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Adrienne LeBas
Adrienne LeBas
Associate Professor, Department of Government, American University
Verified email at american.edu
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From Protest to Parties: Party-Building and Democratization in Africa
A LeBas
Oxford University Press, 2011
5302011
The Origins of Voluntary Compliance: Attitudes toward Taxation in Urban Nigeria
C Bodea, A LeBas
British Journal of Political Science 46 (1), 215-238, 2016
2232016
Polarization as craft: Party formation and state violence in Zimbabwe
A LeBas
Comparative Politics, 419-438, 2006
2092006
Violence and urban order in Nairobi, Kenya and Lagos, Nigeria
A LeBas
Studies in Comparative International Development 48, 240-262, 2013
1312013
Does electoral violence affect vote choice and willingness to vote? Conjoint analysis of a vignette experiment
R Gutiérrez-Romero, A LeBas
Journal of peace research 57 (1), 77-92, 2020
962020
Can polarization be positive? Conflict and institutional development in Africa
A LeBas
American Behavioral Scientist 62 (1), 59-74, 2018
752018
State, society, and informality in cities of the Global South
AM Auerbach, A LeBas, AE Post, R Weitz-Shapiro
Studies in Comparative International Development 53, 261-280, 2018
652018
A New Twilight in Zimbabwe? The Perils of Power Sharing
A LeBas
Journal of Democracy 25 (2), 52-66, 2014
38*2014
Term Limits and Beyond
A LeBas
Current History 115 (781), 169-174, 2016
282016
Ethnicity and the willingness to sanction violent politicians: evidence from Kenya
A LeBas
Afrobarometer Working Paper, 2010
262010
From protest to parties: Explaining effective opposition in democratizing Africa
A LeBas
Columbia University, 2006
21*2006
The origins of social contracts: Attitudes towards taxation in urban Nigeria
C Bodea, A LeBas
Centre for the Study of African Economics (CASE) Working Paper WPS/2013-02, 2013
19*2013
Formalization, Tax Appeals, and Social Intermediaries: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Lagos, Nigeria
J Gottlieb, A LeBas, J Magat
Working Paper, 2020
13*2020
Elite conflict, compromise, and enduring authoritarianism: Polarization in Zimbabwe, 1980–2008
A LeBas, N Munemo
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 681 (1 …, 2019
92019
The Survival of Authoritarian Successor Parties in Africa: Organizational Legacies or Competitive Landscapes?
A LeBas
Life after Dictatorship: Authoritarian Successor Parties Worldwide, 206, 2018
82018
Who trusts? Ethnicity, integration, and attitudes toward elected officials in urban Nigeria
A LeBas
Comparative Political Studies 53 (10-11), 1738-1766, 2020
72020
Briefing on current Zimbabwe socio-political relations
A LeBas
Center for, 2016
72016
Authoritarian experience and electoral success: the fate of authoritarian diasporans in Kenya
A LeBas, K Gray
Democratization 28 (3), 502-520, 2021
62021
Does electoral violence affect voting choice and willingness to vote? Evidence from a vignette experiment
R Guttiérez-Romero, A LeBas
CSAE Working Paper WPS/2016-35, 2016
6*2016
The Politics of Institutional Subversion: Organized Labor and Resistance in Zambia
A LeBas
Counterhegemony in the Colony and Postcolony. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007
62007
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