Political Science Association Organized Section for …, 2019
62019
Political parties, regimes, and social cleavages
RB Riedl
The Oxford Handbook of Historical Institutionalism, 223-238, 2016
62016
Are efforts to limit presidential power in Africa working?
RB Riedl
62015
The Advantages–and drawbacks–of presidential term limits as a tool for building democracy in Africa
RB Riedl
Scholars Strategy Network: Key Findings, 2015
52015
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