Hyunjung Ji, Nicole Darnall, and Matthew Potoski, “The Institutional Design of Eco-labels: Sponsorship Signals Rule Strength.” Journal Article

The Institutional Design of Eco-labels: Sponsorship Signals Rule Strength Hyunjung Ji (University of Alabama), Nicole Darnall (Arizona State University), and Matthew Potoski (University of California, Santa Barbara) Regulation & Governance  Abstract Eco-labels are designed to help consumers identify environmentally superior products and services, however, they are not all created equal. Some eco-labels have strong rules […]

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Hyunjung Ji and Nicole Darnall, “All are not Created Equal: Assessing Local Governments’ Strategic Approaches Towards Sustainability.” Journal Article

All are not Created Equal: Assessing Local Governments’ Strategic Approaches Towards Sustainability Hyunjung Ji (University of Alabama) and Nicole Darnall (Arizona State University) Public Management Review (Published March 2017) Abstract While local governments often implement equivalent numbers of sustainability programmes, they likely utilize different strategies to design them. We posit that some local governments pursue more […]

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Holger Albrecht, Kevin Koehler and Dorothy Ohl, “From Disaffection to Desertion: How Networks Facilitate Military Insubordination in Civil Conflict.” Journal Article

From Disaffection to Desertion: How Networks Facilitate Military Insubordination in Civil Conflict Holger Albrecht (University of Alabama), Kevin Koehler (American University in Cairo), and Dorothy Ohl (George Washington University) Comparative Politics (Vol. 48, No. 8, pp. 439-457 ; Published July 2016) Abstract Scholarship on intrastate conflict and civil-military relations has largely ignored individual desertions during […]

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Daniel J. Levine, et al., “Planet Politics: A Manifesto from the End of IR.” Journal Article

Planet Politics: A Manifesto from the End of IR Daniel J. Levine (University of Alabama), Anthony Burke (UNSW Austrailia), Stefanie Fishel (University of Alabama), Audra Mitchell (Balsillie School of International Affairs/Wilfrid, Laurier University), and Simon Dalby (Balsillie School of International Affairs/Wilfrid, Laurier University) Millennium (Published (June, 2016); 44:3 – 499-523 ) Abstract Planet Politics is about […]

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J. Norman Baldwin, “Winning at Following: Secrets to Success in Supporting Roles.” Book

Winning at Following: Secrets to Success in Supporting Roles J. Norman Baldwin (University of Alabama) Published 2016 Abstract This book presents the first and only road map for finding success and happiness in life’s most common yet underrated role—that of follower. The book synthesizes the findings from the quantitative and qualitative research to reveal the […]

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Holger Albrecht and Dorothy Ohl, “Exit, Resistance, Loyalty: Military Behavior during Unrest in Authoritarian Regimes.” Journal Article

Exit, Resistance, Loyalty: Military Behavior during Unrest in Authoritarian Regimes Holger Albrecht (University of Alabama) and Dorothy Ohl (George Washington University) Perspectives on Politics (Published March 21, 2016; Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 38-52 ) Abstract A few years into the most recent wave of popular uprisings—the Arab Spring—studying regime trajectories in countries such as […]

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Daniel J. Levine, “These Days of Shoah’: History, Habitus, and Realpolitik in Jewish Palestine, 1942-43.” Journal Article

These Days of Shoah’: History, Habitus, and Realpolitik in Jewish Palestine, 1942-43 Daniel J. Levine (University of Alabama) Political Power and Social Theory Journal  (Published (2017) 32 , pp. 99-125) Abstract This article explores the role of history and historical memory in the formation of early Zionist/Israeli national security doctrine. To that end, it makes three […]

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J. Norman Baldwin and William A. McCracken, “Explaining State Unemployment in the U.S.: Cross-national Versus Political Predictors.” Journal Article

Explaining State Unemployment in the U.S.: Cross-national Versus Political Predictors J. Norman Baldwin (University of Alabama) and William A. McCracken (University of Alabama) International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (Published 2016) Abstract This article investigates the effects of national and state-level political variables on state unemployment and unemployment growth rates while controlling for the […]

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Holger Albrecht, Aurel Croissant, and Fred Lawson, “Armies and Insurgencies in the Arab Spring.” Book

Armies and Insurgencies in the Arab Spring Holger Albrecht (University of Alabama), Aurel Croissant (University of Heidelberg), and Fred Lawson (Mills College) University of Pennsylvania Press (Published 2016) Abstract Armies and Insurgencies in the Arab Spring explores the central problems surrounding the role of armed forces in the contemporary Arab world. How and why do military […]

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Joseph Smith and James Todd, “Rules, Standards, and Lower Court Decisions.” Journal Article

Rules, Standards, and Lower Court Decisions Joseph Smith (University of Alabama) and James Todd (University of Alabama) Journal of Law and Courts (Volume 3; Number 2. Pages 257-275. Fall 2015) Abstract This paper evaluates the impact of a higher court articulating doctrine as either a “rule” or a “standard.” The legal doctrine we evaluate concerns police searches […]

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