Daniel N. Posner
Daniel N. Posner
James S. Coleman Professor of International Development, UCLA
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Institutions and ethnic politics in Africa
DN Posner
Cambridge University Press, 2005
Why does ethnic diversity undermine public goods provision?
J Habyarimana, M Humphreys, DN Posner, JM Weinstein
American political science review 101 (4), 709-725, 2007
Measuring ethnic fractionalization in Africa
DN Posner
American Journal of Political Science 48 (4), 849-863, 2004
The political salience of cultural difference: Why Chewas and Tumbukas are allies in Zambia and adversaries in Malawi
DN Posner
American political science review 98 (4), 529-545, 2004
Social capital: Explaining its origins and effects on government performance
C Boix, DN Posner
British Journal of Political Science 28 (04), 686-693, 1998
Political competition and ethnic identification in Africa
B Eifert, E Miguel, DN Posner
American journal of political science 54 (2), 494-510, 2010
Coethnicity: diversity and the dilemmas of collective action
JW J Habyarimana, M Humphreys, DN Posner
Russell Sage Foundation, 2009
The institutionalization of political power in Africa
DJ Young, DN Posner
Journal of Democracy 18 (3), 126-140, 2007
Who benefits from distributive politics? How the outcome one studies affects the answer one gets
E Kramon, DN Posner
Perspectives on Politics 11 (2), 461-474, 2013
Ethnic favoritism in education in Kenya
E Kramon, DN Posner
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 11 (1), 1-58, 2016
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
Regime change and ethnic cleavages in Africa
DN Posner
Comparative Political Studies 40 (11), 1302-1327, 2007
Making social capital work: A review of Robert Putnam's Making democracy work: Civic traditions in modern Italy
C Boix, DN Posner
Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, 1996
Economic conditions and incumbent support in Africa's new democracies: evidence from Zambia
DN Posner, DJ Simon
Comparative Political Studies 35 (3), 313-336, 2002
The colonial origins of ethnic cleavages: The case of linguistic divisions in Zambia
DN Posner
Comparative Politics 35 (2), 127-146, 2003
Who’s asking? Interviewer coethnicity effects in African survey data
CL Adida, KE Ferree, DN Posner, A Robinson
Comparative Political Studies 49 (12), 1630-1660, 2016
Kenya's new constitution
E Kramon, DN Posner
Journal of Democracy 22 (2), 89-103, 2011
The implications of constructivism for constructing ethnic fractionalization indices
D Laitin, DN Posner
APSA-CP: Newsletter of the Organized Section in Comparative Politics of the …, 2001
A first look at second elections in Africa, with illustrations from Zambia
M Bratton, DN Posner
Joseph, ed., State, Conflict and Democracy in Africa (Lynne Rienner), 1999
Civil society and the reconstruction of failed states
DN Posner
Rotberg, ed. When states fail: Causes and consequences (Princeton), 2004
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