Jacob N. Shapiro
Jacob N. Shapiro
Professor or Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University
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Felter. 2011.“Can Hearts and Minds Be Bought? The Economics of Counterinsurgency in Iraq.”
E Berman, JN Shapiro, H Joseph
Journal of Political Economy 119 (4), 766-819, 2011
The terrorist's dilemma: Managing violent covert organizations
JN Shapiro
Princeton University Press, 2013
Radiation protection
J Shapiro
Do working men rebel? Insurgency and unemployment in Afghanistan, Iraq, and the Philippines
E Berman, M Callen, JH Felter, JN Shapiro
Journal of Conflict Resolution 55 (4), 496-528, 2011
The employee-organization relationship: a timely concept in a period of transition research in personnel and human resources management
LM Shore, LE Tetrick, MS Taylor, JAMC Shapiro, RC Liden, JML Parks, ...
Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2004
Who takes the blame? The strategic effects of collateral damage
LN Condra, JN Shapiro
American journal of political science 56 (1), 167-187, 2012
Testing the surge: Why did violence decline in Iraq in 2007?
S Biddle, JA Friedman, JN Shapiro
International Security 37 (1), 7-40, 2012
Poverty and support for militant politics: Evidence from Pakistan
G Blair, C Christine Fair, N Malhotra, JN Shapiro
American Journal of Political Science 57 (1), 30-48, 2013
The employment relationship: examining psychological and contextual perspectives
JAM Coyle-Shapiro, L Shore, MS Taylor, L Tetrick
Oxford University Press, 2004
Statistical analysis of endorsement experiments: Measuring support for militant groups in Pakistan
W Bullock, K Imai, JN Shapiro
Political Analysis, 363-384, 2011
An empirical validation study of popular survey methodologies for sensitive questions
B Rosenfeld, K Imai, JN Shapiro
American Journal of Political Science 60 (3), 783-802, 2016
Is the phone mightier than the sword? Cellphones and insurgent violence in Iraq
JN Shapiro, NB Weidmann
International Organization, 247-274, 2015
Understanding support for Islamist militancy in Pakistan
JN Shapiro, CC Fair
International Security 34 (3), 79-118, 2010
Modest, secure, and informed: Successful development in conflict zones
E Berman, JH Felter, JN Shapiro, E Troland
American Economic Review 103 (3), 512-17, 2013
Underfunding in terrorist organizations
JN Shapiro, DA Siegel
Mathematical Methods in Counterterrorism, 349-382, 2009
The effect of civilian casualties in Afghanistan and Iraq
LN Condra, JH Felter, RK Iyengar, JN Shapiro
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2010
Faith or doctrine? Religion and support for political violence in Pakistan
CC Fair, N Malhotra, JN Shapiro
Public Opinion Quarterly 76 (4), 688-720, 2012
Building connections: Political corruption and road construction in India
J Lehne, JN Shapiro, OV Eynde
Journal of Development Economics 131, 62-78, 2018
Islam, militancy, and politics in Pakistan: Insights from a national sample
CC Fair, N Malhotra, JN Shapiro
Terrorism and Political Violence 22 (4), 495-521, 2010
Moral hazard, discipline, and the management of terrorist organizations
JN Shapiro, DA Siegel
World Pol. 64, 39, 2012
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