Papers that use IPI Data
- Carey, Sabine C. 2006. “The Dynamic Relationship Between Protest, Repression, and Political Regimes,” Political Research Quarterly, March, forthcoming (revised version of a paper presented at the 2004 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston.
- Shellman, Stephen M. 2005. “Leaders & Their Motivations: Explaining Government-Dissident Conflict-Cooperation Processes.” Conflict Management & Peace Science, 22, forthcoming.
- Shellman, Stephen M. 2004. “Time Series Intervals and Statistical Inference: The Effects of Temporal Aggregation on Event Data Analysis.” Political Analysis 12(1): 97-104.
- Shellman, Stephen M. 2004. “Measuring the Intensity of Intranational Political Events Data: Two Interval-Like Scales,” International Interactions, 30(2): 109-141.
- Shellman, Stephen M. 2002. “Responding to Outcomes: A Dynamic Model of State-Dissident Interactions in Latin America,” revised version of a paper presented at the annual meeting of the Peace Science Society (International), Atlanta, 2001.
- Lee, Chris. 2001. Protest and Repression in Latin America: A Synthetic Model, PhD dissertation, University of California, Riverside.
- Davis, David R., Brett Ashley Leeds and Will H. Moore. 1998. “Measuring Dissident and State Behavior: The Intranational Political Interactions (IPI) Project,” presented at the Workshop on Cross-National Data Collection, Texas A&M University, November 21.
- Moore, Will H. and David R. Davis. 1998. “Ties that Bind? Domestic and International Conflict Behavior in Zaire,” Comparative Political Studies, 31: 45-71.
- Lee, Chris. 1998a. “An Inquiry into the Dissent- Repression Nexus,” presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Minneapolis.
- Lee, Chris. 1998b. “Sorting out Dissent and Repression,” presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association meeting, Chicago.
- Moore, Will H. 1996. “Domestic-International Conflict Sequences,” presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco.
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