David Shirk
David Shirk
Associate Professor, University of San Diego
Verified email at sandiego.edu
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Drug violence in Mexico: Data and analysis through 2011
C Molzahn, V Ríos, DA Shirk
Trans-Border Institute, University of San Diego, San Diego, 2012
2412012
Drug trafficking organizations and counter-drug strategies in the US-Mexican context
L Astorga, DA Shirk
2012010
Mexico's new politics: the PAN and democratic change
DA Shirk
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2005
1722005
The beheading of criminal organizations and the dynamics of violence in Mexico
G Calderón, G Robles, A Díaz-Cayeros, B Magaloni
Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (8), 1455-1485, 2015
1582015
Drug violence in Mexico: Data and analysis through 2014
K Heinle, C Molzahn, DA Shirk
San Diego: Justice in Mexico Project/Department of Political Science and …, 2015
1432015
Drug violence in Mexico: Data and analysis through 2010
V Ríos, DA Shirk
Trans-Border Institute, University of San Diego, 2011
141*2011
The contagion of drug violence: spatiotemporal dynamics of the Mexican war on drugs
J Osorio
Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (8), 1403-1432, 2015
1282015
Logics of violence in criminal war
B Lessing
Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (8), 1486-1516, 2015
1172015
Understanding Mexico’s drug violence
D Shirk, J Wallman
Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (8), 1348-1376, 2015
1162015
The drug war in Mexico: confronting a shared threat
DA Shirk
Council on Foreign Relations, 2011
1122011
Drug violence in Mexico: Data and analysis from 2001-2009
DA Shirk
Trends in Organized Crime 13 (2-3), 167-174, 2010
1072010
How civil wars help explain organized crime—and how they do not
SN Kalyvas
Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (8), 1517-1540, 2015
1012015
Contemporary Mexican Politics
E Edmonds-Poli, DA Shirk
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2020
982020
To kill and tell? State power, criminal competition, and drug violence
A Durán-Martínez
Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (8), 1377-1402, 2015
872015
Reforming the administration of justice in Mexico
WA Cornelius, DA Shirk
University of Notre Dame Press, 2007
632007
How government coordination controlled organized crime: The case of Mexico’s cocaine markets
V Rios
Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (8), 1433-1454, 2015
622015
Mexico's Victory: Vicente Fox and the Rise of the PAN
DA Shirk
Journal of Democracy 11 (4), 25-32, 2000
48*2000
Date Rape: It's Time for No To Really Mean No
JD Ingram
Am. J. Crim. L. 21, 3, 1993
44*1993
Shared responsibility: US-Mexico policy options for confronting organized crime
EL Olson, DA Shirk, AD Selee
Woodrow WIlson International Center for Scholars, Mexico Institute, 2010
432010
The Mexico 2006 Panel Study
C Lawson, A Baker, K Bruhn, R Camp, W Cornelius, J Domínguez, ...
Cambridge, MA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, online:< http …, 2007
432007
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