Ethan Bueno de Mesquita
Harris School of Public Policy Studies
The University of Chicago
Forthcoming. Is Voter Competence Good for Voters?: Information, Rationality, and Democratic Performance (with Scott Ashworth) American Political Science Review. 2013. Rebel Tactics. Journal of Political Economy 121(2):323-357.
Forthcoming. Is Voter Competence Good for Voters?: Information, Rationality, and Democratic Performance (with Scott Ashworth) American Political Science Review.
2013. Rebel Tactics. Journal of Political Economy 121(2):323-357.
2011. Disentangling Accountability and Competence in Elections: Evidence from U.S. Term Limits (with James Alt and Shanna Rose) Journal of Politics 73(1):171-186.
2010. Regime Change and Revolutionary Entrepreneurs American Political Science Review 104(3):446-466.
2008. Terrorist Factions. Quarterly Journal of Political Science 3(4):399-418.
2008. Electoral Selection, Strategic Challenger Entry, and the Incumbency Advantage (with Scott Ashworth). Journal of Politics 70(4):1006-1025.
2008. Informative Party Labels with Institutional and Electoral Variation (with Scott Ashworth). Journal of Theoretical Politics 20(3):251-273.
2007. The Propaganda of the Deed: Terrorism, Counterterrorism, and Mobilization (with Eric Dickson). American Journal of Political Science 51(2):364-381.
2007. Politics and the Suboptimal Provision of Counterterror. International Organization 61(1):9-36.
2006. Delivering the Goods: Legislative Particularism in Different Electoral and Institutional Settings (with Scott Ashworth). Journal of Politics 68(1).
2006. Monotone Comparative Statics for Models of Politics (with Scott Ashworth) American Journal of Political Science 50(1):214-231
2005. The Quality of Terror. American Journal of Political Science 49(3):515-530.
2005. The Terrorist Endgame: A Model with Moral Hazard and Learning. Journal of Conflict Resolution 49(2):237-258.
2005. Conciliation, Counterterrorism, and Patterns of Terrorist Violence. International Organization 59(1):145-176. (An early version of this paper was entitled, "An Adverse Selection Model of Terrorism".)
2002. Informative Precedent and Intra-Judicial Communication (with Matthew Stephenson). American Political Science Review 96(4):755-766.
2002. The Binds that Tie: Creating a Virtuous Cycle of Commitment through Communal Expectations. CCAR Journal: A Reform Jewish Quarterly Winter: 93-103.
2000. Strategic and Non-Policy Voting: A Coalitional Analysis of Israeli Electoral Reform. Comparative Politics 33(1):63-80.
2008. The Political Economy of Terrorism: A Selective Overview of Recent Work. The Political Economist 10(1):1-12.
Conference and Working Papers