SPIRe Working Papers Series


Ben Tonra (2018) Resilience and EU Foreign Policy: the Promise of Justice, SPIRe Working Paper WP001

Indra de Soysa, Krishna Chaitanya Vadlamannati (2018) Superpower Surrogacy and the Onset and Duration of Civil War: A Direct Empirical Test, 1947-1989, SPIRe Working Paper WP002


Miquel Pellicer (2018) Coping and the Political Behavior of Low Socioeconomic Status Individuals, SPIRe Working Paper WP03. 
Nicolás Corona Juárez, Henrik Urdal, and Krishna Chaitanya Vadlamannati (2018) Fear and Loitering in Mexico? The Significance of Age Structure, Education, and Youth Unemployment for Explaining Sub-National Variation in Violent Youth Crime, SPIRE Working Paper WP04.
Miquel Pellicer, Eva Wegner and Alexander De Juan (2018) Preferences for the Scope of Protests., SPIRe Working Paper WP05.
Krishna Chaitanya Vadlamannati and Grace Kelly (2018), Welfare Chauvinism? Refugee Flows and Electoral Support for Populist-right Parties in Industrial Democracies, SPIRE Working Paper WP06.

Alexa Zellentin (2018), Outcome Responsibility: Fallible Beings Acting in an Uncertain World, SPIRe Working Paper WP07. 


Samuel Brazys & Krishna Vadlammanati (2018) Aid Curse with Chinese Characteristics? Chinese Development Flows and Economic Reforms , SPIRe Working Paper WP08. 

Dukalskis, Alexander (2018) Toward a Theory of Authoritarian Extraterritorial Image Management, SPIRe Working Paper WP09. 


Mathias, Emma (2018) Exploring the Phenomenology of Mental Illness in sub-Saharan Africa: A Case Study of Ghana, SPIRe Working Paper 10.


Krishna Chaitanya Vadlamannati, Yuanxin Li, Samuel Brazys, Alexander Dukalskis (2019) Building Bridges or Breaking Bonds? The Belt and Road Initiative and Foreign Aid Competition, SPIRe Working Paper 11.




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