Daniel J. Young
Daniel J. Young
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Georgia State University
Verified email at gsu.edu
TitleCited byYear
The institutionalization of political power in Africa
DN Posner, DJ Young
Journal of democracy 18 (3), 126-140, 2007
3642007
A violent future? Political risk insurance markets and violence forecasts
NM Jensen, DJ Young
Journal of Conflict Resolution 52 (4), 527-547, 2008
632008
Is Clientelism at Work in African Elections?: A Study of Voting Behavior in Kenya and Zambia
DJ Young
CDD-Ghana, 2009
582009
An initial look into party switching in Africa: Evidence from Malawi
DJ Young
Party Politics 20 (1), 105-115, 2014
312014
Support You Can Count On?: Ethnicity, Partisanship and Retrospective Voting in Africa
DJ Young
Institute for Democracy in South Africa, 2009
312009
Assaults on the fourth estate: Explaining media harassment in Africa
P VonDoepp, DJ Young
The Journal of Politics 75 (1), 36-51, 2012
272012
Presidential and parliamentary elections in Malawi, May 2009
K Smiddy, DJ Young
Elsevier, 2009
192009
Holding the state at bay: Understanding media freedoms in Africa
P VonDoepp, DJ Young
Democratization 23 (7), 1101-1121, 2016
72016
A Close up of Voter Turnout: Survey Data From Africa
D Young
documento presentado en la reunión anual de The Midwest Political Science …, 2004
72004
Term Limits: Leadership, Political Competition and the Transfer of Power
DN Posner, DJ Young
Institutions and Democracy in Africa: How the Rules of the Game Shape …, 2018
62018
Investment Risk: What Makes Developing World Countries Seem Prone to Violence
N Jensen, DJ Young
Journal of Conflict Resolution 52 (4), 527-547, 2008
62008
Party dominance in Africa’s multiparty elections
D Young
Working Draft. WGAPE Meeting 4./5. Juni 2004, 2004
62004
The Institutionalisation of political power in Africa
DN Posner, DJ Young
Economic and Policy Review 13 (1), 15-24, 2007
52007
Term Limits and the Transfer of Power
DN Posner, DJ Young
Politics in, 2015
32015
Political Competition, Partisanship, and Interpersonal Trust Under Party Dominance: Evidence from Post-Apartheid South Africa
RE Carlin, GJ Love, DJ Young
Journal of Experimental Political Science, 1-11, 2019
2019
11 Term Limits
DN Posner, DJ Young
Institutions and Democracy in Africa: How the Rules of the Game Shape …, 2018
2018
Partisans and Nonpartisans in Multiparty Africa
D Young
APSA 2010 Annual Meeting Paper, 2010
2010
Do Africans Vote Retrospectively? Job Performance, the Economy, and Voting Behavior in Five Countries
D Young
Job Performance, the Economy, and Voting Behavior in Five Countries, 2009
2009
Where Ideology Does Not Divide: Political Behavior in Malawi's Multiparty Era
DJ Young
University of California, Los Angeles, 2008
2008
Politics without Positions: Party Loyalty and Voting Behavior in Malawi
DJ Young
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