Thomas B. Pepinsky
Thomas B. Pepinsky
Professor of Government, Cornell University
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Economic crises and the breakdown of authoritarian regimes: Indonesia and Malaysia in comparative perspective
TB Pepinsky
Cambridge University Press, 2009
3542009
The institutional turn in comparative authoritarianism
T Pepinsky
British Journal of Political Science, 631-653, 2014
3272014
Aerial bombing and counterinsurgency in the vietnam war
MA Kocher, TB Pepinsky, SN Kalyvas
American Journal of Political Science 55 (2), 201–218, 2011
3162011
Lagged explanatory variables and the estimation of causal effect
MF Bellemare, T Masaki, TB Pepinsky
The Journal of Politics 79 (3), 949-963, 2017
2902017
Partisanship, health behavior, and policy attitudes in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic
SK Gadarian, SW Goodman, TB Pepinsky
Plos one 16 (4), e0249596, 2021
185*2021
Autocracy, elections, and fiscal policy: evidence from Malaysia
TB Pepinsky
Studies in Comparative International Development (SCID) 42 (1), 136-163, 2007
1312007
Testing Islam’s Political Advantage: Evidence from Indonesia
TB Pepinsky, RW Liddle, S Mujani
American Journal of Political Science 56 (3), 584–600, 2012
1242012
Decentralization and economic performance in Indonesia
TB Pepinsky, MM Wihardja
Journal of East Asian Studies 11 (3), 337-371, 2011
1222011
The 2008 Malaysian elections: an end to ethnic politics?
TB Pepinsky
Journal of East Asian Studies 9 (1), 87-120, 2009
922009
Development, Social Change, and Islamic Finance in Contemporary Indonesia
TB Pepinsky
88*2013
Bureaucracy and service delivery
TB Pepinsky, JH Pierskalla, A Sacks
Annual Review of Political Science 20, 249-268, 2017
802017
Capital mobility and coalitional politics: authoritarian regimes and economic adjustment in Southeast Asia
TB Pepinsky
World Politics 60 (3), 438-474, 2008
762008
Beyond oligarchy: wealth, power, and contemporary Indonesian politics
M Ford, TB Pepinsky
Cornell University Press, 2018
632018
The Trump presidency and American democracy: a historical and comparative analysis
RC Lieberman, S Mettler, TB Pepinsky, KM Roberts, R Valelly
Perspectives on Politics 17 (2), 470-479, 2019
52*2019
Can results-free review reduce publication bias? The results and implications of a pilot study
MG Findley, NM Jensen, EJ Malesky, TB Pepinsky
Comparative Political Studies 49 (13), 1667-1703, 2016
522016
The Domestic Politics of Financial Internationalization in the Developing World
TB Pepinsky
Review of International Political Economy, 2012
52*2012
The Global Economic Crisis and the Politics of Non-Transitions
TB Pepinsky
Government and Opposition 47 (2), 135–161, 2012
502012
From agents to outcomes: simulation in international relations
TB Pepinsky
European Journal of International Relations 11 (3), 367-394, 2005
442005
Malaysia: Turnover without change
TB Pepinsky
Journal of Democracy 18 (1), 113-127, 2007
432007
A note on listwise deletion versus multiple imputation
TB Pepinsky
Political Analysis 26 (4), 480-488, 2018
422018
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