Amy Catalinac, エイミー・カタリナック
Amy Catalinac, エイミー・カタリナック
Associate Professor of Politics, New York University
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China’s relations with Latin America: Shared gains, asymmetric hopes
YR Domínguez, Jorge, Amy Catalinac, Sergio Cesarin, Javier Corrales ...
Inter-American Dialogue Working Paper 18, 2006
From pork to policy: The rise of programmatic campaigning in Japanese elections
A Catalinac
The Journal of Politics 78 (1), 1-18, 2016
Identity theory and foreign policy: explaining Japan’s responses to the 1991 Gulf War and the 2003 US war in Iraq
AL Catalinac
Politics & Policy 35 (1), 58-100, 2007
Electoral reform and national security in Japan: From pork to foreign policy
A Catalinac
Cambridge University Press, 2016
Why New Zealand took itself out of ANZUS: Observing “opposition for autonomy” in asymmetric alliances
AL Catalinac
Foreign Policy Analysis 6 (4), 317-338, 2010
Positioning under alternative electoral systems: evidence from Japanese candidate election manifestos
A Catalinac
American Political Science Review 112 (1), 31-48, 2018
Japan, the West, and the whaling issue: understanding the Japanese side
AL Catalinac, G Chan
Japan Forum 17 (1), 133-163, 2005
A tournament theory of pork barrel politics: the case of Japan
A Catalinac, B Bueno de Mesquita, A Smith
Comparative Political Studies 53 (10-11), 1619-1655, 2020
The establishment and subsequent expansion of the Waitangi Tribunal: the politics of agenda setting
AL Catalinac
Political Science 56 (1), 5-22, 2004
Geographically targeted spending in mixed-member majoritarian electoral systems
A Catalinac, L Motolinia
World Politics 73 (4), 668-711, 2021
Pork to policy: The Rise of National Security in Elections in Japan
A Catalinac
unpublished manuscript, 2014
Quantitative Text Analysis with Asian Languages: Some Problems and Solutions
A Catalinac
Polimetrics 1 (1), 14-17, 2014
Quantitative Text Analysis in Japanese
A Catalinac, K Watanabe
Research Bulletin of Waseda Institute for Advanced Study 11, 133-143, 2019
Capturing vote-seeking incentives and the cultivation of a personal and party vote
BF Crisp, B Schneider, A Catalinac, T Muraoka
Electoral Studies 72, 102369, 2021
Not made in China: Japan’s home-grown national security obsession
AL Catalinac
East Asia Forum, 2013
Why geographically-targeted spending under closed-list proportional representation favors marginal districts
A Catalinac, L Motolinia
Electoral Studies 71, 102329, 2021
Workshops without borders: building an online community of Japan scholars
A Catalinac, C Crabtree, CL Davis, S Fujihira, Y Horiuchi, PY Lipscy, ...
PS: Political Science & Politics 55 (3), 555-557, 2022
Group Rewards and Rational Voting in Japan
A Catalinac, BB de Mesquita, A Smith
Working Paper, 2019
with Amy Catalinac, Sergio Cesarin, Javier Corrales, Stephanie R. Golob, Andrew Kennedy, Alexander Liebman, Marusia Musacchio-Farias, João Resende-Santos, Roberto Russell, and …
J Dominguez
Asymmetric Hopes.” Working Paper, Inter-American Dialogue, Washington, DC, 0
Dominance through Division: Group-Based Clientelism in Japan
A Catalinac
2023 AAS Annual Conference, 2023
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