Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law Stanford University


CDDRL Fellows 2010-11
Photo credit: Francis Fukuyama


CDDRL Fellows 2003 - 2014

 

2013-2014

2012-2013

2011-2012

2010-2011


 

2013-2014

Ana Bracic
"Essays on Human Rights"

Adi Greif
"The Long-Term Impact of Colonization on Gender"

Alexander Lee
"Diversity and Power: Caste in Colonial India"

Hesham Sallam
"Indispensable Arbiters: Islamist Movements, Economic Liberalization, and Authoritarian Rule in the Arab World"

Anna West
"Health Promotion, Citizenship, and Rural Governance in Malawi"

 

2012-2013

 

Gabriela Calderón
"The Effects of Child Care Provision in Mexico"

Margaret Boittin
"Regulating Sex in the Post-Communist City: Policing, Health, and the Business of Prostitution in China"

Jessica Gottlieb
"Peasants into Democrats? The Determinants of Political Accountability in an Emerging Democracy"

Benjamin Lessing
"The Logic of Violence in Criminal War"

 

 

2011-2012

Michael Albertus
"Political Regimes and Redistribution"

Eric Kramon
"Clientelism, Vote Buying and Democracy in Africa"

Reo Matsuzaki
"Institutions by Imposition: Colonial Lessons for Contemporary State- Building"

Alexander Ruiz Euler
"The Effects of Income Inequality in the Provision of Public Goods: The Case of Mexico"

 

2010-2011

Elizabeth Carlson
"Ethnicity of Retrospection: Explaining Voting in Uganda"

Patrick Meier
"Weighing the Scales: Technologies of Liberation versus Technologies of Repression"

Natan Sachs
"Religious and National Identity in Israel and Palestine, an Experimental Study"

Simeon Nichter
"The Politics of Poverty: Clientelism in Northeast Brazil"

 

2009-2010

Dong-Wook Kim
“Assessing the Efficacy of National Human Rights Institutions”

Bethany Lacina
“The Origins of Political Violence: Language Groups and Civil Conflict in India, 1947-2008”

Aqil Shah
“Out of (Civilian) Control: The Pakistani Military and Politics in South Asian Perspective”

Sean Yom
“Iron Fists in Silk Gloves: Building Political Regimes in the Middle East”

 

2008-2009

Claire Adida
“Immigrant Integration in Africa”

Haggay Etkes
“The Rise of Palestinian Refugees to Educational Primacy in the Gaza Strip: Causes and Long Term Economic and Political Implications (1981-2006)”

Shadi Hamid
“Between Regime Games and Electoral Games: Understanding Islamist Political Behavior in the Middle East”

Mark F. Massoud
“Who Rules Law in an Unstable State? How Government, Civil Society, and Aid Agencies Manipulate Law in Sudan”

 

2007-2008

Luz Marina Arias
“Legitimacy and the Concentration of Coercive Power”

Weitseng Chen
“Foreign Direct Investment and Property Rights Transition: Taiwanese Merchants and Land Tenure Transition in China”

Gregory Domber
“Supporting Revolution: Lessons from U.S. Policy Toward Poland’s Democratic Revolution, 1981-1989”

Desha Girod
“Why do Failed States Recover?”

Amichai Magen
“Democratic & Rule of Law Promotion by Regional Organizations: Legal and Institutional Strategies”

 

2006-2007

Leo Arriola
“Between Coordination and Cooptation: The Opposition’s Dilemma in African States”

Barak Hoffman
“Local Government in South Africa”

Alexandra Hunneus
“Judicial Deference and Political Transitions: The Case of Democratic Chile”

Christine Jojarth
“Carrot or Stick? Mechanisms to Enhance States’ Compliance with International Agreements on Transnational Organized Crime”

Amichai Magen
“Democratic & Rule of Law Promotion by Regional Organizations: Legal and Institutional Strategies”

Eleonora Pasotti
“From Client to Citizen” – The Relationship Between Personal Power and Democracy in Contemporary Electoral Systems”

David Patel
“Ayatollahs on the Pareto Frontier: The Institutional Basis of Religious Authority in Iraq”

David Yang
“The Social Bases of Third Wave Democratization: Reconsidering the Role of Class in Taiwan’s Transition to Democracy”

 

2005-2006

David Backer
"Just Compensation? A Longitudinal Study of Victims' Attitudes Towards Reparations in South Africa"

Julia Gray
“The Importance of Governance and of Instiutions that Ensure Respect for Private Property Rights”

Christine Jojarth
“Carrot or Stick? Mechanisms to Enhance States’ Compliance with International Agreements on Transnational Organized Crime”

Zachary Kaufman
"Explaining United States Policy on Immediate Post-Cold War Transitional Justice"

Peter Lorentzen
“The Problems of Information Gathering in Environments where Formal Insitutions are Absent”

Gideon Maltz
“Presidential Term Limits in Fostering Political Party Alternation”

Amichai Magen
“Democratic & Rule of Law Promotion by Regional Organizations: Legal and Institutional Strategies”

 

2004-2005

Jason Brownlee
"The Party Rules: Durable Authoritarianism in the Middle East and South East Asia"

Moonhawk Kim
"Trade, Coalitions and Insitutions: International Trade Integration and Political Reforms in Developing Countries"

Amichai Magen
"Democratic & Rule of Law Promotion by Regional Organizations: Legal and Institutional Strategies"

Eugene Mazo
"Democratization in Post-Communist Politics"

Kevin Strompf
"When do Instititutions Stick? Institutional Adaptations in the Indonesian Financial Sector"

J. Alexander Their
"Numerous Scattered Villages: Nation-Building in Afghanistan and Beyond"

 

2003-2004

Martin Dimitrov
"Do Economic Sanctions Destabilize Country Leaders?"

Matthew Spence
“US Democracy Promotion in the Former Soviet Union”

Nikolay Marinov
“Drivatization of Government Bureaucracies and the Enforcement of Intellectual Property Right Laws in Post Socialist Economies”