Alissandra T. Stoyan
Alissandra T. Stoyan
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Texas Tech University
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Trust in government institutions: The effects of performance and participation in the Dominican Republic and Haiti
AT Stoyan, S Niedzwiecki, J Morgan, J Hartlyn, R Espinal
International Political Science Review 37 (1), 18-35, 2016
Building trust: The effect of US troop deployments on public opinion in Peru
ME Flynn, C Martinez Machain, AT Stoyan
International Studies Quarterly 63 (3), 742-755, 2019
Constraining executive action: the role of legislator professionalization in Latin America
S Shair‐Rosenfield, A T. Stoyan
Governance 30 (2), 301-319, 2017
Decentralization and democratic participation: The effect of subnational self-rule on voting in Latin America and the Caribbean
AT Stoyan, S Niedzwiecki
Electoral Studies, 2018
Gendered opportunities and constraints: How executive sex and approval influence executive decree issuance
S Shair-Rosenfield, AT Stoyan
Political Research Quarterly 71 (3), 586-599, 2018
Ambitious reform via constituent assemblies: Determinants of Success in contemporary Latin America
AT Stoyan
Studies in Comparative International Development 55 (1), 99-121, 2020
Constituent assemblies, presidential majorities and democracy in contemporary Latin America
AT Stoyan
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2014
Constitutions in Latin American Politics
J Hartlyn, AT Stoyan
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, 2020
Constitutional reform and congressional closure in contemporary Latin America
AT Stoyan
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2010
When Women Run the Show: Female Executive Authority and Agenda Setting in Latin America
S Shair-Rosenfield, AT Stoyan
Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA) Annual Meeting, 2016
Paper prepared for presentation at the 2015 American Political Science Association Meeting September 3-6, San Francisco
S Niedzwiecki, AT Stoyan
Diamond, 121, 2015
Democratic Attitudes and Mechanisms of Direct Democracy: The Cases of Venezuela, Ecuador and Bolivia
A Stoyan
APSA 2011 Annual Meeting Paper, 2011
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