Jack Goldstone
Jack Goldstone
Professor of Public Policy, George Mason University
Verified email at gmu.edu
Cited by
Cited by
Revolution and Rebellion in the Early Modern World: Population Change and State Breakdown in England, France, Turkey, and China, 1600-1850
JA Goldstone
Routledge, 2016
Democratic transitions
DL Epstein, R Bates, J Goldstone, I Kristensen, S O'Halloran
American journal of political science 50 (3), 551-569, 2006
A global model for forecasting political instability
JA Goldstone, RH Bates, DL Epstein, TR Gurr, MB Lustik, MG Marshall, ...
American Journal of Political Science 54 (1), 190-208, 2010
From contention to democracy
C Tilly, D McAdam, M Giugni, JA Goldstone, W Gamson, M Hanagan, ...
Rowman & Littlefield, 1998
Structure and example in modular political phenomena: The diffusion of bulldozer/rose/orange/tulip revolutions
MR Beissinger
Perspectives on politics 5 (2), 259-276, 2007
Toward a fourth generation of revolutionary theory
JA Goldstone
Annual review of political science 4 (1), 139-187, 2001
Threat (and opportunity): Popular action and state response in the dynamics of contentious action
JA Goldstone, C Tilly
Silence and voice in the study of contentious politics 179, 2001
Population and security: How demographic change can lead to violent conflict
JA Goldstone
Journal of international affairs, 3-21, 2002
Efflorescences and economic growth in world history: rethinking the" Rise of the West" and the Industrial Revolution
JA Goldstone
Journal of world history, 323-389, 2002
State failure task force report: Phase II findings
TR Gurr, B Harff, M Levy, GD Dabelko, PT Surko, AN Unger
Environmental Change & Security Project Report, 50, 1999
Initial conditions, general laws, path dependence, and explanation in historical sociology
JA Goldstone
American journal of sociology 104 (3), 829-845, 1998
Understanding the revolutions of 2011: weakness and resilience in Middle Eastern autocracies
JA Goldstone
Foreign Affairs, 8-16, 2011
States, parties, and social movements
JA Goldstone
Cambridge University Press, 2003
More social movements or fewer? Beyond political opportunity structures to relational fields
JA Goldstone
Theory and society 33 (3), 333-365, 2004
Theories of revolution: The third generation
JA Goldstone
World Politics 32 (3), 425-453, 1980
Silence and voice in the study of contentious politics
RR Aminzade, JA Goldstone, D McAdam, EJ Perry, S Tarrow, WH Sewell, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2001
Introduction: Bridging institutionalized and noninstitutionalized politics
JA Goldstone
States, parties, and social movements, 2003
Comparative Historical Analysis and Knowledge Accumulation in the Study
JA Goldstone
Comparative historical analysis in the social sciences, 41, 2003
The new population bomb: the four megatrends that will change the world
JA Goldstone
Foreign Aff. 89, 31, 2010
Revolutions: theoretical, comparative, and historical studies
JA Goldstone
Revolutions: Theoretical, Comparative, and Historical Studies, 1986
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20