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Nested analysis as a mixed-method strategy for comparative research
ES Lieberman
American political science review 99 (3), 435-452, 2005
19572005
Race and regionalism in the politics of taxation in Brazil and South Africa
ES Lieberman
Cambridge University Press, 2003
4832003
Taxation data as indicators of state-society relations: Possibilities and pitfalls in cross-national research
ES Lieberman
Studies in Comparative International Development 36, 89-115, 2002
3042002
Boundaries of contagion: How ethnic politics have shaped government responses to AIDS
ES Lieberman
Princeton University Press, 2009
3002009
Does information lead to more active citizenship? Evidence from an education intervention in rural Kenya
ES Lieberman, DN Posner, LL Tsai
World Development 60, 69-83, 2014
2812014
Causal inference in historical institutional analysis: A specification of periodization strategies
ES Lieberman
Comparative political studies 34 (9), 1011-1035, 2001
2632001
The ethnicity–policy preference link in sub-Saharan Africa
ES Lieberman, GH McClendon
Comparative Political Studies 46 (5), 574-602, 2013
1712013
Nuanced accountability: Voter responses to service delivery in southern Africa
D De Kadt, ES Lieberman
British Journal of Political Science 50 (1), 185-215, 2020
1192020
Boundary institutions and HIV/AIDS policy in Brazil and South Africa
V Gauri, ES Lieberman
Studies in comparative international development 41, 47-73, 2006
1192006
Ethnic politics, risk, and policy-making: A cross-national statistical analysis of government responses to HIV/AIDS
ES Lieberman
Comparative political studies 40 (12), 1407-1432, 2007
1172007
National political community and the politics of income taxation in Brazil and South Africa in the twentieth century
ES Lieberman
Politics & Society 29 (4), 515-555, 2001
1092001
The institutional origins of ethnic violence
ES Lieberman, P Singh
Comparative Politics 45 (1), 1-24, 2012
1022012
The perils of polycentric governance of infectious disease in South Africa
ES Lieberman
Social science & medicine 73 (5), 676-684, 2011
742011
Census enumeration and group conflict: A global analysis of the consequences of counting
ES Lieberman, P Singh
World Politics 69 (1), 1-53, 2017
672017
Bridging the qualitative-quantitative divide: Best practices in the development of historically oriented replication databases
ES Lieberman
Annual Review of Political Science 13, 37-59, 2010
652010
Conceptualizing and measuring ethnic politics: An institutional complement to demographic, behavioral, and cognitive approaches
ES Lieberman, P Singh
Studies in Comparative International Development 47, 255-286, 2012
532012
Tobacco control in comparative perspective: eight nations in search of an explanation
TR Marrnor, ES Lieberman
Tobacco Control 1, 1, 2004
492004
Nested analysis: Toward the integration of comparative-historical analysis with other social science methods
ES Lieberman
Advances in comparative-historical analysis, 240-63, 2015
472015
Aids and the State: The politics of government responses to the epidemic in Brazil and South Africa
V Gauri, ES Lieberman
Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, 1-50, 2004
452004
How information about race-based health disparities affects policy preferences: Evidence from a survey experiment about the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States
A Harell, E Lieberman
Social Science & Medicine 277, 113884, 2021
302021
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