Brian Greenhill
Brian Greenhill
Department of Political Science, University at Albany, SUNY
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The perils of policy by p-value: Predicting civil conflicts
MD Ward, BD Greenhill, KM Bakke
Journal of Peace Research 47 (4), 363-375, 2010
Trade-based diffusion of labor rights: A panel study, 1986–2002
B Greenhill, L Mosley, A Prakash
American Political Science Review 103 (04), 669-690, 2009
The Company You Keep: International Socialization and the Diffusion of Human Rights Norms
B Greenhill
International Studies Quarterly 54 (1), 127-145, 2010
The separation plot: A new visual method for evaluating the fit of binary models
B Greenhill, MD Ward, A Sacks
American Journal of Political Science 55 (4), 991-1002, 2011
Recognition and collective identity formation in international politics
B Greenhill
European Journal of International Relations 14 (2), 343-368, 2008
Transmitting rights: International organizations and the diffusion of human rights practices
B Greenhill
Oxford university press, 2015
Where is the tipping point? Bilateral trade and the diffusion of human rights
X Cao, B Greenhill, A Prakash
British Journal of Political Science 43 (1), 133-156, 2013
Clubs of clubs: Fragmentation in the network of intergovernmental organizations
B Greenhill, Y Lupu
International Studies Quarterly 61 (1), 181-195, 2017
How can international organizations shape public opinion? Analysis of a pair of survey-based experiments
B Greenhill
The Review of International Organizations 15 (1), 165-188, 2020
The demographic transition theory of war: why young societies are conflict prone and old societies are the most peaceful
DJ Brooks, SG Brooks, BD Greenhill, ML Haas
International Security 43 (3), 53-95, 2018
Exploring the adaptation-mitigation relationship: Does information on the costs of adapting to climate change influence support for mitigation?
B Greenhill, N Dolšak, A Prakash
Environmental Communication 12 (7), 911-927, 2018
The networked peace: Intergovernmental organizations and international conflict
Y Lupu, B Greenhill
Journal of Peace Research 54 (6), 833-848, 2017
Explaining nonratification of the genocide convention: A nested analysis
B Greenhill, M Strausz
Foreign Policy Analysis 10 (4), 371-391, 2014
Norm Transmission in Networks of Intergovermental Organizations
B Greenhill
University of Washington, 2010
Naming and shaming, government messaging, and backlash effects: Experimental evidence from the Convention Against Torture
B Greenhill, D Reiter
Journal of Human Rights 21 (4), 399-418, 2022
A new visual method for evaluating the predictive power of binary models
BD Greenhill, MD Ward, A Sacks
APSA 2009 Toronto Meeting Paper, 2009
Norm Diffusion in IGO Networks: The Case of Gay Rights and Women’s Rights
B Greenhill
Hauser Globalization Colloquium, New York University, 2012
" Clubs of Clubs": A Networks Approach to the Logic of Membership in Intergovernmental Organizations
Y Lupu, BD Greenhill
Contingent Convergence: Unpacking the Linkages between Labor Rights and Foreign Direct Investment
B Greenhill, L Mosley, A Prakash
Manuscript, Dartmouth College, 2012
States as Role Models: Why Some Countries’ Policies Matter More than Others
B Greenhill, CN Willis
International Studies Perspectives, ekad009, 2023
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