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Read working papers written by our scholars. Our working papers present ongoing research on the issues facing the post-colonial world.

Author Affiliation Paper Title Date Published Presentation
Tom Ginsburg  University of Chicago Law School The ‘China Problem’ Reconsidered: Property Rights and Economic Development in Northeast Asia October 11, 2012 EDGS Speaker Series on Property Rights, Power and the Rule of Law
Catherine Boone University of Texas at Austin Property and Political Order in Africa: Land Rights and the Structure of Politics October 12, 2012 EDGS Speaker Series on Property Rights, Power and the Rule of Law
Daniel Brinks University of Texas at Austin New Courts for New Democracies: The Growth of Judicial Power in Latin America since 1975 November 2, 2012 EDGS Speaker Series on Property Rights, Power and the Rule of Law
Ben Lessing Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law (CDDRL), Stanford University Violent Corruption and Violent Lobbying: The Logic(s) of Cartel-State Conflict in Mexico, Brazil and Columbia  November 27, 2012

EDGS Speaker Series on Property Rights, Power and the Rule of Law

Kathryn Hendley University of Wisconsin-Madison Too Much of a Good Thing? Assessing Access to Civil Justice in Russia September 19, 2012 EDGS Speaker Series on Property Rights, Power and the Rule of Law

Gde Metera 

2012 Arryman Fellow Democratic Transition and the Changing Pattern of State-religion relations in Indonesia: A Study on Institutional Change at Subnational Level  July 19, 2013 2012 Arryman Fellows Symposium
Hipolitus Yolisandry Ringgi 2012 Arryman Fellow The Ruling Ambition of the Military in South Korea, Indonesia, and the Philippines during the Process of Democratic Consolidation July 22, 2013 2012 Arryman Fellows Symposium
Danang Kurniadi 2012 Arryman Fellow Political Corruption in New Democracies: A Comparative Study of Indonesia and South Korea May 20, 2013 2012 Arryman Fellows Symposium
Jacqueline R. McAllister Northwestern University Casting a Shadow Over Ongoing Conflicts: The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia’s Impact on Civilian Violence October 29, 2013 Comparative Politics Workshop
Mneesha Gellman Northwestern University Shaming and Claiming: The Right to Remember and Speak in Mexico and Turkey November 19, 2013 Comparative Politics Workshop
Anna Grzymala-Busse University of Michigan Weapons of the Meek: Political Parties and Religious Influence on Policy January 16, 2014 Comparative Politics Workshop
Ben Ross Schneider  MIT Hierarchical Capitalism in Latin America: Business, Labor, and the Challenge of Equitable Development January 28, 2014 Comparative Politics Workshop
Wendy Pearlman Northwestern University Trajectories of Fear in Syria February 14, 2014

Faculty and Fellows Colloquium at the Buffett Center

Dong Zhang Northwestern University Political Ties as a Substitute for Property-Protecting Institutions, Explaining China’s Foreign Direct Investment to Africa March 4, 2014 Comparative Politics Workshop
Mario Chacón NYU Abu Dhabi In the Line of Fire: Political Violence and Decentralization in Colombia April 7, 2014 Comparative Politics Workshop
Jesse Driscoll UC San Diego Warlord Politics After the Post-Soviet Wars May 6, 2014 Comparative Politics Workshop
Luthfi Adam 2013 Arryman Fellow Transformation of Dress and National Subject Formation of the Indonesian People in the Colonial Period May 17, 2014 2013 Arryman Fellows Symposium
Muhammad Fajar 2013 Arryman Fellow The Durability of Sub-National Political Leaders in Post-Authoritarian Indonesia May 17, 2014 2013 Arryman Fellows Symposium
Najmu Sopian 2013 Arryman Fellow Power Struggle Over Land: Decentralization, Land Tenure Security, and the Rule of Law in Indonesia May 17, 2014 2013 Arryman Fellows Symposium
Rahardhika Utama 2013 Arryman Fellow How Bureaucracy Affects Inequality: The Case of Post-Authoritarian Indonesia May 17, 2014 2013 Arryman Fellows Symposium
Guillermo Trejo University of Notre Dame Religious Competition and the Rise of the Workers’ Party in Brazil May 27, 2014 Comparative Politics Workshop
Aditi Malik Northwestern University Ethnic Parties, Political Coalitions, and Electoral Violence: An Analysis of Kenya’s Presidential Elections from 1992 to 2013 June 3, 2014 Comparative Politics Workshop
Rachel Riedl Northwestern University Individualism and Empowerment in Pentecostal Sermons: New Evidence from Nairobi, Kenya November 6, 2014 EDGS Research Talk
Alessandro Ferrari Università degli Studi dell’Insubria Through the Looking Glass: The “Right to Religious Freedom” on the Shores of the Mediterranean October 16, 2014 Political Science EDGS Speaker Series on Religion, Law and Politics
Vanja-Ivan Savić  University of Zagreb Faculty of Law Beyond Nation and Religion: Traditional Identity Shapes the Law January 20, 2015 Political Science EDGS Speaker Series on Religion, Law and Politics
Ruth Marshall University of Toronto Dealing with the Prince over Lagos’: Pentecostal Arts of Citizenship January 22, 2015

Political Science EDGS Speaker Series on Religion, Law and Politics

Brannon Ingram  Northwestern University Imagining the Public in Modern India: Liberalism, Law, Religion February 24, 2015 EDGS Research Talk
Noah Salomon Carleton College Negotiating Pluralism: Religious Difference Between the Secular and the Islamic State
Jeremy Menchik Boston University Productive Intolerance: Godly Nationalism in Indonesia May 7, 2015 Political Science EDGS Speaker Series on Religion, Law and Politics
Yoes Kenawas 2014 Arryman Fellow The Rise of Political Dynasties in a Democratic Society May 16, 2015 2014 Arryman Fellows Symposium
Sabina Puspita 2014 Arryman Fellow Who Let the Watchdogs Out? The Proliferation of National Watchdog Agencies in Indonesia’s Post-Reformasi Era May 16, 2015 2014 Arryman Fellows Symposium
Wara Urwasi 2014 Arryman Fellow Spatial Segregation and Ethno-Religious Violence: A Lesson from Ambon, Indonesia May 16, 2015 2014 Arryman Fellows Symposium
Will Reno Northwestern University Military Clientelism and State-Building in the Horn of Africa May 4, 2015 EDGS Research Talk

Rizwana Bivijii-Sharma

Jelena Cvorovic

Kathryn Coe

Indiana University

Institute of Ethnography, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Indiana University

The Health of the Serbian Roma Women: A Research Report November 19, 2015 Global Health Then and Now: Equality Development and Globalization Symposium

Jason Rosenfeld

Barbara S. Taylor

University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio

University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

Global Health in the Dominican Republic: Progress and Obstacles to Scale Up and Implementation of Successful Programs November 20, 2015

Global Health Then and Now: Equality Development and Globalization Symposium

Sindhunata Hargyono 2015 Arryman Fellow Buru Island: A Prism of the Indonesian New Order May 14, 2016 2015 Arryman Fellows Symposium
Norman Joshua 2015 Arryman Fellow The Failure of Indonesia’s State Oil Monopoly: The Pertamina Crisis of 1975-1978 May 14, 2016
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