Urban Politics

The Electoral Consequences of Political Protest

(with Graeme Robertson) In recent years, protest in both democracies and authoritarian regimes has taken a central place in political science as urban protests have proliferated across the world. Much of this recent literature is focused upon the effects of protest and in particular the effects of protests on political attitudes, whether of protesters (Converse and Philips 1991, Pop-Eleches et al. 2018) or bystanders (Banaszak and Ondercin 2016, Tertychnaya and Lankina 2018, Wouters 2018).

Demolition and Discontent: Governing the Authoritarian City

Governing the Authoritarian City