Jack Paine – University of Rochester Political Science, jackpaine@rochester.edu

Publications


Redistributive Political Transitions: Minority Rule and Liberation Wars in Colonial Africa

Accepted, Journal of Politics


Economic Grievances and Civil War: An Application to the Resource Curse
Accepted, International Studies Quarterly


What Were the Consequences of Decolonization? (with Alexander Lee)
Accepted, International Studies Quarterly


Qualitative Investigation of Theoretical Models: The Value of Process Tracing  

(with Peter Lorentzen and M. Taylor Fravel)

Journal of Theoretical Politics,  2017, 29(3): 467-491. LIST OF FORMAL THEORY ARTICLES


Rethinking the Conflict Resource Curse: How Oil Wealth Prevents Center-Seeking Civil Wars

International Organization, 2016, 70(4): 727-761. APPENDIX


Set-Theoretic Comparative Methods (STCM): Less Distinctive Than Claimed

Comparative Political Studies, 2016, 49(6): 703-741.


Still Searching for the Value-Added: Persistent Concerns about Set-Theoretic Comparative Methods

Comparative Political Studies, 2016, 49(6): 793-800.


Under Review

A Theory of Strategic Civil War Aims: Explaining the Mixed Oil-Conflict Curse

R&R, American Political Science Review


Ethnic Violence in Africa: Destructive Legacies of Pre-Colonial States

R&R, International Organization


Colonial Institutions and Democracy: Resisted Transitions from European Settler Oligarchies

R&R, World Politics


Did British Colonialism Promote Democracy? Divergent Inheritances and Diminishing Legacies 

(with Alexander Lee)


The Great Revenue Divergence ​(with Alexander Lee)


Working Papers


The Repression Dilemma and Authoritarian Regime Dynamics


The Dictator's Balancing Act