Aila M. Matanock
Aila M. Matanock
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley
Verified email at berkeley.edu
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Living in Fear: the Dynamics of extortion in Mexico’s Drug War
B Magaloni, G Robles, AM Matanock, A Diaz-Cayeros, V Romero
Comparative Political Studies 53 (7), 1124-1174, 2020
129*2020
The Empiricists' Insurgency
E Berman, AM Matanock
Annual Review of Political Science 18, 443-464, 2015
1122015
Electing Peace: From Civil Conflict to Political Participation
AM Matanock
Cambridge University Press, 2017
912017
Bullets for ballots: Electoral participation provisions and enduring peace after civil conflict
AM Matanock
International Security 41 (4), 93-132, 2017
85*2017
The Colombian Paradox: Peace Processes, Elite Divisions & Popular Plebiscites
AM Matanock, M García-Sánchez
Daedalus 146 (4), 152-166, 2017
802017
Does Counterinsurgent Success Match Social Support? Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Colombia
AM Matanock, M García-Sánchez
The Journal of Politics 80 (3), 800-814, 2018
53*2018
Governance Delegation Agreements: Shared sovereignty as a substitute for limited statehood
AM Matanock
Governance 27 (4), 589-612, 2014
522014
How and Why Armed Groups Participate in Elections
AM Matanock, P Staniland
Perspectives on Politics 16 (3), 710-727, 2018
462018
Considering Concessions: A Survey Experiment on the Colombian Peace Process
AM Matanock, N Garbiras-Diaz
Conflict Management and Peace Science 35 (5), 2018
352018
Using violence, seeking votes: Introducing the militant group electoral participation (MGEP) dataset
AM Matanock
Journal of Peace Research 53 (6), 845-853, 2016
312016
The enemy at home: exploring the social roots of criminal organizations in Mexico
B Magaloni, A Díaz-Cayeros, V Romero, AM Matanock
Available at SSRN 2122950, 2012
142012
The Contagious Diffusion of World-Wide Terrorism: is it Less Common Than We Might Think?
G LaFree, M Xie, AM Matanock
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 41 (4), 261-280, 2018
132018
Elite Political Cues and Attitude Formation in Post-Conflict Contexts
N Garbiras-Díaz, M García-Sánchez, A Matanock
11*2020
International insurance: Why militant groups and governments compete with ballots instead of bullets
AM Matanock
Stanford University, 2012
92012
External Engagement: Explaining the Spread of Electoral Participation Provisions in Civil Conflict Settlements
AM Matanock
International Studies Quarterly 62 (3), 656–670, 2018
82018
Third Party Policymakers and the Limits of the Influence of Indicators
MM Lee, AM Matanock
The Power of Global Performance Indicators, 341, 2020
7*2020
How International Actors Help Enforce Domestic Deals
AM Matanock
Annual Review of Political Science 23, 357-383, 2020
72020
How Does International Intervention Work? A Mechanism for Securing Settlements to Civil Conflicts
AM Matanock, AG Lichtenheld
University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, Unpublished paper, 2016
7*2016
A tangled web: measuring and explaining popular support for the military and the paramilitaries in Colombia
A Matanock, M Garcıa-Sanchez
Unpublished manuscript, 2011
62011
Policing Institutions and Post-Conflict Peace
LR Arriola, DA Dow, AM Matanock, M Mattes
Journal of Conflict Resolution, 00220027211013088, 2021
5*2021
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